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  • Created by: Holk Weise [email_address] 704-319-7057
  • The continuous tracking of aircraft movement by an ATC facility in support of the Department of Homeland Security, DoD, or other security elements in the interest of national security via RADAR (i.e. RADAR tracking) or other means (e.g. manual tracking) without providing basic RADAR services (including traffic advisories) or other ATC services not defined in this section.

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  • Presented to:By:Date:Federal AviationAdministrationAir DefenseIdentification Zone(ADIZ) – The CourseSpecial Use Airspace (SUA) andTemporary Flight RestrictedAirspace (TFR) Segment
  • June 25, 2013 2 2Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Agenda• CHAPTER 1 - SYSTEM DESCRIPTION– What is the Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ)?– Special Use Airspace and Temporary Flight Restricted Area (SUA/TFR)• CHAPTER 2 - ADIZ EQUIPMENT & PROCEDURES– ADIZ Standards, Ingress/Egress Procedures and Exceptions (POTOMACCONSOLIDATED TRACON (PCT) controlled)• CHAPTER 3 - TRAINING– Special awareness rule affecting pilots who fly in the vicinity of the ADIZ– Navigating the New *DC ADIZ course on FAASafety.gov. (District of Columbia)• CHAPTER 4 - RISK ASSESSMENT & MITIGATION– Risk Mitigation through System Design, Risk Assessment & Controls, Trainingand Communication.– Flight training organizations and individuals• CHAPTER 5 - AVIATION SAFETY REPORTING SYSTEM (ASRS)– Voluntary Reporting and Feedback Systems
  • Presented to:By:Date:Federal AviationAdministrationCHAPTER 1 - SystemDescriptionSpecial Use and TemporaryFlight Restricted Airspace
  • June 25, 2013 4 4Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Special Use Airspace• Prohibited and Restricted Areas regulated under 14 CFR Part73– Will result in pilot deviation if transgressed– Prohibited areas – no operation permitted at any time– Restricted areas – hours of operation and frequency listed onIFR/VFR chart-panel• Warning Area (Caution Advised)– Extends 3-miles outward from the U.S. Coast– Activity may be hazardous to non-participating aircraft• Military Operating Areas (Extreme Caution Advised)– DOD authorized to operate in excess of 250knots, low-level, andaerobatic maneuvers within MOA– Pilots should exercise extreme caution and contact FSS/ATC todetermine hours of operation• Alert Area (Responsible for Collision Avoidance)– High volume pilot training
  • June 25, 2013 5 5Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Special Use Airspace• Controlled Firing Areas (CFA)– Contains activities if not conducted in a controlledenvironment could be hazardous to aircraft.– Spotter aircraft, radar and ground lookout positionsare used to alert the CFA that an aircraft isapproaching
  • June 25, 2013 6 6Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Temporary Flight Restrictions• Purposes for protection of persons andproperty in the air or on the surface– Protection associated with incident on the surface– Operation of disaster-relief aircraft– Unsafe congestion of sightseeing aircraft– Protect declared National disasters in State ofHawaii– Protect Presidential and other public figures– Safe environment for Space-Agency operations
  • Presented to:By:Date:Federal AviationAdministrationSystem DescriptionAir Defense IdentificationZone (ADIZ)
  • June 25, 2013 8 8Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Airmans Information Manual (AIM)All references are to the ‘Onshore ADIZ’ located inWashington D.C.
