2-2-1. RECORDING INFORMATION

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  • 2-2-1. RECORDING INFORMATION

    1. Record flight plan information required by the type of flight plan and existing circumstances. Use authorized abbreviations when possible.

      NOTE: Generally, all military overseas flights are required to clear through a specified military base operations office (BASOPS). Pilots normally will not file flight plans directly with an FAA facility unless a BASOPS is not available. BASOPS will, in turn, forward the IFR flight notification message to the appropriate center.

    2. ENROUTE. When flight plans are filed directly with the center, record all items given by the pilot either on a flight progress strip/flight data entry or on a voice recorder. If the latter, enter in box 26 of the initial flight progress strip the sector or position number to identify where the information may be found in the event search and rescue (SAR) activities become necessary.
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