Markings which consist of pairs of three, then two and then one rectangular bar(s) on each side of the runway centerline, 500 feet apart, identify the __________.
A(n) ___________ consists of white arrows which point in the direction of landing, replacing the runway centerline, and beginning at the non-landing portion to the threshold bar.
Touchdown Zone Lighting (TDZl) and Runway Centerline Lights System (RClS) are two types of ___________.
_________ consist of a pair of synchronized white flashing strobe lights located laterally on each side of the runway.
Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL)
At airports with an operating control tower, clearance is required to operate in all areas EXCEPT:
Two thousand feet vertical separation is always required for IFR flight above _________ to FL600.
To apply the lateral departure divergence rule, departing aircraft must be assigned specified headings which diverge by at least ____ degrees.
Standard radar separation provided by an en route facility between two aircraft at FL270 is _____ miles.
True/False: When two aircraft are departing the same runway, the tower controller must ensure that the second aircraft does not begin its takeoff roll until the first aircraft has crossed the departure end of the runway.
To clear aircraft to hold over different fixes at the same altitude, you must ensure that all ________.
holding pattern airspace areas do not overlap
The standard minimum longitudinal non-radar separation between two aircraft using DME is _____ minutes or _____ miles.
Which radar system uses both a ground-based interrogator and an aircraft-based transponder?
What is a radio detection device which provides information on the range, azimuth, and/or elevation of objects?
Which radar system relies on reflected radio signals and does NOT require equipment in aircraft?
What is the electronic device that permits radar presentations only from targets in motion?
Moving Target Indicator (MTI)
What causes Anomalous Propagation clutter on primary radar systems?
Moisture in the air bending the radar signal
What causes temperature inversion clutter on primary radar systems?
Warm air over cool air deflecting the radar signal
The primary radar clutter caused by dropping large amounts of shredded foil is called _______ jamming.
Secondary radar interference caused by a transponder replying excessively is called __________.
What is an advantage of a secondary radar system?
Radar responses are not degraded by weather or ground clutter.
A Military Operations Area consists of airspace of defined dimensions established for the purpose of ___________.
separating certain military training activities from IFR traffic
What airspace is generally established from the surface to 4,000 feet above the airport elevation and has an operational control tower?
Airspace of defined dimensions, confined activities, and limitations imposed on nonusers is identified as _________ airspace.