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NOTAMS of INTEREST

KNTD   POINT MUGU NAS (NAVAL BASE VENTURA CO)
M0334/10 - IN SUPPORT OF OP NUMBER: SR 206251, AN EVENT IS SCHEDULED INTO R-2519.  AIRCRAFT, MEN AND EQUIPMENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO REMAIN CLEAR OF AREAS SOUTH OF TAXIWAY A-2 SOMETIMES DURING THESE PERIODS.  MISSION ESSENTIAL FLIGHT REQUIRING TRANSITIONS THROUGH THE RESTRICTED AREA SHALL CONTACT POINT MUGU RANGE CONTROL (805-989-8280 OR 280.7) FOR DECONFLICITION. 1630L-0600L, 17 NOV 00:30 2010 UNTIL 17 NOV 14:00 2010. CREATED: 16 NOV 15:10 2010
M0333/10 - IN SUPPORT OF OP NUMBER: SR 206002, AN EVENT IS SCHEDULED INTO R-2519.  AIRCRAFT, MEN AND EQUIPMENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO REMAIN CLEAR OF AREAS SOUTH OF TAXIWAY A-2 SOMETIMES DURING THESE PERIODS.  MISSION ESSENTIAL FLIGHT REQUIRING TRANSITIONS THROUGH THE RESTRICTED AREA SHALL CONTACT POINT MUGU RANGE CONTROL (805-989-8280 OR 280.7) FOR DECONFLICITION. 1230L-1600L, 16 NOV 20:30 2010 UNTIL 16 NOV 23:59 2010. CREATED: 16 NOV 15:06 2010
M0332/10 - IN SUPPORT OF OP NUMBER: SR 206420, AN EVENT IS SCHEDULED INTO R-2519.  AIRCRAFT, MEN AND EQUIPMENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO REMAIN CLEAR OF AREAS SOUTH OF TAXIWAY A-2 SOMETIMES DURING THESE PERIODS.  MISSION ESSENTIAL FLIGHT REQUIRING TRANSITIONS THROUGH THE RESTRICTED AREA SHALL CONTACT POINT MUGU RANGE CONTROL (805-989-8280 OR 280.7) FOR DECONFLICITION. 0700L-1200L, 16 NOV 15:05 2010 UNTIL 16 NOV 20:00 2010. CREATED: 16 NOV 15:04 2010

KZLA   LOS ANGELES (ARTCC)PALMDALE, CA.
A2872/10 - QRRCA THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS ARE REQUIRED DUE TO NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER WEAPONS DIVISION ACTIVATION OF W537. IN THE INTEREST OF SAFETY, ALL NON-PARTICIPATING PILOTS ARE ADVISED TO AVOID W537. IFR TRAFFIC UNDER ATC JURISDICTION SHOULD ANTICIPATE CLEARANCE AROUND W537 AND CAE 1176. CAE 1155 WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR OCEANIC TRANSITION. CAE 1316 & CAE 1318 WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR OCEANIC TRANSITION. CAE 1177 WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR OCEANIC TRANSITION.  W537 ACTIVE, CAE 1176 CLOSED. SURFACE - FL390, 16 NOV 21:00 2010 UNTIL 17 NOV 00:30 2010. CREATED: 15 NOV 19:46 2010
A1590/10 - QRRCA W291 ACT SFC-FL800,
EXCEPT THAT PORTION OF W291 WEST OF 121 DEGREES
WEST LONGITUDE WHICH IS ACTIVE SFC-FL270
F/G) SEE TEXT. 06 JUL 13:30 2010 UNTIL UFN. CREATED: 02 JUL 08:40 2010

