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BaseOps User's Guide, Chapter 20: Editing Military Training Routes

A military training route (MTR) is a long, relatively narrow volume of airspace that aircraft operate in when traveling between two locations. Horizontally, an MTR is defined by a series of line segments denoting the centerline of the MTR, along with a width that can vary with location along the MTR centerline. Vertically, an MTR is defined by a floor height.

In BaseOps, an MTR is defined by 2 or more segment points. Each adjacent pair of segment points defines one straight segment of the MTR.

MTRs are used by the MRNMap noise model. Unless that model is selected, the parts of the BaseOps user interface dealing with MTRs will be hidden. See Noise Models.

To work with MTRs, choose Military Training Routes from the object type selector dropdown list. MTRs can be added, duplicated, and deleted as described in Working with the List Pane.

Tip:

BaseOps can import MTRs from DAFIF. See Importing Information from DAFIF.

To edit an MTR, first select it in the object list, then edit its properties in the text pane.

MTRs have the following properties.


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