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Notice to Pilots and Interested Personnel in Central and Southwest Texas

Lights Out Military Helicopter Operations

The U.S. Army/National Guard is conducting "lights out" tactical helicopter training. These operations are conducted day and night. The night operations are conducted without the use of exterior aircraft lights from the surface up to 200 feet AGL, outside four (4) nautical miles from any public-use airport, and within the boundaries depicted below:

Graphic depicting the lights out military helicopter operations areas in Central and Southwest Texas.

Beginning at lat. 31°24'00" N., long. 097°44'00" W./ North Fort Hood;

to lat. 31°30'00" N., long. 097°44'00" W.; to lat. 31°48'00" N., long. 098°07'00" W.;

to lat. 31°57'00" N., long. 098°37'00" W.; to lat. 31°48'00" N., long. 099°59'00" W.;

to lat. 31°23'00" N., long. 100°35'00" W.; to lat. 30°29'00" N., long. 100°40'00" W.;

to lat. 30°16'00" N., long. 098°42'00" W.; to lat. 30°43'00" N., long. 098°41'00" W.;

to lat. 30°45'00" N., long. 098°03'00" W.; to lat. 30°52'00" N., long. 097°52'00" W.;

to lat. 31°09'00" N., long. 097°55'00" W.; to lat. 31°17'00" N., long. 097°53'00" W.;

to point of origin.

( SJT 2/21/02)

D O T Triskelion

U.S. Department of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

800 Independence Avenue, SW

Washington, DC 20591

(866) TELL-FAA | (866) 835-5322