R2502E   FORT IRWIN, CA (RESTRICTED AREA)
M0235/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - DEMOLITION OF EXPLOSIVES WILL TAKE PLACE (NUMEROUS ROZ’S HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED TO ACCOMMODATE EOD (UXO) ACTIVITY) EACH ROZ MAY BE HOT FROM 0700-1700L, 15 – 19 NOV 10, SFC-5,000 AGL: ROZ NELSON FROM NV2819 TO NV2823 TO NV3223 TO NV3219 TO START. ROZ KILLER ESCARPMENT FROM NV3922 TO NV3925 TO4125 TO NV4122 TO START, ROZ DRINKWATER EAST FROM NV4321 TO NV4330 TO NV5030 TO NV5021 TO START, ROZ ECHO VALLEY EAST FROM NV5021 TO NV4421 TO NV4825 TO NV5025 TO START, ROZ ECHO VALLEY WEST FROM NV 4421 TO NV4321 TO NV4325 TO NV4825 TO START, ROZ TIEFORT CITY FROM NV4210 TO NV4214 TO NV4714 TO NV4710 TO START, ROZ SNOW CONE FROM NV5810 TO NV5010 TO NV500125 TO NV5613 TO NV 5814 TO START, ROZ CALIFORNIA FROM NV500125 TO NV5613 TO NV5814 TO NV5815 TO NV5015 TO START, ROZ LUCKY FUSE FROM NV4614 TO NV4214 TO NV4216 TO NV4616 TO START, ROZ RACE TRACK FROM NV4710 TO NV4714 TO NV4614 TO NV4616 TO NV4916 TO NV4915 TO NV5015 TO NV5010 TO NV4710. CONTACT DESERT RADIO FOR ROZ STATUS. POC RANGE CONTORL 760-380-3878/3875 (DSN 470). 15 NOV 18:20 2010 UNTIL 20 NOV 01:00 2010. CREATED: 15 NOV 18:23 2010

NOTAMS of INTEREST

KNFG   CAMP PENDLETON MCAS (MUNN FIELD)
M0107/10 - EFF ON TUE 19 OCT 2010 TOWER GROUND FREQ CH TO 126.2. 19 OCT 16:45 2010 UNTIL 19 DEC 07:00 2010. CREATED: 19 OCT 16:46 2010

KNTD   POINT MUGU NAS (NAVAL BASE VENTURA CO)
M0327/10 - NAVAIR SURFACE LAUNCH MISSILE TEST IN R-2519.  AIRCRAFT, MEN AND EQUIPMENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO REMAIN CLEAR OF AREAS SOUTH OF TAXIWAY A-2 SOMETIMES DURING THIS PERIOD.  MISSION ESSENTIAL FLIGHT REQUIRING TRANSITIONS THROUGH THE RESTRICTED AREA SHALL CONTACT POINT MUGU RANGE CONTROL (805-989-8280 OR 306.6) FOR DECONFLICTION. 09 NOV 22:00 2010 UNTIL 10 NOV 01:00 2010. CREATED: 09 NOV 15:17 2010

KNUC   SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND NALF
M0104/10 - TERMINAL AREA SURVEILLANCE RADAR FREQUENCIES CHANGED TO 351.85, 282.275, AND 292.15. THE FOLLOWING FREQUENCIES ARE OBSOLETE AND NO LONGER IN USE: 385.1, 305.3, AND 265.1. 14 SEP 20:00 2010 UNTIL 15 NOV 23:00 2010. CREATED: 14 SEP 20:08 2010