  • June 25, 2013 9 9Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008‘Offshore’ and ‘Onshore’ ADIZ procedures arestarkly different – yet both are referenced inthe Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM)
  • June 25, 2013 10 10Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008System Description - ADIZON-LAND ADIZ EXISTS IN WASHINGTON DC – ONLY• Border is 30NM radius of the DCA/VOR, WashingtonDC– Speed restrictions 180KIAS to 30NM and 230KIAS to 60NM– Specific procedures for Leesburg Airport and Maneuveringarea and fringe airports (6-airports)• Ingress/Egress procedures– Airport Facility Directory Northeast (AFD)– Sector frequencies and radials on reverse side of WashingtonTerminal Area Chart– Online training at FAASafety.gov required by new rule FAR91.161
  • June 25, 2013 11 11Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008EffectiveEffective8/30/07 New8/30/07 NewADIZ – 30NMADIZ – 30NMDCA VORDCA VOR
  • June 25, 2013 12 12Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008WOOLYWOOLY GateGatePALEOPALEOGateGateWHINOWHINOGateGateBRVBRVGateGateFLUKYFLUKY GateGateJASENJASENGateGateLUCKELUCKEGateGateGRUBYGRUBYInterstate 95Interstate 95Interstate 270Interstate 270VA Route 7VA Route 7VA Route 29VA Route 29West side ofWest side ofLunga ReservoirLunga ReservoirWestern boundaryWestern boundaryPotomac River /Potomac River /Widewater BeachWidewater BeachNorthern boundaryNorthern boundaryWicomico RiverWicomico RiverBoundary abeamBoundary abeamChesapeake BeachChesapeake BeachDCA341RDCA341RAML023RAML023RBAL023RBAL023RDCA047RDCA047ROTT107ROTT107RDCA120RDCA120ROTT205ROTT205RDCA173RDCA173RDCA310RDCA310RDCA270RDCA270RDCA237RDCA237RAML193RAML193RDCA215RDCA215R126.75126.75132.775132.775126.75126.75132.775132.775125.12125.1255127.325127.325127.325127.325127.325127.325125.125125.125FDK175RFDK175RAML341RAML341RAML233RAML233RBRV336RBRV336RBRVBRV029R029RCSN054RCSN054RMRB150RMRB150R 127.325127.325Rev 8/17/0712:50PMWashingtonSectional(Reverse-side)
  • June 25, 2013 13 13Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • June 25, 2013 14 14Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Higher Level MonitoringThe FAA has promised thesecurity folks to do ‘higherlevel monitoring’
  • June 25, 2013 15 15Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Higher Level MonitoringEvery VFR track in theADIZ must becontinuously accountedfor…
  • June 25, 2013 16 16Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008NewNew SECURITY SERVICESSECURITY SERVICES PositionsPositions– Pilot must file a separate VFR flight plan for‘extra-ADIZ’ services– Pilot should verify intentions with the controller
  • June 25, 2013 17 17Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008• ADIZ EASTADIZ EAST– Chesapeake (BWI) area 132.775Chesapeake (BWI) area 132.775• ADIZ SOUTHADIZ SOUTH– Mount Vernon (DCA) area 125.125Mount Vernon (DCA) area 125.125• ADIZ WESTADIZ WEST– Shenandoah (SHD) area 127.325Shenandoah (SHD) area 127.325NewNew SECURITY SERVICESSECURITY SERVICES PositionsPositions
  • June 25, 2013 18 18Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008•ADIZ traffic onlyADIZ traffic only•No Class BNo Class B•No FFNo FF•IFRIFR•Class BClass B•FlightFlight FollowingFollowingSECURITY SERVICESSECURITY SERVICES POSITIONPOSITION
  • June 25, 2013 19 19Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008CHPCHPMTVMTVSHDSHD
  • June 25, 2013 20 20Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ATC Security Positions – SummaryATC Security Positions – Summary• No ATCNo ATC basic radar servicesbasic radar services or flightor flightfollowingfollowing• No ATC IFRNo ATC IFR separationseparation or VFRor VFR flightflightfollowingfollowing servicesservices• ““Transponder Observed” doesTransponder Observed” does notnot convey ATCconvey ATCservices are providedservices are provided• Controllers must report loss/intermittent ModeControllers must report loss/intermittent ModeC,C, suspicious activitysuspicious activity or destination changeor destination change
  • June 25, 2013 21 21Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ATC Security Positions - ExpandedATC Security Positions - Expanded• A separate VFR Flight Plan must be filed forA separate VFR Flight Plan must be filed forflight following or separation services uponflight following or separation services uponexiting the ADIZexiting the ADIZ• Instrument Qualified, equipped and current? –Instrument Qualified, equipped and current? –go IFR!go IFR!– Do not depart on a 1200 Code – EVER!!Do not depart on a 1200 Code – EVER!!
  • June 25, 2013 22 22Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ATC Security Terminology – “TransponderATC Security Terminology – “TransponderObserved”Observed”• The aircraft’s assigned beacon code andThe aircraft’s assigned beacon code andposition has been observed.position has been observed.• Pilots who hear this transmission should notPilots who hear this transmission should notexpect or assume any ATC servicesexpect or assume any ATC services• The term conveys the transponder reply isThe term conveys the transponder reply isobserved and itsobserved and its position correlatedposition correlated forformovement through security airspacemovement through security airspace..
