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Order 8260.15F - United States Army Terminal Instrument Procedures Service (Cancelled)

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United States Army Terminal Instrument Procedures Service
Date issued
Date cancelled
Cancellation notes
Canceled per Memo: U.S. Army is assuming responsibility for developing their own IFPs. Therefore, the order is no longer required.
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Order purpose statement

This order contains criteria and guidance regarding terminal instrument procedures service provided to the United States (U.S.) Army, hereinafter referred to as Army, by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Under National Agreement 127 (NAT-127), the FAA provides worldwide terminal instrumentprocedures service for the Army. This service includes original procedure development and procedure amendments as necessary (including procedures for contingency/exercise operations),facility, and procedure flight inspection service, site evaluation of proposed navigation aids (NAVAIDs), and procedure processing and publication. The development, maintenance, flight inspection, and handling policies of the Army and civilian procedures are similar, except as noted in this order. Charting is accomplished by the Army through the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).


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Cancelled documents
Number Title Date
8260.15E United States Army Terminal Instrument Procedures Service 2007-02-02