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1

How long do new aviators have to report to their supporting company commander with their IFRF and IATF?

14 calendar days from signing into the unit

2

What constitutes integration into the unit ATP and must be completed within 45 days following assignment to the unit?

designation of an RL level
45 days

3

Who can authorize ATP extensions?
For how long?

Battalion Commander
30-days

4

Crewmembers designated RL3 are prohibited from performing ANY cockpit flight duties in the aircraft unless _____.

an SP, IP, or IE is conducting the training or evaluation

5

Each semi-annual, each RL1 aviator will receive _____ of EP training in the aircraft or LCT; training will be administered by __.

2 hours
an SP/IP

6

What will not be mixed in the same formation?

Aided and Unaided aircraft

7

What must be used to preflight the aircraft in hours of darkness?

flash light with a clear lens

8

NOE NVD flight is NOT authorized except ________.

on approved NVD training routes, helicopter training areas, and tactical missions when a wire/hazard recon has been conducted within 72 hours of the planned flight.

9

Aviators will not operate single ship at night, aided or unaided, except under the following conditions:

1) On published routes, 2) in Control zones with an operational tower, 3) in LOCAL flying area, 4) IFR, 5) Off published RTEs when transitioning to and from airfields

10

NVD Flight: The TADS/PNVS will ______.

be ON, operational, and fully adjusted during all NVD flights

11

In addition to AR 95-1, all NVD operations will have ________.

an operational and adjusted and boresighted HDU's (P and CPG)

12

Aviators will NOT take off on an NVD mission with an inoperative _____.

TADS or PNVS

13

What color lighting will NOT be used in the cockpit during NVG operations?

RED or WHITE

14

What will NOT be used by PLT and CPT simultaneously during night flight?

NVGs

15

Use of _____ as the sensor when firing IHADSS GUN is prohibited.

NVGs

16

Define "Terrain Flight"

Flight at less than 200' AHO along the RTE (DAY) or less than 500' AHO (NIGHT)

17

Aircrews will not perform _____ unless authorized in ______.

any mode of terrain flight
the mission briefing

18

Aircrews WILL ________ to prevent descending below hard deck.

set LO BUG to an appropriate altitude

19

Terrain flight outside of approved terrain flight areas is not authorized unless ______________.

a day hazard recon has been conducted IAW AK 95-1 within 72 hours prior to execution.

20

Who must validate hazard maps prior to flight

pc

21

How many NVD hours must be flown semi-annually (in the aircraft or LCT)?
How many of each device minimum?

9 hours
3 hours

22

How many hours of night un-aided must be flown semi-annually?

1 hour

23

How many hours of hood/weather must be flown semi-annually?

3 hours

24

How many hours of EP training must be conducted semi-annually? Who administers?

2 hours.
IP/SP

25

Unaided night flight is not recommended _______.

below 200' AHO except for takeoff and landing

26

For all NVD operations, aviators (CPT & PLT) will have an operational and properly ______.

boresighted HDU

27

What is the regulation regarding PLT and CPG flying NVG?

PLT and CPG will not utilize NVGs simultaneously

28

What is the regulation regarding NVGs and weapons?

Use of NVGs as the sensor while firing IHADSS GUN is prohibited.

29

Aircrews will not perform any mode of terrain flight unless ________.

authorized in the mission briefing

30

Aircrew members will set lo bug to an appropriate altitude to prevent _____.

descending below hard deck

31

Hazards WILL be _______ and should be made to enter in ______.

be plotted on the individual aviators' maps
the AMPS for display on the TSD

32

Aircrews WILL have a current _____ with hazards of the area of operations with them loaded into the aircraft.

BN DTC

33

After all fires, prior to departing the FARP for the final time, the PC will ensure _____.

all weapon systems are cleared

34

To clear the AWS, it will be cycled ______ while being visually inspected prior to departing range.

three times
(PC will write up and sign off the inspection)

35

Aviators may operate _____ with the exception that they must maintain ___ for the entire route of flight.

IFR
VMC

36

Reverse stack is _____. Aircraft will turn __ degrees times their gun number to their briefed side and stack down ____ foot increments.

prohibited 10* 500'

37

When must IIMC procedures be briefed?

all multi-ship flights and anytime Wx is less than 3000' and 3sm

38

What is the first course of action for IIMC recovery?

PAR RWY 32

39

Complete operational checks and utilize ASE and IFF equipment on ______.

every flight

40

For dual pilot ground runs, the minimum crew is _____. Two RL1 aviators will ____.

a PC and an RL2 aviator.
NOT operate engines

41

All RL1 aviators are authorized to operate _____.

the APU

42

Define multi-aircraft operations.

the movement of two or more aircraft in one or more formations

43

Define formation flight.

a flight in which two or more aircraft are operating in such proximity that the others must duplicate movement of the lead aircraft

44

What are the hard decks for OW flight and the associated rule?

100' AWL Day, 200' AWL Night. LO BUG used, below 500' crew will limit rate of descent equivalent to altitude

45

Single-Ship overwater flight is authorized within ____ of land.

5 minutes

46

BC must approve flight operations when Weather Warnings, Area Weather Advisories and Forecasts indicate:

-

47

Missions that are delayed more than ___ or that have a ____ will be re-briefed.

24 hours
crew change

48

PCs should NOT be AMC during _______. The BN CDR will approve on a case by case basis when this occurs.

Company or higher level tactical training