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1

A _______ is an operating procedure or practice that, if not correctly followed, could result _____________.

WARNING
in personal injury or loss of life

2

A ______ is an operating procedure or practice that, if not strictly observed, could result ______________.

CAUTION
in damage to or destruction of equipment

3

A ____ highlights essential information of a ________.

NOTE
non-threatening nature

4

What is the semi-annual flying-hour requirement for a FAC 1 aviator?

70 hours

5

For a dual seat designated aviator, the semi-annual flying requirement is ___ hours, of which ___ must be flown in each crew station.

70
15

6

How many simulation hours may be applied to an aviator's semi-annual flying hour requirement?

12 hours

7

What is the semi-annual LCT requirement for a dual seat designated FAC 1 aviator?

15 hrs
4.5 hrs in each seat

8

What is the semi-annual NVD (NVG and NVS) requirement?

9.0 hours
3 hours in each device

9

To be considered NVG current, every __________ an aviator must take part in at least a _____________ while wearing NVG.

60 consecutive days
1-hour flight in the aircraft

10

To be considered NVS current, every _________ an aviator must take part in a _________, or a _________.

60 consecutive days
1-hour flight in the aircraft while using NVS
1-hour flight in the LCT while using NVS

11

An aviator must participate every _______ in a 1-hour flight in the aircraft at night while using NVS.

120 consecutive days
(i.e. - cannot reset twice in LCT)

12

What is the common condition regarding the HDU?

P* and P fitted with a boresighted display unit (HDU)

13

______ may approve instances when wearing an HDU during task performance is not desired.

The PC

14

What tasks will not be performed when performance planning indicates that OGE power is not available?

Alt/Airspeed Takeoff
VMC Approach (termination to an OGE hover)
Respond to Engine Failure
Instrument Takeoff
Terrain Flight (NOE)
Vertical Masking and Unmasking

15

What are the common standards for ALL tasks? (3)

Crew Coordination per Ch. 6 of the ATM
Do not exceed aircraft limitations
Utilize applicable terminology

16

What are the common standards for HOVER? (7)

Heading +/-10 degrees / Altitude +/-2' IGE (10 OGE)
Drift - 3' IGE or 12' OGE
OGE - establish/announce forced landing/flyaway plan
Ground Track w/in 3' / Constant rate of movement and turn

17

What are the common standards for IN-FLIGHT? (7)

Heading +/-10*, Ground track alignment w/min drift
Altitude +/-100', Airspeed +/-10 KTAS, IVSI +/-200 FPM
Trim +/- ball width, Ack LO-BUG

18

What are the common standards for all tasks with APU or ENG(s) operating? (2)

Maintain Airspace Surveillance (Task 1026)
Apply appropriate environmental considerations

19

Minimum Safe Altitude (MSA) is defined as the _____

minimum safe height above the surface or obstacles to which the aircraft can descend in a masked condition.

20

Minimum Maneuvering Altitude (MMA) is defined as the _______.

altitude above the mask or barriers at which the aircraft may safely hover.

21

Visual barriers (areas so dimly viewable that a determination cannot be made if they contain barriers or obstacles) will be treated as _______.

physical obstacles

22

The ___ has overall responsibility for the crew mission briefing. The __ may direct the other crewmember to __________.

PC
perform all or part of the crew briefing

23

The crew will validate the _________ by comparing the manual or electronic performance planning and _______________ (conditions permitting).

aircraft PERF page
results of the hover power check

24

What are the four methods of validating the PERF Page?

CUR PERF mode weight, balance, and CG values
ENG 1 and ENG 2 TQ factor (ETF) values against HIT log
ENG 1 and ENG 2 TGT limiter validation
Hover Power Check

25

In performance planning, what is the permissible range of the ATF?

0.9 to 1.0

26

In performance planning, what is the permissible range of the ETF?

0.85 to 1.0

27

A reduction in GWT of approximately ____ lbs equates to a change of approximately _ knot(s) less minimum SE airspeed and __ knot(s) greater maximum SE airspeed.

200 lbs
1 knot, 1 knot

28

What changes in environmental conditions require a re-computation of PPC?

5*C
+1,000' PA
+1,000' lbs

29

One of the four standards for Preflight Inspection: Activate the ___________, select the desired format, and enter the correct data into the ____.

Load Maintenance Panel
LMP

30

The ___ will ensure a walk-around inspection is complete prior to each flight.

PC

31

Tactical situation permitting, use a flashlight _________ to supplement available lighting when performing preflight at night. _________ are difficult to see using a flashlight with a colored lens.

with an unfiltered lens
Hydraulic leaks, oil leaks, and other defects

32

The PLT (backseat crewmember) will announce ___ and ___ starts.

APU and ENG

33

The pilot not on the controls will call out ____________ checks.

before taxi, taxi, before takeoff, before landing, and after landing

34

What are the standards for Task 1026: Maintain Airspace Surveillance?