  • June 25, 2013 23 23Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Security Tracking ProceduresSecurity Tracking Procedures(Controllers)(Controllers)• Maintain radio communications with all aircraftMaintain radio communications with all aircraftoperating within the DC ADIZ.operating within the DC ADIZ.• Report loss of communications.Report loss of communications.• Continuously trackContinuously track all DC ADIZ aircraft toall DC ADIZ aircraft toensure that they squawk the assignedensure that they squawk the assignedtransponder code with altitude.transponder code with altitude.• Report intermittent or loss of Mode C.Report intermittent or loss of Mode C.• Report any suspicious activity or unannouncedReport any suspicious activity or unannouncedchange of destination.change of destination.
  • June 25, 2013 24 24Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008• Security positions will be checking…….Security positions will be checking…….– Deviation from assigned course/altitudeDeviation from assigned course/altitude– Radio FailureRadio Failure– Loss of RADAR trackLoss of RADAR track– Transponder Failure or EquipmentTransponder Failure or EquipmentMalfunctionMalfunctionSecurity Tracking Positions–Security Tracking Positions–Summary of ResponsibilitiesSummary of Responsibilities
  • June 25, 2013 25 25Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • June 25, 2013 26 26Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • June 25, 2013 27 27Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • June 25, 2013 28 28Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • June 25, 2013 29 29Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008JYOA009 08
  • Presented to:By:Date:Federal AviationAdministrationCHAPTER 2 - ADIZEquipment &ProceduresSpecial Terms & Procedures,Ingress/Egress and StandardRequirements
  • June 25, 2013 31 31Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Equipment and Procedures• STANDARD EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES– Two way radio– Operating Transponder/C– ADIZ flight plan: except Towered Pattern and Fringe Airport exiting• LEESBURG AND FRINGE AIRPORTS (non-towered)– Discrete code except :– JYO Outbound 1226 /X Inbound 1227 /X– Fringe airport outbound 1205– Towered Pattern 1234• LEESBURG AND FRINGE AIRPORTS (non-towered)– Two way communication with ATC except:– JYO uses CTAF– Fringe monitor Guard (121.5)– Non-Towered Pattern work use CTAF AND monitor guard
  • June 25, 2013 32 32Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • June 25, 2013 33 33Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • June 25, 2013 34 34Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • June 25, 2013 35 35Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • June 25, 2013 36 36Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • Presented to:By:Date:Federal AviationAdministrationCHAPTER 3 - SafetyAwareness Rule(FAR 91.161)Training Course, Certificateand Surveillance
  • June 25, 2013 38 38Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008New ADIZ Training Requirement• SUMMARY: The FAA is requiring ``special awareness training forany pilot who flies under visual flight rules (VFR) within a 60-nautical-mile (NM) radius of the Washington, DC VHF omni-directional range/ distance measuring equipment (DCA VOR/DME).• DATES: This final rule is effective on February 9, 2009
  • June 25, 2013 39 39Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Approved Training Site –FAASafety.govThis training has been developed and provided bythe FAA on its www.FAASafety.gov Web site andfocuses primarily on training pilots on theprocedures for flying in and around theWashington, DC Metropolitan Area DefenseIdentification Zone (ADIZ) and the Washington, DCMetropolitan Area Flight Restricted Zone (FRZ).
