CIN:   C-222-2019
TITLE:
AMPHIBIOUS AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTER OPERATIONS
STATUS:
A
STATUS DATE:
4/8/1994
DATA CURRENT AS OF: 5/29/2002
COURSE LENGTH: 40
COURSE SECURITY: NO CLEARANCE REQUIRED
TYPE COURSE:
C1 ENLISTED NEC
SKILL AWARD:
NEC 6903 Amphibious Air Traffic Control Center Controller EFF DATE: 13-OCT-1995  x
PURPOSE:
To provide selected Air Traffic Control personnel with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform amphibious air traffic control operations readiness, watch station, and system operation functions during amphibious air operation evolutions.
SCOPE:
The course covers the organization, directives, rules, procedures, phraseology and equipment related to an Amphibious Air Traffic Control Center (AATCC) and amphibious air operations. Topics include: Overview of Amphibious Operations; Amphibious Task Force Organization and Command Relationships; an overview of Tactical Air Control Squadron (TACRON) Operations and how they relate to operations in an AATCC; Ship Organization including pre-deployment requirements; Overview of Amphibious Air Operations including OC division responsibilities to include equipment and pre-launch brief, publications, charts, and messages used during amphibious air operations including publication and use of the Daily Air Plan; Charts used in an AATCC and airspace concerns; Watchstation duties and responsibilities in AATCC; Amphibious Air Traffic Control Doctrine; Departure, Assault, and Recovery procedures, both Helicopter and V/STOL, during Case I, II, and III Operations; Amphibious Air Traffic Control related equipment (including AATCC radars, DAIR system, status boards, and internal/external communications); a lab indoctrination on the use of the voice activated Advanced Shipboard Air Traffic Control System (ASATS) including an overview of training scenarios and voice enrollment. The major portion of the course is spent in the AATCC lab performing all watchstation/system operations functions under simulated operational conditions.
PREREQUISITES:
COURSE=222-2010, AC A1 and

OTHER=Must possess a current NAVMED 6410/2 Clearance Notice (AERONAUTICAL) signed by a Naval Flight Surgeon. and

RATE=AC
TRAINING PROGRAM COORDINATOR (TPC):
RESOURCE SPONSOR: N78
TRAINING PROGRAM MANAGER: