5-3-4. TERMINAL AUTOMATION SYSTEMS IDENTIFICATION METHODS

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  • 5-3-4. TERMINAL AUTOMATION SYSTEMS IDENTIFICATION METHODS

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    1. Consider an auto-acquired aircraft as identified when the data block is displayed and is visible to you, and one of the following conditions exist:
      1. The radar or beacon identification procedures have been used to confirm the identity of the tagged target.
      2. The aircraft is being handed off using a NAS automated system and one of the following does not appear in the data block: “CST”, “NAT”, “NT”, “AMB”, “OLD”, “NB”, “TU”, “AM”, “OL”, or “TRK”.
    2. Use the data block to maintain target identity unless it is in a coast status or displaced from the appropriate target.
    3. A displaced data block must be updated at all times.
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