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T-45C TS INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
(ii) Type of aircraft
(iii) Altitude (particularly important for
turbulence or icing reports)
(iv) Condition you are reporting
(v) If reporting cloud bases or tops,
include amount and type of cloud
cover (i.e., stratus, cumuliform,
scattered, broken, overcast, etc.)
(3) Flight watch
(a) Enroute Flight Advisory Service (EFAS)
provides in-flight weather advisories
(civilian “Metro”)
(b) Contact flight watch with “(station
name) Flight Watch,” your call sign and
nearest VOR
(c) Low altitude frequency (122.0), high
altitude frequencies vary but are in the
VHF range
i
Monitor NAVAIDs
j.
Monitor aircraft on IR/VR routes
k.
Advise U.S. Customs of trans-border flights
l.
Take weather observations
m. Issue airport advisories
NOTE: When contacting an FSS, include
present location and frequency to assist the
operator in selecting the proper remote
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