How do you confirm the identity of a beacon-equipped target?
You don't--identity is not necessary.
Have the aircraft make a turn of 30 degrees or more.
Advise the aircraft to IDENT or change to a specific code.
Give the aircraft its position in relation to the handoff point.
What are the lost communication time intervals for a vector to final approach and for a
surveillance final approach?
1 minute, 15 seconds
15 seconds, 1 minute
5 seconds, 15 seconds
15 seconds, 5 seconds
A pilot need not be advised of radar service termination when
he misses the approach.
conducting a radar approach.
vectored to the final approach course.
conducting a visual or contact approach and is advised to contact the tower.
An aircraft can be considered identified if the position and heading of the target correspond with
that given by the pilot, providing the position
is given as a DME fix.
is given with respect to an airway intersection.
if the target is within 1 1/2 miles of that stated by the pilot.
is given in respect to a TACAN or VORTAC fix located within 6,000 feet of the radar
When will the appropriate climb-out instructions be issued to an aircraft planning to execute a
low approach or a touch and go?
before a MAP is issued
before the aircraft begins final descent
while the aircraft is on the downwind leg
as soon as possible after the pilot requests a low approach or touch-and-go