(NEW) I0101 BRIEF. Introduction. Welcome to the Instrument Stage!! Extensive and intense, and the primary focus of VT-31’s advanced syllabus
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COMMONLY USED CANNED ROUTES
See Blue Brains for complete listing and description
No specific verbiage need be memorized. Rather, like an approach brief, a departure brief should cover the following items at a minimum:
a. Approach name and page number
b. NOTAMs/remarks/Trouble T
c. Navaid frequency (as applicable)
d. Initial approach fix
e. Final approach course
f. Final approach fix/glide-slope intercept altitude
g. Step-down altitudes
i. Required vs. actual weather
j. Missed approach point
k. Circling information (as applicable)
l. Runway length/width
m. Missed approach instruction
n. Automation (Flight Director/Autopilot)
First 3000’ of rwy
36 ft from centerline
100 foot spacing
Centerline Lighting: 50 feetRunway Edge Lights: 200 feet
What does the negative symbology mean?
Approach Lighting System
or part of the
Runway Lighting System?
Walker three bar system
Described in OPNAV 3710.7.
Intended to improve the mission effectiveness of all aviation communities by enhancing crew coordination through increased awareness of associated behavioral skills.
The information exchange are not “boldface” statements. We’re promoting a useful exchange of information. Just get the information in there, and don’t focus on the clumsy phrasing. See Chapter 22 in the NATOPS and appendix G for all CRM concepts, mandatory call outs, and when they should be utilized.
And now for something completely different……
This will be general info only.
I0102 will be A-Mod / C-mod specific.
Preflight and ground ops
Types of approaches
How to fly them
RAIM detects faults with redundant GPS pseudorange measurements.
A minimum of five visible satellites with satisfactory geometry must be visible for GPS RAIM
*** DO NOT change the FMS settings prior to the MAP (delete the Discontinuity, cycle to the next point, etc..). Doing so will change the CDI displacement back to +/- 1 nm and you will not have the required navigational performance to be down at MDA.
You can use GPS for: