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  1. 7110.65 3-1-6 Traffic Information
    Describe vehicles, equipment, or personnel on or near the movement area in a manner which will assist pilots in recognizing them. Example: Mowers on the airfield near the runway
    MOWER LEFT OF RUNWAY TWO FOUR.
  2. 7110.65 2-5-3 NAVAID Fixes
    When a fix is not named, state the name of the NAVAID followed by a specified radial/localizer/azimuth, and state the distance in miles followed by the phrase ________.
    MILE FIX
  3. 7110.65 3-1-3 Use of Active Runways
    The ____________ has primary responsibility for operations conducted on the active runway and must control use of those runways.
    LOCAL CONTROL
  4. FLIPS
    What is the max airspeed of the COPTER TACAN RWY 24?
    90 KIAS
  5. 7110.65 3-1-2 Preventative Control
    When providing this service, issue advice or instructions only if a ____________ develops which require corrective action.
    SITUATION
  6. FLIPS
    What is the Emergency Safe Altitude (ESA) for 100NM for all approaches?
    3600
  7. 7110.65 3-1-2 Preventative Control
    Provide _____________ service only to aircraft operating in accordance with a letter of agreement.
    PREVENTATIVE CONTROL
  8. FLIPS
    What is the MSA for the COPTER TACAN 040? (RWY 6)
    2500
  9. 7110.65 3-1-1 Provide Service
    Provide airport traffic control service based only upon ___________ and airport conditions.
    OBSERVED OR KNOWN TRAFFIC
  10. FLIPS
    What is the MSA for the RNAV (GPS) RWY 6?
    2600
  11. FLIPS
    What is the MSA for the RNAV (GPS) RWY 24?
    2600
  12. FLIPS
    What is the Missed Approach Procedure for the COPTER TACAN 040? (RWY 6)
    CLIMBING RIGHT TURN TO 3000, INTERCEPT R-150 TO KKOLB AND HOLD.
  13. FLIPS
    What is the MSA for the TACAN RWY 24?
    2600
  14. FLIPS
    What is the Missed Approach Procedure for the RNAV (GPS) RWY 24?
    CLIMIBING LEFT TURN TO 3000, DIRECT KKOLB AND HOLD.
  15. FLIPS
    What is the MSA for the TACAN RWY 6?
    2600
  16. FLIPS
    What is the Missed Approach Procedure for the RNAV (GPS) RWY 6?
    CLIMIBING RIGHT TURN TO 3000, DIRECT KKOLB AND HOLD.
  17. FLIPS
    What is the MSA for the COPTER TACAN 24?
    2500
  18. FLIPS
    What is the Missed Approach Procedure for the TACAN RWY 24?
    CLIMBING LEFT TURN TO 3000, INTERCEPT NFO TACAN R-150 TO KKOLB AND HOLD.
  19. FLIPS
    What is the MSA for the VOR/DME or TACAN Z RWY 6?
    2500
  20. FLIPS
    What is the Missed Approach Procedure for the TACAN RWY 6?
    CLIMBING RIGHT TURN TO 3000, INTERCEPT NFO TACAN R-150 TO KKOLB AND HOLD.
  21. FLIPS
    What is the Missed Approach Procedure for the VOR/DME or TACAN Z RWY 6?
    CLIMB TO 3000 VIA NHC VORTAC R-061 TO 10DME. ARC SE OF NHC VORTAC VIA 10 MILE ARC TO FUUSE (R-241/10DME) AND HOLD. CROSS NHC R-104/10DME AT 3000.
  22. FLIPS
    What is the IAF for the COPTER TACAN RWY 24?
    • KASSY
    • NFO 063/6.5
  23. FLIPS
    What is the Missed Approach Procedure for the COPTER TACAN RWY 24?
    CLIMBING LEFT TURN TO 3000 VIA HEADING 180, INTERCEPT NFO TACAN R-150 TO KKOLB AND HOLD.
  24. FLIPS
    What is the IAF for the TACAN Y RWY 6?
    • YYODA
    • NFO 290/11
  25. FLIPS
    What is the FAF for the RNAV (GPS) RWY 6?
    • BMPER
    • R-239/5.3
  26. FLIPS
    What is the IAF for the TACAN RWY 24?
    • HABUU
    • NFO 030/22
  27. FLIPS
    What is the FAF for the RNAV (GPS) RWY 24?
    • KDABR
    • R-059/5.3
  28. FLIPS
    What is the IAF for the RNAV (GPS) RWY 24?
    • ABBRA
    • R-059/10
  29. FLIPS
    What is the IAF for the VOR/DME or TACAN Z RWY 6?
    • FUUSE
    • NHC 241/10
  30. FLIPS
    What is the IAF for the RNAV (GPS) RWY 6?
    • CWBOY
    • R-239/10
  31. FLIPS
    What is the IAF for the COPTER TACAN 040?
    • ZANEE
    • NFO 220/05
  32. 7110.65 2-5-1 Air Traffic Servicer (ATS) Routes
    Named Routes. State the words _________ or ___________ followed by the number of the route in group form.
    • NORTH AMERICAN ROUTE
    • BAHAMA ROUTE
    • North American Route Sixty Seven Bravo.
    • Bahama Route Fifty-Five Victor.
  33. FLIPS
    What is the holding pattern fix for the TACAN Y RWY 6?
    • KKOLB
    • NFO 150/10
  34. 7110.65 2-5-2 NAVAID Terms
    When utilized as the clearance limit, state the name of the NAVAID followed by the type of NAVAID if the type in known.
    What is the phraseology?
    • CLEARED TO (NAVAID NAME AND TYPE)
    • Cleared to Grand Rapids VOR.
  35. FLIPS
    What is the holding pattern fix for the COPTER TACAN RWY 24?
    • KKOLB
    • NFO 150/10
  36. 7110.65 2-5-2 NAVAID Terms
    VOR/VORTAC/TACAN/MLS/GPS Waypoint. State the name of the NAVAID or GPS Waypoint followed by the separate digits of the radial/azimuth/bearing (omitted the word _________) and the word radial/azimuth/bearing.
