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  • 1. 

    Completion of the undergraduate flying training qualifies an officer

    • A.

      As a mission ready flyer

    • B.

      For the basic aeronautical rating

    • C.

      To fly the MAJCOM’s mission aircraft

    • D.

      To perform the unit’s mission in an assigned aircrew position

    Correct Answer
    B. For the basic aeronautical rating
    Explanation
    Completion of undergraduate flying training qualifies an officer for the basic aeronautical rating because it demonstrates that the officer has successfully completed the necessary training and met the required standards to operate an aircraft. This rating signifies that the officer has the necessary knowledge and skills to safely and effectively fly the MAJCOM's mission aircraft. It also indicates that the officer is capable of performing their assigned aircrew position and contributing to the unit's mission.

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  • 2. 

    Which subcategory of qualification training provides the training necessary to qualify an aircrew member to perform the command or unit mission?

    • A.

      Initial qualification.

    • B.

      Mission qualification

    • C.

      Continuation training

    • D.

      Requalification training.

    Correct Answer
    B. Mission qualification
    Explanation
    Mission qualification training provides the necessary training for an aircrew member to qualify and perform the specific command or unit mission. This type of training focuses on the specific skills and knowledge required to successfully complete the mission, ensuring that the aircrew member is fully prepared and capable of carrying out their duties effectively.

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  • 3. 

    Which type of continuation training is required to complete the greatest number of training tasks?

    • A.

      Basic mission capable (BMC)

    • B.

      Basic aircraft qualification (BAQ).

    • C.

      Initial qualification training (IQT)

    • D.

      Mission ready/combat mission ready (MR/CMR).

    Correct Answer
    D. Mission ready/combat mission ready (MR/CMR).
    Explanation
    Mission ready/combat mission ready (MR/CMR) training is required to complete the greatest number of training tasks. This type of training ensures that individuals are fully prepared and capable of carrying out their assigned missions and combat duties. It covers a wide range of skills and tasks that are necessary for operational readiness and combat effectiveness. By completing MR/CMR training, individuals are able to handle various mission scenarios and perform their duties in a combat environment. This type of training is crucial for maintaining a high level of readiness and preparedness in military operations.

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  • 4. 

    What percentage of the annual sortie requirements are flight surgeons required to perform in their primary aircraft?

    • A.

      25

    • B.

      40

    • C.

      50

    • D.

      75

    Correct Answer
    C. 50
    Explanation
    Flight surgeons are required to perform 50% of the annual sortie requirements in their primary aircraft. This means that half of the total number of sorties that need to be completed in a year must be performed by flight surgeons in their primary aircraft. This ensures that flight surgeons maintain their proficiency and are able to provide medical support and care during flight operations.

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  • 5. 

    Which aircrew evaluation consists of a flight and ground phase?

    • A.

      Emergency procedures

    • B.

      Aircrew qualification

    • C.

      Supplementary

    • D.

      Critical action

    Correct Answer
    B. Aircrew qualification
    Explanation
    Aircrew qualification consists of both a flight and ground phase. During the flight phase, the aircrew's skills and abilities are assessed in real-time flying scenarios. This includes evaluating their ability to handle emergency situations and perform critical actions. The ground phase involves theoretical training and examinations to ensure the aircrew has the necessary knowledge and understanding of procedures and regulations. Therefore, aircrew qualification is the correct answer as it encompasses both the flight and ground evaluation phases.

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  • 6. 

    The aircrew qualification evaluation is due every

    • A.

      9 months

    • B.

      12 months

    • C.

      15 months

    • D.

      17 months

    Correct Answer
    D. 17 months
    Explanation
    The aircrew qualification evaluation is due every 17 months. This means that aircrew members must undergo an evaluation of their skills and qualifications every 17 months to ensure they are up to date and capable of performing their duties effectively. This regular evaluation helps maintain the safety and proficiency of the aircrew, as it allows for any necessary training or requalification to be conducted within a reasonable timeframe.

