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  1. Describe breaking action as.
    • Good, fair, poor and nil or combination
    • Include type A/C where and what time
    • On in the ATIS
  2. Arresting Gear System Operation : normal
    • Departure end rigged
    • Set up at app end if requested
  3. Standard phraseology for immediate engagement
    • "Barrier Barrier Barrier" or
    • "Cable Cable Cable"
  4. Rwy Selection
    • Exempt "Rwy use" program
    • Use rwy most nearly aligned with the wind 5 knots or more. 3&8 are calm wind rwys
  5. Rwy selection when 5 knots or more unless
    • Operational advantageous
    • Pilots request
  6. Local Freq
    • 382.0
    • 360.85
    • 119.3
  7. Ground Freq
    • 314.0
    • 121.9
  8. CD Freq
    • 336.4
    • 118.0
  9. ATIS Freq
    • 273.5
    • 118.8
  10. Guard Freq
    • 243.0
    • 121.5
  11. Million Air
    131.225
  12. Bard VORTAC
    BZA
  13. Blythe VORTAC
    BLH
  14. 29 Palms VORTAC
    TNP
  15. Buckeye VORTAC
    BXK
  16. Marine Beaufort
    NBC
  17. Camp Pendleton
    NFG
  18. Marine Cherry Point
    NKT
  19. Marine Miramar
    NKX
  20. Marine New River
    NCA
  21. Marine Yuma
    NYL
  22. Marine Corps Base 29 Palms Helipad
    4TP
  23. Marine SELF 29 Palms
    NXP
  24. Navy El Centro
    NJK
  25. Navy Corpus Cristi
    NGP
  26. Navy Fallon
    NFL
  27. Navy Kingsville
    NQI
  28. Navy Lemoore
    NLC
  29. Navy Meridian
    NMM
  30. Navy North Island
    NZY
  31. Cannon AFB
    CVS
  32. Davis Monthan AFB
    DMA
  33. Navy Oceana
    NTU
  34. Edwards AFB
    EDW
  35. Hill AFB
    HIF
  36. Luke AFB
    LUF
  37. March AFB
    RIV
  38. Nellis AFB
    LSV
  39. Travis AFB
    SUU
  40. Biggs AAF
    BIF
  41. Laguna AAF
    LGF
  42. Libby AAF
    FHU
  43. Albuquerque, NM
    ABQ
  44. Boulder City, NV
    61B
  45. Bullhead-Laughlin, AZ
    IFP
  46. Calexico, CA
    CXL
  47. El Paso.TX
    ELP
  48. Flagstaff, AZ
    FLG
  49. Somerton, AZ
    54AZ
  50. Tucson, AZ
    TUS
  51. Drake, AZ (Prescott)
    DRK
  52. Alt Airfields w/ Jet capability
    • El Centro NAF
    • Luke AFB
    • William Gateway
  53. Alt Airfield w/o Jet capabilities
    • Laguna AAF
    • Blythe Airport
  54. VFR reporting points
    • AZ Western College 5nm ENE
    • Pilot's Knob 9 non WNW
    • Somerton 7 nm SW
    • Point Tango 060@6 CH84
    • Sand Pitts 015@6.5 CH84
    • Foothills 11nm E
  55. Hot Brakes Areas
    All Feeder Taxiways
  56. Main Terminal
    • North side of airfield
    • They have restaurant, car rental, pay phone, restroom
  57. ARCAMEX
    Only civilian radio/avionics
  58. Millionaire
    Provide full fixed base operations services
  59. CareFlight
    Limited repair, pilot service and flight instruction
  60. NW Hangers
    Covered/Enclosed parking for preeminent tenants
  61. U.S. Customs
    West of terminal
  62. Non marshal areas
    • "C" directly across ARFF
    • "C" from "D" to southernmost FW Fuel pits
    • "C" directly across RW pits
    • Mil helos will depart from approved movement area except Rescue on a mission
  63. AV-8B standard departure point
    3R @ F or 21L @ D
  64. Turbojet A/C departure
    Normally don't use civil runways but can if requested by pilot
  65. Military helos standard departure
    A or B for RWY 8/26
  66. Intersection Departures
    Shall be in accordance with FAA order 7110.65
  67. Rwy Structure
    Consists of one set of parallel rwy w/ two intersecting rwys
  68. All Rwys have what Run up areas
    Concrete adjacent to approach end
  69. Runway markings
    In accordance with NAVAIR criteria. Lighted runway dist markers every 1000'
  70. Garza
    Aviation Maintenance
  71. In Flight equipment malfunction
    • 1. when pilot req, det nature and extent of special handling 2. Maximum assistance
    • 3. Relay to other controllers
  72. Below Minima report by pilot
    Reports weather below landing minima
  73. Emergency Code Assingments
    7700 - emergency and not radar identified
  74. Minimum info for inflight emergency?
    • A/C ident and type
    • Nature of emergency
    • Pilot's desires
  75. Emergency freq change only when
    • Best to keep on original freq
    • Change only when valid reason
  76. Emergency Situation
    Declared by who?
    By pilot, facility personnel, officials responsible for operation of A/C,
  77. Hijacked A/C detailed pub
    FAAO JO 7610.4
  78. Who to notify if ELT
    ARTCC
  79. Overdue A/C
    30 min
  80. Lighting requirements
    Turn on lights 30 min prior
  81. NAVAIR: ATC personnel who appear to cont to incident
    • relieve of operational duty
    • Refer to mil flight surgeon
    • Psychological eval
  82. Bard ch & freq
    115/116.8
  83. Blythe ch & freq
    121/117.4
  84. Yuma TACAN ch & freq
    84/113.7 DME only
  85. Telegraph Pass dist.
    14 NM ENE
  86. Pilot's Knob dist
    9 NM WNW
  87. Winterhaven dist
    5 NM NNW
  88. Somerton dist
    7 NM SW
  89. Picacho Peak dist
    19 NM NNW
  90. Foothills dist
    11 NM E
  91. Sand Dunes dist
    12 NM WNW
  92. Point Tango dist
    060 @ 6 DME NYL CH 84
  93. Sand Pits (Sand Hills) dist
    015 @ 6.5 DME NYL CH 84
  94. Laguna AAF dist
    16 NM NE
  95. Arizona Western College dist
    5 NM ENE
  96. AUX 4/Rolle Field
    10 NM SSW

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