    • DEGREES
    • Appleton Zero Five Zero Radial.
  37. 7110.65 2-5-1 Air Traffic Servicer (ATS) Routes
    VOR/VORTAC/TACAN airways or jet routes. State the word ________ or the letter ______ followed by the number of the airway or route in group form.
    • VICTOR
    • J
    • Victor Twelve.
    • J Five Thirty-three.
  38. 7110.65 2-5-3 NAVAID Fixes
    When a fix is __________ on a SID, STAR, en route chart, or approach plate, state the name of the fix.
    CHARTED
  39. 7110.65 2-5-1 Air Traffic Servicer (ATS) Routes
    VOR/VORTAC/TACAN alternate airways. State the word ______ followed by the number of the airway in group form and the alternate direction.
    • VICTOR
    • Victor Twelve South.
  40. 7110.65 2-5-3 NAVAID Fixes
    Use _______ terms to describe a fix. Do not use expressions such as passing Victor Twelve or passing J Eleven.
    SPECIFIC
  41. 7110.65 3-1-3 Use of Active Runways
    ___________ must obtain approval from Local control before authorizing an aircraft or vehicle to cross or use any portion of an active runway. The coordination must include the point/intersection at the runway where the operation will occur.
    GROUND CONTROL
  42. 7110.65 3-1-4 Coordination Between Local and Ground Controllers
    As a minimum, provide aircraft identification and applicable runway/intersection/taxiway information as follows:
    Ground control must notify local control when a departing aircraft has been taxied to a ________ other than one previously designated as active.
    RUNWAY
  43. 7110.65 3-1-3 Use of Active Runways
    When the local controller authorizes another controller to cross an active runway, the local controller must verbally specify the runway and the point/intersection at the runway where the operation will occur preceded by the word ______. What is the phraseology for crossing a runway.
    • CROSS
    • CROSS (RUNWAY) AT (POINT/INTERSECTION).
  44. 7110.65 3-1-4 Coordination Between Local and Ground Controllers
    As a minimum, provide aircraft identification and applicable runway/intersection/taxiway information as follows:
    Ground control must notify local control of any aircraft taxied to an _______ for takeoff. This notification may be accomplished by ________ or by _______.
    • INTERSECTION
    • VERBAL MEANS
    • FLIGHT PROGRESS STRIPS
  45. 7110.65 3-1-3 Use of Active Runways
    The ground controller must advise the local controller when the coordinated runway operation is complete. This may be accomplished _________ or through _________ as specified by a facility directive.
    • VERBALLY
    • VISUAL AIDS
  46. 7110.65 3-1-4 Coordination Between Local and Ground Controllers
    As a minimum, provide aircraft identification and applicable runway/intersection/taxiway information as follows:
    When the runways in use for landing/departing aircraft are _________________ or the aircraft using them are not visible on radar, advise the local/ground controller of the aircrafts location before releasing the aircraft to the other controller.
    NOT VISIBLE FROM THE TOWER
  47. 7110.65 3-1-3 Use of Active Runways
    The ____________ must coordinate with the _________________ before using a runway not previously designated as active.
    • LOCAL CONTROLLER
    • GROUND CONTROLLER
  48. 7110.65 3-1-5 Vehicles/Equipment/Personnel on Runways
    Ensure that the runway to be used is _________ known ground vehicles, equipment, and personnel before a departing aircraft __________ or a landing aircraft crosses the ________.
    • FREE OF ALL
    • STARTS TAKEOFF
    • RUNWAY THRESHOLD
  49. 7110.65 3-1-4 Coordination Between Local and Ground Controllers
    Local and ground controllers must exchange information as necessary for the safe and efficient use of airport runways and movement areas. This may be accomplished via ________, _________, _________ or _________. As a minimum, provide aircraft identification and applicable runway/intersection/taxiway information.
    • VERBAL MEANS
    • FLIGHT PROGRESS STRIPS
    • OTHER WRITTEN INFORMATION
    • AUTOMATION DISPLAYS
  50. 7110.65 3-1-5 Vehicles/Equipment/Personnel on Runways
    Vehicles, equipment, and personnel in direct communications with the control tower may be authorized to operate __________ of an active runway surface when necessary.
    What is the phraseology?
    • UP TO THE EDGE
    • PROCEED AS REQUESTED; (ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS OR INFORMATION).
  51. 7110.65 3-1-6 Traffic Information
    Describe the _________ of traffic in an easy to understand manner, such as to your right or ahead of you.
    • RELATIVE POSITION
    • Traffic, U.S. Air MD-Eighty on downwind leg to your left.
  52. 7110.65 3-1-8 Low level Wind Shear/Microburst Advisories
    Continue the alert to aircraft until it is broadcast on the _________________ and pilots indicated they have received the appropriate ATIS code. A statement must be included on the ATIS for ________ following the last report or indication of the wind shear/microburst.
    • ATIS
    • (Automatic Terminal Information System)
    • 20 MINUTES
  53. 7110.65 3-1-6 Traffic Information
    When using a ________, you may issue traffic advisories using the standard radar phraseology prescribed in para 2-1-21, Traffic Advisories.
    • CTRD
    • (Certified Tower Radar Display)
  54. 7110.65 3-1-8 Low level Wind Shear/Microburst Advisories
    What is the phraseology for wind shear/microburst?
    LOW LEVEL WIND SHEAR (or microburst, as appropriate) ADVISIORIES ARE IN EFFECT.
  55. 7110.65 3-1-7 Position Determination
    Determine the position of an aircraft before issuing __________ or ____________.
    • TAXI INSTRUCTIONS
    • TAKEOFF CLEARANCE
  56. 7110.65 3-1-10 Observed Abnormalities
    When requested by a pilot or when you deem it necessary, inform an aircraft of any _____________ aircraft condition. What is the phraseology?
    • OBSERVED ABNORMAL
    • (Item) APPEAR/S (observed condition).
  57. 7110.65 3-1-7 Position Determination
    NOTE
    The aircrafts position may be determined __________, ________, or through the use of the ___________.
