1. A good rule of thumb when selecting a cross-country destination is to select a base within ______NM.
  2. If filing to a destination outside Class A airspace that requires radar to fly the only available approach, you must be able to positively identify your aircraft’s position within ____ NMs of the airfield.
  3. If filing to a destination with a circling approach only, the forecast ______ must be at or above the lowest compatible approach minimums.
    ceiling and visibility
  4. In the T-6A, use a standard P&A fuel of ______ minute(s) and ______ pounds of fue
    15; 100
  5. Enter the date on the DD 175 based on ______ time
  6. Call signs on the DD 175 are limited to a maximum of ______ characters
  7. To designate an airfield as an alternate, forecast weather (± 1 hour of ETA) must be at or above ______ or ______ above lowest compatible approach minimums, whichever is ______.
    1000 and 2; 500 and 1; greater
  8. In the T-6A use ______ PPH fuel flow when calculating reserve fuel. This approximates the fuel consumption using maximum endurance at ______ feet
    300; 10,000
  9. How do you indicate a request for a radar departure on the DD Form 175?
    Enter “Request Radar Departure” in the Remarks section.
  10. On an enroute chart, a flag with an X in it indicates a ______.
  11. Jet route altitudes start at ______ and go up to ______.
    18,000 MSL; FL450
  12. RNAV routes offer the most dependable routing for GPS equipped aircraft.
  13. The pilot may use GPS-provided data to ensure terrain clearance for IFR flight
  14. What would require you to change your flight plan in-flight?
    • Change in destination
    • Change from VFR to IFR only
    • Change in routing
  15. the best way to use your in-flight log is to...
    Log the actual times and fuel and compare this to your planned data to be sure you can get to your destination
  16. On each leg of your flight, you are increasingly above the planned fuel and are ahead on time. What is the most likely cause for this?
    You have less headwind/more tailwind than forecast
  17. You are at FL250 on an IFR flight plan, and you want to increase your TAS from 240 knots to 255 knots. Are you required to report this change to center?
    Yes. It is greater than 5% or 10 knots change in true airspeed
  18. Which document lists Center frequencies?
    IFR Supplement
  19. The weather forecaster did not forecast any significant weather for your route of flight. Halfway to your destination, you encounter thunderstorms with heavy rains. What should you do?
    Avoid the thunderstorms and notify METRO of the unexpected weather
  20. IFR flight in controlled airspace requires that you have a filed flight plan and have operable______ prior to takeoff.
    communication, navigation, and identification equipment
  21. To adjust your flight plan in-flight, you ______.
    contact the enroute controlling agency and make your request
  22. Compulsory reporting points are denoted by a ______.
    filled-in triangle
  23. You must report a change in airspeed when ______.
    changing your TAS by plus or minus 5% or 10 knots
  24. If you go lost comm on an IFR flight plan, you will fly the highest of your ______ altitude.
    assigned, MEA, or expected
  25. What is the proper way to contact a military weather facility in-flight?
    (Name) METRO
  26. What is the difference between a full service METRO and a limited service METRO?
    A full service METRO has a forecaster on duty.
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