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Has FAA published any A-RNP STAR or A-RNP / RNP AR DP SID?

After reading FAA's Performance Based Navigation Strategy 2016, I tried to search for already published Departure Procedures of RNP specification. I could only find some that require RNP-1, even ...
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Which Navigation Specifications support an RF leg?

I am studying FAA's rules concerning navigation specifications and the utilization of RF legs in an Instrument Flight Procedure. However, I am having trouble understanding if an RF leg is supported by ...
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Which airspace requires what RNP?

How do I know which airspace requires what RNP value? More specifically, can I go from NY to London with just BRNAV providing I stay above the NAT HLA?
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What are the WAAS requirements for RNAV (GPS) approaches?

Is a WAAS GPS required to fly in RNP airspace (e.g., RNAV (GPS) approaches)? Or, can you be approved to fly RNAV (GPS) approaches with, say a military EGI (embedded GPS/INS)?
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What is the correlation between RNP level and the CDI indication?

I got a question regarding the connection between RNP (required navigational performance) accuracy and cdi sensitivity of the HSI. According to the instrument flying handbook the standard for RNP on ...
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Can crews hand-fly an RNP AR approach in IMC?

Required Navigation Performance (Authorization Required) approaches require multi-crew with special training and strict equipment, similar to ILS CAT II/III. Typically, the aircraft must have at ...
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What is “required navigation performance” or “RNP”?

I understand that this is some sort of on-board navigation monitoring and alerting...what is it used in? Do the Garmin G500s, G1000s, or the G430s use it? Where can you find it? I know nothing about ...
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What is a SAAAR / RNP AR instrument approach?

I understand that a SAAAR / RNP AR is a "special" approach and that special approval is required to even get the approach plate, but what exactly is it? Aspen is an example of an airport that has one....