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  1. WHAT IS AIRCRAFT APPROACH CATEGORY E?
    SPEED OF 166 KNOTS OR MORE
  2. WHAT IS THE MINIMUM VECTORING ALTITUDE FOR KNBG?
    2000 FT
  3. AIRCRAFT APPROACH CATEGORY D?
    SPEED OF 141 TO 165 KNOTS
  4. AIRCRAFT APPROACH CATEGORY C?
    SPEED 121 TO 140 KNOTS
  5. AIRCRAFT APPROACH CATEGORY B?
    SPEED OF 91 TO 120 KNOTS
  6. AIRCRAFT APPROACH CATEGORY A?
    SPEED OF 91 KNOTS OR LESS
  7. APPROACH CATEGORIES
    APPROACH SPEED OF 1.3 TIMES THE STALL SPEED IN LANDING CONFIGURATIONS I.E. LANDING GEAR & FLAPS DOWN
  8. WHAT IS THE PAR DECISION HEIGHT OF RUNWAY 4 AND 22?
    RUNWAY 4 - 99' 1/4 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL

    RUNWAY 22 - 249' 3/4 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL
  9. FINAL APPROACH FIX FOR ALL RUNWAYS?
    6 MILES FROM LANDING THRESHOLD
  10. RECOMMENDED ALTITUDES FOR ASR SURVEILLANCE APPROACH?
    • 5 MILES - 1680 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL
    • 4 MILES - 1320 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL
    • 3 MILES - 1040 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL
    • 2 MILES - 720 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL
  11. WHO CAN AUTHORIZE A TRAINEE GCA TRAINING BELOW VISUAL METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS?
    RADAR BRANCH CHIEF WITH WRITTEN APPROVAL I.E. IFR LETTER
  12. CAN A TRAINEE TRAIN GCA BELOW VISUAL METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS?
    YES
  13. WHAT IS THE ALLOWABLE BELOW WEATHER MINIMUMS FOR A TRAINEE TO CONDUCT GCAS'?
    800 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL & 2 STATUTE MILES
  14. WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF VISCOM?
    VISCOM REDUCES THE VERBAL COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE FINAL CONTROLLER AND THE LOCAL CONTROLLER.
  15. WHAT NOISE WILL THE VISCOM PRODUCE?
    VISCOM PRODUCES AN AURORAL TONE TO INDICATE ACTIVATION.
  16. MISSED APPROACH POINTS FOR RUNWAYS 4/22 14/32?
    3/4 MILE FROM APPROACH ENDS OF ALL RUNWAYS.
  17. AT WHAT EXACT MILITARY TIME DO RADAR FINAL CONTROL RUN SHEETS GET CLOSED?
    2359L
  18. WHAT ARE THE ASR SURVEILLANCE MINIMUM DESCENT ALTITUDES?
    • RUNWAY 4 - 420 1/2 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL
    • RUNWAY 22 - 460 3/4 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL (ALTITUDE RESTRICTION 600 FEET UNTIL 2 MILES)
    • RUNWAY 14 - 440 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL (ALTITUDE RESTRICTION 700 FEET UNTIL 2 MILES)
    • RUNWAY 32 - 440 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL
  19. "TOUCHDOWN POINT OF RUNWAY 4
    TOUCHDOWN POINT OF RUNWAY 22
    • RUNWAY 4 - 973' FROM LANDING THRESHOLD
    • RUNWAY 22 - 855' FROM LANDING THRESHOLD
  20. WHAT ARE THE FINAL CONTROLLERS DUTIES?
    • - PROVIDE EACH AIRCRAFT WITH PRECISION OR NON PRECISION APPROACH.
    • - COORDINATE HAND-OFFS WITH SUPERVISOR, APPROACH CONTROLLER AND OTHER FINAL CONTROLLERS.
    • - EVALUATE SYSTEM, EQUIPMENT, AND COMMUNICATION STATUS.