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  • 7. 

    Which Q-level is given when an aircrew member demonstrates desired performance and knowledge during an aircrew evaluation?

    • A.

      1

    • B.

      2

    • C.

      3

    • D.

      4

    Correct Answer
    A. 1
    Explanation
    When an aircrew member demonstrates the desired performance and knowledge during an aircrew evaluation, they are given a Q-level of 1.

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  • 8. 

    What document is used to record and certify a member’s aircrew qualification?

    • A.

      AF Form 8.

    • B.

      MAR/TAR

    • C.

      AF IMT 1522

    • D.

      AF Form 4324

    Correct Answer
    A. AF Form 8.
    Explanation
    The AF Form 8 is used to record and certify a member's aircrew qualification. This document serves as a comprehensive record of an aircrew member's training and qualifications, including flight hours, aircraft type, and mission-specific certifications. It is an official document that is used to track and verify an aircrew member's proficiency and readiness for flight operations. The AF Form 8 is an essential tool for maintaining the safety and effectiveness of aircrew personnel.

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  • 9. 

    What document contains a chronological history of a member’s aircrew evaluations?

    • A.

      AF Form 8

    • B.

      AF Form 942

    • C.

      AF IMT 1522

    • D.

      AF Form 4324

    Correct Answer
    B. AF Form 942
    Explanation
    AF Form 942 is the correct answer because it is a document that contains a chronological history of a member's aircrew evaluations. This form is used to record and track the evaluations and qualifications of aircrew members in the Air Force. It serves as a comprehensive record of an individual's performance and progress in their aircrew duties, including any training, evaluations, and certifications they have received. This document is essential for tracking and maintaining the proficiency and qualifications of aircrew members.

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  • 10. 

    The AF Form 8, Certificate of Aircrew Evaluation, is maintained permanently in

    • A.

      A master record set.

    • B.

      The member’s training folder

    • C.

      The member’s flight record folder

    • D.

      The member’s flight evaluation folder

    Correct Answer
    D. The member’s flight evaluation folder
    Explanation
    The AF Form 8, Certificate of Aircrew Evaluation, is maintained permanently in the member's flight evaluation folder. This folder is specifically dedicated to storing all records related to the member's flight evaluations. By keeping the AF Form 8 in this folder, it ensures that the certificate is easily accessible and organized for future reference and review.

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  • 11. 

    Flight authorization duty codes describe a member’s

    • A.

      Training level ONLY

    • B.

      Aircrew qualification ONLY

    • C.

      Aircrew qualification and duty position ONLY.

    • D.

      Aircrew qualification, duty position, and training level

    Correct Answer
    D. Aircrew qualification, duty position, and training level
    Explanation
    Flight authorization duty codes are used to describe various aspects of a member's role in an aircrew. These codes encompass the individual's aircrew qualification, indicating their level of competency and expertise in performing specific tasks. Additionally, the duty position is specified, which denotes the specific role or job within the aircrew that the member is assigned to. Lastly, the duty codes also reflect the training level of the individual, indicating the extent of their training and proficiency in their assigned duties. Therefore, the correct answer is that flight authorization duty codes describe the member's aircrew qualification, duty position, and training level.

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  • 12. 

    Which characters of the flight authorization duty code is/are MAJCOM specific?

    • A.

      The third, fourth, and fifth characters

    • B.

      The second and third characters.

    • C.

      The first and second characters.

    • D.

      The first character ONLY.

    Correct Answer
    A. The third, fourth, and fifth characters
    Explanation
    The flight authorization duty code is a code that specifies the duties and responsibilities of individuals involved in flight authorization. The question asks which characters of this code are specific to a particular MAJCOM (Major Command). The correct answer states that the third, fourth, and fifth characters are MAJCOM specific. This means that these characters vary depending on the specific MAJCOM, while the other characters (first and second) may be the same across different MAJCOMs.

