Anybody here have any info about clearance deliver procedures on an aircraft carrier? I know how it goes from an airport but no clue on a CV.
Right now I’m handling it in a very simple manner: just a quick brief that only states what is, to me, the obvious: after the cat shot & clearing turn, switch to departure and rejoin enroute to the first waypoint, climbing to altitude.
Is there an agency contacted on the radio, or phone inside the CV, that gives you something like a clearance?.
Is a clearance limit specified, if returning to boat?
Other than the, as far as I know, standard bits shown below, I’ve not enough of a clue to even ask the right questions…
I get that part but say we were blasting off the Lincoln in the PG, to schwack a target - on a training mission to a gunnery/bombing range in peacetime. Might the aviator contact someone? who would then go something like, “Devil 501, cleared to the Lincoln via CASE1 departure, [first waypoint], then as filed, [altitude info], departure freq 123.45…”.
The CASE1/2/3 bits seem to serve the same purpose as a STEREO route, only simplified for obvious reasons (do they still use the term STEREO route? probably)
Yeah, I need to Google this more. but not coming up with much yet. Thanks