89. During a CV rendezvous, if the lead's anti-collision light is closer to the wingtip light than the
tail light, the aircraft is ___
90. During a CV rendezvous, if the lead's anti-collision light is closer to the taillight than the wingtip
light, the aircraft is ______
91. Procedures for nighttime IFR parade turns are ________as daytime IFR
procedures. ANSWER: the same
92. All crossunders are_______crossunders at night time.
93. What are the procedures for the night breakup and rendezvous exercise?
a. In order to kiss off the wingman, the lead turns his external lights to bright and steady and then
turns on his anti-collision light.
b. The breakup is performed with 2-second intervals at 14-15 units AOA, 250 KIAS, and 180 degrees
c. The wingman performs a co-airspeed rendezvous.
94. Underruns at night have different procedures than day. (T or F)
ANSWER: True. Nighttime underrun procedures do not require you to fly to a stepped up,
slightly acute position on lead following underrun.
95. During lead changes at night, primary communications are conducted by _______ instead of
NIGHT FORMATION FLIGHT PROCEDURES--APPROACHES
96. During a section instrument approach at night, the lead initiates all configuration changes by
97. Section approaches are completed at________flaps.
98. During a section instrument approach at night, what is the normal altitude for detaching the
ANSWER: 500 ftAGL