SWE 3710.1F

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SWE 3710.1F
2014-05-04 17:14:42

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  1. What is the primary mission of Coast Guard aircraft?
    Operational response 
  2. How would you submit a change request for the Coast Guard Air Operations Manual, M3710.1 (series)?
    Coast Guard Air Operations Manual, M3710.1 (series) change form
  3. The Commandant has primary authority for the operation of aircraft in the Coast Guard under what code?
    14 U.S.C. 88 and 93
  4. When working with surface forces, responsibility for coordinating air and surface mission execution normally rests with whom?
    the surface element having the greatest communications capability
  5. No aircraft modifications or changes will be made without specific authorization from whom?
    Commandant (CG-41) and (CG-711)
  6. No in-flight testing will be conducted without specific authorization from whom?
    Commandant (CG-711)
  7. Who maintains the ACCB process guide?
  8. The guidance concerning the conduct of flights on Coast Guard aircraft is divided into what categories?
    mission planning and mission execution.
  9. What manual provides specific guidance for the flight safety program?
    The Safety and Environmental Health Manual, COMDTINST M5100.47 (series)
  10. What are the fundamental reasons for a comprehensive aviation safety program?
    the well being of personnel and the preservation of limited resources
  11. Where would you find procedures for reporting, investigating, and analyzing aircraft mishaps?
    Safety and Environmental Health Manual, COMDTINST M5100.47 (series).
  12. What are Joint Service mishaps governed by?
    the Safety Investigation and Reporting Joint Service Mishaps Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
  13. Who should aircrew personnel consult when the slightest doubt as to their fitness exists?
    their flight surgeon, or other doctor
  14. What percent of hours must be dedicated to training so pilots and crew members can maintain skill proficiency and complete the various training syllabi leading to the next designation?
    • 20 percent fixed wing (F/W)
    • 40 percent rotary wing (R/W)
  15. In the Pacific Area, all B-ZERO aircraft are under the direct control of whom?
  16. In the Atlantic Area, all HC-130s are under the operational control (OPCON) of whom?
  17. All aircraft except C-130's in the Atlantic Area in a B-ZERO status are controlled by whom?
  18. Fuel reserves can be as little as __ minutes of fuel for R/W aircraft and __ minutes for F/W aircraft under perfect weather conditions.
    • 20
    • 45
  19. The basic authority for the Coast Guard to operate aircraft is contained where?
    14 U.S.C. 2, 88 and 93
  20. The authority to initiate flights to meet assigned missions can be delegated no lower than what officer?
    Operations Officer
  21. Flight schedule authority can be delegated no lower than what officer?
    the designated operations officer
  22. What is the exception when flights can be initiated by an officer lower than the operations officer?
  23.  Flight test programs to evaluate new equipment or aircraft configurations are prohibited without specific authorization from whom?
    Commandant (CG-711).
  24. Who can clear aircraft when damage is non-structural or a malfunction is minor and not a threat to the safety of the crew or aircraft?
  25. Who is the clearance authority when major malfunctions or structural damage is found or suspected and further flight is required?
    CG-711 with technical concurrence from CG-41
  26. What is one of the most important considerations in aviation planning?
  27. What is the Shipboard-Helicopter Operational Procedures Manual?
    3710.2 E
  28. Paper copies of flight plans shall be retained for how long?
    90 days
  29. Where shall passenger manifests be retained at?
    By the home unit with the aircraft flight record
  30. How often shall an inventory be conducted of all station aircraft?
  31. How long shall weight and balance forms be retained?
    90 days
  32. A new 24-hour period will begin any time a flight crew or non-crew member has completed how many hours of rest?
    ten hours rest
  33. How much time deadheading shall count as crew mission time?
    One half of the number of flight hours 
  34. Unless a flight crew member has night adapted, the member may not be scheduled for more than how many nights of reverse cycle operations?
    two consecutive nights
  35. A flight crew member shall not fly as a crew member more than __ hours in any seven consecutive days.
    50 hours
  36. A flight crew member shall not fly as a crew member more than ___ hours during any 30 consecutive days.
    125 hours
  37. A flight crew member shall not fly as a crew member more than ____ total military/civilian hours during any 365 consecutive days.
  38. Alert duty is limited to __ hours unless adequate crew rest facilities are available.
    12 hours
  39. Donation of 200cc or more of blood is grounding for how many days?
    3 days (72 hours)
  40. Donation of 500cc of blood or more is grounding for how many days?
    7 days
  41. Aircrew personnel shall not donate blood more than every ___ days.
    120 days
  42. Aircrew personnel should not be permitted to engage in-flights above 35,000 feet, night flying, or other demanding flights for a period of ______ after blood donation.
    one week 
  43. Aircrew personnel selected for and undergoing bone marrow donation are grounded for a minimum of __days.
    30 days
  44. When an aircraft is being taxied within __ feet of obstructions, a two person (minimum) taxi crew is required.
    25 feet
  45. Aircraft shall not be taxied at anytime within _ feet of obstructions.
    5 feet
  46. For hot refueling the H-65, this interval should not routinely exceed ___ hours.
    six hours
  47. A near midair collision is an incident where a possibility of collision occurs as a result of proximity of less than ___ feet to another aircraft.
    500 feet
  48. Participants on Environmental and Morale Leave (EML) flights shall not exceed the maximum baggage allowance of __ pounds per passenger.
    50 pounds
  49. Who is authorized to establish Environmental and Morale Leave (EML) programs?
    District commanders 
  50. When no oxygen equipment is in use, an unpressurized aircraft may ascend to 12,000 feet MSL provided it does not remain above 10,000 feet MSL for more than ______.
    thirty minutes
  51. What form is the standard training jacket?
    United States Coast Guard Training Record (CG Form 5285) 
  52. All completed syllabi and standardization check sheets will be retained for a minimum of __ years following completion.
    four years
  53. How often is an individual's training record updated?
  54. How often are helicopter Flight Crew Members and Mission Specialists required to have Underwater Egress Training?
    75 Months
  55. How often is CRM training required?
    annual requirement - within 15 months of previous Refresher CRM training date
  56. Who is considered the senior member of the Unit Safety and Health Committee?
  57. What officer Maintains unit personnel training jackets?
    Training Officer
  58. An aircrew member who encounters mental or emotional illness problems should report them to whom?
    commanding officer and request to be grounded.
  59. Detailed information on the use of medications and nutritional supplements by aviation personnel is found in what manual?
    Coast Guard Aviation Medicine Manual, COMDTINST M6410.3 (series).