DA Form 2397-11 Technical Report of U.S. Army Aircraft Accident, Part Xii - Weather / Environmental

DA Form 2397-11 or the "Technical Report Of U.s. Army Aircraft Accident, Part Xii - Weather / Environmental" is a Department of the Army-issued form used by and within the United States Military.

The form - often incorrectly referred to as the DD form 2397-11 - was last revised on February 1, 2009. Download an up-to-date fillable DA Form 2397-11 down below in PDF-format or look it up on the Army Publishing Directorate website.

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TECHNICAL REPORT OF U.S. ARMY AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT
REQUIREMENTS CONTROL SYMBOL
PART XII - WEATHER/ENVIRONMENTAL
CSOCS-309
For use of this form, DA Pamphlet 385-40; the proponent agency is OCSA.
1.
ENVIRONMENTAL ROLE (Check "D, S, U, or N" to Indicate Definite,
9.
OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS PRESENT DURING
Suspected, Undetermined, or None)
ACCIDENT SEQUENCE
a. Weather Role
D
S
U
N
a. Animals
h. Foreign Objects
b. Other Environmental Condition
D
S
U
N
b. Fowl
i. Temperature
(Specify in blk 9)
2.
GENERAL DATA AT TIME OF OCCURRENCE
c. Surface
j . Vibration
o
a. Temperature
C (est)
d. Pressure Altitude (+ or-)
d. Noise
k. Dust
b. Altimeter Setting (HG)
e.
IMC
VMC
e. Chemicals
l. Other (Specify)
c. Altimeter Reading (MSL)
f. Radiation
m. None
3.
SKY CONDITION
g. Glare
a. Clear
d. Overcast (
feet)
Icing Severity
10. AIRCRAFT ICING
feet)
b. Scattered (
e. Partial Obscuration
Trace
Light
Moderate
Severe
None
Yes
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
c. Broken
(
feet)
f. Obscuration
4.
HORIZON
a. Main Rotor Blades
a. Visible
c. Obscured
b. Wings
b. Partially Obscured
c. Propellers
5. VISIBILITY (Naut. miles)
d. Control Surfaces
e. Rotor Head
6.
OBSTRUCTION TO VISION
a.
Natural
(7) Blowing Dust
f. Tail Rotor
(1) Dust
(8) Blowing Sand
g. Fuselage
(2) Fog
(9) Blowing Snow
h. Pitot Static System
(3) Ground Fog
(10) Sun
i. Aileron
(4) Haze
(11) Rain
j . Engine Air Inlet
(5) Ice Fog
(12) Other (Specify)
k. Fuel Vents
(6) Smoke
(13) None
l. Antenna
b.
Induced (rotorwash, etc.)
m.Windscreen
(1) Blowing Snow
(4) Blowing Spray
n. Other
(2) Blowing Sand
(5) Other (Specify)
11.
MOON ILLUMINATION DATA (for night accidents)
(3) Blowing Dust
(6) None
a. Moon Above Horizon
Yes
No
7.
WINDS
b. Moon Visible
Yes
No
a. Aloft (at en route altitude)
Dir
Velocity
c. Moon
Degrees Above Horizon
b. Surface
(1) Surface Wind Dir. and Variance
d. Percent of Moon Illumination
Winds
e. Moon
(2) Surface Wind Velocity and Gust Spread (KT)
O'clock Position From Flight Path/Nose of Aircraft
f. Time (LCL) of Moon Rise and Set
L Rises
L Sets
8.
SIGNIFICANT WEATHER (a maximum of three may be selected)
a. Hail
h. Thunderstorm
12.
TURBULENCE
b. Sleet
i. Gusty Winds
None
(If "Yes" check "C" for continuous, "I" for intermittent,
and "O" for occasional)
Yes
c. Fog
j . Freezing Rain
C
I
O
d. Drizzle
k. Other (Specify)
a. Light
e. Rain
l. Unknown
b. Moderate
f. Snow
m. None
c. Severe
g. Lightning
d. Extreme
e. None
13. FORECAST
Correct
Incorrect
Unknown
14. REMARKS (Use additional sheet if required)
15. CASE NO.
a. Date
b. Time
c. Acft Serial No.
(YYYYMMDD)
DA FORM 2397-11, FEB 2009
PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE.
APD LC v1.00

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