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T-34C INSTRUMENTS
CHAPTER FIVE
descending to:
"Mobile Approach, Navy 3E123, passing 3200 for 6000."
b.
Non­Radar Environment
"Mobile Approach, Navy 3E123, estimating LOXLY at 35, level 4000."
If in a climb or descent, then the call will include the altitude passing and altitude climbing or
descending to:
"Mobile Approach, Navy 3E123, estimating LOXLY at 35, passing 3200 for 6000."
6.
INTERSECTION
a.
Radar Environment
NOTE
Only report an intersection in the radar environment if ATC has
specifically requested it.
"Mobile Approach, Navy 3E123, LOXLY."
b.
Non­Radar Environment
NOTE
For discussion purposes, assume that the points referred to in the
following radio transmission are compulsory reporting points.
"Mobile Approach, Navy 3E123, LOXLY, 35, 6000, ZUGTI at 37, SEMMES next." (PTAPTP
format)
7.
ALTITUDE CHANGE
"Mobile Approach, Navy 3E123, leaving 6000 for 3000."
8.
CONTACTING APPROACH
Get the latest weather observation for your destination prior to contacting approach control if
available. This may be done via use of ATIS/AWOS/ASOS information via UHF, VHF, or
VOR. If you need to change frequencies on the radio in use in order to get the latest weather
information, you must request the frequency change from the controller. Report back on the
same frequency after obtaining the information.
RADIO INSTRUMENTS COMMUNICATIONS 5-5


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