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CHAPTER FIVE
T-6A NAVIGATION
Hazard Calls
The SNFO/SWSO should at all times be on the lookout for hazards to safe flight. These hazards
include other aircraft in the low altitude environment, birds, charted aerodromes, and vertical
obstructions.
Figure 5-2 Bird Zone
You are required at this stage to inform the pilot of hazards to flight following these guidelines:
1. Vertical obstructions within 3 NM and 500 feet of aircraft altitude
2. All aerodromes within 5 NM of the aircraft's flight path.
3. All birds and aircraft.
4. Crossing/Conflicting low-level routes.
For standardization and clarity of description, hazards are described in terms of time ahead of the
aircraft and distance. Avoid giving hazards further than 2 minutes away.
The "bird zone" is from 11:30-12:30 on the horizon. A bird in the zone should be properly called
out as "Bird, right/left/on the nose, level or high." Refer to Figure 5-2.
5-6
FLIGHT PROCEDURES


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