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US Military Mid Air Refueling Routes/Areas

Mid Air Refueling or Aerial Refueling as its called by the military can provide you with some interesting and exciting Military Air-Air comms. Since I get tons of email regarding frequencies I thought it was time to create a page with some useful information and frequencies for Aerial Refueling Operations.

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aerial refueling track maps



To the left you'll find a small map of the United States. This map has the Aerial Refueling areas and tracks depected. For your benefit I've resized this map in different sizes, please see links and table under the small map images for details and to download larger maps.

Below is a table of Primary and Backup frequencies used while conducting refueling operations on the AR (Aerial Refueling) Tracks. Simply use the map at the left to located AR Tracks in your area. Then locate the AR Track number on the table below. There listed you'll find the frequencies used during refueling ops.

Also included in the table are the altitude blocks typicaly used during the refuel ops. To clearify altitude designations for those not familiar with aviation please let me explain. When you see an altitude labeled as FL, this means Flight Level. FL280 would be the equivalent of approximately 28,000' above sea level. For altitudes less than 18,000' (FL180) altitudes are shown as actual feet above sea level. As you can see on track AR5L the bottom of the track begins at 17,000 and goes to up FL230 (23,000'). The reason for this different way of showing altitudes is beyond the scope of this article however in simple terms all altitudes of 18,000 and above are measured in "pressure altitudes".


For those who like to enter frequencies into your own database or spreadsheet I've included both an Excel file as well as a Comma Separated Value (CSV). With either of these you should be able to import these frequencies into your favorite scanner programming software. For the Excel File Click Here. For the Comma separated Value file Click Here.

A few notes: The maps I have provided are NOT copyright and may be used, copied and distributed. These maps come directly from US Government Documents which are not copyright. Data used to compile this list also came from US Governemnt Documents, again not copyright. The maps last were updated on March 20, 2003. The Government Document inwhich I used to compile the frequencies and notes was last updated on May 13, 2003 so the information below should be current.

Notice to Bob Grove/Grove Enterprises:You're partial list appeared in print in June 2003. It contained information for AR1 through AR115. AR116 through AR662V did not appear in your article. The date I published my list of AR1 through AR662V is June 20, 2003. I need to make this point very clear so Bob Grove can't accuse me of "stealing" his magazine article.

Track ID Primary Freq Backup Freq Altitude of Track Notes/Comments
AR1 343.5000 319.5000 FL280/FL310

Simultaneous Opposite Direction Air Refueling Test (SODART) operations are authorized with AR2 under the DoD/FAA Operational Test Agreement.

AR2 283.9000 319.5000 FL240/FL260

Simultaneous Opposite Direction Air Refueling Test (SODART) operations are authorized with AR1 under the DoD/FAA Operational Test Agreement.

AR3H 344.7000 339.2000 FL240/FL270

Due to track proximity to ARTCC boundaries, aircrews should not request nor expect to receive amendments to flight plan routing after air refueling exit. This condition isaccentuated during peak traffic periods 1600-1800Z++ and 0100-0300Z++.

AR3L 235.1000 319.5000 FL190/FL230

None

AR4A 344.7000 292.6000 FL280/FL310

Portions of AR4A lie within SADDLE airspace. Receiver units scheduling this track must contact the 190 FS (Boise ANG) at DSN 422-5348 to ensure deconfliction of air refuelingoperations with SADDLE activity.

AR4B 235.1000 292.6000 FL280/FL310

AR4B (North) - To make an early exit from this track, air crews will file to NAV point DNJ 247/030 as an end point for refueling.

AR5H 283.9000 319.5000 FL250/FL330

Tankers westbound on the track may routinely proceed to the exit point, execute a right turn and continue refueling eastbound, when annotated on the flight plan. Flightplan remarks will state: Continuous refueling through turn and eastbound to ARCP. Simultaneous opposite direction air refueling (SODAR) authorized with AR5L.

AR5L 366.3000 319.5000 17000/FL230

Tankers westbound on the track may routinely proceed to the exit point, execute a right turn and continue refueling eastbound, when annotated on the flight plan. Flightplan remarks will state: Continuous refueling through turn and eastbound to ARCP. Simultaneous opposite direction air refueling (SODAR) authorized with AR5H.

AR6 352.6000 319.5000 FL250/FL330

A.-Tanker may, with ARTCC approval, proceed to the exit/re-entry fix, execute a left turn and refuel southeast bound to the ARCP. B.-Hours of operation: 1630-2359Z++and 0330-1400Z++ daily. C.-All turns, while on track, shall be made to the west.

AR7A 276.5000 319.5000 FL240/FL310

Refueling southbound only.

AR7B 295.4000 319.5000 FL240/FL310

Refuel northbound only.

AR8A 295.8000 319.5000 FL240/FL330

Refuel southbound only.

AR8B 305.5000 319.5000 FL240/FL330

Refuel northbound only.

AR9 238.9000 292.6000 FL240/FL270

AR9 and AR9A simultaneous operations not authorized. See remarks section AR9A.

AR9A 238.9000 292.6000 FL240/FL270

AR9 and AR9A simultaneous operations not authorized. To deconflict AR9 from AR604/Bearpaw ATCAA, scheduling unit will assign AR9A. Scheduling unit will inform userswhen abbreviated track is required; otherwise AR9 will be flown full length. End eastbound refueling operations no later than W111-00-00 (GTF 356/74). Complete turn for westbound

AR10 366.3000 292.6000 FL190/FL210

None

AR11 235.1000 320.9000 FL230/FL260

For AR11 (East) SODAR operations are authorized with AR14B (West). For AR11 (West) SODAR operations are authorized with AR14B (East).

