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Title: NOAA Gulfstream G-IV SP Winter T-PARC workshop


1
NOAA Gulfstream G-IV SP Winter T-PARC workshop
Project Manager Jack Parrish Aircraft
Commanders CDR Jeff Hagan, CDR Will
Odell Scientific Systems Analyst Mark Rogers
2
Gulfstream G-IV SP Capabilities
  • N49RF - MISSIONS
  • Hurricane Surveillance
  • Winter Storms
  • Hurricane Research
  • Air Chemistry
  • Cabin Configuration
  • 10 total seats
  • 3 Cockpit
  • 7 Cabin
  • 1 Flight Director
  • 3 Technicians
  • Up to 3 Scientists
  • Initial Altitude 41,000
  • Max Altitude 45,000
  • Mission Speed - .77 Mach
  • Transit Speed - .83 Mach
  • Mission Endurance 8.0 Hrs
  • Twin Turbofan Jet
  • Mission Track Miles 3,600 NM

3
Winter T-PARC Calendar
  • October 8-10 Winter T-PARC workshop
  • November 3-7 Site visit to Yokota AFB
  • January 7 G-IV departs for Yokota AFB, RON
    Anchorage
  • January 9 G-IV arrives Yokota
  • February 28/27 Depart Yokota AFB, arrive
    Honolulu
  • March 31 G-IV departs for MacDill AFB

4
G-IV Winter T-PARC Operations
  • Plan to fly about the 12Z runs. 06Z launches,
    land by
  • 15Z.
  • Two day ahead alerts and areas of interest. Two
    day
  • warning of deployments.
  • One day ahead planned tracks.
  • Mid-flight changes are possible. Plan on 20-30
    minutes
  • of delay due to communication relays and
    language
  • barrier.
  • 6-day in a row standby, flight limit.

5
Aircraft/Aircrew Safety
  • Two 13 Person Life Rafts
  • Anti-Exposure suits for all crew members
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) on board
    crew members trained
  • Aviation Survival Vests (SWITLIKS) for all crew
    members
  • Fixed Emergency Oxygen for all crew members plus
    walk around bottles
  • Flight crew trained in Aviation Physiology
    including pressure chamber
  • Flight crew attends flight simulator training
    twice a year
  • AOC crew members trained in water survival and
    cold weather survival
  • Outstanding Safety record No flight fatalities
    ever!

6
Safety Requirements for Visiting PAX
Visiting scientists, distinguished visitors, and
media are allowed 1 flight aboard NOAA aircraft
without fulfilling the training requirements that
are dictated in the chart linked below. If any
of these people would like to fly more than once
(in a year) then the training must be completed.
This Aviation Safety Program is administered by
NOAAs Office of Marine and Aviation Operations
(OMAO), the parent NOAA organization of the
Aircraft Operations Center (AOC).
http//www.omao.noaa.gov/aviationsafety/safety.htm
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NOAA Safety Training
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Yokota AB, Japan
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T-PARC Flight Operations
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T-PARC Area of Operations
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T-PARC G-IVSP Capabilities
18
Gulfstream G-IV SP Capabilities
  • Data System
  • Main aircraft data system provides a flight level
    data stream at 1 Hz to multiple stations through
    a GUI format
  • Scientific Systems
  • Flight Level Data
  • Dropwindsondes
  • PTH
  • Wind Speed/Direction
  • Stepped Frequency Microwave
  • Radiometer (SFMR) Surface Wind
  • Speed (experimental)
  • Communication Systems
  • Inmarsat/Iridium
  • Voice/Data capabilities
  • Internet acces
  • UHF/VHF/HF radios
  • X-chat

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T-PARC G-IVSP Capabilities
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T-PARC G-IVSP Capabilities
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T-PARC G-IVSP Capabilities
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T-PARC G-IVSP Capabilities
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Tail Doppler Radar
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DLR Falcon observations
  • Make two-day ahead area of interest fairly
    broad. No great expectation of accuracy.
  • One-day ahead plan as good as possible. At
    least first few points need to be good.
  • In-the-air changes are possible. HF/AirInc
    comms, relays will cause 20-30 minute
  • delays.
  • Seek traffic advisories from ATC. That and TCAS
    warnings of traffic below will be
  • used to evaluate drop locations.
  • Expect departure, approach delays. They were
    kept low (5K feet) 60-80 miles from
  • base. It could shorten our total tracks.
  • Make use of usual ICAO/military-style flight
    planning forms. They will provide us
  • examples of what they used.
  • Falcon crew used multiple-recipient fax cover to
    distribute plans to various sectors.
  • Again, they will provide contact information.
  • DLR did not request block altitude clearances.
    Well check during the site visit.
  • Customs, immigration, agriculture and quarantine
    took 45 minutes to an hour upon
  • entry. Might have been extra since they were
    arriving from Russia.

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