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CDC Volume 5 Aviation Resource Management Test! - Quiz

Resource managers in aircraft are tasked with ensuring that every equipment needed by air force personnel is readily available and is functioning as planned, such as parachutes. What we have here is a CDC volume 5 aviation resource management test designed to prepare you for finals on your way to cementing your career. Give it a try and keep revising!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    WHAT TYPE OF PAY WAS ESTABLISHED UNDER THE ACIP OF 1974?

    • A.

      HAZARDOUS DUTY INCENTICE PAY

    • B.

      ACIP

    • C.

      CEFIP

    • D.

      BASIC PAY

    Correct Answer
    B. ACIP
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ACIP, which stands for Additional Compensation for Intense or Hazardous Duties. This type of pay was established under the ACIP of 1974 to provide extra compensation to individuals who perform hazardous duties as part of their job. It is meant to incentivize and compensate employees for the increased risk and intensity of their work.

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  • 2. 

    TO RECEIVE ACIP , A RATED OFFICER MUST BE ENTITLED TO BASIC PAY,

    • A.

      AND MEET OFDA REQUIREMENTS ONLY

    • B.

      AND HOLD AN AERONAUTICAL RATING ONLY

    • C.

      HOLD AN AERONAUTICAL RATING, AND BE QUALIFIED FOR AVIATION SERVICE

    • D.

      HOLD AN ADANCED AERONAUTICAL RATING, AND MEET OFDA REQUIREMENTS

    Correct Answer
    C. HOLD AN AERONAUTICAL RATING, AND BE QUALIFIED FOR AVIATION SERVICE
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "HOLD AN AERONAUTICAL RATING, AND BE QUALIFIED FOR AVIATION SERVICE". This means that in order to receive ACIP (Aviation Career Incentive Pay), an officer must have an aeronautical rating and also be qualified for aviation service. Meeting OFDA requirements or holding an advanced aeronautical rating are not mentioned as requirements for receiving ACIP.

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  • 3. 

    IN A GIVEN MONTH, THE AMOUNT OF FLYING TIME REQUIRED FOR CONDITIONAL PAY DEPENDS ON THE MEMBER'S

    • A.

      TOTAL AMOUNT OF FLYING HOURS BANKED

    • B.

      HOURS AND NUMBER OF TIMES FLOWN

    • C.

      ACTIVE FLYING STATUS PLACEMENT

    • D.

      PLACEMENT OR REMOVAL FROM ACTIVE FLYING STATUS

    Correct Answer
    D. PLACEMENT OR REMOVAL FROM ACTIVE FLYING STATUS
    Explanation
    The amount of flying time required for conditional pay depends on the member's placement or removal from active flying status. This means that if a member is placed in or removed from active flying status, the amount of flying time required for conditional pay will change. The other options, such as the total amount of flying hours banked, hours and number of times flown, and active flying status placement, may also play a role in determining the amount of flying time required for conditional pay, but the most significant factor is the placement or removal from active flying status.

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  • 4. 

    WHICH TYPE OF INCENTIVE PAY IS GIVEN TO FLIGHT SURGEONS THAT ARE IN ACTIVE FLYING STATUS?

    • A.

      HDIP

    • B.

      CEFIP

    • C.

      ACIP

    • D.

      CONDITIONAL ACIP

    Correct Answer
    D. CONDITIONAL ACIP
    Explanation
    Flight surgeons who are in active flying status are given the incentive pay known as CONDITIONAL ACIP. This type of incentive pay is specifically designed for flight surgeons who actively participate in flying duties. The term "conditional" suggests that the payment is contingent upon meeting certain conditions, such as maintaining active flying status. This pay is likely provided to compensate flight surgeons for the additional risks and responsibilities associated with their role in supporting aviation operations.

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  • 5. 

    WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PAY WAS ESTABLISHED UNDER TH FY 2000 NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT?

    • A.

      ACIP

    • B.

      HDIP

    • C.

      CEFIP

    • D.