  • June 25, 2013 40 40Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ADIZ Special Awareness - Rule– PIC/SIC operating VFR within 60NM of WashingtonDC VORTAC– Complete ADIZ Special Awareness Training, and;– Download and Print the Certificate of completion– Only online training at FAASafety.gov approved– Excludes Pt. 121 & Pt. 135 ambulance operations,the U.S. Armed Forces or a Law EnforcementAgency
  • June 25, 2013 41 41Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Inspection of Certificate of Training• 14 CFR 91.161(c ) Inspection of trainingcompletion– Must present upon request to FAA, NTSB; Federal,State or local Law Enforcement office; or authorizedrepresentative of TSA– Verify by pilot number in SPANS
  • June 25, 2013 42 42Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ADIZ Course Completion Certificate
  • June 25, 2013 43 43Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Steps to obtain ADIZ SpecialAwareness Training• Register your e-mail address on FAASafety.gov toobtain an account Select Advanced Learning Center
  • June 25, 2013 44 44Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Steps to obtain ADIZ SpecialAwareness Training Enter ‘Navigating the New DC ADIZ’ on keywordsearch Select the ‘view course’ link Navigating the NewDC ADIZ - Course Table of Contents “Click here to go to my courses” to resume anycourses you are currently enrolled in
  • June 25, 2013 45 45Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Training – Completed but need toprint the Certificate? Log-in to FAASafety.gov account Select ‘My Courses’ on ‘MyFAASafety.gov’ page Choose the link to the course title you desire– The certificate page allows you to download and print a copy ofyour certificate of completion in two sizes – wallet size and8.5” x 11” regular award size
  • Presented to:By:Date:Federal AviationAdministrationCHAPTER 4 - RiskAssessment &MitigationFlight Standards (AFS-800 and FAASTeam)
  • June 25, 2013 47 47Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Pilot Deviation by Type - Oct 07 - June 0815 18 9 13 13 16 12 16 1643563645 44 48 4460 5556372329 3042 54504479575672 6367106107665644344641423862524335223624402950531011691062144050100150200250300350400Oct-07 Nov-07 Dec-07 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Apr-08 May-08 Jun-08Surface PD not RI Surface PD RIAir Type not reported Alt bustCourse Dev Airspace ClearenceOther Types
  • June 25, 2013 48 48Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ADIZ pilot deviations – 2003 to 2007208194118 118200291314190152166 1631267611297158 15811663510501001502002503003501ST QTR 2ND QTR 3RD QTR 4TH QTRCY03CY04CY05CY06CY07DC ADIZ* Breaches by QuarterCY-03 thru CY-07*Includes P56 & FRZ
  • June 25, 2013 49 49Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Airspace Incursions, Minus ADIZAirspace Violations Minus ADIZ:October, 2007 through June, 200836281827192518374501020304050OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN
  • June 25, 2013 50 50Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Washington, D.C. ADIZ Violations7 749615121380246810121416OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNAirspace Incursions, ADIZ Only
  • June 25, 2013 51 51Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008So – what are we going to doabout it?Bottom Line: Trends are increasingacross the board.This is unacceptable.
  • June 25, 2013 52 52Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Flight Standards Action1) Enhanced Awareness: Increase/reemphasizeawareness and importance of PDs, their preventionand useful data collection when they do occur2) Data Acquisition: Develop methodology(s) foracquiring useful data on causes driving PDs3) Determine Root Cause: Analysis of acquired datato determine root causes (FAASTeam Action)4) Create Solutions: Develop and implementsolutions derived from root cause analysesFlight Standards Will Confront the Issue on Four Fronts:
  • June 25, 2013 53 53Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008The Air Defense IdentificationZone/Temporary Flight Restriction• ADIZ System Design, Development and RiskControls– Analyze the System– Assess the Risk– Establish Control Measures– Determine Control Effectiveness– Provide Continuous Improvement throughcommunication feedback and education
  • June 25, 2013 54 54Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Risk ManagementProcess
  • June 25, 2013 55 55Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Definition of a Hazard• A Hazard is a condition thatresults in a consequence• Looking at in another way – “A poor workplacecondition becomes a hazard when it has thepotential to cause an error or failure resulting inan undesired consequence..”
