ARFF.txt

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ARFF.txt
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General Brownsville Airport Knowledge
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  1. What does an uncontrolled tower mean?
    Unmanned tower between 12am - 6am
  2. What frequency does one use to broadcast his/her intentions prior to entering the movement area?
    118.9
  3. When crossing a runway after 12am, what section of the runway should be crossed?
    Ends of the runway - never across the middle
  4. Speed limit for vehicles under normal conditions
    15 mph
  5. Speed limit for vehicles in the vicinity of an aircraft?
    5 mph
  6. When entering the movement area of a controlled airport, you must?
    Contact the tower
  7. What is the frequency for Brownsville Ground?
    121.9
  8. What is the frequency for Valley approach?
    119.5
  9. What is the frequency for Valley departure?
    119.5
  10. What is CTAF?
    Common Traffic Advisory Frequency
  11. What is the frequency for CTAF?
    118.9
  12. What does the word "Roger" stand for in airport terms?
    Received your transmission
  13. What does "Wilco" stand for in airport terms?
    Received your transmission and will comply
  14. Six Steps in Communicating with airport tower
    • 1. State who you are calling
    • 2. State who you are
    • 3. State where you are
    • 4.
  15. T/F
    CB lingo is the recommended phraseology at an airport.
    False
  16. T/F
    When you receive the instructions "go ahead" you must expedite across the runway.
    False
  17. T/F
    When you can't communicate with the tower, stop and face the tower, flash your headlights until you are acknowledged by a light signal from the tower.
    True
  18. Steady red light from the tower means to stop.
    True
  19. Flashing white light from the tower means to go back where you started.
    True
  20. Alternating red and green lights from the tower means to use extreme caution.
    True
  21. Flashing red light from the tower means to get off the runway.
    True
  22. Steady green light from the tower means to go across the runway or taxiway.
    True
  23. What index does the Brownsville Airport fall under?
    Index B
  24. What does SIDA mean?
    Secured Identification Display Area
  25. What is the ARFF firefighter's role in airport security?
    The eyes and ears; challenge others
  26. How many runways are at the airport?
    4
  27. Approximately how far out is the outer marker?
    7.8 miles
  28. Which runway is the precision runway?
    13R
  29. What does the green tab on a triage tag mean?
    No transport
  30. What does the red tab mean on a triage tag?
    Immediate transport
  31. What is the ILS critical safety area for runway 31L?
    2000' x 600'
  32. What is the ILS critical safety area for runway 13R?
    500' x 2050'
  33. What color are taxiway directional signs?
    Yellow
  34. What color are taxiway location signs?
    Black
  35. Safety area for Brownsville runways
    500' x 1000'
  36. What size is the main entrance door and where is it located on the EMB 145?
    67" x 30"; left front
  37. What are the sizes of the emergency exits and where are they located on the EMB 145?
    36" x 20"; 2 over the wing, main, and service
  38. Where is the cargo door located on the EMB 145?
    Left side aft
  39. How many passengers does the EMB 145 carry?
    50
  40. How many exits does the EMB 145 have?
    4 emergency; 2 pilot and co-pilot
  41. What is the inside cabin height of the EMB 145?
    6'
  42. What is the total length of the EMB 145?
    98'
  43. T/F
    The EMB 145 has two wing mounted Allison turbofan engines.
    False
  44. T/F
    The EMB 145LR has approx. 1500 gallons of fuel.
    False
  45. T/F
    The EMB 145 is not pressurized.
    False
  46. T/F
    The EMB 145 has 150 seats of two rows each.
    False
  47. What is the agent that should not be used on aircraft tire fires?
    Carbon dioxide
  48. What is the recommended approach for an aircraft tire fire?
    The front or rear; Never from the sides
  49. What is the recommended safety distance for fusible plugs?
    300'
  50. Three safety hazards associated with a wheel assembly fire
    • Fragmentation
    • Magnesium wheels
  51. T/F
    The EMB 145 has five passenger exits.
    False
  52. T/F
    The EMB 145 is equipped with inflatable slides.
    False
  53. T/F
    The batteries on the EMB 145 are located in the tail cone of the aircraft.
    False
  54. What is the distance between the front and rear wheel assemblies?
    47' 5"
  55. What is the height of the EMB 145?
    22'
  56. What is the length of the EMB 145?
    98'
  57. What is the wingspan of the EMB 145?
    65' 9"
  58. T/F
    On airplanes provided with an APU, the fuel lines also extend to the tail cone.
    True
  59. The total fuel capacity of the EMB 145ER is approx. 1359.58 gallons.
    True
  60. T/F
    The EMB 145 has magnesium wheels.
    False
  61. T/F
    Only the rear wheels of the EMB 145 are equipped with fusible plugs.
    False
  62. T/F
    The recommended agent for a tire fire is Halo 1211.
    False
  63. T/F
    The agent that should never be used on an aircraft tire fire is dry chem.
    False

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