VISUAL AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
This instruction implements AFPD 32-10, Installations and Facilities. It defines requirements for visual air navigation systems. Use it when programming, designing, constructing, and installing these facilities. The complementing document which provides detailed information on standard configurations and equipment is AFMAN 32-1076, Design Standards for Visual Air Navigation Facilities (formerly AFR 88-14). Send all recommendations for changes or improvements to
this instruction on AF Form 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication, through the MAJCOM and HQ AFCESA/ENE, 139 Barnes Drive, Suite 1, Tyndall AFB FL 32403-5319 to HQ USAF/CEO, 1260 Pentagon, Washington DC 20330-1260. SUMMARY OF CHANGES
This revision aligns this instruction with AFPD 32-10. Only information on responsibilities and basic requirements was retained. Detailed information is included in AFMAN 32-1076.
1. Purpose. This instruction defines requirements for all visual air navigation facilities at US Air Force facilities. See AFMAN 32-1076 for standard configurations and approved equipment characteristics.
2. Background. The term "visual air navigation facilities" refers to all the lights, signs, symbols, and other devices located on and in the vicinity of an airfield. They provide a visual reference and guidance to pilots when operating aircraft on the...........................................