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T-45C TS INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
b.
Runway to be used, if different from approach
c.
Surface magnetic wind direction/velocity
d.
Ceiling and visibility, if ceiling below 1,000 ft or
highest circling minimums or visibility less than
3 sm
e.
Altimeter setting
f.
Known changes in weather
g.
Pertinent airfield information
NOTE: Arrival information contained in the
ATIS broadcast will be omitted if the pilot states
the current ATIS (alphabetic letter) code on
initial check-in.
h.
Most military fields provide Single Frequency
Approach (SFA)
G.
Automated Flight Service Station (FSS) 1.1.1.9.6
1.
Does not perform ATC control functions; assists,
advises, coordinates, relays and issues information
2.
Most states have only one FSS. Only a few have
two or more
3.
Primary purpose is to provide services to the VFR
civilian aviation community; however, military pilots
can utilize many valuable services
4.
All FSSs (255.4 UHF)
a.
Provide pilot weather and NOTAM briefings
(FSS does not “forecast”)
b.
Receive and process IFR/VFR flight plans
c.
Relay IFR clearances
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