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The TCAS switch on the AAP controls the transponder power for normal air traffic control functions.
A. True
B. False
Answer: A
Misc Controls
When the mode switch on the the AAP is place in the NORM position, which of the following is true?
A. NAV Backup Control Panel is active
B. NAB Backup Control Panel is active
C. UHF, VHF, VID, and TACAN systems are controlled by the MDP via the UFCP
D. All of the above
Answer: C
Misc Controls
The channel select button on the UHF Backup Control Panel ___.
A. Selects the next preset channel when depressed
B. Toggles between prest and manual freq selection
C. Toggles between the Main and Both modes of operation
D. Alternately applies and removes squelch
Answer: B
Misc Controls
Describve the steps to change the freq associated with a channel on the UHF Backup Control Panel.
Answer:
A. Press and hold the channel select button for more than three seconds.
B. Rotate the freq/channel selector to the disired channel. The letter P will be displayed in front of the channel number to indicate that the program mode is active.
C. Press the mode button which will cause the freq row to start flashing.
D. Enter the new freq with the freq/channel selector knob.
E. Momentarily press the mode button to set the new preset. Press the channel select button to exit the program mode.
Misc Controls
In the event of MDP failure, the NAV Backup Control Panel can be used to select any ___ frequency.
A. VOR or ILS
B. VOR, ILS or VHF
C. VOR, ILS or UHF
D. VOR, TACAN or NDB
Answer: A
Misc Controls
When the ON/OFF switch on the NAV Backup Control Panel is in the BRG position, what information is displayed?
A. Displays bearing to the selected TACAN station
B. Displays bearing to the selected VOR station if received
C. Displays bearing to the selected ILS station if received
D. Both B and C above
Answer: B
Misc Controls
Placing the microphone switch onthe rear cockpit audio panel to the HOT position enables hot mic for that cockpit only.
A. True
B. False
Answer: B
Misc Controls
Placing the TCAS SIL/ACT swith in the SIL position inhibits the aural traffic warning generated by the TCAS.
A. True
B. False
Answer: A
MIsc Controls
To quickly return to the primary flight reference (PFR) display on the mFD, press the ___ on the HOTAS.
A. Master Mode Switch (MMS)
B. Weapon Mode Switch (WMS)
C. Default Display Switch (DDS)
D. Nose Wheel Steering button (Weight Off Wheels)
Answer: C
Misc Controls
Pressing the PTT in both cockpits at the same time on different radios (i.e. UHF and VHF) will result in transmissions from both pilots on different frequencies simultaneously.
A. True
B. False
Answer: A
Misc Controls
The standby instruments are provided for use as backup flight instruments if the primary flight reference system malfunctions.
A. True
B. False
Answer: A
Misc Controls
With power failure, the standby attitude indicator will provide a minimum of ___ minutes of useful attitude information.
A. 3
B. 6
C. 9
D. 15
Answer: C
Misc Controls
Each functional display on the EED, such as the EGT indicator is formatted to include an analog scale, moving, digital readout, and color-coded range and limit makers.
A. True
B. False
Answer: A
Misc Controls
When an individual internal EED sensor fails, such as the tachometer RPM sending unit, the pointer and digital readout display are blanked and replace with ___.
A. 000
B. ---(dashes)
C. FAIL
D. OFF
Answer: C
Misc Controls
When a RPM or EGT limit is exceeded on the EED, this will be indicated by ___. (Select more than one.)
A. The white pointer and display title turning red
B. The individual display title flashing
C. The center digital number turning red only on the EGT display
D. The number exceeded turns red on the perimeter of the dial
Answer: A,C
Misc Controls
The VTR will record the MFD, HUD or both when the following event occurs:
A. The VTR tape is inserted in the VTR
B. Select the VTR page on the UFCP and toggle from STOP to MFD, HUD, or CMB as desired.
C. The landing gear lever is raised
D. The landing gear lever is lowered
Answer: D
Misc Controls
Which of the following is NOT a selectable VTR recording mode?
A. HUD
B. Front MFD
C. Rear MFD
D. Front and rear MFD combined
Answer: B
Misc Controls
The Data Transfer System (DTS), consisting of the Data Transfer Drive (DTD) and Data Transfer Cartridge (DTC), is used to upload/download mission data stored in the aircraft ___.
