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IRC MQF June 2020
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1. AFMAN 11-202V3 provides broad guidance and cannot address every situation. Aircrew will:
Will seek clarification and use sound judgement in the absence of specific guidance.
Ref: AFMAN11-202V3 10062020 pg. 21
3. The PIC will ensure compliance with AFMAN 11-202V3 and the following:
HAF, MAJCOM, and MDS-specific manuals, FLIP and FCG
ATC clearances, NOTAMS, aircraft T.O.
Combatant Commander's instructions including other associated directives.
Ref: AFMAN11-202V3 10062020 pg. 29
4. When operationally necessary, PICs are authorized to conduct military flight operations with due regard:
In intentional airspace and IAW FLIP General Planning (GP)
Ref: AFMAN11-202V3 10062020 pg. 21
5. A PIC may only deviate from AFMAN 11-202V3, flight rule, or ATC clearance:
When an in-flight emergency requires immediate action.
6. When deviating from an ATC clearance:
Notify ATC of the action taken as soon as possible
The PIC will verbally report the incident to a supervisor and commander within 48 hours
The PIC shall make a detailed verbal record.
7. (T/F) MAJCOM/A3 approves operational use of CNS and navigation safety systems.
9. (T/F) USAF aircraft cockpits and UAS control stations must always be capable of providing full-time attitude, altitude, and airspeed information, and the capability to recognize, confirm, and recover from unusual attitudes in all pilot positions.
10. (T/F) In actual instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) or when there is no discernible visual horizon, an HQ USAF/A3O-endorsed PFR shall be displayed in the pilot flying position.
11. (T/F) Crew rest is compulsory for aircrew members prior to performing any duties involving aircraft operations and is a minimum of 12 non-duty hours before the Flight Duty Period (FDP) begins. Crew rest is free time and includes time for meals, transportation, and rest. This time must include an opportunity for at least 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep.
12. The maximum FDP for a tanker/transport aircraft with sleeping provisions and an augmented aircrew is:
13. The maximum flying time is _____ flight hours per 30 consecutive days is:
14. All of the following limits a person's readiness for flight duty except:
Anytime the crewmember has obtained the appropriate crew rest
15. (T/F) Aircrew who require corrective spectacles will carry a backup set of clear MAJCOM-approved corrective lenses while performing aircrew duties.
16. A pressurized Air Force aircraft is cruising at FL270. Cabin altitude is being maintained at 8,000 feet. Which of the following oxygen requirements apply to passengers onboard this aircraft?
Oxygen Available. Carry or place portable oxygen units or extra oxygen outlets with masks throughout the cabin/cargo area so that any person has quick access to oxygen should a loss of pressurization occur.
17. (T/F) In the absence of MAJCOM guidance, the PIC may authorize the use of PEDs at or above 10,000 ft. MSL with the transmitter OFF (e.g., Airplane Mode).
18. Crew members must occupy their assigned duty station from takeoff to landing unless:
Absence is necessary to perform duties in connection with the operation of the aircraft or physiological needs.
19. Inflight reporting. Report:
Hazardous laser illumination events
Hazardous weather conditions
Large concentrations of birds or wildlife on or near the airfield.
20. During cruise at FL270, your aircraft loses total cabin pressurization. If passengers are on board:
Initiate an immediate descent to the lowest practical altitude, preferably below 18,000 ft. MSL. Do not allow the cabin altitude to remain above FL270 unless occupants are wearing functional pressure suits.
21. When you observe or suspect an occupant of your aircraft is suffering the effects of decompression sickness, you should:
Descend as soon as practical and land at the nearest suitable installation where medical assistance can be obtained as well as administer 100 percent oxygen to the occupant.
22. Aircraft equipped with anti-collision or strobe lights must be illuminated:
Prior to engine start until engine shutdown
May be turned off or reduced in intensity if they affect performance of duties
23. If equipped, landing lights should be turned on when:
When operating below 10,000 ft MSL within normal MDS-specific operating procedures.
24. At night, fixed-wing aircraft must not operate from a runway unless:
It is outlined with operable lighting or high-intensity runway reflective markers.
25. When responding to Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) alerts:
Pilots shall respond to all Resolution Advisories (RAs) as directed by the TCAS system, unless doing so would jeopardize the safe operation of the aircraft (e.g., descent into obstacles)
Pilots who deviate from an ATC clearance in response to an RA shall notify ATC of the deviation as soon as practical and promptly return to the current ATC clearance when the traffic conflict is resolved or obtain a new clearance
Do not deviate from an assigned ATC clearance based solely on Traffic Alert (TA) information
26. (T/F) The pilot in command must have a current Instrument qualification if any portion of the intended flight will be conducted in IMC or under IFR.
27. Plan missions to the maximum extent possible. Obtain current and relevant information at all possible opportunities, including:
FLIP, to include appropriate navigational and plotting charts with current vertical obstructions
As applicable: Space Based Augmentation System coverage and NOTAMS, and air traffic management Service Availability
28. Flying unit commander will ensure off-station training is planned:
To achieve valid training requirements
Presents a positive view of the USAF
Does not create an appearance of government waste or abuse occurs
29. Aircrew may file to or land USAF aircraft at US civil public airports when:
In an emergency
Necessary in the recovery of active air defense interceptor aircraft
The wing commander or higher authority approves the flight and the airport manager grants permission in advance
30. Aircrew may file to or land USAF aircraft at US civil public airports when:
Flying a helicopter or C-coded aircraft (e.g., C-130, C-12, C-40)
A US Government tenant unit (e.g., ANG, USCG) is listed for the airport of intended landing and airport facilities or ground support equipment can support the aircraft concerned
An alternate is required and no other suitable airport is available
31. (T/F) When converting RVR to PV for a straight-in approach, use the tables in the front of the Terminal Procedures Publication and use the lower value; do not interpolate.
32. (T/F) Aircrew members may use any FLIP product issued to them regardless of date, completeness, legibility, familiarity of procedures, or language.
33. Formats which are rendered from a database or which do not maintain the original size, scale, format, or color may be authorized by your:
34. Obtain and use information or publications from:
From US Government sources
35. During your preflight weather briefing for an IFR flight, the visibility at your destination is forecast to be less than that required for the approach you intend to fly due to a TEMPO condition. The TEMPO condition:
Is not restrictive for destination filing purposes, but an alternate may be required.
36. A fixed-wing IFR flight is planned to a destination at which an RNAV (GPS) approach (published minimums 400-2) is the only compatible approach. Forecast weather for ETA +/- 1 hr includes a TEMPO condition of a 2000 foot ceiling and 4 miles visibility. Which of the following is true?
The pilot is required to designate an alternate because the required NAVAID is GPS
37. Regardless of weather, pilots must designate an alternate airport on all IRF flight plans when filing to a destination where:
The point of intended landing's LCA minimums are greater than or equal to 1500' ceiling or 3 SM vis
Required NAVAIDS are unmonitored
The destination has no weather reporting capabilities
38. When flying under VFR and conditions prevent completing the mission under VFR:
Alter the route of flight and continue under VFR
Maintain VFR until obtaining an IFR clearance
Maintain VFR and land at a suitable location
39. (T/F) File a flight plan in accordance with FLIP GP or MAJCOM guidance.
40. By filing a flight plan, the PIC certifies:
The flight plan has been reviewed for completeness and accuracy
The flight was authorized in accordance with AFI-11-401
Complies with Mission Planning Requirements
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