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    Engine Runs?

    When an a/c is doing an engine run and an engine run only, i remember when i was a 3 level I had this set phraseology that i would have to say and it was "Proceed as requested, monitor this freq., advise on termination". Now im training a new guy and cant find that phraseology anywhere. I know a good ole proceed as requested advise on term. is good enough but dont want to show him the laziness of not looking things up. Need some help. Thanks

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    Re: Engine Runs?

    never seen "engine run" phraseology before. Maybe it was in your local Air Force LOA/SOP

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    Re: Engine Runs?

    Quote Originally Posted by polo708 View Post
    never seen "engine run" phraseology before. Maybe it was in your local Air Force LOA/SOP
    yea been looking in them. haven't found anything on it. I'm thinking it might have been something my trainer had told me and i just took it as the truth. thanks

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    Re: Engine Runs?

    Nothing in writing I know of....I prefer "run'em up montior this freq let me know when your done."
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    Re: Engine Runs?

    Most airports and military fields will have designated locations for engine run ups, look for a local LOA or procedure. If you don't have one, then stress common sense as to controlling where the jet blast or prop wash will blow toward, noise, etc.

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    Re: Engine Runs?

    I haven't read any prescribed phraseology either, but think it is more technique and what you were taught. I say pretty much the same thing as everyone else. "Engine run approved, monitor this frequency at all times, advise complete" Good luck

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    Re: Engine Runs?

    your supposed to say something? is it a tower thing? never heard of that.

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    Re: Engine Runs?

    Quote Originally Posted by duranme View Post
    your supposed to say something? is it a tower thing? never heard of that.
    No, its an approach thing. What, dont you guys talk to lots of planes moving around the airfield at LAX?

    Sorry, I couldnt help myself. Yes, it is a tower thing. It is also quite common at airports with MX facilities.

    I am not certain of the phraseology, but at APA we frequently hear ".... proceed to ____(normally a run-up area), monitor this freq...." Usually preceeded or followed by ".....follow behind (or you're in front of...)".
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    Re: Engine Runs?

    ehh, radar controllers... inorite?

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