Practice Problem Number Five Questions

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T-34C INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES
PRACTICE PROBLEM NUMBER FIVE QUESTIONS
1.
How many compulsory reporting points to the destination in a nonradar environment?
a.
4
c.
6
b.
5
d.
7
2.
While enroute and want to change your destination and you are in the vicinity of TERES
intersection. Who would you contact to change your flight plan and on what
a.
Jacksonville Center, 360.8
b.
Atlanta Center, 132.25
c.
d.
3.
Over Marianna VORTAC, where is the nearest PMSV?
a.
b.
Allen AHP
c.
Jacksonville Center
d.
Cairns AAF
4.
What frequency would you use for question number three?
a.
344.6
c.
255.4
b.
237.5
d.
243.0
5.
Over the Gators VORTAC, you would contact Jacksonville Center on frequency
____________ or ____________?
a.
128.05, 335.55
c.
385.6, 134.4
b.
128.05, 134.4
d.
385.6, 335.55
6.
Can the Destin-Ft. Walton airport be used as a field alternate (Note: GPS is INOP)?
a.
Yes
b. No
7.
You receive the following holding clearance after passing Marianna VORTAC: "Navy
5E296, hold west of CHEWS intersection on V198, left turns, expect further clearance time
1147". You will hold on the Marianna _______________ radial with an inbound holding course
of ________________.
272, 092°
272, 272°
a.
c.
092, 272°
092, 092°
b.
d.
8.
Your ATC clearance would be received on which frequency at NAS Jacksonville?
a.
336.4
c.
352.4
b.
351.8
d.
126.2
32 PRACTICE PROBLEM NUMBER FIVE

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