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  1. If your preflight plan was to enter and leave an area at the bottom, your profile (in order) would be?
    Energy gaining, energy neutral, energy losing
  2. What are the area orientation questions you should ask yourself?
    • 1. Where am I?
    • 2. If I start the maneuver from this position, can I safely finish it, stay within my area boundaries, and set up for another maneuver?
    • 3. Should I reposition the aircraft before this maneuver or modify my profile and do a different maneuver?
    • 4. What is the next maneuver in my profile that I will do from my projected aircraft position?
  3. Energy management is directly related to which area orientation question?
    Question 4
  4. In addition to conserving total energy, trading energy does three things, what are they?
    • Saves fuel
    • Takes less time and distance
    • Demo’s proper judgment
  5. One principle that you will use as you plan and execute your sequence of area maneuvers is ____.
    Energy management
  6. The major difference between a MOA and a alert area is the _____ for the airspace
    Level of ATC
  7. If you need to trade kinetic energy for potential energy, you could _____.
    Leave the power alone and climb.
  8. If you are accelerating or climbing with greater than one G, you are ______.
    Not gaining the most energy possible
  9. If you are pulling Gs and descending at low power or losing airspeed _____.
    You are losing energy
  10. Efficient energy management results in completing your area profile ______.
    Without droning between maneuvers
  11. Orientation principles tell you _____.
    Where to do a maneuver
  12. Energy management principles tell you _____
    When to do a maneuver
  13. What are the major concepts to staying within your assigned airspace?
    • where you are
    • area boundaries
    • Flight paths and energy characteristics of planned maneuvers
    • winds at altitude
  14. A MOA boundary can be defined by ____ or ____ radial and DME boundaries. Latitude and longitude coordinates read by ___. It will have a min and max MSL block
    VORTAC; TACAN; GPS
  15. Inverted recoveries generally fit into which category?
    Energy neutral
  16. Flight operations in the alert area are normally conducted under what rules?
    VFR
  17. Working areas in the low blocks are typically used for _____
    Aerobatics and stalls
  18. To offset energy losses due to drag or to actually gain energy while trading potential to kinetic energy, ______.
    Power must be added
  19. What concepts are used for inflight planning?
    • Mission profile
    • Energy management
    • Area orientation
  20. Which inflight planning concept tells you where to do an area maneuver?
    Area orientation
  21. Power on stalls parameters
    • Entry airspeed/power: as required, 30-60% torque
    • Alt required: 1500 ft above
    • Lateral distance: 3nm ahead, 3nm in direction of turn
  22. Nose high recovery parameters
    • Entry airspeed/power: varies
    • Alt required: 2000 ft above, 1000 ft below
    • Lateral distance: 3nm in all directions
  23. Nose low recovery parameters
    • Entry airspeed/power: varies
    • Alt required: 1000 ft above, 2000 ft below
    • Lateral distance: 3 nm in all directions
  24. Inverted recovery parameters
    • Entry airspeed/power: varies
    • Alt required: 2000 ft above and below
    • Lateral distance: 3 nm in all directions
  25. OCF recovery parameters
    • Entry airspeed/power: as required/idle
    • Alt required: 1000 ft above, 3500 ft below
    • Lateral distance: 1 nm ahead, 1 nm in direction of turn
  26. Spin recovery parameters
    • Entry airspeed/power: as required/idle
    • Alt required: 1000 ft above, 3500 ft below
    • Lateral distance: 1 nm ahead, 1nm in direction of turn
  27. Traffic pattern stalls parameters
    • Entry airspeeds/power:
    • Final turn stalls 120 KIAS/idle
    • Landing attitude stall 5-10 KIAS above
    • Final approach speed (100 KIAS min)/idle
    • Alt recommended: 2500 below
    • Lateral distance required: 3 nm in all directions
  28. Power-off/ELP stall parameters
    • Entry airspeeds/power:
    • Clean glide 125 KIAS/ 4-6%
    • High to low key 120 KIAS/ 4-6%
    • Low key to runway 120 KIAS/ 4-6%
    • Alt requirement: may take up to 4000 ft
  29. Slow flight parameters
    • Entry airspeeds/power:
    • 80-85 KIAS w/LDG Flaps
    • 85-90 KIAS w/TO Flaps
    • 90-95 KIAS w/no flap
    • Power as required
    • Alt recommended: 500 ft above and below
    • Lateral distance: 2nm ahead, 2nm in direction of turn

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