If the SSRSSR —Secondary Surveillance Radar fails, that will severely limit ATC's ability to see and track you and thereby cause potential safety risks. If this happens before flight, you may not proceed with an IFRIFR —Instrument flight rules flight unless permission is received from ATCATC —Air Traffic Control prior to the flight to continue. If it happens during flight, inform ATCATC —Air Traffic Control immediately.
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If you discover the SSRSSR —Secondary Surveillance Radar is unservicable prior to take off, what are the implications for the flight?