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  1. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    5B
    ARR provides approach control service to aircraft arriving MCAS Futenma from _____, while APP provides the same service from _____ or during _____.
    • 0600-2200L
    • 2200-0600L
    • RADAR OUTAGES
  2. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    5D2
    If winds are sustained of _____, ROTM TWR will coordinate with RODN TWR to ensure the runway in use is optimum for both airports.
    15 KNOTS OR GREATER
  3. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    5C
    _____,_____, and _____ are the approving authorities for practice radar and instrument approaches at MCAS Futenma.
    • ARR
    • ROTM TWR
    • ROTM GCA
  4. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    5E
    A _____ has not been established at MCAS Futenma. Departing aircraft are expected to comply with published Missed Approach procedures, Standard Instrument Departure procedures, or the Standard Radar Climb Out.
    DIVERSE VECTOR AREA (DVA)
  5. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6A1A-D. VFR Departure Coordination:
    What shall the controlling tower coordinate prior to the aircraft reaching the transfer control point?
    A B C D
    • A. CALL SIGN
    • B. NUMBER/TYPE AIRCRAFT
    • C. TRANSFER CONTROL POINT
    • D. COMMUNICATIONS
  6. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6A1C. VFR Departure Coordination:
    Unless otherwise coordinated, _____ will be used for helicopters or small fixed wing aircraft. All other fixed wing aircraft (C-130, P-3 or similar type aircraft) will use _____.
    • POINT SIERRA
    • POINT KILO
  7. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6A2. VFR Departure Coordination:
    ROTM TWR shall coordinate with APP all _____ prior to entering the _____ (_____).
    • VFR DEPARTURES
    • NAHA POSITIVE CONTROL AREA (PCA)
    • (CLASS B AIRSPACE)
  8. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6A2. VFR Departure Coordination:
    Coordination information will include _____, _____, and _____ or the point at which the aircraft will exit the _____ (_____).
    • CALLSIGN
    • NUMBER/TYPE AIRCRAFT
    • ROUTE OF FLIGHT TO BE FLOWN
    • FUTENMA CONTROL ZONE (CTR)
    • (CLASS D AIRSPACE)
  9. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6A4. VFR Departure Coordination:
    ROTM TWR shall issue the frequency to contact _____, _____, and _____ to departing VFR aircraft prior to the aircraft entering the Naha PCA.
    • APP
    • BEACON CODE
    • ASSIGNED DEPARTURE INSTRUCTIONS
  10. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6B1. IFR Departure Coordination
    ROTM TWR shall request IFR clearance from _____ for aircraft remaining in the Naha ACA, except from _____ for aircraft remaining in the _____, stating callsign, number/type of aircraft, destination, and requested altitude.
    • APP
    • ARR
    • US ARR OPERATIONAL AREA
  11. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6B2. IFR Departure Coordination
    ROTM TWR shall issue the _____ unless an aircraft departing on a Standard Instrument Departure (SID) appropriate for the transition route assigned by Naha Area Control Center (ACC).
    STANDARD RADAR CLIMBOUT
  12. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6B3b. IFR Departure Coordination
    What is the Standard Radar Climb Out phraseology for Runway 24?
    CLIMBING LEFT TURN HEADING 160 WITHIN 3 DME OF FUTENMA TACAN, MAINTAIN 2,000.
  13. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6B3a. IFR Departure Coordination
    What is the Standard Radar Climb Out phraseology for Runway 06?
    CLIMBING RIGHT TURN HEADING 095, MAINTAIN 2,000.
  14. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6B4. IFR Departure Coordination
    ROTM TWR shall issue _____ to aircraft requesting climb above 2,000 feet MSL.
    EXPECT (requested altitude) WITH DEPARTURE.
  15. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6B5. IFR Departure Coordination
    What information will ROTM TWR provide to ARR or APP, as appropriate, when requesting a release?
    • CALLSIGN
    • NUMBER/TYPE OF AIRCRAFT
    • BEACON CODE
    • ROUTE OF FLIGHT (transition or to first enroute fix)
    • ASSIGNED ALTITUDE
    • OTHER DEPARTURE RESTRICTIONS ISSUED BY ACC (RELEASE TIMES/EDCT)
  16. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6B6. IFR Departure Coordination
    Releases are valid for _____ unless otherwise coordinated.
    5 MINUTES
  17. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6B7. IFR Departure Coordination
    ROTM TWR will assign frequency _____ or _____ to all aircraft not remaining in the US ARR Operational Area.
    • 258.3
    • 126.5
  18. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6B7. IFR Departure Coordination
    For aircraft remaining in the US ARR Operational Area, ROTM TWR will assign frequency _____ or _____.
    • 255.8
    • 135.9
  19. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C. IFR Departure Separation
    ROTM TWR shall apply _____ wake turbulence separation and/or the following departure separation between all IFR departures.
    FAAO 7110.65
  20. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C. IFR Departure Separation
    _____ are based on an aircraft/formation flight initiation of takeoff roll and a succeeding aircraft/flight takeoff clearance.
    TIME MINIMA
  21. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C. IFR Departure Separation
    _____ must exist between the two aircraft when the succeeding aircraft becomes airborne.
    MILE MINIMA
  22. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C. IFR Departure Separation
    For formation flights, _____ must exist between the last element of the preceding flight and the lead element of the succeeding flight.
    MILE MINIMA
  23. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C. IFR Departure Separation
    _____ cannot be used in lieu of wake turbulence minima.
    VISUAL SEPARATION
  24. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C. IFR Departure Separation
    _____ will not be used when the DBRITE/RADAR display feed is out of service.
    MILE MINIMA
  25. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6CA. IFR Departure Separation
    If courses diverge by 15 degrees or more immediately after takeoff: _____.
    1 MINUTE
  26. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6CB1. IFR Departure Separation
    If courses do not diverge immediately after takeoff:
    The FIRST aircraft is FASTER: _____
    1 MINUTE/3 MILES
  27. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6CB2. IFR Departure Separation
    If courses do not diverge immediately after takeoff:
    Both aircraft are the SAME SPEED: _____
    2 MINUTES/5 MILES
  28. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6CB3. IFR Departure Separation
    If courses do not diverge immediately after takeoff:
    The SECOND aircraft is FASTER: _____
    • 3 MINUTES/8 MILES
    • OR AS SPECIFIED BY APPROACH
  29. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C1. IFR Departure Separation
    ROTM TWR shall provide initial separation between and IFR departure followed by and IFR arrival by accomplishing one of the following:
    Ensuring the departure aircraft is airborne prior to the arriving aircraft reaching _____ final, if separation will increase to a minimum of _____ within _____ after takeoff.