      BASIC PAY

    Correct Answer
    C. CEFIP
  • 6. 

    CONDITIONAL CAREER ENLISTED FLIER INCENTIVE PAY IS THE INCENTIVE PAY IS GIVEN TO A

    • A.

      CEA WHO FAILS TO MEET GATE REQUIREMENTS

    • B.

      CEA WHO SUCCESSFULLY MEETS GATE REQUIREMENTS

    • C.

      RATED OFFICER WHO FAILS TO MEET GATE REQUIREMENTS

    • D.

      RATED OFFICER WHO SUCCESSFULLY MEETS GATE REQUIREMENTS

    Correct Answer
    A. CEA WHO FAILS TO MEET GATE REQUIREMENTS
  • 7. 

    WHAT TYPE OF INCENTIVE PAY IS GIVEN TO NON-CAREER AVIATORS, OPERATIONAL SUPPORT MEMBERS AND PARACHUTISTS?

    • A.

      HDIP

    • B.

      ACIP

    • C.

      CEFIP

    • D.

      CONDITIONAL CEFIP

    Correct Answer
    A. HDIP
    Explanation
    HDIP stands for Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay. This type of incentive pay is given to non-career aviators, operational support members, and parachutists who perform hazardous duties as part of their job. It is designed to compensate them for the increased risk and potential danger associated with their roles.

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  • 8. 

    CAREER AVIATORS MAY ALSO BE ENTITLED TO HDIP WHEN

    • A.

      FLYING INTO A KNOWN OR UNKNOWN COMBAT ZONE

    • B.

      FLYING CONDITIONS ARE CONSIDERED HAZARDOUS

    • C.

      PERFORMING DUTIES AS AN OPERATIONAL SUPPORT FLIER

    • D.

      PERFORMING HAZARDOUS DUTIES OTHER THAN AERIAL FLIGHTS

    Correct Answer
    D. PERFORMING HAZARDOUS DUTIES OTHER THAN AERIAL FLIGHTS
    Explanation
    Aviators in their career may be entitled to Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay (HDIP) when they are performing hazardous duties other than aerial flights. This means that even when they are not flying, but are engaged in other dangerous tasks related to their job, they can receive HDIP. This could include duties such as maintenance, ground operations, or any other tasks that involve significant risk.

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  • 9. 

    WHICH PUBLICATION CONTAINS THE FLYING HOUR REQUIREMENT FOR CONDITIONAL PAY?

    • A.

      DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION (DODFMR) 7000.14, VOLUME 7A, MILITARY PAY POLICY AND PROCEDURES-ACTIVE DUTY RESERVE PAY

    • B.

      AFI 11-401, AVIATION MANAGEMENT

    • C.

      AFI 11-410, PERSONNEL PARACHUTE OPERATIONS

    • D.

      AFI 11-421, AVIATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

    Correct Answer
    A. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION (DODFMR) 7000.14, VOLUME 7A, MILITARY PAY POLICY AND PROCEDURES-ACTIVE DUTY RESERVE PAY
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION (DODFMR) 7000.14, VOLUME 7A, MILITARY PAY POLICY AND PROCEDURES-ACTIVE DUTY RESERVE PAY. This publication contains the flying hour requirement for conditional pay.

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  • 10. 

    HOW MANY FLIGHT HOURS ARE REQUIRED FOR A MEMBER THAT WAS ON FLYING STATUS FOR 15 DAYS IN A MONTH?

    • A.

      4.0

    • B.

      3.0

    • C.

      2.0

    • D.

      1.0

    Correct Answer
    C. 2.0
    Explanation
    The correct answer for this question is 2.0. This means that a member who was on flying status for 15 days in a month would require 2.0 flight hours. This suggests that there is a direct correlation between the number of days on flying status and the number of flight hours required.

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  • 11. 

    WHICH FORM IS USED TO ASSIST IN TRACKING A MEMBER'S FLIGHT TIME FOR CONDITIONAL PAY?

    • A.