A. Air Data Computer (ADC)
B. Mission Display Processor (MDP)
C. Video Tape Recorder (VTR)
D. Multi Function Display (MFD)
Answer: D
Misc Controls
When loading data to or from the MDP and DTC via the DTS menus on the MFD, a data transfer failure is indicted by:
A. A red flashing "LOAD" title on the DTS display
B. A "NO TRANSFER" message on the DTS display
C. A flashing title for the applicable data item on the DTS display
D. A red title crossed out with a horzontal line for the applicable data item on the DTS display
Answer: A
Misc Controls
Initiation and termination of MDP data recording are normally automatic, but either crewmember can manually select this option via the MFD.
A. True
B. False
Answer: B
Misc Controls
The UFCP is inoperative if the MDP fails or is off
A. True
B. False
Answer: A
UFCP
What does the [down arrow] symbol indicate when it is displayed next to a window item?
A. The function/setting is active or selected
B. A menu page is below the current level which can be accessed by pressing the adjacent OSB
C. The selected item is toggled or cycled between options or settings by pressing the adjacent OSB
D. The item displayed in the window below can be selected by pressing the adjacent OSB
Answer: B
UFCP
The U BRT rocker switch on the UFCP controls the brightness of the panel window displays, LED, OSBs, and all function and control keys.
A. True
B. False
Answer: B
UFCP
In which of the following cases must the ENT key on the UFCP be pressed to complete the data entry?
A. After the last character is entered fillin a fixed length field
B. After the last character is entered filling a non-fixed length field
C. After the last character is entered and less than the entire non-fixed length field is filled
D. After the last character is entered in all cases regardless of the number of characters or type of field
Answer: C
UFCP
What is teh indication that you have entered invalid data on the UFCP?
A. The invalid data display flashes
B. The data display will change to all dashes in the field
C. The last valid data will reappear and flash
D. The data will be erased from the window and the display will be blank
Answer: A
UFCP
If a typing error is made on the UFCP before all of the data has been entered, pressing ___ will clear the field and display dashes again for reentry of the correct data.
A. The RTN key
B. The ETN key
C. any function key
D. the adjacent OSB
Answer: D
UFCP
Which of the following methods can be used to return from a function display's primary page to the basic display?
A. Press the RTN key
B. Press the current function key again
C. Wait approx 20 seconds, and return will be automatic from all function displays if no other inputs are made
D. Both A and B above
Answer: D
UFCP
The function displays are manually selected by pressing the applicable function key and are enabled regardless of the current display or operating range.
A. True
B. False
Answer: A
UFCP
The normal ATC transponde codd (IFF squawk) is set or changed on the ___.
A. EGI function display
B. SET function display
C. IFF function display
D. FPL function display
Answer: C
UFCP
If the MDP is powered down and back up during flight due to an electrical malfunction, the current (barometric press) altimeter setting will need to be reentered if it is other than the default setting of 29.92.
A. True
B. False
Answer: A
UFCP
The primary flight display (PFR) can be selected directly from any MFD display using either the PFR/HSD MOSB
or default display switch on the control stick.
a. True
b. False
Answer: A
MFD
Which of following MFD controls/displays is used to select the course displayed in the CRS window?
a. Numeric menu display MOSBs
b. Course menu display MOSBs
c. Course select rocker
d. Manual heading select rocker
Answer: C
MFD
Which of the following actions is the correct procedure for selecting the single letter “B” on the alphabetic menu?
(Refer to Figure 4-3)
a. Press ML-1 once
b. Press ML-1 once followed by MB-6 (NEXT)
c. Press ML-1 twice delaying at least one second in between button depressions
d. Press ML-1 twice without delaying in between button depressions
Answer: D
MFD
Which of the following methods can be used to clear/correct an invalid data entry or option selection that continues
to blink after the validity test?
a. For cyclical option selections, press the MOSB again to select another (valid) option.
b. For menu entries, press the adjacent MOSB again to restart the data entry process, then reenter valid data.
c. Press one of the other active MOSBs, which will clear the selection/entry and display the last valid
option/data.
d. All of the above.
