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Flashcards in Pre-SAR Check Deck (56):
1

If tasked to search for something and only given a lat/long, conduct a ______ with a minimum radius of ______ or _______, whichever is greater.

VS (Sector Search)
Radius of the distance covered in one minute or twice the sweep width, whichever is greater

2

A MFD failure on the Pilot's side results in:

Loss of RADAR on Copilot's MFD (in addition to pilot's broken one).

3

A loss of the Copilot's MFD results in:

Loss of all FMS input to the FD and FD roll guidance.

4

Loss of the Copilot's EGI results in:

In addition to AFCS disengaging (YAW unrecoverable), you lose:

FDS
Loss of Radar antenna stabilization

5

Pulling the Pilot's AFCS circuit breaker will result in:

You lose YAW and COLLECTIVE

(Pitch and Roll is redundantly powered)

6

Pulling the Copilot AFCS circuit breaker results in:

Nothing- Pilot C/B supplies all 4 channels.

(CP redundantly powers Pitch and Roll)

7

A Dual CDU failure results in:

Loss of all FMS information; NA Navaids and Comms remain tuned to last frequency.

8

A loss of a single CDU results in:

Loss of all FMS information to that side's MFD.

9

A loss of the pilot's CDU results in:

Loss of FMS information on pilot's MFD

AND

Radar scan-to-scan integration

10

Loss of the SCC results in a loss of the:

STEERING
ADF
VOR
RRU

11

Pulling the Pilot's REF circuit breaker will cause:

1) Pitch and Roll will disengage (may be recovered)
2) Results in invalid VOR indications (ILS/LOC/GS unaffected)

12

Pulling the Copilot's REF circuit breaker results in:

1) Pitch and Roll will disengage (may be recovered)
2) Results in loss of
FDS
radar antenna stabilization
AFCS heading retention
3) Invalid TACAN bearing indications (DME unaffected)

13

REF Failure on side with NAV Control results in:

Loss of HDG SEL ability on the failed side; can be recovered by transferring Nav Control

14

An Altitude Controller failure results in:

Loss of
1) ALT, IAS-ALT, IAS-VS, VS modes.
2) LOW ALT alarm.
3) CATCH is not available.

15

An MFD failure on the side with CDU Bus Control results in:

Loss of FMS guidance and loss of FMS, NAV, and attitude input to VFDR. Transferring CDU control will restore.

16

"Normal" pattern parameters:

>500' AGL, 80 to 100 KIAS

Prior to abeam the intended point of landing:
Complete landing/hover checks.

1500' downwind, commence descending, decelerating turn to final

At the 90, 500-700' AGL.

17

The normal transition point parameters are:

1500' of straight away, 200' AGL, 50-70 KIAS

18

The Min Speed transition point is:

1500' of straight away, 200' AGL, 50-60 KIAS.

19

The Elevated Pad/Pinnacle Transition point is:

1,200' of straightaway, 200' AGL, 50-60 KIAS.

20

BINGO is calculated using:

81WOG

8.0 on the FLI
1000' PA
Winds; current
OAT; current
Gross Weight

Direct to last WP in FP

21

MRNG is calculated using:

81WOG

8.0 on the FLI
1000' PA
Winds; current
OAT; current
Gross Weight

On present course

22

RNG is calculated using:

WO FAG

Winds; current
OAT; current

Fuel Flow; current
Altitude; current
Gross Weight; current

23

A Direct Deployment of the RS places the swimmer:

Approximately 2-3 feet from the survivor

24

A Sling, Harness, or Free Fall deployment of the RS places the survivor:

At the 1 to 2 o'clock position, outside the rotor wash.

Deploy the RS no closer than 5 feet from the survivor.

25

When lowering a rescue device to a RS in the water, deliver them:

Approximately 5-10 feet from the RS.