  • June 25, 2013 56 56Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Identifying Hazards in the ADIZ• Workplace Conditions (S-H-E-L-L) “Toolsneeded to get the job done”– Training and Currency; GPS-Software, Manuals,Checklists and SOPs– Aircraft and Equipment, Computers and Phones– Terrain, FBO, Day/Night Operation, Other Aircraft– Clerk/Dispatcher; ATC, FSS, FBO-Personnel andPilots, Chief Flight Instructor
  • June 25, 2013 57 57Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Identifying Hazards in the ADIZ• System Process – Task analysis– Performance of activity/s necessary tooperate in the ADIZ– ADIZ Flight Plan– Communicate with ATC– Activate Mode-C Transponder
  • June 25, 2013 58 58Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Risk Analysis• Likelihood = ‘Potential for Harm’ whenapplied to your operation– Familiarity and Proximity to ADIZ– Age of Fleet and Type of Installed Equipment– SOPs, Checklists and Manuals current for the Typeof Operation– Training Currency and Applicability– ADIZ Service Providers; FSS and ATC
  • June 25, 2013 59 59Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Assessing the Risk in ADIZOperations• Special Reports, Public Forums/InternalFeedback “How can the Process Fail?” “What makes life hard for Us?” ‘3 R’s’ – “Who does What for Us?” (Roles,Responsibilities and Relationships)
  • June 25, 2013 60 60Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ADIZ System Defenses• Charts, Procedures and Checklists– FAASafety.gov• Training and Education– FAASTeam Work Program, Online Learning Library,ATC Open House• FSS Briefings– Telephone, Computer and DUATS service
  • June 25, 2013 61 61Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Common Errors in the ADIZ• “Early Rollover” to 1200 transponder code• Know your transponder:– Default setting in many digital transponders is 1200– Avoid inadvertent entry of 1200 code when selecting anothercode– Recycle all four-digits when entering a new transponder code– Failure to set transponder to Mode-C (Alt) on takeoff• Loss of situational awareness due to increased stressand task-load• Negative Habit transfer from long-term reinforced habitpatterns
  • June 25, 2013 62 62Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Risk Factors in Temporary FlightRestricted Areas• Temporary Flight Restrictions are briefed by– NOTAM by FSS Briefers, DUATS and online NOTAM sites(tfr.faa.gov); Static nature of briefings– May NOT capture all NOTAMS for period of flight. Dynamicnature of airspace changes– ‘pop-up’ at random locations and times• Workplace factors to account for……………– TFR coincides with time and location of planned flight– TFR expands borders of charted Prohibited and/or Special UseAirspace (P-40 & Thurmont MD)– Navigation equipment does not display airspacedevelopments in ‘real-time’
  • June 25, 2013 63 63Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008National Security & InterceptProcedures• Review AIM 5-6-3 Intercept Procedures forfixed-wing and rotor-wing aircraft– Monitor Guard (121.5) at all times– U.S. Coast Guard uses helicopters to intercept– Be prepared to establish radio communications tofollow instructions– If interceptor is UHF equipped be prepared to usenavigation light signals– Printout and retain copy of procedures
  • June 25, 2013 64 64Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008
  • June 25, 2013 65 65Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ADIZ Risk Controls andEffectiveness – ‘Top Down’• Are the procedures working well for what they weredesigned? (risk mitigation?)• Are the agencies (FAA, NCRCC, NTSB) meeting withindustry to discuss the design effectiveness?• Is the Operator Management periodically reviewingchecklists, Standard Operating Procedures andManuals for changes?• Is the Operator holding regular pilot meetings to reviewand discuss updates in training and manuals andSOPs?
  • June 25, 2013 66 66Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Communication and Training• Internal Feedback from Flight Instructors and Public– Are the ADIZ Procedures, Level of Training and Educationeffective?• External Feedback – Database (ASRS & FAA)– FPMs ADIZ Observations and Oversight Actions result inReduction in Pilot Deviations?• Adherence to Flight Restrictions and Procedures– Feedback from Government/Agencies– Increased System Controls and Defenses– Reduction/Increase in Pilot Freedom/s– Increase in ATC workload?
  • Presented to:By:Date:Federal AviationAdministrationCHAPTER 5 - AviationSafety ReportingSystem (ASRS)Non-Punitive Information ReportingSystem - Aviation Safety ReportingProgram (ASRP)
  • June 25, 2013 68 68Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ASRS Online Database• (a) Database Query for specific criteria• (b) Database Reports Sets for report sets bygroup
  • June 25, 2013 69 69Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ASRS Online Database
  • June 25, 2013 70 70Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ASRS Online Database
  • June 25, 2013 71 71Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ASRS Online Database - Query
  • June 25, 2013 72 72Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ASRS Online Database - Query
  • June 25, 2013 73 73Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ASRS Online Database – Query
  • June 25, 2013 74 74Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ASRS Report Sets
  • June 25, 2013 75 75Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ASRS Report Sets
  • June 25, 2013 76 76Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008ASRS Report Sets
  • June 25, 2013 77 77Federal AviationAdministration<ADIZ, SUA & TFR – The Course. Rev 0>November 11, 2008Report Set Findings• Penetration of Prohibited Airspace (50report-set)– 26 ADIZ-related Reports– Majority filed for ‘waiver of sanction’ protection– ASRS receives over 33,000 reports annually– Ca. 1/10thor 3000 reports are entered into thedatabase• Specific ADIZ issues reported– Low flight-hours combined with multitasking– Deviation from standard procedures, or request for ‘non-standard’ service– Lack of familiarity with area and procedures