FF 1.0

  1. If a strong tailwind is encountered while taxiing you must _____to keep the tail from rising.
    Keep the control stick forward
  2. In the T-6 expect to need ____ right rudder on takeoff
  3. During takeoff roll brakes are used for ____
    Stopping not steering
  4. If you receive a light gun signal from the tower you can acknowledge by _______
    Moving ailerons and rudder
  5. On takeoff, abrupt application of power may cause the airplane to yaw sharply. To help counteract torque effect, hold the stick_____ to counter the nose from digging in
    Aft and slightly to the right
  6. In the T-6 the tendency for the aircraft to yaw left will help counteract the weathervane tendency caused by a crossed wind from the_____
  7. While in the rotation attitude with the main gear still on the ground, directional control with the
    Rudder and ailerons
  8. If you observe a flashing green light from the tower you should?
    Continue taxi.
  9. You are allowed to use differential braking with the NWS engaged. True or False
  10. Takeoff with LDG FLAPS is not recommended with a greater than ____ knot crosswind component
  11. If you are issued a ________taxi, you will be given instructions on what to do once you reach the hold short point
  12. Usually, a crosswind takeoff requires ____ to maintain aircraft directional control
    Downwind rudder
  13. When flying the T-6 with a left crosswind on takeoff, you must anticipate the need for _______ to maintain directional control
    Increased right rudder
  14. When taxiing, ____________ will counter weathervaning and deflecting the ailerons into the wind will prevent the upwind wing from rising
    Nose wheel and rudder steering
  15. Because of loss of vertical lift in a climbing turn, what procedure should you follow if you must turn in a climb?
    Use shallow banks turns, decrease pitch and increase airspeed to make up for loss of lift
  16. When you roll into a turn the loss of ____ increase as the bank angle increase.
    Vertical lift
  17. A VFR departure is flown using ____ for navigation
    Ground references
  18. IFR departure procedures are published in the flight information publications (FLIP). True or false?
  19. A good pitch picture for the best rate of climb at 140 Knots indicated airspeed is maximum power at approximately ____ nose up pitch.
  20. While climbing after takeoff an initial pitch attitude of approximately ____ will maintain 160 knots indicated airspeed.
  21. As a starting composite pitch reference from 10-12*, place the horizon between the top of the glareshield and the _______.
    Base of the AOA indexer.
  22. With a headwind on final, you will need to roll off the perch ______ since the wind will tend to blow you away from the runway
  23. When pulling closed you will probably get to pattern altitude while still in the turn. Use a lead point of about 200 feet and roll toward ______ of bank without increasing G load. This decreases your vertical lift and allows the nose to start falling.
  24. You don’t execute a breakout if there is an aircraft on a straight in between 5-2 miles. True or false?
  25. The closed pattern maneuver begins on takeoff leg at a minimum of ___ KIAS and end with the aircraft on downwind at a minimum of ___ KIAS
    140, 140
  26. Breakout altitude from an overhead pattern is normally____ above normal pattern altitude
    500-1000 AGL
  27. For configuring on closed downwind, once abeam the break zone, reduce power to aprox ____, slow to ____KIAS, lower gear, set flaps to desired position.
    20%, 120
  28. After a 90* bank in pulling closed, as the nose gets to the level flight picture for 45* of bank, you will roll out to 45* of bank and continue the turn to downwind. True or false.
  29. Describe the final turn Go-around procedure
    • Power MAX
    • 500 AGL
    • Flaps/Gear UP
    • 200 KIAS
    • Offset runway (as required)
  30. When using the wing low approach, using too much aileron will result in ____.
    An uncoordinated turn into the wind.
  31. Which are the “hot spots” in the pattern?
    • 45 to initial
    • Perch point
    • Break point
    • Takeoff leg
    • VFR entry point
  32. To compensate for a tailwind on final, you must descend ______ to land on the proper point of the runway
  33. After you receive approval for a straight in, descend at the locally designated point from _____ . You should also begin slowing down the airplane to be at 150KIAS at the _____ mile point
    1000 to 500 feet AGL , 5
  34. Normally you don’t request closed if there is an aircraft on initial. True or false
  35. Most traffic patterns can be divided into two segments ______.
    Outside and inside.
  36. _____ is used to sequence aircraft in as they return from the working area or auxiliary fields
    Radar entry
  37. After initiating a Go-around what are the three options available.
    • Request closed
    • Turn crosswind
    • Depart the pattern
  38. What are the three points where you can request a straight in?
    • VFR entry
    • Outside downwind
    • Radar entry
  39. What aircraft have the lowest priority entering the pattern?
    Aircraft at the VFR entry point
  40. When establishing the wing low method on final, in what order do you utilize the controls?
    • Rudder
    • Ailerons
    • Power
  41. When pulling closed, use approximately____ of bank to establish the correct downwind displacement and set about ____ nose high for the climb.
    60*, 15-25
  42. With gear and landing flaps aprox what torque will maintain 120KIAS?
  43. Concerning closed downwind, maintain 150-120 KIAS on downwind and delay configuring until____.
    Abeam the break zone
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FF 1.0