AR12H 352.6000 320.9000 FL270/FL310

Simultaneous opposite direction air refueling (SODAR) authorized with AR12L.

AR12L 344.7000 292.6000 FL190/FL230

Simultaneous opposite direction air refueling (SODAR) authorized with AR12H.

AR13 238.9000 260.2000 FL240/FL310

Restricted to a refueling block altitude of FL 240/FL 260 between 1200-1700Z++, for operations after 1830Z++ refueling block restricted to either FL 240/FL 260 or FL270/FL 290. A/R prohibited 1700-1930Z++ and 0000-0100Z++. The altitude block of FL 240/FL 310 shall be available between 0100-0400Z++.

AR14 336.1000 359.1000 FL190/FL220

AR14 (East) SODAR operations are authorized with AR11 (West). AR14 (West) SODAR operations are authorized with AR11 (East).

AR16 343.5000 319.7000 FL240/FL260

None

AR17 276.5000 320.9000 FL190/FL220

None

AR19 295.4000 320.9000 FL270/FL290

FL 270/FL 290 to be used only between 0230-1630Z++ daily.

AR20 341.7500 349.7000 15000/FL280 Confirmed 2013

Transatlantic fighter crossings will still require altitude reservations.

AR24 295.4000 320.9000 FL190/FL220

None

AR101 324.6000 260.2000 FL260/FL290

_ SOUTH ARCP-Between 1500-1630Z++ limited to either buddy, on course or enroute cell rendezvous.

AR102A 276.5000 260.2000 FL240/FL310

Open for night-time use only: 0240-1200Z++.

AR102B 276.5000 260.2000 FL240/FL310

Open for night-time use only: 0240-1200Z++. Restricted to a refueling block altitude of FL 270/FL 290 between 0240-0500Z++. Restricted for use to B-52 FTU aircraft andsupport tankers only. No simultaneous refueling with AR102A.

AR103 327.6000 260.2000 FL240/FL260

To be used by Offutt based aircraft and support tankers only. Tanker Orbit Pattern: N29-48-00 W90-11-00 to N29-56-00 W89-43-00 to N30-54-00 W90-08-00 to N30-45-00W90-35-00.

AR104 344.7000 260.2000 FL260/FL310

SODAR Operations authorized with AR113 and AR114. (West) Track closed from 1700-1800Z++. Coordinate with NAS Fort Worth Operations/Brownwood MOA schedulingfor use, DSN 739-7689.

AR104M 344.7000 260.2000 FL260/FL310

Air refueling authorized during the following hours only: 1600-1900Z++ (1000-1300 Central Time). Restricted for use to B-52 FTU aircraft and support tankers only. SODARoperations authorized with AR113 and AR114. No simultaneous refueling with AR104.

AR105 238.9000 320.9000 FL190/FL330

When reversing track, right teardrop turns must be used. SODAR authorized. AR105 will be scheduled solely by the 55 SRW. 55 SRW aircraft will have priority for use ofAR105.

AR106H 295.8000 320.9000 FL260/FL310

Simultaneous opposite direction aerial refueling (SODAR) operations are authorized with AR106L.

AR106L 305.5000 320.9000 17000/FL230

Simultaneous opposite direction aerial refueling (SODAR) operations are authorized with AR106H.

AR107 324.6000 282.7000 14000/FL230

Refueling aircraft at the TVC VORTAC 038/56, shall execute a left turn and continue refueling southbound to the exit point.

AR108 348.9000 260.2000 FL190/FL210

Houston ARTCC will resolve conflicts with W92, AR646 and AR103. Track is designed specifically for single tanker/receiver operations and is prohibited to fighter typeaircraft.

AR109H 343.5000 320.9000 FL250/FL310

SODAR authorized with AR109L.

AR109L 327.6000 320.9000 FL190/FL230

SODAR authorized with AR109H.

AR110 327.6000 319.7000 FL250/FL280

AR110W rendezvous/rejoin maneuvers prohibited between 1515-1630Z++.

AR111 348.9000 319.7000 FL250/FL290

Restricted for use by the 552 ACW aircraft and support tankers only. Tanker Orbit Pattern (NONRADAR): Holding point ARCP; Left Turns; 14 Mile Legs. Tankers shall remainclear of the Lindbergh 'D' ATCAA when active and is defined as follows: Beginning at 37 00 00N - 91 22 00W to 37 00 00N - 90 54 00W to 36 38 00N - 90 58 00W to 36 38 00N - 91 31 00W

AR112 235.1000 260.2000 FL240/FL310

All air refueling prohibited during the following hours: 1500-1630Z and 1900-2100Z++ Mon-Fri. While maneuvering/orbiting on AR112, aircrews are reminded to avoidR5601A and R5601C.

AR113 283.9000 260.3000 FL190/FL230

No simultaneous refueling with AR114. SODAR operations authorized with AR104. Intended for use by B-1 aircraft and support tankers. Other aircraft permitted onnon-interference basis. The 7 OSS/OSTC retains preemption authority. Albuquerque ARTCC radar must be operational.

AR114 366.3000 260.2000 FL190/FL230

AR114 is intended for use by 7 BW B-1 and support tankers for training requirements. All other units and aircraft are permitted use on a non-interference basis. The 7 BWretains preemption authority for these purposes. Simultaneous Opposite Direction Air Refueling (SODAR) is authorized IAW FAA 7610.4J with AR104. Neither simultaneous refueling nor

AR115 N/R N/R 08000/09000

Restricted to 58 SOW use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Air refueling may be conducted anywhere within the confines of the protected airspaceand may include multiple tankers and/or receivers.