    • VISUALLY BY THE CONTROLLER
    • BY PILOTS
    • ASDE
    • (Airport Surface Detection Equipment)
  58. 7110.65 3-1-12 Visually Scanning Runways
    Local controllers must visually scan runways to the __________________ extent possible.
    MAXIMUM
  59. 7110.65 3-1-8 Low level Wind Shear/Microburst Advisories
    When low level wind shear/microburst is reported by pilots, Integrated Weather System (ITWS), or detected on wind shear detection equipment such as LLWAS NE++, LLWAS-RS, WSP or TDWR, controllers must issue the alert to all _________ and _________ aircraft.
    • ARRIVING
    • DEPARTING
  60. 7110.65 3-1-12 Visually Scanning Runways
    Ground control must __________ local control in visually scanning the runways, especially when runways are in close proximity to other movement areas.
    ASSIST
  61. 7110.65 3-3-1 Landing Area Information
    If you observe or are informed of any condition which affects the safe use of a landing area:
    Relay the information to the _________/__________ concerned.
    • AIRPORT MANAGER
    • MILITARY OPERATIONS OFFICE
  62. 7110.65 3-3-1 Landing Area Information
    NOTE
    _______________ are not authorized to issue NOTAMs. It is the responsibility of the military operations office.
    MILITARY CONTROLLERS
  63. 7110.65 3-3-1 Landing Area Information
    If you observe or are informed of any condition which affects the safe use of a landing area:
    Copy _________ any information received and record the _______ of the person submitting it.
    • VERBATIM
    • NAME
  64. 7110.65 3-3-1 Landing Area Information
    NOTE
    The airport management/military operations office is responsible for ______________ and _______________ the condition of the landing area.
    • OBSERVING
    • REPORTING
  65. 7110.65 3-3-1 Landing Area Information
    If you observe or are informed of any condition which affects the safe use of a landing area:
    Confirm information obtained from other than authorized airport or FAA personnel unless this function is the responsibility of the _________________________.
    MILITARY OPERATIONS OFFICE.
  66. 7110.65 3-3-1 Landing Area Information
    NOTE
    A disable aircraft on the runway, after occupants are clear, is normally handled by flight standards and airport management/military operations office personnel in the same manner as any ______________.
    OBSTRUCTION
  67. 7110.65 3-3-1 Landing Area Information
    If you observe or are informed of any condition which affects the safe use of a landing area:
    If you are unable to contact the airport management or operator, issue a ______ publicizing an unsafe condition and inform management or operator as soon as practical.
    • NOTAM
    • (Notice to Airmen)
  68. 7110.65 3-3-1 Landing Area Information
    If you observe or are informed of any condition which affects the safe use of a landing area:
    Issue to aircraft only factual information, as reported by the airport management concerning the condition of the runway surface, describing the _______________________.
    • ACCUMULATION OF PRECIPITATION
    • All Runways Covered by Compacted Snow Six Inches Deep.
  69. 7110.65 3-3-1 Landing Area Information
    NOTE
    Legally, only the _________/_________ can ______ a runway.
    • AIRPORT MANAGEMENT
    • MILITARY OPERATIONS OFFICE
    • CLOSE
  70. 7110.65 3-3-2 Closed Unsafe Runway
    If an aircraft requests to takeoff, land or touch-and-go on a closed runway, inform the pilot the runway is closed or unsafe, and:
    If the pilot persists in his/her request, quote him/her the appropriate parts of the ______________ applying to the runway and inform him/her that a _____________ cannot be issued.
    • NOTAM
    • CLEARANCE
  71. 7110.65 3-3-2 Closed Unsafe Runway
    If an aircraft requests to takeoff, land or touch-and-go on a closed runway, inform the pilot the runway is closed or unsafe, and:
    Then, if the pilot insists and in your opinion the intended operation would not adversely effect other traffic, inform him/her that the operation will be at his/her _____.
    What is the phraseology?
    • OWN RISK
    • RUNWAY (runway number) CLOSED/UNSAFE. If appropriate, (quote NOTAM information), UNABLE TO ISSUE DEPARTURE/LANDING/TOUCH-AND-GO CLEARANCE. DEPARTURE/LANDING/TOUCH-AND-GO WILL BE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
  72. 7110.65 3-3-4 Braking Action
    Furnish quality of braking action, as received from pilots or the airport management, to all aircraft as follows:
    Include type of _____ or _____ from which the report is received.
    • AIRCRAFT
    • VEHICLE
    • Braking Action Fair To Poor, Reported By A DC Ten.
  73. 7110.65 3-3-3 Timely Information
    Issue airport condition information necessary for an aircrafts safe operation in time for it to be _____ to the pilot.
    USEFUL
  74. 7110.65 3-3-4 Braking Action
    Furnish quality of braking action, as received from pilots or the airport management, to all aircraft as follows:
    If the braking action report affects only a _____ of a runway, obtain enough information from the pilot or airport management to describe the braking action in terms easily understood by the pilot.
    • PORTION
    • Breaking Action Poor First Half Of Runway, Reported By A Lockheed Ten Eleven.
  75. 7110.65 3-3-3 Timely Information
    Issue airport condition information necessary for an aircrafts safe operation in time for it to be useful to the pilot. Include the following, as appropriate:
    A B C D E F G H
    • A. Construction work on or immediately adjacent to the movement area
    • B. Rough portions of the movement area
    • C. Braking conditions caused by ice, snow, slush, or water
    • D. Snowdrifts or piles of snow on or along the edges of the area and the extent of any plowed area
    • E. Parked aircraft on the movement area
    • F. Irregular operation of part or all of the airport lighting system
    • G. Volcanic Ash on any airport surface area and whether the ash is wet or dry (if known)
    • H. Other pertinent airport conditions.
  76. 7110.65 3-3-4 Braking Action
    NOTE
    Descriptive terms, such as the first half or the last half of the runway, should normally be used rather than _____ descriptions, such as opposite the fire station, south of a taxiway, etc.
