10-16. A controller shall mentally divide the elevation target into __________ to serve as
a guide for advising the pilot of the degree of deviation above or below glide path.
10-17. If an aircraft target is not touching either the glide slope cursor or the centerline
cursor at __________, the controller shall instruct the aircraft if runway not in
sight to execute a missed approach or climb to or maintain a specified altitude
and fly a specified course.
the initial approach fix
the final approach fix
10-18. If you are unable to establish communication with a civil aircraft on any published
Tower or ATC frequencies, what frequency should be used?
10-19. If a pilot of an aircraft about to encounter IFR weather conditions on a VFR flight
plan requests RADAR assistance, what should be your initial response?
Initiate a hazard report on the pilot.
Ask if the pilot is qualified for and capable of conducting IFR flight.
Advise the pilot to establish a holding fix until RADAR identification can be
Request the pilot to give you the number of personnel on board and the
amount of fuel remaining in hours or minutes.
10-20. An aircraft is in IFR conditions. If the pilot is not qualified for IFR flight and you
have established RADAR identification, you should furnish the pilot with a
heading on which they can climb to reach what altitude?
The minimum enroute altitude
The minimum crossing altitude
The terrain/obstacle clearance minimum altitude
The minimum vectoring altitude