July Pro Test

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kaspars
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July Pro Test
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2012-08-02 02:19:27
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  1. Apply wake turbulence procedures to aircraft operating behind ___/___ and, where indicated, to ___ aircraft behind ___ aircraft.
    heavy jets/B757s

    small, large
  2. Wake turbulence separation minima must continue to ___ for all IFR aircraft not making a ___ ___ or maintaining ___ ___.
    touchdown

    visual approach, visual separation
  3. Issue wake turbulence cautionary advisories and the ___, ___ if known, and ___ _ ___ of the heavy jet or B757 to:
    1.TERMINAL. VFR aircraft not being ___ ___ but are behind heavy jets or B757s.
    2.IFR aircraf that accept a ___ ___ or ___ ___.
    3.TERMINAL. VFR arriving aircraft that have previously been ___ ___ and the ___ has been discontinued.
    • position, altitude, direction of flight
    • radar vectored
    • visual approach or visual separation
    • radar vectored, vectoring
  4. Separate aircraft operating ___ ___, or ___ ___ and __ __ ___ feet ___, or following  an aircraft conducting an ___ ___ by:
    1. Heavy behind heavy - _ miles
    2. Large/heavy behind B757 - _ miles
    3. Small behind B757 - _ miles
    4. Small/large behind heavy - _ miles
    • directly behind
    • directly behind, less than 1,000 feet below
    • instrument approach

    • 4 miles
    • 4 miles
    • 5 miles
    • 5 miles
  5. Separate an aircraft landing behind another aircraft on the same runway, or one making a ___ _ ___, ___ _ ___, or ___ ___ by ensuring the following minima will exist at the time the preceding aircraft is over the ___ ___:
    1. Small behind large - _ miles
    2. Small behind B757 - _ miles
    3. Small behind heavy - _ miles
    • touch-and-go
    • stop-and-go
    • low approach
    • landing threshold

    • 4 miles
    • 5 miles
    • 6 miles
  6. Generator Training
    Use the _-___ checklist prior to operating the generator
    Use the __-_-__ checklist for starting the generator if the ___ ___ and ___ feature fails
    Check the generator every _ hours during operation for leaks.  Notify ___, x____ and _____, x____ if leak is discovered
    • pre-operation
    • step-by-step
    • auto start, transfer
    • 2 hours
    • CES, x2001
    • CEOIG, x6515
  7. Generator training
    Notify 366 CES ___ ___ ___, x____ of any unscheduled generator operation within _ minutes after starting the generator
    To the extent possible, approve 366 __/___ and 366 ___/_____ request for emergency generator testing
    Coordinate with 366 ___/_____ to schedule annual generator training
    • customer service center, x2001
    • 30 minutes
    • CS/SCM and 366 CES/CEOIG
    • 366 CES/CEOIG
  8. Auxiliary power for ATCALS facilities
    The __/__ must determine which ATCALS and ATC ___ ___ require the installation and operation of auxiliary backup power generators and ___ ___ and ___ systems to ensure long term, seamless operation in the event of a commercial power failure
    • OG/CC
    • communications facilities
    • auto start and transfer
  9. Merging target procedures
    Except while they are established in a ___ ___, apply merging target procedures to all radar identified:
    1. Aircraft at ___ feet and ___
    2. ___ aircraft regardless of ___
    3. ___ aircraft regardless of ___
    Issue ___ ___ to those aircraft listed above whose targets appear likely to merge unless the aircraft are separated by more than the appropriate ___ ___ minima
    • holding pattern
    • 10,000 feet and above
    • turboject, altitude
    • presidential, altitude
    • traffic information, vertical separation
  10. Do not assign speed adjustment to aircraft:
    1. __ _ __ FL ___ without pilot consent
    2. Executing a published ___ ___ instrument approach procedure
    3. In a ___ ___
    4. Inside the ___ ___ ___ on final or a point _ miles from the ___, whichever is closer to the runway.
    • at or above FL 390
    • high altitude
    • holding pattern
    • final approach fix, 5 miles from the runway
  11. At the time an ___ ___ is issued, previously issued speed adjustments must be restated if required.
    approach clearance
  12. Express speed adjustments in terms of ___ based on indicated airspeed in _-knot increments.  At or above FL __, speeds may be expressed in terms of mach numbers in ___ increments for ___ aircraft with mach meters
    • knots
    • 10-knot
    • FL 240
    • 0.01
    • turbojet
  13. Pilots complying with speed adjustment instructions should mantain a speed within plus or minus __ knots or __ mach number of the specified speed
    • 10 knots
    • 0.02 mach
  14. Airspeed minima
    To aircraft operating between FL 280 and 10,000 feet, a speed not less than ___ knots
    250
  15. Airspeed minima
    To arrival aircraft operating below 10,000 feet:
    1. Turbojet aircraft.  A speed not less than ___ knots; except when the aircraft is within __ flying miles of the runway threshold of the airport of intented landing, a speed not less than __ knots
    2. Reciprocating engine and turboprop aircraft, a speed not less than __ knots; except when the aircraft is within __ flying miles of the runway threshold of the airport of intended landing, a speed not less than __ knots
    • 210 knots
    • 20 flying miles
    • 170 knots

    • 200 knots
    • 20 flying miles
    • 150 knots
  16. Airspeed minima
    Departures:
    1. Turbojet aircraft.  A speed not less than __ knots
    2. Reciprocating engine and turboprop aircraft.  A speed not less than __ knots
    • 230 knots
    • 150 knots
  17. Airspeed minima
    Helicopters. A speed not less than __ knots
    60 knots

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