AR116 366.3000 260.2000 12000/FL220

None

AR121 229.5000 258.2000 15000/FL290

Cherokee Control must be operational. All aircraft must have contact with and clearance from Cherokee Control prior to entering restricted airspace. When exiting at orabove FL180 or to resume IFR clearance, all aircraft must have contact with and clearance from Albuquerque ARTCC prior to exiting. Refueling airspace is limited to F-117 aircraft from 49

AR167 235.1000 260.2000 FL260/FL310

All course reversal turns will be made to the east. Receivers may exit only at ARIP or EXIT points. When exiting at RSG, receivers should file to JCT or FST to pick up supplementalflight plans. Crystal MOA must be scheduled by users during same period of track operations. Hours of operation: Sun-Sat 1200-0400Z++.

AR200 235.1000 319.7000 FL240/FL260

AR200 is intended for use by 6 ARW EC-135s and other operational missions. All other units and aircraft are permitted use on non-interference basis. The 6 ARW retains preemptionauthority for these purposes. The track is closed 1230-1630Z++ by request of Atlanta and Jacksonville ARTCCs due to heavy civilian traffic during this time.

AR201 336.1000 319.5000 FL190/FL230

Intended for use by B-1 aircraft and support tankers. Other aircraft permitted on non-interference basis. The 7 OSS/OSTC retains preemption authority.

AR202AN 327.6000 319.7000 FL250/FL280

AR202AN is the Alternate North track. End northbound refueling operations no later than N32-30-00. Scheduled reverse course from north to south, refueling operationsturn point is N33-15-00. Anticipate intermittent UHF reception at southern half of track. When W497B is in use southern limit of track is N30-19-00 W77-52-00. If radio contact is lost with

AR202N 327.6000 319.7000 FL250/FL280

AR202AN is the Alternate North track. End northbound refueling operations no later than N32-30-00. Scheduled reverse course from north to south, refueling operationsturn point is N33-15-00. Anticipate intermittent UHF reception at southern half of track. When W497B is in use southern limit of track is N30-19-00 W77-52-00. If radio contact is lost with

AR202S 327.6000 319.7000 FL250/FL280

AR202AN is the Alternate North track. End northbound refueling operations no later than N32-30-00. Scheduled reverse course from north to south, refueling operationsturn point is N33-15-00. Anticipate intermittent UHF reception at southern half of track. When W497B is in use southern limit of track is N30-19-00 W77-52-00. If radio contact is lost with

AR203 238.9000 319.7000 FL270/FL310

Refueling restricted to three flight levels. All air refueling prohibited during the following hours: (1 Nov-1 Apr, 1500-1730Z and 0030-0230Z) (2 Apr-31 Oct, 1400-1630Z and2330-0130Z).

AR204 324.6000 282.7000 FL240/FL260

AR204 (Northeast) - aircraft should plan right turns after end A/R.

AR205 327.6000 282.7000 FL280/FL310

None

AR206H 348.9000 282.7000 FL250/FL270

Receiver aircraft contact Cleveland ARTCC for further clearance 3 minutes prior to planned exit point. Refueling prohibited between 1130-1500Z++ and between1900-0000Z++. All tankers make left turn at exit. Require thirty (30) minutes spacing between simultaneous refueling between AR206H and AR206L at exit.

AR206L 235.1000 282.7000 FL190/FL230

Receiver aircraft contact Cleveland ARTCC for further clearance 3 minutes prior to planned exit point. Refueling prohibited between 1130-1500Z++ and between1900-0000Z++. Require thirty (30) minutes spacing between simultaneous refueling between AR206H and AR206L at exit. All tankers make a left turn at exit.

AR207NE 324.6000 319.7000 FL260/FL280

Track manager will resolve conflictions with R5311 and AR600. Simultaneous use of AR207 and AR600 is prohibited. Track cannot be used during ESMC launches that closeAtlantic routes. Track is prohibited to fighter type aircraft. Track authorized for use at all times except 1530-1700Z++. User contact scheduling unit during normal duty hours 1300-2200Z++

AR207SW 324.6000 319.7000 FL260/FL280

Track manager will resolve conflictions with R5311 and AR600. Simultaneous use of AR207 and AR600 is prohibited. Track cannot be used during ESMC launches that closeAtlantic routes. Track is prohibited to fighter type aircraft. Track authorized for use at all times except 1530-1700Z++. User contact scheduling unit during normal duty hours 1300-2200Z++

AR208 N/R N/R 06000/08000

Restricted to 129 RQW Helicopter/C-130 air refueling. Refueling is prohibited between 1400-0500Z++. Protected airspace is 5 NM either side of centerline. Air refuelingmay be conducted in either direction. All turns to the west of centerline.

AR209 238.9000 319.5000 FL230

(1)Aircraft will establish AF communications with San Francisco ARINC (frequency to be provided) prior to receiving clearance into AR209. Aircraft operating in AR209 will beVHF and HF equipped. (2)Aircraft will remain on their assigned Mode 3 transponder code, even after radar service termination, to assist in radar identification on the inbound route for

AR212 238.9000 282.7000 FL190/FL220

Aircraft should plan right turn after end A/R.

AR214 N/R N/R 15000/17000

Continuous refueling authorized throughout track. Restricted use for Navy tactical aircraft only. For entry and exit contact Navy Fallon 263.6.

AR216 276.5000 319.7000 FL270/FL290

Refueling/Holding not permitted 1845-2115Z++; 2300-0200Z++; 1330-1630Z++.

