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  1. (Regs and Pubs)
    Upon arrival to a new duty station, within how many days must you turn in your IATF/IFRF?
    14 Days. (pg. 6 par. 2-8 (a)
  2. (Regs and Pubs)
    What are your VFR and IFR fuel reserve requirements?
    Enough fuel to reach destination and alternate and have fuel reserve of 30 min IFR/20 min VFR. (pg. 31 par 5-2 (b)
  3. (Aeromed AR 40-8)
    What conditions restrict you from flying for 12 hrs?
    • (ASIA)
    • Alcohol
    • Simulator sickness
    • Immunizations
    • Anesthesia (local and dental)
  4. (Aeromed AR 40-8)
    What conditions restrict you from flying for 24 hrs?
    • Blood or Plasma donation (72 hrs for 200 cc or more)
    • Hypobaric chamber >25,000'
    • SCUBA/Hyperbaric
  5. (Aeromed AR 40-8)
    What conditions restrict you from flying for 48 hrs?
    Anesthesia (general, spinal, epidural)
  6. (Aeromed AR 40-8)
    What conditions restrict you from flying for 72 hrs?
    Donating blood (200 cc or more)
  7. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    What are the types of hypoxia?
    • Hypoxic
    • Hypemic
    • Histotoxic
    • Stagnant
  8. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    What are the stages of Hypoxia?
    • (ICDC)
    • Indifferent: 0-10,000'
    • Compensatory: 10-15,000'
    • Disturbance: 15-20,000'
    • Critical: 20-25,000'
  9. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    What are the types of stressors?
    • Psychosocial
    • Physiological
    • Cognitive
    • Environmental
  10. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    What are the types of fatigue?
    • Acute
    • Chronic
    • Motivational Exaustion, or Burnout
  11. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    Two types of cells used by the eye?
    • Rods
    • Cones
  12. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    Chemicals in the Rods & Cones?
    • Rods: Rhodopsin (black & white)
    • Cones: Iodopsin (color)
  13. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    Average time to dark adapt?
    30-45 min.
  14. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    Day blind spot covers what area?
    5.5-7.5 deg. (stupid, stupid question!)
  15. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    The day blind spot is located about ________degrees from the fovea and originates where the optic nerve attaches to the retina?
    15 deg
  16. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    What are the three types of vision and when are they used?
    • Photopic: Day
    • Mesopic: Dawn or Dusk
    • Scotopic: Night
  17. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    The _________________ occurs when the fovea becomes inactive under low-level light conditions. The night blind spot involves an area from ______________ degrees wide in the center of the visual field.
    • Night blind spot
    • 5-10 deg.
  18. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    ______________is often referred to as nearsightedness?
    Myopia
  19. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    _____________is often referred to as farsightedness?
    Hyperopia
  20. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    ___________ is the inability to focus different meridians simultaneously?
    Astigmatism
  21. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    This condition is part of the normal aging process, which causes the lens to harden?
    Presbyopia
  22. (AEROMED/ Night flt.)
    As aviators how can we correct for the night blind spot?
    Off-center viewing

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