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Set B V3 401-413

1. Name the four types of tracking energy used in modern missiles. (1) Light energy.(2) Electro-optical TV. (3) Radar. (4) GPS.
2. Which guidance system is nothing more than very high frequency radio waves? Radar.
3. Name the three sources that produce the tracking energy used in the guidance systems of precision-guided munitions. (1) Active. (2) Passive. (3) Semi-Active.
4. What guidance system allows for a “fire and forget” capability of that particular weapon? Active
5. In what guidance system does the target produce the tracking energy? Passive
6. Which type of guidance system homes in on energy reflected off the target by another outside source
1. What is the control system designed to do? Actual steering of a PGM.
2. What section of a guided bomb do we refer to as the AFG? Control section.
3. Name the two types of control surfaces on a guided munition and their purpose. Fixed and movable. The fixed surfaces stabilize the weapon in flight and the movable surfaces steer the weapon.
4. Name the three different mechanical forces that PGMs use to move control surfaces. (1) Hydraulic.(2) Pneumatic.(3) Servo-actuators.
5. What is the science or art of directing PGMs from one place to another? Navigation.
6. Explain “proportional navigation”. Movement of the control surfaces is proportional to the error between the flight path of the weapon and the flight path to the target
1. Impact and proximity describe the functioning of what part of an air-to-air missile? Fuze
2. What must take place for an air-to-ground missile to arm? Sudden acceleration associated with R/M ignition and departure from the firing aircraft.
3. The fragmenting missile case is one way missiles score a kill. What is the other? Continuous rod construction of the warhead.
4. What is the purpose of the S&A device? Keeps the armament system in a safe condition while we are handling the weapon and while the weapon is on the carrying aircraft.
1. What are the minimum components of a propulsion system? The R/M and the R/M igniter.
2. Air Force PGM R/Ms are constructed with what type propellant? Single-stage solid-propellant.
3. What are the three types of R/Ms used in Air Force PGMs? (1) Medium thrust.(2) Dual thrust.(3) High thrust.
1. Name the three major component groups of a LGB. (1) CCG.(2) Bomb (warhead).(3) AFG.
2. What is the difference between the GBU-10 and the GBU-12? The warhead and AFG.
3. Which CCG is used by the GBU-10 and -12? MAU-169 series or the MAU-209 series CCG.
4. What does the CCG do? Detects laser energy reflected from the target processes the signals and guides the weapon to the target.
5. Which warheads are used by the GBU-10? MK84 and BLU-109.
6. What warhead is used by the GBU-12? MK82.
1. What are the functions of the WGU-12/WGU-39 series GCU? Autopilot control target detection and weapon guidance.
2. What fuzes are used in the GBU-24 series bombs? (1) FMU-81/B.(2) FMU-139A/B.(3) FMU-143/B B/B or J/B.(4) FMU-152A/B.
3. What does the BSU-84 AFG provide for the LLLGB? Aerodynamic lift and stability during flight.
4. State the purpose of the ADU-548/B and the ADG-769 adapter group. Hardback assembly and lug sleeves provide more distance between the bomb and bomb rack while the aft fairing assembly provides an aerodynamic interface between the bomb and wing assembly.
1. Which testers are used for field testing all laser guided CCGs and LGB GCUs? Digital test set TTU-373 and TTU-595.
2. What does the TTU-373 tester do? Performs a functional check of the CCG or the GCU.
3. How many modes of operation does the TTU-373 have? Thirteen modes
4. What hazard is present when the TTU-595 is in operation? TTU-595 directs invisible laser radiation through its cables and test heads.
1. What are the five major components of a GBU-15? (1) A bomb body. (2) A TDD or guidance section. (3) A control section. (4) An AFG. (5) A guidance adapter
2. Which warheads does the GBU-15 use? (1) MK84. (2) BLU-109. (3) BLU-118.
3. What fuzes are authorized for use in the GBU-15? (1) FMU-124A/B.(2) FMU-143/B.
4. Name t (1) The MXU-724/B. (2) MXU-724A/B. (3) MXU-787/B. (4) MXU-787B/B.he three AFGs used by the GBU-15.
1. What are the warheads of the AGM-130? MK84 2 000-pound GP bomb and BLU-109 2 000-pound penetrator bomb.
2. For what purpose is the AGM-130 designed? Indirect attack standoff missions using the remote control capability provided by the data link system.
