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  1. Communications Satellite Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) SATCOM Ground Stations Radar Differential GNSS/Integrity Stations Radar Airport Traffic Control Tower (ATCT )Systems NAVAIDs Air/Ground Communications Airport Landing, Weather, Lighting ATB1-1

  2. SERVING AVIATION WITH PRIDE

  3. OBJECTIVES • On an End-of-Lesson Test, and in accordance with FAA Orders 7110.65 and 7210.3, you will identify: • 1. Elements of the National Airspace System (NAS). • 2. Role of the Traffic Management System (TMS) within the NAS. • 3. Purposes and responsibilities of the ATC System. ATB1-2A

  4. OBJECTIVES On an End-of-Lesson Test, and in accordance with FAA Order 7110.65 and 3120.4, and the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), you will identify the primary functions and associated position responsibilities of: 4. Automated Flight Service Station (AFSS). 5. Tower Team. 6. Terminal Radar/Nonradar Team. 7. En Route Sector Team. ATB1-2B

  5. OBJECTIVES On an End-of-Lesson Test and in accordance with FAA Order 7110.65, you will: 8. Identify duty priority, procedural preference, and operational priorities of the air traffic controller. ATB1-2C

  6. AERONAUTICS BRANCH 1926 BUREAU OF AIR COMMERCE 1934 CIVIL AERONAUTICS AUTHORITY 1938 CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION 1940 FEDERAL AVIATION AGENCY 1958 FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION 1967 - PRESENT THE WAY WE WERE ATB1-3

  7. AIR COMMERCE ACT - 1926 PROMOTE AIR COMMERCE LICENSE PILOTS ISSUE AND ENFORCE AIR TRAFFIC RULES AIRWAY CERTIFY AIRWORTHINESS ESTABLISH AIRWAYS/ OPERATE AND MAINTAIN NAVAIDs ATB1-4

  8. CIVIL AERONAUTICS ACT - 1938 ESTABLISHED: • THREE MEMBERS • INVESTIGATED AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS • RECOMMENDED SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS ATB1-5

  9. CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION (CAA) (FORERUNNER OF FAA) REORGANIZATION ACT - 1939 1941 AIRPORT ADVISORY SERVICE GIVEN TO CAA (FORERUNNER TO ATC) ATB1-6

  10. ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS DIRECTLY TO THE PRESIDENT FEDERAL AVIATION ACT - 1958 CAB’s SAFETY/ RULEMAKING FUNCTION (NEW INDEPENDENT AGENCY) ATB1-7

  11. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ACT - 1966 FAA DEALS WITH AVIATION ONLY ATB1-8

  12. FAA ORGANIZATION ATB1-9

  13. ADMINISTRATOR DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR RESEARCH AND ACQUISITIONS REGULATION AND CERTIFICATION AIRPORTS CIVIL AVIATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION COMMERCIAL SPACE TRANSPORTATION AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES ATB1-10

  14. Associate Administrator for Air Traffic Services Air Traffic Service Airway Facilities Service Air Traffic System Requirements Service Office of System Capacity Office of Independent Operational Tests & Evaluations ATB1-11

  15. MONITORS DESIGNATED FAA ACQUISITIONS • CONDUCTS INDEPENDENT OPERATIONAL TESTS AND EVALUATIONS (IOT & E) Office of Independent Operational Tests & Evaluations Air Traffic Service Airway Facilities Service Air Traffic System Requirements Service Office of System Capacity Office of Independent Operational Test & Evaluation ATB1-12A

  16. IDENTIFIES, DEVELOPS, AND IMPLEMENTS PLANS TO INCREASE THE CAPACITY OF THE NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM Office of System Capacity Air Traffic Service Airway Facilities Service Air Traffic System Requirements Service Office of System Capacity Office of Independent Operational Tests & Evaluations ATB1-12B

  17. DEVELOPS COMPREHENSIVE NAS REQUIREMENTS • STUDIES WAYS TO ENSURE OPERATIONALLY EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS Air Traffic Systems Requirements Service Air Traffic Service Airway Facilities Service Air Traffic System Requirements Service Office of System Capacity Office of Independent Operational Tests & Evaluations ATB1-12C

