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(001. Housekeeping)1. List the personal characteristics that cause a person to perform an unsafe act or to overlook or tolerate an unsafe condition Inattentiveness, excitability, impatience and stubbornness
(001. Housekeeping)2. What should be accomplished after any maintenance action? Police the area and leave it in a clean and orderly condition.
(001. Housekeeping)3. Failure to clean up drips and spills can cause what dangers? Slips and falls.
(001. Housekeeping)4. List the principles of RM. Accept no unnecessary risk; make risk decisions at the appropriate level; integrate RM into operations, activities and planning at all levels; and apply the process cyclically and continuously.
(001. Housekeeping)5. What’s considered to be the direct cause of many accidents? Unsafe acts and conditions.
(001. Housekeeping)6. What is defined as rough or boisterous play, but is a major cause of accidents? Horseplay.
(001. Housekeeping)7. What type of protective clothing do you wear while working around hot exhaust or tailpipes? Gloves and long-sleeve shirts.
(001. Housekeeping)8. What position do you assume to lift an object from a level lower than your waist? Squat with back straight; use legs to exert force.
(001. Housekeeping)9. Why must supervisors be given formal safety training? So they have a working knowledge of the fundamentals of accident prevention, and accident-prevention “know how” to train their personnel.
(001. Housekeeping)10. Name the two most frequent methods used in job safety training. (1) Personal interviews by the supervisor. (2) Stand-up talks
(001. Housekeeping)11. When should you replace cracked or broken tools? Immediately.
(001. Housekeeping)12. What methods can you follow to prevent fires in maintenance areas? Don’t allow oily rags to accumulate, obey NO SMOKING signs, never put matches/cigarettes in wastebaskets, never allow your clothing to become saturated with flammables, and don’t store flammables in open containers.
(002. Hazardous chemicals)1. What characteristics constitute a hazardous chemical? Combustible, unstable, irritant, explosive, water reactive, corrosive, flammable and toxic.
(002. Hazardous chemicals)2. What should you do if your clothes become splashed or sprayed with chemicals? Leave the area immediately and remove them.
(002. Hazardous chemicals)3. What information does MSDSs provide you? An explanation of the physical data of the chemicals you work with. Information includes, but not limited to the melting point, boiling point, flash point, toxicity, health effects, first aid, storage and spill procedures.
(002. Hazardous chemicals)4. What information must be included on hazardous waste labels? The type of waste and the “accumulation start” entries.
(002. Hazardous chemicals)5. What must be considered to make a sealant effective? Correct sealant be used for the specific area and applied correctly.
(002. Hazardous chemicals)6. Sealants are packaged and available in what general U/Is? Two-part can kit, semkit cartridge, and premixed and frozen.
(002. Hazardous chemicals)7. What TOs cover sealants, solvents, and adhesives? TOs 42A3-1-2 and 1-1-691.
(002. Hazardous chemicals)8. What is the sealant application life? The length of time a mixed sealing compound remains usable at 77 °F and 50 percent relative humidity.
(002. Hazardous chemicals)9. What is the purpose of solvents? Dissolve oily and greasy soils so they can be easily wiped away or absorbed on a cloth.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)1. List three sources of antenna radiation. (1) High-frequency radio transmitters. (2) Radar. (3) Electronic countermeasure devices.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)2. What are the effects of antenna radiation on the human body and vital organs? May cause burns beneath the skin, cataracts in the eyes, and internal organ damage as a result of heat produced as energy is absorbed into tissues.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)3. Briefly describe the hazards associated with an overheated brake assembly. Blowout or fire.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)4. From what direction do you approach an aircraft with overheated brakes? From the aircraft’s nose or tail direction—never in line with the axles.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)5. List the major danger areas around an operating jet engine. Engine intake, exhaust, turbine plane of rotation, and high-intensity sound.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)6. What’s normally considered a safe distance from an operating jet engine intake? 25 feet to the front and sides.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)7. What is normally considered a safe distance to the rear of jet engine exhaust? 200 feet.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)8. Why is the plane of rotation of the engine turbine wheel considered dangerous? If the turbine wheel disintegrates while you’re in the plane of rotation, there’s a good chance you’ll sustain serious or fatal injuries.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)9. In addition to earplugs, what protective device do you wear when working in high-intensity noise areas? Headset or ear defenders.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)10. Define an “explosives loaded” aircraft. An aircraft is “explosives loaded” when it carries munitions, internally or externally.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)11. Where must an explosives loaded aircraft be parked? In a designated explosives parking area.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)12. Which personnel are allowed to remove safety devices from explosive devices? Only weapons personnel.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)13. Describe a composite material. Made up of many different materials such as fiberglass, carbon fiber, Kevlar, etc. They can present potentially serious health and safety hazards to personnel unless specific precautions are take
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)14. As a minimum, what should the job safety training on composite materials include? Need for and use of approved PPE; maintenance and care of PPE; safe chemical handling procedures; and, emergency treatment practices in case of exposure, ingestion or inhalation of liquid, vapors, or dusts from composite operations.
(003. Safety for the aircraft maintenance journeyman)15. Besides being assigned to a crash recovery team, as a flight-line crew chief what is your most likely chance of being affected by the dangers of composite materials? Aircraft fire.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)1. Why should AF personnel be so concerned about FOD? Because the damage it causes translates into the loss of resources, money, or, in a worse case scenario, someone’s life.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)2. What can happen when loose objects are blown or washed onto the runway? An aircraft engine can ingest them into its intake.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)3. Who is tasked with the overall responsibility for the FOD prevention program? WG/CV.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)4. Who is responsible for preventing FOD by looking for and removing hazards? Everyone.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)5. What must all workers account for at the beginning and end of each maintenance action? Tools and hardware.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)6. If a missing tool is not found after a thorough initial search is completed, who initiates a lost tool report? The person issued the item or tool.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)7. What must you wear when you are required to physically enter an aircraft engine’s intake or exhaust? Pocketless coverall (bunny suit) or equivalent.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)8. To whom should you report damaged paving in aircraft parking areas and taxiways for immediate repair? Base airfield manager.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)9. What is a dropped object as it relates to aircraft operations? Any aircraft part, component, surface, or other item lost during aircrew operations from engine start to engine shutdown, unless intentionally jettisoned.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)10. Who must develop a DOPP? All units that fly, service, or maintain aircraft.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)11. What are the prime contributors to dropped objects? Latches and fasteners.
