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4.3.6.1.1.A.1
PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
Knowledge Code: J11
(Refer to figure 27, area 4.) The CTAF/UNICOM frequency at Jamestown Airport is
*A) 123.0 MHz.
B) 123.6 MHz.
C) 122.0 MHz.
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Modified: 3/25/2004 kip
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4.3.6.1.2.A.1
PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
Knowledge Code: J11
(Refer to figure 27, area 6.) What is the CTAF/UNICOM frequency at Barnes County Airport?
A) 122.0 MHz.
*B) 122.8 MHz.
C) 123.6 MHz.
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Modified: 5/1/2007 HABpilot
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4.3.6.1.3.A.1
PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
Knowledge Code: J12
When flying HAWK N666CB, the proper phraseology for initial contact with McAlester AFSS is
A) "MC ALESTER FLIGHT SERVICE STATION, HAWK NOVEMBER SIX CHARLIE BRAVO, RECEIVING ARDMORE VORTAC, OVER.''
*B) "MC ALESTER RADIO, HAWK SIX SIX SIX CHARLIE BRAVO, RECEIVING ARDMORE VORTAC, OVER.''
C) "MC ALESTER STATION, HAWK SIX SIX SIX CEE BEE, RECEIVING ARDMORE VORTAC, OVER.''
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4.3.6.1.4.A.1
PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
Knowledge Code: J12
The correct method of stating 4,500 feet MSL to ATC is
*A) "FOUR THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED.''
B) "FOUR POINT FIVE.''
C) "FORTY-FIVE HUNDRED FEET MSL.''
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Modified: 3/15/2007 HABpilot
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4.3.6.1.5.A.1
PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
Knowledge Code: J12
The correct method of stating 10,500 feet MSL to ATC is
A) "TEN POINT FIVE.''
*B) "ONE ZERO THOUSAND, FIVE HUNDRED.''
C) "TEN THOUSAND, FIVE HUNDRED FEET.''
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Modified: 3/25/2004 kip
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4.3.6.1.6.A.1
PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
Knowledge Code: J25
How should contact be established with an En Route Flight Advisory Service (EFAS) station, and what service would be expected?
A) Call flight assistance on 122.5 for advisory service pertaining to severe weather.
B) Call EFAS on 122.2 for routine weather, current reports on hazardous weather, and altimeter settings.
*C) Call Flight Watch on 122.0 for information regarding actual weather and thunderstorm activity along proposed route.
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4.3.6.1.7.A.1
PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
Knowledge Code: J25
What service should a pilot normally expect from an En Route Flight Advisory Service (EFAS) station?
A) Preferential routing and radar vectoring to circumnavigate severe weather.
B) Severe weather information, changes to flight plans, and receipt of routine position reports.
*C) Actual weather information and thunderstorm activity along the route.
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Modified: 3/25/2004 kip
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4.3.6.1.8.A.1
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Knowledge Code: J28
(Refer to figure 27, area 3.) When flying over Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge, a pilot should fly no lower than
*A) 2,000 feet AGL.
B) 2,500 feet AGL.
C) 3,000 feet AGL.
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Modified: 4/4/2007 HABpilot
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4.3.6.1.9.A.1
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Knowledge Code: J34
(Refer to figure 23, area 2 and legend 1.) For information about the parachute jumping and glider operations at Silverwood Airport, refer to
*A) the Airport/Facility Directory.
B) the Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) publication.
C) notes on the border of the chart.
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Modified: 3/25/2004 kip
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4.3.6.2.0.A.1
PAR PGL PBG PBH PLA PRG PRH RPA RPG RPH PAT PGT PHT
Knowledge Code: J37
(Refer to figure 23, area 1.) The visibility and cloud clearance requirements to operate VFR during daylight hours over Wall Airport at less than 1,200 feet AGL are
A) 3 miles and 1,000 feet above, 500 feet below, and 2,000 feet horizontally from each cloud.
B) 1 mile and 1,000 feet above, 500 feet below, and 2,000 feet horizontally from each cloud.
*C) 1 mile and clear of clouds.
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Modified: 3/1/2004 kip
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