AR217 283.9000 282.7000 16000/FL220 Confirmed 2010

Restricted to 171st ARW only. Hours of use 1530-1900Z++ and 0030-0700Z++. No simultaneous refueling with AR218. Refueling restricted to three altitudes. In flight coordinationnecessary to use navigation checkpoint as exit point. If ATC clearance beyond exit point is not received, hold west of exit point with right turns. Scheduled (and confirmed day of

AR218 274.4500 379.2000 FL190/FL220 Updated 2014

Scheduled and confirmed day of flight. Hours of use are 1530-1900Z++ and 0030-0700Z++. No simultaneous refueling with AR217/220. Refueling restricted to 190B220.

AR219 305.5000 282.7000 FL260/FL290 Confirmed 2014

Refueling prohibited between 0000-0500Z++. After the EXIT point (FWA 091/65), all aircraft must file over FWA, then flight plan route. Cell break-up should be accomplishedprior to the FWA 091/30. Turns before FWA may be requested through ATC.

AR220 274.4500 282.7000 FL190/FL220 UpConfirmed 2014

File as AR220. Schedule and confirm day of flight (DSN 277-7347) with Cleveland ARTCC by 171 ARW only. Hours of use are 1530-1900Z++ and 0030-0700Z++. No simultaneousrefueling with AR217 and AR218.

AR221 N/R N/R 06000/10000

Restricted to 129 RQW Helicopter/C-130 air refueling. Protected airspace is 5 NM either side of centerline. Air refueling may be conducted in either direction. Hours ofoperation are continuous.

AR222 N/R N/R 05000/10000

Restricted to 129 RQW Helicopter/C-130 air refueling. Protected airspace is 4 NM east of centerline and 5 NM west of centerline. Air refueling may be conducted in eitherdirection. Hours of operation are continuous. Aircraft shall contact Stockton Approach Control 120.95 or 294.5 at least 5 minutes prior to conducting refueling operations.

AR223 N/R N/R 05000/10000

Restricted to 129 RQW Helicopter/C-130 air refueling. Protected airspace is 5 NM either side of centerline. Air refueling may be conducted in either direction. Hours ofoperation are continuous.

AR224 N/R N/R 07000/09000

Restricted to 129 RQW Helicopter/C-130 air refueling. Protected airspace is 5 NM either side of centerline. Air refueling may be conducted in either direction. Hours ofoperation are continuous.

AR255H 283.9000 365.7750 FL250/FL330

Tankers westbound on the track may routinely proceed to the EXIT point, execute a right turn and continue refueling eastbound, when annotated on the flight plan. Flightplan remarks will state: Continuous refueling through turn and eastbound to ARCP. Simultaneous opposite direction air refueling (SODAR) authorized with AR5L and AR255L.

AR255L 366.3000 365.7750 17000/FL230

Tankers westbound on the track may routinely proceed to the EXIT point, execute a right turn and continue refueling eastbound, when annotated on the flight plan. Flightplan remarks will state: Continuous refueling through turn and eastbound to ARCP. Simultaneous opposite direction air refueling (SODAR) authorized with AR5H and AR255H.

AR302 366.3000 260.2000 08000/14000

_ 8000 through 14,000 restricted to C-130 receivers only, scheduled by 16th SOW Hurlburt Field, FL DSN 589-7812 or 7813.

AR307A 264.9000 238.9000 FL190/FL220

Refuel eastbound only.

AR307B 264.9000 238.9000 FL190/FL220

Refuel westbound only.

AR307C 264.9000 238.9000 FL190/FL220

None

AR309 283.9000 260.2000 FL280/FL310

All turns to left in tanker orbit pattern. Use of the track is restricted during the following periods Mon-Fri: 1630-1800Z++ Track closed; 1800-2030Z++ East refueling only.

AR310 352.6000 319.5000 FL210/FL260

Use of the High Altitude Block is not authorized between 1600-1900Z++. Use of Low Altitude Block is unrestricted.

AR312H 284.0750 312.2250 FL240/FL260

Intended for exclusive use by 97 AMW aircraft and support tankers only. Other aircraft permitted on non-interference basis. The 97 OSS/OSOS retains preemption authority.

AR312L 291.9000 260.2000 FL200/FL220

Intended for exclusive use by 97 AMW aircraft and support tankers only. Other aircraft permitted on non-interference basis. The 97 OSS/OSOS retains preemption authority.

AR313 352.6000 260.2000 FL180/FL220

Intended for exclusive use by 97 AMW aircraft conducting formation AR training and support tankers only. Other aircraft permitted on non-interference basis. The 97OSS/OSOS retains preemption authority. No simultaneous refueling with AR313A.

AR313A 352.6000 260.2000 FL190/FL220

Intended for exclusive use by 97 AMW aircraft conducting formation AR training and support tankers only. Other aircraft permitted on non-interference basis. The 97OSS/OSOS retains preemption authority. No simultaneous refueling with AR313. The 97 OSS/OSOS will ensure that the following special use airspace is not active: a.-Lady ATCAA/R3801 -

AR314 295.8000 319.5000 FL240/FL310

Restricted to FL 260 and below, Mon-Fri, between 1600-1800Z++, other times restricted to a refueling altitude block FL 240/FL 260 or block FL 270/FL 310. Restricted foruse by the 552 ACW acft and support tankers only.

AR315 295.4000 319.7000 FL190/FL220

Refueling not permitted 1500-1600Z++ and 1930-2030Z++ Mon-Fri.

AR318 295.8000 260.2000 FL190/FL220

None

AR321 276.5000 282.7000 FL250/FL280

Air refueling on J-38 to GRB, right turn to intercept GRB 295 radial outbound to 60 DME, 30 degrees bank left turn to intercept GRB 285 radial inbound to GRB, and fly GRB105 radial outbound to the exit.

AR324 288.7000 389.0000 FL200/FL250

Request pilots file distance-radials in lieu of coordinates even though distances filed may exceed the 130 NM limitation for navigational purposes.