26

Possible recoveries for the Free Fall, Harness or Sling deployment of the RS include:

Sling
Basket
Hook
Litter
SADPU
MADPU

27

Methods of RS deployment include:

DISH out a FREE FALL

Direct
disembark to the Ice
Sling
Harness

Free Fall

28

Max hover altitude for a Free Fall deployment is:

15' AWL

29

Remain below ____' once "___________" has been given.
(Free Fall Deployment)

30' AWL
"Go on hot mic, check swimmer"

30

Types of vision include:

Photopic (daytime)
Mesopic (dusk)
Scotopic (night)

31

Photopic visions relies upon:

Cones:
1) Produces sharp images and color vision
2) Requires use of central vision

32

Mesopic vision relies upon:

Both rods and cones
Middle ground between the other two.

33

Scotopic vision relies upon:

Primarily Rods:
Poor visual acuity
No color vision
Causes night blind spot
Requires use of peripheral vision and "off-center" viewing

34

The "Night Blind Spot" is a result of the existence of the __________ and is located _______.

Fovea; a collection at the center of vision made entirely of Cones.

Approximately 5-10 degrees wide at the center of the visual field.

35

Types of Spatial Disorientation include:

Type 1 (Unrecognized)
Type 2 (Recognized)
Type 3 (Incapacitating)

36

The three sensory systems that provide your sense of equilibrium include:

1) Visual
2) Vestibular
3) Proprioceptive

37

The _______ sensory system is the most important for maintaining equilibrium and is responsible for ___% of orientation in humans.

Visual
80%

38

The ________ sensory system is located within the inner ear and detects motion and gravity.

Vestibular

39

The Vestibular Sensory System is composed of:

1) The semicircular canal
2) The vestibule proper (contains the otolith organs)

40

The "sheet like", gelatinous membrane that contains chalk like crystals called ________ is know as the __________.

Otolithic membrane
Otoliths

Think blades of grass in a field; the roots "feel" the wind/gravity.

41

The Sensory Canals are made up of _____ canals situated in _____ planes perpendicular to one another.

Three (Pitch, Roll, and Yaw)

42

The fluid filling the semicircular canals of the vestibular system is known as:

Endolymph

43

The gelatinous structure located in the ampulla of the Semicircular Canal is known as the __________.

Cupula

44

"Visual Illusions" per the Army manual include:

FFF CRASH SCAR

Fixation
False Horizon
Flicker Vertigo

Confusion with ground lights
Relative motion
Altered planes of reference
Structural
Height-depth perception

Size-distance
Crater
Autokinesis
Reversible perspective



45

Somatogyral Illusions include:

1) the Leans
2) Graveyard Spins
3) The Coriolis Illusion

46

_________ illusions can occur when acceleration and deceleration stimulates the semicircular canals.

Somatogyral

47

Unusable fuel in the No.1 fuel system is _____ pounds.

(BOOST PUMPS FUNCTIONING)

27

48

While searching for a vessel, you're given a lat/long only. Assuming a 90 KIAS search speed, what will your search radius be?

1.5NM

90 KIAS flies 1.5 miles in 1 minute

49

According to the Addendum, the coverage factor for an impromptu should be _____. If you reorient your search six times, _____ per time, you will achieve a ______ CF.

1.0

30 degrees per pattern achieves a 1.1 CF.

50

________ illusions are caused by changes in gravity or linear acceleration and deceleration stimulate the otolith organ.

Somatogravic

51

The radar mode SRCH1 is primarily used for:

High sea state

Permits SCAN TO SCAN integration when range is below 10NM.

52

The radar mode SRCH2 is primarily used for:

High resolution low sea state conditions

(Ground mapping)

Defaults to SRCH3 if range is greater than 10NM

53

The radar mode SRCH3 is primarily used for:

Oil slick mapping? Most sensitive, meant for range of 10+

54

Unusable fuel in the No.2 fuel system is _____ pounds.

(BOOST PUMPS FUNCTIONING)

17 pounds

55

Unusable fuel in the No.1 fuel system is _____ pounds.

(BOOST PUMPS FAILED)

280 pounds (13-14%)

56

Unusable fuel in the No.2 fuel system is _____ pounds.

(BOOST PUMPS FAILED)

60 pounds (3-4%)