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CHAPTER 2 BASIC INSTRUMENT FLYING.....................2-1 
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INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................. 2-1 
BASIC INSTRUMENT FLYING ....................................................................................... 2-1 
ATTITUDE INDICATOR .................................................................................................. 2-3 
POWER ........................................................................................................................... 2-3 
PERFORMANCE INSTRUMENTS.................................................................................. 2-4 
CROSS-CHECK .............................................................................................................. 2-4 
BASIC MANOEUVRES ................................................................................................... 2-5 
TRIM ................................................................................................................................ 2-6 
STRAIGHT-AND-LEVEL FLIGHT ................................................................................... 2-6 
TURNS ............................................................................................................................ 2-7 
CLIMBS AND DESCENTS .............................................................................................. 2-8 
INSTRUMENT TAKEOFF ............................................................................................. 2-10 
OVERSHOOTING ......................................................................................................... 2-10 
PARTIAL PANEL INSTRUMENT FLIGHT .................................................................... 2-11 
UNUSUAL ATTITUDES ................................................................................................ 2-11 
PRIMARY INSTRUMENT RECOVERY ........................................................................ 2-11 
PARTIAL PANEL INSTRUMENT RECOVERY............................................................. 2-12 
POST-RECOVERY ACTIONS ...................................................................................... 2-13 
INSTRUMENT RECOVERY FROM A SPIN ................................................................. 2-13 

CHAPTER 3 APPLIED INSTRUMENT FLYING ................3-1 
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INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................. 3-1 
THE FLIGHT TRAINING DEVICE ................................................................................... 3-1 
SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT............................................................................................. 3-1 
IFR NAVIGATION............................................................................................................ 3-2 
DEPARTURE................................................................................................................... 3-2 
ARRIVAL ......................................................................................................................... 3-3 
RADIAL TRACKING ........................................................................................................ 3-3 
RADIAL INTERCEPTION................................................................................................ 3-5 
INBOUND INTERCEPTION ............................................................................................ 3-5 
OUTBOUND INTERCEPTION ........................................................................................ 3-6 
ARCING........................................................................................................................... 3-7 
INTERCEPTING AN ARC FROM A RADIAL .................................................................. 3-8 
INTERCEPTING A RADIAL FROM AN ARC .................................................................. 3-8 
POINT-TO-POINT ........................................................................................................... 3-9 
HOLDING ...................................................................................................................... 3-12 
APPROACH TRANSITIONS ......................................................................................... 3-16 
NON-PRECISION APPROACHES................................................................................ 3-17 
INTERMEDIATE APPROACH FIX PROCEDURES ..................................................... 3-17 
FINAL APPROACH ....................................................................................................... 3-17 
LANDING TRANSITION................................................................................................ 3-18 
MISSED APPROACH POINT........................................................................................ 3-18 
VOR/DME APPROACH................................................................................................. 3-18 
VOR APPROACH.......................................................................................................... 3-19 
NDB APPROACH .......................................................................................................... 3-19 
LOCALIZER-ONLY APPROACH (NO GLIDE PATH) ................................................... 3-19 
LOCALIZER BACK-COURSE APPROACH.................................................................. 3-20 
GPS APPROACH .......................................................................................................... 3-20 
PRECISION APPROACHES......................................................................................... 3-22 
ILS APPROACH ............................................................................................................ 3-22 
INITIAL APPROACH FIX PROCEDURES .................................................................... 3-22 
GLIDE PATH INTERCEPT AND FINAL APPROACH................................................... 3-23 
LANDING TRANSITION................................................................................................ 3-23 

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