Safely Flying in and around Military Airspace
Flying safely in and around military airspace. Discussion of the military training mission in AZ and SoCal
Date and Time: Tuesday, June 12, 2018, starting at 19:00 Arizona
Speaker(s): Reps from the Air Force & Marine Corps
This briefing will cover the different types of Special Use Airspace (SUA) in Arizona and SoCal, provide recommendations on how to transition the SUA's and what to look for when flying around SUA's. Members form the Luke A.F.B airspace office and from Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center 29 Palms will provide a indepth briefing on the types of Military Speicail Use Airspace (SUA's) in the region, the military mission supported by the airspace. What are the rules for flying in SUA's, as well as, how to safely fly in and around SUA's. Provide a update on redesign of SUA's in the 29 Palms area.
Select Number: WP0782881
Location of Seminar:
Prescott Airport Admin buliding
6564 Crystal Ln. Prescott AZ
Prescott, AZ 86301
Directions to Venue:
Up stairs in the Prescott Airport Administration buliding second floor.
Fly-in Seminar?: Yes PRC
Seating: 65 seats at the facility
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Sponsoring Division: FAASTeam
Contact Information: Terry Hansen
Phone: (760) 215-0145
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):
The FAASTeam wishes to acknowledge and thank the City of Prescott and the Ernest A. Love Airport Adminstration for the use of their facilities.
Runway incursions are a major factor in aviation safety. While many things have been done to reduce the accident rate in General Aviation and the Air Carrier Industry, both sides of the aviation house are still experiencing far too many runway incursions. This could be the result of "Read back - Hear back" issues, poor airport signage, pilot inattention/knowledge, expectation bias, or a combination of factors. Runway safety is a major concern for all pilots and if you have been around aviation for a long period of time you have probably seen some close calls on the runways and taxiways, or even been involved in some yourself.
Pilot airspace deviations continue to be a major risk in the national airspace system. To reduce the chance that you might be involved in an airspace deviation incident, you are highly encouraged to take an on-line learning center course such as ALC 42, ALC 154, and ALC90 on www.faasafety.gov, or search the learning library for associated guidance on airspace incursions. Remember, safe and prudent airmen have superior situational awareness and have a plan to keep it that way.
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