Runway located on side of 2100' mtn; approach from southwest land runway 02 only; takeoff runway 20 only; high terrain both sides and north end runway; successful GO-AROUND improbable.
All military, government and civilian aircraft must obtain A prior permission required number 24 hours prior to scheduled arrival but no later than 1 hr prior to departure for the site. Contact site personnel at: DSN 317-552-9419/9370, C907-552-9419/9370.
Passengers must coordinate all travel with ars program management (DSN 317-552-4400/9630 or C907-552-4400/9630) prior to any NON-EMERGENCY travel to the site.
Caution; wnds in excess of 20 kts may produce severe turbulance.
Be alert: sharp drop off west side of runway. Restrict 180 deg turns to north end of runway, at apron area
Contact 611 asus/lram at DSN: 317-552-1448/4176 or com: 907-552-1448/4176 for calps. mail calp application to: attn: 11 AF airfield manager 10471 20TH street suite 231, jber, ak 99506. Civil aircraft landing permit (calp) contact numbers DSN: 317-552-1448/4176 or com: (907) 552-1448/4176, E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caution: non-standard airfield markings.
Weather measuring equipment on approach end runway 02 right side. Mkrs 250' apart entire length.
Due to terrain; winds from 070-150 deg (mag) may be stronger than reported winds.
Daylgt operations only.
After initial radio contact on frequency 126.2 or 121.5 expect A 30 minimum delay for current airstrip condition.
Usaf installation. all civil aircraft operators must have A current civil aircraft landing permit (calp) before A prior permission required can be issued. iaw air force instruction 10-1001 (http://static.E-PUBLISHING.af.mil/production/1/AF_A3_5/publication/AFI10-1001/AFI10-1001.pdf) at least 30 days prior to first intended landing. Failure to obtain and have onboard approved calp will result in fines levied against violators and reports forwarded to the faa fsdo and U.s. ATTORNEY'S office iaw 32 cfr 855 and usaf operating instructions.
Be alert: possibly large nrs of 'GLAUCOUS GULLS' may be present in the area of cape romanzof lrrs airfield during early to mid june. Also canada geese, and tundra swans during mid aug to early sep.
During tower commercial and subsistence herring fishery activities, gulls have been observed in high nrs (500-1000) on the beach below the approach to the runway.
The incrd bird and gull activity is in addition to the bird activities in the risk analysis of wildlife hazards to aircraft at cape romanzof. Diligence by all personnel is recommended throughout the season.