T-6A INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
Temperature/dew point (spread within 4º, potential for haze/fog).
Any other information that could affect your flight (i.e., arresting gear is rigged.)
Your last option is to report "negative information" or "negative ATIS" when you check in with
Approach. This is not optimum because if the approach frequency is busy, other aircraft will
have to stand by while ATC reads the current information to you. However, if it is the method
you have to use, be ready to copy because ATC will reply immediately with the required
The field brief describes the airfield at which an approach is anticipated. It is initiated after
ATIS information is known. It consists of, but is not limited to WERLONA:
Brief the ATIS information you received.
Description of runway you intend to land and arresting gear.
Description of runway and approach lighting (only required at night or
IMC) for runway of intended landing.
Location and height of highest obstruction at the airfield as depicted in the
airport sketch and the highest obstacle on the overhead view on IAP.
Location of NAVAID relative to the airfield.
The brief should emphasize the active runway (to include length and width) with a brief
statement addressing other runways. Any known NOTAMS in effect (e.g., closed
runways/taxiways) are also included.
6-10 STUDENT SUPPLEMENTARY FLIGHT PROCEDURES