      AF IMT 702, INDIVIDUAL PHYSIOLOGICAL TRAINING RECORD

    • B.

      AF IMT 1520, ARMS INDIVIDUAL FLIGHT PAY ENTITLEMENT WORKSHEET

    • C.

      AF IMT 1521, ARMS INDIVIDUAL JUMP PAY ENTITLEMENT WORKSHEET

    • D.

      AF IMT 1522, ARMS ADDITIONAL TRAINING ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT

    Correct Answer
    B. AF IMT 1520, ARMS INDIVIDUAL FLIGHT PAY ENTITLEMENT WORKSHEET
    Explanation
    The AF IMT 1520, ARMS INDIVIDUAL FLIGHT PAY ENTITLEMENT WORKSHEET is used to assist in tracking a member's flight time for conditional pay. This form is specifically designed to calculate and document the amount of flight pay entitlement for an individual based on their flight time. It helps to ensure accurate and timely payment of flight pay to eligible members.

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  • 12. 

    WHICH FLIGHT TIME IS COMPARED BY SUBTRACTING THE CURRENT MONTH'S REQUIREMENT FROM THE TOTAL HOURS FLOWN FOR THE MONTH?

    • A.

      INSUFFICIENT TIME

    • B.

      GRACE PERIOD

    • C.

      EXCESS TIME

    • D.

      LOST TIME

    Correct Answer
    C. EXCESS TIME
    Explanation
    The term "excess time" refers to the flight time that exceeds the current month's requirement. It is calculated by subtracting the current month's requirement from the total hours flown for the month. This term indicates that the pilot or aircraft has flown more hours than necessary for the month, potentially exceeding the allotted time or exceeding the expected workload.

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  • 13. 

    BANKED TIME IS A COMBINATION OF

    • A.

      EXCESS AND INSUFFICIENT TIME

    • B.

      EXCESS,INSUFFIECIENT AND LOST TIME

    • C.

      LOST AND INSUFFICIENT TIME

    • D.

      EXCESS AND LOST TIME

    Correct Answer
    A. EXCESS AND INSUFFICIENT TIME
    Explanation
    Banked time refers to the accumulation of both excess and insufficient time. This means that it includes any extra time that has been saved or carried over, as well as any time that is lacking or not enough. The concept of banked time allows for flexibility and balance in managing time, as it allows for the utilization of extra time when needed and the ability to make up for any time deficits.

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  • 14. 

    EXCESS FLIGHT TIME IN A MONTH OF FEBRUARY MAY BE BANKED UP TO AND INCLUDING THE MONTH OF

    • A.

      APRIL

    • B.

      MAY

    • C.

      JUNE

    • D.

      JULY

    Correct Answer
    D. JULY
    Explanation
    Excess flight time in the month of February can be accumulated and carried forward until the month of July. This means that any extra flight time that a pilot accrues in February can be used or "banked" for up to five months, including April, May, June, and July. This allows the pilot to have flexibility in scheduling their flights and utilizing their accumulated flight time.

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  • 15. 

    INSUFFICIENT TIME MAY BE APPLIED UP TO

    • A.

      TWO MONTHS FORWARD

    • B.

      TWO MONTHS BACKWARDS

    • C.

      FIVE MONTHS FORWARD

    • D.

      FIVE MONTHS BACKWARDS

    Correct Answer
    C. FIVE MONTHS FORWARD
    Explanation
    The given answer states that the maximum amount of time that may be applied is five months forward. This means that if there is a need to adjust or extend a certain time period, it can be done up to a maximum of five months in the future. This implies that any adjustments or extensions beyond this five-month limit may not be possible.

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  • 16. 

    REGARDLESS OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE AO, YOU MUST START A GRACE PERIOD THE

    • A.

      FIRST MONTH THE MEMBER HAS A FLIGHT REQUIREMENT AND MEETS THE REQUIREMENT

    • B.

      SECOND MONTH THE MEMBER HAS A FLIGHT REQUIREMENT AND MEETS THE REQUIREMENT

    • C.