(004. Foreign object damage and dropped object prevention programs)12. Who normally must investigate incidents as soon as they are discovered? QA.
(005. Servicing aircraft safely)1. What references provide guidance for servicing operations? AFI 91-203, TO 00-25-172, and specific aircraft TOs.
(005. Servicing aircraft safely)2. During fuel servicing, what three important points should you keep in mind? (1) Ensure you use the right grade fuel. (2) Protect yourself from health hazards. (3)Prevent fires and explosions.
(005. Servicing aircraft safely)3. What can result from prolonged fuel saturation on your skin? Skin can become irritated, and it could progress to a severe rash.
(005. Servicing aircraft safely)4. Why is it important to inspect fire extinguisher seals? To ensure the extinguisher wasn’t previously discharged.
(005. Servicing aircraft safely)5. What TO(s) lists criteria for positioning fire extinguishers? 00-25-172 and aircraft specific.
(005. Servicing aircraft safely)6. What’s the minimum safe distance for operating ground power equipment during oxygen servicing? 50 feet
(005. Servicing aircraft safely)7. What should you do if a control valve becomes clogged with ice during LOX servicing? Thaw it with warm air or water.
(005. Servicing aircraft safely)8. What device is used to help prevent overpressurization of an aircraft component during pneumatic servicing? Pressure regulator.
(005. Servicing aircraft safely)9. Why do many job guides list nitrogen as the preferred choice for servicing compressed gas components? Because of nitrogen’s inert qualities.
(005. Servicing aircraft safely)10. When servicing aircraft hydraulic systems, what three measures should you take to prevent contaminating the aircraft systems? (1) When servicing with cans or drums ensure cleanliness and product integrity are maintained. (2) Keep products clearly identified and segregated. (3) Carefully read all labels before dispensing.
(006. Ground handling)1. What references contain information about ground handling? Specific aircraft TO, AFI 11-218, AFI 91-203 and TO 00-25-172.
(006. Ground handling)2. Where do most aircraft-specific TOs list safe for maintenance precautions? In the first couple steps of the task.
(006. Ground handling)3. Preparations for aircraft launch include what? Checking the aircraft forms and obtaining all required AGE.
(006. Ground handling)4. When the aircraft taxis after launch, what tasks are accomplished by the ground controller? Police the parking area and prepare the AGE for pickup.
(006. Ground handling)5. During recovery, wing walkers are necessary under what conditions? When taxiing thru congested areas.
(006. Ground handling)6. Why should an aircraft be moved in a straight line for 5 feet after a turn? To relieve the loads on the main landing gear.
(006. Ground handling)7. As a general rule, where should you be positioned for marshalling your aircraft? In front of the aircraft and to the left of the pilot.
(006. Ground handling)8. When is a safety observer positioned by a parked aircraft? When any portion of the aircraft extends into an active taxiway.
(006. Ground handling)9. When mooring an aircraft, how do you position the aircraft in relation to the wind? Head the aircraft into prevailing winds.
(006. Ground handling)10. What are the usual causes of towing accidents? Inexperienced personnel and failure to follow correct towing procedures.
(006. Ground handling)11. What’s the minimum number of tow crew members? Three.
(006. Ground handling)12. During towing, why do you start and stop all movements slowly? Sudden starts and stops may break rivets, bolts, tubing and aircraft structural members.
(006. Ground handling)13. What should you do before towing an aircraft across an active taxiway? Get clearance from the control tower.
(006. Ground handling)14. In addition to your aircraft’s -2 TO, what TO sets down the basic rules for grounding an aircraft? 00-25-172.
(006. Ground handling)15. What are some of the reasons for jacking an aircraft? To weigh the aircraft, change a landing gear or gear component, repair a landing gear or gear component, perform a retraction check, or change a tire or brake.
(006. Ground handling)16. What jacking accessory is positioned under reinforced areas of the aircraft and prevents damage to the aircraft structure? Jack pads.
(006. Ground handling)17. If the aircraft TO doesn’t establish it, what’s the maximum wind velocity for a jacking operation? 15 mph.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)1. What is the basic function of maintenance? To ensure assigned aircraft and equipment are safe, serviceable, and properly configured to meet mission needs.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)2. The degree of maintenance capability depends on what? Mission requirements, economics of repair, transportation limitations, component reliability, workload agreements, facility requirements, frequency of tasks, and special training required.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)3. What are the two basic types of maintenance performed at unit level? (1) On-equipment. (2) Off-equipment.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)4. What does preventive maintenance on our equipment help ensure? It is ready and available when needed.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)5. What TO describes preventative maintenance concepts? 00-20-1.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)6. What, if properly used, helps determine where your organization has been, where you are going, and how (or if) you are going to get there? Maintenance Performance Indicators.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)7. Which MPI is perhaps the best-known yardstick for measuring a maintenance unit’s performance? MC rate.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)8. What are some of the issues that can contribute to a low MC rate? Experiencing many hard breaks, parts supportability shortfalls, workforce management issues, or high commitment rates.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)9. Which MPI is perhaps the most important and accurate measure of a unit’s maintenance quality? Repeat/recur rate.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)10. What can you do to contribute to keeping a low R/R rate? Ensure that you always use the proper technical data in all parts of inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing aircraft.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)11. When are discrepancies considered deferred/delayed? They are discovered and the decision is made to defer them; they are scheduled with a start date greater than five calendar days after the discovery date; or, they are AWPs with a valid offbase requisition.
