A. restricts a member certain medical conditions to fly a specific type of aircraft
B. is only available to those with low tolerance to high gravity pressure.
C. allows a member to pass his or her flight physical health assessment.
D. allows a member to fly all types of aircraft
A. is disqualified under the humanitarian program.
B. is disqualified due to fear of flying.
C. fails to maintain medical fitness.
D. declares conscientious objector.
Member is initially placed in aviation service.
Member's periodic flight physical becomes due.
Member is placed on medical waiver.
Member applies for requalification
A. incentive pay.
A. disciplinary actions.
B. removal of an aviation badge.
C. requalification for aviation service.
D. disqualification from aviation service.
A. 350 hours logged as a flight nurse.
B. 750 hours logged as a flight nurse.
C. 12 paid months of operational flying duty.
D. 24 paid months of operational flying duty.
A. No action necessary.
B. Resume the member's operational flying duty accumulator (OFDA) credit.
C. Change the member's flying status code (FSC) from "S" to "A".
D. Change the member's flying status code (FSC) from "A" to "S".
A. fails to meet operational flying duty accumulator (OFDA) gate requirements.
B. fails to perform an operational flight for a month.
C. is disqualified.
D. is suspended.
A. 27 Sep 08.
B. 15 Jan 09
C. 17 Jan 09
D. 20 Jan 09
A. pilot only.
B. pilot and flight surgeon.
C. pilot and combat systems officer.
D. pilot, combat systems officer, and flight surgeon.
A. years of rated service and Aeronautical Ratings Board confirmation.
B. military flying time and Operational Flying Duty Accumulator (OFDA).
C. years of rated service, military flying time, and Aeronautical Rating Board confirmation.
D. years of rated service and either military flying time or OFDA.
A. 30 days from the date of suspension.
B. 45 days from the date of suspension.
C. 60 days from the date the flight PHA expires.
D. 90 days from the date the flight PHA expires.
B. given to the member.
C. placed in a suspense file.
D. filed in the flight record folder.
A. examine a member's eligibility for an Operational Flying Duty Accumulator (OFDA) waiver.
B. evluate the flying credentials of officers applying for an inter-service tranfer.
C. ensure the quality control of career and non-career aviators.
D. determine the root cause of an aircraft mishap.
A. 12th and 18th year of aviation service.
B. 5th, 10th, and 15th year of aviation service.
C. 10th, 15th, and 20th year of aviation service.
D. 10th, 15th, 20th, and 22nd year of aviation service.
A. returning to aviation service before 1 Aug 02.
B. returning to aviation service on or after 1 Aug 02.
C. who are suspended from aviation service before 1 Aug 02.
D. who are suspended from aviation service on or after 1 Aug 02.
A. appearimg before a flying evaluation board (FEB).
B. certified by HQ AFMOA/SG3PF.
C. approved by HQ USAF/A3O-AT.
D. certified by the local flight surgeon.
Has a duty prefix of "X" "K" or "Q".
Has completed the airframe simulator.
Belongs to a 1AXXX specialty.
Has a current physical profile.
A. AF IMT 1042, Medical Recommendation for Flying or Special. Operational Duty
B. AF Form 8, Certificate of Aircrew Qualification.
C. AF IMT 702, Individual Physiological Training Record.
D. AF Form 942, Record of Evaluation.
A. Complete an AF Form 64, Change Out Record.
B.Identify all members of the Aircraft Investigation Board.
C. Ensure all family members and friends have been notified.
D. Ensure all flying time and trianing accomplishments have been entered inti the Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS)
Of the Aerospace Medicine Primary course certificate.
He or she graduted from medical school.
Of the medical lience.
Of the first flight.