    • 2 MILE
    • 3 MILES
    • 1 MINUTE
    • (2-3-1 RULE)
  30. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C2A. IFR Departure Separation
    ROTM TWR shall provide initial separation between and IFR departure followed by and IFR arrival by accomplishing one of the following:
    Applying visual separation between an IFR departure followed by an IFR arrival if the following conditions are met:
    The aircraft involved are _____ operations.
    SAME DIRECTION
  31. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C2B. IFR Departure Separation
    ROTM TWR shall provide initial separation between and IFR departure followed by and IFR arrival by accomplishing one of the following:
    Applying visual separation between an IFR departure followed by an IFR arrival if the following conditions are met:
    _____ and communications requirements IAW FAAO 7110.65 are met.
    VISUAL SEPARATION
  32. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C2C. IFR Departure Separation
    ROTM TWR shall provide initial separation between and IFR departure followed by and IFR arrival by accomplishing one of the following:
    Applying visual separation between an IFR departure followed by an IFR arrival if the following conditions are met:
    The arrival will be remaining in the _____ after completion of the approach.
    VFR PATTERN
  33. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C2D. IFR Departure Separation
    ROTM TWR shall provide initial separation between and IFR departure followed by and IFR arrival by accomplishing one of the following:
    Applying visual separation between an IFR departure followed by an IFR arrival if the following conditions are met:
    The arrival will fly a _____, _____ route back to radar (i.e. SRC vs. SID).
    • NON-CONFLICTING
    • IMMEDIATELY DIVERGING
  34. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C2E. IFR Departure Separation
    ROTM TWR shall provide initial separation between and IFR departure followed by and IFR arrival by accomplishing one of the following:
    Applying visual separation between an IFR departure followed by an IFR arrival if the following conditions are met:
    The arrival will be a _____.
    FULL STOP LANDING
  35. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6C2E. IFR Departure Separation
    If the arrival is on an instrument approach, ROTM TWR will ensure the _____ is protected (i.e. ensuring the IFR arrival will fly a diverging course from the departing aircraft).
    MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURE
  36. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D1. Opposite Direction Operations
    Opposite direction operations shall be conducted only when _____ is operational.
    NAHA ASR
  37. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D2. Opposite Direction Operations
    All opposite direction operations require the approval of _____ concerned and will be based solely on known traffic.
    ALL FACILITIES
  38. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D1. Opposite Direction Operations
    ROTM TWR is the sole approval authority and responsible for separating opposite direction operations involving only _____ under the control of ROTM TWR within the Futenma CTR.
    VFR AIRCRAFT
  39. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D3. Opposite Direction Operations
    APP, ARR ROTM TWR and ROTM GCA shall specify opposite direction arrival/departure during all communications associated with these operations. What is the phraseology?
    OPPOSITE DIRECTION ARRIVAL (or) DEPARTURE, RUNWAY (number)
  40. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D4A. Opposite Direction Operations
    IFR Opposite Direction Departure/Low Approach vs. IFR Arrival
    An opposite direction departure/low approach aircraft must be airborne and turning to avoid conflict prior to an arrival aircraft reaching _____ from the runway.
    15 FLYING MILES
  41. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D4B. Opposite Direction Operations
    IFR Opposite Direction Arrival vs. IFR Departure/Low Approach
    An opposite direction arrival aircraft shall be no closer than _____ from the runway prior to a departure/low approach aircraft becoming airborne and turning to avoid conflict.
    15 FLYING MILES
  42. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D4C. Opposite Direction Operations
    IFR Opposite Direction Arrival vs. IFR Arrival
    A opposite direction arrival shall be no closer than _____ from the runway when the preceding arrival aircraft crosses the landing threshold.
    15 FLYING MILES
  43. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D4D. Opposite Direction Operations
    VFR Opposite Direction, Fixed Wing, Straight-In, Arrival vs. IFR Arrival
    A opposite direction arrival shall be no closer than _____ from the runway when the preceding arrival aircraft crosses the landing threshold.
    15 FLYING MILES
  44. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D4E. Opposite Direction Operations
    VFR Opposite Direction, Fixed Wing, Departure/Low Approach vs. IFR Arrival and IFR Opposite Direction Departure/Low Approach Vs. IFR Arrival
    An opposite direction departure/low approach aircraft must be airborne and turning to avoid conflict prior to an arrival aircraft reaching _____ from the runway.
    15 FLYING MILES
  45. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D4F. Opposite Direction Operations
    VFR Opposite Direction, Rotary Wing, Straight-In, Arrival vs. IFR Arrival
    A opposite direction arrival shall be no closer than _____ from the runway when the preceding arrival aircraft crosses the landing threshold.
    5 FLYING MILES
  46. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D4G. Opposite Direction Operations
    VFR Opposite Direction, Rotary Wing, Departure/Low Approach vs. IFR Arrival and IFR Opposite Direction Departure/Low Approach Vs. VFR, Rotary Wing, Arrival
    An opposite direction departure/low approach aircraft must be airborne and turning to avoid conflict prior to an arrival aircraft reaching _____ from the runway.
    5 FLYING MILES
  47. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D4H. Opposite Direction Operations
    VFR Opposite Direction Departure/Low Approach vs. VFR Arrival
    An opposite direction departure/low approach aircraft must be airborne and turning to avoid conflict prior to an arrival aircraft reaching _____ from the runway.
    5 FLYING MILES
  48. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D4I. Opposite Direction Operations
    VFR Opposite Direction Arrival vs. VFR Departure/Low Approach
    An opposite direction arrival aircraft shall be closer than _____ from the runway prior to a departure aircraft becoming airborne and turning to avoid conflict.
    5 FLYING MILES
  49. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6D4J. Opposite Direction Operations
    VFR Opposite Direction, Fixed Wing, Straight-In, Arrival vs. VFR Arrival
    A opposite direction arrival shall be no closer than _____ from the runway when the preceding arrival aircraft crosses the landing threshold.
    5 FLYING MILES
  50. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6E2A. IFR/VFR Arrival Coordination
    ROTM TWR shall advise APP or ARR, as appropriate, when:
    An _____ executes a missed approach.
    IFR AIRCRAFT
  51. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6E2B. IFR/VFR Arrival Coordination
    ROTM TWR shall advise APP or ARR, as appropriate, when:
    An IFR aircraft changes _____.
    LANDING INTENTIONS
  52. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6F1A. General Coordination Procedures
    ROTM TWR shall:
    Notify APP or ARR, as appropriate, of _____ to include current _____ and, if changed, _____.