AR328 235.1000 319.7000 FL180/FL230

Left turn at PSK VORTAC 255/100, inbound PSK VORTAC 242. All request/remarks including call signs and times must be given to the Track Scheduler by noon Thursday theweek prior to the scheduled refueling. Incomplete request/remarks will be subject to cancellation. Changes (except emergencies or cancellation) will not be accepted after noon on Thursday,

AR330 305.5000 260.2000 FL180/FL230

When using AR330 (West), plan to avoid Truman MOA/ATCAA airspace 13 NM east of the ARIP. This airspace is potentially active up to FL 230. Contact the 509 OSS/OSOSat DSN 975-1713/1754 to determine if scheduled MOA/ATCAA operations will restrict enroute access to the ARIP. For weekends, holidays and non-duty days contact the 22 ARW Command

AR331 286.6000 367.4000 FL210/FL260

None

AR332 358.4000 389.0000 FL200/FL250

None

AR355 320.9000 238.9000 FL260/FL280

Used for operational requirements only and not approved for practice or training unless prior approval is obtained from Seattle ARTCC 72 hours in advance through thescheduling facility. No simultaneous refueling with AR356.

AR356 320.9000 238.9000 FL260/FL280

Used for operational requirements only and not approved for practice or training unless prior approval is obtained from Seattle ARTCC 72 hours in advance through thescheduling facility. No simultaneous refueling with AR355.

AR400 228.2500 364.3250 FL240/FL260

Intended for exclusive use by 97 AMW aircraft and support tankers only. Other aircraft permitted on non-interference basis. The 97 OSS/OSOS retains preemptionauthority.

AR452 361.7000 384.6000 FL240/FL260

None

AR453 291.9000 320.9000 FL210/FL230

None

AR455 336.1000 291.9000 FL250/FL270

Closed daily from 1400-1500Z++, 1800-1900Z++ and 2359-0059Z++. Normal scheduling will be accomplished through MASMS. Note: 552 OSS/OSOS retains exclusivebump privileges.

AR462 318.0000 384.6000 FL240/FL260

None

AR505 315.9000 263.9000 FL210/FL230

Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR506 288.8000 263.9000 FL240/FL310

Refueling restricted to three flight levels. Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR507 270.2000 263.9000 FL240/FL270

Times as coordinated with ARTCC. Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 atleast 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR508E 288.8000 263.9000 FL240/FL290

Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR508W 288.8000 263.9000 FL240/FL290

Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR902 336.7000 335.8500 23000/27000

this refueling track is in hawaii, system at present will only a llow country code for midway (mq). user contact scheduling unit during normal during normal dutyhours 1730-0300z++monday - frid ay except holidays. obtain san francisco arinc hf frequency on 131.95 prior to departure.

AR903 387.9000 335.8500 23000/27000

User contact scheduling unit during normal duty hours 1730-0300z++ Monday - Friday except holidays. Obtain San Francisco ARINC HF frequency on 131.95 prior to departure.

AR904 336.7000 243.3000 23000/27000

this refueling track is in hawaii, system at present will only a llow country code for midway (mq). user contact scheduling unit during normal duty hours1730-0300z++monday - friday except holi days. obtain san francisco arinc hf frequency on 131.95 prior to depa rture.

AR600 348.9000 319.7000 FL240/FL280

Jacksonville ARTCC radar must be operational. The scheduling unit (20 OSS/OSOS) will resolve conflictions with AR207. Simultaneous use of AR600 and AR207 is prohibited.

AR601 283.9000 319.7000 16000/FL260

Jacksonville ARTCC radar must be operational. Expect FL 240 and above for normal operations. Operations FL 230 and below will be approved on an individual basis.Usercontact scheduling unit during normal duty hours, 1230-2130Z++ Mon-Fri, except holidays.

AR602 295.4000 319.5000 FL180/FL260

Right hand pattern. FL 180/FL 260 will be controlled by, and for the use of, 27 FW based aircraft only. Military radar and/or Albuquerque ARTCC radar must be operational.

AR603 238.9000 319.5000 FL240/FL280

Military radar and/or Albuquerque ARTCC radar must be operational. Anticipate encountering strong northerly winds while refueling. 56 RMO/AROS (Sked unit) shall notschedule the use of AR603 when the Gladden/Bagdad MOA's are in use.

AR604 276.5000 292.6000 FL200/FL330

Military radar and/or Salt Lake City ARTCC must be operational to conduct air refueling.

AR606 366.3000 320.9000 FL240/FL270

Military radar and/or Minneapolis ARTCC radar must be operational to conduct air refueling.

AR607 235.1000 320.9000 FL180

Military radar or Minneapolis ARTCC radar must be operational to conduct air refueling.

AR608 343.5000 282.7000 FL180/FL230

Boston ARTCC radar must be operational.

AR609 276.5000 282.7000 FL180/FL280

Anchor area is located within the AKS 2 and 5 ATCAAs. Boston ARTCC radar must be operational.

AR610A 295.4000 292.6000 FL190/FL260

None

AR610B 295.4000 292.6000 FL190/FL260

None

AR611A 255.7500 275.9500 FL190/FL260

None

AR611B 255.7500 275.9500 FL190/FL260

None

AR613 305.5000 319.5000 FL180/FL280

Track lies within the Morenci and Reserve ATCAA. Receivers entering the airspace must maintain the last assigned altitude until radio contact is established with the tankers.

AR614 352.6000 260.2000 FL250/FL270

Houston ARTCC radar must be operational. The scheduling unit will not schedule this track beyond the altitudes of FL 250 thru FL 270 between 15 minutes prior to sunrise to15 minutes after sunset.