R2502E   FORT IRWIN, CA (RESTRICTED AREA)
M0228/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY INTERFERENCE FROM AN INIDENTIFIED SOURCE HAS CASUED FREQUENCY FM36.525 TO BE OTS UFN.  THIS FREQ IS PRIMARILY USED SOUTH OF THE O0 GRIDLINE, USE 339.85 OR 126.2 TO CONTACT DESERT RADIO AIC.  POC ATC CHIEF 760-380-6369 (DSN 470). 29 OCT 23:38 2010 UNTIL 30 NOV 23:59 2010. CREATED: 29 OCT 23:42 2010
M0227/10 (Issued for KBYS R2502E R2502N) - METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE AVAIALABILITY AT BLAAF, BLDG 6212; BYS WX STATION (USAF) HOURS OF OPERATION IS DAILY 0700-2200L, DP: 760-380-9527 (DSN 470), PMSV:  FM38.60 OR FM32.45.  LOCAL WX SERVICE NOT AVIALABLE DAILY 2200-0700, FOR FLIGHT WX BRIEFING, CONTACT 25TH OWS AT DSN 228-6598/6599/6588.  POC G-3 AVN 760-380-5606 OR 12TH CTS "RAVEN TEAM" 760-380 9527 (DSN 470). 28 OCT 22:29 2010 UNTIL 31 DEC 23:59 2010. CREATED: 28 OCT 22:38 2010
M0203/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ FM41.65 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.05 UFN.  POC ATC CHIEF 760-380-6369. 04 OCT 20:20 2010 UNTIL 22 DEC 23:59 2010. CREATED: 04 OCT 20:25 2010
M0202/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ FM41.50 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.80 UFN.  POC ATC CHIEF 760-380-6369. 04 OCT 20:20 2010 UNTIL 22 DEC 23:59 2010. CREATED: 04 OCT 20:23 2010
M0201/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ FM41.00 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.525 UFN.  POC ATC CHIEF 760-380-6369. 04 OCT 20:20 2010 UNTIL 22 DEC 23:59 2010. CREATED: 04 OCT 20:23 2010

NOTAMS of INTEREST

KNUC   SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND NALF
M0061/10 - TERMINAL AREA SURVEILLANCE RADAR FREQUENCIES CHANGED TO 351.85,
282.275, AND 292.15. THE FOLLOWING FREQUENCIES ARE OBSOLETE AND NO
LONGER IN USE: 385.1, 305.3, AND 265.1. 15 JUL 14:00 2010 UNTIL 14 SEP 23:59
2010. CREATED: 14 JUL 21:31 2010

R2502E   FORT IRWIN, CA (RESTRICTED AREA)
M0159/10 - AERODROME INSTALLED, PHANTOM TOWER SHALL BE OPERATIONAL AT FOB
MIAMI FROM 0000L 5 AUG 10 UNTIL 2359L 20 AUG 10.  AIRSPACE IS 3.5KM
RADIUS AROUND NV NV58900550, SFC – 3,500 AGL (COORDINATING ALTITUDE).
 ENTRY/EXIT POINTS INTO FOB MIAMI SHALL BE YELLOW (ACP) 14, ORANGE
02, 01 AND YELLOW 13.  ALL AIRCRAFT INBOUND TO FOB MIAMI CONTACT
PHANTOM TOWER ON VHF 139.25 OR UHF 232.80 PRIOR TO ENTRY.  POC DESERT
RADIO AT 760-380-7559 (DSN 470). 05 AUG 14:00 2010 UNTIL 21 AUG 06:59 2010.
CREATED: 03 AUG 21:17 2010
M0141/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ 
FM41.65 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.05 UFN.  POC ATC 
CHIEF 760-380-6369. 08 JUL 20:35 2010 UNTIL 05 OCT 23:59 2010. CREATED: 08 JUL
20:41 2010
M0140/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ 
FM41.50 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.80 UFN.  POC ATC 
CHIEF 760-380-6369. 08 JUL 20:31 2010 UNTIL 05 OCT 23:59 2010. CREATED: 08 JUL
20:40 2010
M0139/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ 
FM41.00 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.525 UFN.  POC ATC 
CHIEF 760-380-6369. 08 JUL 20:30 2010 UNTIL 05 OCT 23:59 2010. CREATED: 08 JUL
20:39 2010

R2502N   FORT IRWIN, CA (RESTRICTED AREA)
M0142/10 - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQ FM36.05 UNSERVICEABLE UFN, THIS FREQ IS
NORMALLY USED NORTH OF THE 20 GRIDLINE; USE UHF 302.3.  POC ATC CHIEF
760-380-6369 (DSN 470). 08 JUL 20:50 2010 UNTIL 05 OCT 23:59 2010. CREATED:
08 JUL 20:55 2010
M0141/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ 
FM41.65 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.05 UFN.  POC ATC 
CHIEF 760-380-6369. 08 JUL 20:35 2010 UNTIL 05 OCT 23:59 2010. CREATED: 08 JUL
20:41 2010
M0140/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ 
FM41.50 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.80 UFN.  POC ATC 
CHIEF 760-380-6369. 08 JUL 20:31 2010 UNTIL 05 OCT 23:59 2010. CREATED: 08 JUL
20:40 2010
M0139/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ 
FM41.00 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.525 UFN.  POC ATC 
CHIEF 760-380-6369. 08 JUL 20:30 2010 UNTIL 05 OCT 23:59 2010. CREATED: 08 JUL
20:39 2010

