11-251 Ch 1-5.txt

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  1. What are the three characteristics of a valid objective (ARM)?
    Realistic, acheivable, and measurable
  2. What are the AC's 2 main concerns with the brief?
    Briefing guides are used, SII covered
  3. What is the student expected to come prepared to the brief with?
    NOTAMS, Wx, airfield status, threat of the day, EPoD, and lineup card
  4. What 2 things should the student do prior to the debrief?
    Post the objectives and cue tape to the Gx
  5. What GPS code do you need to verify on the MFD page?
    C code data (not Y or MIX)
  6. What is the 2 restrictions for EGI operating in INS only solution?
    Full alignment completed, predicted accuracy 7 (> 500-1000M) or less
  7. What 2 things are you checking for during the ILS/FD check?
    CDI and aicraft symbol in proper relative position to localizer course, FD pitch and bank steering bars in view
  8. What 3 things are you looking for during the initial TACAN/VOR check?
    Bearing pointers in proper direction, CDI deflection 1 dot for 5°, proper to/from indication
  9. Ensure the EHSI is within __° of the mag compass and with ___° of a known heading
    8, 5
  10. Maximum error of each altimeter at a known elevation point is ___ft
    75
  11. Navaid ground check point allowable DME error is __nm or __% which ever is greater and allowable CDI error is ±__.
    • 1/2
    • 3
    • 4
  12. When should the final check of aileron/rudder neutrality occur?
    No earlier than EOR, NLT takin the active runway
  13. 2 EOR additional items
    speed brake - centered & up, VTR - Titled and recording correctly
  14. Climb Check: Applicable steps of the climb check can be completed ____; however the cabin alt scheduling should be reconfirmed ___
    prior to 10,000MSL, above 10,000MSL
  15. Level off: When IVV is less than 6,000, begin level off at ___ of the vertical velocity
    10%
  16. Level Off: When IVV is greater than 6,000, ___ power, lower the nose to ___ at about ___ft prior in MIL power (___ft in MAX power) then use ___ of the vertical velocity
    • reduce power
    • lower the nose to cut the picture in half at about 1,000ft in MIL power (2,000 in MAX)
    • use 10% of the vertical velocity
  17. Cruise: technique for cruise speed at medium/low altitudes is to set fuel flow at __LB/HR per engine to maintain 300KCAS
    1200
  18. Cruise: How would you get optimum cruise speed for med/low altitude?
    Use RNG profile on emergency divert mode and fly commanded IMN or or CAS
  19. Cruise: When flying over 35,000MSL, fly a minimum of ___
    0.9 mach
  20. Abnormal procedures: What are the three types of suitable barriers?
    • MA-1
    • MA-1A
    • BAK-15
  21. Abnormal procedures: If aborting on a runway where the BAK-15 barrier is raised only on request, transmit what on the appropriate frequency?
    “Barrier, Barrier Barrier"
  22. Abnormal procedures: Can you taxi single engine?
    No
  23. Abnormal procedures: When can you clear the runway single engine?
    you have downside hydraulics or the gear is pinned
  24. If a single-engine go around is practiced from an overhead pattern, use __ __ until rolling out on final
    both engines
  25. Once a single-engine go is complete, what is the procedure for transitioning back to using both engines?
    Advance simulated inop engine to MIL before bringing good engine out of MAX
  26. In the final turn, a VVI in excess of ____ fpm is an indication of excessive sink rate
    4,000
  27. On final, a VVI in excess of ____ fpm is an indication of excessive sink rate
    2,000
  28. When does ground rush occur?
    300 to 500 AGL
  29. What should you do any time you encounter excessive sink rate in the traffic pattern?
    Immediately execute a stall recovery, disregard ground track
  30. At what AOA does the "definite increase in buffet" occur?
    0.8 AOA
  31. What are the three stall indications you will execute stall recovery procedures on in the pattern?
    Definite increase in buffet, aural/HUD/MFD stall warning, and excessive sink rate
  32. During a stall recovery excess thrust should be used for ___ __ ___ not increasing airspeed
    establishing a climb
  33. During a pronounced balloon, bounce or high flare, what should you do?
    Perform a go-around
  34. What should you do if you find yourself in a porpoise?
    Freeze the control stick slightly aft of neutral and select MAX for a go-around
  35. What are the three steps for a go-around from the final (landing) phase?
    • 1. Advance power to MIL
    • 2. Accelerate to final approach airspeed
    • 3. Retract the landing gear when you are SURE touchdown will not occur
  36. What is the primary hazard during a go-around from the final turn?
    Overspeeding gear and/or flaps
  37. T/F MIL power is always required for a go-around from the final turn
    F
  38. T/F it is permissible to break out from the final turn
    F
  39. What is a consideration if you are overshooting a no-flap final turn?
    Roll flaps to 60% while initiating the go-around
  40. What two steps need to be performed during an alternate gear extension?
    • 1. Ensure alternate release handle is fully stowed
    • 2. Reset system by moving gear handle down/up/down
  41. What is the altitude required for a split s?
    7,000-10,000' below
  42. What is the altitude required for a immelmann?
    8,000-10,000' above
  43. What is the altitude required for a cuban 8?
    8,000-10,000' above
  44. What is the altitude required for a cloverleaf?
    8,000-10,000' above
  45. What is the rule for altitude/airspeed to lead the pull out of a nose-low maneuver?
    10 knots/500 feet for each 10° NL (50°NL lead pullout by 2,500 feet or 50 knots)
  46. What is the minimum over-the-top airspeed?
    150 KCAS
  47. Complete the first half of a lazy 8 with ___ ___ flight attitude and ___ ___
    wings-level/entry airspeed
  48. Entry parameters for a barrel roll
    Wings-level attitude with aircraft 30-45° off to one side
  49. What is the pull for a loop?
    4.5-5G's or the "green donut"
  50. When is a loop considered complete?
    Level flight with entry parameters (unless flowing into another maneuver)
  51. When is a split-s considered complete?
    When wings level approximately 180° from entry heading
  52. When is an immelman considered complete?
    Level flight 180° from original heading
  53. When is a cuban 8 considered complete?
    In level flight , at entry airspeed, heading in original direction
  54. What should your airspeed be over the top of each leaf in a cloverleaf?
    175 to 200 knots
  55. What parameter is important about the bottom of the cloverleaf?
    Entry airspeed
  56. Which direction should your first leaf of a cloverleaf be when considering area?
    Turn into the closest border for the first leaf.
  57. When is a chandelle complete?
    Wings level (not level flight) at approximately 200 KCAS and turned 180°
  58. If you enter a chandelle approximately 15° NL, what will your pitch be at the end?
    45° NH
  59. If you enter a chandelle approximately 20° NL, what will your pitch be at the end?
    60° NH

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