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T-6A INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
CHAPTER EIGHT
RNAV procedures exist to the same runway, subsequent RNAV procedure titles will be "RNAV
(GPS) Z RWY 22,""RNAV (GPS) Y RWY 22," etc.)
Pilot/controller communications will not include the term "GPS" in describing an approach
procedure, but will utilize current phraseology (e.g., "RNAV RWY 22," to describe these
procedures.) Multiple procedures will utilize phonetic ATC phraseology (e.g., "RNAV ZULU
Runway 22." "RNAV YANKEE Runway 22.") An ATC clearance for the RNAV procedure will
authorize the aircrew to utilize the LNAV MDA or circling minima.
WARNINGS
1.  In no case will the aircrew utilize the GLS PA or
LNAV/VNAV decision altitudes. These are precision approach
minima and not authorized for the T-6A.
2.  During the interim period when existing GPS procedures are
undergoing revision to the new title, both "RNAV (GPS)" and
"GPS" approach charts will be published. Note, however, existing
GPS procedures that incorporate a final approach stepdown fix will
not be included in the new naming convention, but will continue to
be published as separate approach procedures (e.g., "GPS RWY
18.")
GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM
8-5


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