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SNFO/SWSO VOICE COMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER FOUR
A second situation arises when a frequency switch occurs at a reporting point in a non-radar
environment. When initially checking in with a new controller, it is always prudent to give your
altitude.
Example
CENTER:
"KATT 812, Houston Center, roger."
CENTER:
"KATT 812, radar contact lost, contact Houston
Center on 281.7"
SNFO/SWSO:
"KATT 812, switching 281.7."
Assume you are over AEX, a solid triangle on your chart, when you are given a frequency
switch.
SNFO/SWSO:
"Houston Center, KATT 812, Alexandria, 9000."
NOTE
In this example, we are combining IFR rules with reporting
procedures when not in radar contact. Initial check-in with ATC
requires an altitude call when in a radar environment, but the
altitude call is not required in a non-radar environment. It is good
headwork to always check in with an altitude call.
After the initial contact over a reporting point, Center may respond with "go ahead" if they desire
a complete position report. The report is formatted into seven parts that can be found on the
back cover of the IFR Enroute Supplement and in Section B of the Flight Information Handbook.
You will use this format in your military career. (Figure 4-2.)
Figure 4-2 Position Reports
SPECIAL SITUATIONS
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