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1

Low altitude flight is defined as between ___ and ___ AGL

500 AND 1000 ft

2

Have positive positional awareness of obstacles within __ NM on either side of the planned route of low level flight

5

3

The Route Abort Altitude (RAA) is computed by adding ____ ft (___ mtns) to the highest obstruction within ___ nm either side of the entire planned route

1000ft/2000ft mountainous/22nm

4

Objects will not be placed _____during start with the canopies open

on top of the glare shield

5

Joker Fuel

prebriefed fuel needed to terminate an event and transition to the next phase of flight

6

Bingo Fuel

allows the aircraft to return to the base of intended landing or alternate using preplanned recovery parameters and arriving with normal recovery fuel

7

Normal Recovery Fuel

fuel on initial or at the FAF; established locally or 800 lbs, whichever is higher

8

Minimum Fuel

600 lbs

9

Emergency Fuel

400 lbs

10

Taxi Interval

150 ft staggered
300 ft in trail
May be reduced when holding short of or entering a runway

11

Taxiing with Ice or Snow

taxi on the center line with a minimum of 300 ft spacing

12

When do you remove the pins?

once clear of the aircraft parking area, but not later than completion of the before takeoff checklist

13

After the before-takeoff checks have been completed and prior to takeoff, flight members will ____.

inspect accompanying aircraft for proper configuration and any abnormalities

14

Place the wingman on the ___ side if the crosswind exceeds __

upwind, 5 kts

15

Do not takeoff when the RCR is less than ___

10

16

Do not takeoff if the computed takeoff roll exceeds
____% (single ship or interval)
____% (formation)
of the available runway

80%, 70%

17

Formation takeoffs are restricted to elements of ___

2 aircraft

18

Do not make formation takeoffs when: (3 things)

Runway width is less than 150 ft
Standing water, ice, slush, or snow on the runway
Crosswind or gust component exceeds 15 kts

19

Takeoff interval will be a minimum of __

10 sec

20

Takeoff interval will be increased to a minimum of ___ when the join-up is to be accomplished on top

20 sec

21

Day weather criteria for a VFR join-up underneath a ceiling is ___

1500ft and 3 mi vis

22

Flight leads will maintain ___ until join-up

300 kts

23

Flight leads will not normally exceed ___ deg of bank

30 deg

24

For a straight-ahead rejoin, 2 will join on the ___

left

25

For a turning rejoin, 2 will join ___

on the inside of the turn

26

Minimum altitude for low altitude maneuvering

500 ft AGL

27

Aircraft will not descend below ___ during any portion of aerobatic maneuvering

5000 ft AGL

28

Minimum airspeed for all maneuvering

150kts

29

When are ops checks are required?

1) during climb after takeoff
2) after level-off after takeoff
3) before each engagement or intercept
4) before entering air-to-surface range
5) once while on the range if multiple passes are made
6) after departing the range

30

Minimum items to check in the ops check

1. Engine instruments
2. fuel quantities
3. fuel balance
4. G-suit connection (when appropriate)
5. oxygen system
6. cabin altitude