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1

All intra-facility coordination should be accomplished through what equipment?

ETVS

2

Who is responsible for coordinating for active runway crossing?

Ground to Local

3

Who is responsible for coordinating use of Oasis South when RY 5 is in use

Ground to Local

4

Who is responsible for coordinating high over operations adjacent to landing surfaces

Ground to Local

5

Who is responsible for coordinating any sod area or taxiway landing

Local to Ground

6

Who is responsible for coordinating prior to using TWY M?

Local to Ground

7

Who is responsible for coordinating landing Oasis South when RY23 is in use

Local to Ground

8

Who is responsible for coordinating all hand offs

Radar to Finals

9

What is the tower responsible to coordinate to flight dispatch

relay runway changes
forward IFR arrival and departures if the AAAS is not working
Forward flight plan changes and messages related to flight

10

What is the tower responsible to coordinate to Sabre Tower?

relay runway changes
forward CVFR a/c info
coordinate CVFR/SVFR ops

11

What is the tower responsible to coordinate to ARAC

relay runway changes
give rolling boundary call for IFR departures
coordinate CVFR/SVFR ops

12

What is the tower responsible to coordinate to weather?

relay runway changes
forward PIREP's when received
request special observation in the event of an accident/incident

13

What is the tower responsible to coordinate to trans alert?

relay runway in use changes
notify when transient arrival are 15 flying miles from landing

14

What is the tower responsible to coordinate to crash/rescue?

relay runway in use changes

15

What is crash responsible to coordinate to tower?

when off the airfield

16

What is the tower responsible to coordinate to range control?

coordinate the use of Small arms impact area

17

What is range control required to coordinate with tower

request approval prior to small arms going Hot and when NW quadrant is HOT or cold.

18

What shall tower do prior to approving Small arms/northwest quadrant to go HOT

obtain concurrence and ARAC prior to giving approval to range

19

How is the FSS notified?

contact them via the GP-9 line or commercial line

20

Handles all situations related to aircraft in flight

Flight service station inflight

21

MKL FSS freqs

122.65
255.4

22

LOU FSS freqs

122.45
255.4

23

BNA FSS freqs

122.55
255.4

24

Handles all situations concerning NOTAMS, flight data and SAR

FSS data

25

When are CVFR briefings held

on the second Friday of each month or as coordinated w/ the ATC chief

26

What is the minimum altitude for off-post flight

500 feet AGL except when lower altitude is required for wx avoidance

27

What are the initial actions under inadvertent IMC (single ship)?

climb to minimum altitude of 3000 MSL
maintain constant heading unless turning to avoid known obstacles
set transponder to 7700
contact approach to 118.1 or 269.525

28

What are the initial actions under inadvertent IMC (formation)?

climb to minimum altitude of 3000 MSL
altitude separation will be 500 feet w/ no a/c below 3000 MSL and no a/c above 6000MSL
maintain constant heading unless turning to avoid known obstacles
only lead set transponder to 7700
contact approach to 118.1 or 269.525

29

What are the procedures for simulated inadvertent IMC

depart restricted a/s prior to simulating IIMC when the intent is to terminate the simulated IIMC w/ an instrument approach

a/c may remain in restricted a/s when the intent is to terminate simulated IIMC w/in restricted a/s

Formations of 2 or more will coordinate with ARAC prior to initiating simulated IIMC

Declare "simulated IIMC"

squawk 1200 until ARAC assigns a different code

30

Practice RNAV approach are conducted under what conditions?

VMC conditions (and)
VFR flight plan

31

What are the lost comm procedures while IIM and under ARAC control

proceed direct to AIRBE NDB and execure NDB,

emergency copter RNAV procdure, LOC, or ILS approach.

squawk 7600

32

What actions are taken if a VFR a/c requests radar assistance when it encounters or is about to encounter IFR wx conditions?

ask the pilot if he/she is qualified for and capable of conducting IFR flight

33

If a pilot is qualified for and capable of IFR flight, what needs to be requested of them?

to file an IFR flight plan
then, issue clearance to destination airport

34

If a pilot is states they are not qualified for or not capable of conducting IFR flight, or refuses to file an IFR flight plan, what actions are taken

Inform the pilot of airports where VFR conditions are reported (provide pertinent wx info and ask if they will elect to conduct VFR flight to a/p)

35

If it is not feasible or a VFR pilot refuses to conduct VFR flight, when can you provide radar assistance?

declares an emergency

if they refuse to declare an emergency, you can provide radar assistance if you determine the exact nature of radar services the pilot desires.

36

If a VFR pilot encounters IFR conditions, what info do you issue tot he pilot?

terrain/obstacle clearance minimum altitidue

if below terrain/obstacle min altitude, furnish a heading or radial on which to climb to reach appropriate altitude

37

What must be accomplished on a mode C equipped VFR a/c when VFR pilot encounters IFR conditions

7700

(or) terminal - issue a beacon code that will permit terminal minimum safe altitude warning (MSAW)

38

What radar assistance technique are used to a pilot not qualified to operate in IFR conditions

avoid radio freq changes except necessary for better comms

make turns while the a/c is in VFR conditions so it will flight straight in IFR conditions

lower gear and slow to approach speed while in VFR

avoid climb or descent while in a turn if in IFR

avoid abrupt maneuvers

vector a/c to VFR conditions

39

(.65) Apply non-radar or visual separation b/w which a/c

SVFR fixed wing a/c

SVFR fixed wing a/c and SVFR helos

SVFR fixed-wing and IFR a/c

40

Apply, non-radar, visual or IFR radar separation between which a/c

SVFR helicopters

SVFR helos and IFR a/c

41

When can alternate SVFR helo separation minima be established

when warranted by the volume and/or complexity of local helicopter operations

must be established in an LOA

42

Alternate SVFR separation between SVFR helicopter and an arriving/departing IFR a/c

1/2 mile - if the IFR a/c is less than 1 mile from landing a/p

1 mile - if the IFR a/c is 1 mile or more from a/p

43

What is the alternate SVFR sep between SVFR helos

1 mile

44

When can the alternate SVFR sep between SVFR helos be reduce to 200 feet

both helos are departing simultaneously on courses that diverge by 30 degrees

tower can determine this sep by reference to surface marking (or)

one of the departing helos is instructed to remain at least 200 feet from another

45

Do not assign a fixed altitude, under SVFR conditions, when applying what

vertical separation

clear the SVFR a/c at or below an altitude which is at least 500 feet below any conflicting IFR traffic but not below the MSA

46

Why are SVFR a/c not assigned fixed altitudes?

clearance from the clouds requirements