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T-6A INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
CHAPTER FIVE
a.
TIME. Not applicable.
b.
TURN. Direct a turn to intercept and track inbound on the arc.
If there is no short inbound segment from the IAF to the arc (Figure 5- 15) turn onto the arc and
begin arcing procedures.
c.
TIME. Not applicable.
d.
TRANSITION. Direct the pilot to slow to approach speed and descend, as required.
e.
TWIST. Set the inbound course into the CDI; confirm the proper navigation source;
intercept the course inbound. If there is no short inbound segment to the arc, set the
FAC in the CDI.
f.
TALK. Give the appropriate voice report (if requested or if leaving an assigned
altitude or a holding fix).
4.  Report 500 feet prior to any level off altitude to your instructor between the IAF and the
FAF.
5.  Anticipate interception of the FAC referencing the tail of the bearing pointer and the CDI
while on the arc. Remember, this is approximately a 90 intercept.
NOTE
On some approach charts, a published lead radial (designated "LR-
XXX"), which provides approximately 2 miles of lead, may be
provided as an advisory point for turning onto the inbound course.
For this reason, T-6A aircraft shall not use published lead radials.
The student is required to calculate the lead radial used to
commence the turn onto the inbound course.
6.
Once established inbound on the FAC and within 4 NM from the FAF, instruct the pilot to
transition to the BAC.
7.
Report the Before Landing Checklist to the instructor, item by item, over the ICS.
8.
Ask the IP if a review of the missed approach procedure/climb out instructions is required.
This review shall occur after the Before Landing Checklist but prior to the MAP. The review
consists of:
TERMINAL PROCEDURES
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