Roosevelt Lake Temporary Military Operations Area
SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE
May 9 - 10, 2014
The Roosevelt Lake Temporary Military Operations Area (TMOA), located over Roosevelt Lake in the Tonto National Forest in eastern Arizona, supports the annual Air Combat Command Exercise ANGEL THUNDER. The exercise is designed to provide Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) training for combat aircrews, para-rescue personnel, intelligence personnel, battle managers and joint search and rescue center personnel. The Exercise allows combat air forces to practice effective integration/application of air and space power in the search and rescue mission. Training will include night extracts and night ground scenarios at the Playas training facility.
The TMOA will be activated for aircraft and parachute operations involved in the CSAR exercise. Aerial activities will include: combat maneuvering by fighter and transport fixed and rotary wing aircraft, parachute operations, formation flights, rescue escort maneuvering and aerial helicopter refueling. The description of the MOA is as follows:
Roosevelt Lake Temporary MOA, AZ
Boundaries. That airspace within a 10 NM radius of lat. 33°41’57”N., long. 111°03’52”W.
Altitudes. 500 feet AGL to 9,000 feet MSL.
Times of use. By NOTAM, May 9 – 10, 2014.
Controlling agency. FAA Albuquerque ARTCC.
Using agency. U.S. Air Force, 563rd RQG, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
See graphic depiction below.