SECTION III. NAVIGATION
3-14. NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT GROUP DESCRIPTION.
The navigation equipment group provides the pilot and copilot with instrumentation required to establish and maintain
an accurate light course and position, and to make an approach on instruments under Instrument Meteorological
Conditions (IMC). The navigation coniguration includes equipment for determining attitude, position, destination
range and bearing, heading reference, and ground speed.
3-15. UNIVERSAL FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (UNS-1F).
a. The Universal Flight Management System (FMS) (Fig. 2-10 and Fig. 2-23), provides a fully integrated nav-
igation management system designed to provide centralized control for the aircraft s navigation sensors, computer
based light planning and fuel management. The Primary Flight Displays (PFD), pilot and co-pilot (EFI-890R), dis-
plays pitch, roll, slip/skid, rate of turn, heading, airspeed, airspeed targets, vertical speed, altitude, altitude preselect
target, radio altitude, decision altitude/radio altitude minimums, light guidance steering commands, light guidance
modes, auto-pilot/yaw damper modes, lateral/vertical deviation steering cues, and Flight Management Warning/Cau-
tion annunciators. Utilize the vendor s operator manual and/or the AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL SUPPLEMENT for
system description and operation.