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Who is responsible for the control of airborne aircraft except when control is assigned to other authority?
Operations Officer
Who is responsible to the operations officer for coordination of all matters pertaining to flight operations, the proper functionsing of the CATCC and shall determine the type of approach and required degree of control?
Air Operations Officer
Who determines the case launch and/or recovery, and is also responsible for visual control of all aircraft operating in the carrier control zone?
Air Officer
Who is responsible for the visual control of aircraft in the terminal phase of the approach immediately prior to landing?
Landing Signal Officer
Who is responsible for the safe and orderly conduct of the flight?
Pilot
Who is responsible for mission control of aircraft assigned to him?
Combat Direction Cednter Officer
What are case I weather minimums?
Ceiling and Visibility in the carrier control zone are no lower than 3,000 feet and 5NM respectively
What are case II weather minimums?
Ceiling and Visibility in the carrier control zone are no lower than 1,000 feet and 5NM respectively
What are case III weather minimums?
Ceiling and Visibility in the carrier contorl zone are lower than 1,000 feet and 5NM respectively; or at nightime departure or recovery (one-half hour after sunset and one-half hour before sunrise)
When shall positive control be utilized?
For fixed wing ceiling less then 1,000 feet and visibility less than 5 miles; for helicopter's ceiling less then 500 feet and visibility 1 mile or less; between one-half hour after sunset and one-half hour before sunrise except as modified by the OTC or carrier commanding officer; madatory letdown in thunderstorm areas; and in other situations where supervisor personnel can anticipate weather phenomena.
What type of control is utilized when the traffic density in an operating area requires a higher degree of control for safety of flight than required under visual flight rules?
Advisor Control
What type of control shall be utilized only when aircraft are operating VMC outside controlled airspace and the responsibility for separation from other traffic can be safely assumed by the pilot?
Monitor Control
What type of contgrol shall be used when shipboard radar is inoperative or so degraded as to be inadequate to provide radar separation of air traffic under conditions normally requiring contorl?
Nonradar Control
Who is responsible for setting the proper HERO conditions for control of radar and radio emissions while handling ordnance susceptible to RF energy?
Opeations Officer
What is the minimum lateral separation for aircraft operating 50 miles or more from the monitoring antenna?
5 miles
What is the minimum lateral separation for aircraft operating less then 50 miles for the monitoring antenna?
3 miles
Aircraft on a designated approach or established downwind and inside 12 miles shall be separated laterally by?
a minimum of 2 miles
Aircraft established on final within 5 miles shall be separated laterall by a minimum of what?
1 1/2 miles
Jet and turboprop aircraft operating at altitudes up to and including FL290 shall be separated vertically by?
1,000 feet
Vertical separation may be reduced to what when aircraft are inside of 10NM of the ship?
800 feet
Helicopters shall be separated vertically by what?
500 feet
CATCC shall conduct radio checks with the plane guard helicopter at least every how many minutes during Case III?
20 minutes
The designated SAR helicopter is "on station" when operating within ____ NM (day) or ____ NM (night) of the carrier.
20, 10
HEFOE Squawks first digit

0
ok
HEFOE Squawks first digit

1
Hydraulic
HEFOE Squawks first digit

2
Electrcal
HEFOE Squawks first digit

3
Fuel
HEFOE Squawks first digit

4
Oxygen
HEFOE Squawks first digit

5
Engine
Assistance Required Squawks

All 7
Mode I squawks indicate no receiver and no NAVAID(s)
Assistance Required Squawks