(007. Basic functions within maintenance)12. What should you do if you have a lot of DDs and it will be a long time before your aircraft is scheduled for extended downtime? Coordinate with your production superindent and PS&D scheduler to get some downtime scheduled so that you can fix as many DDs as possible.
(008. Managing maintenance information)1. List three processes of the MDD system. (1) Collection. (2) Storage. (3) Retrieval.
(008. Managing maintenance information)2. What off-base agencies use the information provided through MDD? AFMEA, MAJCOMs, and the DOD.
(008. Managing maintenance information)3. On base, which individuals receive MDD information feedback? Base managers and supervisors.
(008. Managing maintenance information)4. Which major command is responsible for the overall material management of Air Force systems and equipment? AFMC.
(008. Managing maintenance information)5. What does ACM provide unit managers the capability to determine? Actual versus approved configuration of an aircraft.
(008. Managing maintenance information)6. In what TO can you find the details for recording specific entries of AFTO 781 series forms? 00-20-1.
(008. Managing maintenance information)7. What AFTO 781 series form is the identification document for the series binder? 781F.
(008. Managing maintenance information)8. What AFTO 781 series form is used for recording flight time, sorties, or events for input into the MIS? 781.
(008. Managing maintenance information)9. Aircraft maintenance status and servicing information is entered on what AFTO 781 series form? 781H
(008. Managing maintenance information)10. What AFTO 781 series form is used to record discrepancies discovered by aircrew or maintenance personnel? 781A.
(008. Managing maintenance information)11. What AFTO 781 series form is used to record engine oil time? 781J.
(008. Managing maintenance information)12. What AFTO 781 series form is used to record delayed discrepancies and calendar inspection information? 781K.
(008. Managing maintenance information)13. What AFTO 781 series form is a continuation of the calendar and hourly inspection item schedule shown on AFTO Form 781K? 781D.
(008. Managing maintenance information)14. What AFTO 781 series form contains basic information to aid in making entries on the 781A and 781K forms? 781M.
(008. Managing maintenance information)15. What is AFTO Form 95 used for? For a permanent record of significant maintenance actions on aerospace equipment including engines, engine modules, and designated MDS specific -6 TO components.
(008. Managing maintenance information)16. What happens to the AFTO Form 95 when you remove and replace a component having an AFTO Form 95? It accompanies the equipment when transferred
(009. Purpose of maintenance information systems)1. What is IMDS designed to give managers? Visibility and control of resources at unit level.
(009. Purpose of maintenance information systems)2. Which subsystem of IMDS provides the capability to order needed parts? IMDS CDB/SBSS.
(009. Purpose of maintenance information systems)3. Why are preventive maintenance schedules entered into IMDS? To help track and report completion, deviation or rescheduling actions.
(009. Purpose of maintenance information systems)4. What IMDS subsystem provides information about jobs performed by maintenance activities? IMDS JDD.
(010. Purpose of training records)1. What is the purpose of the initial evaluation? To determine what specific tasks the individual is or is not qualified to do.
(010. Purpose of training records)2. As a trainer, what is your responsibility in cases where a newcomer is qualified on a task Reverify their qualifications to ensure that they are still proficient to perform that task.
(010. Purpose of training records)3. What is the purpose of a GAS? Enables you to tell the schoolhouse how they are doing.
(010. Purpose of training records)4. What is a CFETP? A comprehensive education and training document that identifies life-cycle education and training requirements, training support resources, core home station training, and deployment/UTC task requirements for an entire AFS.
(010. Purpose of training records)5. What type of information is found in Part I of the CFETP? Information necessary for overall management of the specialty.
(010. Purpose of training records)6. In what part and section of the CFETP do you find information that identifies the duties, tasks, and technical references to support training? Part II, section A.
(011. Training Business Area)1. What is TBA? TBA is an Air Force Portal, web-based application providing Air Force personnel real-time visibility of qualifications, certifications and status of training.
(011. Training Business Area)2. What is the purpose of TBA? TBA allows authorized users with ready access to training-related information currently maintained in many different places and not readily accessible to those who need the information.
(011. Training Business Area)3. What is the description of the training manager’s role in TBA? This role has oversight of an organization.
(011. Training Business Area) Ultimately responsible for the personnel assigned. Commander.
(011. Training Business Area) Has the most capability in TBA. Workcenter supervisor.
(011. Training Business Area) All users will have access to this role. Trainee.
(011. Training Business Area) Manages one or more workcenters. Flight chief.
(011. Training Business Area) Initiates task authentication within the ITP. Trainer.
(012. Technical order system)1. What makes up a TO library? One or more current TOs with all changes, revisions, and supplements maintained on a continuing basis or a special-purpose library that might contain noncurrent TOs
(012. Technical order system)2. Where would you find a transient aircraft library? On bases where it’s common to service or perform organizational- or intermediate-level maintenance on aircraft not normally assigned to the base.
(012. Technical order system)3. What information is required on a TO binder? Binder number and the contents of the binder.
(012. Technical order system) Utility aircraft. 1U.
(012. Technical order system) Trainer aircraft. 1T.
(012. Technical order system) Attack aircraft. 1A.
(012. Technical order system) Bomber aircraft. 1B.
(012. Technical order system) Fighter aircraft. 1F.
(012. Technical order system)5. What group of a TO number tells you the type of TO? Third group.
(012. Technical order system) Maintenance instructions. -2.
(012. Technical order system) Flight manual. -1.
(012. Technical order system) IPB. -4.
(012. Technical order system) WUC manual. -06.
(012. Technical order system) Inspection requirements. -6.
(012. Technical order system)7. What are the functions of groups four through six of a TO number? They further subdivide the TO into system and subsystems as applicable.
