NAVY - OPNAV 3721.5M
(N98) NAVAL AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL AIR NAVIGATION AIDS AND LANDING SYSTEMS PROGRAM
|Publication Date:||16 March 2021|
Scope and Applicability.
The procedures, policies and guidance in this instruction are used to ensure fiscal resources are strategically apportioned to support the provision of safe, orderly and expeditious air traffic control (ATC) services for the warfighter and to allow for cradle to grave ATC equipment technical and integrated logistics support. Day-to-day, routine management of these assets is accomplished through ATC and electronics maintenance organizations at the installation, ship or expeditionary squadron level. This instruction is applicable to all Department of the Navy (DON) personnel who manage or oversee the use of NAALS equipment in all classes of Navy and Marine Corps air traffic control facilities (ATCF) ashore and afloat as defined in references (a) and (b).
a. Enclosure (1) establishes the Air Traffic Control Naval Aviation Requirements Group (ATC NARG) and governs its objectives, responsibilities and actions.
b. Enclosure (2) governs the NAALS operational capability improvement request (OCIR) process.
c. Enclosures (3) and (4) prescribes on-site maintenance and support policy for shore ATC systems under the cognizance of Program Executive Officer Tactical Aircraft Programs, Program Manager, Naval Air Traffic Management Systems (PMA-213).
d. Enclosure (5) establishes procedures and outlines responsibilities for NAALS related fleet project teams.