AIRPORTMARKINGS

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AIRPORTMARKINGS
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  1. AIRPORT MARKING AIDS AND SIGNS PROVIDE
    • INFORMATION
    • UNIFORMITIY
  2. WHAT ARE THE 3 TYPES OF MARKINGS FOR RUNWAYS?
    • VISUAL (BASIC RUNWAY)
    • NONPRECISION INSTRUMENT
    • PRECISION INSTRUMENT
  3. WIDTH FOR A PRIMARY INSTRUMENT AND BASIC RUNWAY CENTERLINE
    • PRI=MINIMUM OF 36 INCHES
    • BASIC=12 TO 18
  4. RUNWAY THRESHOLD MARKINGS
    • TEN LONGITUDINAL STRIPES OF UNIFORM DIMENSIONS
    • IF RUNWAY IS LESS THAN 200 FEET WIDE, MARKINGS SHALL BE 20 FEET LESS THAN THE RUNWAY WIDTH
  5. TAXIWAY IS MARKED BY?
    CONTINUOUS RETROREFLECTIVE YELLOW LINE. EDGES MARKED, ARE 2 CONTINUOUS LINES.
  6. STANDARD HOLDING POSITION MARKINGS ARE LOCATED WHERE?
    MARKINGS ARE LOCATED NOT LESS THAN 175 FEET FROM THE RUNWAY EDGE.
  7. CATEGORY II HOLDING POSITION MARKING LOCATION AND DIEMENTIONS?
    SHALL BE LOCATED NOT LESS THAN 400 FEET FROM THE RUNWAY CENTERLINE

    12 INCHES WIDE AND 24 INCHES APART AND PERPENDICULAR TO THE TAXIWAY TOGETHER WITH THE DOUBLE 12 INCH WIDE CONNECTING LINES AT 10 FOOT INTERVALS.
  8. CLOSED OR HAZARDOUS AREAS
    YELLOW CROSSES ARE PLACED AT EACH END OF THE RUNWAY AND AT 1,000 FOOT INTERVALS.
  9. DIEMENTIONS OF YELLOW CROSSES
    SHALL HAVE ARMS 10 FEET WIDE AND 60 FEET OVERALL IN LENGTH WITH THE ARMS CROSSING AT RIGHT ANGLES.
  10. TEMPORAILY CLOSED TAXIWAYS ARE BLOCKED WITH:
    BARRICADES
  11. RUNWAY DISTANCE REMAINING SIGNS ARE?
    BLACK BACKGROUND WITH A WHITE NUMERAL INSCRIPTION
  12. ARRESTING GEAR SIGN
    YELLOW DISK ON A BLACK AQUARE BACKGROUND
  13. RUNWAY EDGE LIGHTS
    • SPACED AT EVEN 200-FOOT (+/- 12IN) INTERVALS.
    • WHITE, EXCEPT ON INSTRUMENT RUNWAYS WHICH YELLOW REPLACES WHTE THE LAST 2000 FEET OR HALF THE RUNWAY LENGTH.
  14. THRESHOLD LIGHTS
    RED/GREEN BIDIRECTIONAL LIGHTS WITH GREEN SHOWING TOWARD THE APPROACH ZONE AND RED TOWARD THE RUNWAY , ARRANGED RIGHT AND LEFT OF THE RUNWAY CENTERLINE.
  15. RUNWAY END IDENTIFIER LIGHTS (REIL)
    • IDENTIFY THE ENDS OF THE RUNWAY FROM A DISTANCE
    • CONSISTS OF A PAIR OF SYNCHRONIZED FLASHING LIGHTS
  16. VISUAL APPROACH SLOPE INDICATORS(VASI)
    • PROVIDE VISUAL DESCENT GUIDANCE
    • VISIBLE 3-5 MILES IN THE DAY
  17. PRECISION APPROACH PATH INDICATORS (PAPI)
    VISUAL EFFECTIVE RANGE OF 5MILES DURING THE DAY AND UP TO 20 NIGHT
  18. OPTICAL LANDING AIDS (OLA)
    • REQUIRED VISUAL AID FOR LANDINGS ON AIRCRAFT CARRIERS.
