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INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
CHAPTER EIGHT
Example: (If instructed to contact Memphis Center at Eaton.)
PILOT: "MEMPHIS CENTER, NAVY 6E432, EATON."
The controller will either acknowledge with a "GO AHEAD" and the pilot will make a full
position report or "ROGER" and the pilot will not make the position report.
When the second or the third reporting point is your destination's initial approach fix, add
the word "destination" to the position report. Example:
PILOT: "MEMPHIS CENTER, NAVY 6E432, EATON, 27, 16,000, GULFPORT, 46,
SEMMES, DESTINATION."
MEMPHIS CTR: "NAVY 6E432, MEMPHIS CENTER, ROGER."
NOTE
Position reports are not required in a radar environment.
Discontinue position reports when advised that your aircraft is in
"RADAR CONTACT." Once advised that you are in radar
contact, this fact will not be repeated when handed off to another
controller. Resume position reports when advised "RADAR
CONTACT LOST" or "RADAR SERVICE TERMINATED."
When in radar contact and ATC requests a pilot to report a specific
fix, report only the specific fix requested. Example:
PILOT: "MEMPHIS CENTER, NAVY 6E432, EATON."
Enroute Phase Nonradar Environment
As you approach the boundary of Memphis Center's airspace, you will be transferred to Houston
Center via a frequency change. Initial contact with Houston Center will be accomplished as
previously described.
Arrival Phase--Nonradar Environment
Approaching the Mobile area and depending upon traffic conditions, Houston Center will start
descending you to a lower altitude in preparation for an approach into Mobile. Example:
HOUSTON CENTER: "NAVY 6E432, DESCEND AND MAINTAIN 8000, REPORT
LEVEL."
LEAVING ALTITUDE REPORT (JUST AS IN RADAR ENVIRONMENT)
PILOT: "HOUSTON CENTER, NAVY 6E432, LEAVING 16,000 FOR 8000."
INTRODUCTION TO GROUND, AIRBORNE, LOST COMMUNICATION, AND
EMERGENCY VOICE PROCEDURES 8-27


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