- Are you a MARC member? If not, have you applied for MARC membership online?
- What are the two national organizations that standardize or legally enforce rules for flying models? (Choose 2.)
- Redmond Fire Department (RFD)
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
- King County Parks (KCP)
- Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA)
- King County Sheriff
- Under the Federal Aviation Administration Small Unmanned Aircraft System (FAA sUAS) program, what altitude must you stay below when flying anywhere, including Marymoor RC field?
- 200 feet (2 times the height of the big tree)
- 300 feet (3 times the height of the big tree)
- 200 meters (6 times the height of the big tree)
- 400 feet (4 times the height of the big tree)
- What are the most important things in your Before First Flight of the Day Checklist?
- Control linkages secure at both ends
- Engine or motor secure
- Hinges secure
- Propeller nut tight
- All of the above and more
- For safety, what are the two most important items on your Before Takeoff Checklist done just before every takeoff?
- Transmitter battery good
- Trims set
- Timer set
- Controls move in the correct direction
- Throttle cut function works
- How many pilots or aircraft are allowed to fly at any one time at the Marymoor Field?
- One for each flying station (5)
- No more than two for each flying station (10)
- Two flying formation for one flying station, and one for the rest
- Four flying formation using two flying station and one for the rest
- What are the sizes of the airplane silhouettes on the left and right boundary markers?
- 72 inches for the white outline and 90 inches for the black outline (typical sizes of large 30cc and 50cc aerobatic airplanes)
- 48 inches for the white outline and 72 inches for the black outline (typical sizes of a trainer and a more advanced airplane)
- It does not matter, they just indicate the far boundary
- Nobody cares
- What do the markers with the red and white triangles mean?
- They are pylons to mark your turn and you may turn around them
- They line up with the flight stations and indicate the flight line boundary you must stay south of
- They indicate the runway center line
- They indicate half the distance to the airplane-shaped signs
- What park areas are just outside left and right of our boundaries?
- Dog park
- Bird watching trails
- Bike trail
- All of the above
- When flying, what callouts are you expected to make?
- Coming out (from the left or right)
- Taking off (from the left or right)
- Landing (from the left or right)
- Everything on the sign at the flying station
- When are you allowed to fly a low pass over the runway?
- Any time
- Any time after you make the call out
- Enough time after your callout for others to remain clear
- Enough time after your callout for others to agree
- C and D
- What are the three most important radio checks you must do before flying a model that has undergone changes or is new to you?
- Range Check
- SAFE and AS3X function checks
- Fail Safe function check
- Control directions check
- Trims are set
- Which of the following should you do before you plug in the battery on an electric powered aircraft?
- ESC switch is off if there is one
- Power plug on the plane is pulled if there is one
- Airplane is restrained
- Transmitter is on and correct model is selected
- Receiver switch is on if it has its own battery
- Assume the propeller could move and hurt you
- All of the above
- What is the single most important thing you can do before safely starting a gas or glow powered aircraft?
- Check the throttle stick position
- Make sure the airplane is restrained
- Turn on the transmitter and receiver
- Make sure the prop nut is tight
- The best way to put out a Lithium Battery fire is:
- Use the nearest fire extinguisher
- Put sand on it from the bucket at the charging station
- Unplug the charger
- All of the above
- There are Marymoor RC Club rules that have to do with which of the following (check all that apply):
- Membership and registration
- Pilot proficiency
- Airplanes in safe working order
- Protecting people
- Helping others learn to fly
- Wearing hats and shoes
- Hand launching your transmitter