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What is the primary mission for Coast Guard aircrafts?

Operational Response
pg. 1-2

1

Mission demands may require on-scene deviation from prescribed instructions, in the judgement of the PIC when is such deviation necessary?

For safety or the saving of a life.
pg. 1-2

2

Who has primary authority for the operation of aircraft in the Coast Guard?

Commandant
pg. 1-4

3

How does the PIC receives clearance for a flight?

From the Commanding Officers through the flight schedule
pg. 1-4

4

How do nonscheduled flights obtain permission?

Commanding Officer prior to departure
pg. 1-4

5

Who can delay a mission?

CO or PIC
pg. 1-4

6

Who has final responsibility for the safe conduct of a mission?

PIC
pg. 1-4

7

Who maintains Command and Control of Coast Guard aviation assets in a strategic sense?

Commandant
pg. 1-4

8

Who maintains Command and Control of Coast Guard aviation assets in a operational sense?

Area, Districts and Sectors Commanders
pg. 1-4

9

Who maintains Command and Control of Coast Guard aviation assets in a tactical sense?

Air Station commanders and vessel commanders
pg. 1-4

10

All Atlantic Area C-130 are under the operational command of?

Area Commander
pg. 1-4

11

For Aviation Special Missions involving multiple aircrafts a __________ shall normally be assigned and will be responsible for the mission execution.

Air Mission Commander
pg. 1-5

12

If 2 or more aircraft are operating jointly who will be responsible for the execution of the mission?

Aircraft with the better communications
pg. 1-6

13

When is damage or sacrifice of the aircraft acceptable?

For National Defense, it's citizens and installations
pg. 1-8

14

What is the chief physical factor impacting the ability of flight crews to exercise good judgement?

Fatigue
pg. 1-10

15

Who should aircrew personnel consult when the slightest doubt as to their fitness exists?

Flight Surgeon or Other Doctors
pg. 1-13

16

Who should support an unbiased and healthy attitude towards grounding of flying personnel?

CO
pg. 1-13

17

What percent of flight hours must be dedicated for training?

20% for FW and 40% for RW
pg. 1-16

18

All airstations except __________ maintain at least one B-Zero or ready aircraft at all times.

CGAS Washington
pg. 1-20

19

The CO may delegate the authority to initiate flights to no lower than who?

Operations Officer
pg. 2-4

20

The PIC will signify the acceptance of the aircraft by doing what?

Signing the Pre Flight Record.
pg. 2-8

21

Who has the authority to modify a planned mission for the safety of the crew and airframe?

PIC
pg. 2-9

22

Who may transfer PIC authority?

CO
pg. 2-9

23

Who may clear the aircraft for further flight if a precautionary landing was made due to minor malfunction, Non-Structural or Cosmetic Damage?

CO
pg. 2-12

24

Who may clear the aircraft for further flight if a precautionary landing was made due to a major malfunction or structural damage?

CG-711 with technical concurrence from CG-41
pg. 2-12

25

Where airport facillities are adequate but fuel is not available, refueling from an ________ may also be suitable.

C-130
pg. 3-2

26

What does the PIC certifies when signing a flight plan?

Weight and Balance has been completed
pg. 3-8

27

Original Weight and Balance forms are retained for how long?

90 days
pg. 3-8

28

A new 24 hour period will begin anytime a flight crew has completed at least _______ of rest, regardless of duty status.

10 hours
pg. 3-15

29

Max flight hours during 7 consecutive days?

50
pg. 3-17