FAA wants more ATC at LGB

LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) ― Airlines say cockpit collision warning systems are being triggered more often on Long Beach Airport flights and the Federal Aviation Administration wants upgrades requiring more air traffic supervision.

The FAA’s proposed Class C airspace designation at Long Beach would increase by at least a third the air traffic control area around the airport. But some private pilots say expanding air traffic supervision could create more problems.

FAA spokesman Ian Gregor says the proposal balances increased safety while limiting the impact on general aviation. A Class C designation would require two-way pilot-tower communications before aircraft enter the airspace and there would be strict separation requirements between aircraft.

Western S.F.V. Military Training Ops

I think I may have found the freqs we have all been looking for when the military does their training ops in the Western San Fernando Valley. A few years ago the Southern California Airspace Users Working Group coordinated with the FAA and came up with a group of frequencies for aircraft to use in designated training areas. If you have bought a sectional chart recently you may have noticed some of these freqs displayed over Santa Clarita, Simi Valley, Long Beach and other areas around Southern California. The SCAUWG has a list of these practice area frequencies and charts available for viewing on their website.

http://www.scauwg.org/index.html
http://www.scauwg.org/PracticeAreas3.ppt

If you dont feel like viewing their page here are the freqs listed.
01. 122.7750 Santa Paula
02. 122.7750 Simi Valley
03. 122.7750 Santa Clarita
04. 121.9500 Palos Verdes
05. 121.9500 Long Beach
06. 123.3000 Santa Fe Springs
07. 123.3000 La Habra
08. 123.3000 Redlands
09. 123.3000 Cajon Pass
10. 123.5000 John Wayne
11. 123.5000 El Toro
12. 123.5000 Blockhouse
13. 123.5000 Lake Matthews

and if those come up blank try these

123.0250 Unicom | Air-Air
123.0500 Unicom | Air-Air | Heliports
123.4500 Air-Air Common
253.3000 Miramar Copters
253.6000 Miramar Copters
267.7000 HMM-161
303.0000 Air-Air Common
305.9000 Pendleton Copters
307.5000 HMLA-169 | HMLA-369
313.0000 HMM-163 | HMM-165 | HMM-166
359.5000 HMM-364

KNID – China Lake NAWS NOTAM

M0262/10 - CLEARANCE DELIVERY FACILITY FREQUENCY (274.7)OTS, CONTACT GROUND
(360.2) FOR ALL CLEARANCE DELIVERY PUROSES. 18 JUN 18:50 2010 UNTIL 25 JUN 13:30
2010. CREATED: 18 JUN 18:50 2010

Minuteman III Test Launch Scheduled

6/14/2010 – VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. — The 576th Flight Test Squadron will launch its first unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile here since the squadron was gained by Air Force Global Strike Command June 16 between 3:01 a.m. and 9:01 a.m.

The MMIII test launch, configured with a joint test assembly, will determine the weapon system’s reliability and accuracy. The missile’s single unarmed re-entry vehicle is expected to travel approximately 4,190 miles, hitting a pre-determined target near the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands.

“Our team is dedicated to ensuring a safe and effective combat-ready ICBM force that convinces potential adversaries of our unwavering commitment to defend our nation, its allies and friends,” said Col. Carl DeKemper, the 576th FLTS commander. “Our dedication to this mission continues as proud members of Air Force Global Strike Command.”

The ICBM community, including the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy, will use the data collected from this mission for continuing force development evaluation.