Answer: D
MFD
The “arm” extending from the Nadir and Zenith symbols on the EADI always point in the direction of the nearest
horizon, except at exactly 90° dive/climb angle when they point towards the ghost horizon line.
a. True
b. False
Answer: A
MFD
What do the minimum and maximum G values that are displayed with oversized ticks on the G meter scale
indicate for a clean aircraft?
a. The absolute minimum/maximum G limits that remain unchanged during the flight.
b. The current minimum/maximum G limits that are calculated and updated based on fuel quantity/maneuver.
c. The current minimum/maximum Gs that have been obtained and recorded during the flight.
d. The minimum/maximum G limits of the display scale.
Answer: B
MFD
Which type of intruder aircraft does the red square [ ■ ] symbol represent on the EHSI/HSD TCAS display?
a. Threat aircraft at RA level
b. Threat aircraft at TA level
c. Proximity aircraft
d. Non-threat aircraft
Answer: A
MFD
Which of the following TCAS display scales (range in NM) is the default setting?
a. 2.5 NM
b. 5.0 NM
c. 10 NM
d. 20 NM
e. None of the above
Answer: C
MFD
Which of following is true when a PFL failure is detected?
a. A flashing AVIONICS caution message is displayed on the HUD and MFD.
b. The detected failure is recorded on both the PFL and MFL, which can be viewed via the MALF display.
c. The detected failure will be removed from the PFL if it no longer exists, but it will remain on the MFL.
d. All of the above are true.
Answer: D
MFD
Which of the following flight reference displays are available on the MFD backup display with MDP failure?
a. EADI and EHSI
b. Indicated airspeed
c. Pressure altitude
d. All of the above
Answer: A
MFD
How many Training Zones can be downloaded from the DTC and available for display on the MFD HSD?
a. 5
b. 10
c. 20
d. 40
Answer: B
MFD
What information does the Divert modes Range (RNG) profile display?
a. The flight profile for an optimum climb/cruise best range airspeed and altitude to the currently selected steer
point using minimum fuel.
b. The flight profile intended to achieve maximum endurance at the current altitude and the time remaining to
reach Bingo fuel.
c. The flight profile intended to achieve maximum range at the current altitude and the time remaining to the
current steer point.
d. The flight profile intended to achieve maximum range at the current altitude and the estimated fuel remaining
over the current steer point.
Answer: D
MFD
In the NAV master mode with the landing gear retracted, the F–16 HUD velocity scale and indicator can be
changed on the UFCP to display GS, TAS, or CAS.
a. True
b. False
Answer: A
HUD
Which of the following statements is true regarding the F–16 HUD display when the landing gear handle is
lowered?
a. The TD box is removed with destination point 326 selected.
b. The AOA symbol, 2.5° pitch/dive line, and VVI are displayed.
c. The velocity scale and indicator display CAS only.
d. All of the above are true.
Answer: D
HUD
Which of the following statements is true concerning the commanded airspeed indication on the HUD?
a. With the gear handle up, the commanded airspeed marker indicates the maximum range airspeed at the current
altitude as computed by the MDP.
b. With the gear handle up, the commanded airspeed marker indicates the optimum airspeed at the current
altitude as computed by the MDP.
c. With the gear handle down, the commanded airspeed marker indicates the MDP-computed airspeed for the
approach based on the current fuel weight.
d. With the gear handle down, the commanded airspeed marker indicates the airspeed that is manually set by the
pilot on the UFCP SET page.
Answer: D
HUD
The bearing arrow and radial readout on the F–16 HUD always display information to the selected VOR station
whenever a valid signaled is received.
a. True
b. False
Answer: B
HUD
What would be indicated by the value “B+1000” in the second row of the digital fuel data block on the HUD?
a. The total fuel remaining is 1000 pounds.
b. The BINGO fuel setting is 1000 pounds.
c. The amount of fuel remaining above BINGO is 1000 pounds.
d. The estimated fuel remaining upon landing is 1000 pounds if recovery is initiated at BINGO.
Answer: D
HUD
Which of following conditions would result in a blank RALT display on the HUD?
a. The RALT system is OFF.
b. A malfunction of the RALT system.
c. The aircraft altitude is out of the RALT limits.
d. Any of the above conditions may result in a blank RALT display.
Answer: D
HUD
Which of the following is true about the CDI display on the HUD?
a. A maximum of two dots are displayed at any time.
b. No dots are displayed when the deviation is less than one-half dot.
c. For a deviation greater than two dots, the CDI arrow is fixed in a position equal to 2.4 dots.
d. All of the above are true.
