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  1. If you were planning a mission from Laughlin AFB to Randolph AFB, you would consult ______ for Randolph supplementary airfield information.
    AP/1
  2. If you wanted to know if your destination has the proper grade fuel available for your aircraft, you would consult the ______.
    IFR Supplement
  3. If you are planning your IFR flight to operate at 20,000 feet MSL, you should use a ______ enroute chart
    High altitude
  4. For information on emergency procedures, you would consult the ______.
    FIH
  5. Most Air Force VFR missions commonly use what type charts for VFR navigation?
    TPC, ONC, or JOG charts
  6. What are the obstacle clearances established by MEA indications?
    • 2000 ft in mountainous terrain
    • 1000 ft in non mountainous terrain
    • when not shown on high chart MEA is FL180
  7. What are some reasons you may have to make adjustments to your flight plan?
    • Winds
    • Icing
    • Turbulance
  8. Position reports are not required when in radar contact unless requested by controllers. When you are not in radar contact, how will you know when to transmit a position report?
    At compulsory reporting points identified by a filled-in triangle
  9. Where would you find the formats for flight plan changes and position reports?
    Inside back cover of IFR sup
  10. You are IMC and assigned to fly FL 260, your MEA is FL 240, and you requested FL 280. If you experience lost communications, what altitude should you fly?
    • highest of:
    • MEA
    • Expected
    • Assigned
  11. If you fly into unexpected hazardous weather, you should transmit a PIREP. Where would you find the PIREP format?
    FIH, section C
  12. What factors does the ICE-T method use?
    • Indicated
    • Calibrated
    • Equivalent
    • True airspeed
  13. What are some restrictions on filing GPS-direct routes?
    • Radar monitoring must be available
    • Route must begin and end at departure and arrival fix
    • Route must avoid prohibited and restricted airspace by atleast 3 NM's
  14. Which class of airspace covers controlled airspace over nontowered airfields?
    Class E, because class D becomes E when tower closes
  15. What does the highlighted symbol on this chart indicate?
    Changover point
  16. You are flying in IMC conditions on an IFR flight plan, if you lose communications on what routing would you fly?
    • Assigned
    • Vectored
    • Expected
    • Filed
  17. Which FLIP chart should you reference for a mission at 16,000 feet MSL?
    Low altitude chart
  18. NOTAM abbreviation codes would be found in the _____.
    FIH
  19. Which chart would you use if you needed more topographical detail than is represented on a TPC or Sectional chart?
    JOG chart

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