    • ATIS CODE CHANGE
    • ALTIMETER
    • TYPE OF APPROACH IN USE
  53. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6F1B. General Coordination Procedures
    Advise APP or ARR, as appropriate, of any changes in the status of the _____, _____, _____, and _____.
    • AIRFIELD
    • NAVAIDS
    • DBRITE/RADAR DISPLAY FEED
    • VFR PATTERN
  54. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6F1B. General Coordination Procedures
    Provide APP or ARR, as appropriate, with _____ if APP or ARR, as appropriate, advises that weather reporting equipment is out of service.
    WEATHER INFORMATION
  55. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6I1. SVFR Operations
    ROTM TWR is authorized to conduct _____ without APP or ARR, as appropriate, approval.
    LOCAL SVFR
  56. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6I2. SVFR Operations
    ROTM TWR shall inform APP or ARR, as appropriate, prior to initiation of all _____ operations, and again upon termination.
    LOCAL SVFR
  57. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6I3. SVFR Operations
    ROTM TWR is granted authority to clear aircraft via _____ under the following conditions
    POINT KILO/TANGO
  58. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6I3A. SVFR Operations
    Only _____ at a time will be cleared unless visual separation can be applied.
    ONE AIRCRAFT (OR FLIGHT)
  59. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6I3B. SVFR Operations
    Advise _____ of all SVFR departures and arrivals along route.
    APP
  60. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6I3C. SVFR Operations
    Aircraft squawk (_____). Aircraft will squawk appropriate code after termination of SVFR.
    5377
  61. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6I3D. SVFR Operations
    Have aircraft _____ and maintain _____ when aircraft report reaching Point Kilo/Tango and termination of SVFR.
    SQUAWK VFR
  62. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    6J. Equipment checks on 243.0 MHz and 121.5MHz
    ARR shall accomplish equipment checks for proper operations of 243.0 MHz and 121.5 MHz. These checks shall be accomplished each 24-hour period and will normally be conducted between _____.
    0700-0800L
  63. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    7A1. Coordination between ROTM TWR and ROAH TWR
    Advise _____ of runway in use.
    ROAH TWR
  64. LOA Naha Airport Office, ROTM, & 18 OG
    7A2. Coordination between ROTM TWR and ROAH TWR
    Coordinate with ROAH TWR for any aircraft remaining on _____ that may/will affect the operations within the Naha CTR.
    ROTM TWR FREQUENCY
  65. LOA 18 OG, ROTM, & Naha ACC
    5A1. General
    Use the Departure and Destination Airport Identifier in the ______ format.
    4-LETTER ICAO
  66. LOA 18 OG, ROTM, & Naha ACC
    5A2. General
    Use the 5-letter published fix name listed in the _____ for published fixes.
    AIP JAPAN
  67. LOA 18 OG, ROTM, & Naha ACC
    5A3. General
    Use the 5-letter published fix name listed in the _______ only for fixes not listed in the AIP Japan.
    DoD FLIGHT INFORMATION PUBLICATIONS
  68. LOA 18 OG, ROTM, & Naha ACC
    5A4. General
    Use the fix name listed in appropriate agreements for _____.
    UNPUBLISHED FIXES
  69. LOA 18 OG, ROTM, & Naha ACC
    5A5. General
    Issue the route of flight to begin with either a current ______, _____, or one of the _____ associated with the Departure Airport.
    • DEPARTURE PROCEDURE
    • PUBLISHED STANDARD INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE (SID)
    • DESIGNATED TRANSITION FIX
  70. LOA 18 OG, ROTM, & Naha ACC
    5B1A. ATC Clearance
    Request clearances using what phraseology?
    REQUEST CLEARANCE FOR (aircraft identification) TO (destination or clearance limit)
  71. LOA 18 OG, ROTM, & Naha ACC
    5B1B. ATC Clearance
    Relay clearances _____ to the aircraft to include any holding/release time, clearance void time, other instruction/restrictions as necessary.
    VERBATIM
  72. LOA 18 WG Aero Club & ROTM
    Flights will be conducted only during normal field _____.
    OPERATING HOURS
  73. LOA 18 WG Aero Club & ROTM
    Entry, Exit, and pattern altitudes will be ______
    1000 MSL
  74. LOA 18 WG Aero Club & ROTM
    For Runway 6/24 operations, aircraft may enter/exit from Points _____, _____, _____, or _____.
    • SIERRA
    • KILO
    • TANGO
    • AJA
  75. LOA 18 WG Aero Club & ROTM
    _____ is the preferred entry point to both runways, when inbound from Kadena AB. ______ is the preferred entry point to both runways, when inbound from White Beach Training Area.
    • POINT SIERRA
    • POINT KILO
  76. LOA 18 WG Aero Club & ROTM
    All approaches to Runway 6 shall be made to _____.
    MIDFIELD
  77. FACMAN
    6-102 Visual/Radio Blind Areas
    a. Visual blind spots from the tower include:
    1. The C130 parking ramp areas between hangars _____, _____, and _____.
    • 507
    • 515
    • 520
  78. FACMAN
    6-102 Visual/Radio Blind Areas
    a. Visual blind spots from the tower include:
    2. The _____ access road on the opposite side of the runway from taxiway B.
    EMERGENCY VEHICLE
  79. FACMAN
    6-102 Visual/Radio Blind Areas
    a. Visual blind spots from the tower include:
    3. That portion of the Class D surface area below _____ beyond the ridgeline that runs northeast through the south of the airport.
    1000 MSL
  80. FACMAN
    6-102 Visual/Radio Blind Areas
    b. Intermittent radio blind areas are known to exist in the _____ area and in the vicinity of the VFR reporting point of _____.
    • HOT PIT REFUELING
    • NAVY WHITE BEACH
  81. FACMAN
    6-103 Movement Areas
    The movement areas consist of the _____, _____, _____ and _____.
    • RUNWAYS
    • TAXIWAYS
    • CAL SITE
    • HELICOPTER SLIDE-ON AREA
  82. FACMAN
    6-103 Movement Areas
    The _____ helipad and _____ helipad are not movement areas, thus pilots should be warned of the possibility of ground vehicle and pedestrian instruction to those areas.
    • EAGLES NEST
    • ADMIN
  83. FACMAN
    6-103 Movement Areas
    The _____, _____, and _____ are not part of the movement area.