AR615 295.4000 260.2000 12000/16000

Anchor and AR302 shall not be scheduled simultaneously.

AR616A 283.9000 282.7000 FL180/FL230

W102 High must be released to Boston ARTCC (Controlling Agency) during scheduled times of operation. Boston ARTCC radar must be operational.

AR616B 283.9000 282.7000 FL180/FL230

Right hand pattern. W102 High must be released to Boston ARTCC (Controlling Agency) during scheduled times of operation. Boston ARTCC radar must be operational.

AR617 324.6000 319.7000 FL260/FL290

Miami ARTCC radar must be operational. Anchor will not be used when AR638 is active.

AR618 348.9000 319.7000 FL260/FL290

None

AR619 238.9000 320.9000 FL240/FL260

Military radar or Minneapolis ARTCC radar must be operational to conduct refueling.

AR620 238.9000 319.7000 FL190/FL220

Miami ARTCC radar must be operational. Holding at ARIP for receivers not authorized, if holding necessary, proceed to LAL 153/45 for holding.

AR621 344.7000 319.5000 FL190/FL250

(1)Do not file AR621 in route of flight on DD175. (Reference to AR621 should be noted in Remarks only). DD175 route of flight must reflect: a.-Last fix. b.-Direct OAKVORTAC 276/60 (COAVE INT). c.-Direct W260. d.-Delay time. e.-Direct OAK VORTAC 276/60 (COAVE INT). f.-Direct next fix. g.-Balance of route. (2)Random refueling in W260/W513

AR623
(note 1)
285.4700 346.3500 FL190/FL220

Intended for use by B-1 aircraft and support tankers. Other aircraft permitted on non-interference basis. The 7 OSS/OSTC retains preemption authority. Anchor Pattern turnsare planned at a 15 deg bank angle (11 NM radius). Pattern Length: 130 NM; Width: 22 NM. For the purpose of separation between participating and non-participating acft, ATC shall

AR624 366.3000 319.5000 FL190/FL220

All aircraft should contact Los Angeles Center prior to exit. Primary 124.2 or 343.6. Secondary 124.85 or 319.2. Back-up 135.25 or 306.3.

AR625H 295.8000 319.5000 FL230/FL250

Right hand pattern.

AR625L 291.9000 319.5000 FL180/FL210

Right hand pattern.

AR626 235.1000 292.6000 FL250/FL270

Military radar or Seattle ARTCC radar must be operational to conduct refueling.

AR627 352.6000 319.7000 FL200/FL230

When Valdosta RAPCON is controlling AR627, frequencies will be 119.525 and 259.3. When Valdosta RAPCON's radar is out of service, AR627 is not available. To ensureJacksonville Center/Valdosta APP CON computer interface, all tankers and non-347th Wg receivers must file flight plans to indicate delay at the TAY 306/45 regardless of direction of entry.

AR628 343.5000 292.6000 FL240/FL260

Military radar or Seattle ARTCC radar must be operational to conduct refueling.

AR629 296.0000 360.9000 14000/FL230

Air refueling will be conducted within the RAPCON airspace and RAPCON radar must be operational.

AR630 238.9000 292.6000 FL250/FL280

None

AR631 295.8000 282.7000 FL200/FL260

Anchor area is located within the Laser South ATC assigned airspace area.

AR632 238.9000 282.7000 FL220/FL270

Enter AR632 at or above FL 250, contact Steelgate (when operational) on 385.7, 381.1, FM 40.45 or 40.65 prior to entering Garland North or South to confirm the status ofR4201A.

AR633A 295.8000 319.7000 FL180/FL230

All request/remarks including call signs and times must be given to the Track Scheduler by noon Thursday the week prior to the scheduled refueling. Incompleterequests/remarks will be subject to cancellation. Changes (except emergencies or cancellation) will not be accepted after noon on Thursday, the week prior to the scheduled refueling.

AR633B 295.8000 319.7000 FL180/FL230

All request/remarks including call signs and times must be given to the Track Scheduler by noon Thursday the week prior to the scheduled refueling. Incompleterequests/remarks will be subject to cancellation. Changes (except emergencies or cancellation) will not be accepted after noon on Thursday, the week prior to the scheduled refueling.

AR634 235.1000 319.5000 FL180/FL310

(1)Do not file AR634 in route of flight on DD175. (Reference to AR634 use will be noted in Remarks only). DD175 route of flight must reflect: a.-Last fix. b.-Direct entry point:BSR VORTAC 228/25 (KIGHT INT); SNS VORTAC 267/52 (TOPLE INT); or PXN VORTAC 187/83 (HONDO INT). c.-Direct W283/W285A. d.-Delay time. e.-Direct exit point (same as entry

AR635 352.6000 319.5000 FL190/FL260

None

AR636 238.9000 319.7000 FL200/FL290

Pyramid/Giant Killer radar must be operational. Tanker must check in/out with Giant Killer FACAFAC VACAPES 238.1 or 118.125. Simultaneous tankers only with priorapproval. Use may be restricted by other operations.

AR637 291.9000 319.7000 FL190/FL230

Anchor is contained within Banjo ATCAA, described above, which is in part coincidental with portions of Lindbergh A, B, and C ATCAA airspace. MARSA is applicablebetween refueling operations in AR637 and other simultaneous activity in Lindbergh ATCAA. Kansas City ARTCC or military radar must be operational. Receiver aircraft transiting from Lindbergh

AR638 324.6000 319.7000 FL260/FL290

Miami ARTCC radar must be operational. Anchor will not be used when AR617 is active.

