22-12. (H) ALERTING SYSTEMS, PROXIMITY SYSTEMS

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1. When required, the ground proximity warning system (GPWS) must automatically provide distinctive warning to the flight crew of:
1) impeding stall
2) excessive sink rate
3) altitude loss after takeoff or go-around
4) incorrect landing configuration
5) excessive rate of terrain closure
6) excessive bank angle
The combination regrouping all the correct statements is:

2. The flight warning system (FWS):
1) Draws the attention of the crew to the existence of an abnormal condition.
2) Gives indications to the crew to identify an abnormal condition.
3) Transmits automatically to ATC urgency messages.
4) Can not generate a false warning.
5) Prioritizes warnings over advisories.
The combination regrouping all the correct statements is:

3. The aircraft radio equipment which emits on a frequency of 4.400 MHz is the:
4. A Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) generates automatically a distinct warning to the flight crew with aural and/or light warning signals in the case of:
1) an excessive rate of descent with respect to terrain
2) a dangerous proximity to the ground
3) a loss of altitude following takeoff or go-around
4) an abnormal pitch attitude
5) an abnormal landing configuration
6) an abnormal deviation below ILS glide slope
The combination regrouping all the correct statements is:

5. Your aircraft and an intruding aircraft both are TCAS II equipped. If the transponder of the intruder is switched off or unserviceable: