Landing Zones for C-130 & C-17 Test


Chapter 7 Test / Landing Zones for C-130 and C-17

Pick the most correct answer (no partial credit)

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What is the PRIMARY PURPOSE of MINIMUM transverse slopes for Landing Zone (LZ) runways, aprons, shoulders, graded areas and maintained areas during construction and maintenance?

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If runways, aprons, shoulders graded areas and maintained areas are less than minimum and slope do not impact the suitability for aircraft operations, when is a waiver required?

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Other than to protect aircraft operations what other primary purpose does the Clear Zone-LZ provide?

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The highest number of aircraft that will be allowed on the ground at any given time based on airfield configuration limitations and safety concerns is?

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Vegetation over 3 inches is not allowed in the graded area?

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Where is the ‘Runway End’?

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What is the Effective Gradient Maximum for C-17 Longitudinal Gradient?

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How do you determine Effective Gradient?

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What are the two main factors that affect runway length requirements?

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Operating surface gradient allowances are based on.

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Paved LZs require paved shoulders?

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What are the Apron parking setback distances from the runway edge on a minimum width runway for C-130 and C-17?

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