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  • 13. 

    In the Aircraft Assignment window in Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS), an aircraft status code of “00” denotes the aircraft is

    • A.

      Inactive

    • B.

      Primary

    • C.

      Simulator

    • D.

      Secondary

    Correct Answer
    A. Inactive
    Explanation
    In the Aircraft Assignment window in Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS), an aircraft status code of "00" denotes that the aircraft is inactive.

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  • 14. 

    What is the first step in creating a training program in Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS)?

    • A.

      Create task identifiers

    • B.

      Build training profiles.

    • C.

      Assign training profiles.

    • D.

      Add the program in the training program list.

    Correct Answer
    D. Add the program in the training program list.
    Explanation
    The first step in creating a training program in ARMS is to add the program in the training program list. This suggests that before any other actions can be taken, the program must be included in the list of available training programs. This step likely ensures that the program is properly recognized and accessible within the ARMS system, allowing for further actions such as creating task identifiers, building training profiles, and assigning training profiles to be carried out effectively.

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  • 15. 

    Where can you find a listing of Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS) standard program codes?

    • A.

      AFI 11–401.

    • B.

      AFI 11–421

    • C.

      AFI 11–202, Vol 1

    • D.

      AFI 11–2, MDS-Specific, Vol 1.

    Correct Answer
    C. AFI 11–202, Vol 1
    Explanation
    AFI 11–202, Vol 1 is the correct answer because it is the Air Force Instruction that provides the listing of Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS) standard program codes. This document specifically covers the guidelines and procedures for managing and maintaining aircraft and related resources in the Air Force. The other options listed do not pertain to ARMS standard program codes.

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  • 16. 

    When adding a training program in Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS), the “Program Duration” refers to

    • A.

      The length of the next training cycle.

    • B.

      The length of the current training cycle

    • C.

      The time it takes for the program to take effect.

    • D.

      The number of training tasks inside the training program.

    Correct Answer
    B. The length of the current training cycle
    Explanation
    The "Program Duration" in ARMS refers to the length of the current training cycle. This means that it indicates the amount of time it takes to complete the training program. It is not related to the next training cycle or the time it takes for the program to take effect. Additionally, it does not refer to the number of training tasks within the program.

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  • 17. 

    Task IDs with duplicate double letters indicate

    • A.

      Grounding items.

    • B.

      Locally developed training tasks

    • C.

      Air Force specified training events

    • D.

      MAJCOM specified training tasks

    Correct Answer
    C. Air Force specified training events
    Explanation
    The given options are different types of task IDs. The correct answer "Air Force specified training events" indicates that these task IDs specifically refer to training events that are specified by the Air Force.

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  • 18. 

    Locally developed training requirements will have task IDs beginning with the letter

    • A.

      A

    • B.

      Q

    • C.

      X

    • D.

      Z

    Correct Answer
    C. X
    Explanation
    The correct answer is X because task IDs are typically used to identify specific tasks or training requirements within a system. Locally developed training requirements may have task IDs that begin with the letter X, indicating that they are specific to a certain region or organization. The other options (A, Q, Z) are not commonly used to represent task IDs in this context.

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  • 19. 

    When building a training profile in Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS), which section of the Training Management window would you use to enter the task frequency, phase period, and volume/duration?

    • A.

      Restrictions

    • B.

      Dual Credits

    • C.

      Prerequisites.

    • D.

      Requirements.

    Correct Answer
    D. Requirements.
    Explanation
    In the Training Management window of the Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS), the section used to enter the task frequency, phase period, and volume/duration is the "Requirements" section. This section allows the user to specify the specific requirements for the training profile, including how often the task needs to be performed, the duration of each phase, and the volume or duration of the training.

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  • 20. 

    Frequency refers to

    • A.

      How often a task must be performed

    • B.

      How many times a task is dual-credited.

    • C.

      The length of time a task must be performed

    • D.

