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The white numbers in blue squares are reporting positions. When a plane leaves the gate it is to report to a blue square to hold if it does not have permission to enter onto the taxiway right away.


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Indeed USA deviates from ICAO: 5.2.2.4 Zeros are not used to precede single-digit runway markings. An optional configuration of the numeral 1 is available to designate a runway 1 and to prevent confusion with the runway centerline. Source: USA AIP - GEN 1.7 Differences From ICAO SARPs 5.2.2.4 in ICAO SARPs Annex 14 (Aerodromes) is as follows (emphasis ...


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Google is your friend. Try it. "perforated metal airstrip" https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marston_Mat "A runway two hundred feet wide and 5000 feet (1500 m) long could be created within two days by a small team of engineers."


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