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International Civil Aviation Organisaton

Performance-Based Navigation (PBN) Symposium


16-19 October 2012

Training Forum
Military Perspective

Allan Storm
International Staff Officer - Air Traffic Management
NATO Headquarters, Brussels Belgium

Defence Investment
Armaments & Aerospace Capabilities

North Atlantic Council


ATM Committee
(ATMC)
DI/A&ACap
NATOs interface with civil aviation

ATM in NATO
All matters related to
use of airspace &
operation of airports

NATO Military Authorities


Other NATO Committees,
Bodies and Agencies

NATOInternational
International Staff
NATO
Staff
International Military
International
MilitaryStaff
Staff
NATOMilitary
Military Authorities
NATO
Authorities

Including:
Procedures for safe and expeditious air operations;
Airspace design, management and control;
Provision of air navigation and airport services during NATO-led operations;
Military-Military interoperability, standardisation and civil-military coordination;
Airborne/ground aeronautical communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS);
Unmanned aircraft systems/Remotely piloted aircraft.

Defence Investment
Armaments & Aerospace Capabilities

Total Aviation Approach

MILITARY
ICAO
Total Aviation Approach
SARPS
Military airworthiness designs are generally based on a specific
Civil Aviation
category Article
intended for use for a defined military
mission or
Standards
environment
3d
regulatory
Must
have Due
Maintains
a
National
Military
common
rules
In some cases, lack of military
airworthiness
standards has led
safety
Regard
for
high
level
of
National
entity
role/mission/task
Civil-Military
based&of
oncivil
civil
Civil
Aviation
to
reliance
on civil airworthiness
and operational
standards
Military
Aviation
safety
civil
aviation
military
establishes
Cooperation

operational
aviation
safety,
Certification
Certification
aviation
harmonisation
safety
entity
and
regulates
necessity
security, and
Few examples of civil/military
consideration when developing
standards
interoperability
civil standards
Military Aviation
Civil Aviation
Safety airspace
RVSM Standards
no formation flights in RVSM designated

CPDLC no military specific messages; i.e. aerial refueling


Navigation technical equivalence
Article 3 b and alerting processes
Certification performance-based approach

Defence Investment
Armaments & Aerospace Capabilities

Training

Consider Civil-Military Coordination


as an Essential Requirement
Discuss PBN initiative with military
Conduct preliminary civil-military impact assessment
Determine how best to facilitate military operations and
accommodate State aircraft
Identify technical limitations in regards to PBN
Support demonstration of compliance to performance
levels
Develop arrangements for non-equipped State aircraft

Allan Storm
International Staff Officer
Air Traffic Management
Armament and Aerospace Capabilities Directorate
Defence Investment Division
NATO Headquarters

+32.2.707.3658
storm.allan@hq.nato.int