factor and normalized readings.
The REMARKS block is to be used by the
monitor in providing any additional information that will be of value to the
control party. This block is also used by the control party to enter time
of nuclear burst and computations of the air-ground correlation factor,
normalizing factor, and overall correction factor. A completed radiological
data sheet, showing data collected by use of the course leg technique during
aerial survey and NBCC calculations, is illustrated in Figure 4-4 on page
b. Reporting. The survey data collected are delivered to the control
party at the completion of each aircraft mission by physical drop, radio, or
telephone from the nearest landing area.
available, the data may be transmitted by radio directly to the control
party as the survey is being conducted.
Guidance for the Aerial Survey Party.
The control party planning the aerial survey may not be familiar with the
survey area or the current tactical or operational situation that exists.
However, the control party has ready access to the latest information
available to the headquarters conducting the survey and provides guidance to
the survey party at the briefing.
In addition to information about the
legs or routes to be flown, tentative survey height, and approximate time
The control party also may furnish the survey party with the
Survey Party Determinations.
The aerial survey party determines the following items, as applicable:
a. The actual height above ground at which each course leg or route is
to be flown.
b. The ground speed for each course leg or route.
c. The direction of flight for each course leg or route.
d. The locations for determining air-ground correlation factor data.
e. The time intervals between readings.
f. Whether to delay the flight of a course leg or route.