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SNFO/SWSO VOICE COMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER ONE
you are ready. In addition, after landing and taxiing clear of all active runways you should
automatically switch to ground control unless Tower has previously instructed you to switch to
another frequency or remain on Tower frequency once clear of the runways.
Example
CONTROLLER:
"BUCK 711, contact Pensacola Approach on
319.9."
SNFO/SWSO:
"BUCK 711 switching 319.9."
CONTROLLER:
"KATT 810, contact Memphis Center on 288.15."
SNFO/SWSO:
"KATT 810 switching 288.15."
At this point your conversation has terminated. When contacting the next controller you must
again use the "initial call" format.
106 BASIC FORMATS
Adherence to the following guidelines will greatly assist you in the application of proper radio
communication techniques:
1.  The format for initiating communications with an agency is always "Agency called, aircraft
identification, message."
Example
SNFO/SWSO:
"Sherman Ground, KATT 810, taxi, information
ECHO."
2.  When instructed to squawk or ident on your IFF, no verbal response is necessary unless
confusion exists.
Example
CONTROLLER:
"KATT 810, squawk 0622."
SNFO/SWSO:
"KATT 810, 0622" (Dial code 0622 in aircraft's
IFF transponder)
3.  Responding will prevent confusion because it may take some time for the new code to be
displayed on the controller's radarscope.
Example
CONTROLLER:
"BUCK 710, ident."
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