Missed Approach Guidance -- The TLS will be able to deliver localizer
guidance to an aircraft executing a missed approach.
Between crossing the FAF above glideslope and the turbulence, you've got your hands full trying to stay on the localizer
and descending (but not too fast) to catch the glideslope.
I checked with some CFIs in the area who tell me ATC will approve an early turn to intercept the localizer
for the asking.
Given the quartering headwind, I'd probably track the localizer
outbound, but you could let yourself drift south holding a heading.
It's just a little arithmetic to use distance to identify the MAP on the localizer
The airplane, however, overshot the localizer
as it was passing through 9650 feet.
Why not just track the localizer
outbound (which is what I would have instinctively done)?
The Base Bid of work shall consist of the installation of the following items: a new 4-way 4" ductbank system including Communication Manholes running parallel to Runway 16-34 from the Runway 16 IIS glide slope shelter connecting to the existing ductbank system a new 2-way 4" ductbank adjacent to the existing 6-way 4%* ductbank system installed for the "Relocate Airfield Lighting Project%1, RIAC Construction Contact #24865 to facilitate additional conduit and connections to the Airfield Lighting Vault and Air Traffic Control Tower installation of a lateral power and communication ductbank to a future weather station east of Runway 16-34 installation of a grounding grid/ring for the Runway 16ILS Shelter and the Runway 34 Localizer
Shelter associated surface restoration of all ductbanks etc
There is a localizer
approach available with minimums of 600-1.
The departure route description for 16L mentions a climbing right turn to heading 174 to intercept the localizer
on the back course of 16R to Wagge intersection.
My instructor "remembered" the localizer
frequency, but never identified it.