    • AIRCRAFT RINSE FACILITY
    • HOT-PIT REFUELING AREAS
    • PARKING RAMPS
  84. FACMAN
    6-103 Movement Areas
    _____ are typically performed in the grass abeam the HMM-262 and HMM-265 lines, as well as Spot 3.
    HOVER CHECKS
  85. FACMAN
    6-103 Movement Areas
    Authorization for aircraft/vehicles to taxi/proceed on or along an active runway, for purposes other than crossing, shall be provided via ______ on the appropriate frequency.
    DIRECT COMMUNICATIONS
  86. FACMAN
    6-103 Movement Areas
    Upon authorization from LC, for use of the runway, GC shall activate the ______ indicator on the VIDS. Upon completion of the operations, GC shall deactivate the ______ function.
    • FOUL DECK
    • FOUL DECK
  87. FACMAN
    6-103 Movement Areas
    A ______ need not be used for vehicles that routinely operate in close proximity, but clear of the runway (i.e. mowers).
    VISUAL AID
  88. FACMAN
    6-104 Runway Distance Data
    What is the length and width of Runway 6/24?
    9002 x 150
  89. FACMAN
    6-104 Runway Distance Data
    For simultaneous same direction operation and wake turbulence criteria, the following distances between landing surfaces must be considered:
    1. The runway edge and the edge of the CAL site landing area are _____ apart.
    200
  90. FACMAN
    6-104 Runway Distance Data
    For simultaneous same direction operation and wake turbulence criteria, the following distances between landing surfaces must be considered:
    2. The runway edge and the parallel taxiway edge (including Helipads 1 & 2) are _____ apart.
    600
  91. FACMAN
    6-104 Runway Distance Data
    For simultaneous same direction operation and wake turbulence criteria, the following distances between landing surfaces must be considered:
    3. The runway edge and the edge of Helipad 3 are _____ apart.
    200
  92. FACMAN
    6-104 Runway Distance Data
    For simultaneous same direction operation and wake turbulence criteria, the following distances between landing surfaces must be considered:
    4. The runway edge and the slide on area edge are _____ apart.
    480
  93. FACMAN
    6-104 Runway Distance Data
    The following is runway distance remaining data for intersection departures from Taxiway B and C.
    1. Runway 6
    a. Taxiway B - _____ remaining
    6550
  94. FACMAN
    6-104 Runway Distance Data
    The following is runway distance remaining data for intersection departures from Taxiway B and C.
    1. Runway 6
    b. Taxiway C - _____ remaining
    3100
  95. FACMAN
    6-104 Runway Distance Data
    The following is runway distance remaining data for intersection departures from Taxiway B and C.
    2. Runway 24
    a. Taxiway C - _____ remaining
    5850
  96. FACMAN
    6-104 Runway Distance Data
    The following is runway distance remaining data for intersection departures from Taxiway B and C.
    2. Runway 24
    b. Taxiway B - _____ remaining
    2400
  97. FACMAN
    6-105 Traffic Patterns
    In addition, the Futenma north-side VFR closed traffic pattern shall not be used by _____, except for Kadena Aero Club aircraft.
    FIXED-WING AIRCRAFT
  98. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Airport vehicles and stations that normally use frequency _____ are listed in table 6-112.
    140.1 MHz
  99. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    ATCMD Vehicles
    ATC MAINTENANCE 31, 32
  100. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Recovery Dispatcher
    RECOVERY BASE
  101. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Arresting Gear Service Trucks
    RECOVERY 16, 17
  102. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Recovery Forklift
    RECOVERY 13
  103. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Incident Command Vehicle
    RESCUE 11
  104. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Fire Department Passenger Van
    RESCUE 14
  105. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Utility Vehicle
    RESCUE 17
  106. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Water Tanker Truck
    RESCUE 19
  107. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    P-10 Tool Carrier Pickup Truck
    RESCUE 26
  108. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    P-19A Rescue Trucks
    • RESCUE ##
    • (40, 41, 42, 43, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84)
  109. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Crash/Fire/Rescue Dispatcher
    RESCUE DISPATCH
  110. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Airfreight Pickup Truck
    FUTENMA 15
  111. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Airfield Management Maroon SUV
    FUTENMA 30
  112. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Airport Lighting Maintenance Van
    FUTENMA 99
  113. FACMAN
    6-112 Vehicle Call Signs
    Futenma Ground Control
    FUTENMA GROUND
  114. FACMAN
    6-113 Frequencies
    LOCAL CONTROL FREQUENCY
    • 340.2
    • 118.8
  115. FACMAN
    6-113 Frequencies
    GROUND CONTROL FREQUENCY
    • 360.2
    • 122.8
  116. FACMAN
    6-113 Frequencies
    ATIS FREQUENCY
    • 230.3
    • N/A
  117. FACMAN
    6-113 Frequencies
    METRO FREQUENCY
    • 290.6
    • N/A
  118. FACMAN
    6-113 Frequencies
    BASE OPS FREQUENCY
    • 307.4
    • N/A
  119. FACMAN
    6-113 Frequencies
    GUARD FREQUENCY
    • 243.0
    • 121.5
  120. FREQUENCY
    FACMAN
    6-113 Frequencies
    ARRIVAL CONTROL FREQUENCY
    • 255.8
    • 135.9
  121. FACMAN
    6-113 Frequencies
    DEPARTURE CONTROL FREQUENCY
    • 258.3
    • 126.5
  122. FACMAN
    6-113 Frequencies
    The primary and secondary crash nets are on a _____ and do not have assigned frequencies.
    ENTERPRISE LAND MOBILE RADIO (ELMR)
  123. FACMAN
    6-300 Runway Selection
    The MCAAS Futenma _____ is in accordance with the 18th Operations Group ATC Services to Futenma LOA.
    RUNWAY USE PROGRAM
  124. FACMAN
    6-300 Runway Selection
    If Runway 06 is in use at Futenma and Runway 18 is un use at Naha Airport, temporary opposite direction operations to Runway 24 for GCA practice approaches may be feasible only after receiving approval from ______.
    KADENA ARRIVAL CONTROL
  125. FACMAN
    6-300 Runway Selection
    NOTE
    Multiple precision or instrument approaches (except _____) to runway 06 are not practical when Naha Airport is using Runway 18 because of an arrival versus departure altitude conflict at _____ over and near Naha Airport.
    • COPTER TACAN 040
    • 2000 MSL
  126. FACMAN
    6-300 Runway Selection
    In the event of a runway change, FD shall suspend the broadcast of obsolete landing information, update the airport status board and VIDS, complete traffic count, and then record the new ATIS broadcast in an expeditious manner after notifying which following agencies?