      The number of times a task must be performed.

    Correct Answer
    A. How often a task must be performed
    Explanation
    Frequency refers to how often a task must be performed. It indicates the regularity or repetition of a task over a specific period of time. It does not refer to the length of time a task must be performed or the number of times it is dual-credited. Instead, frequency focuses on the regularity and how frequently a task needs to be completed.

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  • 21. 

    When assigning dual-credit criteria in Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS), the type of credit given may include

    • A.

      Volume ONLY

    • B.

      Accomplishment date ONLY

    • C.

      Accomplishment date and volume ONLY

    • D.

      Accomplishment date, volume, and prerequisites

    Correct Answer
    C. Accomplishment date and volume ONLY
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "accomplishment date and volume ONLY". This means that when assigning dual-credit criteria in ARMS, the type of credit given is based solely on the accomplishment date and volume of work completed. It does not take into account any prerequisites that may be required for the credit.

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  • 22. 

    When auditing the training profile master list, any task that is set to dual credit will have an arrow connecting the task

    • A.

      To the task being dual credited

    • B.

      To the prerequisite item

    • C.

      To its parent task

    • D.

      To its subtask

    Correct Answer
    A. To the task being dual credited
    Explanation
    When auditing the training profile master list, if a task is set to dual credit, it means that the completion of this task will result in the individual receiving credit for two different tasks. To visually represent this, an arrow is used to connect the task being dual credited to the task it is being dual credited with. This allows for clear identification and tracking of the relationship between the two tasks.

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  • 23. 

    After you are finished assigning training profiles to an aircrew member, audit the transactions using the

    • A.

      Training Update Audit List

    • B.

      Training Profile Master List.

    • C.

      Individual Training Summary.

    • D.

      Training Profile Assignment List.

    Correct Answer
    D. Training Profile Assignment List.
    Explanation
    The Training Profile Assignment List is the correct answer because it allows you to audit the transactions after assigning training profiles to an aircrew member. This list provides a comprehensive overview of the training profiles that have been assigned to each individual, allowing you to review and verify the accuracy and completeness of the assignments. The Training Update Audit List, Training Profile Master List, and Individual Training Summary may provide useful information, but they do not specifically focus on auditing the transactions related to training profile assignments.

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  • 24. 

    For which months may a member be prorated if the training cycle is from 1 Jan to 30 Jun and the member was DNIF from 9 Mar to 17 Apr?

    • A.

      Mar ONLY

    • B.

      Apr, May, and Jun

    • C.

      Feb, Mar, and Apr

    • D.

      Mar and April ONLY

    Correct Answer
    D. Mar and April ONLY
    Explanation
    A member may be prorated for the months of March and April only because they were DNIF (Duty Not Including Flying) from 9th March to 17th April. This means that they were unable to participate in training for these two months, so their membership fees or benefits may be adjusted accordingly for this period.

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  • 25. 

    You may prorate the following training tasks EXCEPT

    • A.

      Takeoff.

    • B.

      Landing.

    • C.

      Small arms.

    • D.

      Precision approach.

    Correct Answer
    C. Small arms.
    Explanation
    The given options consist of various training tasks related to aviation. Takeoff and landing are essential training tasks for pilots to learn how to safely operate an aircraft during departure and arrival. Precision approach refers to the training task of accurately navigating and landing an aircraft in adverse weather conditions. However, "small arms" does not fit in the context of aviation training tasks. Small arms typically refer to handheld firearms, which are not relevant to aviation training. Therefore, the correct answer is "small arms."

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  • 26. 

    When you prorate a training profile, what happens to the tasks inside that particular training profile?

    • A.

      The volume requirements of all tasks are reduced

    • B.

      The volume requirements of some tasks are reduced.

    • C.

      The number accomplished of all tasks are reduced.

    • D.

      The number accomplished of some tasks are reduced.

