MC-12W Local Operating Procedures 25 June 2012

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MC-12W Local Operating Procedures 25 June 2012
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  1. Runway 15/33 is _______ feet long, _____ feet wide; the runway is grooved ____ feet either side of the centerline (center _____ feet grooved).

    A. 11,200; 200; 75; 150
    B. 11,500; 200; 25; 50
    C. 12,000; 300; 75; 150
    D. 12;000; 200; 25; 50

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009: Page 7
    [C] 12,000, 300, 75, 150
  2. Bird Watch Condition _______ is defined as heavy concentrations of birds on or immediately above the runway or in a location to create an immediate hazard to flying.

    A. Low
    B. Moderate
    C. Severe

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 9
    Severe
  3. (T/F):  IAW the Beale Installation Security Instruction, photography within restricted areas or on the flight line is prohibited without permission from the 9 OG/CC, 99 RS/CCE for the reconnaissance parking area, 9 RW/CP for the mass parking area, and AM Operations for the general flight line.

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 13
    True
  4. Aircraft shall ________ when requesting taxi.

    A. Say fuel state
    B. Accomplish radio check with Beale Ground
    C. Pass squawk and final altitude
    D. State their location on the field

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 15
    State their location on the field
  5. Aircraft and vehicles may proceed past the instrument hold line and up to the runway hold line unless ceiling is less than_____ Above Ground Level (AGL) or visibility is less than ___ statute miles (SM) or ATC specifically instructs to hold at the instrument hold line.

    A. 500; 1
    B. 800; 2
    C. 500; 2
    D. 800; 1

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 16
    800; 2
  6. Class C radar service is provided by Northern California TRACON (NCT) and BAFB Tower. NCT and BAFB Tower will coordinate sequencing and separation between IFR and VFR aircraft. Coordination procedures are contained in _________________.

    A. the IFR Supplement
    B. the FAR/AIM
    C. an ATC letter of agreement
    D. the Flight Information Handbook

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 20
    an ATC letter of agreement
  7. The ____ is the direct representative of the 9OG/CC and focal point for command and control of flight operations.

    A. SOF
    B. SQ/CC
    C. Air Traffic Controller (ATC)
    D. Tower Watch Supervisor

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 21
    SOF
  8. Once _________________, an RQ-4 that loses all command and control links is considered an Emergency and will autonomously land. Therefore, during normal operations, an RQ-4 ___________ has priority over other aircraft conducting training.

    A. reaching cruise altitude; at cruise altitude
    B. on vectors; receiving vectors
    C. inside the Final Approach Fix (FAF); inside the FAF
    D. the gear is retracted; with the gear retracted

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 21
    • inside the Final Approach Fix (FAF)
    • inside the FAF
  9. (T/F):  NOTE: Use extreme caution, mountainous terrain north and east of the airfield.

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 22
    True
  10. To allow air traffic planning and to preempt erroneous ATC “release” coordination, pilots should advise _____________ as early as possible if they intend to delay in the VFR/IFR traffic pattern prior to departing on their delivered clearance.

    A. Tower
    B. the SOF
    C. Cougar Ops
    D. Ground Control

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 22
    Ground Control
  11. When the VFR pattern is in effect, all departing aircraft, except U-2s releasing pogos, RQ-4s, and MC-12s on initial departure shall maintain at or below ________ until departure end of the runway or ATC issued turnout, then climb out according to ATC clearance.

    A. 500’ MSL
    B. 1,000’ MSL
    C. 1,500’ MSL
    D. 1,000’ AGL

    Ref: IC-2 to BAFBI 11-250; 5.5.1
    1,000' MSL
  12. (T/F):  If ATC directs or if the pilot initiates a go-around, the pilot shall fly runway heading, maintain at or below 1,000’ MSL until crossing the departure end of the runway, then climb out as instructed by approach control (or maintain VFR to stay with Tower).

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 24
    True
  13. If ATC directs “GO-AROUND LEFT/RIGHT SIDE”, the pilot shall execute standard go-around with a ground track offset ______ feet left/right of the runway. Pilots are responsible for determining the _____ foot distance. The aircraft will pull closed/turn in the same direction as the offset, so as not to overfly the runway.

    A. 300
    B. 400
    C. 500
    D. 600

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Page 24
    500
  14. Local Climb Out – Defined as: Maintain at or below 1000’ MSL until departure end, fly runway heading, climb and maintain _______ MSL. When desiring to depart into the radar pattern local pilots may be instructed to “EXECUTE LOCAL CLIMBOUT”.

    A. 3000’
    B. 2000’
    C. 5,000’
    D. 10,000’

    Ref: BAFBI 11-250 15 April 2009; Pg 25
    3,000'
  15. The MC-12 closed pattern requires the reported ceiling to be ________.

    A. 1,600’ AGL
    B. 2,000’ AGL
    C. 3,000’ AGL
    D. clear of clouds

    Ref: IC-2 to BAFBI 11-250; Table 5.4.1
    2,000' AGL
  16. Beale tower must approve tactical arrivals prior to entering ________________. Tactical arrival will be accomplished in day VMC only.

    A. inner ring of Class C airspace (5 NM)
    B. downwind
    C. the arrival into the FMS
    D. the arrival corridor

    Ref: IC-2 to BAFBI 11-250; 9.3
    inner ring of Class C airspace (5 NM)
  17. (T/F):  The Raven is the standard pattern for MC-12 aircraft returning to Beale.

    Ref: IC-2 to BAFBI 11-250; 9.3.2.1
    False
  18. Random Steep Offset Straight-In (Stalker): Approach shall begin above _______ MSL, offset up to ____ either side of extended centerline. Aircraft should commence approach at _____ knots, descend at ______ per mile, and establish normal 3 degree glidepath, rolling out no later than a _____ mile final.

    A. 3,600’; 45 degrees; 140; 1,000’; 1/2
    B. 5,000’; 60 degrees; 135; 1,200; 1
    C. 3,600’; 45 degrees; 135; 1,000’; 1/2
    D. 5,000’; 45 degrees; 140; 1,000’; 1/2

    Ref: IC-2 to BAFBI 11-250; 9.3.2.2
    [A] 3,600', 45 degrees, 140, 1,000', 1/2
  19. (T/F):  If hung flare check is positive, pilot will notify ATC and declare an emergency.

    Ref: IC-2 to BAFBI 11-250; 12.17.2
    True
  20. NOTE: Do not overfly __________, Base Housing, or Medical Clinic (Hospital).

    A. the Vassar Gate
    B. PAVE PAWS
    C. ROZ Ellen
    D. the WG/CC building

    Ref: IC-2 to BAFBI 11-250; Attachment 10
    PAVE PAWS

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