  18. MAINTAINS NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM (NAS) • ON-SITE SYSTEM SPECIALISTS WHO MAINTAIN AND TROUBLESHOOT EQUIPMENT Airway Facilities Service Air Traffic Service Airway Facilities Service Air Traffic System Requirements Service Office of System Capacity Office of Independent Operational Tests & Evaluations ATB1-12D

  19. RESPONSE ITEM Where is the FAA Administrator’s office located? A. New York City, NY B. Oklahoma City, OK C. Washington, DC C. Washington, DC ATB1-13

  20. RESPONSE ITEM Each primary office is managed by a/an A. Director. B. Administrator. C. Associate Administrator. C. Associate Administrator. ATB1-14

  21. AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE Director of Air Traffic Deputy Director of Air Traffic International Staff Evaluation and Investigation Staff Diversity Advocate Chief of Staff Compensation Officer Special Assistant Operations Airspace Resource Field Offices ATB1-15

  22. QUALITY ASSURANCE • COMMAND CENTER • PROCEDURES AT FACILITY LEVEL ATS Operations Operations Airspace Resource Field Offices ATB1-16A

  23. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES (I.E., NOISE ABATEMENT) • NEW FACILITIES • AIRSPACE CLASSIFICATION ATS Airspace Operations Airspace Resource Field Offices ATB1-16B

  24. HIRING AND STAFFING • PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION • EMPLOYEE GRIEVANCES • QUALITY CONTROL • TECHNICAL TRAINING ATS Operations Airspace Resource Resource Field Offices ATB1-16C

  25. LINES OF AUTHORITY/COMMUNICATIONS REGIONS REGIONS AUTHORITY COMMUNICATIONS FIELD FACILITIES FIELD FACILITIES ATB1-17

  26. REGIONS AND REGIONAL OFFICES ANE (New England) Seattle ANM (Northwest Mountain) AGL (Great Lakes) Boston AEA (Eastern) Chicago New York ACE (Central) AWP (Western-Pacific) Kansas City Los Angeles ASO (Southern) Atlanta ASW (Southwest) AAL (Alaska Region) Ft. Worth Anchorage ATB1-18

  27. REGIONAL AIR TRAFFIC DIVISION OFFICE OF THE DIVISION MANAGER QUALITY ASSURANCE STAFF REQUIREMENTS BRANCH AIRSPACE BRANCH OPERATIONS BRANCH RESOURCE MANAGEMENT BRANCH AIR TRAFFIC FIELD FACILITIES ATB1-19

  28. POSITIVE SEPARATION STANDARDS MILES ALTITUDES (FEET) MINUTES ATB1-20

  29. FACILITY COMPLEXITY HIGH COMPLEXITY FACILITY LOW COMPLEXITY FACILITY ATB1-21

  30. AFSS AUTOMATED FLIGHT SERVICE STATION (AFSS) • VFR search and rescue service • Monitor Navigational Aids (NAVAIDs) • Origin of Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs) • Assistance to lost aircraft and aircraft in emergency situations • En route communications • Relay of ATC clearances • Pilot briefings • Broadcast aviation weather and NAS information • Receive and process VFR and IFR flight plans • Airport Advisory Service ATB1-22

  31. AFSS Air Traffic Manager Assistant Air Traffic Manager Administrative Assistant Support Specialist Operational Manager Operational Supervisor Air Traffic Control Specialist ATB1-23

  32. Weather Observer Position Preflight Position Inflight Position Broadcast Position Flight Data/ NOTAM/ Coordinator Position En Route Advisory Service (EFAS) Position AFSS POSITIONS ATB1-24

  33. INFLIGHT POSITION N6456T MOUNTAIN RANGE OBSTRUCTING SIGHT “NOVEMBER SIX FOUR FIVE SIX TANGO, DENVER RADIO, WEATHER IN SALT LAKE CITY…” DENVER AFSS SALT LAKE CITY ATB1-25

  34. RESPONSE ITEM The AFSS position that records meteorological data is the _______ position. A. Preflight B. Weather Observer C. Maintenance B. Weather Observer ATB2-26