(012. Technical order system)8. ETIMS is web-based through the Air Force Portal to assist with what TO functions? TO catalog search and ordering of TOs and TO account management
(012. Technical order system)9. What’s the purpose of the LOAP? Provides a listing of all TOs that apply to a specific military system and related end items.
(013. How to identify technical order types)1. What are the four major types of TOs? (1) Technical manuals. (2) Abbreviated TOs. (3) TCTOs. (4) MPTOs
(013. How to identify technical order types)2. Describe the types of information found in technical manuals. Instructions pertaining to operation, service, maintenance, inspection of complex weapon systems, and overhaul of component parts.
(013. How to identify technical order types)3. How are the columns in Section I of the TS manual labeled? Trouble, Probable Cause, and Remedy
(013. How to identify technical order types)4. What schematic diagrams are included in Section II of the TS manual? Schematics of each related system for that TO.
(013. How to identify technical order types)5. Name three types of abbreviated TOs. (1) CLs. (2) WCs. (3) Charts.
(013. How to identify technical order types)6. Why does the Air Force use abbreviated TOs? To simplify use.
(013. How to identify technical order types)7. What are some examples of abbreviated CLs? Aircraft towing, aircraft jacking, oxygen servicing, refueling and defueling, and engine run.
(013. How to identify technical order types)8. What type of TO lists minimum inspection requirements? WCs.
(013. How to identify technical order types)9. What are the five types of TCTOs covered in the text? (1) Immediate action. (2) Urgent action. (3) Routine action. (4) Record. (5) Interim.
(013. How to identify technical order types)10. Which type of TCTO has red Xs around the first page? Immediate action.
(013. How to identify technical order types)11. What type of TCTO is issued for a potentially hazardous condition that could result in injury to personnel or damage to property? Urgent action.
(013. How to identify technical order types)12. Which TCTO is issued for a mechanical condition that would constitute a hazard through prolonged usage? Routine action.
(013. How to identify technical order types)13. Which TCTO does not list step-by-step procedures? Record.
(013. How to identify technical order types)14. How are ITCTOs issued? By electronic means when urgent circumstances don’t allow for a timely publication of emergency instructions
(013. How to identify technical order types)15. What category are MPTOs? Category 00 (i.e., TO 00-5-1).
(014. Technical order improvement reporting)1. What form is used for TO improvement reporting? AFTO IMT 22
(014. Technical order improvement reporting)2. What are the three classifications of TO improvement reports? (1) Emergency. (2) Urgent. (3) Routine.
(014. Technical order improvement reporting)3. Emergency TO improvement reports are submitted for what reason? When a fatality, serious injury, extensive damage, or destruction of equipment or property results or if it affects the ability to achieve or maintain an operational posture, including work stoppage.
(014. Technical order improvement reporting)4. What type of improvement report is submitted if safety could be jeopardized? Urgent.
(014. Technical order improvement reporting)5. What type of report is for TO deficiencies and is processed within 45 days? Routine.
(015. Facts about publications)1. What are the two categories of publications? (1) Directive. (2) Nondirective.
(015. Facts about publications)2. What type of publication does not list procedures or detailed “how-to” instructions? PDs.
(015. Facts about publications)3. What type of publication is used to direct action and ensure compliance across the Air Force? Instruction.
(015. Facts about publications)4. Which type of directive publication has two categories––departmental and field level? Manuals.
(015. Facts about publications)5. What is the purpose of an OI? To assign responsibility, direct actions, and prescribe procedures
(015. Facts about publications)6. What nondirective publication that explains or instructs can be permanent? VA
(015. Facts about publications)7. Where can you find a listing of current Air Force manuals, pamphlets, instructions, and VAs online? Air Force’s E-publishing web site
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)1. Information about nonpowered AGE can be found in which technical orders? The 35 and 37 series.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)2. What are the basic parts of a maintenance stand? A base assembly, upper-structure assembly, platform assembly, and, on most stands, a hydraulic system.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)3. How is the height of the platform adjusted on the B-1 maintenance stand? By the extension and retraction of a hydraulic cylinder assembly
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)4. Which maintenance stand is best suited for performing maintenance and inspections on the vertical stabilizer and rudder? The B-2.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)5. What should you ensure prior to standing on the ladder of a scissors-type maintenance stand? The safety pins are installed.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)6. What should you do with the wheels of a B-4 or B-5 maintenance stand before towing? Lock the rear casters in the fore and aft position to prevent the wheel assembly from swiveling.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)7. How is the operation of the model 4000/4100 maintenance trailer controlled? Hydraulically.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)8. Other than transporting heavy loads, what’s an additional use for the model 3000 transportation trailer? Hold engines while inspections are performed.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)9. What can happen to an engine that has not been properly supported? It could twist or bend, damaging the engine or its sub parts
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)10. Describe what the two-hand pumps are designed to do in a hydromechanical jack? (1) The larger pump is used to raise the plunger at a higher speed to meet the load. (2) The smaller pump allows for greater ease of lift with a full load engaged.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)11. How do you control the speed of lowering a jack? By the amount the release valve is opened.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)12. Tripod jacks are generally used for what procedures? Weighing the aircraft; changing a landing gear or gear component; repairing a landing gear or gear component; or performing a landing gear retraction check.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)13. What are some of the uses of the axle jack? A tire change, brake change, or wheel/bearing inspection and lubrication.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)14. Aircraft oxygen systems are serviced with what two types of oxygen? (1) Gaseous. (2) Liquid.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)15. What are the properties of LOX? Pale blue, water-like substance that flows readily; it boils at –297 °F and expands to 860 times its original volume when warmed to a gaseous state.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)16. How much LOX does the TMU-27/M LOX mobile storage tank hold? 50 gals.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)17. What is the pressure gage range on a TMU-27/M LOX mobile storage tank? 0–100 psi.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)18. What position should the pressure buildup valve on the TMU-27/M LOX mobile storage tank be in? Closed, except when building up tank pressure.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)19. Why should LOX never be confined in any completely airtight piping or container? Because LOX expands 860 times its original volume and the pressure buildup when the liquid expands to gas will rupture the container.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)20. What form is used to track all aircraft oxygen systems serviced with a specific LOX cart? AFTO Form 134.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)21. What is stenciled in white on the side of each high-pressure gaseous oxygen cylinder bottle? AVIATOR’S BREATHING OXYGEN.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)22. How many oxygen cylinders is the AF/M32R-3 oxygen-servicing trailer designed to transport? 8
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)23. What is nitrogen used for in aircraft maintenance? Pressure-operated mechanisms.
