Naval Air Traffic Management Systems Program Office (PMA-213) is the Naval Aviation Enterprise’s Program Office for all Navy and Marine Corps Air Traffic Management Systems.
- Maintain Naval Air Traffic Management Systems for our Warfighters today.
- Deliver advanced Air Traffic Control and Landing Capability.
- Deliver improved Combat Identification capability.
Air Traffic Control Systems
The Air Traffic Control (ATC) Systems IPT is responsible for acquisition and life cycle support for systems that provide ATC capability for Navy and Marine Corps Air Stations, aboard CV and LH class ships, at Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facilities (FACSFAC), and for Marine Corps Expeditionary Air Traffic Control Detachments.More Information
The Combat Identification (CID) IPT provides acquisition and life cycle management for systems that provide Cooperative and Non Cooperative Target ID capability for the warfighter. Combat Identification is integral to all Combat Mission Areas. Systems include:
- ACAT II Mark XIIA Mode 5 Identification Friend or Foe (IFF)
- Digital Interrogator
- Common Digital Transponder
- Shipboard Interrogator System and Processor
- Countermeasures Set
The Landing Systems (LS) IPT is responsible for acquisition and life cycle support for systems that provide aircraft landing capability both at sea and on land.
The Landing Systems IPT consists of the ACAT ID Joint Precision Approach and Landing System (JPALS) program, Automatic Carrier Landing System (AN/SPN-46(V)3), Instrument Carrier Landing System (AN/SPN-41/41A), the Precision Approach Radar (AN/SPN-35B/C) and TACAN.More Information
Joint Precision Approach & Landing Systems
Joint Precision Approach and Landing Systems (JPALS) is an all-weather landing system based on differential GPS for land-based and sea-based aircraft.More Information