T6 GK

  1. Weather required for Racetrack recovery from GTR
    • 1500'/3SM
    • Restricted Overhead or better
  2. HOT Start
    • ITT likely to go >1000c
    • 871-1000c for 5 sec
  3. HUNG start
    • N1 increase halted
    • (normally around 27%-32%)
  4. NO start
    No rise in ITT within 10 sec of fuel introduced
  5. Two start malfunctions that PMU won't stop
    • BAT bus annunciator on CWS
    • Start ready light goes out (PCL moved from start position)
  6. What does the HOT BAT bus power?
    • BAT switch
    • FDR
    • ELT 
    • OBOGS
    • RAM air
    • Clock
    • Emerg Flaps
  7. Amber DUCT TEMP annunciator
    >300 degrees
  8. OBOGS TEMP amber light
    >200 degrees
  9. What port does the Bleed Air intake come from?
    Left P3 port
  10. GTR RWY 18 RACETRACK climb out?
    • Left turn 090 for 2nm
    • Maintain 1200' MSL
    • North of Artesia RD
    • Direct RACETRACK
    • Squawk 0300
  11. GTR RWY 36 RACETRACK climb out?
    • Right turn direct RACETRACK
    • Maintain 1200' MSL
    • South of HWY 82
    • Squawk 0300
  12. PATTERN CONFLICT points
    • 90-to-initial
    • VFR entry
    • Closed downwind
    • Perch
    • High-to-Low key
  13. DONT break when conflict on?
    • inside or high downwind
    • straight in between 5 and 2NM
    • A/C between High and Low key
    • High Key orbit
  14. What do you do if there is a conflict and can't break?
    • "callsign, break point straight through"
    • turn crosswind at departure end to either
    • Crosswind OR breakout to VFR entry
  15. When do you land on the HOT side?
    • Touch and Go's
    • OR 
    • A/C on cold side and hasn't exited RNWY yet
  16. When do you land on the COLD side?
    FULL stops
  17. Pattern Priorities
    • Emergencies
    • Min fuel
    • NORDO
    • Formation
    • Single ship in Pattern
    • Single ship Radar Termination
    • Single ship VFR entry
  18. BREAKOUT from pattern
    • Continue climb to 2200'
    • turn towards VFR entry
    • Turn to 220 hdg to 4 way HWY 50 intersection
    • Turn towards VFR entry (Left RWY 13, Right RWY 31)
    • Descend 1200'
  19. Breakout from the perch
    • Climb straight ahead to 1700' MSL
    • turn towards VFR entry point
    • Continue climb to 2200' MSL
  20. BREAKOUT from Straight in
    • Prior to 3mi
    • Turn toward VFR entry
    • Maintain 700'
  21. BREAKOUT from low key
    • Climb straight to 1700' MSL
    • turn towards VFR entry
    • Climb 2200' MSL
  22. BREAKOUT from High key
    • Descend to 2200' MSL
    • proceed to VFR entry
  23. Reenter at VFR entry point
    • wings level (090 for 31L/360 for 13)
    • 1200'
    • 1mi prior to VFR entry point
  24. Low approach
    • continue final turn
    • Go around
  25. Restricted Low approach
    • continue final turn
    • maintain 700' MSL until cleared:
    • closed
    • low key
    • report 1 mi
    • crosswind
    • departure
  26. When do you offset during a low approach or go around?
    • directed by the RSU
    • A/C in departure position
  27. Where do you normally offset when necessary?
    Over TXWY A
  28. When do you not request closed?
    • A/C between 5 and 2mi on straight in
    • A/C between initial and break
    • A/C @ high key or orbiting High key
    • conflict on inside downwind
  29. When do you request ELP?
    • 2mi initial
    • OR 
    • runway midpoint on departure
  30. What do you report on an ELP?
    • High key
    • Low key, gear down
  31. Controlled Ejection Altitude?
    2,000' AGL
  32. Uncontrolled Ejection Altitude?
    6,000' AGL
  33. When do we use the Manual override handle on the Ejection seat?
    >8,000' terrain
  34. What are reasons to eject?
    • loss of thrust at low altitude (takeoff)
    • HAPL math doesn't compute
    • Fire in flight
    • ELP landing short
    • unrecoverable spin
  35. What do you do for an unlocked/damaged canopy?
    • Gangload
    • 150KIAS
    • descend below 18,000
    • DUMP pressurization
  36. Normal PLF
    • Discard SSK
    • Discard Mask
    • steer into the wind
  37. PLF into water
    • Lose mask
    • inflate LPU
  38. PLF into trees
    • steer into the wind
    • lose mask
    • lower visor
    • jettison ssk
    • knees together
    • Hands over face
    • elbows in
  39. PLF into power lines
    • steer into wind
    • jettison seat kit
    • hands on risers
    • feet together
  40. RCR DRY?
    23
  41. RCR wet?
    13
  42. RCR Icy?
    05
  43. At what speed is max braking probable?
    80 KIAS and below
  44. MAX abort speed?
    the max speed at which the A/C started and stopped within the remaining runway