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)24. Why is nitrogen the preferred gas for servicing aircraft systems? Because it is an inert gas that doesn’t form flammable or explosive mixtures with air or oxygen, nor does it support combustion
(016. Nonpowered aerospace ground equipment)25. The gaseous nitrogen cart is designed to use what method? Cascading.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)1. What’s the primary function of powered AGE? Provides an auxiliary means of external power without operating the aircraft engines, APU (if equipped), or internal systems to support maintenance activities
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)2. What happens to the waste product when the SGNSC separates the nitrogen from the air? It becomes enriched with oxygen (about 33% oxygen).
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)3. What is the purpose of the MC-1A air compressor? Provide high- or low-pressure, clean, dry air for servicing aircraft pneumatic systems, hydraulic accumulators, oleo struts, and tires.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)4. How much compressed air is the MC-2A air compressor capable of producing? 15 cfm up to 200 psi
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)5. How is heat increased or decreased on the H-1 heater? By allowing more or less fuel to enter the burner section.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)6. How is heating accomplished on the NGH? By a 60 Hz alternator that powers a separate oil burner and combustion blower.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)7. What is the temperature range of conditioned air provided by the C-10 air conditioner? 47 °F – 200 °F.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)8. From where does the C-10 receive its source of air? Hot bleed air from a gas turbine compressor.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)9. What’s the electrical power output of the A/M32A-86 generator? 115/200-volt, 400 Hz , 3-phase.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)10. How much air is the A/M32A-60 capable of producing? Approximately 150 pounds of air per minute at 50 psi.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)11. What source of power is used to start the A/M32A-95 generator? Nickel-cadmium battery, or two 12-volt gel pack batteries.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)12. How much electrical power can the FL-1D trailer-mounted floodlight produce? 120 VAC, 60 Hz.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)13. How high can the mast on the FL-1D trailer-mounted floodlight be raised? 12 ft.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)14. How is power supplied to the MK-3A-3? By a 93 hp, 440-volt, 3-phase, 60-cycle, 1,760 rpm electric motor
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)15. How is the MJ-2A hydraulic test stand driven? By a diesel engine
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)16. How are the hydraulic systems designated on the MJ-2A hydraulic test stand? Primary and secondary.
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)17. What’s the primary function of a tow vehicle? Towing and parking large aircraft
(017. Powered aerospace ground equipment)18. What is the adjustable height and lift capacity of the electric, split deck maintenance platform? An adjustable height from 6.7 feet to 36 feet and a lift capacity of 2,000 pounds
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)1. What TO covers aircraft hardware? 1-1A-8.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)2. The size of a bolt is stated in what terms? Length, diameter, and threads per inch.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)3. Define the grip length of a bolt. Unthreaded portion.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)4. What type of bolt is available with thin heads for use in tight places? Hexhead.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)5. What kind of bolt is used where shearing or sideways stress occurs? Clevis.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)6. What special-purpose bolt is used where external tension loads are applied? Eyebolt.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)7. What feature distinguishes the internal wrenching bolt from other bolts? The head is recessed.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)8. List three kinds of nonself-locking nuts. (1) Plain. (2) Check. (3) Castle. (4) Wing.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)9. List two uses for plain washers. (1) Provide a smooth bearing surface. (2) Act as shims (3) Adjust the portion of castellated nuts with respect to the drilled cotter pin holes. (4) Under lockwashers to prevent damage to surfaces of soft material.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)10. How are screws usually described? According to the shape of the head.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)11. What type of rivet is usually used for fastening aircraft structures? Common, solid shank
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)12. What type of aircraft fastener is not designed to carry a structural load? Quick-release.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)13. How is a cable size determined? By the diameter of the cable.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)14. Why are some cables coated with a nylon jacket? To increase the service life of the cable by keeping lubricants in and dirt out and dampening vibration.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)15. What is the purpose of a turnbuckle? To adjust tension on aircraft cables.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)16. Pulleys are made of what? Typically molded or machined phenolic of light alloy metal such as aluminum.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)17. What keeps cables from coming in contact with structural parts of the aircraft? Fairleads.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)18. What’s the purpose of a pressure seal? To prevent the loss of pressure from pressurized areas through which cables pass
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)19. What units are used to transmit motion about an axis and to change the direction of force of a cable or push-pull rod? Quadrants and bellcranks.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)20. What is a control rod? A rigid rod that transmits push and pull motions.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)21. What devices limit the movement of a control surface? Stops
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)22. Where are torque tubes used in flight control systems? Where they’re needed to transmit a twisting force.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)23. How are aluminum alloy and stainless steel tubing easily distinguished? By their different metallic luster; aluminum alloy tubing may be stamped with the actual alloy designation.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)24. Where is aluminum-alloy tubing commonly used? As a return line.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)25. Why is stainless steel tubing preferred on external brake lines and other exposed system lines? To prevent damage caused by flying gravel and stones and ground-handling accidents.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)26. What color is an aluminum alloy tube fitting? Blue.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)27. Describe the color-code tape used in identifying hydraulic lines. Blue band, a yellow band, and a white band overprinted with a row of black-bordered circles.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)28. A system line is 38 inches long and passes through a bulkhead. The bulkhead divides the line so that 25 inches are on one side. How many bands of tape should the line have? Three; one on the 13 inch section and two on the 25 inch section.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)29. Before you install a tubing assembly, you should inspect it for what conditions? Obstructions, dents, scratches, and damage to the flared end.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)30. What can result from over-tightening a tubing nut? Severe damage to the tubing flare or damage to the sleeve or nut of the fitting.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)31. What information can be obtained from the markings on flexible hose? The manufacturer’s code number or symbol marking, date of manufacture, size, and specification numbers.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)32. What prevents chafing of a hose passing through a bulkhead? Bulkhead-type grommets or cushion clips.
