2012 LAO Brief Powerpoint Presentation

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355 FIGHTER WING
Local Area Briefing
355 OG/OGV
DSN 228-5050
CAO: Apr 2011
This Briefing is:
UNCLASSIFIED
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Overview
• Ground Operations
• Departures
• Recovery
• Pattern
• Airspace
• Emergency/Divert Information
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Local Area Brief
• Mandatory briefing
• All aircrew must review FCIFs
• All aircrew are responsible for information in local area
and range regulations
• Sources of information:
• 355FW Inflight Guide*
• AFI 13-212 Vol I (Luke Range Supplement)
• AFI 11-2A/OA-10 Vol 3 Chapter 8
• DMAFB Instruction BI 11-250
*Note: In case of disparity, 355FW IFG takes priority.
DMAFB
TDZE 2590’
To AMARC
TDZE 2704’
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DMAFB
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Ground Ops
• A-10’s/C130’s/Alert/Transient A/C
• Plan extra ground time for heavy EOR traffic
• Start / Clearance / Taxi - all on UHF Ch 2 (275.8)
• Taxi Flow
Arm/Dearm Procedures (pg 1-5)
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Departures (pp 1-11 to 1-14)
• Be familiar with the DMA-3 and standard departures
• Maintain 3700’ or below until 1 NM past departure end
• Unrestricted/Max climbs must be put on request and
approved
• Not allowed on RWY 30 (Noise Abatement)
• Non-Standard flights’ wingmen squawk 4000 until
rejoined to standard formation
• State “Non-standard” when calling for clearance
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Departures (Afterburner/UC)
• Do not use burner beyond lateral confines of the field
• Exceptions for safety, heavyweights/lives
• Unrestricted climbs must be coordinated with Tower/ATC
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Surface to 6.5
MSL North of I-10
5 to 10 nm outer ring
Surface to 17.5
MSL North of I-10
5 nm ring
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Local Flying Area (pg 1-4)
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Davez-Five Recovery (pg 1-17)
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La Cholla Recovery (pg 1-19)
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R12 Pattern (pg 1-22)
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R30 Pattern (pg 1-23)
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Pattern Notes
• Report “Courts” or “Pits” @ 5500’ for Initial
• No pattern for straight-ins for R12 (request Re-Run)
• R12: Descend from 5500’ to 5000’ on turn from base to
initial
• R12/R30: Descend from 5000’ to 4200’ at 4 DME and
report initial with intentions
• 4200’ Pattern Altitude – break towards the ramp
• Transients/weekends—1 to full stop
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Courts/Pits (pp 1-22 and 1-23)
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High TRP
• High TRP will only be flown by 355FW assigned A-10s
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Airspace
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BMGR/Sells MOA/LATN Area (pg 2-2)
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Barry M. Goldwater Range (BMGR)
• Range entry and exit IAW IFG (pp 3-2 and 3-8)
• Check-in with “Snakeye” with Callsign, number of
aircraft, range time, lives, LASER use
• “Snakeye” (Range Ops)
• Conventional and Tactical Ranges and Sells ABCDE
• NOT ATC, limited point-outs, provides altimeter setting and
GBN runway
• Confirms closed targets and clearing pass requirement
• Check out with “Snakeye”
• Report expenditures and targets for tactical ranges only
• Caution: Range NOTAMS and target restrictions
change daily.
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Ordnance Restrictions (pp 3-9 to 3-13)
• Very detailed restrictions in IFG
• Note that lower case letters indicates there are
specific restrictions for DMPIs within a certain
target set
• Additional restrictions exist when OPs are manned
and when employing heavyweights.
• Reference range operations at:
Individual Squadron Share Drives/CCV Section/PUBS/ BMGR Range DVD
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VR / LATN Procedures
• Ensure all switches are SAFE off-range!