    Correct Answer
    A. The volume requirements of all tasks are reduced
    Explanation
    When you prorate a training profile, the volume requirements of all tasks are reduced. This means that the amount of work or effort needed for each task is decreased. This could be due to factors such as time constraints or resource limitations. By reducing the volume requirements, it allows for a more manageable workload and allows individuals to complete the tasks more efficiently.

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  • 27. 

    What must you do if you need to make changes to a training task without affecting the rest of the tasks inside a training profile?

    • A.

      Tailor the task individually

    • B.

      Delete the member’s profile

    • C.

      Modify the task using the Training Task window

    • D.

      Delete and reenter the task with the required changes.

    Correct Answer
    A. Tailor the task individually
    Explanation
    To make changes to a training task without affecting the rest of the tasks inside a training profile, the best approach is to tailor the task individually. This means making specific modifications to the task without altering the other tasks in the profile. This allows for customization and flexibility in addressing specific training needs without disrupting the overall training program.

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  • 28. 

    You can tailor an individual training task for the purpose of the following EXCEPT

    • A.

      Prorating a task.

    • B.

      Adjusting a due date.

    • C.

      Changing a training cycle.

    • D.

      Modifying training requirements.

    Correct Answer
    C. Changing a training cycle.
    Explanation
    The question asks for an exception, meaning the answer should be the option that does not fit the given criteria. The options "prorating a task," "adjusting a due date," and "modifying training requirements" all involve making changes or adjustments to the training task to suit specific needs or circumstances. However, "changing a training cycle" does not involve tailoring an individual training task but rather altering the overall schedule or duration of the training program. Therefore, "changing a training cycle" is the exception in this case.

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  • 29. 

    Who is responsible for completing the AF Form 4324 when assigning training profiles?

    • A.

      The member

    • B.

      The Squadron Aviation Resource Management (SARM) office

    • C.

      The Stan Eval Office

    • D.

      The aircrew training office

    Correct Answer
    D. The aircrew training office
    Explanation
    The aircrew training office is responsible for completing the AF Form 4324 when assigning training profiles. This form is used to document and track the training requirements and qualifications of aircrew members. The aircrew training office is in charge of ensuring that each aircrew member is assigned the appropriate training profile based on their qualifications and job requirements. They are responsible for updating and maintaining the training records of aircrew members to ensure compliance with regulations and standards.

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  • 30. 

    When assigning training profiles, thoroughly check the AF Form 4324 for accuracy; particularly

    • A.

      The Formal Training section.

    • B.

      The Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS) Update Certification section

    • C.

      The ARMS Training Profile Management section

    • D.

      The Aircraft Assignment/Crew Position/Qualification section

    Correct Answer
    C. The ARMS Training Profile Management section
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the ARMS Training Profile Management section. When assigning training profiles, it is important to thoroughly check the ARMS Form 4324 for accuracy, specifically focusing on the ARMS Training Profile Management section. This section contains crucial information about the individual's training profile and ensures that the correct training is assigned to the individual. By carefully reviewing this section, any discrepancies or errors can be identified and corrected, ensuring that the individual receives the appropriate training for their role.

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  • 31. 

    When may you update Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS) without having a source document?

    • A.

      Never

    • B.

      During an aircraft mishap.

    • C.

      When directed by the commander.

    • D.

      When directed by your supervisor.

    Correct Answer
    A. Never
    Explanation
    Updating the Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS) without a source document is never allowed. This means that there should always be a source document to support any updates made to the system. This ensures accuracy and accountability in the information recorded in ARMS.

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  • 32. 

    Who must certify the AF IMT 1522, ARMS Additional Training Accomplishment Report, when the training was conducted by an outside agency?

    • A.

      The aircraft commander

    • B.

      The training instructor.

    • C.

      The unit commander

    • D.

