(3) Advise the aviator of the aircraft's position and to proceed
visually when you end approach guidance according to (1) above and when
the aviator has reported seeing the runway, approach lights, or runway
lights. (Give additional instructions or clearance as required.)
OVER MISSED-APPROACH POINT.
(4) Advise the aviator of the aircraft's position and instruct him
to execute a missed approach under either of two conditions--
(a) When you end approach guidance according to (1) above and
when he has not reported seeing the runway, approach lights, or runway
(b) If he executes a point-in-space approach and cannot proceed
visually to the airport or heliport.
Phraseology: (Distance) MILE(s) FROM RUNWAY
OVER MISSED-APPROACH POINT. IF RUNWAY OR APPROACH
LIGHTS NOT IN SIGHT, EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH
instructions or clearance, as required.) OVER.
(Distance and direction) FROM (AIRPORT, HELIPORT,
or MISSED-APPROACH POINT). IF UNABLE TO PROCEED
VISUALLY, EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH.
instructions or clearance, if required.) OVER.
NOTE: Aircraft operator policy may not permit ending approach guidance
until the aviator is over the MAP, regardless of the weather, such as
military all-weather full IFR flight operations policy.
instrument approach procedures and flight inspection criteria require
setting up a MAP for each procedure.