Air Traffic Activity Report
The items listed on the air traffic activity report apply to all USN and USMC ATCFs. The
parent command is required to report the traffic count for satellite fields.
Activity report/traffic count is not required from forces afloat. The activity report consists
of three parts:
Control tower operations count
Approach control operations count
Special use airspace operations count
One, two, or all three portions of the activity report may apply depending upon class of
ATC facility. Traffic count at satellite fields (OLF, ALF) shall be reported on a separate
control tower operations sheet by the parent activity.
Reports of air activity are required by CNO to assist in administration and manning and
to support the operational costs of the ATC program ashore.
Subject report must be submitted annually to reach CNO (N8853) no later than 1
February, with copies submitted to chain of command and Navy Representative
Report of Annual Terminal Instrument Procedures Review
Commanding officers of Navy/Marine Corps aviation shore installations shall annually
conduct a local review of terminal instrument procedures, departure procedures, and
Minimum Vectoring Altitude Chart (MVAC). This local review shall also include
procedures published for local use or military use only, PALS, ICLS, and CCA.
Commanding officers of Navy/Marine Corps aviation shore installations shall report
completion of the annual local review to NAVFIG by official command letter addressing
each of the items listed above.
If a new, revised, or cancelled procedure(s) and/or MVAC are required, the report shall
include a specific, detailed request of NAVFIG to develop new/revised procedure(s)
and/or MVAC or to cancel those procedures no longer necessary.
If changes to DOD FLIP are necessary, the station shall enclose a FLIP Revision
Statistical and Historical Data
There is a continuing need for data concerning airfield operations for use in supporting
requests for improvements to equipment, manning, and procedures. Turnover of military
personnel generally precludes recalling of pertinent information regarding not only
tempo of operations but the spirit and intent of previously adopted procedures or
installation of equipment. Accordingly, ATCFOs shall ensure the maintenance of a
continuing SSIC formatted historical file containing data pertinent to the operation of