      The member

    Correct Answer
    B. The training instructor.
    Explanation
    When the training is conducted by an outside agency, the responsibility of certifying the AF IMT 1522, ARMS Additional Training Accomplishment Report falls on the training instructor. As they are directly involved in providing the training, they are in the best position to assess and verify the completion of the training by the member. The aircraft commander and unit commander may have supervisory roles, but they are not directly involved in the training process. Therefore, the training instructor is the most appropriate person to certify the report.

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  • 33. 

    When updating training accomplishments in Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS), use the Single Date window when updating one or more tasks accomplished on

    • A.

      The same date by a single member ONLY

    • B.

      Multiple dates by a single member ONLY

    • C.

      The same date by a single or multiple members

    • D.

      Multiple dates by a single or multiple members

    Correct Answer
    C. The same date by a single or multiple members
    Explanation
    When updating training accomplishments in ARMS, the Single Date window should be used for updating tasks accomplished on the same date by either a single member or multiple members. This means that if multiple members have completed tasks on the same date, all of their accomplishments can be updated using the Single Date window.

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  • 34. 

    You may use the Multiple Date window to update training accomplishments for multiple members as long as the tasks and accomplishment dates are

    • A.

      The same for some members.

    • B.

      Different for some members.

    • C.

      Different for all members

    • D.

      The same for all members

    Correct Answer
    D. The same for all members
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "the same for all members". This means that the tasks and accomplishment dates should be identical for every member when using the Multiple Date window to update training accomplishments. This option allows for efficient and streamlined updating of training accomplishments for a group of members who have completed the same tasks on the same dates.

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  • 35. 

    After you are finished updating training accomplishments in Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS), audit the transactions using the

    • A.

      Training Update Audit List

    • B.

      Training Profile Master List.

    • C.

      Individual Training Summary.

    • D.

      Training Profile Assignment List.

    Correct Answer
    A. Training Update Audit List
    Explanation
    The Training Update Audit List is used to audit the transactions after updating training accomplishments in ARMS. It helps to ensure that the training updates have been accurately recorded and that there are no errors or discrepancies in the system. By reviewing this list, any mistakes or omissions can be identified and corrected, ensuring the integrity and accuracy of the training records in ARMS.

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  • 36. 

    To request a Training Update Audit List from Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS), what must you enter in the Process Date Field?

    • A.

      The date the training accomplishments were entered

    • B.

      The date the training task was accomplished.

    • C.

      The date of the flight.

    • D.

      The current date

    Correct Answer
    A. The date the training accomplishments were entered
    Explanation
    To request a Training Update Audit List from ARMS, you need to enter the date the training accomplishments were entered. This is because the audit list will provide an overview of the training accomplishments that have been entered into the system on that specific date. By entering the date of entry, you can ensure that you are retrieving the most up-to-date information regarding training accomplishments.

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  • 37. 

    To properly document errors found on the Training Update Audit List

    • A.

      Cross out the error and write the correct information on the right side margin.

    • B.

      Cross out the error and write the correct information on the left side margin.

    • C.

      Line through the error and write the correct information above the line.

    • D.

      Line through the error and write the correct information below the line.

    Correct Answer
    C. Line through the error and write the correct information above the line.
    Explanation
    To properly document errors found on the Training Update Audit List, it is recommended to line through the error and write the correct information above the line. This method ensures that the error is clearly identified and crossed out, while the correct information is easily visible and can be read without any confusion. Writing the correct information above the line also helps to maintain the integrity and clarity of the document, making it easier for others to understand the corrections made.

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  • 38. 

    Which Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS) training report displays a line-byline listing of all the training tasks assigned to a member to include volume requirement, volume accomplished, date last accomplished, and date due?

    • A.

      Individual Training Summary.

    • B.

      Individual Training Report.

    • C.

      Unit Currency Summary.

    • D.

      Unit Status Summary.

    Correct Answer
    A. Individual Training Summary.
    Explanation
    The Individual Training Summary report in the Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS) provides a detailed list of all training tasks assigned to a member. It includes information such as the volume requirement, volume accomplished, date of the last accomplishment, and the date when the training is due. This report allows for a comprehensive overview of an individual's training status and progress.

