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Central Altitude Reservation Function (CARF)
You have arrived at the fourth stop of your ATCSCC tour, CARF.
The Central Altitude Reservation Function (CARF) supports United States peace and war plan objectives and other special activities.  The CARF is responsible for coordinating military and civilian altitude reservations for operations within the NAS. The Blue Angels

CARF personnel must be able to determine when military operations, national security aircraft operations, and other civilian emergency operations require special traffic management coordination.  CARF is also the coordination point for all Open Skies Treaty Operations.

To learn more about the CARF, go here

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