(1) Clear the aircraft. (2) Announce heading, altitude, or position changes. (3) Alert all sightings that may pose a threat. (4) Ack alerts. (5) Announce when focused inside the aircraft

35

What are the standards for Perform Ground Taxi?

Speed appropriate for conditions
Ground track +/- 3 feet
TQ Appropriate
Perform Taxi Check
Level Fuselage

36

When ground taxi-ing, increase collective to approx. ___ % TQ. High GWTs, soft, rough, or sloping terrain may require the use of more than __ % TQ.

27-30
30

37

During Ground Taxi - the P* may temporarily reduce taxi TQ to __ to __ percent for short periods with limited cyclic displacement to reduce negative effects of rotor downwash.

22 to 24 %

38

What are the standards for Hovering Flight

Smooth & Controlled Ascent to a Hover
Hover Check near T/O point & in direction of T/O
Determine if sufficient power is available for mission
Smooth & Controlled Descent with min drift

39

What must the P* announce when ascending to a hover for power checks?

CG and Controllability are Good

40

What are the standards for VMC Takeoff?

HDG +/-10* until 50' off ground or clear of obstacles
Ground track alignment with T/O direction
A/C in trim above 50' AGL
Desired Airspeed +/- 10 KTAS
T/O power, not to exceed MAX TQ

41

Due to high gross weight and adverse environmental conditions, when operating at or near maximum power limits, the P* will select ______________ and monitor the ______ during takeoff.

the aircraft (A/C) ENG page
TQ and TGT

42

The height velocity diagram displays "avoid areas". This diagram assumes the availability of a suitable forced landing area in case of engine failure. If surface conditions permit, the P* should _______________.

accelerate the aircraft to minimum single engine airspeed prior to establishing the desired climb rate.

43

The P* can use the _______ mode stabilator control to fine-tune drag vs. airspeed and reduce lower power requirements for a given airspeed. The P* will announce:

manual
the use of the manual stabilator

44

Compute in-flight fuel consumption within _______ of leveling off or entering into the mission profile.

15 to 30 minutes

45

Define "JOKER Fuel"

PC or unit defined fuel state above bingo. It is the point where a training event is terminated or when the flight should begin to return to base. JOKER can be exceeded at the discretion of the PC.

46

Define "BINGO Fuel"

Minimum amount of fuel necessary to fly to a refuel site with the regulatory minimum required fuel reserve. It is not negotiable or extendable.

47

What five things will the P* announce when executing a VMC Approach?

Beginning the Approach
Terminate to a hover/ground
Intended point of landing
Any deviation from the approach
Use of Manual Stabilator

48

What are the considerations for a VMC Approach to a confined area? (SBAT-w)

Size & Suitability, Barriers, Approach Direction, Touchdown & Takeoff point, Wind

49

When conducting a VMC Approach to a confined area, where should the aircrew aim the approach?

Forward 1/3 of the approach area

50

What are the standards for Slope Operations? (5)

(1) Set Parking Brake, (2) HDG +/-5*, (3) Minimum Drift, (4) Don't exceed slope limits, (5) Smooth/Controlled Descent/Ascent

51

When performing a slope landing, orient _______ if possible.

into the wind

52

To avoid ______ during a slope landing, begin to adjust the cyclic and simultaneously reduce the collective to achieve centered cyclic with no less than _______ TQ applied.

droop stop pounding
25%

53

The Pilot NOT on the Flight Controls will select and monitor _______ during slope landings.

a FLT page

54

When performing a Slope Landing, what must the P* address?

Dynamic Rollover
(Pivot Point, Rolling Motion, Exceed the Critical Angle)

55

When performing a Roll-On Landing, what must the P* announce before touchdown?

Brakes are Released
Tail Wheel is Locked
Area is Suitable for Landing

56

Aerodynamic braking is accomplished by applying aft cyclic with no less than _____ DE TQ, ____ SE TQ.

30%, 60%

57

A DE Roll-On landing should be accomplished at:
A SE EP Roll-On landing should be accomplished:

at or slightly above ETL
above VSSE

58

For a roll-on landing during night (aided/unaided), the rate of descent during the final ___ feet should be _________.

100 feet
slightly slower than during the day to avoid abrupt attitude changes at low altitudes

59

What are the standards for Perform Single Engine Landing? (4)

(1) A/S at or above VSSE until 10-20 ft above touchdown
(2) Ground track alignment with minimum drift
(3) Constant approach angle to first 1/3 of the surface
(4) Runway or landing area alignment +/- 5 degrees

60

During any OGE hover or low speed OGE hovering operations, the P* will announce his ____________.

forced landing or SE flyaway plan

61

During autorotation, P* will check and call out _____.

Nr, airspeed, and aircraft in trim + any deviations

62

During autorotation, ensure that the airspeed at _____ AGL is not less than ____ KTAS.