(018. Characteristics of aircraft hardware)33. How should hose connections be made to an engine or engine-mounted accessories? Install the hose so 1½ inches of slack or an adequate bend is provided between the last point of support and the attachment to the engine or accessory
(019. Hardware safetying methods)1. What safety-wire method is most commonly used? Double-twist.
(019. Hardware safetying methods)2. Using the double-twist method, how many closely spaced bolts can be safetied in a series? No more than you can secure with a 24 inch length of wire.
(019. Hardware safetying methods)3. When is 0.032 inch safety cable used to safety parts? When parts have a nominal hole diameter of 0.075 inch or smaller.
(019. Hardware safetying methods)4. What is a retaining ring? A retaining ring is a fastener that holds components onto a shaft or in a housing/bore when installed in a groove.
(019. Hardware safetying methods)5. Where are axially assembled retaining rings installed? Installed into machined grooves in housings or on shafts.
(019. Hardware safetying methods)6. How are beveled retaining rings held in place? Beveled retaining rings feature a beveled or angled edge. This angle allows the ring to wedge itself between the groove and the retained part until it can go no farther, effectively “locking” everything in place.
(019. Hardware safetying methods)7. When are spiral retaining rings used? When there is little clearance between the housing and the part to be retained.
(020. Characteristics of aircraft electrical connectors)1. What parts of a Cannon plug ensure connector halves aren’t mismated? A key and keyway arrangement in the barrel of the plug and receptacle.
(020. Characteristics of aircraft electrical connectors)2. AN-type Cannon plugs are being replaced with what type of plugs? M.S.
(020. Characteristics of aircraft electrical connectors)3. What TO provides information concerning connector repair? 1-1A-14.
(020. Characteristics of aircraft electrical connectors)4. Why is aluminum foil not used as a cover for Cannon plugs? May cause a short circuit.
(020. Characteristics of aircraft electrical connectors)5. Why should you not attempt to remove a Cannon plug’s insert from the shell? It is permanently bonded and can’t be removed without destroying it.
(021. Torque wrenches)1. What do torque wrenches measure? The force of pull in pounds when tightening hardware; nuts, bolts, clamps, etc.
(021. Torque wrenches)2. How do indicating-type torque wrenches display the applied torque? By a pointer that moves over an indicating scale.
(021. Torque wrenches)3. What type of torque wrench automatically releases when you apply a predetermined amount of torque? Breakaway.
(021. Torque wrenches)4. How much free travel does the breakaway torque wrench allow when the preset torque level is reached? Approximately 5 to10 degrees.
(021. Torque wrenches)5. What may happen if you over-tighten a component greater than the value set on a torque wrench? It may cause internal damage to the torque wrench, it adds a higher torque value to the part, and part failure could occur.
(021. Torque wrenches)6. What is the working range of a breakaway or indicating type torque wrench? Not lower than 20 percent and not greater than the rated capacity of the torque wrench.
(021. Torque wrenches)7. When torquing a bolt, to what should you set the torque value? The upper limit of the specific torque value allowed by the TO.
(021. Torque wrenches)8. When you’re using a torque wrench to tighten a series of nuts, do you tighten each nut to the specified torque before starting to torque the other nuts? Explain. No; gradually tighten each until they all meet the specified torque and tighten the nuts opposite of each other in sequence.
(021. Torque wrenches)9. Before storing a torque wrench, to what setting should you set the grip? Why? Lowest; this removes tension from the spring in the handle and preserves the accuracy of the torque wrench.
(021. Torque wrenches)10. Torque wrenches should have some kind of label (paper, tape, or other) on the handle. What information do you determine from this label before using the torque wrench? The calibration date.
(021. Torque wrenches)11. What do you do if you discover that a torque wrench is overdue calibration? Don’t use it; turn it in for calibration
(021. Torque wrenches)12. What are the two stresses a fastener takes when tightened? (1) Torsion (2) Tension.
(021. Torque wrenches)13. Why is breakaway torque measured? To ensure product integrity.
(021. Torque wrenches)14. What is prevailing torque usually associated with? Self-locking screws and nuts.
(022. Digital multimeters)1. What is a multimeter? A combined instrument consisting of an ammeter, voltmeter, and ohmmeter
(022. Digital multimeters)2. What is the major advantage of the Fluke multimeter? The ability to take readings without having to look at the display at the same time as you are looking at the test leads.
(022. Digital multimeters)3. How many input receptacles does the Fluke meter have? Four.
(022. Digital multimeters)4. What are the different Fluke meter modes of operation? Range, relative, minimum/maximum, and hold-reset/MIN/MAX.
(022. Digital multimeters)5. When does the Fluke meter perform a self-test? Every time you turn the meter on.
(022. Digital multimeters)6. Which measuring technique should you use for troubleshooting for a loose wire? Continuity.
(022. Digital multimeters)7. What should be done if the digital meter goes from OL to 0 when performing a continuity check? Continue using it (this is the normal indication).
(023. Other common measuring tools)1. What is a feeler gauge? A tool used to measure the gap between two parts.
(023. Other common measuring tools)2. What is incorporated into the feeler gauge case? A locking screw.
(023. Other common measuring tools)3. What are three commonly used micrometers? Outside micrometers, inside micrometers, depth micrometers.
(023. Other common measuring tools)4. What determines a micrometer’s “range”? The longest movement possible between the spindle and anvil of the micrometer.