    • FRESNEL LENS OPTICAL LANDING SYSTEM (FLOLS)
    • DISPLAYS A YELLOW LIGHT(BALL) ALIGNED WITH A ROW OF GREEN LIGHTGS(DATUM LIGHTS)
    • AT LAND BASES LOCATED ON PORT SIDE APPROXIMATELY 750 FEET FROM THRESHOLD
  19. ROTATING BEACONS
    • NOT LESS THAN 1000 FEET FROM THE CENTERLINE OF THE NEAREST RUNWAY
    • 750 FEET OR MORE FROM THE CONTROL TOWER
    • NOT MORE THAN 5000 FEET FROM THE NEAREST POINT OF USUABLE LANDING AREA
    • BASE IS NOT LESS THAN 20 FEET HIGHER THAN THE ELEVATION OF THE FLOOR OF THE CONTROL TOWER CAB.
  20. AVIATION RED OBSTRUCTION LIGHTS
    • FLASHING RED BEACONS
    • AVIATION ORANGE AND WHITE PAINT IS USED FOR DAYTIME MARKING.
  21. HIGH INTENSITY WHITE OBSTRUCTION LIGHTS
    • FLASHING HIGH INTENSITY WHITE LIGHTS DURING DAYTIME WITH REDUCED INTENSITY FOR TWILIGHT AND NIGHTTIME OPERATION.
    • USED TO IDENTIFY: TRANSMISSION LINES LOCATED ACROSS RIVERS, GORGES, ETC.
  22. STANDARD WIND INDICATOR
    • 12-FOOT WIND CONE (SOCK)
    • ORANGE OR WHITE VIEWED FROM 1000 FEET.
  23. ARRESTING GEAR
    • PREVENT AIRCRAFT FROM OVERRUNNING RUNWAYS OR DURING ABORTED TAKEOFFS.
    • E28 WILL ACCOMODATE A MAXIMUM AIRCRAFT WEIGHT OF 78,000 LBS AND A MAX ENGAGING SPEED OF 160KTS.
  24. AUTOMATIC TERMINAL INFORMATION SERVICE (ATIS)
    • ATIS IS THE CONTINUOUS BROADCAST FO RECORDED NON-CONTROL INFORMATION.
    • A WRITTEN RECORD OF EACH MESSAGE SHALL BE RETAINED FOR 15 DAYS.
    • BROADCAST INTERRUPTION OF MORE THAN 12 HOURS, WILL START OVER WITH ALFA
  25. CRASH PHONE CIRCUITS
    PRIMARY
    • TESTED DAILY
    • ATC TWR
    • A/C FIRE AND RESCUE
    • STRUCTURAL FIRE AND RESCUE
    • AIR OPERATIONS DUTY OFFICE
    • STATION HOSPITAL
    • SAR ORGANIZATION
  26. CRASH PHONE
    SECONDARY STATIONS
    • PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORY
    • A/C MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT
    • EOD PERSONNEL
    • SECURITY OFFICE
    • A/C RESCUE BOAT HOUSE
    • STATION DUTY OFFICER
  27. AN/FSC-104
    PROVIDES EMERGENCY BATTERY POWER FOR SELECTED FREQUENCIES.
  28. WHAT FREQ ARE RECORDED INDEPENDENTLY?
    • UHF EMERGENCY
    • VHF EMERGENCY
    • PRIMARY LOCAL CONTROL
    • PRIMARY APPROACH CONTROL
    • AUTOMATIC TERMINAL INFORMATION SERVICE(ATIS)
  29. RECORDING SHALL BE RETAINED FOR AT LEAST __ DAYS
    15 DAYSWHERE THE ARCHIVE MEDIA IS TAPE AND 45 DAYS WHERE THE ARCHIVE MEDIA IS A HARD DISK.
  30. ORIGINAL RECORDINGS FOR MISHAPS INVOLVING DON ATCFs OR AIRCRAFT SHALL BE RETAINED UNTIL:
    • CLAIM/COMPLAINT HAS BEEN ADJUDICATED.
    • TWO YEAR STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS HAS EXPIRED.
    • RELEASED OR DIRECTED BY HIGHER AUTHORITY.
