who said ILS? i was talking about an NDB off field approach, which is what we were discussing. i know the original post is about ILS, but those few posts between me and SFCC were about NDB.
Let's change that to "You don't need to time an ILS for missed approach" and avoid the old and pretty much nonsensical aviation version of "do you signal for a turn when driving at 4 AM on deserted streets?"
:yeahthat:You would time a ILS if it does have a box, just in case you do have shoot an LOC. But righto on the NDB approach.
You brief both the ILS and LOC only approach every time?:yeahthat:
If it can be timed, then time it.(I realize that sounds pretty vague, but you know what I mean) You never know when something is going to fail, such as your glideslope......