    LANDMARK
  77. 7110.65 3-3-4 Braking Action
    Furnish quality of braking action, as received from pilots or the airport management, to all aircraft as follows:
    Describe the quality of braking action using the terms _____, _____, _____, or _____, or a _____ of these terms. If the pilot or airport management reports braking action in other than the foregoing terms, ask him/her to categorize braking action in these terms.
    • GOOD
    • FAIR
    • POOR
    • NIL
    • COMBINATION
  78. 7110.65 3-3-4 Braking Action
    Furnish quality of braking action, as received from pilots or the airport management, to all aircraft as follows:
    Furnish runway friction measurement readings/values as received from airport management to aircraft as follows:
    Issue the runway surface condition and/or the Runway Condition Reading (RCR), if provided, to all _____ and _____ aircraft.
    • USAF
    • ANG
  79. 7110.65 3-3-4 Braking Action
    NOTE
    The term nil is used to indicate _____ or _____ braking action.
    • BAD
    • NO
  80. 7110.65 3-3-5 Braking Action Advisories
    When runway braking action reports are received from pilots or the airport management which include the terms fair, poor, or nil or whenever weather conditions are conducive to deteriorating or rapidly changing runway conditions, include on the ATIS broadcast the statement _____.
    BRAKING ACTION ADVISORIES ARE IN EFFECT.
  81. 7110.65 3-3-5 Braking Action Advisories
    During the time Braking Action Advisories are in effect, take the following action:
    Issue the latest braking actin report for the runway in use to each _____ and _____ aircraft early enough to be of benefit to the pilot. When possible, include reports from _____ aircraft when the arriving or departing aircraft is a _____.
    • ARRIVING
    • DEPARTING
    • HEAVY JET
    • HEAVY JET
  82. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    For normal operations, arresting systems remotely controlled by ATC must remain in the _____ or _____ position.
    • RETRACTED
    • DOWN
  83. 7110.65 3-3-5 Braking Action Advisories
    During the time Braking Action Advisories are in effect, take the following action:
    If no report has been received for the runway of intended use issue an _____ to that effect.
    What is the phraseology?
    • ADVISORY
    • NO BRAKING ACTION REPORTS RECEIVED FOR RUNWAY (runway number).
  84. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    NOTE
    A request to raise a barrier or hook cable means the barrier or cable on the _____ of the runway
    DEPARTURE END
  85. 7110.65 3-3-5 Braking Action Advisories
    During the time Braking Action Advisories are in effect, take the following action:
    Advise the _____ that runway braking action reports of fair, poor, or nil have been received.
    AIRPORT MANAGEMENT
  86. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    If an _____ end engagement is required, the pilot or military authority will specifically request that the _____ end cable be raised
    • APPROACH
    • APPROACH.
  87. 7110.65 3-3-5 Braking Action Advisories
    During the time Braking Action Advisories are in effect, take the following action:
    Solicit _____ of runway braking action.
    PIREPs
  88. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    Raise aircraft arresting systems whenever:
    • A. REQUESTED BY PILOT
    • B. REQUESTED BY MILITARY AUTHORITY; E.G. AIRFIELD MANAGER, SUPERVISOR OF FLYING, MOBILE CONTROL OFFICER, ETC.
    • C. A MILITARY JET AIRCRAFT IS LANDING WITH KNOWN OR SUSPECTED RADIO FAILURE OR CONDITIONS THAT INDICATED AN ARRESTING SYSTEM MAY BE NEEDED.
  89. 7110.65 3-3-5 Braking Action Advisories
    Include _____ received from airport management on the ATIS.
    RUNWAY FRICTION MEASUREMENT/VALUES
  90. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    NOTE
    The standard emergency phraseology for a pilot requesting an arresting system to be raised for immediate engagement is:
    • BARRIER-BARRIER-BARRIER
    • CABLE-CABLE-CABLE
  91. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    When requested by military authority due to freezing weather conditions or malfunction of the activating mechanism, the barrier/cable may remain in a raised position provided aircraft are advised. What is the phraseology?
    YOUR DEPARTURE/LANDING WILL BE TOWARD/OVER A RAISED BARRIER/CABLE ON RUNWAY (number), (location, distance, as appropriate).
  92. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    For preplanned _____ _____ not associated with emergencies, crash alarm systems need not be activated if, in accordance with local military operating procedures, all required notifications are made before the practice engagement.
    PRACTICE ENGAGEMENTS
  93. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    Inform _____ and _____ aircraft whenever rubber supported cables are in place at the approach end of the landing runway, and include the distance of the cables from the threshold.
    • CIVIL
    • U.S. ARMY
    • Runway One Four Arresting Cable One Thousand Feet From Threshold.
  94. 7110.65 3-7-1 Ground Traffic Movement
    Issue by _____ or _____ specific instructions which approve or disapprove the movement of aircraft, vehicles, equipment, or personnel on the movement area except where permitted in an LOA.
    • RADIO
    • DIRECTION LIGHT SIGNALS
  95. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    Inform civil and U.S. Army aircraft whenever rubber supported cables are in place at the approach end of the landing runway, and include the distance of the cables from the threshold. This information may be omitted if it is published in the _____ publication/_____.
    • NOTICES TO AIRMEN
    • DOD FLIP
  96. 7110.65 3-7-1 Ground Traffic Movement
    Do not issue _____ instructions that are dependent upon the movement of an arrival aircraft on or approaching the runway or a departure aircraft established on a takeoff roll.
    CONDITIONAL
  97. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    When arresting system operation has been requested, inform the pilot of the indicated barrier/cable position. What is the phraseology?
    (Identification), BARRIER/CABLE INDICATES UP/DOWN. CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF/TO LAND.
  98. 7110.65 3-7-1 Ground Traffic Movement
    Do not issue _____ instructions when authorizing movement on a runway/taxiway for the purpose of airfield checks or other airport operations.
    UNCONDITIONAL
  99. 7110.65 3-3-6 Arresting System Operation
    If an aircraft engages a raised barrier/cable, initiate crash alarm procedures _____.
    IMMEDIATELY
  100. 7110.65 3-7-1 Ground Traffic Movement
    Instructions must ensure _____ _____ with specific instructions to proceed on a runway or movement area, and as necessary, hold short instructions.