  35. RESPONSE ITEM The AFSS position that initiates required search and rescue situations is the_______ position. A. Preflight B. Weather Position C. Flight Data/NOTAM/Coordinator C. Flight Data/NOTAM/Coordinator ATB2-27

  36. RESPONSE ITEM The AFSS position that provides local airport advisories is the ________ position. A. Inflight B. Preflight C. Weather A. Inflight ATB2-28

  37. CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF: DALLAS TO DULLES

  38. TERMINAL FACILITIES AIRPORT TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER (ATCT) Provides ATC service to aircraft operating in the vicinity of the airport or on the movement area TERMINAL RADAR APPROACH CONTROL (TRACON) Provides radar service to approaching, departing, and some en route aircraft ATB1-29

  39. AIR TRAFFIC MANAGER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT (2) OPERATIONS MANAGER SUPPORT MANAGER OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR SUPPORT SPECIALIST (3) AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SPECIALIST TOWER ATB1-30

  40. Ground Controller Flight Data Local Controller TOWER TEAM Tower Associate Clearance Delivery Tower Coordinator ATB1-31

  41. TOWER CAB INTERACTION “CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF.” “CONTINENTAL TWO ZERO FIVE IS ROLLING.” “TAXI TO RUNWAY TWO SEVEN.” LOCAL CONTROLLER TOWER COORDINATOR POSITION GROUND CONTROLLER ATB1-32

  42. RESPONSE ITEM From what facility would you receive landing clearance? A. TRACON B. AFSS C. ATCT C. ATCT ATB1-33

  43. TRACON Air Traffic Manager Assistant Air Traffic Manager Administrative Assistant Administrative Officer Operations Manager Support Manager Operations Supervisor Support Specialist Air Traffic Control Specialist ATB1-34

  44. TERMINAL RADAR TEAM Radar Coordinator Radar Controller Radar Associate Flight Data NOTE: Terminal Nonradar Position is not shown. ATB1-35

  45. AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTER (ARTCC) • Provides ATC service to aircraft on IFR flight plans principally during the en route phase of flight • Provides additional services • Provides separation of air traffic ATB1-36

  46. EN ROUTE Air Traffic Manager Assistant Air Traffic Manager Support Manager (2) Operations Manager (2) Supervisor Traffic Management Coordinator (5-7) Operations Supervisor (7/Area) Support Specialist (up to 28 Includes AS) Air Traffic Control Specialist Traffic Management Coordinator Flight Data Communications Specialist ATB1-37

  47. + + + + EN ROUTE SECTOR TEAM • Radar Flight Data • Radar Coordinator/ Handoff • Radar Associate • Radar NOTE: En Route Nonradar Position is not shown. ATB1-38

  48. TOWER TOWER TOWER TOWER ANASAZI “NOVEMBER ONE FIVE HOTEL LIMA, ANASAZI APPROACH, CLEARED ILS RUNWAY ONE RIGHT APPROACH.” “NOVEMBER ONE FIVE HOTEL LIMA, ANASAZI TOWER, RUNWAY ONE RIGHT, CLEARED TO LAND.” “ROGER.” “NOVEMBER ONE FIVE HOTEL LIMA, SOUTH PARK CENTER, CLEARED TO ANASAZI AIRPORT VIA VICTOR SEVEN.” “NOVEMBER ONE FIVE HOTEL LIMA, SPRINGFIELD RADIO, WEATHER...” “ROGER.” “NOVEMBER ONE FIVE HOTEL LIMA, RIDGEMONT TOWER, RUNWAY FOUR, CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF.” “SPRINGFIELD RADIO, NOVEMBER ONE FIVE HOTEL LIMA, REQUEST WEATHER FOR ANASAZI.” “ROGER.” “NOVEMBER ONE FIVE HOTEL LIMA, RIDGEMONT DEPARTURE, RADAR CONTACT...” “ROGER.” RIDGEMONT ATB1-39

  49. TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Balance traffic demand System capacity with ATB1-40

  50. TYING AMERICA TOGETHER