METEOROLOGY FLIGHT PLANNING
1.3 Identify wind data in METARs.
Identify visibility in METARs.
1.5 Identify runway visual range in METARs.
1.6 Identify present weather in METARs.
Identify sky condition in METARs.
1.8 Identify temperature/dew point in METARs.
1.9 Identify altimeter setting in METARs.
1.10 Identify various manual and automated remarks in METARs.
1.11 State the use of TAFs in flight planning.
1.12 Identify data in a TAF.
1.13 Identify differences in U.S. Civil, Military, and International TAFs.
1.14 State the definition of a ceiling and identify the ceiling in METARs and TAFs.
1.15 State the IFR/VFR rules for flight planning in reference to OPNAV 3710.7.
1.16 State the OPNAV 3710.7 requirement for an alternate on an IFR flight plan.
NAVMETOCCOMINST 3141.2 Series
DOD Flight Information Publication (FLIP) General Planning, Chapter 8
Air Force Instruction 11-202 (Vol. 3), General Flight Rules
4. Chief of Naval Operations Instruction 3710.7 series, NATOPS General Flight and
Review Chapter One and answer the Study Questions.
1-2 AVIATION ROUTINE WEATHER REPORTS AND TERMINAL AERODROME