70
Desire tanker to join
Assistance Required Squawks

71
Intend Bingo
Assistance Required Squawks

72
Desire aircraft to assist
Limited Communication squawks

60
Aux. Rec. (ADF) channel _____
LImited Communication Squawks

61
No NAVAID(s) Rec. on channel _____
The aircraft shall be spotted on the catapult or in a position affording a clear route to the catapult, and the aircraft's crew shall be ready for flight in all aspects is considered what condition?
Condition I
When flightcrews are not required in the aircraft but they shall be on the flight deck near their aircraft or inside the island structure at the flgith deck level is considered what condition?
Condition II
What is the condition when flightcrews shall be in full flight gear, briefed, and standing by the ready rooms?
Condition III
What condition is when minor maintenance may be performed on the aircraft is no delay in laund is involved.
Condition IV
What is the minimum standard separation between departure radials under instrument conditions?
20 degrees
Single-piloted aircraft shall no be required to change radio frequencies or IFF/SIF codes after alunch until at least ____ feet of altitude has been reached and the aircraft is in a climbing, wings-level attitude.
2,500
When in IMC, this is a mandatory report for departing aircraft passing FL180 (or assigned departure altitude if lower) if not on top?
Popeye
Describe Csse II jet departure procedures?
After a clearing turn, proceed straight ahead at 500 feet paralleling the BRC. At 7NM, turn to intercept the 10NM arc, maintaing visual conditions until established on the departure radial. The 500 foot restriction is lifted after 7NM if the climb can be continued in visual contidions. Jets shall maintain 300 knots until VMC on top.
Describe Case II turboprop aircraft departure procedures?
After a clearing turn, parallel the BRC at 500 feet. At 6NM, turn to intercept the 7NM arc, maintaining visual conditions until established outbound on the departure readial. Maintain 500 feet until 12NM on the departure radial.
Descrbe case II COD aircraft departure procedures?
Will depart straight ahead unless otherwise directed and maintain 500 feet until 12NM.
What is the minimum launch interval between jet aircraft during case III departures?
30 seconds
When possible, a ____ second interval will be provided when launching a jet aircraft following a turboprop.
60
Describe Case III jet aircraft departure procedures?
Climb staight ahead accelerating at 300 knots crossing 5NM at 1,500 feet or above. At 7NM, execute turn to fly the 10NM arc until intercepting the departure radial.
Describe Case III turboprop aircraft departure procedures?
Climb straight ahead to 1,000 feet, accelerating to 250 knots after level-off. At 5NM, turn to intercept the 7NM arc and arc to the departrue radial. Maintain 1,000 feet until 12NM on the departure radial.
Describe Case III COD departure procedures?
depart straight ahead unless otherwise directed and maintain1,000 feet until 12NM.
Where do Case II/III aircraft rendezvous?
between 20 and 50 miles from the carrier on the left side of the departure radial at a prebriefed altitude.
Describe Case III helicopter departure procedures?
After takeoff, they shall climb straight ahead to 300 feet and arc within 3 miles to intercept the assigned departure radial. The climb to departure altitude will be commenced on the departure radial outside 12NM.
Where will transient helicopters approaching the carrier for landing contact marshal control?
at least 25 miles out
Where will aircraft be switched to tower control after reporting the ship in sight ("see you")?
10NM
Describe the jet and truboprop port holding pattern?
a left-hand pattern tangent to the BRC or expected BRC with the ship in the 3-o'clock position and a maximum diameter of 5NM.
Where shall flights be established at their assigned port holding pattern altitude?
10NM prior to entering the pattern
What is the minimum altitude assignment for a port holding pattern?
2,000 feet MSL
What is the minimum vertical separation between holding altitudes?
1,000 feet
At what altitude is the spin pattern flown and within how many miles of the ship?
1,200 feet; 3NM
Wha tis the max number of aircraft in the spin pattern?
6
No aircraft shall break more than ____ miles ahead of the ship.
4NM
What is the altitude of the laning pattern?
600 feet
Describe the COD starboard holding pattern?
a right-hand racetrack pattern between 45 degrees and 135 degrees relative at 500 feet or at 1,000 feet if approved by the air boss, oriented on the ship's heading with the closest point of approach no closer than 1NM.
