weather abort

weather abort

A mission or a sortie of a flight aborted because of prevalent weather conditions at any stage of the flight (i.e., at the aerodrome of departure, en route, or at the target or destination).
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Always have an "Out" - always have a back-up option to execute for all aspects of the mission to include such basic actions as formation overshoots, weather aborts from low altitude and unusual attitudes at night with NVGs.