As far as I study, when a pilot faces a lost communication problem, the pilot should consider MEA (Minimum Enroute Altitude, Expected Altitude, Assigned altitude) for altitude and AVEF (Assigned heading, Vector, Expected route, Filed route) for route. I am confuse about what V (Vector) means.
For example, I have filed:
DVT 1 departure->PHX VOR-> V105 ->DRAKE(PRC VOR)->V257->BISOP->GRAND CANYON Airport
I got a clearance like this:
555AZ cleared to Grand Canyon Airport via DVT one departure PHX vor vector to Drake Altitude 10000' Frequency 120.7 Transponder 3435.
However, my communications fail before I arrive at PHX VOR. In this situation, A (assigned) is [DVT one departure->PHX VOR-> DRAKE]. What about V (vector)? Is it DRAKE? Or if not, how can I manage this situation? I think I should go to PHX VOR via DVT one departure. When I arrive PHX VOR, I go to DRAKE (PRC VOR) directly then go to fly as I filed. Is it correct? If not, could you let me know?