    POSITIVE CONTROL
  101. 7110.65 3-7-1 Ground Traffic Movement
    Do not use the word _____ in conjunction with authorization for aircraft to taxi or equipment/vehicle/personnel operations.
    CLEARED
  102. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    Issue the route for the aircraft/vehicle to follow on the movement area in _____ and _____ terms.
    • CONCISE
    • EASY TO UNDERSTAND
  103. 7110.65 3-7-1 Ground Traffic Movement
    Use the prefix _____, _____, or _____, as appropriate, for aircraft instructions and _____ or _____ for equipment/vehicles/personnel.
    • TAXI, PROCEED, HOLD
    • PROCEED, HOLD
  104. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    A pilots read back of taxi instructions with the runway assignment can be considered _____ of runway assignment.
    CONFIRMATION
  105. 7110.65 3-7-1 Ground Traffic Movement
    Intersection departures may be initiated by a controller or a controller may authorize an intersection departure if a pilot requests. Issue the measured distance from the intersection to the runway end rounded _____ to the nearest _____ feet to any pilot who requests and to all military aircraft, unless use of the intersection is covered in appropriate directives.
    • DOWN
    • 50
  106. 7110.65 5-3-7 Ground Traffic Movement
    When authorizing and aircraft/vehicle to proceed on the movement area or to any point other than the assigned takeoff runway, specify the _____ instructions.
    ROUTE/TAXI
  107. 7110.65 3-7-1 Ground Traffic Movement
    What is the phraseology for intersection departures?
    RUNWAY (number) AT (taxiway designator) INTERSECTION DEPARTURE (remaining length) FEET AVAILABLE.
  108. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    The _____ of holding instructions authorizes an aircraft/vehicle to cross all taxiways that intersect the taxi route.
    ABSENCE
  109. 7110.65 3-7-1 Ground Traffic Movement
    Do not use the term _____ when the runway length available for departures has been temporarily shortened.
    FULL LENGTH
  110. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    What is the taxi and ground movement phraseology?
    • HOLD POSITION.
    • HOLD FOR (reason)
    • CROSS (runway/taxiway)
    • TAXI/CONTINUE TAXIING/PROCEED/VIA (route)
    • ON (runway number or taxiways, etc.)
    • TO (LOCATION)
    • ACROSS RUNWAY (NUMBER)
    • VIA (route), HOLD SHORT OF (location)
    • FOLLOW (traffic) (restrictions as necessary)
    • BEHIND ( TRAFFIC)
  111. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    When authorizing an aircraft to taxi to an assigned runway, state the departure runway followed by the specific taxi route. Issue _____ restrictions when an aircraft will be required to hold short of a runway or other points along the taxi routes. What is the phraseology?
    • HOLD SHORT
    • RUNWAY (number), TAXI VIA (route as necessary).
    • RUNWAY (number), TAXI VIA (route as necessary) (hold short instructions as necessary).
  112. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    Note
    Progressive instructions may include _____ and/or _____ turns.
    • STEP-BY-STEP
    • DIRECTIONAL
  113. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    Aircraft/vehicles must receive a clearance for each runway their route crosses. An aircraft/vehicle must have crossed a _____ before another runway crossing clearance may be issued.
    PREVIOUS RUNWAY
  114. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    What is the phraseology to expedite a taxiing aircraft or moving vehicle?
    • TAXI WITHOUT DELAY (traffic if necessary).
    • EXIT/PROCEED/CROSS (runway/taxiway) WITHOUT DELAY.
  115. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    When an aircraft/vehicle is instructed to _____ traffic and requires a runway crossing, issue a runway crossing clearance in addition to the follow instructions and/or hold short instructions, as applicable. What are the phraseology examples?
    • FOLLOW
    • Follow (Traffic), Cross Runway Two-Seven Right.
    • Follow (Traffic), Cross Runway Two-Seven Right, Hold Short Runway Two-Seven Left
  116. 7110.65 3-7-3 Ground Operations
    Avoid clearances which require:
    Heavy jet aircraft to use _____ than normal taxiing power.
    GREATER
  117. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    Request a _____ of runway hold short instructions when it is not received from the pilot/vehicle operator. What is the phraseology?
    • READ BACK
    • READ BACK HOLD INSTRUCTIONS.
  118. 7110.65 3-7-3 Ground Operations
    Avoid clearances which require:
    Small aircraft or helicopters to taxi in close proximity to _____ or _____ helicopters.
    • TAXIING
    • HOVER-TAXI
  119. 7110.65 3-7-2 Taxi and Ground Movement
    Issue progressive taxi/ground movement instructions when:
    A B C
    • A. A PILOT/OPERATOR REQUESTS.
    • B. THE SPECIALIST DEEMS IT NECESSARY DUE TO TRAFFIC OR FIELD CONDITIONS e.g. CONSTRUCTION OR CLOSED TAXIWAYS
    • C. NECESSARY DURING REDUCED VISIBILITY, ESPECIALLY WHEN THE TAXI ROUTE IS NOT VISIBLE FROM THE TOWER.
  120. 7110.65 3-7-3 Ground Operations
    NOTE
    Use _____ when taxiing smaller aircraft/helicopters in the vicinity of larger aircraft.
    CAUTION
  121. 7110.65 3-7-4 Runway Proximity
    How would you hold a taxiing aircraft or vehicle clear of the runway?
    A B C
    • A. INSTRUCT AIRCRAFT OR VEHICLE TO HOLD SHORT OF A SPECIFIC RUNWAY.
    • B. INSTRUCT AIRCRAFT OR VEHICLE TO HOLD AT A SPECIFIED POINT.
    • C. ISSUE TRAFFIC INFORMATION AS NECESSARY.
  122. 7110.65 3-7-5 Precision Approach Critical Area
    Do not authorize vehicles or aircraft operations in or over the area when an arriving aircraft is inside the middle marker when conditions are less than reported ceiling _____ or RVR _____ feet.
