NODDS meteorological products include surface pressure, pressure heights, and
high wind/high seas warnings. NODDS oceanographic products include
sea/swell data, sea surface temperature data, and various acoustic path range
A significant processing advantage of NODDS is that it allows users to define an
area of interest and display different types of data for that area.
JMV products are obtained via the NIPRNET
A21. The FNMOC website.
JMV defined areas are defined by the regional METOC centers and by FNMOC
The primary purpose of OPARS is toprovide a flight planning service to the Naval
Aviation community that minimizes rime enroute and fuel consumption.
The OPARS data base is located at the users PC terminal (normally MIDDS).
The Optimum Path Aircraft Routing Systems Users Manual P-3710. This can be
obtained from the FNMOC website.
DRP products can be ordered via AUTODIN message or by telephone.
DRP Users Manual, FLENUMETOCCEN P-3146, and United States Navy
Meteorological and Oceanographic Support System Manual,
Type of object, time object began to drift, latitude/longitude where object began to
drift, and the estimated navigational error of the objects position.
The ENVR product is an alphanumeric BT/SVP profile that can be used as input to
onboard acoustic prediction systems.