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CHAPTER FOUR
METEOROLOGY FLIGHT PLANNING
Responsibility for the Brief
The ultimate responsibility for obtaining a complete weather briefing rests with the pilot in
command. A forecaster will usually be present to provide the weather briefing, but this in no
way relieves the pilot of the responsibility for the safe conduct of the flight. A recommended
procedure for the professional pilot is to review pertinent weather information to build an overall
picture of the weather and consult with the forecaster for a complete briefing. A pilot using this
technique can communicate with the forecaster on a two-way basis rather than relying on the
forecaster to provide all the relevant information. In case conditions do not develop as forecast, a
pilot will then be able to make an intelligent decision based on information gained during the
preflight weather briefing. Upon completion of this unit, it is recommended that you visit your
local meteorological office to get a feel for how it operates and how the staff displays weather
information or otherwise makes data available to aviators.
4-14 FLIGHT WEATHER BRIEFING FORM, DD FORM 175-1


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