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CHAPTER THREE
FLIGHT TRAINING PUBLICATION (FLIP) STUDENT GUIDE
Figure 3-6 Standard Time Signals
NOTAMs Abbreviations and Codes
Section F contains a ready reference of abbreviations used throughout the entire FLIP program
and the USAF/USN NOTAM System (Figure 3-7). The international NOTAM code (Figure 3-8)
is published to enable decoding of the five letter NOTAM groups. Encoding facilitates the rapid
dissemination of NOTAMS by reducing the transmission time over telecommunications
channels. U.S. military NOTAMS originate from Carswell AFB and Randolph AFB and contain
information regarding the status of radio aids to navigation, aerodromes and lighting facilities,
dangers to aircraft in-flight, and other information requiring timely dissemination.
NOTE
NOTAMs are usually located at Base Operations in the Mission
Planning room on the wall or available through a computer
terminal. It is very important that flight crews check all NOTAMs
including the Special Notices. Special Notices are NOTAMs for
each Center airspace that contain information about NAVAID
availability, laser light shows, special use airspace, route status,
etc.
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FLIGHT INFORMATION HANDBOOK


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