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  1. For Truman MOA work. What is the formula to figure out the "top" when using SZL altimeter setting?
    Lower top 10 feet per .01 below 299.2
  2. When SZL weather is below 1500'/3, what does it mean when the SOF dirrects "land with" fuel?
    This is the fuel for a normal IFR divert to the alternate (adjusted for conditions such as weather)
  3. When SZL weather is above 1500'/3, what does it mean when the SOF dirrects "be in the pattern with" fuel?
    This is the fuel for a normal IFR divert to the alternate (adjusted for conditions such as icing). Once in the pattern, flight may be continued to "normal recovery fuel"
  4. At SZL, what is "Normal recovery fuel"?
    Fuel on initial of at the FAF for the full-stop landing. Normally 1000# at Whiteman, it may be adjusted up by the SOF.
  5. What is the minimum, unwaivered, runway length?
    8,000ft
  6. If Takeoff distans is _________ of the runway length, do not takeoff.
    Greater than 80%
  7. what is the min RCR for takoff and landing?
    10
  8. If there is standing water on the runway, what does that basically mean to us?
    No takeoff of T&G permitted
  9. In order for a rolling takeoff to be legal, what runway length (minimum) are we looking for?
    Runway length needs to exceed CFL by at least 1,000'
  10. What is the cutoff fuel restriction for No flap practice patterns?
    Fuel must be less than 2500#
  11. Closed patternes are prohibited on ititial takeoff (T/F)
    True
  12. In regards to SE and No Flap practice circling, what are the restrictions?
    Do not practice No flap or SE circling...maintain 60% until final.
  13. For landing distance, if it is ________ of the runway leangth, land at alternate if possible.
    Greater than 80%
  14. For Full Stops, practice no flaps are prohibited?
    True
  15. If during a true SE full Stop, when is 100% flaps required?
    If landing distance is greater than 2/3 of the runway avail.
  16. when in the MOA, what is the minimum altitude for Aero?
    5000' AGL
  17. When in the MOA, what is the minimum altitude for practice stalls"
    8000' AGL
  18. What are some considerations for a Right Gen Failure-No Crossover?
    Consider covering up main ADI when flying no-gyro vectors. Monitor cabin pressure b/c the canopy seal is INOP.
  19. If you have a Right Gen Failure-No Crossover, what would be some recovery options?
    VFR, Formation, or No-gyro ASR/PAR off STBY ADI
  20. IF you have a TR Failure, what are some quick considerations?
    Conserve Battery use. Limit use of radio, AB, speed brake, nav equipment. Turn on instrument lights and set to dim.
  21. With a TR failure, what are the three main Recovery options?
    • 1) Battery ON, clean Config
    • 2) Battery OFF, Clean Config
    • 3) Battery ON or OFF, Configured
  22. During a TR Failure, and accomplishing a Battery ON, Clean configuration, what are your Goals?
    Recover before battery failure. Consider this if withen 70 miles of recovery base and DC equipment is considered necessary during entire recovery. Squak EMER. Accelerate to highest speed w/o AB. Consider distance required to slow for configuration. Configure and land.
  23. During a TR Failure, and accomplishing a Battery OFF, Clean configuration, what are your Goals?
    Conserve battery for approach and landing. Consider this if the range is too great to leave battery on, DC not required for enroute portion and/r DC necessary for approach and landing. Squak EMER. Obtain Range/Bearing information for recovery field, turn to heading and hack clock. Navigate to field via DR. Descend to min/emer safe altitude wehn able. Turn on battery and radio when necessary to descend, get vectors or land.
  24. During a TR Failure, and accomplishing a Battery ON or OFF, Configured configuration, what are your Goals?
    Ensure normal configuration, especially flaps. Consider this if recovery field runway conditions dictate absolute requirement for flaps. Squak EMER. Slow and configure with 60% flaps. If landing within 10 min, leave battery ON, if not, turn battery OFF and follow Steps for a Battery OFF, clean config option.
  25. With a DC failure (TR Failure and Battery Dead), what main systems will you lose?
    All comm and Nav equip, AB and restart, crossfeed and fuel shutoff, flaps, speedbrakes, NWS, Normal Gear, extension/retraction, gear horn, fire warning system, stby ADI, bright CWS
  26. Crosswind Limit for T&G Dry?
    25
  27. Crosswind Limit for T&G Wet?
    20
  28. Crosswind Limit for Full Stop Dry?
    30
  29. Crosswind Limit for Full Stop Wet?
    20
  30. Crosswind Limit for Full Stop with standing water and Ice?
    10
  31. With Crosswinds Greater than or Equal to 15kts, what do you need to do a 60%/100% Flap T&G?
    Either 10K foot Rwy or Barrier
  32. With Crosswinds Greater than or Equal to 15kts, what do you need to do a No Flap T&G?
    These are Prohibited with these conditions!

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