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1
Q

Never taxi within ____feet of an object.

A

10 feet

2
Q

Do not taxi within ____feet of an obstacle without a wing walker.

A

25 feet

3
Q

Instrument cockpit check: Ensure your EHSI is within ____ degrees of your magnetic compass and ____ degrees of a known heading.

A

8 and 5

4
Q

Ensure predicted INS accuracy is ____ or less.

A

7

5
Q

The final check of the aileron and rudder neutrality should occur no earlier than ____ and no later than ____.

A

Arriving at the EOR/hold short area;

Taking the active runway.

6
Q

Rolling takeoffs may increase takeoff distance by ____ to ____ feet.

A

150-300 feet

7
Q

Reduce power out of MAX between ____ and ____, and terminate afterburner by ____ KCAS.

A

220-280 KCAS, 300 KCAS

8
Q

On initial takeoff, what do you set the boresight on?

A

7 degrees NH

9
Q

When executing a MAX power climb (afterburner climb), how many degrees NH is necessary to hold 300 KCAS approximately?

A

20-25 degrees NH

10
Q

On a MAX power climb (afterburner climb), after passing 10,000 feet, what airspeed do you hold?

A

0.9 IMN

11
Q

When IVV is less than ____ fpm use ____% of your VV for level off.

A

6,000 fpm; 10%

12
Q

When IVV is greater than ____fpm, reduce power and lower the nose to cut the picture in half about ____ feet prior in MIL power (____feet prior in MAX), and then ____% of your VVI

A

2,000 feet; 4,000 feet; 10%

13
Q

Normal overhead: Initiate the break between ____ and ____ feet down the runway.

A

Approach end; 3,000 feet

14
Q

Normal overhead: Do not break until ____ degrees off from preceding aircraft to ensure ____ feet separation and ____ to ensure ____ feet separation.

A

45 degrees; 3,000 feet; abeam; 6,000 feet

15
Q

Begin closed pullup with a minimum of ____ KCAS

A

240 KCAS

16
Q

Maintain a minimum of ____ KCAS on a closed pullup until wings level on downwind

A

200 KCAS

17
Q

Normal no-wind spacing on inside downwind

A

1-1.3 miles for a 1,500 foot AGL traffic pattern

18
Q

Inside downwind spacing adjustments for cross wind.

A

0.1 miles for every 10 kts of crosswind

19
Q

Prior to beginning the final turn, ensure the landing gear is down and locked and the flaps have traveled ____ to ensure no asymmetry exists

A

a sufficient amount (approximately 60 degrees)

20
Q

Minimum speed on inside downwind?

A

Final turn airspeed

21
Q

Normal rollout point on final from final turn is ____ to ____ feet AGL at ____ to ____ NM from the threshold.

A

300-390 feet; 1-1.3 NM

22
Q

Final Turn: Preceding aircraft should be ____ around the turn to ensure a minimum of 3,000 feet separation or ____ to ensure 6,000 feet separation.

A

2/3; abeam

23
Q

Final Turn: Maintain approximately ____ AOA throughout final turn.

A

0.6 AOA

24
Q

Final Turn: Confirm configuration and enter approximately a ____ degree banked turn.

A

45 degree

25
Q

Final Turn: FPM should be ~ ____ to ____ NL in HUD for 1,500 foot AGL pattern

A

6-7 degrees

26
Q

VVI will eventually indicate approximately ____ the pattern altitude.

A

double (3,600 FPM for 1,800 AGL pattern)

27
Q

Final Turn: Halfway around the turn you should be at ____feet at a heading of ____ regardless of north/south flow.

A

2,050-2,140 feet (~2100 feet); 060 degrees

28
Q

Consider the final turn made when

A

30 degrees; 0.6 AOA; 30 degrees

29
Q

Once established on final, VVI should be ~ ____-____ FPM.

A

700-900 FPM

30
Q

Ideal glidepath for T-38 is ____-____ degrees (FPM on HUD)

A

2.5-3.0 degrees

31
Q

HUD OFF aimpoint (Full Flap)

A

~top of HUD combining glass

32
Q

With gusty winds, increase ____ and ____ speed by ____ the gust factor IAW the flight manual.

A

final approach and landing speed; 1/2

33
Q

What is the desired touchdown speed?

A

20-25 kts below approach speed

34
Q

Landing zone is ____ - ____ down the runway.