  31. WIND INDICATORS
    • READS MAGNETIC DIRECTION FROM WHICH THE WIND IS BLOWING.
    • RECEIVE INFORMATION FROM UP TO 5 TRANSMITTER SITES
    • 3 SELECTABLE TIME SPANS
    • INSTANTANEOUS
    • TWO MINUTE
    • TEN MINUTE
  32. NOTIFY MAINENANCE PERSONNEL IF A WIND DIRECTION INDICATOR IS OUT OF TOLERANCE WITH OTHER INDICATORS ON THE SAME SENSOR BY
    5 DEGREES OR IF THE WIND SPEED INDICATOR REVEALS A DISPARITY OF PLUS OR MINUS 5 KNOTS
  33. IF THE WIND INICATORS SHOW AN ERROR OF OVER 10 DEGREES OR 10 KNOTS, THE EQUIPMENT SHALL BE CONSIDERED:
    OUT OF SERVICE
  34. DIGITAL ALTIMETER SETTING INDICATOR(DASI)
    • A TOLERANCE OF NO MORE THAN .020 INCHES HG. WILL BE MAINTAINED.
    • UPDATED EVERY 10 SECONDS.
  35. IS A VISUAL/AURAL COORDINATION DEVICE CONSISTING OF A SEQUENCE OF LIGHTS AND SWITCHES USED BETWEEN RADAR AND TOWER CONTROLLERS TO COMMUNICATE A/C POSITION, TYPE, AND INTENTIOINS AND TO CONVEY CLR'S
    VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS (VISCOM)
  36. AUTOMATED WEATHER OBSERVATION SYSTEM(AWOS)
    • RANG OF 25NM FROM THE AWOS SITE
    • 10,000 FEET AGL
  37. AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM(ASOS)
    • PRIMARY SURFACE WEATHER
    • 25NM, 10,000 FEET AGL
    • A01-WITHOUT PRECIPITATION
    • A02-WITH PRECIPITATION DISCRIMINATOR
  38. AIRPORT SURFACE DETECTION PROCEDURES(ASDE)
    • WHEN VISIBILITY IS LESS THAN THE MOST DISTANT POINT ON THE ACTIVE MOVEMENT AREA.
    • WHEN, IN YOUR JUDGMENT, ITS USE WILL ASSIST YOU IN THE PERFORMANCE OF YOUR DUTIES AT ANY TIME.
    • ASDE SHALL BE OPERATED CONTINUOUSLY BETWEEN SUNSET AND SUNRISE.
  39. AIRFIELD DIAGRAMS HAVE WHAT INFORMATION?
    • RUNWAY'S LENGTH AND WIDTH
    • TAXIWAYS WITH DIRECTION INDICATED IF NOT BIDIRECTIONAL.
    • INTERSECTION TAKEOFF INFO
    • ARRESTING GEAR LOCATION AND TYPE
    • LOCATION OF NAVIGATIONAL AIDS
    • VISUAL LANDING AIDS
  40. STAUS BOARD HAS WHAT INFORMATION?
    • RADAR EQUIPMENT STATUS
    • NAVAID STATUS
    • ARRESTING GEAR STATUS
    • NOTAMs AND NON-NOTAM FIELD CONDITIONS
    • STATUS OF COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
    • OUTAGES
    • WX WARNINGS
    • OTHER PERTINENT INFO
  41. AIR TRAFFIC ACTIVITY ANALYZER
    • AICUZ STUDY UPDATES
    • ARR = 1
    • DEP= 1
    • T&G/LA, OR STOP&GO=2
    • APP W/WAVE OFF =2
  42. 7230-4 TWR LOGS CONTAIN WHAT INFORMATION
    • DATE
    • TIME OF ALL ENTRIES IN UTC
    • SIGNATURE OF SUPERVISOR ON DUTY
    • DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONAL STAUS OF ALL PRIMARY ATC EQUIPMENT
    • EMERGENCIES
    • EMERGENCY GENERATOR OPERATIONAL CHECKS.
    • PAR BAILOUT ALARM CHECKS
    • OTHER ITEMS DEEMED APPROPRIATE BY ATC FACILITY OFFICER.

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