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DAA 14/32 ATIS 128.175 Twr 126.3 Gnd 121.9 TPA 1500’/74’ Potomac Appr 119.85/118.95. 155 9 nm 5:00. 120 22 nm 13:00. 102 5 nm 3:00. 069 12 nm 7:00. Leg 1. OTT 113.7. 10. 5. 5. 10. Latas. 2W5. 5. 15. 10. 10. HEF 34/16 TWR 133.1 GND 121.8 ATIS 125.175

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DAA 14/32

ATIS 128.175

Twr 126.3

Gnd 121.9

TPA 1500’/74’

Potomac Appr

119.85/118.95

155

9 nm

5:00

120

22 nm

13:00

102

5 nm

3:00

069

12 nm

7:00

Leg 1

OTT

113.7

10

5

5

10

Latas

2W5

5

15

10

10

HEF 34/16

TWR 133.1

GND 121.8

ATIS 125.175

Next Flt 128.9

TPA 1200’/85’

Potomac Appr

124.65 / 120.82

FSS 122.6 leesburg

15

5

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W29rwy 11/29

CTAF 123.0

TPA 1200’/15’

Potomac Appr

119.0R/124.55

122.6 leesburg

061

25 nm

14:00

Leg 2 (to W29)

20

ANPrwy 30/12

CTAF 122.9

TPA 1034’/34’

Potomac 119.7

122.3 leesburg

10

10

20

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041

16 nm

9:00

Leg 2 (to ANP)

ANPrwy 30/12

CTAF 122.9

TPA 1034’/34’

Potomac 119.7

122.3 leesburg

15

5

10

10

5

15

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W29rwy 11/29

CTAF 123.0

TPA 1200’/15’

Potomac Appr

119.0R/124.55

122.6 leesburg

17

16

15

14

13

12

1

2

4

5

6

7

8

10

11

3

Bridge Local Flying Area

ANPrwy 30/12

CTAF 122.9

TPA 1034’/34’

Potomac 119.7

122.3 leesburg

9

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Sortie Time CPF (tactical) Code

Friday 1 1400-1700 1801 5126

2 1700-2000 1802 “

Saturday 1 0700-1130 1801 “

2 1130-1600 1802 “

Sunday 1 1400-1700 1801 “

2 1700-2000 1802 “

  • Departure Procedures – Obtain a weather briefing and amend the pre-stored flight plan by calling Leesburg Flight Service. Explain to the briefer that you are amending a pre-stored ADIZ flight plan. Contact the FRO and obtain a release as a C-18 mission. Upon release or contact with Potomac, tell the controller you have a pre-assigned 5126 code.
  • Flight Profile – Fly to the Patrol area at the appropriate altitude, using the assigned tactical callsign and code. Upon entering the Bridge Patrol operations area, drop to 1,300 ft AGL, 90 Knots. Report “on Patrol” to Bridge ops
  • DC aircraft will depart DAA using DC Wing’s normal FRZ procedures (call sign and squawk and NCRCC calls etc…….). Aircraft will proceed to Bay Bridge, land, activate Bridge Patrol “canned” flight plan with Leesburg and assume MD Wing call sign and code. To return home, reverse the procedures
  • Weather
  • Visibility – not less than 4 miles for non-instrument rated pilots and 3 miles for current instrument pilots
  • Ceiling – not less than 2,000 msl, no negative trend
  • Wind – not more than 25 kts, 15 kts crosswind or aircraft POH limit, at any landing airport
  • Communications
  • Maintain constant communications with Potomac TRACON on the assigned frequency. Reports to Bridge Ops will be on CAP channel 40 or the preprogrammed Bridge channel. Monitor guard on 121.5 and, on the eastern side of the patrol, W29 traffic on 123.0. Bay Patrol Duty Officer will be available CAP channel 4, for any required ground coordReport into Bridge Command every 20 minutes
  • Frequencies
  • CAP primary – channel 4
  • CAP secondary – 122.9
  • Bridge Operations – CAP channel 40 or the preprogrammed channel
  • Bay Bridge Airport – 123.0
  • West ADIZ approach – 125.52
  • East ADIZ approach – 124.55
  • Potomac TRACON, usual in the Bay area – 119.0 or 119.7
  • Phone contacts
  • Martin Mission Base – 410-686-7432
  • Annapolis Mission Base – 410-956-3618
  • Bridge Operations – 410-295-8157
  • Bridge Patrol State Contact – 443-829-5646
  • Leesburg Flight Service – 1-866-225-7410
  • Potomac TRACON – 866-429-5882 or 540-349-8478
  • USCG Ops 410-876-2525
  • MD Dept of Natural Resources Marine Police 410-260-8888
  • Bridge Patrol officer– 410-526-5358 or 540-219-5447 (Maryland Wing DO) [email protected] (Maj William Parris)Bridge Patrol FRO (Lt Ron Lane) 410-282-8091 or 410-382-9626
  • .
  • DC aircraft radios are programmed differently so ensure you obtain the proper radio frequency from the FRO prior to departure as Ch 40 does not correlate among aircraft.
  • Cancellations: Notify Bridge Patrol Project Officer/MDWG A3 (DO)
  • Upon Mission completion E-mail flight time, fuel amount and cost to the Bay Bridge Patrol Officer
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Bay Bridge W29 Noise Abatement Procedures

Rwy 11 base 1 NM fm shore

Rwy 29 Crosswind: 1 NM from Shore

Water Tower

Rwy 29 Crosswind is 2 NM

Rwy 11 takeoff:

Turn 20 deg right

When able

Rwy 29 Base Leg is 1 NM

Runway 29/11

Elevation: 15’

Pattern Alt: 1215’

Rwy 11 Preferred

AWOS 120.575

1-410-643-8795

CTAF: 123.0

Potomac: 119.0

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