    • 200
    • 2,000
  123. 7110.65 3-7-4 Runway Proximity
    What is the phraseology for holding an aircraft?
    HOLD SHORT OF/AT (runway number or specific point), (traffic or other information).
  124. 7110.65 3-7-5 Precision Approach Critical Area
    What is the phraseology for the critical area not protected?
    ILS/MLS CRITICAL AREA NOT PROTECTED.
  125. 7110.65 3-7-5 Precision Approach Critical Area
    Aircraft and vehicle access to the ILS/MLS critical area must be controlled to ensure the integrity of the ILS/MLS course signals whenever conditions are _____or _____.
    • LESS THAN REPORTED CEILING 800 FEET
    • VISIBILITY LESS THAN 2 MILES
  126. 7110.65 3-9-1 Departure Information
    Provide current departure information as appropriate, to departing aircraft:
    a. Departure information contained in the ATIS broadcast may be omitted if the pilot states the appropriate ___________.
    ATIS CODE
  127. 7110.65 3-7-5 Precision Approach Critical Area
    Do not authorize vehicles/aircraft to operate in or over the critical area whenever an arriving aircraft is _____ the ILS _____ unless the arriving aircraft has reported the runway in sight or is circling to land on another runway.
    • INSIDE
    • OUTER MARKER (OM)
  128. 7110.65 3-9-1 Departure Information
    Provide current departure information as appropriate, to departing aircraft:
    Issue departure information by including what three things?
    • A. RUNWAY IN USE. **
    • B. SURFACE WIND FROM DIRECT READOUT DIAL, WIND SHEAR DETECTIONS SYSTEM, OR AUTOMATED WEATHER OBSERVING SYSTEM INFORMATION DISPLAY. **
    • C. ALTIMETER SETTING. **
    • **(May be omitted is pilot states have the numbers)
  129. 7110.65 3-7-5 Precision Approach Critical Area
    What is the phraseology to hold a vehicle/aircraft short of the ILS precision approach area?
    HOLD SHORT OF (runway) ILS/MLS CRITICAL AREA.
  130. 7110.65 3-9-1 Departure Information
    Provide current departure information as appropriate, to departing aircraft:
    b. _____, when requested.
    TIME
  131. 7110.65 3-9-1 Departure Information
    Provide current departure information as appropriate, to departing aircraft:
    Issue the official ceiling and visibility, when available, to a departing aircraft before takeoff as follows:
    A B
    • A. TO A VFR AIRCRAFT WHEN WEATHER IS BELOW VFR CONDITIONS.
    • B. TO AN IFR AIRCRAFT WHEN WEATHER IS BELOW VFR CONDITIONS OR HIGHEST TAKEOFF MINIMA, WHICHEVER IS GREATER.
  132. 7110.65 3-9-3 Departure Control Instructions
    Inform departing IFR, SVFR, VFR aircraft receiving radar service, and TRSA VFR aircraft of the following:
    Before takeoff:
    Issue the appropriate departure _____ and _____.
    • CONTROL FREQUENCY
    • BEACON CODE
  133. 7110.65 3-9-1 Departure Information
    Provide current departure information as appropriate, to departing aircraft:
    c. Issue the _____ for the vehicle/aircraft to follow on the movement area in concise and easy to understand terms.
    ROUTE
  134. 7110.65 3-9-3 Departure Control Instructions
    Inform departing IFR, SVFR, VFR aircraft receiving radar service, and TRSA VFR aircraft of the following:
    Before takeoff:
    a1. The departure control frequency may be omitted if a SID has been or will be assigned and the departure control frequency is published on the SID. What is the phraseology?
    DEPARTURE FREQUENCY (frequency), SQUAWK (code).
  135. 7110.65 3-9-1 Departure Information
    Provide current departure information as appropriate, to departing aircraft:
    d. USAF NOT APPLICABLE. An advisory to _____ when appropriate.
    CHECK DENSITY ALTITUDE
  136. 7110.65 3-9-3 Departure Control Instructions
    Inform departing IFR, SVFR, VFR aircraft receiving radar service, and TRSA VFR aircraft of the following:
    Before takeoff:
    Inform all departing IFR military _____/_____ aircraft (except transport and cargo types) to change to departure control frequency. What is the phraseology?
    • TURBOPROP/TURBOJET
    • CHANGE TO DEPARTURE.
  137. 7110.65 3-9-1 Departure Information
    Provide current departure information as appropriate, to departing aircraft:
    Issue _____ for the runway in use as received from pilots or the airport management when _____ are in effect
    • BRAKING ACTION
    • BRAKING ACTION ADVISORIES
  138. 7110.65 3-9-3 Departure Control Instructions
    Inform departing IFR, SVFR, VFR aircraft receiving radar service, and TRSA VFR aircraft of the following:
    Before takeoff:
    USAF. USAF control towers are authorized to inform all departing IFR military _____/_____ type aircraft operating in formation flight to change to departure control frequency before takeoff.
    TRANSPORT/CARGO
  139. 7110.65 3-9-1 Departure Information
    Provide current departure information as appropriate, to departing aircraft:
    When the ATIS is unavailable, and when the runway length available for departure has been shortened, controllers must ensure that pilots receive the runway number combined with a shortened announcement for all departing aircraft. What is the phraseology?
    RUNWAY (number) SHORTENED.
  140. 7110.65 3-9-3 Departure Control Instructions
    Inform departing IFR, SVFR, VFR aircraft receiving radar service, and TRSA VFR aircraft of the following:
    After takeoff:
    When the aircraft is about _____ mile beyond the runway end, instruct civil aircraft, military transport and cargo types to contact departure control, provided further communication with you is not required.
    1 / 2
  141. 7110.65 3-9-3 Departure Control Instructions
    Inform departing IFR, SVFR, VFR aircraft receiving radar service, and TRSA VFR aircraft of the following:
    After takeoff:
    Do not request departing military turboprop/turbojet aircraft (except transport and cargo types) to make radio frequency or radar beacon changes before the aircraft reaches _____ feet above the surface.
    2,500
  142. 7110.65 4-2-1 Clearance Items
    What are the 9 clearance items?
