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4.5.5.6.0.B.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: J25
Weather Advisory Broadcasts, including Severe Weather Forecast Alerts (AWW), Convective SIGMETs, and SIGMETs, are provided by
*A) ARTCCs on all frequencies, except emergency, when any part of the area described is within 150 miles of the airspace under their jurisdiction.
B) AFSSs on 122.2 MHz and adjacent VORs, when any part of the area described is within 200 miles of the airspace under their jurisdiction.
C) selected low-frequency and/or VOR navigational aids.
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Modified: 7/25/2004 kapatten
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4.5.5.6.1.A.1
CBG
Knowledge Code: J42
(Refer to figures 26) The final approach fix for the ILS precision approach is located at
A) ROMEN intersection/locator outer marker.
B) DENAY intersection.
C) glide slope intercept.
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Modified: 7/25/2004 kapatten
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4.5.5.6.2.A.1
CLA
Knowledge Code: J14
When operating an airship under IFR with a VFR-on-top clearance, what altitude should be maintained?
A) An IFR cruising altitude appropriate to the magnetic course being flown.
B) A VFR cruising altitude appropriate to the magnetic course being flown and as restricted by ATC.
C) The last IFR altitude assigned by ATC.
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Modified: 7/25/2004 kapatten
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4.5.5.6.3.A.1
CLA
Knowledge Code: J33
Does the ATC term, ''cruise 3000'', apply to airship IFR operations?
A) Yes, in part, it authorizes the pilot to commence the approach at the destination airport at the pilot's discretion.
B) Yes, it means that any assigned altitude can be vacated without notifying ATC.
C) No, this term applies to airplane IFR operations only.
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Modified: 7/25/2004 kapatten
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4.5.5.6.4.B.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: J37
Which is true concerning the blue and magenta colors used to depict airports on Sectional Aeronautical Charts?
A) Airports with control towers underlying Class C, D, and E airspace are shown in magenta.
B) Airports with control towers underlying Class A, B, and C airspace are shown in blue, Class D and E airspace are magenta.
*C) Airports with control towers underlying Class B, C, D, and E airspace are shown in blue.
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Modified: 7/24/2004 kapatten
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4.5.5.6.5.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: J37
(Refer to figure 52, point 1) The floor of the Class E airspace above Georgetown Airport (Q61) is at
A) 700 feet AGL.
*B) 3,823 feet MSL.
C) the surface.
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Modified: 7/26/2004 kapatten
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4.5.5.6.6.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: J37
(Refer to figure 52, point 7) The floor of Class E airspace over the town of Woodland is
A) 1,200 feet AGL over part of the town and no floor over the remainder.
B) 700 feet AGL over part of the town and no floor over the remainder.
*C) both 700 feet and 1,200 feet AGL.
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Modified: 7/25/2004 kapatten
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4.5.5.6.7.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: J37
(Refer to figure 52, point 5) The floor of the Class E airspace over University Airport (0O5) is
*A) 700 feet AGL.
B) 1,200 feet AGL.
C) the surface.
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Modified: 7/25/2004 kapatten
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4.5.5.6.8.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: J37
(Refer to figure 52, point 8) The floor of the Class E airspace over the town of Auburn is
A) 1,200 feet MSL.
B) 1,200 feet AGL.
*C) 700 feet AGL.
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4.5.5.6.9.A.1
CAX CBG CBH CGX CLA CRG CRH MCA MCH
Knowledge Code: J37
(Refer to figure 53, point 1) This thin black shaded line is most likely
A) a state boundary line.
*B) a military training route.
C) an arrival route.
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Modified: 7/25/2004 kapatten
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