• Monitor and call turn points/route legs on UHF LATN
FREQ while transiting the LATN area (7.5k and Below):
“Elvis 01, Window Mountain to Guachi, 300AGL”
• Most red circles are for 1 ½ NM and 3000’
• Common A-10 Bullseye is Gila Bend
• Luke AFB F-16s often reference “Bugs” (NE corner of
ETAC)
• Radios (per FCIF 10-30B)
• Above 7.5k – Check-in and Monitor Snakeye – Ch. 10
• 7.5k and Below – Make position reports and monitor LATN
Common – CH.9
• Check-in w/ 1 of 7 Standard Reporting Points
•
BUGGS, CIM PEAK, KITT, AJO, S. MTN, SLATES, WHISKEY
Tombstone MOA (pg 2-1)
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Ruby/ Fuzzy MOA (pg 2-4)
Outlaw/Jackal MOA (pg 2-5)
Chaff/Flare Restrictions (pg 3-16)
*Check https://www-r.luke.af.mil/rmo/aros/dailynotams.asp for current Range NOTAMS & fire danger rating
and restrictions
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Flare Restrictions (pg 3-16)
*Check https://www-r.luke.af.mil/rmo/aros/dailynotams.asp for current Range NOTAMS & fire danger rating
and restrictions
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EPs and Diverts
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Emergency Procedures
• Emergency Safe Altitude -17200 MSL (Balloon at FHU)
• Minimum Sector Altitude - 10700 MSL
• Contact DMAFB SOF on CH 19 (327.7) with problems
and intentions
• Single frequency approach (SFA) available on CH 18
(322.425)
• DMAFB RWY 30 is primary for major emergencies
• Avoid over-flight of city as much as possible
Hung Ord & Malfunctions (pg 5-11)
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Hung Ord R30 (pg 1-20)
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DMAFB (pg 1-6)
BARRIERS RWY 12 / 30
BAK 12 -- 1200’ FROM LANDING THRESHOLD
BAK 12 -- 50’ INTO OVERRUN
(15 min to take down)
TDZE 2590’
RWY 12/30 OVERRUNS -- 1000’ x 200’ (ASPHALT)
To AMARC
TDZE 2704’
Hot Brake Areas (pg 1-6)
LIVE ORDNANCE
AREA
H
TEST
CELL
TRIM
GUN PAD 2
BUTT
D
WEST RAMP
TRIM
PAD 1
HOT BRAKE PROCEDURE
NORTH RAMP
• Taxi to nearest HB area or any
clear area as directed by
ground/tower
• If armed with forward firing
ordnance, turn to appropriate
hdg as listed below
• Unstrap and prepare to
shutdown
• Mx personnel will marshall you
forward against the chocks
short of the spike plates
• Avoid holding brakes while
they are cooling
• If the brakes/tires ignite, Mx
will signal pilot to jump chocks
on to the spike plates
• Shut down and exit the aircraft
AERO CLUB
CUSTOMS
C
TRIM
PAD 3
BAK-9
BAK-12
BASE
OPS
FIRE
STATION
CONTRO
L TOWER
COMPASS
ROSE
A
5
ALERT
APRON
GUN
BUTT
TO AMARC
E
BAK-12
A7
BAK9
MA-1A
WHISKEY
RAMP
F-16 Hydrazine Areas
LIVE ORDNANCE
AREA
H
TRIM
GUN PAD 2
BUTT
D
WEST RAMP
TRIM
PAD 1
TEST
CELL
NORTH RAMP
AERO CLUB
CUSTOMS
C
TRIM
PAD 3
BAK-9
BAK-12
BASE
OPS
FIRE
STATION
CONTRO
L
TOWER
COMPASS
ROSE
ALERT
APRON
A
5
GUN
BUTT
TO AMARC
E
BAK12
BAK9
A
7
MA-1A
WHISKEY
RAMP
Diverts (pg 5-13)
*NOTE: Climb Alt and Fuel are for A-10s only, assumptions are on pg 5-13
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Gila Bend Aux AF (GBN) pg 5-1
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Tucson International (TUS) pg 5-2
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Libby Army AF (FHU) pg 5-3
ARH TACAN: Ch 53X (on the field)
Coordinates:
N 31 35.31/W110 20.66
Tower:
284.75 (Ch 8) 124.95 (VHF Ch 8)
Ground:
268.7
ATIS:
265.7 134.75 (VHF Ch 9)
Pattern Alt:
6.2K MSL, Break to the Northeast.
Elevation:
4719’
Runways:
08/26: 12,001’ x 150’
12/30: 5,366’ x 100’
03/21: 4,285’ x 75’
Phone Numbers:
Fire Dept: 538-2866
Emergency Ops Center: 533-2291
Hours of Operation: Tower/Approach operate from 0700 to
1700L M-F (or by NOTAM). If needed for emergency use
after hours, make traffic calls on CTAF 124.95 (VHF Ch8).
Warning: Black Tower Ops. High volume of UAV activity 5
nm to the West. Ensure a turn to crosswind NLT departure
end when in effect.
Emergencies: Emergency A/C able to clear the runway can
expect to shutdown in the hazardous cargo area facing West.
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Luke AFB (LUF) pg 5-4
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Emergency Jettison /Bailout (pg 5-5)
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• FCIF Review
• Further IFG Review
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Questions?
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