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Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), page 662

Pilot/Controller Glossary 5/26/16


ly request all transponders on the mode being used to
reply. The replies received are mixed with the
primary radar returns and displayed on the same plan
position indicator (radar scope). Also, applied to the

airborne element of the TACAN/DME system.

(See TRANSPONDER.)

(Refer to AIM.)

INTERSECTING RUNWAYS- Two or more
runways which cross or meet within their lengths.

(See INTERSECTION.)

INTERSECTION-
a. A point defined by any combination of courses,
radials, or bearings of two or more navigational aids.

12/10/15

b. Used to describe the point where two runways,
a runway and a taxiway, or two taxiways cross or
meet.

INTERSECTION DEPARTURE- A departure from

any runway intersection except the end of the runway.

(See INTERSECTION.)

INTERSECTION TAKEOFF-
(See INTERSECTION DEPARTURE.)

IR-

(See IFR MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES.)
ISR– Indicates the confidence level of the track
requires 5NM separation. 3NM separation, 1 1/2NM
separation, and target resolution cannot be used.


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