AR639 291.9000 319.5000 16000/FL280

None

AR639A 291.9000 319.5000 13000/FL280

AR639A and AR639 will not be used simultaneously. Receiver holding point is DUG 078/10. Inbound course is 078 degrees, left turn.

AR640A 305.5000 320.9000 FL180

The anchor area is located within WIANG A, B and C ATC Assigned Airspace. When the rendezvous is controlled by the military radar unit, 298.775 283.775 will be used. Ifnon-radar, check in and check out with Phoenix on 346.25. For tanker directed rendezvous, the C/R Plan will be used.

AR640B 291.9000 320.9000 FL180

The anchor area is located within WIANG A, B and C ATC Assigned Airspace. When the rendezvous is controlled by the military radar unit, 298.775 283.775 will be used. Ifnon-radar, check in and check out with Phoenix on 346.25. For tanker directed rendezvous, the C/R Plan will be used.

AR641A 295.4000 319.5000 12000/FL230

When Nellis Control (ATC) is not in operation, Los Angeles Center will provide ATC clearance for tanker and/or receivers into/out of the Caliente ATCAA only. Aircraft operatingin this anchor are MARSA with aircraft operating in adjacent Special Use Airspace IAW NAFB Sup 1, ARF 50-46. Radar monitoring required to conduct air refueling. 554 RS/RSOO

AR641B 295.4000 319.5000 FL190/FL230

AR641B is only usable when Nellis Control (ATC) is operational. AR641B cannot be scheduled simultaneously with AR641A. Aircraft operating in this anchor are MARSA withaircraft operating in adjacent Special Use Airspace IAW NAFB Sup 1, ARF 50-46. Radar monitoring required to conduct air refueling. 554 RS/RSOO Nellis AFB, NV, schedules and deconflicts

AR642E 374.3000 319.5000 17000/FL280

Military radar (Clover) must be operational and refueling operation scheduled in advance thru 6501st Ranges DSN 458-4401 during normal duty hours. Primary Boom frequency374.3.

AR642W 374.3000 319.5000 17000/FL280

Military radar (Clover) must be operational and refueling operation scheduled in advance thru 6501st Ranges DSN 458-4401 during normal duty hours. Primary Boom frequency374.3.

AR643 279.8000 260.2000 FL200/FL230

Military radar must be operational. Denver ARTCC radar must be operational. Pattern Length: 52 NM; Width: 20 NM.

AR644 324.4000 319.5000 FL200/FL260

Track is normally closed to non-49 FW units SR-SS Mon-Fri. Anchor is scheduled on non-interference basis with 49 FW and White Sands Missile Range Operations. Cannot bescheduled if R5109A/B active or by other than 49 FW units if Beak or Cowboy ATCAA in use. Track use may be cancelled with little advance notice due to priority research and development

AR645 324.4000 292.6000 FL200/FL230

Military or Seattle ARTCC radar must be operational to conduct refueling.

AR646 238.9000 260.2000 FL240/FL260

Restricted to Turbo Jet aircraft from 552 ACW. Houston ARTCC Radar must be operational.

AR647 283.9000 319.5000 10000/FL290

AR647 lies within the Sells MOA/ATCAA and Barry M. Goldwater Range (BMGR) airspace. All aircraft operating in the Sells MOA/ATCAA, the BMGR and AR647 will use theGila Bend AFAF (Range Operations) current altimeter setting. Normally restricted to night time refueling only, due to heavy aerial activity within the Sells MOA/ATCAA and the BMGR, daytime

AR647. 283.9000 319.5000 10000/14000

AR647A lies entirely within the Sells MOA. All aircraft operating in the Sells MOA/ATCAA, and AR647A will use the Gila Bend AFAF (Range Operations) current altimeter setting.

AR648A 238.9000 319.5000 FL190/FL230

None

AR648B 238.9000 319.5000 FL190/FL230

None

AR649 286.3000 319.5000 08000/10000

Simultaneous refueling within AR-649 requires 3000' separation between altitude blocks. EC-130H aircraft will normally enter at EED 109/21. Turtle MOA must be active fortrack use.

AR650 295.8000 260.2000 FL180/FL290

_ Tankers.

AR651 276.5000 319.5000 FL200/FL260

AR651 is located within W291 ATC assigned airspace. Receiver Holding Point is NSD 207/44 N32-20-00 W119-00-00. Military radar (Beaver Control) must be operational toconduct air refueling, FACSFAC San Diego will provide advisory service when possible. BEAVER TACAN NSD CH 86 located 11 NM S of NUC TACAN CH 123.

AR652 249.5250 255.7750 12000/18000

None

AR652A 249.5250 255.7750 15000/FL200

None

AR652B 249.5250 255.7750 15000/FL200

None

AR653 324.4000 260.2000 FL180/FL220

MARSA is applicable between refueling operations in AR653 and other simultaneous activity in ADA East and West MOA/ATCAA. Kansas City ARTCC or Jayhawk militaryradar must be operational. For weekends, holidays and non-duty days contact the McConnell AFB Operator at DSN 743-6100 for a phone patch to 184th Duty Officer.

AR654 341.4000 260.2000 10000/16000

None

AR655 276.5000 319.7000 FL200/FL280

_ Tankers.

AR657 N/R N/R FL200/FL260

This is right-hand race track pattern. FACSFAC San Diego will provide exclusive use airspace to aircraft participating in air refueling operations, if required. FACSFAC SanDiego radar must be operational and area must be VFR.

AR658 N/R N/R FL180/FL290

Receivers will hold at the ARIP (FL 240 High Block, FL 180 Low Block or as assigned by ATC) until cleared to the entry point by the tanker aircraft.