    • 3 sec to recognize
    • 3 sec to apply
    • 20 its increase during this
  45. JOKER fuel
    fuel required to terminate event and transition to the next phase of flight
  46. BINGO fuel
    Fuel needed to recover to the field of intended landing with the normal recovery fuel
  47. Normal recovery fuel
    200lbs at FAF or initial
  48. MIN fuel
    • 150lbs
    • 200lbs solo

    • One runway closed
    • 300lbs solo
    • 250 dual
  49. EMER fuel
    100lbs
  50. ARPT page 4
    Displays all freqs for airport
  51. ARPT page 8
    lists approaches for airfield selected
  52. LOW transition
    • transition into area at 7,000' MSL
    • climb into area
  53. Blocks on the Bengal/Buzzsaw
    • Climb & Maintain altitude blocks of assigned area along departure
    • Requires clearance into area
    • Maintain departure routing
  54. Direct Block En Route
    • Climb altitude blocks of area assigned
    • turn direct to your area
    • cleared into area
  55. Direct area
    • Climb and maintain altitude assigned
    • turn direct to your area
    • do not leave altitude until cleared
  56. When can you deviate from ATC clearance
    Only for safety of flight
  57. FUEL Reserve
    • Amount of fuel required to be carried in addition to fuel required to complete mission as planned
    • Use max endurance fuel consumption rates at 10,000'MSL
  58. Class B cloud clearnace
    • 3SM 
    • clear of clouds
  59. Class C/D cloud clearance
    • 3512
    • 3SM
    • 500 Below
    • 1000' above
    • 2000' horizontal
  60. Cloud clearnace E/G above 10,000' MSL
    • 5-111
    • 5SM vis
    • 1,000' above
    • 1,000' below
    • 1SM horizontal
  61. Class E Below 10,000 MSL
    • 3512
    • 3SM
    • 500' belw
    • 1000' above
    • 2000' horizontal
  62. Class G below 10,000' MSL
    • 3512
    • 3SM
    • 500' belw
    • 1000' above
    • 2000' horizontal
  63. Non Congested area
    Min Altitude above people, vessel, vehicle or structure?
    500' AGL
  64. MIN ALT in congested area
    1,000' AGL above highest obstruction w/i 2,000' radius
  65. Class C airspace
    • Core = surface-4,000AGL 5NM radius
    • Shelf = 1,200AGL-4,000'AGL, 5-10NM
  66. MAX speed below class B airspace?
    200 KIAS
  67. Max speed below 10,000' MSL
    250 KIAS
  68. Right of way with distress A/C
    Distress
  69. Right of way for converging A/C
    A/C on right has right of way
  70. Right of way for head-on A/C?
    Each aircraft alters course to the right
  71. Right of way, for overtaking
    Overtaking aircraft alters course to the right
  72. Right of way with landing aircraft
    • A/C on final has right of way
    • OR 
    • lower altitude has right of way
  73. What is WX is required to takeoff?
    WX mins for lowest applicable approach
  74. What weather is required to start an approach?
    At or above the minimums for the intended approach
  75. When can you descend below MDA?
    Visual references and in a safe position to land
  76. When can you descend below 100' above TDZE?
    when the termination bars are visible and identifiable
  77. Control instruments
    • immediate attitude and power indications
    • EADI
    • Torque
  78. Performance instruments
    Everything except EADI and Torque
  79. Navigation instruments
    • EHSI
    • GPS
  80. Primary flight instruments
    • EADI
    • Altimeter
    • Airspeed
  81. Inbound course intercept
    • TIM
    • Set reciprocal radial/course
    • CB + 30
    • turn towards CDI in shortest direction
  82. Outbound course intercept
    • TIM
    • Set course/radial
    • TC + 45
    • Turn towards CDI in shortest direction
  83. Proceeding direct
    • Turn in shortest direction to bearing pointer
    • Set course
    • kill drift
  84. Homing
    place bearing pointer under index and continuing to turn to keep it there
  85. Enroute descent
    • allows you to descend from enroute altitude to to a final approach altitude
    • Pilot or ATC requested
  86. Established on a VOR or GPS approach?
    1 dot
  87. Established on a localizer course?
    • inside full scale deflection
    • 2 dots
  88. Glide slope tolerances?
    • 2 above
    • 1 below
  89. What is the standard range of a Localizer?
    18NM
  90. What is the standard glide slope range?
    10
  91. What is the VOR tolerances for a ground checkpoint?
    • +/- 4 degrees
    • within .5 nm
    • or what's depicted on checkpoint
  92. How to calculate a VDP
    • Gus wears a HAT
    • HAT divided by glide slope
  93. RAIM
    Random autonomous integrity monitoring
  94. When must you come out of OBS on a GPS approach?
    more than 2NM from FAF
  95. When do you go missed approach?
    • if at the MAP and you do not have the runway environment insight and are not in a safe position to land
    • OR 
    • When directed by ATC
  96. Describe going Missed approac
    • MAX power
    • 10-15 Nose high
    • clean up
    • and power back to 140-180 KTS
  97. how is a MAP defined for non precision?
    • Timing from FAF
    • DME
    • GPS
  98. how is a MAP defined for precision?
    • DA - decision altitude
    • DH - decision height
  99. THRE
    Threshold elevation
  100. TDZE
    highest point in the first 3,000' of the runway
  101. Class D airspace
    Surface - 2500' AGL
  102. Wind Limits

