FARP Baseline Quiz


FARP Introductory Quiz

FARP Survey™ Course

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What does the acronym FARP stand for?

* per the Draft 11-235

2 / 20

How many different types of FARP certification approvals are there?

3 / 20

What organization approves all FARP site certifications?

4 / 20

FARP Surveyors must know how to collect assess and evaluate obstacles & hazards for FARP and taxi operations?

5 / 20

What Form is used to submit a waiver?

6 / 20

For FARP survey sites on UN-improved surfaces what is the recommended Tanker positioning (i.e., axis rotation) to help reduce engine blast on the Hot Refueling Supervisor (HRS) and Receiver aircraft?

7 / 20

What form(s) and/or document(s) are used in addition to the AF FORM 4066 for site certification?

8 / 20

Can Fixed Wing receiver aircraft EGRESS in the same direction?

9 / 20

A "Permanent" FARP survey expires ______ years after the date of survey?

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What is the requirement for TANKER and RECEIVER EGRESS?

11 / 20

What is the minimum safe distance required between two CV-22 receivers in a clear visibility environment?

12 / 20

What database must be used to process, approve/disapprove and record assessments for FARP surveys per the Department of the Air Force Manual (DAFMAN) 13-217.

13 / 20

What Publication governs ‘Maximum Obstacle Height’ for Light Tactical Fixed Wing (LTFW) A-Zone and B-Zone?

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When does a Temporary FARP survey expire?

* if it's not reassessed before the initial expiration date.

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Which of the following personnel must be a part of the Permanent FARP site 'Certification Team'?

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Which Jet Propulsion (JP) fuel is strictly made to military specifications?

17 / 20

A Temporary FARP survey certification team will consist of the following personnel:

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What Technical Manual contains a list of approved Tanker and Receiver aircraft used in FARP operations?

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Are you required to provide a Macro and Micro Diagram for a FARP Survey?

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How much distance (in feet)  must be maintained between drainage ditches/low lying areas and pressurized fuel servicing components to avoid hazards caused by potential accumulation of explosive fuel vapor?

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