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1
Q

PAVE

A

Pilot
Aircraft
enVironment
External pressures

2
Q

IMSAFE

Pave pilot

A
Illness
Medication 
Stress
Alcohol 
Fatigue 
Emotion/eating
3
Q

IMAIR

Pave pilot

A
Invulnerable 
Macho
Anti-authority
Impulsive 
Resignation
4
Q

SPARROWED
(PAVE aircraft)
Documents

A
Airworthiness Certificate 
Registration certificate 
Radio license (out of US)
Operational Handbook 
Weight and Balance (according to POH)
External data plate
Deviation compass card
5
Q

AAV1ATE
(PAVE aircraft)
Inspections

A
AD’s (airworthiness directives)
Annual
VOR
100 hr.
Altimeter/static/encoder
Transponder 
ELT (emergency locator transmitter) battery.
6
Q

ATOMATOFLAMES
(PAVE aircraft)
91.205 b day
Note: there is a second (f) for flotation device over water.

A
Altimeter 
Tachometer 
Oil pressure gauge
Manifold pressure 
Airspeed indicator 
Temperature gauge
Oil temperature gauge
Fuel gauge
Landing gear position indicator 
Anti-collision lights
Magnetic direction indicator 
ELT
Seatbelt/shoulder harness
7
Q

FLAPS
(PAVE aircraft)
91.205 c night

A
Fuses/circuit breakers
Landing light (if for hire)
Anti-collision lights
Position lights
Source of adequate electricity
8
Q
2PART-RDL
91.213 d, 2
Flying with inoperative equipment
Inoperative equipment not listed in… 2PART
If not listed in 2PART then do RDL
A
2 POH - KOEL (kinds of operation equipment list) CEL (comprehensive equipment list)
AD’s
Regulations/Airworthiness- 91.205
TCDS (type certificate data sheet)
-if not found
Remove from aircraft - by an A&P
Deactivated and Placarded “inoperative”
Logged in maintenance record
9
Q

MCPRAWNTTS
(Special use airspace)
(PAVE (V))

A
Military op. areas
Controlled firing area
Prohibited areas
Restricted areas
Alert
Warning
National security areas
TFR (temporary flight restrictions)
TRSA (terminal Radar Service Area)
SFRA (Special Flight Rules Area)
10
Q

NWKRAFT
(PAVE (V))
91.103

A
NOTAM (notice to airmen)
Weather
Known ATC delays
Runway lengths 
Alternates
Fuel
Takeoffs/landing distances
11
Q

5 P’s

PAVE external pressures

A
Pilot
Plane
Passengers 
Plan
Program
12
Q

DV-MONA

Magnetic compass faults

A

Deviation (due to aircrafts magnetic influencers)
Variation (isogonic lines)(earth magnetic north)
Magnetic Dip (ANDS and UNOS)
Oscillation (due to all other errors, turbulence, not enough liquid)
Northerly Turning errors (UNOS)
Acceleration/deceleration errors (ANDS)

13
Q

USAIRF
types of fog
00-6B ch. 16

A

USAIRF

Upslope fog
Steam fog
Advection fog
Ice fog
Radiation fog
Frontal fog
14
Q

ICEFLAGS
Vestibular illusions
PHAK 17-7

A

Inversion - abrubt change from climb to level stimulate otolith organs. May cause pilot push nose down.
Coriolis - pilot has been in a turn long enough for fluid in ear to move at same speed, or pilot turns head. Disoriented pilot may manuever into dangerous attitude.
Elevator - an abrubt upward vertical acceleration, like updraft, illusion of climbing. Pilot may push down. Visa versa for downdraft.
False horizon - clouds, obscured horizon, dark, ground lights on hill, stars. All can lead pilot to align with false horizon.
Leans - most common, sudden return to level flight after prolonged unnoticed turn (2 degrees per second).
Autokinesis - stationary light being starred at may look like its moving, pilot may align aircraft to perceived moving light causing loss of control of aircraft.
Graveyard spin/spiral - prolonged coordinated constant rate turn feels like not turning. Also loss of altitude correction (not thinking your in a turn) pulling back on yoke will steepen the turn causing more loss of altitude and crash.
Somatogravic. - rapid acceleration experienced during takeoff tilting head backwards. Pilot feels nose up tries to correct by nose down or dive attitude then crashes.

15
Q

LHAND1234

C-172 power plant (engine)

A
Lycoming 
Horizontally opposed
Air cooled
Naturally aspirated 
Directly driven
180 horsepower
2700 max rpm
360 cubic inches
4 cylinders
16
Q

SRASSED

Fuel

A
Selector (sump)
Reservoir (sump)
Auxiliary pump
Shut-off
Strainer (sump)
Engine driven fuel pump
Distribution (Fuel/Air distribution and Spider distribution to cylinders)
17
Q

PARE

Spin recovery

A

Power - idle
Aileron - neutral
Rudder - opposite of spin
Elevator- down

18
Q

ABCDE

Emergency landing checklist.

A
Airspeed - Vg 68
Best landing site
Checklist
Declare an emergency
Execute Landing/ ELT
19
Q

BADVAG
VOR check
91.171

A
Bench test
Airway
Dual 
VOT
Above landmark
Ground station
20
Q

CARRLSU

VOR errors

A
Cone of confusion
Angle of ambiguity 
RPM error
Reverse sensing
Line of sight 
Service area
User error
21
Q

6 c’s

Procedures for lost VFR pilot

A
Climb 
Confess
Conserve
Circle
Communicate
Comply
22
Q

CNAPSS (Essential Bus) Stby Battery

A

CNAPSS

Com 1
Nav 1
ADC/AHRS
PFD
Stby Battery
Stby Indicator Lights
23
Q

SAFETY (passenger brief)

A

S - Seat belts: fasten for taxi, takeoff and landing, shoulder for takeoff and landing

A - Air vents - location and operation

F - Fire extinguisher - location and operation

E - Exit door and windows - how to secure, how to operate. ER plan and equipment

T - Traffic - scan spot and notify pilot / sterile cockpit expectations

Y - Your questions?