The following items will test your grasp of the lesson material. Each item has only one correct answer.
When you complete the exercise, check your answers with the answer key that follows. If you answer
any item incorrectly, restudy that part of the lesson.
When checking scope alignment by correlating a permanent target of known range and azimuth
with the radar display, the controller should check
only one target.
one target per quadrant, where possible.
two targets, one on each side of the scope.
a target bearing 360 degrees at 10-mile increments.
More than one method of aircraft identification should be used when the
aircraft is lost.
target proximity causes doubt as to target identification.
aircraft is in an area where the minimum IFR altitude changes.
aircraft is in an area immediately adjacent to your area of jurisdiction.
An aircraft is considered properly identified when the
A. pilot reports he is departing and the target is observed.
B. tower has relayed the departure time and the aircraft target is observed climbing out.
C. primary or secondary target of a departing aircraft is observed within 1 mile of the takeoff
D. primary or secondary target of a departing aircraft is observed within 1 1/2 miles of the
takeoff runway end.