A

150-1,000 feet

35
Q

Crosswind conditions differences

A

Land on upwind side of runway, hold landing attitude with no aerobrake, 6,000 foot spacing

36
Q

No-flap inside downwind spacing

A

~1.5 miles for a 1,500 foot AGL traffic pattern (no wind)

37
Q

No-flap final turn, use approximately ____-____ degrees NL

A

4-6 degrees NL

38
Q

HUD OFF aimpoint (No-Flap)

A

Slightly above the top of the AOA indexer

39
Q

During SSE approach, what is the minimum power setting for the “bad” engine?

A

60%

40
Q

On a SSE go-around, when do you advance the “bad” engine to MIL?

A

Before cancelling AB on the “good” engine.

41
Q

Light buffet AOA

A

0.6 AOA

42
Q

Moderate buffet AOA

A

0.7 AOA

43
Q

Definite increase in buffet intensity (DIBI) AOA

A

0.8 AOA

44
Q

Heavy buffet AOA

A

higher than DIBI AOA (DIBI AOA = 0.8)

45
Q

Aural, HUD, and MFD stall warning AOA

A

Gear extended at or above 0.8 AOA

46
Q

Minimum fuel for practice No-Flap landing

A

2500#’s

47
Q

Energy Management: ~____ feet = ____ kts of airspeed

A

1,000 feet = 50 kts

48
Q

Rudder is more effective at ____ AOA

A

high AOA

49
Q

Aileron is most effective at ____ AOA and becomes less effective as AOA ____.

A

low; increases

50
Q

Speed Brake has minimal effect below ____ KCAS

A

250 KCAS

51
Q

Slow flight is accomplished at ____ kts below computed final approach speed

A

10 kts

52
Q

TP stalls: Perform at or below ____ and set power at ____ % RPM minimum no later than deceleration through ____ KCAS.

A

FL 200; 80%; 200 KCAS

53
Q

During NH and NL recoveries, ____ to ____ Gs are sufficient for an expeditious recovery in the MOA, maintaining between ~____-____ KCAS.

A

4-5 G’s; 250-400 KCAS

54
Q

Lazy 8 entry parameters

A

350-400 KCAS @95% RPM

55
Q

Barrel Roll entry parameters

A

375-400 KCAS @ 95% RPM

56
Q

Loop entry parameters

A

500 KCAS @ MIL power

57
Q

Split-S entry parameters

A

200 KCAS@ MIL power

58
Q

Immelmann entry parameters

A

500 KCAS@ MIL power

59
Q

Cuban 8 entry parameters

A

500 KCAS@ MIL power

60
Q

Cloverleaf entry parameters

A

450 KCAS @ MIL power

61
Q

Entering a maneuver from a dive: One technique is to lead the pullout by ____ kts and/or ____ feet for each 10 degrees NL

A

10 kts; 500 feet

62
Q

Lazy 8: At the 45 degree point, your nose should be ~ ____-____ degrees NH, at the 90 degree point your airspeed should be ~ ____ kts at 90 degrees of bank. At 135 degrees of turn, nose should be ~____-____ degrees NL

A

20-30 degrees NH; 200 kts; 20-30 degrees NL

63
Q

Loop entry: Smoothly apply backstick pressure until reaching ~____-____ Gs in a straight pull. Continue to increase backstick pressure to maintain the ____ buffet with ____ indication on AOA.

A

4.5-5 Gs; light; 0.6/green donut

64
Q

Expect to lose ____ feet of energy per loop

A

500 feet

65
Q

Cockpit reference for inverted, level-flight attitude?

A

Canopy bow on the horizon

66
Q

Cuban 8: To obtain entry airspeed for the second half of the maneuver, lead the pull-up by ~____ kts (10 kts for each ____ degrees NL). Initiating a 4.5-5 G pull at 450 KCAS will allow the aircraft to descend another ____-____ feet before the FPM passes through the horizon.

A

50 kts; 10 degrees NL; 2,500-3,000 feet

67
Q

Cloverleaf: Approaching ____ degrees NH, begin a slow, rolling pull to lay the aircraft on its back at your selected 90 degree reference point. The airspeed should be between ____-____KCAS as the aircraft passes through the inverted, level-flight attitude.

A

45 degrees NH; 175-200 KCAS

68
Q

The purpose of flying formation is to provide ____

A

To provide the mutual support required to accomplish a given mission.

69
Q

The ____ is ultimately responsible for the safe and effective conduct of the mission.

A

Flight lead

70
Q

____ may be used when the flight lead wants the wingman to navigate and clear.

A

Nav lead

71
Q

The ____ retains primary responsibility for deconfliction between flight members.

A

Wingman