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TM 1-1510-218-10 3C-151 Figure 3C-98.  MFP Page Access from the Patterns Page Table 3C-69.  MFP Page Access from the Patterns Page Procedure  (Continued) NO. DESCRIPTION/FUNCTION 1 Press EDIT function key for Edit page. 2 Select the pattern page. 3 Select the desired pattern. 4 Enter  pattern  data  and  insert  the  pattern into the active or alternate flight plans. 5 Indicates    the    total    number    of    MFP's currently  in  the  flight  plan  and  alternate flight plan. Table 3C-69.  MFP Page Access from the Patterns Page Procedure  (Continued) NO. DESCRIPTION/FUNCTION 6 To   access   the   Closed   Random   Pattern MFP page. 7 To access the Circle MFP page. 8 Access the Figure 8 MFP page (Figure 8 is used as an example). 9 To access the Racetrack MFP page. 10 Select LEFT or RIGHT turns. 11 Insert pattern length. 12 To access the Flight Plan page and insert the pattern. 13 To access the Alternate Flight Plan page and insert the pattern. 14 Insert estimated time of departure (optional). 15 Insert pattern width. 16 Computed maximum bank limit for pattern width. 17 Insert pattern inbound course (optional). 18 Insert pattern fix (optional). (3)   Circle     patterns     require     all     parameters defined above except for pattern length.  MFP geometry definitions are shown in Figure 3C–99. CRP's   are   special   patterns   made   up   of   crew defined  points  connected  together  to  form  an  enclosed flight path.  A CRP may be flown in repeated forward or reverse sequence. (4)   MFP    Entry    Guidance.        The    FMS–800 provides  entry  guidance  into  MFP's  similar  to  that  for holding patterns. (5)   Designation of the Pattern Fix.  The pattern fix can be specified either directly on the MFP pages or by   attaching   an   MFP   to   a   flight   plan   waypoint.      To specify the pattern  fix  on  the  MFP  page  and  insert  it  in the flight plan, press the  FPLN  INSR line select key on the MFP page.  This accesses the Flight Plan page with INSERT  XXX  BEFORE?  displayed  in  the  scratchpad.   Where  XXX  is  FG8,  RTK,  CIR,  or  CRP  depending  on which type  of  MFP  was  defined.    After  the  flight  plan  is scrolled to the desired location, press the line select key adjacent to the waypoint, which will follow the pattern fix.

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