At what altitude shall helicopters proceed to the starboard holding pattern?
300 feet or below.
Entry to the break shall be made at ____ feet. All breaks shall be level. Letdown to ____ feet shall commence when established downwind.
800 feet; 600 feet
What Case recoveries shall not be conducted concurrently?
Case II and Case III
Describe the marshal pattern for jet/turboprop aircraft?
180 degrees relative to the expected final bearing at a distance of 1 mile for every 1,000 feet of altitude plus 15 miles (angles + 15). The holding pattern is a left-hand, 6 minute race track pattern. The inbound leg shall pass over the holding fix. In no case will the base altitude be lower than 6,000 feet.
Describe the primary TACAN marshal for helicopters?
110 Radial relative to the expected final bearing at a distance of 1 mile for every 500 feet of altitude, starting at 1,000 feet and 5 miles. The holding pattern is a right-hand racetrach pattern with 2NM legs.
Describe the emergency marshal holding pattern?
150 degrees relative to the expected final bearing at a distance of 1 mile for every 1,000 feet of altitude plus 15 miles (angles + 15). Lowest altitude for assignment is 6,000 feet for turboprop/jet.
Fixed wing aircraft normally will be separated by a minimum of ____ feet vertically. Helicopters shall be separated by a minimum of ____ feet vertically.
1,000 feet; 500 feet.
When overhead marshal is utilized, the assigned outbound penetration bearing shall be updated during recovery to maintain a minimum of ____ clockwise from the reciprocal of the final bearing.
25 degrees
Unless weather or operating circumstances dictate otherwise, aircraft departing marshal will normally be separated by?
1 minute
Who shall establish approach minimums that reflect significant changes in operational capabilities, such as may be occasioned by decreased proficiency fo the CATCC or embarked air wing?
The Commanding Officer
Define platform?
A point in space where an aircraft descent rate changes from 4,000 feet per minute to 2,000 feet per minute.
At what point shall aircraft commence transition to a landing configuration?
10NM fix. The 8NM fix is the absolute minimum for landing configuration transition.
Jet and turboprop aircraft shall pass through the 6-mile DME fix at ____ feet altitude, 150 knot, in the landing configuration and commence slowing to final approach speed.
1,200 feet
The signal Delta shall be accompanied by the number of minutes of delay (even increments by never less than ____) required to resume recovery operations.
4
Who is charged with the overall control of the VMC landing pattern and is assisted by the LSO
Air Officer
Helicopters shall not cross within ____ miles of a ship's bow and within ____ miles of a ship's stern without specific approval of the air officer.
5; 3
Case I/II recovery tanker's maintain a minimum of what altitude in the pattern?
1,500 feet
Describe the recovery tanker pattern for Case I/II recoveries?
Minimum pattern altitude shall be 1,500 feet. This pattern is a left-hand circle within 5NM of the CV during launch and recover operations.
Describe the Case III recovery tanker pattern?
The recovery tanker pattern shall be assigned by departure control. It shall be at least 1,000 feet above the overcast or VMC between layers, but not less than 2,500 feet MSL.
Define "Hawk"?
Closely monitor a particular aircraft that is a potential receiver, for the tanker.
Where shall the tanker position itself on a potential receiver?
at the 2 o'clock position of the low-state aircraft as it bolters or waves off.
What is the minimum altitude for rendezvous during day? Night?
1,500 feet; 2,500 feet
Unless specail circumstances exist, the tanker should no proceed more than ____ miles ahead of the ship. The downwind leg should be ____ to ____ miles abeam and tanking should be completed prior to reaching a point ____ miles astern to allow for proper pattern entry.
10 miles; 3 to 5 miles; 6 miles
What are the weather minimums for a jet nonprecision approach?
600 - 1 1/4
What are the weather minimums for a jet mode I approach
As certified
What are the weather minimums for a jet for a Mode IA, II, IID, IIT, III?
200 - 1/2
What are the weather minimums for a turboprop nonpercision approach?
400 - 1
What are the weather minimums for a turboprop ICLS approach?
300 - 3/4
What are the weather minimums for a turboprop mode II, IIT or III approach?
200 - 1/2
What are the weather minimums for a helicopter nonprecision approach?
300 - 3/4
What are the weather minimums for a helicopter Mode III approach?
200 - 1/2