  21. E.T.V.S. STANDS FOR WHAT?
    ENHANCED TERMINAL VOICE SWITCH
  22. WHAT ARE THE TOWER LOCAL FREQUENCIES?
    340.0, 360.2, AND 123.8
  23. WHAT IS THE BASE OPERATIONS FREQUENCY?
    379.15
  24. WHAT ARE THE GUARD FREQUENCIES?
    121.5 AND 243.0
  25. WHAT DOES HRV STAND FOR?
    HARVEY VORTAC
  26. WHAT IS THE FREQUENCY OF THE HARVEY VORTAC?
    114.1
  27. WHAT IS THE CHANNEL OF THE HARVEY VORTAC?
    CHANNEL 88
  28. A.I.S.R. STANDS FOR WHAT?
    AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION REPLACEMENT SYSTEM
  29. WHAT ARE THE TOWER GROUND FREQUENCIES?
    382.8 AND 121.6
  30. WHAT IS THE A.T.I.S. FREQUENCY?
    276.2
  31. WHAT ARE THE HOUR AUTHORIZED FOR HIGH POWER AIRCRAFT TURNS?
    0900L - 1700L
  32. DESCRIBE THE WIND SOCKS
    8 FEET IN LENGTH AND TAKES 25 KNOT WINDS TO ERECT. 3 TOTAL
  33. WHO GUARDS KNBG FOR NOTAMS?
    WHIDBY ISLAND
  34. WHO GETS PUT ON GUARD FOR KNBG?
    DERIDDER
  35. WHO DO YOU CALL TO BE PLACED ON GUARD?
    SALT LAKE CITY
  36. WHAT ARE THE THINGS REQUIRED ONCE A CIVILIAN AIRCRAFT LANDS ON KNBG?
    • - LICENSE
    • - INSURANCE OF $1,000,000 OR GREATER
    • - CERTIFICATE OF AIR WORTHINESS
    • - STATEMENT FROM THE PILOTHOLD
    • - HARMLESS AGREEMENT"
  37. DESCRIBE A PENTACLE MESSAGE.
    MESSADE OF A MILITARY AIRCRAFT INCIDENT INVOLVING CIVILIAN DAMAGE OR CASUALTY.
  38. DESCRIBE A NAVY BLUE MESSAGE.
    MESSAGE OF A MILITARY CRASH NOT INVOLVING CIVILIAN DAMAGE.
  39. HOW TALL IS THE ASR-8 ANTENNA OBSTRUCTION?
    85.5 FEET TALL
  40. HOW TALL IS THE WATER TOWER OBSTRUCTION?
    153 FEET TALL
  41. HOW TALL IS THE KNBG CONTROL TOWER?
    80 FEET TALL
  42. WHAT TYPE OF ARRESTING GEAR DOE KNBG UTILIZE AND WHAT ARE ITS LIMITS AND DISTANCE FROM THE ENDS OF THE RUNWAYS?
    • - E-28 BIDIRECTIONAL160 KNOTS OF SPEED
    • - 72,000 POUNDS OF FORCE
    • - 4 TOTAL
    • - RWY 4/22 1,500' FROM ENDS OF RWYS.
    • - RWY 14/32 1,025 FROM ENDS OF RWYS.
  43. WHAT IS THE SOUTHERN SEA PLANE ICIO?
    65LA
  44. WHAT IS THE MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE OR EMERGENCY SAFE ALTITUDE INSIDE OF 25 MILES OF HRV VORTAC?
    2,100 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL
  45. WHAT IS THE MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE OR EMERGENCY SAFE ALTITUDE INSIDE OF 100 MILES OF HRV VORTAC?