    AC DRAM HAF
    • A. AIRCRAFT ID
    • C. CLEARANCE LIMIT
    • D. STANDAR INSTRUMENT DEAPRTURE (SID)
    • R. ROUTE OF FLIGHT INCLUDING PDR/PDAR/PAR WHEN APPLIED
    • A. ALTITUDE DATA IN THE ORDER FLOWN
    • M. MACH NUMBER IF APPLICABLE
    • H. HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS
    • A. ANY SPECIAL INFORMATION
    • F. FREQUENCY AND BEACON CODE INFORMATION
  143. 7110.65 3-11-1 Taxi and Ground Movement Operation
    NOTE
    _____ uses less fuel that hover-taxiing and minimizes air turbulence.
    GROUND TAXI
  144. 7110.65 4-2-2 Clearance Prefix
    Prefix a clearance, information, or a request for information which will be relayed to an aircraft through a non-ATC facility by stating what?
    • ATC CLEARS
    • ATC ADVISES
    • ATC REQUESTS
  145. 7110.65 3-11-1 Taxi and Ground Movement Operation
    When requested or necessary for a helicopter/VTOL aircraft to proceed at a slow speed above the surface, normally at 20knots and in ground effect, use what phraseology?
    HOVER TAXI, CAUTION (dust, blowing snow, etc.).
  146. 7110.65 4-2-2 Clearance Prefix
    Flight service stations must prefix a clearance with the appropriate phrase:
    • ATC CLEARS
    • ATC ADVISES
    • ATC REQUESTS
  147. 7110.65 3-11-1 Taxi and Ground Movement Operation
    When requested or necessary for a helicopter to proceed expeditiously from one point to another, normally below 100 feet AGL and at airspeeds above 20knots, use what phraseology?
    AIR-TAXI: VIA (direct, as requested, or specified route) TO (location, helipad, operating/movement area, active/inactive runway) AVOID (aircraft/vehicle/personnel) REMAIN AT OR BELOW (altitude) CAUTION (wake turbulence or other reasons) LAND AND CONTACT TOWER OR HOLD
  148. 7110.65 4-2-3 Delivery Instructions
    Issue _____ clearance delivery instructions, if appropriate.
    SPECIFIC
  149. 7110.65 3-11-1 Taxi and Ground Movement Operation
    Avoid clearances which require small aircraft or helicopters to taxi in close proximity to taxiing or _____ helicopters.
    HOVER-TAXI
  150. 7110.65 4-2-4 Clearance Relay
    Relay clearances _____.
    VERBATIM
  151. 7110.65 4-2-5 Route or Altitude Amendments
    Amend route of flight in a previously issued clearance by one of the following:
    State which portion of the route is being amended and then state the amendment. What is the phraseology?
    CHANGE (portion of route) TO READ (new portion of route)
  152. 7110.65 4-2-7 ALTRV Clearances
    When the phrase _____, if the aircraft will operate in an approved ALTRV. What is the phraseology?
    • VIA APPROVED ALTITUDE RESERVATION
    • VIA APPROVED ALTITUDE RESERVATION (mission name) FLIGHT PLAN.
  153. 7110.65 4-2-5 Route or Altitude Amendments
    Amend route of flight in a previously issued clearance by one of the following:
    Stat the amendment to the route and then state the rest of the route is unchanged. What is the phraseology?
    (Amendment to route), REST OF ROUTE UNCHANGED.
  154. 7110.65 4-2-7 ALTRV Clearances
    Note
    An ALTRV normally includes the _____, _____, and _____ up to and including holding pattern or point/time at which ATC provides separation between aircraft.
    • DEPARTURE
    • CLIMB
    • CRUISE
    • ARRIVAL PHASES OF FLIGHT
  155. 7110.65 4-2-5 Route or Altitude Amendments
    Amend route of flight in a previously issued clearance by one of the following:
    Issue a clearance direct to a point on the previously issued route. What is the phraseology?
    • CLEARED DIRECT (fix, waypoint)
    • CLEARED DIRECT (destination) AIRPORT.
  156. 7110.65 4-2-8 IFR-VFR and VFR-IFR Flights
    When an aircraft changes from VFR to IFR, the controller must assign a _____ to Mode-C equipped aircraft that will allow _____ alarms
    • BEACON CODE
    • MSAW
    • (Minimum Safe Altitude Warning)
  157. 7110.65 4-2-5 Route or Altitude Amendments
    Amend route of flight in a previously issued clearance by one of the following:
    When route or altitude in a previously issued clearance is amended, restate all applicable _____.
    ALTITUDE RESTRICTIONS
  158. 7110.65 4-2-8 IFR-VFR and VFR-IFR Flights
    When a VFR aircraft, operating below the minimum altitude for IFR operations, requests an IFR clearance and you are aware that the pilots is unable to climb in VFR conditions to the minimum IFR altitude:
    Before issuing a clearance, ask if the pilot is able to maintain _____ and _____ clearance during a climb to the minimum IFR altitude.
    TERRAIN OBSTRUCTION
  159. 7110.65 4-2-6 Through Clearances
    What is the phraseology to clear an aircraft through intermediate stops?
    CLEARED THROUGH (airport) TO (fix).
  160. 7110.65 4-2-8 IFR-VFR and VFR-IFR Flights
    When a VFR aircraft, operating below the minimum altitude for IFR operations, requests an IFR clearance and you are aware that the pilots is unable to climb in VFR conditions to the minimum IFR altitude:
    If the pilot is able to maintain _____ and _____ separation, issue the appropriate clearance.
    • TERRAIN
    • OBSTRUCTION
  161. 7110.65 4-2-8 IFR-VFR and VFR-IFR Flights
    When a VFR aircraft, operating below the minimum altitude for IFR operations, requests an IFR clearance and you are aware that the pilots is unable to climb in VFR conditions to the minimum IFR altitude:
    If unable to maintain terrain and obstruction separation, instruct pilot to maintain _____ and to state intentions.