    • GCA
    • WEATHER OBSERVER
    • FP
    • NAHA TOWER
    • NAHA APPROACH
    • ATCMD
  127. FACMAN
    6-300 Runway Selection
    GC shall advise all aircraft on frequency of the runway change and revise departure procedure clearances. GC shall then advise recovery and rescue dispatch via the FM net, then inform the TS and LC when the _____ and _____ are reconfigured.
    • ARRESTING GEAR
    • PAPI SYSTEMS
  128. FACMAN
    6-301 Weather Briefing Extension
    A _____ is a request by a pilot to extend the weather briefing void time on a given flight plan.
    WEATHER EXTENSION
  129. FACMAN
    6-301 Weather Briefing Extension
    Pilots who request extensions from ATC shall be instructed to contact _____ or _____.
    • FUTEMNA METRO (290.6)
    • FUTENMA BASEOPS (307.4)
  130. FACMAN
    6-301 Weather Briefing Extension
    When a pilot advises that he cannot contact FUTENMA METRO or OPS, the tower may coordinate with _____ for an extension, and then advise the pilot of the result.
    BASE WEATHER
  131. FACMAN
    6-301 Weather Briefing Extension
    When requesting an extension, pass what to weather?
    • THE PILOTS WEATHER BRIEFING NUMBER
    • THE LENGTH OF TIME REQUESTED FOR WEATHER BRIEFING EXTENSION
  132. FACMAN
    6-302 Weather Reception and Reporting Weather Conditions (Prevailing Visibility)
    FD shall contact WX at the _____ for an updated weather observation.
    BEGINNING OF EACH HOUR
  133. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    A. Airport Opening:
    1. The control tower shall be manned at least _____ prior to airport opening for equipment checks.
    20 MINUTES
  134. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    A. Airport Opening:
    2. In conjunction with landline checks, FD shall forward or obtain the following information prior to opening:
    a. Kadena Tower - _____
    PASS OPENING TIME AND REQUEST RUNWAY IN USE
  135. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    A. Airport Opening:
    2. In conjunction with landline checks, FD shall forward or obtain the following information prior to opening:
    b. Weather - _____
    • PASS OPENING TIME
    • RUNWAY IN USE
    • REQUEST WEATHER INFORMATION
    • UPDATE AND ACTIVATE THE ATIS
  136. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    A. Airport Opening:
    2. In conjunction with landline checks, FD shall forward or obtain the following information prior to opening:
    c. FP - _____
    • PASS THE CLASS D SURFACE AREA STATUS (IFR/VFR)
    • EQUIPMENT STATUS
    • OBTAIN FLIGHT PLANS
    • PPRs
  137. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    A. Airport Opening:
    2. In conjunction with landline checks, FD shall forward or obtain the following information prior to opening:
    d. Naha Approach - _____
    • OBTAIN A TIME CHECK
    • PASS NAVAID STATUS
    • OPENING TIME
    • RUNWAY IN USE
    • APPROPRIATE ATIS CODE
    • ALTIMETER
  138. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    A. Airport Opening:
    2. In conjunction with landline checks, FD shall forward or obtain the following information prior to opening:
    e. Naha ACC North and South Sectors - _____
    PASS OPENING TIME
  139. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    A. Airport Opening:
    2. In conjunction with landline checks, FD shall forward or obtain the following information prior to opening:
    f. Naha Tower - _____
    • PASS OPENING TIME
    • RUNWAY IN USE
  140. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    GC shall assist with opening checklists, obtain the ____ and _____ from Recovery, and make opening broadcasts on assigned frequencies.
    • ARRESTING GEAR
    • PAPI STATUS
  141. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    What is the opening phraseology for Ground Control at 15 minutes prior?
    FUTENMA TOWER WILL BE OPEN (time) RUNWAY (number) IN USE.
  142. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    What is the opening phraseology for Ground Control at 30 minutes prior?
    ATTENTION ALL AIRCRAFT AND VEHICLES, FUTENMA AIRPORT IS OPEN, RUNWAY (number) IN USE, ALL VEHICLES EXIT THE RUNWAY AND REPORT POSITION.
  143. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    When the airport closes who must you notify?
    • NAHA APPROACH
    • NAHA ACC NORTH & SOUTH
    • KADENA TOWER
    • FP
    • ATCMD
    • CRASH CREW/RECOVERY
  144. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    Flight data shall disable the _____.
    ATIS
  145. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    LC and GC shall broadcast the airport closure by stating: _____.
    FUTENMA TOWER IS NOW CLOSED.
  146. FACMAN
    6-305 Airport Opening and Closing Procedures
    Extinguish airport lighting with the exception of the _____, secure electronic equipment except the ______.
    • ROTATING BEACON
    • BRANDS (BRIGHT RADAR ALPHANUMERIC DISPLAY SYSTEM)
  147. FACMAN
    6-306 Emergency Power
    After a switch to the emergency power generator occurs, each tower operating position shall complete an _____.
    EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST
  148. FACMAN
    6-308 Special VFR Operations
    _____ SVFR operations are not allowed.
    FIXED WING
  149. FACMAN
    6-309 Departures From Taxiway E and Helipads
    H-53 helicopters and MV-22 will not normally takeoff from the parallel _____ or helipads _____ and ______ due to rotor wash.
    • TAXIWAY ECHO
    • Spot 1
    • Spot 2
  150. FACMAN
    6-311 VFR Ground Log
    In lieu of flight progress strips, GC shall use the _____ to track the airborne status of tenant helicopters without filed flight plans.
    VFR GROUND LOG
  151. FACMAN
    6-311 VFR Ground Log
    Complete the VFR Ground Log as Follows:
    a. What goes in column 1 - _____
    ENTER CALLSIGN
  152. FACMAN
    6-311 VFR Ground Log
    Complete the VFR Ground Log as Follows:
    b. What goes in column 2 - _____
    ENTER TYPE AIRCRAFT
  153. FACMAN
    6-311 VFR Ground Log
    Complete the VFR Ground Log as Follows:
    c. What goes in column 3 - _____
    • ENTER ATD
    • (ACTUAL TIME OF DEPARTURE)
  154. FACMAN
    6-311 VFR Ground Log
    Complete the VFR Ground Log as Follows:
    d. What goes in column 4 - _____
    • ENTER ETA
    • (ESTIMATE TIME ARRIVAL)
  155. FACMAN
    6-311 VFR Ground Log
    Complete the VFR Ground Log as Follows:
    e. What goes in column 5 - _____
    • ENTER ATA
    • (ACTUAL TIME ARRIVAL)
  156. FACMAN
    6-311 VFR Ground Log
    Complete the VFR Ground Log as Follows:
    f. What goes in column 6 - _____
    REMARKS WHICH MAY INCLUDE THE PILOTS DEPARTURE INTENTIONS AND ENROUTE TIME
  157. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    ALC
    AMAMI VORTAC
  158. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    KAD
    KADENA VORTAC
  159. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    MYC
    MIYAKO-JIMA VORTAC
  160. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    NFO
    FUTENMA TACAN
  161. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    NHC
    NAHA VORTAC
  162. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    TIT
    CHINEN TACAN
  163. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    ONC
    ERABU VORTANC
  164. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    ON
    ERABU NDB
  165. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    OK
    OKINAWA NDB
  166. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    Standard Radar Climb out
    Runway 06
    CLIMBING RIGHT TURN HEADING 095, MAINTAIN 2000.
