1. FLIP ______ documents are usually NOT used during flight
  2. If you need to locate information about the altimeter changeover procedures, but cannot remember where to look, the best place to start your search would be the ______.
    Index for Aeronautical Information in GP
  3. If planning a mission in the US, you should reference ______ for information about theater operations and supplementary airfield information.
  4. It is mandatory to file the Preferred IFR Route if one is established between your departure and destination airfield.
  5. For information on special use airspace in the US, consult FLIP ______.
  6. Which of the following is NOT a FLIP enroute publication?
  7. To find out what an airfield’s servicing capabilities are, you should reference ______.
    the IFR Supplement
  8. Low altitude enroute charts are for operations below ______ feet MSL
  9. A star next to any item on the low altitude enroute chart indicates ______.
    part-time or on request operation
  10. Radials and bearings on the low altitude enroute chart are ______.
  11. (L) and (T) symbols on high altitude enroute charts refer to ______.
    a NAVAID having a restriction on its usable range
  12. Q-routes offer more direct routing than NAVAIDS and are applicable for what altitudes?
    18,000 feet MSL to FL 450
  13. The primary purpose of the small airfield sketch in the lower portion of each approach plate is to ______.
    aid pilots during landing transition by helping to identify the runway environment
  14. What area is ALWAYS shown to scale on an IAP?
    only the area inside the solid line circle
  15. What equipment would be required to fly the final approach portion of an approach titled “VOR or ILS RWY 32L?”
    VOR or ILS
  16. Military departure procedures are found in ______.
    FLIP low & high altitude terminal books
  17. Relief is depicted on aeronautical charts using ______.
    contour lines, shading, elevation/gradient tints
  18. Hydrography portrays ______.
    bodies of water
  19. The CHUM and CHUM Supplement or E-CHUM could be used to update ______.
    TPCs, ONCs, JOGs
  20. D series NOTAMs are those that need wide dissemination and you can call any FSS at 1-800-WXBRIEF to get the D NOTAMs you are interested in.
  21. FDC NOTAMs will automatically be provided by the FSS mission briefer.
  22. If your destination is a civil field that is not listed in the IFR Supplement, you need to reference ______.
    the A/FD
  23. FLIP planning documents are updated by ______.
    • US Notice to Airman (NOTAM) system
    • Planning Change Notices
    • Urgent Change Notices
  24. Information on Military Training Routes (MTRs) can be found in ______.
  25. An airport depicted with a brown symbol on the low altitude enroute chart ______.
    does not have a published approach
  26. RNAV routes are available for ______ equipped aircraft and are depicted in ______ on Low Altitude and High Altitude Enroute charts.
    GPS; blue
  27. All airports shown on high altitude enroute charts have at least one hard surfaced runway with a minimum runway length of ______ feet
  28. FLIP terminal books include ______.
    • all DoD instrument terminal procedures
    • civil procedures requested by the military
  29. The Terminal Change Notice (TCN) book contains amendments to ______.
    both terminal high and low altitude volumes
  30. Which chart would be best for a mission, or portion of a mission, requiring a high level of detail?
  31. VFR chart relief symbols are used to depict ______.
    differences in the elevation of the land surface
  32. The NTAP provides NOTAM information ______.
    of a long term nature
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