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1
Q

A PIC may only deviate from this instruction, flight rule, or ATC clearance to ____, ____, or when ____.

A

To protect life, for safety of flight, or when an in-flight emergency requires immediate action

2
Q

In the event of a deviation from the flight rule and/or when given traffic priority by ATC in an emergency, the PIC will verbally report the incident to a supervisor and commander within ____ hours of the incident and shall make a detailed written record. The until will keep a copy of the record for a minimum of ____ year(s) from the date of the incident.

A

24 hours; 1 year

3
Q

Aircrew members will not fly if any alcohol is consumed within ____ hours prior to takeoff or if impaired by alcohol or any other intoxicating substance, to include the effects or after-effects.

A

12 hours

4
Q

Aircrew members will not fly within ____ hours of compressed gas diving including SCUBA, surface supplied diving, hyperbaric chamber exposure, or aircraft pressurization checks exceeding ____ minutes in duration below sea level.

A

24 hours; 10 minutes

5
Q

Proximity of Aircraft: Do not fly within ~500 feet of another aircraft unless for one of these three reasons: ____

A

1) Authorized formation flights; 2) Emergency situations requiring assistance from another aircraft; 3) MAJCOM- approved maneuvers in which participants are aware of the nature of the maneuver and qualified to conduct it safely

6
Q

(T/F) Respond to all RAs (TCAS Alert) regardless of ATC instructions, right-of-way rules, cloud clearance requirements, or other VFR/IFR flight rules, as directed by TCAS unless doing so would jeopardize the safe operation of the aircraft.

A

True

7
Q

What is the authorized source of aviation weather that is on the top of the priority list of sources?

A

Home or local installation OSS Weather Flight or MAJCOM-designated centralized briefing facility (or equivalent)

8
Q

Fly USAF fixed-wing aircraft under IFR to the maximum extent practical. Pilots shall fly under IFR if (4 conditions)

A

1) Weather conditions do not permit VFR flight, 2) Airspace rules require IFR flight, 3) Operating in excess of 180 KTAS within federal airways, 4) Operating fixed-wing aircraft at night, unless the mission cannot be flown under IFR

9
Q

When filing IFR to a destination, is the TEMPO conditions allowed to be below published minimums ETA 1 hour?

A

Yes, prevailing weather for the ETA 1 hour at destination point must be at or above the lowest compatible published landing minimums (TEMPO conditions may be below published minimums ETA 1 hour)

10
Q

(T/F) Alternate airport fuel requirements: When an alternate airport is required, fuel required for an approach and missed approach at the intended destination must be included in the total flight plan fuel if visibility-only weather criteria is used at the destination. Fuel required for a missed approach is not required if both ceiling and visibility criteria are used.

A

True