Location and orientation marks. All overlay plots should be keyed accurately to their
base map at the top right and bottom left by transposing grid lines and indicating the 100,000
meter (m) prefix and grid numbers.
Title block information can be obtained from a number of sources to include the data
blocks on the imagery, a pilot's trace, titling data on the film head or tail, or on the map.
2. Normally, the title block consists of information required by local SOP. The following
example illustrates the minimum data required for a plot of an IR mission. This information is
preceded by the title "INTERPRETATION PLOT" (Figure 2-1).
For quality, use the given NI IRS specification.
3. AN/AYA-10 automatic data annotation system (ADAS). The data block on IR imagery is
produced by the AN/AYA-10 ADAS. This data block appears every 2 inches on IR imagery in
either binary code or numbered text (Figure 2-2).