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  • 39. 

    Which type of mission provides air interdiction (AI) and close air support (CAS)?

    • A.

      Surveillance, intelligence, and reconnaissance (SIR).

    • B.

      Counterair

    • C.

      Countersea.

    • D.

      Counterland

    Correct Answer
    D. Counterland
    Explanation
    Counterland missions involve providing air interdiction (AI) and close air support (CAS). AI refers to the use of air power to attack enemy targets on land, such as enemy troops, vehicles, or infrastructure. CAS, on the other hand, involves providing direct air support to friendly forces on the ground. Both of these mission types are focused on operations on land, making Counterland the correct answer.

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  • 40. 

    What must maintenance personnel do in order to provide mission capable aircraft to meet the unit’s mission requirements?

    • A.

      Keep up with routine and scheduled maintenance

    • B.

      Identify scheduling and limiting factors

    • C.

      Increase mission requirements

    • D.

      Lower maintenance output

    Correct Answer
    A. Keep up with routine and scheduled maintenance
    Explanation
    Maintenance personnel must keep up with routine and scheduled maintenance in order to provide mission capable aircraft to meet the unit's mission requirements. This is because routine and scheduled maintenance help ensure that the aircraft is in optimal condition and functioning properly. By regularly performing maintenance tasks, any potential issues or malfunctions can be identified and addressed before they become larger problems that could affect the aircraft's performance or safety. Therefore, keeping up with routine and scheduled maintenance is crucial for maintaining the aircraft's readiness and meeting the unit's mission requirements.

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  • 41. 

    Crew rest includes at least how many hours of uninterrupted sleep?

    • A.

      6

    • B.

      8

    • C.

      10

    • D.

      12

    Correct Answer
    B. 8
    Explanation
    Crew rest typically includes at least 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep. This ensures that crew members have enough time to rest and recover from their duties. Adequate sleep is crucial for maintaining alertness and performance during long flights. It also helps to prevent fatigue-related errors and promotes overall well-being. Therefore, 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep is considered a standard requirement for crew rest.

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  • 42. 

    The flight duty period ends when

    • A.

      The aircraft has landed and comes to a full stop.

    • B.

      Aircraft engines are stopped at the end of a mission

    • C.

      The member has arrived at his or her place of residence

    • D.

      The member has completed all debriefing requirements

    Correct Answer
    B. Aircraft engines are stopped at the end of a mission
    Explanation
    The flight duty period ends when the aircraft engines are stopped at the end of a mission. This is because the flight duty period refers to the time during which a crew member is assigned to perform duties on an aircraft. Once the mission is completed and the engines are stopped, it signifies the end of the crew member's active duty and their responsibility for the aircraft.

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  • 43. 

    When forecasting air refueling (AR) requirements, each scheduling office must forecast requirements for the next fiscal year plus

    • A.

      2 years

    • B.

      3 years

    • C.

      4 years

    • D.

      5 years

    Correct Answer
    D. 5 years
    Explanation
    When forecasting air refueling (AR) requirements, it is necessary for each scheduling office to anticipate the requirements for a longer duration in order to effectively plan and allocate resources. By forecasting for 5 years, the scheduling office can account for any long-term changes in demand or operational needs, ensuring that sufficient air refueling capabilities are available. This allows for better strategic planning and resource management, minimizing any potential disruptions or shortages in the future.

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  • 44. 

    When forecasting air refueling (AR) requirements, the requesting unit must make allowances for attrition to include the following EXCEPT

    • A.

      System failure

    • B.

      Weather delays

    • C.

      Aircrew availability

    • D.

