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Term: Need for Air Movement Data Definition: Air movement data provides a warning to the AD System resulting in quicker and more efficient identification. Term: Sources of Air Movement Data Definition: Flights plans, FPDS, Electronic Data Display Update System, Totes, Signals, ATO, NOTAM, FLYPRO, AEW Tasking, EW Tasking, M-ALFENS, STARS, Intelligence, SITREP. Term: When are Flight Plans filed? Definition: Can be filed for any flight but must be filed for the following: in CAS with IMC at night, in CAS under IFR, Class D and C, Class A, Flights crossing the UK FIR boundary, Flights using Air Traffic Advisory Service. Term: ADNC Roles Definition: To provide information on the movement of civil and military aircraft in accordance with AD requirements and to assist in tracing Unidentified aircraft.
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Term: RFI/Query Definition: RFI=Routine request to find info on an aircraft. Query=More urgent request where ADNC drop everything else and focus on getting info. Term: Handover/Takeover Format Definition: AOR-System Serviceability-QRA-MRTs-MRTs Expected-AOB Term: MRT Handover/Takeover Definition: Handover ID-NTN-Position-C/S-Routing-Squaw k-AOB. Term: D&D Liaison Definition: Emergency Type-Position-Callsign-Aware?
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Term: TPA Definition: Track Production Area: Area o defined dimensions within which the CRC has responsibility for the production and subsequent ID of all tracks within its AOR. Term: Area of Operational Interest Definition: Area in which automatic cross-telling o tracks of interest is provided to an adjacent site based on established criteria, such as identity and location.
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