How do I customize Hazard Advisor altitudes in Military Flight Bag?

Military Flight Bag (MFB) customers can customize hazard advisor altitudes. This customization can be done on the Maps view from the flight plan viewer or from a Hazard Settings button that appears at the bottom of the Maps view when the Hazard Advisor map layer is enabled.

Customizing the Hazard Advisor altitudes from the flight plan viewer

To customize the Hazard Advisor altitude from the flight plan viewer, perform the following steps.

STEP 1: From the Maps view, select the FPL button to view the flight plan viewer.

STEP 2: Select Profile in the flight plan viewer. 

STEP 3: Tap the flight plan viewer settings button (gear icon).

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Go to FPL > Profile > Settings (gear icon)

STEP 4: Tap Hazard Altitudes. With MFB, a Custom option is available in the Hazard Altitudes list.

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Select Hazard Altitudes

STEP 5: Tap Custom

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Select Custom

STEP 6: Tap Back. In the Hazard Settings popover, there appears a Custom Altitudes section. 

STEP 7: Enter the desired Alert and Caution Altitudes. Altitudes may be set as low as 0’ or as high as 99,999’. While the Caution Altitude and Alert Altitude may be the same, the Caution Altitude cannot be lower than the Alert Altitude. Practically speaking, the Caution Altitude should be greater than the Alert altitude.

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Enter custom altitudes

 

Customizing the Hazard Advisor altitudes with the Hazard Advisor map layer turned on

To customize the Hazard Advisor altitudes from the Hazard Advisor map layer settings option, perform the following steps.

STEP 1: From the Maps view, select Hazard Advisor from the map layer drop-down in the upper left corner of the Maps view. A hazard legend and hazards setting view will appear at the bottom of the Maps view.

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Select the Hazard Advisor map layer

STEP 2: Select the Hazard Settings button (gear icon). The Hazard Settings popup will appear.

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Select the Hazard Settings button

STEP 3: Tap Hazard Altitudes from the popup. With MFB, a Custom option is available in the Hazard Altitudes list.

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Select Hazard Altitudes

STEP 4: Tap Custom

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Select Custom

STEP 5: Tap Back. In the Hazard Settings popover, there appears a Custom Altitudes section. 

STEP 6: Enter the desired Alert and Caution Altitudes. Altitudes may be set as low as 0’ or as high as 99,999’. While the Caution Altitude and Alert Altitude may be the same, the Caution Altitude cannot be lower than the Alert Altitude. Practically speaking, the Caution Altitude should be greater than the Alert altitude.

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Enter custom altitudes