RETURNING FROM THE TARGET--HUNG ORDNANCE APPROACH
15. In a formation hung ordnance approach, each aircraft flies its own course to the field. True or false?
ANSWER: False. All aircraft follow lead's flight path.
RETURNING FROM THE TARGET--DEARMING
16. During dearming, you may keep your hands in the cockpit. True or false?
ANSWER: False. Let the ground crew see them just as during arming activities.
17. List three reasons to abort a run.
Any three of the following:
a. Poor roll-in
b. Off dive parameters
Unsafe conditions in flight (simo run, instrument error, unauthorized aircraft in target area)
d. Unsafe conditions on ground
e. Directed by RSO
Close interval (simo run)
g. Suspected instrument error
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS--MIDAIR COLLISIONS
18. Who should call a simultaneous (simo) run?
ANSWER: Anybody who sees it.
19. If you lose sight of your interval in the pattern, should you go to the lame duck pattern?
ANSWER: No. Stay below the pattern.
20. How many feet above the high pattern is the lame duck pattern flown?
ANSWER: 2,000 ft