(023. Other common measuring tools)5. What do outside calipers measure? Outside diameters.
(023. Other common measuring tools)6. How are simple calipers adjusted? By pulling or pushing the legs to open or close them.
(023. Other common measuring tools)7. What are transfer calipers used for? Measuring chamfered grooves or flanges.
(023. Other common measuring tools)8. How are slide calipers graduated? Inches, fractions, or millimeters.
(023. Other common measuring tools)9. What is used on depth gauges as the reference surface or master standard from which measurements are taken? The supporting block.
(023. Other common measuring tools)10. What must be done to the depth gauge before any measurements are taken? You must zero the gauge before measuring any depth.
(024. Supply concept, stocks, and ordering)1. Whose responsibility is supply discipline? All military and civilian employees, regardless of grade or position.
(024. Supply concept, stocks, and ordering)2. Why is it important to promptly process repairable items? The repairable item is as important as a serviceable item, since the repairable item may be the only part available.
(024. Supply concept, stocks, and ordering)3. List some examples of bench stock items. Nuts, bolts, cotter keys, washers, resistors, capacitors, light bulbs, sealants, and batteries
(024. Supply concept, stocks, and ordering)4. How should operating stock be identified? Clearly identify items as “Operating Stock” and label them with their noun, NSN or part number (if applicable), U/I, and shelf life, if applicable.
(024. Supply concept, stocks, and ordering)5. What is the basic purpose of a QRL? To provide maintenance personnel with a speedy identification and communication capability for placing a demand on a supply.
(024. Supply concept, stocks, and ordering)6. What form is normally used to request parts/supplies? AF Form 2005.
(024. Supply concept, stocks, and ordering)7. What form is used to request items that don’t have an NSN? DD Form 1348.
(024. Supply concept, stocks, and ordering)8. What form is used as a control document whenever you loan a tool to another individual? AF IMT 1297.
(025. DIFM and parts turn-in)1. What is the primary objective of the repair cycle asset control system? To bring about the economy of spares procurement through the effective management of assets.
(025. DIFM and parts turn-in)2. When does base supply order a replacement DIFM item? When it is determined the unserviceable item cannot be repaired on base, or the item is condemned.
(025. DIFM and parts turn-in)3. What documents are used to control a DIFM item through the repair cycle? DD Form 1348 and AFTO Form 350, Part II.
(025. DIFM and parts turn-in)4. When shop action is complete, what form is used to tag the item for turn-in? AFTO Form 350.
(025. DIFM and parts turn-in)5. What are the two categories of supply-type items that require turn-in? (1) Recoverable. (2) Consumable.
(025. DIFM and parts turn-in)6. Unserviceable and scrap materiel should not be thrown out, but turned in to whom? DRMO.
(025. DIFM and parts turn-in)7. Which part of the AFTO Form 350 serves as a production-scheduling document? Part II.
(025. DIFM and parts turn-in)8. Which condition tags and labels are easily identified by their yellow margins and letters? DD Forms 1574 and 1574-1.
(026. Deficiency reporting and warranty program)1. What’s the purpose of deficiency reporting? Establish a system to identify, report, and resolve deficiencies.
(026. Deficiency reporting and warranty program)2. Which DR category, if uncorrected, would cause death, severe injury, or severe occupational illness? CAT I.
(026. Deficiency reporting and warranty program)3. What DR category identifies a potential enhancement? CAT II.
(026. Deficiency reporting and warranty program)4. What does the engine warranty program guarantee against? Defects in AFMC workmanship.
(026. Deficiency reporting and warranty program)5. You submit reports against the engine warranty program IAW what directive? TO 00-35D-54.
(027. Aircraft inspection concepts)1. What’s the purpose of the planned inspection and maintenance concept? Provides a method of performing required inspections and repairs on a scheduled and controlled basis.
(027. Aircraft inspection concepts)2. Name the two overall inspection concepts used at base level to inspect aircraft. PH & PE
3. Which insp is due upon the accrual of the number of flying hours or operating hours, or at the expiration of a calendar period specified in the applicable MDS-specific -6 technical order, and is more extensive in scope than the HPO inspection or BPO ? PE
(027. Aircraft inspection concepts)4. What is the primary object of the PH inspection concept? To reduce the amount of time an aircraft is out of commission from a normal flight schedule for any given inspection package.
(027. Aircraft inspection concepts)5. Which inspection concept consists of the HSC, major, and minor inspections? Isochronal.
(027. Aircraft inspection concepts)6. Describe and briefly explain the use of the two primary aids of the planned inspection and maintenance concept. (1) Inspection WCs outline minimum inspection requirements. (2) SCs depict a basic planned work schedule and sequence in which the inspection WCs can be used.
(027. Aircraft inspection concepts)7. How are WCs sequenced? In the most logical or practical order of accomplishment.
(028. Aircraft inspections types)1. What TOs cover aircraft inspection concepts? 00-20-1 and the aircraft -6 TO.
(028. Aircraft inspections types)2. What inspection is performed to ensure that no serious defects or malfunctions exist? PR
(028. Aircraft inspections types)3. What inspection is performed just prior to takeoff? EOR
(028. Aircraft inspections types)4. What type of inspection is performed between flights? TH
(028. Aircraft inspections types)5. When is a BPO inspection performed? After the last flight of the specified flying period.
(028. Aircraft inspections types)6. If an aircraft is out of commission for more than 30 consecutive days, what minimum inspection is required before the aircraft is returned to operational status? BPO
(028. Aircraft inspections types)7. Who determines the additional requirements for a 90-day NO FLY calendar inspection? MXG/CC.
(028. Aircraft inspections types)8. Give three occasions when a special inspection may be required. 1) After a specified number of flying/equipment hours. (2) Following the lapse of a specific calendar time. (3) After the occurrence of a specific or unusual event.
(028. Aircraft inspections types)9. When is an acceptance inspection performed? When an aircraft is newly assigned to an organization and on all aircraft and engines received from depot.
