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T-45C TS INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
d.
Relay communications between ARTCC and
aircraft when communication difficulties are
encountered
e.
Assist aircraft in lost and emergency situations
(practice steering available on request)
NOTE: Most automated FSS have direction-
finding (DF) steering capabilities.
f.
Assist VFR search and rescue operations
(1) Initiated 30 minutes after filed ETA if VFR
Flight Plan not closed
(2) If not found within one hour, ATC facilities
are alerted as well as “Rescue Coordination
Center” at Scott AFB, IL
(3) Two hours after ETA, full Search and
Rescue (SAR) effort is initiated
g.
Originate NOTAMs
h.
Provide en route weather information
(1) Hazardous In-flight Weather Advisory
Service (HIWAS)
(a) Continuous broadcast of weather
advisories
(b) Broadcast on VOR frequencies
(2) FSS solicits Pilot Weather Reports (PIREPs)
(a) Encouraged for “real time” information,
including both when weather is
significantly better or worse than
forecast
(b) Information should include:
(i)
Location in relation to NAVAID
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