Field Carrier Landing Practice (FCLP)
At the 90 (450 ft AGL), maintain optimum AOA and increase rate of descent to 500 fpm. It may be neces-
sary to adjust altitude if you are too close or too deep (Figures 10 and 11). If you are too deep at the 90,
450 ft AGL will result in a low start. If you are too close, 450 ft AGL will result in a high start. Passing
through the 90, adjust AOB as necessary to prevent overshooting or undershooting the centerline.
NOTE: From the 90 to the 45, begin to transition from an instrument scan to a VFR scan, while maintain-
ing a proper rate of descent.
Deep 90 and Long G roove
Figure 10: DEEP 90
Figure 11: CLOSE 90