1. What are the three phases of an intercept procedure?
Approach, identification, and post-intercept
Approach, communication, and descent
Communication, identification, and post-intercept
2. If intercepted, you should attempt to communicate with the pilot of the intercepting aircraft on which radio frequency?
The last ATC frequency used
3. If the intercepting aircraft rocks its wings and then initiates a slow, level turn to a new heading, it means that you ____.
May proceed on course
Have been intercepted; follow me
Should land at this airport
4. If the pilot of the intercepting aircraft wants you to follow him or her and you are not in radio contact, how should you signal that you understand and will comply?
Inform ATC that you will comply
Regularly switch all available lights on and off
Rock your aircraft's wings and follow the intercepting aircraft
5. If equipped with a transponder, you should squawk ____ when intercepted, unless ATC instructs otherwise.
6. At any point, to signal that you cannot comply, you should ____.
Switch all available lights on and off at regular intervals
Lower your landing gear and land at the nearest airport
Rock your aircraft's wings
7. If the pilot of the intercepting aircraft decides to terminate the intercept procedure, he or she will ____.
Rock the aircraft's wings
Execute a 90-degree climbing turn
Land at the closest airport
8. If ATC provides you with instructions that conflict with the intercepting aircraft's signals, you should ____.
Comply with ATC instructions
Comply with the intercepting aircraft's instructions
Comply with the intercepting aircraft's instructions while requesting clarification from ATC
9. You've been intercepted, and the intercepting aircraft has designated a landing runway. After consulting the airport diagram, you think the runway may be too short. Must you land on the designated runway?
10. The AIM instructs pilots to ____.
Practice intercept procedures with other aircraft, providing they comply with FAR 91.111 (formation flight)
Maintain a listening watch on 121.5 when operating in U.S. national airspace, if capable
Execute an immediate 180-degree turn if intercepted