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Flying Through March ARB Airspace
What you should about March ARB Airspace and getting through it, safely.
Date and Time:
Tuesday, September 20, 2022, starting at 19:00 Pacific Daylight Time Download Calendar File
Jaclyn Kenaston, Joshua Pruner
Brief Description:

Topic Discussion Points:
• General overview of Southern California airspace and sectorization.
• Airspace delegated to MARCH ARB
• Class C airspace, requirements, and limitations
• MARCH ARB traffic flow, radar patterns, and tower pattern descriptions
• Increased air carrier traffic into MARCH ARB and the impact to the local flying community
• Military traffic and possible incompatibility mixing military and civilian aircraft types
• Public use of the FBO (Million Air) facilities at MARCH ARB
• Active parachute jump zones and hazards to aircraft
• VFR/IFR call-ups and procedures
• Tower to Tower flight plans and where to find the publications
• Local airports and traffic flow
• Areas with increased possible hazards due to conflicting approach or departure corridors
• General Q&A

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Location of Seminar:
EAA Chapter 1
4130 Mennes Ave
Hangar 16A
Jurupa Valley, CA 92509
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Fly-in Seminar?:
150 seats at the facility, 113 remaining for online registration.
Registration Information:
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Sponsoring Division:
Contact Information:
Loreen Wynja
Phone: (951) 316 1583
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):

Jaclyn Kenaston:  I started my air traffic control career in 1997 after enlisting in the Air Force. I was stationed at Luke AFB, AZ for 4 years and was certified in Radar Approach. I was then hired in 2002 at March ARB, CA where I became certified in the radar and tower. I graduated Terminal Instrument Procedures School in 2015. I was promoted to Air Traffic Supervisor in 2017. In 2020, I was certified to be a FAA designated examiner. I am now in training to be the assistant Air Traffic Manager.

Joshua Pruner:  I have been working in the aviation industry since 1999. I started my aviation career working on the ramp for America West Airlines at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport. In 2001, I was sent to loadmaster school and continued in that capacity until I enlisted in the USMC in 2009. I served as a radar controller at Camp Pendleton where I became an FAA examiner and the Radar Chief. I worked to develop procedures and worked with the ATC representative from SoCal TRACON on letters of agreement to facilitate safe operations between military traffic and the public operating in the NAS. After leaving the USMC in 2014, I was hired at March ARB in 2015 as a line controller where I am fully rated in Radar Approach Control and in the Tower.

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Credit Applicability:
1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3
FAASTeam Project Information:
National Project:
Any other Operations task not covered in the NPP
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