Form Guide.txt

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Form Guide.txt
2014-05-11 20:14:13

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  1. Low approach min altitude?
  2. WX for wing T/O?
    500-1½, PWC, Circle mins (whichever is greater)
  3. Wing T/O max crosswind?
    15kts (Dry), 10kts (Wet), SW/Ice NOT permitted
  4. Wing T/O lateral spacing?
  5. Minimum RWY width for form T/O and LDG?
  6. Wing T/O power setting as lead?
  7. Wing T/O power setting as wing?
    As required
  8. Wing T/O requires what two items before raising gear?
    At least 110kts and both aircraft off ground
  9. Interval T/O WX required?
  10. Interval T/O max crosswind?
    25kts (dry), 10kts (wet), 5kts (SW/Ice)
  11. #2 will wait how many seconds before setting MAX power on interval T/O?
    6 seconds
  12. Interval T/O lead will fly how many knots until rejoined?
  13. WX required for wing landing or low approach?
    Lowest compatible approach mins
  14. Instrument Trail #2 will normally wait how many seconds before takeoff?
    20 seconds
  15. Instrument Trail lead will call out what?
    Even altitudes and turns
  16. Instrument Trail #2 will squawk what?
    0400 or ATC assigned
  17. Instrument Trail Rejoin airspeed?
  18. In a wing approach/landing, go stack level when?
    Not before glideslope intercept or if VMC no later than ½ mile before runway
  19. Lead will set what power setting for a formation missed approach?
  20. Primary purpose of formation flying is what?
    Mutual support
  21. What are lead’s responsibilities?
    Clear, Plan, Monitor, Navigate and Communicate for the formation
  22. What are #2’s responsibilities?
    Maintain FPD, Keep lead in sight, Stay in position, Clear and back up lead
  23. Perform the AGSM when using how many G’s?
    3G’s or more
  24. As lost wingman on the OUTSIDE of the turn, what do you do?
    Turn away 15 degrees for 15 seconds
  25. As lost wingman on the INSIDE of the turn, what do you do?
    Direct lead to roll out, maintain bank until lead advises they’re wings level, then keep turning 15 degrees for 15 seconds
  26. As lost wingman on FINAL, lost wingman will do what?
    Momentarily turn away then climb to FAF or GS intercept altitude then continue missed approach and direct 1 to get new clearance
  27. As lost wingman on a MISSED APPROACH, lost wingman will momentarily will do what?
    Turn away and climb to missed approach altitude plus 500ft then continue missed approach with separate clearance
  28. What are the four times #2 must breakout?
    SHIT – SA lost, Hazardous situation, Infront/underneath lead, Told to
  29. What is the purpose of quarter plane?
    Last ditch maneuver to control closure and aspect to preserve 3/9 line
  30. Angle off is the angle between what?
    #1 and #2 heading
  31. Lead changes are not permitted below what and initiated further aft than what?
    500ft AGL and 30 degrees line abreast
  32. Echelon turn max bank?
    60 degrees
  33. Fuselage-to-fuselage distance in echelon?
  34. Can you use speed brake in echelon turn?
  35. What is the route position?
    2-ship widths to 500ft
  36. Max bank in route position?
    60 degrees
  37. What is fingertip position?
    30 degrees aft of 3/9 line with 10ft wingtip spacing
  38. What is the proper position correction in fingertip?
    Stack, Line, Spacing
  39. What is the fighting wing position?
    30-45 degree cone from 500-1,000ft
  40. Where do you not want to be as #2 in ET/FW?
    Lead’s 6
  41. What is the close trail position?
    1-2 ship lengths behind and below #1’s wake turbulence
  42. What are the close trail limitations?
    90 degrees bank, 2-3G’s and 120kts minimum
  43. What is the chase ship position?
    As close as necessary to 1,000ft and 30-60 degree cone
  44. Chase ship will fly low approach no lower than?
    100' AGL
  45. Rejoins should be flown at?
    180kts INSIDE MOA, 180kts climbing OUTSIDE, 200kts level OUTSIDE
  46. When do you call out airspeed during rejoins?
    If >10kts
  47. Rejoins should be made to which side of the turn?
  48. When do you switch to fingertip references during a TRJ?
    300-500ft from lead
  49. What are the overshoot parameters?
    2-ship widths but no closer than nose/tail separation, 50ft BELOW
  50. What are the pitch out parameters?
    Wait 2-3 seconds for 500-1,000ft spacing or 5-7 seconds for 1,500-2,000ft
  51. What are the wing work I parameters?
    0-30 degrees bank; +/- 10 pitch; 1-2G
  52. What are the wing work II parameters?
    0-60 degrees bank; +/- 25 pitch; 1-2G
  53. What are the wing work III parameters?
    0-90 degrees bank; +/- 35 pitch; 1-3G
  54. What do aircraft do during a BEX?
    Turn away 90 degrees with 45 degrees of bank
  55. What is the extended trail position?
    500-1,000ft with 30-45 degree cone
  56. What are the ET restrictions?
    Do not go inside of #1’s 300ft bubble and minimum airspeed of 100kts
  57. During an OPS check when does #2 call Fuel/G’s?
    Differ by 50lbs and 0.5Gs
  58. When do you offer lead to the emergency aircraft?
    On Discovery of EP, on Recovery in VMC, on Final with the field in sight and cleared to land
  59. What are the KIO situations?
    Boundary overflow, Unscheduled a/c enters, Maneuvering limits exceeded, Player called, WX drops below mins, Overflown BINGO, Radio fail/cont wing rock, Loss of SA, Dangerous situation
  60. 300' Range Estimation
    Width of AOA turned sideways
  61. 500' Range Estimation
    2/3 of AOA sideways or 2/3 STBY mag compass
  62. 1000' Range Estimation
    Twice size of strobe flashguard