  167. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    Standard Radar Climb out
    Runway 24
    CLIMBING LEFT TURN HEADING 160, COMPLETE TURN WITHIN 3 DME OF NFO, MAINTAIN 2000.
  168. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RJTA
    ATSUGI AB
  169. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RJAW
    IWO JIMA
  170. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RJOI
    MCAS IWAKUNI
  171. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RJSM
    MISAWA AB
  172. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RJTY
    YOKOTA AB
  173. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RODN
    KADENA AB
  174. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RODE
    IE-SHIMA AUX AB
  175. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    ROTM
    MCAS FUTENMA
  176. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    ROAH
    NAHA INTERNATIONAL
  177. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RORS
    SHIMOJI-SHIMA AB
  178. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RKSO
    OSAN AB
  179. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RKTH
    POHANG AB
  180. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    PGUA
    ANDERSEN AFB
  181. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    PGUM
    GUAM INTERNATIONAL
  182. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RPLL
    NINOY AQUINO INTERNATIONAL
  183. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    RPLC
    CLARK AB
  184. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    PWAK
    WAKE ISLAND AAF
  185. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    VTUN
    KHORAT RTAFB
  186. FACMAN
    6-312 Frequently Used Identifiers and Descriptions
    VTBU
    U-TAPAO INTERNATIONAL
  187. FACMAN
    6-313 Tower Coordination Procedures
    Inter/intra-facility coordination shall be accomplished as follows:
    1. FD shall:
    a. Inform the tower team and _____ of the updated ATIS code.
    NAHA APPROACH
  188. FACMAN
    6-313 Tower Coordination Procedures
    Inter/intra-facility coordination shall be accomplished as follows:
    1. FD shall:
    b. Inform _____ and _____ of any pertinent weather warnings, advisories, and airport conditions.
    • RFD
    • (RADAR FLIGHT DATA)
  189. FACMAN
    6-313 Tower Coordination Procedures
    Inter/intra-facility coordination shall be accomplished as follows:
    1. FD shall:
    c. Notify what agencies with changes to basic VFR?
    • GCA
    • NAHA APPROACH
    • KADENA TOWER
    • NAHA TOWER
    • FP
  190. FACMAN
    6-313 Tower Coordination Procedures
    Inter/intra-facility coordination shall be accomplished as follows:
    1. FD shall:
    d. What information do you coordinate with FP?
    • FUEL AND PASSENGER REQUEST
    • NOTAMS
    • PPRs
    • FLIGHT PLAN INFORMATION
    • QUIET HOURS
    • HAZARDOUS CARGO
  191. FACMAN
    6-313 Tower Coordination Procedures
    1. FD shall:
    e. Coordinate with Kadena Arrival for Bravo Airspace transitions for all fixed-wing/tilt-rotor aircraft in fixed wing mode utilizing _____ at _____.
    • POINT TANGO
    • 1500
  192. FACMAN
    6-313 Tower Coordination Procedures
    What is the coordination phraseology for a fixed-wing/tilt-rotor aircraft in fixed wing mode utilizing Point Tango at 1500 MSL?
    POINT-OUT/APREQ (position)(type aircraft) OUTBOUND/INBOUND POINT TANGO 1500.
  193. FACMAN
    6-314 Standard IFR Departure Procedures/Instructions
    When NFO TACAN is out of service, ensure aircraft departing Runway 24 are instructed to complete turn within _____ of Futenma Airport.
    3 MILES
  194. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    CHINA POINT
    • NFO 135/6.5
    • (OVER WATER POINT 1.2 MILES)
  195. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    POINT GOLF
    • NFO 070/8.0
    • (OVER WATER ABEAM CAMP COURTNEY)
  196. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    AJA BRIDGE
    • NFO 240/3.2
    • (LARGE OVERPASS BRIDGE ON ROUTE 58, SOUTH OF CAMP KINSER)
  197. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    POINT SIERRA
    • NFO 025/1.9
    • (SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT)
  198. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    POINT KILO
    • NFO 073/4.0
    • (WEDGE SHAPED PIER/KUBASAKI FISHING VILLAGE)
  199. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    POINT TANGO
    • NFO 093/3.0
    • (L SHAPED PIER/TSUHA FISHING PIER)
  200. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    AWASE POINT
    • NFO 060/6.0
    • (4 MILE FINAL TO RUNWAY 24)
  201. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    GATE 1
    • NFO 005/4.5
    • (GATE 1 KADENA AB)
  202. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    WHITE BEACH
    • NFO 085/9.5
    • (SOUTHEASTERN TIP OF KATSUREN PENNISULA)
  203. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    KAWATA
    • NFO 056/8.0
    • (ADJACENT TO IAF SHAUN)
  204. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    LAMBERT HELIPAD
    • NFO 245/4.0
    • (CAMP KINSER)
  205. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    EAGLES NEST HELIPAD
    • ADJACENT TO BUILDING 202
    • (MCAS FUTENMA VIP HOUSE)
  206. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    ADMIN HELIPAD
    • ADJEACENT TO BUILDING 110
    • (HEADQUARTERS BUILDING)
  207. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    FOSTER HELIPAD
    • NFO 042/2.0
    • (AFN TELEVISION TOWER)
  208. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    PLAZA HELIPAD
    • NFO 040/4.2
    • (KITAME GATE/COMMISSARY)
  209. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    KUWAE HELIPAD
    • NFO 024/2.5
    • (BACKSIDE OF CAMP LESTER HOSPITAL)
  210. FACMAN
    6-315 Visual Reporting Points and Non -Movement Areas/Off Airport Helipads
    • NFO 055/3.2
    • (CAMP BUTLER, 1ST MAW HQ BUILDING)
  211. FACMAN
    6-316 Automatic Terminal Information Service
    What is the Flight Check advisory that is required on the ATIS when Flight Check is operating in the terminal radar area?