Col. Steven Winters, 30th Space Wing vice commander, is the Launch Decision Authority.

R-2502 NOTAM

M0109/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ FM41.65 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.05 UFN.  POC ATC CHIEF 760-380-6369. 02 JUN 23:23 2010 UNTIL 29 AUG 23:59 2010. CREATED: 02 JUN 23:23 2010
M0108/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ FM41.50 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.80 UFN.  POC ATC CHIEF 760-380-6369. 02 JUN 23:21 2010 UNTIL 29 AUG 23:59 2010. CREATED: 02 JUN 23:22 2010
M0107/10 (Issued for R2502E R2502N) - AIR/GROUND FACILITY FREQUENCY CHANGED, DESERT RADIO AIC FREQ FM41.00 IS OTS AND HAS TEMPORARILY CHANGED TO FM36.525 UFN.  POC ATC CHIEF 760-380-6369. 02 JUN 23:20 2010 UNTIL 29 AUG 23:59 2010. CREATED: 02 JUN 23:21 2010

RIMPAC 2010

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Release 01 – 10
May 3, 2010

RIMPAC 2010 to Unite 14 Countries in Multi-National Exercise

Fourteen nations, 34 ships, five submarines, over 100 aircraft and 20,000 personnel will
participate in the biennial Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise June 23 through Aug. 1,
in the Hawaiian operating area in, and around, the islands of Hawaii.

Hosted by Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet, RIMPAC demonstrates a commitment to
working with global partners in guarding the sea lanes of commerce and
communication, protecting national interests abroad and ensuring freedom of navigation
as a basis for global peace and prosperity. By design, RIMPAC is a multi-national
exercise that prepares forces to be interoperable and ready for a wide range of potential
operations. This, in turn, helps ensure stability throughout the Pacific Rim, aiding the
development and prosperity of all participating nations.

As an exercise, RIMPAC is intended to increase the tactical proficiency of participating
units in a wide array of maritime operations by enhancing military-to-military relations
and interoperability. During the exercise, participating units will conduct gunnery,
missile, anti-submarine, and air defense exercises, as well as maritime interdiction and
vessel boardings, explosive ordnance disposal, diving and salvage operations, mine
clearance operations, and an amphibious landing.

This year’s exercise includes units or personnel from Australia, Canada, Chile,
Colombia, France, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Peru, Republic of Korea,
Singapore, Thailand and the United States.

RIMPAC 2010 is themed “Combined Agility, Synergy and Support,” and marks the 22nd
exercise in the series that originated in 1971.

Media interested in covering RIMPAC events should contact Third Fleet Public Affairs
before the exercise begins at (619) 767-4387, or contact the RIMPAC Combined
Information Bureau after the exercise commences at (619) 726-1901. For more
information on the exercise, visit http://www.c3f.navy.mil/RIMPAC_2010.html

Notice To Airmen

NKFG – Camp Pendleton MCAS

M0076/10 - THE PRIM AVN SAFETY UHF FREQ FOR MCB CAMPEN RANGE CTL (CALL SIGN
"LONGRIFLE") WL CHG EFF @ 1500(Z) 15 JUN 2010. THE NEW FREQ WL BE
310.3. WL RPLC 301.9. 10 JUN 15:00 2010 UNTIL 15 AUG 15:00 2010. CREATED: 09
JUN 17:28 2010

KNTD – Point Mugu NAS

M0138/10 - NAVAIR SURFACE LAUNCH MISSILE TEST IN R-2519.  AIRCRAFT, MEN AND
EQUIPMENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO REMAIN CLEAR OF AREAS SOUTH OF TAXIWAY
A-2 SOMETIMES DURING THIS PERIOD.  MISSION ESSENTIAL FLIGHT REQUIRING
TRANSITIONS THROUGH THE RESTRICTED AREA SHALL CONTACT POINT MUGU
RANGE CONTROL (805-989-8280 OR 306.6) FOR DECONFLICTION. 10 JUN 20:30 2010 UNTIL
10 JUN 23:59 2010. CREATED: 10 JUN 17:47 2010
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