D. is given in respect to a TACAN or VORTAC fix located within 6,000 feet of the radar
Using a VORTAC or TACAN located within 6,000 feet of the radar antenna does not
need to be displayed and can be used as a video fix. If the reported position and heading
corresponds with the observed track over a fix, it is identified. [page 3, para 4c(2) ]
B. before the aircraft begins final descent.
Before the pilot begins final descent, he must have instructions to be followed on
completion of his approach. (page 16, para 8g)
D. give the aircraft's position in relation to the handoff point.
When informed of his position in relation to the handoff point and the pilot concurs,
identity is confirmed. [page 7, para 5d(1) ]
D. before the aircraft starts final approach.
The pilot must be told to what area the approach is being made. [page 13, para 8c(2)(a) ]
D. left pattern, right pattern, or both depending on restrictions.
The downwind leg is always parallel but in opposite direction to the final approach
course. (page 12, para 8a)
D. approaches are according to standard or special instrument approach procedures.
A radar approach is an instrument procedure, so it will follow published regulations.
(page 12, para 8b)
Provide additional services when there is time. Do NOT delay information to controlled
aircraft. (page 17, para 9a)
D. when aircraft are likely to encounter IFR weather conditions during the approach.
Civil aircraft need to be issued lost communications for military airfields. (page 14, para