AVIA 230 Quiz 4

AVIA 230 Quiz 4 Liberty University

  1. The Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution (Article I, Section 8) grants __________ broad authority to “regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states.” The U.S. government therefore has exclusive power to regulate the airspace of the United States.
  2. This is the key method that the US government uses to protect sensitive equipment, software, and technology:
  3. The International Civil Aviation Conference created the permanent ______________________ as a means to secure international cooperation and the highest possible degree of uniformity in regulations and standards, procedures, and organization regarding civil aviation matters. “14 CFR Parts, other than Part 107, do not apply to UAS”
  1. Chose the best answer below that addresses this statement.
  2. This term is defined as a product, software, or know how (e.g., a drawing, an email with instructions on how to make something) crossing the U.S. border on its way to another country.
  3. ASTM has group dedicated to the creation of standards for Unmanned Air Vehicle Systems. That group is ______________ .
  4. ICAO has stated that no person may fly a UAS in a country unless specifically authorized either by the government or by a set of regulations. What does the letter I in ICAO stand for?
  5. In order to determine if a UAS you are considering exporting needs a license, you need to be sure it is not controlled by the ________
  6. If a product falls under the EAR, but not under ITAR, the item is ________________
  7. The _____________ may modify or revoke an FAA regulation, order, or guidance document when required in the public interest.
  8. FAA policy statement AFS-400 UAS Policy 05-01 was issued on September 16, 2005, in response to dramatic increases in __________ operations in both the public and private sectors.§
  9. The Federal Aviation Act of _______ created the Federal Aviation Administration.
  10. The FAA has issued a number of policy statements pertaining to _____________, including AFS-400 UAS Policy Statement 05-01;
  11. A validated _________ classification that is definitely not in a controlled ECCN category means that the commercial item generally does not require a license to be exported or re-exported.
  12. ITAR stands for:
  13. Until recently there was no specific reference in any of the Federal Aviation Regulations to _________________
  14. _______________ require specific U.S. government export licenses for most exports of commercial and military UASs and certain vehicle control software.
  15. Violations of the _____ or the EAR can create serious criminal liability for organizations or for individuals.
  16. Surprisingly to some, the rules cover releases of certain information to non-U.S. persons completely ________ the United States.
  17. One previous attempt to address a narrow category of remotely piloted aircraft was ___________, published in 1981.
  18. Which ITAR category does not deal with UASs:
  19. The __________ regulates aircraft, airmen, certain categories of employees of airlines and commercial or common carrier operations, airports, and the national airspace.
  20. The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the ____________ require that the FAA enforcement process provide “due process” in the procedures for ensuring compliance with the regulations. This means that no one shall be deprived of “life, liberty, or property without due process of law.”*
  21. Export controls not only regulate the movement of physical goods outside of the United States but they also cover releases of ___________ and “know how” outside the United States that occur through a variety of mechanisms, including emails, phone calls, and the use of shared databases.
  22. Exports of military items are administered by the ____________________.
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