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What are the color of the runway hold lines?
White runway markings and yellow runway hold lines

____are the portion of the airfield where aircraft or helicopters are parked before or between flights, and for servicing and maintenance
Aprons

Which of the following is required when parking a vehicle at the side of any aircraft?
Vehicle will be clear of the wingtips and vehicle must be visible to personnel in the cockpit

Prior to entering/crossing a runway, drivers will:
Stop at the runway hold line, contact tower via two-way radio and ask for permission to enter/cross

The speed limit (maximum) when driving a general purpose vehicle within 25 feet of a parked aircraft is:
5 miles per hour

What is the speed limit for a designated traffic lane within 200 feet of a designated Aircraft Parking Area
15 miles per hour

When are vehicles responding to Red Ball incidents allowed to exceed speed limits?
They are not allowed to exceed speed limits

Where would a 4-22 rectangle sign (red block w/ white lettering, and black silhouette ) be located
At the VFR Hold line for Runway 4-22

Runway numbers represent the orientation of the runway approach in compass degrees rounded to the nearest
Ten degrees

Crossing the runway hold lines and entering a runway without ATC approval will result in
Immediate apprehension, suspension of airfield driving privileges, and notification to squadron commander

What must you do at an instrument hold line?
Obtain approval from tower before crossing

When parking a vehicle with a manual transmission in close proximity to an aircraft, what gear is the transmission left in?
Reverse

Which of the following actions are required when parking a vehicle on the airfield?
Leave keys in te ignition, park vehicle so it does not interfere with aircraft being towed or taxiing, place automatic transmission in park or manual transmission in reverse

When an aircrafts engines are being operated, vehicles will not be parked less than ____/_____ of an aircraft?
25 ft in front/200 ft to the rear

A flashing red light from the control tower cab means:
Clear active runway

A flashing green and red light gun signal from the control tower cab means:
General warming;exercise extreme caution

What must an operator do when approaching an active runway?
Stop; contact the tower to ask permission to cross the runway

Personnel operating within the controlled movement area will have two-way radio contact with the control tower, or…
Will have an escort with two-way radio contact with control tower for the entire time they are in the movement area

When approaching an aircraft at night, vehicle operators should do which of the following?
Turn off headlights and leave parking lights on

Except when an aircraft is being serviced, loaded, or unloaded, vehicles should not be driven within ____ feet of an aircraft
25 ft

When entering the airfield, vehicle operators must perform which of the following?
Ensure all equipment carried on their vehicle is properly stowed and secured, inspect their vehicle for objects that could damage aircraft, remove any rocks that are wedged between tires and treads

What are the leading cause(s) of runway incursions?
Miscommunication, lack of situational awarwness, insufficient training

Before entering the controlled movement area, vehicle operators must do which of the following?
Completely stop at the runway hold line or taxiway intersection as applicable, establish two-way radio contact with the control tower, complete airfield drivers training in accordance with the local airfield driving program

During an aircraft emergency on the runway way, which of the following vehicles have permission to cross the runway without contacting the control tower for approval?
Not fire dep, not secfo, not amvulance, NONE of the above

All vehicles must approach parked aircraft…
With the drivers side of the vehicle toward the aircraft

Which is a correct statement concerning communications?
Acknowledge all instructions with your call sign; if your call sign is not included in the transmission, don’t assume the transmission is for; vehicles drivers cannot use the word “clear” or “cleared” when communicating with ATC

When communicating with the tower, which communication is correct?
Tower, Maintenance One at Taxiway Alpha, request permission to cross runway 12

If a portion of the control towers transmission is “garbled” or “stepped on”, what do you do?
Ask the tower to repeat the transmission by saying “say again”

During inclement weather or at night, what must a vehicle temporarily parked on any part of the aircraft apron do with their vehicle lights?
Turn on flashing lights

Speed limit of general purpose vehicles
15 mph

Speed limit of SPECIAL purpose vehicles
10 mph

Speed limit withing 50 feet of an aircraft or building
5 mph

Turning maneuvers
5 mph

What color are runway lights?
White (if flashing exit immediately

Hat color are taxiway lights?
Blue

CMA/runway incursions that have an adverse impact on flight operations (arrivals, departures, etc.) Will have an
Af form 651, HATR, submitted within 24 hours of event occurrence.

CMA/runway incursions that do not have an adverse impact on flight operations, will have an
AF form 457, USAF Hazard report, submitted to or by 60 AMW/SE

Vehicles will not be backed or parked in the immediate vicinity (25 feet to front 200 feet to rear) except
For operations such as loading or unloading, servicing, or towing

When aircraft engines are operating or being started, NO vehicle will be
Parked or driven closer than 25 feet in front of or 200 feet to the rear of any aircraft.

Vehicles parked at the side of the aircraft will be located clear of
The wingtips, clearly visible to personnel in the aircraft cockpit

How should you park by aircraft?
Perpendicular or parallel to the aircraft (drivers side toward aircraft)

All vehicles parked and left unattended will have
Brakes set or chocks placed both in front of and behind one of the rear wheels

Parking: propeller aircraft
100 ft in front, 200 ft behind

Parking: jet aircraft
200 ft in front, 500 ft behind

Parking: large jet aircraft
200 ft in front, 1000 ft behind

What is CMA and CMAV?
Controlled Movement Area / Violation

Delta echo foxtrot and golf

Go ahead/proceed phraseology
Go ahead = continue radio transmission .. proceed= follow through action

What items do you need on flightline
1199c restricted area badge, AF form 43 certificate if competency (comp card)

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