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CHAPTER ONE
METEOROLOGY FLIGHT PLANNING
26. What is the forecast period for the first line of code on the Navy Pensacola (NPA) forecast?
a.
1200Z up to, but not including 1200Z
b.
1200Z up to, but not including 2200Z
c.
1200Z up to, but not including 1800Z
d.
1200Z up to, but not including 1500Z
27. An aircraft with an ETA into NPA of 1715Z would expect a ceiling of no less than______.
a.
2000 feet MSL
b.
2000 feet AGL
c.
700 feet AGL
d.
700 feet MSL
28. What is the highest visibility forecast throughout the forecast period at NPA?
a.
3 SM
b.
5 SM
c.
1/2 SM
d.
>6 SM
29. Would a pilot flying over NPA during the hours of 1600Z to 2000Z expect icing?
a. Yes
b.
No
30. Which lines of the forecast for Navy Oceana (NTU) would be necessary to look at to
formulate the worst case scenario for an ETA of 1615Z?
a.
Line 3 only
b.
Lines 2 and 3 only
c.
All lines would be used
d.
Lines 1 thru 3
31. What minimum visibility would be expected at NTU for an ETA of 1300Z?
a.
1 SM
b.
1/2 SM
c.
4 SM
d.
>6 SM
32. What type of turbulence is forecast over NTU at 2000Z?
a.
Severe turbulence in clear, frequent
b.
Severe turbulence in cloud, infrequent
c.
Severe turbulence in clear, infrequent
d.
None forecast at that time
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FORECASTS


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