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Assuming Control of Aircraft
Terms in this set (36)
What are the ways listed in the reading to locate a track on the OCUWS?
Track Number Hook (TN HOOK)
Mission Hook (MSN HOOK)
The most common electronic method of aircraft ID is through what>
What modes are used exclusively by the military?
Modes 1, 2, and 4
What mode is used to identify military aircraft on specific missions?
Is 83 a valid Mode 1 code?
No, First digit 0-7, second digit 0-3
Which mode is sometimes referred to as the personal identity code?
Which mode is used by civilian and military
In the Modular Control Equipment (MCE), Mode 3/C is referred to as what?
What mode provides a secure means of identifying friendly aircraft in a hostile environment?
NI-NS, VR, IR, NR are valid responses to what mode?
All aircraft traveling in Class A-D controlled airspace are required to squawk what?
Which airspace is the most common airspace is not required to squawk mode 3 or establish ATC communications?
Class E airspace
True or False
The primary means of identifying aircraft, during wartime, is mode 4 interrogation.
What method would be used for ID if an aircraft IFF/SIF transponder was inoperable?
Procedural ID methods are defined in the what?
The Airspace Control Plan (ACP)
What are the three types of procedural methods that can be used individually or in combination?
Corridors, Sanctuary Altitudes, and special maneuvers
What adds time-specific parameters to Procedural ID methods?
Airspace Control Order
An Minimum Risk Route is a type of what?
What are the four parameters that define a corridor?
Width of Boundary
What required aircraft to fly at specified altitudes when they are crossing the FEBA/FLOT as established by the ACO?
What are the three elements to Sanctuary Altitudes?
Using which procedural method does the WD/AWO direct a pilot to perform predetermined maneuvers?
What are the parameters for a Special Maneuver?
Turn Direction, Angle of Turn, Altitude, the amount of time to fly along a leg, and the effective start time
Where on the HDRO will it show Auto-ID information using the Auto-ID VFS?
Special Area (right hand side))
Using the Auto ID VFS, in Medium Threat Mode, a valid mode 4 is changed to what?
Assumed friend with a recommendation of Friend
Using the Auto ID VFS, in High Threat Mode, a valid mode 4 is automatically changed to what?
In High Threat Mode all tracks are automatically identified up to but not including what?
Being able to see the aircraft and being able to identify if it is friendly is an example of what?
Aircraft equipped with an Air-to-Air Interrogator can be used to interrogate modes and codes. This is an example of what?
Aircrew will provide C2 what information on Check-IN?
Lost Link emergency mission location (RPA)
What is the AWO/WD response to the aircrew during Check-In
Indicate negative/positive radar contact
Conduct IFF/SIF check (SWEET / SOUR)
Provide a brief situation update
"WORDS" on status of all packages supporting the mission
Working Frequency or net and TOD
What will the aircrew coordinate on check-out?
Callsigns, location, and recovery base
Playtime and Ordinance remaining
Mission results and intelligence
What will the Controlling Agency coordinate on check-out?
Recovery instructions including base status
Copy and relay in-flight reports or weather
Assist in MRR prodecures
What VFS must be completed in order to see the fighter aircraft back-link
ASSUME CONT VFS
The ASSUME CONT VFS & RLSE CONT VFS can be found under which FFS
AIR SP MGT & WPN CONT FFS
Which VFS is used to sent standard 28.2 messages?
SHORT TJXMIT VFS
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