    SMALL FAA FLIGHT CHECK BUSINESS JET OPERATING WITHIN 20 MILES OF FUTENMA, AT OR BELOW 5000, USE CAUTION FOR SIMULTANEOUS, LOW-LEVEL, AND OPPOSITE DIRECTION FLIGHT CHECK PROCEDURE OPERATIONS.
  212. FACMAN
    6-319 Equipment Outage reporting and Tracking
    ATC equipment and power outages, both temporary and long term, shall be reported to _____ and then logged into the daily operations log.
    ATCMD
  213. FACMAN
    6-319 Equipment Outage reporting and Tracking
    Airport lighting outages shall be reported to _____ via _____ and logged and tracked in the daily operations log until repaired.
    • AIRFIELD OPERATIONS
    • FP
  214. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    MCAS Futenma is equipped with E-28 arresting gear. It has a _____ that requires no initial preparation or adjustment prior to arresting any type of Naval aircraft and can be used in both directions.
    ROTARY-HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
  215. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    The recycle time after use is approximately _____.
    5 MINUTES
  216. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    Maintenance responsibility rests with _____ branch.
    AIRCRAFT RECOVERY
  217. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    Where is the Runway 06 arresting gear located from the threshold?
    1407
  218. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    Where is the Runway 24 arresting gear located from the threshold?
    1153
  219. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    The following terms shall be used when communicating with the Aircraft recovery branch:
    1. READY DECK
    GEAR IS READY FOR ARRESTMENT
  220. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    The following terms shall be used when communicating with the Aircraft recovery branch:
    2. CLEAR DECK
    RUNWAY IS CLEAR, BUT NOT READY FOR ARRESTMENT
  221. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    The following terms shall be used when communicating with the Aircraft recovery branch:
    3. FOUL DECK
    THE ARRESTING GEAR AND RUNWAY ARE UNUSABLE
  222. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    The following terms shall be used when communicating with the Aircraft recovery branch:
    4. UP AND RIGGED (UP AND IN BATTERY)
    CABLE IS ACROSS THE RUNWAY, DONUTS ARE IN PLACE
  223. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    The following terms shall be used when communicating with the Aircraft recovery branch:
    5. RIGGED (IN BATTERY)
    THE ARRESTING GEAR IS ACROSS THE RUNWAY WITH NO DONUTS IN PLACE
  224. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    The following terms shall be used when communicating with the Aircraft recovery branch:
    6. DE-RIGGED
    ARRESTING GEAR CABLE IS CLEAR OF RUNWAY
  225. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    The following terms shall be used when communicating with the Aircraft recovery branch:
    7. OUT OF BATTERY
    INDICATES A FOUL DECK AND IS SIGNALED BY FLASHING LIGHTS ON THE GEAR
  226. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    The E-28 gear at the approach end of the duty runway is normally _____.
    DE-RIGGED
  227. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    The E-28 gear at the departure end of the duty runway is normally kept in an _____ status.
    UP AND RIGGED
  228. FACMAN
    6-320 E-28 Arresting Gear
    _____ shall be notified anytime there is a need to reconfigure the gear.
    RECOVERY PERSONNEL
  229. FACMAN
    6-321 Hazardous Cargo
    _____ shall notify Futenma Tower of all inbound aircraft carrying hazardous cargo that has permission to land at MCAS Futenma.
    FUTENMA FP
  230. FACMAN
    6-321 Hazardous Cargo
    The tower shall direct the aircraft to park on _____.
    TAXIWAY C
  231. FACMAN
    6-321 Hazardous Cargo
    Futenma Tower shall notify _____ of any inbound aircraft carrying hazardous cargo for which no prior coordination has been received.
    FP
  232. FACMAN
    6-321 Hazardous Cargo
    If FP has no information on the aircraft, the aircraft shall be instructed to contact _____.
    BASE OPS/307.4
  233. FACMAN
    6-321 Hazardous Cargo
    Tower _____ allow the aircraft to land until specific approval has been received from FP.
    SHALL NOT
  234. FACMAN
    1-421 Weather Service
    Thunderstorm Condition II
    THIS ADVISORY IS ISSUED WHEN THUNDERSTORMS ARE OCCURRING OR FORECASTED TO OCCUR WITHIN THE LOCAL FLYING AREA AND, THESE STORMS ARE ANTICIPATED TO POSE A POSSIBLE THREAT ON STATION WITHIN SIX (6) HOURS.
  235. FACMAN
    1-421 Weather Service
    Thunderstorm Condition I
    THIS WARNING WILL BE ISSUED WHEN THUNDERSTORMS ARE OCCURRING OR FORECASTED TO OCCUR WITHIN THE LOCAL AREA AND, THESE STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO PASS WITHIN FIVE (5) NM OF THE CENTER OF MCAS FUTENMA AIRFIELD.
  236. FACMAN
    1-421 Weather Service
    Local Wind Warning (LWW)
    THIS WARNING WILL BE ISSUED WHEN SUSTAINED WIND SPEEDS ARE, OR ARE FORECASTED TO BE BETWEEN 20-33 KNOTS OR FOR GUSTS IN EXCESS OF 23 KNOTS.
  237. FACMAN
    1-421 Weather Service
    Crosswind Advisory (XWA)
    THIS IS PUBLISHED WHEN THE CROSSWIND COMPONENT ALONG THE RUNWAY AXIS EXCEEDS, OR IS FORECASTED TO EXCEED 15 KNOTS, INCLUDING GUSTS.
  238. FACMAN
    1-421 Weather Service
    Lighting Within 5NM
    THIS WARNING IS ISSUED WHEN LIGHTNING HAS BEEN DETECTED VIA OBSERVATION OR LIGHTNING DETECTION EQUIPMENT WITH 5 NM OF THE CENTER OF MCAS FUTENMA AIRFIELD.
  239. FACMAN
    1-422 Tropical Cyclone Procedures
    The _____, with the advice of the Commander, Detachment 8, 18th Weather Squadron, Kadena Air Base, sets the Tropical Cyclone Conditions for all military installations on Okinawa.
    18TH WING COMMANDER
  240. FACMAN
    1-422 Tropical Cyclone Procedures
    Each ______ has authority to upgrade the condition for his/her installation.
    BASE COMMANDER
  241. FACMAN
    1-422 Tropical Cyclone Procedures
    Tropical Cyclone Condition 4 (TC4)
    • DESTRUCTIVE WINDS OF 50 KNOTS OR GREATER ARE POSSIBLE WITHIN 72 HOURS.