Answer: D
HUD
Which of following is true about the visual WARNING, CAUTION and ADVISORY alerts displayed in the HUD
message window?
a. All alert messages are displayed boxed and flashing on the HUD for 15 seconds and then are removed.
b. If more than one alert is activated simultaneously, each alert is displayed for 15 seconds beginning with the
highest priority alert.
c. Priority warning alerts can only be removed from the HUD by eliminating the cause for the alert.
d. Alert messages are removed from the HUD when the cause of the alert is eliminated or the ACK button is
pressed on the UFCP.
Answer: D
HUD
When the declutter function is selected with the DCL key on the UFCP, on which of the following displays will the
preselected items be removed from?
a. HUD only
b. MFD only
c. HUD and MFD
d. HUD, MFD, and EED
Answer: A
HUD
The RA symbol generated by the TCAS on the HUD, displays the vertical zone that the pilot needs to enter to
avoid the traffic conflict (i.e., climb/descend so that the FPM is inside the displayed zone).
a. True
b. False
Answer: B
HUD
Which of the following statements is true about the T–38C warning/caution/advisory system when the MDP fails
or is OFF?
a. The warning/caution/advisory system would not be affected at all.
b. The entire warning/caution/advisory system would be inoperative.
c. The warning/caution/advisory system would operate normally, but the ACK button on the UFCP would be
inoperative so you would not be able to remove the alert indications.
d. The visual/aural alerts would be inoperative since they are MDP–generated, but the existing caution and
warning system (MASTER CAUTION light and caution light panel) would still operate normally.
Answer: D
Abnormal Operations
The visual ALTITUDE, STALL, and GEAR warnings displayed on the HUD/MFD are also accompanied by aural
warning tones.
a. True
b. False
Answer: A
Abnormal Operations
Which of the following statements is true about the visual and aural GEAR warning indications when activated?
a. All landing gear warning indications can be removed by pressing the silence button next to the gear handle.
b. All landing gear warning indications can be removed by pressing the ACK button on the UFCP.
c. Only the aural gear warning tone is removed by pressing the silence button next to the gear handle.
d. Only the aural gear warning tone is removed by pressing the ACK button on the UFCP.
Answer: C
Abnormal Operations
A blinking CAUTION appears on the HUD and MFD whenever the MASTER CAUTION light illuminates, and is
removed when the MASTER CAUTION light is pressed.
a. True
b. False
Answer: A
Abnormal Operations
Which of the following EGI advisory messages on the HUD is displayed during a GC alignment on the ground to
indicate the EGI is still in the coarse alignment phase, and that the aircraft should not be moved?
a. WAIT
b. ATT
c. DEGRADED
d. LEVEL
Answer: A
Abnormal Operations
Only the most recent alert is displayed on the HUD/MFD when there is more than one alert activated at a time.
a. True
b. False
Answer: B
Abnormal Operations
configurations would be correct if you want to operate the UHF radio only?
a. Turn battery switch ON, AAP mode switch to UHF B/U position, and UHF backup panel knob to ON.
b. Turn battery switch ON, ACP audio amplifier switch to B/U, and UHF backup panel knob to ON.
c. Turn right generator switch ON, AAP mode switch to NORM, UFCP ON/OFF button to ON, and press UHF
function key on UFCP.
d. Turn right generator switch ON, AAP MDP switch to ON, and UHF backup panel knob to ON.
Answer: A
Abnormal Operations
With just battery (DC) power (i.e., AC generators and transformer rectifier units are inoperative), electrical
components on the non-essential DC bus are not powered, to include both UFCPs.
a. True
b. False
Answer: A
Abnormal Operations
Which of the following key avionics components would be inoperative with a total MDP failure?
a. HUD and UFCP
b. MFD
c. EED
d. All of the above.
Answer: A
Abnormal Operations
Which of the following statements is true when the RPM or oil pressure exceeds the operating limits or the EGT
displays an overtemperature?
a. a.The MASTER CAUTION light is illuminated and an avionics alert is activated on the HUD/MFD.
b. The pointer on the applicable EED display turns red.
c. An ENGINE caution is generated on the HUD / MFD.
d. The ACK button can be pressed to remove the red pointer or title exceedance indications on the EED.
e. b. and c. above.
f. All of the above.
Answer: B
Abnormal Operations