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A form of air traffic control in
which the controlling agency monitors radar and radio
contact with aircraft under its control and provides
traffic advisories. Traffic separation is the
responsibility of the individual pilot, with the assistance
provided by the control agency.
advisory control.
Apilot report indicating that the visual landing aid
is in sight.
The ship’s magnetic
heading during flight operations.
base recovery course (BRC).
An order to proceed and land at the field specified,
utilizing a bingo profile. Aircraft is considered
to be in an emergency/fuel critical situation. Bearing,
distance, and destination shall be provided.
A term referring to the ILM.
Acircular airspace within a radius
of 50 nm around the carrier, extending upward
from the surface to infinity, under control of CATCC
except for those aircraft operating under control of
the air officer during Case I and II operations.
carrier control area.
The airspace within a circular
limit defined by 5 miles horizontal radius from the
carrier, extending upward from the surface to and including
2,500 feet unless otherwise designated for
special operations, and is under the cognizance of the
air officer during VFR conditions.
carrier control zone.
A pilot transmission indicating the pilot does
not have the visual landing aid (ball) in sight.
The future time at
which an aircraft is cleared to depart inbound or penetrate
from a preassigned fix. Aircraft depart and
commence approach at assigned time if no further instructions
are received.
expected approach time (EAT).
The magnetic bearing assigned by
CATCC for final approach. It is an extension of the
landing area centerline.
final control. Acontrol posi
final bearing.
Ship’s true heading during flight operations
A pilot coded report indicating aircraft
mission readiness.
KILO report.
Apilot coded report indicating aircraft flying
in clouds or area of reduced visibility.
A form of air traffic control in
which the controlling agency has radar and radio
contact with the aircraft being controlled and published
approach or departure procedures are complied
with, or where specific assignments regarding
heading and altitude are issued by the controller.
While altitude separation is provided by pilot maintaining
assigned altitude, lateral and time separation
is the responsibility of the air traffic controller. Speed
changes may be directed by the air traffic controller.
positive control.
A right-hand racetrack
pattern between 045° and 135° relative for COD aircraft
and 045° and 110° relative for helicopters.COD
aircraft 500 feet, 1,000 feet if approved by CV primary,
and helicopters 300 feet or below.
starboard holding pattern.