T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-01
Review of FLIP and Publications
Notice To Airmen (NOTAM)
Information limited to temporary conditions which may be hazardous to flight affecting navigational aids
and terminal facilities is disseminated to pilots in a timely manner by teletype NOTAMs. There are two
NOTAM systems - the DOD system and the FAA system.
1. DOD NOTAM System: covers USN, USMC, USAF, USCG, ANG, and most Army facilities, along
with civil airports having an approved DOD Instrument Approach Procedure. These teletype
notices will be displayed on a large white wall display in the flight planning area of Base
NORTH AMERICAN DISPLAY
Facilities/Aerodromes covered by the USAF NOTAM
System are listed only when there is an active
2. FAA NOTAM system: Covers FAA-operated facilities, that is, public use civil airports and some
Army facilities. If your planned flight is to terminate at an airport not covered by the DOD system,
request the dispatcher at Base Operations obtain the NOTAMs for you from a Flight Service
NOTE: The Dispatcher has a direct telephone line to the TIE-IN FSS serving that airport.