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  1. The low altitude route structure extends up to but not including ___________________.  For operation in this structure, the altimeter would be set to the _____________________ ___________________ ______________________, or ______________. (QNE/QNH).
    18,000 feet MSL; current altimeter setting, QNH.
  2. The upper limit of the high altitude route structure is ______________.  Airways in this structure are called __________________ __________________.
    FL 450; jet routes.
  3. Pressure altitudes are used above ____________ feet in the United States and are referred to as _____________ ______________.
    17,999 feet; flight levels
  4. In a radar environment, level at assigned altitude of 5000, and told to contact Jacksonville Center over Marianna, what is the correct contact?  ______________________________________________.
    Jacksonville Center, Army Copter 12345, level 5000, over.
  5. Fill in the standard takeoff minimums for the following qualifications:

    Airplanes with 50 hours (PC) of actual weather __________________________________.

    Helicopters with less than 50 hours (PC) of actual weather _________________________.
    • Airplanes - no minimums,
    • Helicopter - ceiling 100 feet and either visibility 1/4 mile or RVR 1200 feet or metric equivalent.
  6. Weather briefing void time is _________________________________________________.
    1 hour 30 minutes from briefing time
  7. To file IFR, destination weather must be forecast to be equal to or greater than the published weather planning minimum for the approach procedure to be flown --

    A. From 1 hour prior to 1 hour after ETA.
    B. At ETA through 1 hour after ETA.
    C. At ETA.
    B.  ETA through 1 hour after ETA.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. Airspace which may contain hazards to nonparticipating aircraft in international airspace
    Warning area.
  9. Designated airspace within which the flight of aircraft is prohibited
    Prohibited area.
  10. Airspace designated under FAR Part 73, within which the flight of aircraft while not wholly prohibited, is subject to restrictions.
    Restricted area
  11. Airspace which may contain a high volume of pilot training activities or an unusual type of aerial activity, neither of which is hazardous to aircraft.
    Alert area.
  12. Airspace of defined vertical and lateral dimensitons established outside Class A airspace to separate/segregate certain military activities from IFR traffic where thse activities are conducted.
    Military operations area (MOA)
  13. Routes of defined vertical and lateral dimensions established
    for the conduct of military flight training at airspeeds in excess of 250 knots IAS
    Military training routes (MTR).
  14. Where may special VFR operations be conducted?
    Operations may be conducted under the weather minimums and requirements of FAR 91.157, instead of those contained in 91.155, below 10,000 feet MSL within the airspace contained by the upward extension of the lateral boundaries of the controlled airspace designated to the surface for an airport.
  15. When ATP requirements are not met the commander will ____________________________.
  16. Practice hooded approaches are restricted to what altitude when the aircraft has dual controls and a pilot acting as a safety pilot/observer is not at one set of controls?
    500 feet AGL.
  17. 13. What is the required IFR fuel reserve for an Army rotary wing aircraft? 
    30 minutes at cruise.
  18. 14. In a non-radar environment, level at assigned altitude of 4000, estimating SHADY at 1420, and told to contact Montgomery Approach over PETRY, what is the correct contact?
    “Montgomery Approach, Army 12345, PETRY, Level 4000, estimating SHADY at 1420, over.”
  19. What are the vis and cloud clearace requirements for 1 & 2.
    • #1        5Miles vis  1,000’ below / 1,000’ above / 1SM horizontal
    •       #2        1 Mile Day, 3 Miles Night                 500’ below / 1,000’ above / 2,000’ horizontal
  20. What are the vis and cloud clearace requirements for 3 & 4.
    #3        1/2 Day, 1 Night              Clear of Clouds

      #4        3 Mi  500’ below / 1,000’ above / 2,000’ horizontal
  21. What are the vis and cloud clearace requirements for 5 & 6.
    • #5        3        Clear of Clouds
    • #6        3        500’ below / 1,000’ above / 2,000’ horizontal
  22. Which of the aircraft above cannot operate VFR beneath a ceiling of less than 1000 feet?
    Aircraft #4, #5, and #6.

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