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NOTAM Number :FDC 1/4246Download shapefiles
Issue Date :April 02, 2021 at 1704 UTC
Location :JACKSONVILLE, Florida near CRAIG VORTAC (CRG)
Beginning Date and Time :April 07, 2021 at 1600 UTC
Ending Date and Time :April 09, 2021 at 1900 UTC
Reason for NOTAM :US Navy Blue Angels aerial demonstration
Type :Airshow
Replaced NOTAM(s) :N/A
Pilots May Contact :NAS JACKSONVILLE (NIP) ATCT, 904-542-2511
Jump To: Affected Areas
Operating Restrictions and Requirements
Other Information
Affected Area(s)Top
Airspace Definition:
Center: On the CRAIG VORTAC (CRG) 236 degree radial at 10.5 nautical miles. (Latitude: 30º14'02'N, Longitude: 81º40'22'W)
Radius: 5 nautical miles
Altitude: From the surface up to and including 15000 feet MSL
Effective Date(s):
From April 07, 2021 at 1600 UTC
To April 07, 2021 at 1800 UTC
From April 07, 2021 at 1930 UTC
To April 07, 2021 at 2100 UTC
From April 08, 2021 at 1800 UTC
To April 08, 2021 at 1930 UTC
From April 09, 2021 at 1730 UTC
To April 09, 2021 at 1900 UTC
Operating Restrictions and RequirementsTop
No pilots may operate an aircraft in the areas covered by this NOTAM (except as described).
Unless authorized by ATC.

Other Information:Top
ARTCC:ZJX - Jacksonville Center
Point of Contact:KATLIN FORSTER
Telephone 480-544-2100
Authority:Title 14 CFR section 91.145
This site is informational in nature and is designed to assist pilots and aircrews for flight planning and familiarization. It may be used in conjunction with other pre-flight information sources needed to satisfy all the requirements of 14 CFR 91.103 and is not to be considered as a sole source of information to meet all pre-flight action. Due to system processing delays, recently entered notams may not be displayed
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Since radio signals can cross multiple time zones and the international date line, some worldwide standard for time and date is needed. This standard is coordinated universal time, abbreviated UTC. This was formerly known as Greenwich mean time (GMT). Other terms used to refer to it include 'Zulu time' (after the 'Z' often used after UTC times), 'universal time,' and 'world time.'

UTC is used by international shortwave broadcasters in their broadcast and program schedules. Ham radio operators, shortwave listeners, the military, and utility radio services are also big users of UTC. All of the times and dates found here at DXing.com at UTC unless otherwise indicated.

Greenwich mean time was based upon the time at the zero degree meridian that crossed through Greenwich, England. GMT became a world time and date standard because it was used by Britain's Royal Navy and merchant fleet during the nineteenth century. Today, UTC uses precise atomic clocks, shortwave time signals, and satellites to ensure that UTC remains a reliable, accurate standard for scientific and navigational purposes. Despite the improvements in accuracy, however, the same principles used in GMT have been carried over into UTC.

UTC uses a 24-hour system of time notation. '1:00 a.m.' in UTC is expressed as 0100, pronounced 'zero one hundred.' Fifteen minutes after 0100 is expressed as 0115; thirty-eight minutes after 0100 is 0138 (usually pronounced 'zero one thirty-eight'). The time one minute after 0159 is 0200. The time one minute after 1259 is 1300 (pronounced 'thirteen hundred'). This continues until 2359. One minute later is 0000 ('zero hundred'), and the start of a new UTC day.

To convert UTC to local time, you have to add or subtract hours from it. For persons west of the zero meridian to the international date line (which includes all of North America), hours are subtracted from UTC to convert to local time. Below is a table showing the number of hours to subtract from local time zones in North America in order to convert UTC to local time:

The second table is direct conversion from UTC to U.S.A. timezones.

Local TimeSubtract from UTC:
Atlantic Standard
Four hours
Atlantic Daylight
Three hours
Eastern Standard
Five hours
Eastern Daylight
Four hours
Central Standard
Six hours
Central Daylight
Five hours
Mountain Standard
Seven hours
Mountain Daylight
Six hours
Pacific Standard
Eight hours
Pacific Daylight
Seven hours
Alaskan Standard
Nine hours
Alaskan Daylight
Eight hours
Hawaiian Standard
Ten hours
UTC GMTEDT EST CDT CST MDT MST PDT PST
00008 PM 7 PM 6 PM 5 PM 4 PM
01009 PM 8 PM 7 PM 6 PM 5 PM
020010 PM 9 PM 8 PM 7 PM 6 PM
030011 PM 10 PM 9 PM 8 PM 7 PM
0400Midnight 11 PM 10 PM 9 PM 8 PM
05001 AM Midnight 11 PM 10 PM 9 PM
06002 AM 1 AM Midnight 11 PM 10 PM
07003 AM 2 AM 1 AM Midnight 11 PM
08004 AM 3 AM 2 AM 1 AM Midnight
09005 AM 4 AM 3 AM 2 AM 1 AM
10006 AM 5 AM 4 AM 3 AM 2 AM
11007 AM 6 AM 5 AM 4 AM 3 AM
12008 AM 7 AM 6 AM 5 AM 4 AM
13009 AM 8 AM 7 AM 6 AM 5 AM
140010 AM 9 AM 8 AM 7 AM 6 AM
150011 AM 10 AM 9 AM 8 AM 7 AM
1600Noon 11 AM 10 AM 9 AM 8 AM
17001 PM Noon 11 AM 10 AM 9 AM
18002 PM 1 PM Noon 11 AM 10 AM
19003 PM 2 PM 1 PM Noon 11 AM
20004 PM 3 PM 2 PM 1 PM Noon
21005 PM 4 PM 3 PM 2 PM 1 PM
22006 PM 5 PM 4 PM 3 PM 2 PM
23007 PM 6 PM 5 PM 4 PM 3 PM

A major source of confusion when using UTC is that the date also follows UTC. Suppose your local time zone is Central standard, and you want to hear a shortwave program scheduled to be broadcast at 0400 UTC Saturday. You do the math, and find that 0400 UTC is equal to 10:00 p.m. Central standard time. If you tune in at 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, however, you won't hear the program. Since the date is also UTC, you need to listen at 10:00 p.m. Friday to hear the program.

To hear the latest time in UTC, you can tune to stations WWV, in Fort Collins, Colorado and WWVH, Kauai, Hawaii on 2500, 5000, 10000 and 15000 kHz to hear the time announced in UTC each minute. WWV uses a man's voice to give the time, while WWVH uses a female voice. If you live in the central or eastern United States, and those frequencies aren't usable, you can tune to station CHU, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on 3330, 7335 7850 and 14670 kHz, to hear the current UTC time. If you're like many radio hobbyists, you will soon add a second clock set to UTC to your collection of radio gear. Click here for information on 24 hour clocks

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