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NAVY - OPNAV 4660.3A

(N46) DEPARTMENT OF NAVY AIR TERMINAL PROCEDURES

inactive
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 29 February 2008
Status: inactive
Page Count: 39
scope:

Enclosure (1) is applicable to all DON facilities, ashore and afloat, where air terminal services are provided. Enclosure (1) is not applicable to tactical airlift operations ashore or on vessels.

DON facilities designated as AMC aerial ports in reference (c) will use appropriate Air Force or AMC operating directives to provide air terminal services and conduct operations.

DON facilities providing air terminal support for Navy contract airlift services (QUICKTRANS) will use procedures prescribed by the QUICKTRANS contract.

Purpose.

To establish procedural guidance and standards for operation of Department of the Navy (DON) shore facilities and vessels providing air terminal services to support airlift scheduled under reference (a) and non-tactical carrier/vertical on-board delivery (COD/VOD) operations.

Document History

March 22, 2019
(N46) UNITED STATES NAVY AIR TERMINAL PROCEDURES
Scope and Applicability a. This instruction is applicable to all USN shore installations where air terminal passenger or cargo services, or both, are provided but not applicable to tactical airlift...
OPNAV 4660.3A
February 29, 2008
(N46) DEPARTMENT OF NAVY AIR TERMINAL PROCEDURES
Enclosure (1) is applicable to all DON facilities, ashore and afloat, where air terminal services are provided. Enclosure (1) is not applicable to tactical airlift operations ashore or on vessels....
January 28, 1985
(OP-508) DEPARTMENT OF NAVY AIR TERMINAL PROCEDURES
a. Enclosure (1) is applicable to all DON facilities, ashore and afloat, where air terminal services are provided as a collateral function. Enclosure (1) is not applicable to tactical airlift...

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