    • THIS CONDITION REMAINS IN EFFECT F~ ROM THE PERIOD OF 1 JUNE TO 30 NOVEMBER EACH YEAR.
  242. FACMAN
    1-422 Tropical Cyclone Procedures
    Tropical Cyclone Condition 3 (TC3)
    DESTRUCTIVE WINDS OF 50 KNOTS OR GREATER ARE POSSIBLE WITHIN 48 HOURS.
  243. FACMAN
    1-422 Tropical Cyclone Procedures
    Tropical Cyclone Condition 2 (TC2)
    DESTRUCTIVE WINDS OF 50 KNOTS OR GREATER ARE EXPECTED WITHIN 24 HOURS.
  244. FACMAN
    1-422 Tropical Cyclone Procedures
    Tropical Cyclone Condition 1 (TC1)
    DESTRUCTIVE WINDS OF 50 KNOTS OR GREATER ARE ANTICIPATED WITHIN 12 HOURS.
  245. FACMAN
    1-422 Tropical Cyclone Procedures
    Tropical Cyclone Condition 1 Caution (TC1C)
    DESTRUCTIVE WINDS OF 50 KNOTS OR GREATER ARE ANTICIPATED WITHIN 12 HOURS, ACTUAL WINDS, INCLUDING GUSTS, CURRENTLY 34-49 KNOTS.
  246. FACMAN
    1-422 Tropical Cyclone Procedures
    Tropical Cyclone Condition1 Emergency (TC1E)
    DESTRUCTIVE WINDS OF 50 KNOTS OR GREATER, INCLUDING GUSTS, ARE NOW OCCURRING.
  247. FACMAN
    1-422 Tropical Cyclone Procedures
    Tropical Cyclone Condition 1 Recovery (TC1R)
    DESTRUCTIVE WINDS OF 50 KNOTS OR GREATER ARE NO LONGER OCCURRING. ACTUAL WINDS ARE 34-49 KNOTS.
  248. FACMAN
    1-422 Tropical Cyclone Procedures
    Tropical Cyclone Condition Storm Watch (TCSW)
    THERE IS STILL A POSSIBILITY OF DANGER DUE TO STORM UNPREDICTABILITY, OR FROM HAZARDS CREATED BY PREVIOUS HIGH WINDS.
  249. FACMAN
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    Tropical Cyclone Condition All Clear (AC)
    HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS ARE NO LONGER PRESENT
  250. FACMAN
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    What actions are to be taken during TCCOR condition TC3 (Tropical Cyclone Condition 3)?
    • POLICE ALL AREAS FOR LOOSE GEAR AND TRASH.
    • REMOVE CANOPIES FROM ATC OFFICE SPACES AND STORE INDOORS.
  251. FACMAN
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    What actions are to be taken during TCCOR condition TC2 (Tropical Cyclone Condition 2)?
    • IF SET DURING NON-WORKING HOURS, THE ATCFO/ATC NCOIC SHALL INITIATE A RECALL. EVERY EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO CONTACT THOSE PERSONNEL LIVING ABOARD THE STATION, PRIOR TO RECALLING PERSONNEL FROM OFF-STATION QUARTERS.
    • RECHECK ATC AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOOSE GEAR AND TRASH AND TIE DOWN INTEGRITY, AS NECESSARY.
    • MOVE FURNITURE AWAY FROM WINDOWS.
  252. FACMAN
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    What actions are to be taken during TCCOR condition TC1 (Tropical Cyclone Condition 1)?
    • ENSURE ATCMD SECURES THE THREE REAR CONTROL TOWER STORM SHUTTERS (THOSE FACING BUILDING 510), FPN-63, AND WIND SOCKS.
    • SECURE ALL NON ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL NOT RESIDING ON MCAS FUTENMA.
  253. FACMAN
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    What actions are to be taken during TCCOR condition TC1C (Tropical Cyclone Condition 1 Caution)?
    • WITH OPS O OR A/OPS O CONFIRMATION, SECURE ALL FREQUENCIES AND CLOSE THE AIRFIELD.
    • ENSURE ATCMD SECURES THE REMAINING CONTROL TOWER STORM SHUTTERS.
    • SECURE ALL REMAINING PERSONNEL NOT IN TYPHOON DUTY STATUS TO QUARTERS.
  254. FACMAN
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    What actions are to be taken during TCCOR condition TC1E (Tropical Cyclone Condition 1 Emergency)?
    ALL PERSONNEL WILL REMAIN INDOORS AND ADHERE TO AUTHORIZED INSTRUCTIONS UNTIL THE READINESS CODE HAS BEEN UPGRADED TO TCSW.
  255. FACMAN
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    What actions are to be taken during TCCOR condition TC1R (Tropical Cyclone Condition 1 Recovery)?
    ATC PERSONNEL SHALL REMAIN IN QUARTERS UNLESS SPECIFICALLY RECALLED TO DUTY BY THE CHAIN OF COMMAND.
  256. FACMAN
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    What actions are to be taken during TCCOR condition TCSW (Tropical Cyclone Condition Storm Watch)?
    ATC DUTY CREW PERSONNEL SHALL REMAIN ON STANDBY STATUS AT QUARTERS UNLESS SPECIFICALLY RECALLED TO DUTY BY THE CHAIN OF COMMAND.
  257. FACMAN
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    What actions are to be taken during TCCOR condition AC (Tropical Cyclone Condition All Clear)?
    • THE DUTY CREW SHALL REPORT TO WORK SECTION AS PUBLISHED IN THE MONTHLY ATC WATCH BILL. ENSURE ATCMD REMOVES CONTROL TOWER STORM SHUTTERS, REPLACES THE WIND SOCKS, AND RESUMES OPERATION OF THE FPN-63. WITH OPS O OR A/OPS O CONFIRMATION, OPEN THE AIRFIELD.
    • ATCFWO WILL ASSESS DAMAGE AND SUBMIT A DAMAGE REPORT TO THE ATCFO OR ATCNCOIC BEFORE CLOSE OF BUSINESS.
    • RESUME NORMAL OPERATIONS.
  258. FACMAN
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    What equipment is available during storm condition: TC3-TC2?
    ATCT, FPN-63, and ASR
  259. FACMAN
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    What equipment is available during storm condition: TC1?
    ATCT, if needed
  260. FACMAN
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    What equipment is available during storm condition: TC1C/TC1E?
    FIELD SECURED
  261. FACMAN
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    What equipment is available during storm condition: TCSW?
    ATCT, FPN-63, and ASR

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