T-34C INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION WORKBOOK
22. When a pilot on an IFR flight is cleared to maintain "VFR on TOP," he/she
_______________ (can/cannot) enter IMC flight conditions.
23. What are the tolerances for penetrating a coastal ADIZ? Time_______________, Distance
24. Which environment requires voice reports when entering a holding pattern?
25. The timing of holding pattern legs, when utilizing VOR is _______________ at or below
14,000 feet and _______________ above 14,000 feet. When utilizing TACAN the legs are
indicated in miles.
26. In a nonradar environment, what are the compulsory voice reports associated with a
nonprecision instrument approach?
27. When is an alternate airfield required for an IFR flight?
28. An arcing approach is normally associated with which NAVAID? _______________
29. An example of an initial contact with an ARTCC in a nonradar environment and t a fix
(which is to be followed immediately by a position report) would be
a. "LOS ANGELES CENTER, NAVY 3E123, ESTIMATING (POSITION), (TIME),
b. "LOS ANGELES CENTER, NAVY 3E123."
c. "LOS ANGELES CENTER, NAVY 3E123, (POSITION)."
What does the call sign METRO refer to? _____________________________________
What is ATIS? __________________________________________________________
What is the radio call sign of an FSS named Gainesville? _______________
THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS REFER TO DOBBINS ARB. USE THE IFR
SUPPLEMENT AND APPROACH PROCEDURES VOL. 15 AND LOW ALTITUDE
COURSE SUMMATION 9-3