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Executing a SID at ADW Camp Springs One Departure

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When executing a SID at  ADW Camp Springs One Departure, how soon do you turn toward 270 and with how much angle of bank? This is while flying a T34C.

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  1. Brent on Sep 04, 2012

    I would make the turn after reaching 500′ AGL, but before passing 3nm distance from ADW VORTAC, as per the instructions. If you can meet the required climb gradient, you’ll have no problem with that window. The turn should be at standard rate, not a specific bank angle.

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  2. John D. Collins on Sep 04, 2012

    Standard departures assume a climb to 400 AGL prior to any turns. I would climb to 400 AGL and then begin the turn to 270 while remaining within the 3 DME limit.

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