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2-4-2 Monitoring Monitor interphones and assigned radio frequencies continuously. NOTE− Although all FAA facilities, including RAPCONs and RATCFs, are required to monitor all assigned frequencies continuously, USAF facilities may not monitor all unpublished discrete frequencies. 2-4-3 Pilot Acknowledgment/Read Back Ensure pilots acknowledge all Air Traffic Clearances and ATC Instructions. When a pilot reads back an Air Traffic Clearance or ATC Instruction: a. Ensure that items read back are correct. b. Ensure the read back of hold short instructions, whether a part of taxi instructions or a LAHSO clearance. c. Ensure pilots use call signs and/or registration numbers in any read back acknowledging an Air Traffic Clearance or ATC Instruction. NOTE− 1. ATC Clearance/Instruction Read Back guidance for pilots in the AIM states: a . Although pilots should read back the “numbers,” unless otherwise required by procedure or controller request, pilots may acknowledge clearances, control instructions, or other information by using “Wilco,” “Roger,”
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