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Q1- Reading the Sectional Chart- Latitude and Longitude
Q10- Load Factor
Q10A- Load Factor
Q10B- Load Factor
Q10C- Load Factor
Q11- What causes a stall?
Q11A- What causes a stall?
Q11B- What causes a stall?
Q11C- What causes a stall?
Q12- Load Factor
Q12A- Load Factor
Q12B- Load Factor
Q12C- Load Factor
Q13- who is responsible for briefing the participants about emergency procedures?
Q13A- who is responsible for briefing the participants about emergency procedures?
Q13B- Who is responsible for briefing the participants about emergency procedures?
Q13C- Who is responsible for briefing the participants about emergency procedures?
Q14- To whom must you report an altitude deviation?
Q14A- To whom must you report an altitude deviation?
Q14B- To whom must you report an altitude deviation?
Q14C- To whom must you report an altitude deviation?
Q15- Reading the Sectional Chart, Airport Patterns
Q15A- Reading the Sectional Chart, Airport Patterns
Q15B- Reading the Sectional Chart, Airport Patterns
Q15C- Reading the Sectional Chart, Airport Patterns
Q16- Scheduled maintenance protocol
Q16A- Scheduled maintenance protocol
Q16B- Scheduled maintenance protocol
Q16C- Scheduled maintenance protocol
Q17- Who is responsible to inspect the small UAS to ensure it is in a safe operating condition?
Q17A- Who is responsible to inspect the small UAS to ensure it is in a safe operating condition?
Q17B- Who is responsible to inspect the small UAS to ensure it is in a safe operating condition?
Q17C- Who is responsible to inspect the small UAS to ensure it is in a safe operating condition?
Q18- What attitude describes taking risks in order to impress others?
Q18A- What attitude describes taking risks in order to impress others?
Q18B- What attitude describes taking risks in order to impress others?
Q18C- What attitude describes taking risks in order to impress others?
Q19- Fatigue can be recognized?
Q19A- Fatigue can be recognized?
Q19B- Fatigue can be recognized?
Q19C- Fatigue can be recognized?
Q1A- Sectional Chart symbols
Q1B- Sectional Chart symbols
Q1C- Sectional Chart symbols
Q2- Reading the Sectional Chart- Latitude and Longitude
Q20- How can you prevent the final "link" in the accident chain?
Q20A- How can you prevent the final "link" in the accident chain?
Q20B- How can you prevent the final "link" in the accident chain?
Q20C- How can you prevent the final "link" in the accident chain?
Q2A- Reading the Sectional Chart- Latitude and Longitude
Q2B- Reading the Sectional Chart- Latitude and Longitude
Q2C- Reading the Sectional Chart- Latitude and Longitude
Q3 - What does the Line of Latitude measure?
Q3A - What does the Line of Latitude measure?
Q3B - What does the Line of Latitude measure?
Q3C - What does the Line of Latitude measure?
Q4- What is the floor of Class C Airspace
Q4A- What is the floor of Class C Airspace
Q4B- What is the floor of Class C Airspace
Q4C- What is the floor of Class C Airspace
Q5- What does VR mean?
Q5A- What does VR mean?
Q5B- What does VR mean?
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Q6- Operation in Class C Airspace
Q6A- Operation in Class C Airspace
Q6B- Operation in Class C Airspace
Q6C- Operation in Class C Airspace
Q7- Is the MOA Active?
Q7A- Is the MOA Active?
Q7B- Is the MOA Active?
Q7C- Is the MOA Active?
Q8- How do you Check Notams?
Q8A- How do you Check Notams?
Q8B- How do you Check Notams?
Q8C- How do you Check Notams?
Q9- Aircraft Loading Limits
Q9A- Aircraft Loading Limits
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