3. Name the two types of guidance systems used by the AGM-130. TV and IR.
4. List the five major sections of the AGM-130. (1)TDD or guidance section (depending on which model. (2) Adapter group. (3) Warhead. (4) Control section. (5) Propulsion section.
1. What types of tests can the AN/GJM-64 perform? A functional test and the go/no-go test on the GBU-15/AGM-130.
2. What tests does the AN/GJM-64 perform during a functional test of a GBU-15? A complete electrical/functional checkout of the weapon. This test also supplies pneumatic pressure through the control unit exercise port to activate/test the actuator system.
3. How many portable units does the AN-GJM-65 test set consist of? Six
1. Why are JDAM’s considered joint weapons? Both the USAF and USN employ them?
2. How many GBU configurations are there? 28
3. What is the peculiar difference between the different KMU-series kits? Software and physical interfaces.
4. List the components of a typical tail assembly. (1) Tail fairing/structure. (2) Tail Actuator Subsystem. (3) Wire harness assembly. (4) Guidance Control Unit. (5) GPS Antenna. (6) Three moveable control fins and one fixed fin.
5. Where is the GPS antenna located on the JDAM? The aft end of the Tail Actuator Subsystem.
6. What is the purpose of the aerosurfaces on the JDAM? Provide aerodynamic lift maneuverability and other needed flight characteristics.
7. Which JDAMs uses the MK84 2000 pound GP warhead? Provide aerodynamic lift maneuverability and other needed flight characteristics.
8. Which JDAMs uses a 2000 pound special purpose warhead? The GBU-31 (V)3 and GBU-31 (V)4.
9. Which JDAMs uses the Low-Collateral Damage Bomb as its warhead? The GBU-38 (V)4 and GBU-54 (V)4.
10. What GBUs are designated as LJDAM? The GBU-54 (V)1 GBU-54 (V)2 and GBU-54 (V)4.
1. Describe the design and capability of the GBU-39 series weapon. It is a small autonomous air-to-ground precision glide weapon able to strike targets in adverse weather from a standoff range of over 40 nautical miles.
2. What type of guidance does the GBU-39 series small diameter bomb use? Advanced Anti-Jam Global Position System aided Initial Navigation System.
3. What type warhead does the GBU-39/B small diameter bomb use? Advanced penetrator.
4. Which small diameter bomb variant is filled with approximately 137 pounds of a multi-phased blast explosive? GBU-39A/B small diameter bomb focused lethality munition.
5. What component of the small diameter bomb provides an airburst capability at heights of 7 or 14 feet? The height of burst sensor.
6. The BRU-61 carriage system carries up to how many small diameter bombs? Four
7. For what are the CNU-659/E and CNU-660/E containers designed? All transportation environments including rail truck and military air and ship.
8. Which container is designed to store four (4) small diameter bombs or an empty BRU-61 carriage? The CNU-660/E container.
9. What inspection is not required on the small diameter bomb? Periodic inspection.
10. What inspection if any is required for a small diameter bomb returned in an unopened container? External visual inspection
11. What -IBIT can be performed while the small diameter bomb is loaded on the BRU-61 carriage? Carriage
1. List the munitions tested by the AN/GYQ 79. (1) AGM-158 JASSM. (2) GBU-31 JDAM. (3) GBU-32 JDAM. (4) GBU-38 JDAM. (5) GBU-54 LJDAM. (6) GBU-39 SDB. (7) GBU-39 SDB FLM.(8) ADM-160 MALD. (9) AIM-9X Sidewinder.
2. Which test set component do we use to initiate BIT and get systems and munitions status reprogram munitions OFPs and also load mission planning and GPS crypto keys? TAU.
3. List the standard contents in the accessory kit (box 3)? (1) Power extension cable assembly W4. (2) Power adapter cable assembly W5. (3) An AC-DC converter.(4) Dummy connector plug. (5) Computer hood. (6) A disk drive unit and interface cable assembly. (7) A 3.5-inch calibration floppy diskette.
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