    3,100 FEET MEAN SEA LEVEL
  46. WHO CONDUCTS SEARCH AND RESCUE OVER LAND?
    THE AIRFORCE
  47. WHO CONDUCTS SEARCH AND RESCUE OVER THE COAST?
    THE COAST GUARD
  48. CAN THE AIR FORCE AND COASTGUARD COMBINE SEARCH AND RESCUE EFFORTS?
    YES THEY CAN
  49. WHO WORKS WITH CIVIL AIR PATROL?
    THE AIR FORCE
  50. WHAT IS THE BASE OPERATIONS FAX NUMBER?
    (504)678-9575
  51. WHAT IS THE FOUR LETTER IDENTIFIER OR ICIO FOR ALVIN CALLENDER FIELD?
    KNBG
  52. WHEN IS AN VFR AIRCRAFT CONSIDERED OVER DUE?
    60 MINUTES AFTER EXPECTED TIME OF ARRIVAL
  53. WHEN IS AN IFR AIRCRAFT CONSIDERED OVERDUE?
    30 MINUTES AFTER EXPECTED TIME OF ARRIVAL
  54. WHAT IS THE SPEECH RATE OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER?
    100 TO 120 WORDS PER MINUTE
  55. WHEN SHOULD RADAR ALIGNMENT CHECKS BE COMPLETED?
    AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH WATCH.PERIODICALLY THROUGHOUT THE WATCH.
  56. HOW TALL IS THE SMOKE STACK OBSTRUCTION?
    512 FEET
  57. WHAT DOES B.R.A.N.D.S. STAND FOR?
    BRIGHT RADAR ALPHA NUMERIC DISPLAY SYSTEM
  58. WHAT ARE THE FLIGHT PLANNING SUPERVISOR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES?
    • - DISSEMINATION OF NOTAMS.
    • - ENSURING ADEQUATE AERONAUTICAL CHARTS, PUBLICATION, AND FLIGHT PLANNING MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE TO AIR CREWS.
    • - ASSISTING AIRCREWS IN PLANNING AND FILING OF FLIGHT PLANS.
    • - SUPERVISING THE PROCESSING AND TRANSMITTING OF FLIGHT PLANS AND MOVEMENT MESSAGES.
    • - ENSURING FLIGHT PLANNING EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST IS COMPLETED AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH SHIFT.
  59. DESCRIBE THE NOLA SQUADRON
    • A/C CALL SIGNS: VV7X, GATR
    • A/C TYPES: C-12, BE20
  60. DESCRIBE THE VFA-204 SQUADRON
    • A/C CALL SIGNS: RIVER
    • A/C TYPES: F-18
  61. DESCRIBE THE LAANG SQUADRON
    • A/C CALL SIGNS: JAZZ, REX, CAESAR, VUDOO, MUDBG
    • A/C TYPES: F-15, C-130
  62. DESCRIBE THE MAG 49 SQUADRON
    • A/C CALL SIGNS: REDOG
    • A/C TYPES: AH-1, UH-1
  63. DESCRIBE THE VR-54 SQUADRON
    • A/C CALL SIGNS: VVCW, CONVY
    • A/C TYPES: C-130
  64. DESCRIBE THE COAST GUARD SQUADRON
    • A/C CALL SIGNS: CG65, CG66
    • A/C TYPES: H-65
  65. WHAT DOES THE TERM B.A.S.H. STAND FOR?
    BIRD ANIMAL STRIKE HAZARD
  66. DESCRIBE THE VAW-77 SQUADRON
    • A/C CALL SIGNS: WOLF
    • A/C TYPES: E-2
  67. WHAT IS THE WEATHER FREQUENCY?
    265.8
  68. WHAT 5 THINGS SHOULD YOU GRAB FROM BASE OPERATIONS IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE?
    • - INBOUND AND OUTBOUND LOGS
    • - C.D.O. CRASH BINDER
    • - CURRENT NOTAMS
    • - CURRENT A.I.S.R. MESSAGES
    • - AND KEYS 24 & 25
  69. WHAT ROAD IS LOCATED BY RUNWAY 14/32?
    BLUEGATE ROAD
  70. WHAT ROAD IS LOCATED BY RUNWAY 4/22?
    CONCORD ROAD

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