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1

Who has the primary responsibility for operations conducted on the active runway and must control the use of those runways

Local

2

What type of coordination is required for use of active runways

positive coordination

3

Who must obtain approval from local control before authorizing an a/c or a vehicle to cross or use any portion of an active runway

Ground

4

What must the coordination include to cross an active runway

point/intersection at the runway where operation will occur

5

How are you to describe vehicles, equipment or personnel on or near the movement area

in a manner which will assist pilots in recognizing them

6

How do you describe the relative position of traffic

in an easy to understand manner

7

What must controllers do when low level wind shear/microburst is reported by pilots, ITWS or detected on wind shear detection systems

issue the alert to all arriving and departing a/c until it is broadcast on the ATIS and pilots indicate they have received appropriate ATIS code

8

How long must a wind shear alert be included on the ATIS

20 minutes following the last report or indication of the wind shear/microburst

9

Facilities w/o ATIS are required to ensure wind shear/microburst info is broadcast to all arriving and departing a/c for how long

20 minutes following the last report or indication of wind shear/microburst

10

What actions are taken when an a/c under your control informs you that it is performing a wind shear escape

do not issue control instructions that are contrary to pilot actions

provide safety alerts regarding terrain or obstacles and traffic advisories for the escape a/c

11

Once the responding a/c has initiated a wind shear escape maneuver, Is the controller responsible for providing approved separation b/w the a/c that is responding to an escape and any other a/c, a/s, terrain or obstacle?

No

12

How are uncertified tower display workstations used

as an aid to assist controller in visually locating a/c or in determining their spatial relationship to known geographical points.

Do not provide radar services and traffic advisories

general information may be given

13

How are certified tower display workstations used

determine a/c id

exact location

spatial relationship to other a/c

provide a/c with radar traffic advisories

provide direction or suggested headings to VFR a/c

provide information and instruction to a/c operation within the surface area for which the tower has responsibility

14

"Cleared for the option" will permit

touch and go
low approach
missed approach
stop and go
full stop

15

When is the "cleared for the option" procedure authorized

with an operational control tower

subject to ATC approval

16

When is simultaneous same direction operations authorized

VFR conditions
2 way radio communications
distance between centerline
L/W, single engine - 300
Twin-engine, propeller - 500
All others - 700

Edges
L/W, single engine - 200
Twin-engine, propeller - 400
All others - 600

17

Simultaneous opposite direction operations

VFR conditions
2 way radio communications
distance between centerline
Day - 1400
Night - 1400

Edges
Day - 1400
Night - Not authorized

18

When may departure information be omitted in the ATIS

When the pilot states they have the appropriate ATIS

19

Departure information includes

RY in use
Surface wind
Altimeter
Time, when requested
Ceiling information if necessary
Issue route for a/c or vehicle to follow on movement area
Issue braking action for the RY use as received from pilot and/or airport management

20

When do you issue ceiling and vis to the pilot

VFR a/c when wx is below VFR conditions

IFR a/c when wx is below VFR conditions or highest takeoff minimums

21

When ATIS is unavailable and when the runway length available for departure has been temporarily shortened, what actions do controllers take

must ensure that pilots receive the runway number combined with a shortened announcement for all departing a/c

"RY (number) shortened"

22

Inform departing IFR, SVFR, VFR a/c receiving radar service of the what before takeoff

departure control frequency
beacon code

23

When may the departure control frequency be omitted

if a SID has been or will be assigned and the departure control frequency is published in the SID

24

What must be issued to all departing IFR military turboprop/turbojet aircraft except for who

change to departure frequency

"CHANGE TO DEPARTURE"

except for transport and cargo types

25

Inform departing IFR, SVFR, VFR civil a/c and military transport and cargo types receiving radar service of the what after takeoff

contact departure about 1/2 mile beyond the runway end

26

Do not request ___________ ___________ ___________ / ___________ a/c to make radio frequency or radar beacon changes before what

what is the exception

departing military turboprop / turbojet

the a/c reaches 2500 feet above the surface

27

What is the intent of LUAW

to position a/c for an imminent departure

28

When do you authorize an a/c to line up and wait

when takeoff clearances cannot be issued because of traffic.

