ANSWER KEY AND FEEDBACK
Correct Answer and Feedback
B. one target per quadrant, where possible.
You need to check the complete radar scan area. (page 2, para 1)
B. target proximity causes doubt as to target identification.
When more than one aircraft is observed making identifying actions or their locations are
too close, an attempt to reidentify is confusing. (page 5, para 4e)
C. primary or secondary target of a departing aircraft is observed within 1 mile of the
takeoff runway end.
A departing aircraft must be seen within 1 mile of the end of the departure runway. [page
3, para 4c(1)]
C. advise the aircraft to IDENT or change to a specific code.
Aircraft squawking your code will IDENT, and an aircraft on a different code will change
to your code. [page 7, para 5d(2)]
A. 1 minute, 15 seconds.
Transmissions must be made for at least one minute while in the pattern and each 15
seconds or less while on airport surveillance radar final. [page 15, para 8d(1) ]
D. conducting a visual or contact approach and is advised to contact the tower.
When the pilot of an aircraft is told to contact tower radar, the service is terminated when
a frequency change is made. [page 3, para 4b(2) ]