      Air traffic control delays

    Correct Answer
    C. Aircrew availability
    Explanation
    When forecasting air refueling (AR) requirements, the requesting unit must make allowances for attrition, which refers to the reduction in the number of available resources. This can occur due to various factors such as system failure, weather delays, and air traffic control delays. However, aircrew availability is not a factor that needs to be considered when making these allowances.

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  • 45. 

    Tanker support is not final until

    • A.

      60 days before the affected quarter

    • B.

      70 days before the affected quarter

    • C.

      It is published in the quarterly air refueling (AR) schedule

    • D.

      HQ AMC/TACC releases approved tanker support allocations.

    Correct Answer
    C. It is published in the quarterly air refueling (AR) schedule
    Explanation
    Tanker support is not considered final until it is published in the quarterly air refueling (AR) schedule. This means that even if allocations for tanker support have been released by HQ AMC/TACC, they are subject to change until they are officially published in the AR schedule. This ensures that any adjustments or modifications can be made to the tanker support allocations before they are finalized and implemented.

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  • 46. 

    Which publication would you use to find information on special-use airspace and its controlling agency?

    • A.

      Appendix A of DOD Flight Information Publication.

    • B.

      AFI 13–301, Air Force Airspace Management.

    • C.

      AFI 11–221, Air Refueling Management.

    • D.

      DOD Foreign Clearance Guide.

    Correct Answer
    A. Appendix A of DOD Flight Information Publication.
    Explanation
    Appendix A of DOD Flight Information Publication would be the appropriate publication to find information on special-use airspace and its controlling agency.

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  • 47. 

    As a ground scheduler, you must

    • A.

      Ignore training events that require advanced coordination

    • B.

      Always schedule non-flying activities around flying activities.

    • C.

      Work around personal appointments that are easy to reschedule

    • D.

      Determine which task takes priority and resolve scheduling issues as they arise.

    Correct Answer
    D. Determine which task takes priority and resolve scheduling issues as they arise.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "determine which task takes priority and resolve scheduling issues as they arise." This answer best reflects the role and responsibilities of a ground scheduler. As a ground scheduler, it is crucial to prioritize tasks based on their importance and urgency. Additionally, resolving scheduling issues promptly and efficiently is essential to ensure smooth operations and coordination.

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  • 48. 

    Within how many working days upon receipt of the flying hour allocations does the annual planning cycle start?

    • A.

      10

    • B.

      14

    • C.

      15

    • D.

      25

    Correct Answer
    A. 10
    Explanation
    The annual planning cycle starts within 10 working days upon receipt of the flying hour allocations. This means that once the flying hour allocations are received, the planning process begins within a maximum of 10 working days.

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  • 49. 

    When building a quarterly plan, operational requirements are provided to maintenance

    • A.

      Within 30 days after receipt of the annual plan.

    • B.

      No later than 25 days before the affected quarter.

    • C.

      No later than 14 days before the affected quarter.

    • D.

      Within 10 days after receipt of the flying hour allocations.

    Correct Answer
    B. No later than 25 days before the affected quarter.
    Explanation
    Operational requirements are provided to maintenance "no later than 25 days before the affected quarter" when building a quarterly plan. This means that maintenance needs to receive the operational requirements at least 25 days before the start of the quarter in order to plan and prepare accordingly. This allows maintenance enough time to allocate resources, schedule maintenance activities, and ensure that all operational requirements are met in a timely manner.

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  • 50. 

    Which scheduling plan includes aircrew names and aircraft tail numbers?

    • A.

      Annual.

    • B.

      Quarterly.

    • C.

      Monthly.

    • D.

      Weekly.

    Correct Answer
    D. Weekly.
    Explanation
    The scheduling plan that includes aircrew names and aircraft tail numbers is the weekly plan. This plan allows for a more detailed and specific allocation of resources, as it provides information on both the personnel and the aircraft involved in the scheduling process. The other options, such as annual, quarterly, and monthly plans, may not provide the same level of granularity and may not include specific details about aircrew names and aircraft tail numbers.

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