AR659 374.3000 319.5000 FL180/FL280

This airspace includes Gandy ATCAA and the Gandy extension. Military radar (Clover) must be operational. (See IFR-S). Expect GCI rendezvous. Tanker/receiver rendezvouspossible with prior cordination. Clover may assign different CR Plan frequencies. Simultaneous air refueling possible with AR642 under GCI control. This anchor will be locally referred to as

AR667 318.0000 264.9000 16000/FL190

Radar monitoring required to conduct air refueling. RATCF radar must be operational. Pattern length: 44 NM; width: 12 NM. To be used only by CSFWP Squadrons.

AR669 394.9000 384.6000 FL260/FL280

Restricted for use by Vance AFB assigned aircraft and other AETC aircraft on non-interference basis. Kansas City ARTCC radar must be operational.

AR672 249.5000 310.4250 9000/14000

Separate clearances are required to occupy Mt. Dora MOA and AR672. Clearance to occupy Mt. Dora may be scheduled through 27 OSS/OSOH, Cannon AFB, NM. Air refuelingclearance may be obtained from ABQ ARTCC.

AR674 341.4000 260.2000 12000/16000

For the purpose of separation between participating and non-participating aircraft, ATC shall regard AR674 as a linear refueling track unless the tanker or receiver pilot specificallyrequests AR674 as an anchor track prior to entering assigned airspace. When ATC assigns AR674 as a linear track, participating aircraft will not deviate more than 3 NM from

AR678 280.4000 377.7000 FL190/FL260

None

AR716 283.9000 319.7000 FL220/FL280

W168 is a joint use warning area, therefore the anchor area may only be used when W168 is released to the Using Agency, except as specified by Miami ARTCC/9th AIRFORCE Letter Of Agreement.

AR717A 283.9000 292.6000 FL250/FL280

Pattern length - 70 NM; width - 20 NM; inbound course to Anchor Point 068. Anchor area is located within ATC Assigned Airspace. Military radar or Seattle ARTCC radarmust be operational to conduct refueling.

AR717B 283.9000 292.6000 FL250/FL280

Pattern length - 70 NM; width - 20 NM; inbound course to Anchor Point 068. Anchor area is located within ATC Assigned Airspace. Military radar or Seattle ARTCC radarmust be operational to conduct refueling.

AR719 270.2000 263.9000 14000/17000

Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR720 276.7000 263.9000 FL240/FL290

Weather briefing agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR721 270.2000 263.9000 FL240/FL290

Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR722 276.7000 263.9000 FL240/FL290

Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR723 278.4000 263.9000 FL240/FL290

Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR724 278.4000 263.9000 FL200/FL250

Due to frequency conflicts, AR724 will not be scheduled for use when AR723 is being utilized. Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast supportfrom Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR725 283.8000 263.9000 FL240/FL290

Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR727 270.2000 263.9000 FL240/FL290

Weather briefing support agencies should request mission forecast support from Alaska Forecast Unit at DSN 317-552-2719/2382 at least 8 hours prior to mission brief time.

AR15V 363.9000 252.8000 01000/04000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting.

AR18V 311.5750 303.1250 04000/10000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting.

AR40V 273.7500 374.2250 1000/4000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Restricted to 347 Wg use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Air refueling aircraft may include multiple tankers and receivers.

AR41V 230.0500 319.0500 1000/4000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Restricted to 347 Wg use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Air refueling aircraft may include multiple tankers and receivers.

AR42V 239.7250 309.9500 1000/4000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Restricted to 347 Wg use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Air refueling aircraft may include multiple tankers and receivers.

AR117V N/R N/R 07000/09000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Restricted to 58 SOW use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Air refueling may be conducted anywhere within the confines

AR125V N/R N/R 00500/03000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Restricted to 58 SOW use only. Air refueling airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline and around both entry and exit points. Air refueling may

AR126V N/R N/R 01000/08500

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Air refueling airspace is 4 NM west and 3 NM east of centerline from entry to exit. Monitor 243.0. Notify Albuquerque (ABQ) ARTCC Sector 23

AR127V N/R N/R 01000/10000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Air refueling airspace is 5 NM left and 3 NM right of centerline. Monitor 243.0.Notify Albuquerque (ABQ) ARTCC Sector 23 prior to commencement

AR225V N/R N/R 01000/02000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting.

AR230V N/R N/R 06000/08000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Restricted to 66 ARS use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Air refueling may be conducted anywhere within the confines

AR231V N/R N/R 06000/08000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Restricted to 66 ARS use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Air refueling may be conducted anywhere within the confines

AR242V N/R N/R 00500/04500

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting.

AR243V N/R N/R 00500/05500

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting.

AR304AV N/R N/R 03100/05000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Flight direction North to South. Limited to Air Force Reserve use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Track length is 45 NM.

AR304BV N/R N/R 03100/05000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Flight direction South to North. Limited to Air Force Reserve use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Track length is 45 NM.

AR305AV N/R N/R 01500/06000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Flight direction South to North. Limited to Air Force Reserve use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Track length is 62 NM.

AR305BV N/R N/R 01500/06000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Flight direction North to South. Limited to Air Force Reserve use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Track length is 62 NM.

AR306AV N/R N/R 01000/05000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Flight direction North to South. Limited to Air Force Reserve use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Track length is 37 NM.

AR306BV N/R N/R 01000/05000

Tanker aircraft pilots scheduled to operate within VFR Helicopter Refueling Tracks/Anchors shall advise the FSS nearest the entry point, 5 minutes prior to entering and theFSS nearest the exit point, upon exiting. Flight direction South to North. Limited to Air Force Reserve use only. Protected airspace is 4 NM either side of centerline. Track length is 37 NM.

AR662V N/R N/R 01200/03700

None


Note 1: This frequencies were updated 7/25/2013.