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T-34C INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES
PRACTICE PROBLEM NUMBER FOUR ANSWERS
1.
b.
2.
b. - Once you are airborne, the only minimums that apply to you are the actual published
mins in the approach plates. You still, however, must have weather of at least 200- 1/2 as
required by OPNAV 3710.7 for single piloted aircraft.
3.
d. - Look for the nearest FSS on the L-19/L-20.
4.
a. - All FSSs are contacted on 255.4 or 122.2.
5.
d. - Look for the nearest "postage stamp" on the L-19/L-20.
6.
c. - An intersection is identified only by the NAVAIDs which are the source of the arrows
(bearing, radial, or DME fix arrows) pointing toward the intersection.
7.
c. - Both UHF tower frequencies are listed in the IFR Supplement, approach plates, and on
L-19/L-20. Guard is also available.
8.
b. - Radar minimums section of vol. 15
9.
a. - The approach lighting symbol on the airport sketch in vol. 15 gives the lighting code
which must then be looked up in the FIH.
10.
b. - PMSVs are found in section c of the FIH.
11.
a. - 500- - OPNAV 3710.7, para. 5.3.4.3, sets our minimums for executing as 200-.
b. - 40 RVR - Use the conversion table on p. XV of the approach plates.
30 PRACTICE PROBLEM NUMBER FOUR


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