    VFR
  162. 7110.65 4-3-1 Departure Terminology
    Avoid using the term _____ except to actually clear and aircraft for takeoff or to cancel a takeoff clearance. Use such terms as _____, _____, or _____ in clearances when necessary.
    • TAKEOFF
    • DEPART
    • DEPARTURE
    • FLY
  163. 7110.65 4-2-8 IFR-VFR and VFR-IFR Flights
    When a VFR aircraft, operating below the minimum altitude for IFR operations, requests an IFR clearance and you are aware that the pilots is unable to climb in VFR conditions to the minimum IFR altitude:
    If appropriate, apply provisions of para _____, VFR Aircraft in Weather Difficulty, or _____ Radar Assistance Techniques, as necessary.
    • 10-2-7
    • 10-2-9
  164. 7110.65 4-3-2 Departure Clearances
    NOTE
    When considered necessary, controllers or pilots may initiate _____ of a clearance. Some pilots may be required by company rule to do so.
    READ BACK
  165. 7110.65 4-2-9 Clearance Items
    The following guidelines must be utilized to facilitate the processing of airfile aircraft:
    Ensure the aircraft is within _____ unless otherwise coordinated.
    YOUR AREA OF JURISDICTION
  166. 7110.65 4-3-2 Departure Clearances
    Include the following items in IFR departure clearances:
    Always include the _____ when issuing a departure clearance for relay to an aircraft by an FSS, dispatcher, etc.
    AIRPORT OF DEPARTURE
  167. 7110.65 4-2-9 Clearance Items
    The following guidelines must be utilized to facilitate the processing of airfiled aircraft:
    Obtain necessary information needed to provide _____ service.
    IFR
  168. 7110.65 4-3-2 Departure Clearances
    Include the following items in IFR departure clearances:
    Clearance Limit.
    Specify the destination airport when practicable, even though it is outside _____. Issue short range clearances provided for in any procedures established for their use.
    CONTROLLED AIRSPACE
  169. 7110.65 4-2-9 Clearance Items
    The following guidelines must be utilized to facilitate the processing of airfiled aircraft:
    Issue clearance to _____, _____, or and _____ to the pilot to contact an FSS if the flight plan cannot be processed.
    • DESTINATION
    • SHORT RANGE CLEARANCE
    • INSTRUCTION
  170. 7110.65 4-3-2 Departure Clearances
    Include the following items in IFR departure clearances:
    Clearance Limit.
    When the clearance limit is an _____, the word _____ must follow the _____ name.
    What is the phraseology?
    • AIRPORT
    • CLEARED TO (destination) AIRPORT.
  171. 7110.65 4-3-2 Departure Clearances
    Include the following items in IFR departure clearances:
    Clearance Limit.
    When the clearance limit is a _____ and the _____ type is known, the type of _____ must follow the _____ name.
    What is the phraseology?
    • NAVAID
    • NAVAID
    • NAVAID
    • CLEARED TO (NAVAID name and type).
  172. 7110.65 4-3-4 Departure Restrictions, Clearance Void Times, Hold for Release, and Release Times
    Do not release aircraft on their assigned EDCT if a ______ applicable to that aircraft is in effect, unless approval has been received from the originator of the GS.
    GROUND STOP (GS)
  173. 7110.65 4-3-2 Departure Clearances
    Include the following items in IFR departure clearances:
    Clearance Limit.
    When the clearance limit is a _____ or _____ and the type is known, the type must follow the _____ or _____ name.
    What is the phraseology?
    • INTERSECTION/WAYPOINT
    • CLEARED TO (intersection/waypoint).
  174. 7110.65 4-3-4 Departure Restrictions, Clearance Void Times, Hold for Release, and Release Times
    What is the phraseology for issuing clearance void times?
    • CLEARANCE VOID IF NOT OFF BY (clearance void time),and if required,
    • IF NOT OFF BY (clearance void time), ADVISE (facility) NOT LATER THAN (time) ON INTENTIONS.
  175. 7110.65 4-3-2 Departure Clearances
    Include the following items in IFR departure clearances:
    Clearance Limit.
    For Air Force Once (AF1) operations, _____ specify the destination airport. _____ is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the destination airport. What is the phraseology?
    • DO NOT
    • PRESIDENTIAL DETAIL
    • DESTINATION AS FILED.
  176. 7110.65 4-3-4 Departure Restrictions, Clearance Void Times, Hold for Release, and Release Times
    What is the phraseology for releasing aircraft?
    • TO A CONTROLLER: (aircraft id) RELEASED.
    • TO A FLIGHT SERVICE SPECIALIST: ADVISE (aircraft id) RELEASED FOR DEPARTURE.
    • TO A PILOT AT AN AIRPORT NOT SERVED BY A CONTROL TOWER: (aircraft id) RELEASED FOR DEPARTURE.
  177. 7110.65 4-3-2 Departure Clearances
    Include the following items in IFR departure clearances:
    Departure Procedures.
    Specify direction of takeoff/turn or _____ heading/Azimuth to be flown after takeoff.
    INITIAL
  178. 7110.65 4-3-5 Ground Stop
    Do not release an aircraft if a _____ applicable to that aircraft is in effect, without the approval of the originator of the GS.
    GROUND STOP (GS)
  179. 7110.65 4-3-4 Departure Restrictions, Clearance Void Times, Hold for Release, and Release Times
    When expect departure clearance times (EDCT) are assigned through traffic management programs, the departure terminal must, to the extent possible, plan ground movement of aircraft destined to the affected airport(s) so that flights are sequenced to depart no earlier than _____ before, and no later than _____ after the EDCT.
    5 MINUTES
  180. 7110.65 4-5-4 Lowest Usable Flight Level
    What is the lowest usable flight level when the altimeter setting is 29.92 or higher?
    180
  181. 7110.65 4-5-4 Lowest Usable Flight Level
    What is the lowest usable flight level when the altimeter setting is 29.91 to 28.92?
    190
  182. 7110.65 4-5-4 Lowest Usable Flight Level
    What is the lowest usable flight level when the altimeter setting is 28.91 to 27.92? 200

    What is the lowest usable flight level in Asia?
    FL140

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