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T-45C TS INav-01
Review of FLIP and FAA Publications
Pilot-to-Forecaster: In the Weather Service Office at Base Operations, the forecaster has a radio. When
flying in the local area, you can keep up with changes in weather conditions, obtain extensions to your IFR
weather briefing (DD-175-1) void time, provide PIREPs, and various other services by calling the
forecaster. The call sign is “METRO.”
TOWER
GROUND
CONTROL
CLEARANCE
METRO
DELIVERY
No NOTAM Preventative Maintenance: An
airport may remove NAVAIDs and RADAR
facilities from service for maintenance during
published maintenance periods (MP) without
issuing a NOTAM (assuming the weather is
acceptable).
For non-precision NAVAIDs and ILS systems,
this schedule will be in the NAVAID section of the
airport entry in the IFR Supplement.
For RADAR facilities, this schedule will be under
the airport name in the RADAR Instrument
Approach Minimums section of the FLIP High or
Low Altitude (Terminal) booklets.
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