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  1. What are the five Cs?
    Confess, climb, conserve, communicate, comply
  2. What is the first thing you should do when you realize you are lost?
    Check your clock, fuel, and heading.
  3. When lost in-flight in overcast conditions, it is best to ______.
    climb to increase radio reception, but maintain VMC conditions
  4. One way an FSS could help you when lost is by ______.
    providing weather information
  5. If lost in-flight, set your transponder to ______.
    7700
  6. When lost in-flight, you should ______.
    look for landmarks to help identify you position
  7. A distress call should contain ______.
    PAN,PAN, PAN, call sign, and type of emergency
  8. Other than on the Sectional chart, where can you find information on a TRSA?
    A/FD
  9. Before you cancel your IFR flight plan and begin your VFR arrival you must first be ______.
    in VFR conditions and outside Class A airspace
  10. When arriving VFR at a military airfield in Class C airspace, you should contact ______.
    approach control
  11. Why is Pensacola categorized as Class C airspace?
    It has an operating tower and has a radar approach control.
  12. At a minimum, what information should you provide at initial radio check-in when entering Class C airspace VFR or a military field VFR?
    Callsign, position, altitude, transponder, and intentions
  13. Even though you might not use the OLS for your arrival, you should be aware of its presence on the field because ______.
    it could present an obstruction hazard
  14. While maintaining aircraft control and continuing to clear, what is the first thing you should do after realizing you might have radio failure?
    Troubleshoot your radio connection and settings
  15. In a lost comm situation, how should you acknowledge the tower’s instructions?
    Rock your wings.
  16. If you learn there is a turbine-powered aircraft in the pattern, it is at ______ feet AGL.
    1500
  17. What are two methods for communicating at an uncontrolled airfield?
    FSS and self-announce
  18. What is true about the segmented circle?
    They are located on the airfield to afford maximum visibility to pilots.
  19. The landing strip indicators portray the ______.
    runway alignment
  20. The ______ is used to display the direction for landings and takeoffs
    landing direction indicator (tetrahedron)
  21. If you are landing at a civilian uncontrolled airfield in Class E airspace, you should exercise extra caution because ______.
    there are no two-way communications requirements
  22. When landing at an uncontrolled airfield in a comm out situation you should ______
    enter downwind at a 45° angle
  23. For VFR arrivals it is important to note that Class C airspace normally has a radius of ______ NM.
    10
  24. When approaching a military airfield for a VFR arrival, it is a good practice to monitor the ______ frequency prior to making initial radio contact
    ATIS
  25. The lateral dimensions of Class D airspace are normally ______.
    determined by the instrument procedure at the airfield
  26. When should you use self-announce procedures during a VFR arrival to a strange field?
    The tower is closed or operating part time, and there is no FSS
  27. The national terminal radar program provides which of the following services?
    Basic, TRSA, Class B, and Class C
  28. When approaching an uncontrolled strange field VFR, who has the right of way for landing?
    The aircraft with the lower altitude

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