1. The _________ is ultimately responsible for the safe and effective operation of the
aircraft. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 1.2)
Pilot in command
Submit suggested improvements
to the Interim T-6 Vol 3 on __________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 1.5)
AF Form 847
Compute ____________ for all
flights. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 2.2)
Takeoff and landing data
Minimum briefing time between start of the mission briefing and takeoff is ________. (Interim T6 Vol
1hr 45 min – off
(T/F) Solo students may deviate from the briefed primary or alternate mission profile if safety is maintained. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 18.104.22.168)
False – May NOT deviate
A _________ alternate mission will be briefed for each flight. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 22.214.171.124)
(T/F) A visor is an optional piece of equipment
during flight at night or in restricted visibility. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 126.96.36.199)
False – a visor will be worn by each crew member during all
phases of flight.
On non-local sorties, each aircrew will carry a _______________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 188.8.131.52)
Suitable terrain chart
On flights that will be completed on or after official sunset, each aircrew is required to carry a ________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 184.108.40.206)
G-suits are not required for _____________ sorties. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 220.127.116.11)
(T/F) The canopy may remain open to motor the engine. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.1.4)
(T/F) Max Torque on the ground is 60%. (Interim T6
Vol 3, 18.104.22.168)
False – Avoid excessive power during the ground operations.
(T/F) Maintenance personnel may approach an operating engine from the trailing edge forward from underneath. (Interim T6
Vol 3, 22.214.171.124)
False – Do not allow personnel to approach an operating engine.
Min taxi distance between obstacles when using a marshaller in conjunction with a wing walker is _____________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.2)
(T/F) When obstacles affect only one wingtip, the marshaller may also act as the wing walker. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.2)
Maintain a minimum of __________ when staggered and _________ when taxing in trail. (Interim T6 Vol
Aircraft must have _______ of fuel for all takeoffs. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.3.1)
1100+ lbs (full)
___________ fuel is the prebriefed fuel state needed to terminate an event and transition to the next phase of flight. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 126.96.36.199)
___________ fuel is the prebriefed fuel state which allows the aircraft to return to the base of intended landing or alternate, using preplanned recovery parameters and
arriving with normal recovery fuel. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 188.8.131.52)
___________ fuel is 200 lbs (or what is established locally) on initial or at the final approach fix (FAF).
(Interim T6 Vol 3, 184.108.40.206)
Min Fuel is _________ lbs. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 220.127.116.11.1)
Emergency Fuel is _________ lbs. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 18.104.22.168.2)
Minimum runway length for T-6A operations is _________. (Interim T6
Vol 3, 22.214.171.124)
(T/F) The minimum runway length of 4500 does not apply at alternate or emergency airfields. (Interim T6
Vol 3, 3.3.2)
(T/F) Solo students may perform rolling takeoffs during daylight or the extended daylight hours. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.3.4)
False – Must have a rated pilot on board to perform rolling
Students will not perform touch-and-go landings when the crosswind component exceeds________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.3.5)
On presolo contact sorties, the student will wait until a verbal _______ is received from the IP before moving the gear handle. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.3.6)
(T/F) The “Gear Clear” call is an advisory call on all sorties post solo. (Interim T6
Vol 3, 3.3.6)
On restricted low approaches, do not descend below __________.
(Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.3.8)
500 ft AGL
(T/F) It is acceptable to shake the stick and verbally say “I got it” to take the aircraft. (Interim T6
Vol 3, 3.4.1)
False – You must say “I have the aircraft”
A G-awareness demonstration or exercise is required during any sortie where increased Gs (above ______) are anticipated. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.4.2)
Aircraft will not descend below ___________ during any portion of aerobatic maneuvering. (Interim T6 Vol
6000 ft AGL
(T/F) Aerobatic flight may be performed on Victor/Jet routes about 5000 ft AGL. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.4.3)
False – Must be in Special use airspace
Min weather for spins is _________ to avoid entering IMC. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 126.96.36.199)
7000 ft / Clear of clouds
When spinning over clouds, plan to complete all spin training no lower than __________. (Interim T6 Vol 3,
4000 ft below spin entry
Perform all parts of aerobatic maneuvers, unusual attitudes, abnormal flight recoveries, practice lost wingman, extended trail exercise, stalls, slow flight, and OCF recoveries above _______. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 188.8.131.52)
6000 ft AGL
Complete stalls, slow flight, OCF recoveries, and spin recoveries at a minimum of __________. (Interim T6 Vol
6000 ft AGL
Min altitude to begin OCF training or a spin entry is ___________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 184.108.40.206)
13500 ft MSL
Min altitude for VFR point to point navigation is __________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 220.127.116.11)
3000 ft AGL
The time period defined as the period 15 minutes before official sunrise to 15 minutes past official sunset is _____________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.5.1)
(T/F) Solo students may takeoff and go to the area during the extended daylight period. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.5.2)
(T/F) One may practice the visual circling maneuver portion of an instrument approach at night. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.6.3)
False – can’t circle or perform low closed at night.
(T/F) One may perform the instrument portion of a circling approach at night. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.6.3)
True – but must go missed approach or execute climb out at the MAP. Can not circle at night.
When filing to a destination at night, which of the following are true. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.6.6)
There must be an operable straight-in approach with glidepath guidance.
Night landings require operational glidepath guidance.
Visual descent path indicator or precision guidance systems are acceptable glidepath guidance.
Do not file at night if the only approach is a circling approach.
The weather is 1500/3, and you and your IP want to do a round robin to Dothan. You must file an alternate since the weather is below 3000/3. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.8.1)
False – If departing and returning to same airfield, IP/FE in a crewmember, and have 1500/3 an alternate is NOT required.
Weather requirements for an alternate requiring radar on the only suitable approach are _______. (Interim
T6 Vol 3, 3.8.4)
The same as for an alternate w/o a published approach
Must be able to descend VFR from an IFR enroute altitude to a VFR approach and landing.
(T/F) You should not commence a penetration, enroute descent, or approach unless existing weather meets the PWCs of the pilot with the lowest PWCs. (Interim T6 Vol 3,
After commencing a penetration or approach, if weather is reported below the required PWC or published mins, the pilot _______.
(Interim T6 Vol 3, 18.104.22.168)
May continue the approach to the PWC or Published mins, whichever is higher.
If at PWCs but prior to DH on a precision approach and still IMC the pilot should __________. (Interim T6 Vol
Continue to the MAP while climbing and execute missed approach at the non-precision MAP.
Practice unusual attitude in ________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.8.8)
Solo syllabus sorties must __________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.8.10)
Remain VMC at all times
Have sufficient ground references to visually navigate to, from areas.
Weather requirements for aerobatics or confidence maneuvers are ________. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.8.11)
3mi/clear of clouds
Normally do not exceed __________ in IMC. (Interim T6 Vol 3, 3.8.12)
(T/F) Missions originating from the home base will launch with a known malfunction if flight safety will not be compromised. (Interim
T6 Vol 3, 4.1)
False – Aircraft will NOT normally launch with a known malfunction.
Solo students may launch with the following known malfunctions in day VMC. (Interim T6 Vol 3, Table
(T/F) Aircraft may be flown solo with instrument or system malfunctions in the rear cockpit that do not affect safety of flight.
(Interim T6 Vol 3, 4.4.1)
(T/F) Student pilots may fly solo in an aircraft
with a known malfunctions as long as it does not conflict with information from
Table 4.1 . (Interim T6 Vol 3, 4.4.2)
False – student pilot will not fly solo UNLESS approved by the squadron SUP, AND cleared by a maintenance supervisor.