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CATCC

CARRIER AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTER

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METOC

METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY

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CDC

COMBAT DIRECTION CENTER

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CVIC

CARRIER INTELLIGENCE CENTER

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WHAT WORK CENTERS MAKEUP CATCC?

CARRIER CONTROLLED APPROACH (CCA) AND AIR OPS

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WHAT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE AIR OPS WORK CENTER?

COORDINATING ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO AIR OPS INCLUDING THE PROPER OPERATION OF OF THE CATCC.

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WHAT POSITIONS ARE MANNED IN AIR OPS DURING FLIGHT OPS?

AIR OPS OFFICER
ASSISTANT AIR OPS OFFICER
AIR OPS SUPERVISOR
LAND/LAUNCH RECORD KEEPER
PLOTTER

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WHAT IS THE JOB OF THE AIR OPS OFFICER?

RESPONSIBLE TO OPS OFFICER FOR COORDINATING ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO FLIGHT OPERATIONS ,CATCC, AND SHALL DETERMINE TYPE OF APPROACH AND REQUIRED DEGREE OF CONTROL.

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WHAT IS THE JOB OF THE AIR OPS SUPERVISOR?

ENSURES CORRECT DISPLAY OF ALL INFORMATION IN AIR OPS AND TO COORDINATE AS NECESSARY ALL BINGO/ DIVERT AIRCRAFT WITH THE APPROPRIATE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL AUTHORITIES AND SHIPBOARD ENTITIES.

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WHAT IS THE JOB OF THE LAUNCH/LAND RECORD KEEPER?

UPDATES THE ISIS

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WHAT IS THE JOB OF THE PLOTTER?

UPDATES NEAR LAND AND DIVERT FIELD BEARING AND DISTANCE, DISPLAYING THE WEATHER FOT THE SHIP AND DIVERT FIELDS, AND SUBMITS A PRE LAUNCH BRIEF 2.5 HOURS PRIOR TO EACH RECOVERY.

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WHAT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CCA WORK CENTER?

RESPONSIBLE FOR OPERATIONAL CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT DEPARTING THE SHIP AND RECOVERY OF INBOUND AIRCRAFT AFTER A MISSION.

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WHAT STATIONS ARE MANNED IN CCA DURING FLIGHT OPS?

DEPARTURE CONTROL
MARSHAL CONTROL
APPROACH CONTROL
FINAL CONTROL

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DEPARTURE CONTROL

CONTROLS DEPARTING AIRCRAFT DURING CASE 1,2,AND 3. ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR MONITORING LOCATION AND PACKAGE STATUS OF TANKER AIRCRAFT.

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MARSHAL CONTROL

CONTROLS INBOUND AIRCRAFT DURING CASE 1,2,AND 3. CONTROL PROVIDED BETWEEN INITIAL PILOT CONTACT AND TRANSFER TO PRI FLY FOR CASE 1, OR APPROACH CONTROL DURING CASE 2 AND 3.

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MARSHAL STACK

BEGINS AT 21 NM OUT AND 6000 FT ALTITUDE.

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APPROACH CONTROL

CONTROLS AIRCRAFT ON APPROACH DURING CASE 2 AND 3. MAINTAINS APPROPRIATE INTERVAL BETWEEN AIRCRAFT AND ENSURES FIRST AIRCRAFT MAKES THE RAMP TIME.

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FINAL CONTROL

CONTROLS AIRCRAFT ON FINAL APPROACH DURING CASE 3 UNTIL TRANSFER TO LSO OR THE AIRCRAFT REACHES 3/4 MILE.

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WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF METOC?

COLLECTS,INTERPRETS, AND DISSEMINATES WEATHER INFORMATION.MAINTAINS CONSTANT CONTACT WITH CATCC DUE TO IMPACT OF WEATHER ON FLIGHT OPS.

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CASE 1

CEILING AND VISIBILITY NO LOWER THAN 3000 FT AND 5 NM RESPECTIVELY

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CASE 2

CEILING 1000-3000 AND VISIBILITY 5 NM

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CASE 3

CEILING BELOW 1000 NM AND VISIBILITY 5 NM. OR A NIGHTIME DEPARTURE OR RECOVERY(30 MIN AFTER SUNSET OR 30 MIN BEFORE SUNRISE.

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CDC

COMBAT DIRECTION CENTER. KEEPS CO AWARE OF TACTICAL SITUATION AND RECOMMEND COURSES OF ACTION BY COLLECTING, PROCESSING, DISPLAYING AND EVALUATING TACTICAL INFORMATION IN A TIMELY MANNER.

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STRIKE OPS

COORDINATES WITH WARFARE COMMANDERS , AIR OPS, CDC, AND AIR DEPARTMENT TO ENSURE SORTIES ARE SUCCESSFUL. DETERMINES WHAT ORDNANCE WILL BE USED IN SORTIES.

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WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF CVIC?

SUPPLIES THE CO,EMBARKED STAFFS, AND AIR WING WITH TACTICAL INFORMATION.

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WHAT DIVISIONS MAKEUP CVIC?

-OZ(DAY TO DAY OP OF CVIC AND SUPPLOT SPACES. INTELLIGENCE SPECIALISTS IS'S, ET'S, AND INTERIOR COMMS SPECIALISTS.IC'S)
-OS( COMMUNICATION: CRYPTOLOGIC SPECIALISTS CT'S)
-OP(PHOTOGRAPHY)

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TARPS

TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE POD SYSTEM

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AN/SPN 41

BULLSEYE. MEASURES AZIMUTH AND ELEVATION OF APPROACHING AIRCRAFT, AND RELAYS TO AIRCRAFT TO TELL PILOT INDICATION OF WHERE THE AIRCRAFT IS IN RELATION TO THE PROPER GLIDE SLOPE TO LAND.

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AN/SPN 46

PRECISION APPROACH LANDING SYSTEM(PALS) OR EASY RIDER. ALLOWS PILOTS TO USE INSTRUMENT APPROACH UNDER EITHER MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC CONTROL.PROVIDES CONTINUOUS AZIMUTH AND ELEVATION TO AIRCRAFT AND SHIPBOARD CONTROLLERS.

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METOC

METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY