Ensure that systems and equipment are evaluated,
casualties and malfunctions are reported, and coordinate as
necessary with maintenance personnel for appropriate
Identify all airspace constraints that may affect launch and
Review relevant information about scheduled flight
operations including the Master Air Plan, tanking plan,
COMMPLAN, Card-of-the-Day, EMCON conditions, etc
Coordinate with other carrier work centers as required to
obtain the type of departure/ recovery (Case), Fox Corpen,
break/ramp time, etc.
Ensure CCA status boards are accurate and complete.
Monitor all aircraft fuel states
Ensure DAIR video mapping is accurate and complete,
including airspace constraints and bingo fields.
Ensure compliance with EMCON/Hazards of Electronic
Ensure that CCA personnel are briefed for flight operations.
During flight operations, provide supervision and
coordination of CCA personnel
Monitor tanker refueling system status and all recovery
Coordinate aircraft/pilot problems, low fuel states,
emergencies, etc., with CCA Watch Officer
After the completion of flight operations, debrief CCA
Maintain adequate separation and ensure safety of flight
Review the Air Plan and the tanking plan
Evaluate systems and equipment. Report casualties and
malfunctions to the CATCC Supervisor
Identify all airspace constraints that may affect launch
Coordinate with CATCC Supervisor for type of departure
(Case), BRC, and DRR
Ensure CCA Departure Board is accurate and complete.
Prior to commencement of flight ops, provide aircraft any
changes in flight composition, mission assignment, type of
departure (Case), DRR, BRC, Position and Intended
Movement (PIM), launch time, etc
Request NAVAID/radio checks when required
Monitor performance of launching aircraft until pilots report
KILO or aircraft are handed off to another controlling agency