FLIGHT TRAINING PUBLICATION (FLIP) STUDENT GUIDE
The Supplement provides reference data and flight procedures for military flight crews. It is
designed for use with corresponding enroute charts. Related information can be found in the
Flight Information Handbook, AP/1 and the High/Low Altitude Terminal Approach booklets. A
vertical line in the left margin indicates new or revised data. General Information includes the
ICAO phonetic alphabet and Morse code.
The Airport/Facility Directory contains listings for airports which have a published DOD
(high/low altitude) Instrument Approach Procedure and/or Radar Approach minima. Canadian
and Mexican airports portrayed on charts for emergency use, or those requested by military
service are also listed. The legend has sample listings for an airport (HOG HOLLER INTL), an
FSS (NGHAM Radio) and an ARTCC (MARIE CENTER). Items in the sample listing can be
interpreted using the legend and the abbreviations. At a glance, an NFO should be able to
interpret the following:
1. Field - DOD NOT AM coverage, three letter identifier, military tenants, lat/long, elevation,
time zone, chart coverage.
Runways - dimensions, surface, displaced threshold, arresting gear.
Service - JASU, fuel, oxygen availability, restrictions, single point refueling (SP)
4. Remarks - hours of operations, restrictions (PPR, OFFL BUS ONLY), cautions, traffic
pattern, supplementary airport coverage.
Communications - SFA, ATC frequencies, ATIS and METRO availability, Class C
NAVAIDs - type, frequency, channel, location.
ILS/RADAR - type approach available, restrictions.
Theater Flight Data and Procedures
You should be familiar with information in this section and its location. Items of significance
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