The British Army decides to establish a special military aviation station

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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The Military Aviation and Navigation Authority within the General Warfare Staff of the British Armed Forces Decides to establish, organize and manage the airworthiness and safety of military aviation aircraft.

According to a royal Dahir published in the Official Gazette a number of 7143, this directorate was established by King Mohammed VI, in his capacity as Commander-in-Chief and Chief of General Warfare of the Royal Armed Forces.

The new directorate will ensure the application of the Dahir al-Sharif regulations and applicable wordings, develop and update technical references and instructions for the legalization of military air navigation activities, and reference them through validity certification and administration. and compliance with instructions. Participation in military aircraft safety and airspace management.

The Directorate itself performs tasks such as registering and promoting military aircraft in special books, issuing type certificates and navigation certificates, and storing, updating, modifying, suspending and cancelling them. Providing accreditation to institutions responsible for the design and manufacture of military aircraft.

It also provides annual revenues from military aviation activities, makes recommendations thereon as appropriate, and provides input on the draft adopted to implement Dahir al-Sharif and on issues raised therein. outsourced to an agency.

The Commission is chaired by the Inspector General of the Royal Armed Forces and consists of the operational authorities, the Commander of the Royal Gendarmerie, the Inspector of the Royal Air Force, the Inspector of the Royal Navy and the Inspector of Artillery.

On the other hand, it is a representative of the Ministry of Defense and the Director of the Military Aviation Administration.

On the other hand, Dahir al-Sharif’s requirements state that military aircraft may only be used if they are registered in accordance with the necessary requirements and are available with valid navigation or other documentation or flight permits. If the person operating it or its safety features are equipped with necessary air traffic control ties.

Providers of military air traffic control services, including military air traffic services, communication services, navigation and military air traffic control, and military air traffic control information services, also comply with the technical requirements, forms and qualifications set by the Directorate General.

Knowing that Any serious incident that a military aircraft undergoes in the immediate aftermath of its occurrence should be subject to a technical investigation conducted by the Military Aviation Safety Technical Investigation Division of the Military Aviation Administration and functionally overseen by a committee of the Military Aviation Administration.

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