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TACTICS TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES (TTP) FOR ESTABLISHING AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATC) IN TIMES OF CRISIS AND CONFLICT

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Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 7 September 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 46
scope:

The STANAG covers the following areas:

Chapter 2 Initial Operations

Chapter 3 Sustained Operations

Chapter 4 Transition for NATO Military to Civil or Other Military Control

Purpose

The intent of this TTP for Airfield Operations is to:

a. Focus on planning, deployment, preparation and coordination for ATC, Airspace, ongoing military operations and post conflict/operational and administrative transition of airspace and services from military to civil control.

b. Outline how Forces open and operate a deployed or contingency airfield, including planning considerations for airfield management (AM), ATC, and Deployable Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems (DATCALS) capabilities, procedures, forces, and equipment.

c. Retain coherence and refer to existing documentation pertaining to Joint Airspace Control under the auspices of the Air Operations Working Group (AOWG) (AJP 3.3.5 and ATP 3.3.5.1), but expand significantly on the integration of air traffic with

Document History

AATMP-02
September 7, 2016
TACTICS TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES (TTP) FOR ESTABLISHING AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATC) IN TIMES OF CRISIS AND CONFLICT
The STANAG covers the following areas: Chapter 2 Initial Operations Chapter 3 Sustained Operations Chapter 4 Transition for NATO Military to Civil or Other Military Control Purpose The intent of...

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