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SNFO/SWSO VOICE COMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER ONE
30. HAVE NUMBERS - Used by aircrew to inform ATC that they have received runway,
wind, and altimeter information only.
31. HOW DO YOU HEAR or HOW DO YOU READ - A question relating to the quality of
the transmission or to determine how well the transmission is being received.
Example
CENTER:
"BUCK 717, how do you read this transmitter?"
SNFO/SWSO:
"BUCK 717, loud and clear", or "BUCK 717
weak and unreadable", or "BUCK 717, broken."
32. IDENT - A request for a pilot to activate the aircraft transponder identification feature.
This will help the controller to confirm an aircraft identity. (No verbal response necessary.)
Example
"KATT 811, ident."
CONTROLLER:
33.  IFR - Instrument Flight Rules - Rules governing the procedures conducting instrument
flight.
34.  IMC - In Instrument Meteorological Conditions, meaning no discernible horizon and/or in
clouds.
Example
CONTROLLER:
"KATT 811, say visibility."
"KATT 811, IMC."
SNFO/SWSO:
35.
IMMEDIATE/IMMEDIATELY - Used by ATC when such action is required to avoid an
imminent situation.
Example
"KATT 833, immediate right turn, heading 180."
CONTROLLER:
SNFO/SWSO:
"KATT 833, right 180."
36. INOPERATIVE - Used to describe a piece of equipment which has ceased to function
properly (e.g., an inoperative TACAN). (Not listed in the pilot/controller glossary, but
commonly used.)
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