Aviation Quiz-Game: TakeWING Safety Meeting

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TakeWING Aviation Club's safety meeting featured an Aviation Quiz Show. Go ahead and try your hand at these questions!

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  • Pertains to elements you might encounter while operating on the ground at an airport.
  • These are general FARs that relate to Sport and Private Pilots
  • Basic Aerodynamics
  • Topics related to Aviation weather
  • This topic covers sectional chart symbology and related navigation equipment
  • These are miscellaneous aviation topics about anything aviation related
  • Aviation Quiz-Game: TakeWING Safety Meeting

    1. 1. Hello, and welcome to the June 29 th 2011 TakeWING Safety Meeting!
    2. 3. With your Host/Instructor Ryan Fitzsimmons Jeopardy Take WING
    3. 4. Play!!! Let’s
    4. 5. Today's Categories are…
    5. 6. Airport Ground Ops
    6. 7. Air Rules
    7. 8. Fluid, Flow, Flaps, & Fairings
    8. 9. It's Raining it's Pouring…
    9. 10. Periodical Aeronautical Nautical Chart – Airplane Map Thingy sound
    10. 11. Emotional Baggage Compartment sound
    11. 12. Emotional Baggage Compartment Periodical Aeronautical Nautical Chart – Airplane Map Thingy It's Raining it's Pouring… Fluid, Flow, Flaps, & Fairings Airport Ground Ops Air Rules 400 500 200 100 400 300 500 200 100 400 300 500 200 100 400 300 500 200 100 400 300 500 200 100 400 300 500 200 100 300 sound Final Board Clear
    12. 13. Col 1, Row 1 What are Green and White ?
    13. 14. Col 1, Row 2 What is a Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI)?
    14. 15. Col 1, Row 3 What are a Wind sock, Tetrahedren, & Wind "T" ?
    15. 16. Col 1, Row 4 What is Runway Closed?
    16. 17. Col 1, Row 5 What is 5,000 feet?
    17. 18. Col 2, Row 1 Before take-off, this person is responsible for determining if an aircraft is in an airworthy condition Who is the Pilot In Command ?
    18. 19. Col 2, Row 2 The time between the end of evening civil twilight and the beginning of morning civil twilight When is Night Time ?
    19. 20. Col 2, Row 3 In class E airspace, below 10,000' MSL, you must remain at least this distance below clouds on a VFR flight What is 500' ?
    20. 21. Col 2, Row 4 The operator of an aircraft that has been involved in an accident is required to file an accident report within this many days What is 10 days?
    21. 22. Col 2, Row 5 This Part of "Title 14" dictates how to obtain your pilot certification What is Part §61 ?
    22. 23. Col 3, Row 1 The four forces of flight What are Lift, Weight, Thrust, & Drag ?
    23. 24. Col 3, Row 2 The two basic forms of drag What are Induced and Parasitic drag ?
    24. 25. Col 3, Row 3 While NOT a cushion, this drag reducing effect helps us float during a landing What is Ground Effect ?
    25. 26. Col 3, Row 5 The angle between these two theoretical lines make up the “angle of incidence” What are Chord line and Longitudinal axis ?
    26. 27. Col 4, Row 1 Set this number in your “Kollsman” window to obtain pressure altitude What is 29.92”?
    27. 28. Col 4, Row 2 Fundamentally speaking, all weather is caused by changes to this What is Temperature ?
    28. 29. Col 4, Row 3 Name the four types of fronts What are Warm, Cold, Stationary, & Occluded ?
    29. 30. Col 4, Row 4 Winds at or below 2,000’ AGL DO NOT flow along the isobars (or lines of equal atmospheric pressure) due to this What is Surface Friction ?
    30. 31. Col 4, Row 5 Atmospheric stability is measured by this What is Lapse Rate ?
    31. 32. Col 5, Row 1 Airports depicted on sectionals, with control towers, are in this color What is Blue ?
    32. 33. Col 5, Row 2 Use this flight computer for navigation, flight planning, and conversions What is an E6-B ?
    33. 34. Col 5, Row 3 This 0° line of longitude is also know as this What is the Prime Meridian ?
    34. 35. Col 5, Row 4 These vertical and horizontal lines on your sectional are measured in degrees What is Longitude and Latitude?
    35. 36. Col 5, Row 5 The width, in NM, that define Victor Airways What is 8NM wide ?
    36. 37. Col 6, Row 1 Controlled airspace where VFR pilots are prohibited from entering What is Class A ?
    37. 38. Col 6, Row 2 All pilots are on this coordinated time when using military time corrected to local Greenwich, England time What is UTC or Zulu time ?
    38. 39. Col 6, Row 4 Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta…This alphabet is used for clarity in radio communications What is Phonetic ?
    39. 40. Col 6, Row 5 In regards to weight and balance, all aircraft mass pivots about this centralized theoretical location What is CG (Center of Gravity)?
    40. 42. Topic: Aerodynamics sound
    41. 43. Write your wager down NOW!!! *Time starts (60 sec) after I finish reading the answer sound
    42. 44. Col 3, Row 4 The in-flight pressure differential on wings producing lift cause this phenomena to form, and trail, behind the wing tips of an aircraft What are wing tip Vortices ?
    43. 46. Topic: Textual Weather sound
    44. 47. Write your wager down NOW!!! *Time starts (60 sec) after I finish reading the answer sound
    45. 48. Col 3, Row 4 When a METAR reads “RA” you might expect this weather phenomena, and intensity, at the METARs valid time What is Moderate Rain ?
    46. 49. This has been….
    47. 50. We’d like to Thank You for playing! All TakeWING Jeopardy contestants are offered a soda/snacks, the opportunity to bone up on their aviation knowledge by studying the FAR/AIM and MANY other enlightening publications… AND COOL PRIZES!!! For transcripts of this show you should have planned ahead and copied down everything that just happened as it was happening. With your Host/Instructor Ryan Fitzsimmons Jeopardy Take WING
    48. 51. La Fin…. 
    49. 52. sound
    50. 53. Topic: Aviation in Cinema sound
    51. 54. Write your wagers down NOW!!! *Time starts (60 sec) after I finish reading the answer sound
    52. 55. Col 3, Row 4 This 2004 film depicts the early years and career, from the late 1920s to the mid-1940s, of legendary director and aviator Howard Hughes, played by Leonardo DiCaprio What is the Aviator ?

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