Issue traffic information to any a/c so authorized

29

When may traffic be omitted to an a/c in line up and wait

traffic is another a/c which has landed on or is taking off the runway and is clearly visible to the holding a/c

Do not use condition phrases

30

What is the phraseology for line up and wait

Runway (number), Line up and wait

31

When an a/c is authorized to line up and wait, inform it of what

the closest traffic requesting a full-stop, touch and go, stop and go, options or unrestricted low approach to same runway

32

Do not authorize an a/c to line up and wiat when the departure point is ....

not visible from the tower, unless the a/c position can be verified by ASDE or the runway is used for departures only

33

What following conditions need to be met to authorize an a/c to line up and wait at the intersection between sunset and sunrise (night)

procedure approved by the appropriate director, terminal operations, as well as the direction, terminal safety and operations support

procedure contained in a facility directive

runway must be used as a departure only runway

only one a/c at a time is permitted to LUAW

document on -4

34

Do not authorize a/c to simultaneously LUAW on the same runway, between sunrise and sunset unless what

the local assist/local monitor position is staffed

35

Define anticipating separation

takeoff clearance needs not be withheld until prescribed separation exists if there is a reasonable assurance it will exist when the a/c start takeoff roll

36

Separate a departing a/c from a preceding departing or arriving a/c using the same runway by ensuring that it does not begin takeoff roll until

other a/c has departed and crossed the runway end (or)
turned to avert any conflict
if you can determine distances by reference to suitable landmarks
preceding landing a/c is clear of the runway

37

When only cat 1 a/c are involved

3000

38

When a cat 1 a/c is preceded (following a) by a cat 2

3000

39

When either the succeeding or both are cat 2

4500

40

when either is a cat 3

6000

41

When the succeeding a/c is a helicopter

visual separation may be applied in lieu of using distance minima

42

define cat 1

small single-engine propeller driven a/c weighing 12,500 or less and all helicopters

43

define cat 2

small twin-engine propeller driven a/c weighing 12,500 or less

44

define cat 3

all other a/c

45

Do not issue clearances to a small a/c to line up and wait on the same runway behind

a departing super or heavy a/c to apply the necessary intervals

46

Separate IFR/VFR a/c taking off from the same runway or a parallel runway separated by less than how many feet

Heavy, large or small behind super

heavy, large or small behind heavy

small a/c behind B757 by

2500

3 minutes

2 minutes

2 minutes when departing the same runway

47

Separate a/c when operating on a runway with a displaced landing threshold if projected flight paths will cross when either a departure follows an arrival or an arrival follows a departure by the following minima

Heavy, large or small behind super

Heavy, large or small behind heavy

small behind a B757

3 min

2 min

2 min

48

Separate an a/c behind another a/c that has departed or mae a low/missed approach when utilizing _________ _________ takeoffs or landings on the same or parallel runways separated by less than ______

Heavy, large or small behind super

Heavy, large or small heavy

opposite direction

2500

4

3

49

Separate a small a/c behind a B757 that has departe or ma a ________/________ approach when utilizing ____________ ___________ takeoffs or landings on the same runway by

low approach/missed approach

opposite direction

3

50

Are you allowed to approve pilot requests to deviate from the required intervals when dealing with wake turbulence

No

51

Separate a small a/c behind a large a/c that has departed or made a low/missed approach when utilizing opposite direction takeoffs on the same runway by

Is it waiverable

3 minutes

Yes

52

Intersection departures, separate a small a/c weighing 12,500 or less taking off from an intersection on the same runway (same or opposite) behind departing small a/c weighing more than 12,500

3 minutes

53

Intersection departures, Separate a small a/c taking off from an intersection on the same runway (same or opposite direction takeoff) behind a departing large a/c (except ______) by ensuring the a/c does not start takeoff roll by

3 min

54

Intersection departures, Separate a small a/c taking off from an intersection on the same runway (same or opposite) behind a departing B757 by ensuring that the a/c does not start takeoff roll until

3 min after the preceding a/c taking off

55

Intersection departures, Separate aircraft departing from an intersection on the same runway (same or opposite), parallel runway separted by less than _____ and parallel runway separate by less than _____ with the runway thresholds offset by ____ feet or more, by ensruing that the a/c does not start take-off roll until

Heavy, large or small behind super - 4 min

Heavy, large or small behind heavy - 3 min

56

Reference wake turbulence, time interval is not required

a pilot has initiated a request to deviate (does not apply to heavy or supers/757)

successive touch and go or stop and go ops are conducted with any a/c following an a/c in the patter that requires wake turbulence separation or an a/c departing the same runway requiring wake turbulence

