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Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this Army Field Manual is specifically prepared for aviators authorized to fly Army aircraft. This manual presents the fundamentals, procedures, and techniques for instrument flying and air navigation. FM 3-04.240 facilitates adherence to Army regulation (AR) 95-1 by providing guidance and procedures for standard Army instrument flying. Aircraft flight instrumentation and mission objectives are varied, making instruction general for equipment and detailed for accomplishment of maneuvers. Guidance found in this manual is both technique and procedure oriented. Aircraft operator manuals provide the detailed instructions required for particular aircraft instrumentation or characteristics. When used with related flight directives and publications, this publication provides adequate guidance for instrument flight under most circumstances.
Part One includes Chapters 1 through 7; the remainder - from Chapter 8 through the end - is found in Part 2.
Chapter 1 * FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS AND SYSTEMS * Section I - Pitot-Static Systems * Altimeter * Airspeed Indicator * Vertical Speed Indicator * Section II - Compass Systems * Magnetic Compass * Radio Magnetic Indicator * Section III - Gyroscopic Systems * Gyroscope * Attitude Indicator * Turn-and-Slip Indicator/Turn Coordinator * Section IV - Flight Management System * Horizontal Situation Indicator Vertical Situation Indicator * Chapter 2 * ROTARY WING INSTRUMENT FLIGHT MANEUVERS * Section I - Maneuver Performance * Instruments * Performance * Procedural Steps * Primary and Supporting Methods * Section II - Flight Management System * Cross-Check * Instrument Interpretation * Aircraft Control * Section III - Instrument Takeoff * Preparing * Performing From Hover/Ground * Takeoff * Common Errors * Section IV - Straight-and-Level Flight * Pitch Attitude Control * Bank Control * Power Control * Common Errors * Section V - Straight Climbs and Descents * Climbs * Descents * Common Errors * Section VI - Turns * Predetermined Heading * Timed * Changing Airspeed * Compass * Thirty-Degree Bank * Climbing and Descending * Common Errors * Section VII - Other Maneuvers * Unusual Attitudes * Autorotations * Chapter 3 * FIXED WING INSTUMENT FLIGHT MANEUVERS * Section I - Instrument Takeoff * Takeoff * Common Takeoff Errors and Resolutions * Section II - Straight-and-Level Flight * Pitch Control * Bank Control * Power Control * Trim Technique * Section III - Straight Climbs and Descents * Climbs * Descents * Common Climb and Descent Errors and Resolutions * Section IV - Turns * Standard-Rate Turns * Steep Turns * Climbing and Descending Turns * Change of Airspeed During Turns * Common Turn Errors * Section V - Other Maneuvers * Approach to Stall * Unusual Attitudes and Recoveries * Chapter 4 * AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS * Section I - Air Navigation * Measuring a Position Using Latitude and Longitude * Measuring Direction * Navigation Charts * Departure Procedure Chart * Standard Terminal Arrival Route Charts * Instrument Approach Procedure Chart * Inoperative Components * Section II - Plotting and Measuring * Plotter * Measurements and Course Lines * Chapter 5 * AIR NAVIGATION HANDHELD COMPUTER * Section I - Calculator Side * Values * Indexes * Time and Distance * Short Time and Distance (Use of the 36 Index) * Computing Time for Outbound Leg During Holding * Fuel Consumption * True Airspeed * Distance Conversion * True Altitude Calculation * Multiplication and Division Calculations * Converting Distance to Time * Section II - Wind Side * Disk and Correction Scales * Reversible Grid * Determining Heading and Ground Speed * Determining Unknown Wind * Determining Altitude for Most Favorable Wind * Determining Radius of Action