130 feet AGL not less than 80 KTAS

63

Prior to initiating an autorotation in the aircraft, the P* will select an _______ on one MPD and direct the P to select an _____ on one MPD to SIMULATE auto-paging.

ENG page

64

Upon reaching the correct entry point, the P* will announce "___________".

ENTERING AUTOROTATION

65

During autorotation, the P* will call out ___________.

Nr, airspeed, trim and announce any deviations during the maneuver

66

An autorotation may be accomplished either "_____" or "______".

Straight In
With Turn

67

When autorotating; prior to ____ AGL, ensure a steady state autorotation is obtained. If conditions are not met, execute a _______.

200 feet AGL
Go-Around

68

When autorotating; between ______ AGL, adjust the cyclic for a smooth, progressive deceleration. Maintain ground track and apply pedal to align the aircraft with the direction of touchdown.

75 - 125 feet AGL

69

When conducting an autorotation (training/eval) in the aircraft, the P* should limit TQ to below ____ to ensure that an autorotational descent is occurring.

10%

70

When responding to NP Failed - HIGH, the malfunctioning engine should be placed in LOCKOUT and then retarded so that TQ is ____ below the good engine ________.

5% below the good engine
+/-5%

71

A locked out engine's ________ protection is disabled.

overtemperature

72

After placing a power lever to LOCKOUT, the engine can be reset by placing the power lever to _____ momentarily.

IDLE

73

When performing Rolling-Takeoff, do not allow the aircraft nose to _____________.

drop below the fuselage level until the aircraft departs the takeoff surface

74

When performing Rolling-Takeoff, position the stabilator to __________.

0 degrees trailing edge down

75

What are the procedural steps for unusual attitude recovery?

Level the pitch and back attitude
Establish and maintain a heading
Adjust torque to cruise or hover power as applicable
Trim the aircraft as required to return to level flight

76

For Terrain Flight Takeoffs, what considerations must be analyzed? (TSLOW)

Tactical Situation <> Long Axis <> Obstacles <> Wind

77

What are the three types of terrain flight takeoffs?

Continuous Angle
Altitude over Airspeed
Airspeed over Altitude

78

When is a Continuous Angle terrain flight takeoff considered?

This takeoff technique should only be attempted with robust OGE power available (power available > 10% above OGE power required)

79

When is an Altitude over Airspeed terrain flight takeoff considered?

When in an area where maneuver space is limited and/or OGE hover power is marginally available

80

When is an Airspeed over Altitude terrain flight takeoff considered?
A ______ must be announced.

When OGE power is not available and/or when sufficient maneuver area exists
Abort takeoff point

81

Continuous Takeoff -
Altitude over Airspeed
Airspeed over Altitude

Robust OGE Power
Limited OGE Power
OGE Power not Available

82

________ remain the primary sensor for night operations and must be operational _________.

MPNVS and MTADS
prior to takeoff, and during the entire mission

83

Ground Taxi - approximately _______% TQ should be applied. Apply _______ to initiate the taxi (this will help avoid __________)

27-30
TQ as necessary
excessive strap pack loads and droop stop pounding

84

Ground Taxi - depending on ground velocity and surface conditions, how may EMERG stops be performed?

wheel brakes
aerodynamic braking
bringing Aircraft to a hover

85

Ground Taxi - unlocking the tail wheel during rearward taxi causes the wheel to swivel 180 degrees. Use caution ______________, as this puts an excessive load on the tail wheel cam.

so that the tail wheel does not caster around suddenly

86

Ground Taxi - the P* may temporarily reduce taxi TQ to _____% for ______________ to limit the negative effects of rotor downwash. Excessive cyclic input and insufficient TQ may result in _______________.

22-24
short periods with limited cyclic displacement
droop stop pounding or excessive strap pack loading

87

Ground Taxi - during SE ground taxi, ______ the required TQ for a given condition.

double

88

Ground Taxi - maintain level attitude with:
T/W locked =
T/W unlocked =

cyclic & pedal
cyclic

89

Ground Taxi - (SNOW/SAND/DUST) - if ground reference is lost because of snow/sand/dust, __________.

lower the collective and neutralize the flight controls until visual reference is reestablished

90

Ground Taxi - (SNOW) - when initiating ground taxi in snow or ice, apply _____________ to ________.

pressure and counter pressure to the pedals to ensure the wheels are not frozen to the ground

91

Hovering Flight - Anytime the aircraft is brought to an OGE hover, the P* will announce _______________.

his intended forced landing area or flyaway plan

92

Hover power check will be performed at a _______ and in the ______________.

5-foot stationary hover
vicinity and direction of takeoff

93

Hover Power Check - the P will monitor _______ and ______ the hover power check.

aircraft instruments
verify

94

Additional hover power checks must be performed in conjunction with the PERF page and PPC if the load or environmental conditions have increased _______.

1000' PA <> 1,000 lbs <> 5*C