(028. Aircraft inspections types)10. Under what two conditions must we comply with time replacement items? (1) After accrual of a specific interval of time. (2) Following the occurrence of a specific or unusual condition.
(029. Aircraft equipment inventory)1. Why do you make periodic checks of accountable equipment on aircraft? To maintain control and serviceability of equipment.
(029. Aircraft equipment inventory)2. Which form is used to transfer aircraft -21 equipment through transportation channels? DD Form 1149.
(029. Aircraft equipment inventory)3. What form is used to indicate the physical presence or absence of aircraft -21 equipment? AF IMT 2691.
(029. Aircraft equipment inventory)4. When aircraft -21 equipment is transferred with an aircraft, which form is used as a receipt document for the organization receiving the equipment? AF IMT 2692.
(030. Aircraft weight and balance)1. When is a weight and balance update required? Anytime a component weighs more than 5 pounds or causes more than a 0.1 percent change in CG is removed or installed.
(030. Aircraft weight and balance)2. Who updates the weight and balance? QA personnel must update the aircraft weight and balance records to check and show the CG difference.
(030. Aircraft weight and balance)3. What is the DD Form 365-1; CHART A used for? This form lists all equipment and other items that are or may be installed, and for which provisions or fixed stowage has been made in a definite location in the aircraft.
(030. Aircraft weight and balance)4. The DD Form 365-3; CHART C is used for what? All changes to the aircraft basic weight and moment regardless of the size shall be recorded (typed or clearly written in ink) on the Chart C to keep it correct and up-to-date.
(030. Aircraft weight and balance)5. When is an aircraft in balance? When all weight items in, on, or of the aircraft are distributed so that the longitudinal CG of the aircraft lies within a predetermined CG range.
(030. Aircraft weight and balance)6. What is the definition of arm? The distance of a weight from a reference datum.
(031. Principles of aircraft battle damage repair)1. What is the definition of battle damage? Damage sustained during combat operations.
(031. Principles of aircraft battle damage repair)2. What are the repair standards designed to do? To last for the projected aircraft life, restore structural members to their original strength and return all aircraft system components to a like-new condition.
(031. Principles of aircraft battle damage repair)3. What are the three fundamental preparations of ABDR? (1) Allowing the use of time-saving temporary repairs on certain types of damage. (2)Training mx personnel in the skills and techniques required to effect rapid repairs. (3) Provisioning the material necessary to accomplish rapid combat maintenance.
(031. Principles of aircraft battle damage repair)4. What has been a critical and decisive factor in successful military campaigns? The ability to quickly return battle damaged weapon systems to combat.
(031. Principles of aircraft battle damage repair)5. Who accomplishes aircraft battle damage assessments? Only fully qualified assessors from MAJCOM approved aircraft maintenance specialties
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment)1. What is corrosion? The electrochemical deterioration of a metal due to its chemical reaction with the surrounding environment
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment)2. What happens to iron exposed to moist air? Returns to its natural state––iron oxide or rust.
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment) Produced by the effects of an alternating cyclic stress and corrosive environment. Corrosion fatigue.
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment) Numerous worm-like traces of corrosion beneath the paint film. Filiform.
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment) First seen as a general dulling of the surface. Uniform surface.
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment) Indicated by a lifting up or swelling the surface grains of a metal Exfoliation.
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment) Resembles a white or gray powdery, dust-like deposit on the surface of the metal. Pitting.
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment) Occurs when different metals are in contact Galvanic.
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment) Is a selective attack along a metal’s grain boundaries. Intergranular.
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment)4. Which TO contains detailed instructions for corrosion prevention and treatment? 1-1-691.
(032. Corrosion identification and treatment)5. Corrosion is removed using what overall method or technique? By the mildest effective technique
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)1. The frequency of aircraft cleaning depends on what? The type of aircraft and the environmental conditions to which the aircraft is exposed.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)2. What factors should be considered when selecting a cleaner? Type and amount of soil to be removed, material size and surface condition of the part, and degree of cleanliness required.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)3. What is the most common type of solvent cleaner used on the aircraft? MIL-PRF-680, Type II.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)4. What is the preferred type of cleaner for cleaning the interior cockpit, floor, and deck area? MIL-PRF-85570, Type II.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)5. How do you clean optical glass? Spray the cleaner onto a flannel cloth, carefully wipe the lens surface, and then wipe dry with a clean flannel cloth.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)6. What solution is used to treat areas affected with electrolyte from a nickel-cadmium battery? Bromothymol Blue.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)7. What cleaning agent is used to clean light and moderate soils from the painted exterior of the aircraft? MIL-PRF-85570, Type I or Type II, or MIL-PRF-87937, Type II or IV.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)8. What procedure do you use to clean landing gear’s exposed pistons? Clean with a clean cloth dampened with hydraulic fluid; wipe away from seals.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)9. When outside temperatures are below 40 °F, where should the aircraft be cleaned? In an indoor heated wash rack.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)10. What should you do if cleaner is splashed in your eyes? Rinse your eyes thoroughly with fresh water for 15 minutes and report to the nearest medical facility.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)11. What are the purposes of lubrication? To prevent wear between moving parts, fill air spaces, displaces water, and provides a barrier against corrosive media.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)12. What type of information is found on a lubrication chart? Items to be lubricated, type of lubricant, and method of application.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)13. When can you apply a lubricant to a corroded surface? Never.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)14. How do you properly lubricate all aircraft grease fittings? Force grease into fittings until new grease is evident.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)15. In addition to your specific aircraft TO, where are safety and maintenance precautionary measures found? TO 1-1-691.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)16. Since various hazardous materials are used during lubrication, what should be used at all times? PPE.
(033. Aircraft cleaning and lubrication)17. Why should you not wear rings, watches, or other metallic objects during cleaning/lubing your aircraft? Keep from getting caught in moving parts.
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