T-6A INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
2. The plan view may also specify additional equipment
required to fly the approach, (e.g., ADF or radar required). This
may be for IAF, FAF identification, or Holding Fix, but not used
for FAC guidance so it is not listed in the margin.
Profile view. Shows a side view of approach procedures. The profile view contains:
IAF altitude (not specified for all approaches).
Procedure turn altitude.
FAF symbol; denotes location of FAF.
Procedure turn maneuvering area; procedure turn must be completed within this
Missed approach procedures.
Missed Approach Point (MAP).
Visual Descent Point (VDP), if used.
Minimums section. Contains notes and the following information:
Aircraft approach category.
Minimum Descent Altitude (MDA) expressed as a MSL altitude. Descent below this
altitude is unauthorized until the runway environment is in sight and the aircraft is in
a position to maneuver safely to a landing.
Visibility required for the approach is in statute miles. Runway Visual Range (RVR)
in hundreds of feet may be used in place of visibility for straight-in approaches only.
Height Above Touchdown (HAT) is the height of MDA (or DH) above highest
elevation in touchdown zone (used with straight-in minimums).
Height Above Airport (HAA) is the height of MDA above published airport elevation
(used for circling minimums).
PAR or ASR minimums, if applicable.