Issue cautionary wake turbulence

57

Intersecting runways, Separate departing a/c from another a/c using an intersecting runway by ensuring by ensuring that the departure does not begin takeoff roll until one of the following exists

preceding a/c has departed and passed the intersection or is turning to avert any conflict

preceding arriving a/c is clear of the landing runway, completed the landing roll and will hold short of the intersection or has passed the intersection

58

Intersecting runways, separate IFR/VFR a/c taking off behind a departing or landing a/c on an intersection runway if flight paths will cross or an aircraft departing a parallel runway separated by _________ or more if projected flights will cross

Heavy, large or small behind super

Heavy, large or small behind heavy

small B757

2500

3 min

2 min

2 min

59

Are pilot requests to deviate form the required time intervals authorized if the preceding a/c requires wake turbulence reference intersecting runways

No

60

What provides the basic means to transition from instrument flight to visual flight

ALS

61

ALS are a configuration of signal lights starting...

at the landing threshold
(and) extending into the approach area a distance of 2400-3000 feet for precision instrument runways

1400-1500 for non precision

62

installed at many airfield to provide rapid and positive identification of the approach end of a particular runway

runway end identifier lights

63

REIL system consists of a pair of synchronized flashing lights located _______________ on each of the runway threshold.

laterally

64

REILs may be either ____________ or ____________ facing the approach area

omnidirectional
unidirectional

65

used to outline the edges of runways during periods of what

runway edge lights

darkness or restricted visibility

66

What color are runway edge lights

white
except on instrument runways, yellow replaces white on the last 2000 feet or half the runway length

67

Three types of markings for runways

visual
nonprecision
precision

68

How are runway numbers determined

approach direction
is the whole number nearest one-tenth the magnetic azimuth of the centerline of the runway

69

Number of Threshold stripes for
60
75
100
150
200

4
6
8
12
16

70

What are the hazardous area where multiple a/c may converge from different directions (chokepoints)

RPC
RPV
RPB
RPH
Ghost
Ross Branch Valley along Blue route b/w SEA SAU
SAU
Church

71

What are the restrictions on the corridors and routes

rapid and abrupt altitude or attitude changes are prohibited

formation flights w/in the corridors will not exceed corridor width

a/c must exercise caution to not intrude into active impact areas

coordinate w/ eagle for any modifications to published route structure that requires an altitude change above 1300 MSL

72

East corridor dimensions

altitude inbound 1300
altitude outbound 1500

73

east corridor controlling agency for inbound

approach
pilots are required to contact ARAC prior to kennedy

74

west corridor dimensions

1300 inbound
1500 outbound

75

What is not authorized on the east and west corridor during CVFR

opposite direction arrivals and departures

76

reporting point for VFR and SVFR traffic departing or arriving CAAF to or from the north

Masonville transition

77

Why wour CAAF tower clear a/c on initial contact at RPC requesting a Blue to Green transition to remain tactical

to provide separation from landing/departing fixed wing

78

Which a/c during formation Night/NVF flights are required to have their anti-collision lights on

only the trail a/c

79

When is the unfiltered landing light required to be hone during Night/NVD. Formation?

on during all run-up, shutdown and taxi operations
will on during all approaches and departures

Only the lead a/c is required to have its unfiltered landing light on

80

Which aircraft do not have the unfiltered landing light

AH/MH6

81

When does the OH58 operate their landing light

as soon as possible after engine start

82

Landing Light Night/NVD ops w/in class D a/s

prior to entering class D on the west corridor

on the Gold corridor, at least 1 KM prior to Water Plant or upon departure from the cantonment area

Blue route, 1 KM prior to Hester

83

Are unaided a/c authorized to conduct lights-out

No

84

When are paradrops authorized at Son DZ

its prohibited

85

What are the special procedures for paradrops at Division parade field

keep a/c clear of the DZ until all parachutist have landed

restrict access to Green and Gold corridors when paradrops are in progress

86

Who control drop zones in the cantonment area to include division parade field

Campbell tower

87

Who approves flight over the cantonment area with external loads

case-by-case approve from G3 AVN

88

Are external load flight in the CAAF traffic patter authorized

No

Over flight of the runway w/ equipment sling loads are strictly prohibited

89

IIMC entry with an eternal load is deemed what?

an emergency

90

Where is hazardous cargo parked on CAAF

cargo ramp

91

Where is the jettison area located from CAAF

270
11.3

92

Where will Campbell tower taxi an a/c with malfunction weapon system for disarming

on Taxiway A heading 360
on Taxiway L heading 180