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CHAPTER TWO
INSTRUMENTS FLIGHT PLANNING
SERVICE CODES
Air Force
Marine Corps
A
VM
Navy
Army
VV
R
Coast Guard
C
Figure 2-3 Service Codes
Since we are flying in a Navy aircraft, therefore enter VV1F57. However, when we speak our
call sign on the radio, we say "Navy 1F157" or simply "1F157" if this will not result in
confusion with other aircraft.
DATE
AIRCRAFT CALL SIGN
13 Oct 03
VV1F157
Figure 2-4 Date and Aircraft Call Sign
VT-10's T-34C/T-6A aircraft use a tactical call sign KATT. This call sign coupled with a three-
digit number completes the call sign. The service code is not necessary because the word KATT
implies "U. S. NAVY, VT-10, T-34C/T-6A Aircraft." The tactical call sign for VT-4 aircraft is
BUCK.
AIRCRAFT CALL SIGN
KATT 855
Figure 2-5 Aircraft Call Sign
203.
AIRCRAFT DESIGNATION AND TD CODE
This block is completed in the following manner:
The first part is the type of aircraft you are flying, (i.e., T-6, T-2, T-39, F-14) without the model
identifier. Therefore, although our aircraft might be T-6A we omit the model identifier A.
TD CODE refers to the transponder/navigation equipment aboard your aircraft and is determined
by using the chart (Figure 2-6) found in FLIP, General Planning Chapter 4.
2-4 DD 175 FLIGHT PLAN


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