    DRY
    25
  103. Wind Limits

    Wet
    10
  104. Wind Limits

    ICY
    5
  105. Wind Limits

    Touch and Go
    20
  106. Wind Limits

    Formation
    15
  107. Wind Limits

    Tailwind on takeoff
    10
  108. Wind Limits

    Canopy open
    40
  109. Enroute descent
    Transition from the enroute structure to a (low) instrument approach
  110. Missed approach
    • MAX power
    • 10-15 degrees Nose high
    • 140-180 KIAS
    • 140 before turning
  111. Lost procedures
    • C,C,C
    • Climb
    • Conserve
    • Confess
    • Pink Pages
  112. Dual Only Manuevers
    AFI 11-2t-6V3
    • Stalls
    • Stab Demo
    • Contact recoveries
    • ELPS
    • No Flaps
    • Straight-ins
    • Slow-flight
    • Rolling Takeoffs
    • Low-closed pattern
    • Low-level
  113. Pilot responsibilities for air emergency (IFG)
    • if you require traffic priority:
    • Declare with ATC and state intentions
    • Contact SOF:
    • -state nature of emergency
    • -actions taken
    • -intentions
  114. UHF single frequency approach (SFA)
    • CH 15
    • ON freq:
    • -ATC (RAPCON)
    • -SOF
    • -Tower
    • -fire department
  115. Sunfish airspace
    • 7DM
    • 3500
    • 3 DME off each runway
  116. At what point do you have to be level at 1200' for 13R?
    7 Mile farm
  117. Fuel Quantity?
    1200
  118. Hydraulic Quantity
    5 qts
  119. Restricted Overhead
    • Min Pattern 1500 & 3
    • Enter MARBLE/STENNIS 2100 & 3
  120. How many aircraft in the pattern during RESTRICTED OVERHEAD status?
    8
  121. What do you do if you breakout during RESTRICTED OVERHEAD status
    • Climb to breakout ALT
    • Squawk 7600
    • request vectors to final
  122. When do you have to file an alternate?
    • wx +/- 1 hr, including TEMPO, at destination is less than 2000' and 3SM
    • -Radar required
    • -GPS only Navaid
    • -unmonitored NAVAID
    • -no weather reporting
    • -lowest compatible approach mins are >= to 1,500' and 3SM
    • -remote island
  123. What disqualifies and alternate?
    • -Radar required
    • -GPS only Navaid
    • -unmonitored NAVAID
    • -no weather reporting
    • -lowest compatible approach mins are >= to 1,500' and 3SM
    • -remote island
  124. Weather requirements for an alternate?
    • Weather must be greater:
    • ceiling= 1,000' or 500' above lowest compatible approach
    • vis= 2sm or 1sm above lowest compatible approach
  125. How many bulbs in the fire light?
    4
  126. Taxi spacing?
    • 150' in trail
    • 75' staggered
  127. Landing spacing
    • 3000' staggered
    • 6000' non staggered
Author
scttybleek
ID
348745
Card Set
T6 GK
Description
Sim check GK
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