      FIRST MONTH THE MEMBER HAS A FLIGHT REQUIREMENT BUT DOES NOT MEET THE REQUIREMENT

    • D.

      SECOND MONTH THE MEMBER HAS A FLIGHT REQUIREMENT BUT DOES NOT MEET THE REQUIREMENT

    Correct Answer
    C. FIRST MONTH THE MEMBER HAS A FLIGHT REQUIREMENT BUT DOES NOT MEET THE REQUIREMENT
  • 17. 

    IF THE MEMBER FAILS A GRACE PERIOD, START A NEW GRACE PERIOD

    • A.

      IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE FAILED GRACE PERIOD

    • B.

      AS SOON AS THE MEMBER PERFORMS FLIGHT ACTIVITY

    • C.

      ONCE THE MEMBER MEETS FLIGHT REQUIREMENT FOR ONE MONTH

    • D.

      ONCE THE MEMBER MEETS FLIGHT REQUIREMENTS FOR TWO MONTHS

    Correct Answer
    C. ONCE THE MEMBER MEETS FLIGHT REQUIREMENT FOR ONE MONTH
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "ONCE THE MEMBER MEETS FLIGHT REQUIREMENT FOR ONE MONTH" because it states that a new grace period will start once the member has met the flight requirement for one month. This implies that the member has successfully completed the required flight activity for a continuous period of one month, and as a result, they are granted a new grace period. This ensures that the member has consistently met the flight requirement before being given another opportunity for a grace period.

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  • 18. 

    FOR WHICH MONTH(S) WILL A MEMBER RECEIVE INCENTIVE PAY IF THE MEMBER DID NOT FLY FOR THE FIRST TWO MONTHS BUT FLEW LESS THAN 10.0 HOURS ON THE THIRD MONTH OF A GRACE PERIOD?

    • A.

      ALL THREE MONTHS

    • B.

      THE THIRD MONTH ONLY

    • C.

      FIRST AND SECOND MONTHS

    • D.

      SECOND AND THIRD MONTHS

    Correct Answer
    B. THE THIRD MONTH ONLY
    Explanation
    If a member did not fly for the first two months but flew less than 10.0 hours on the third month of a grace period, they will only receive incentive pay for the third month. This means that the member did not meet the criteria for incentive pay in the first two months, but they did meet the criteria in the third month by flying less than 10.0 hours. Therefore, they will only receive incentive pay for the third month.

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  • 19. 

    WHEN DETERMINING WHETHER A MEMBER HAS MET FLIGHT REQUIREMENTS, FLYING HOURS FLOWN ARE FIRST APPLIED

    • A.

      TO THE CURRENT MONTH; UP TO FIVE MONTHS FORWARD; THEN TWO MONTHS BACKWARD IF IN A GRACE PERIOD

    • B.

      UP TO TWO MONTHS BACKWARD IF IN A GRACE PERIOD; TO THE CURRENT MONTH; THEN UP TO FIVE MONTHS FORWARD

    • C.

      UP TO FIVE MONTHS FORWARD; UP TO TWO MONTHS BACKWARD IF IN A GRACE PERIOD; THEN TO THE CURRENT MONTH

    • D.

      TO THE CURRENT MONTH; UP TO TWO MONTHS BACKWARD IF IN A GRACE PERIOD; THEN UP TO FIVE MONTHS FORWARD

    Correct Answer
    D. TO THE CURRENT MONTH; UP TO TWO MONTHS BACKWARD IF IN A GRACE PERIOD; THEN UP TO FIVE MONTHS FORWARD
    Explanation
    The correct answer states that when determining whether a member has met flight requirements, flying hours flown are first applied to the current month. If the member is in a grace period, the flying hours are then applied up to two months backward. Finally, if there are still remaining flying hours, they are applied up to five months forward. This sequence ensures that the most recent flying hours are accounted for first, followed by any missed hours during the grace period, and then any future flying hours.

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  • 20. 

    WHAT IS THE PAY STOP DATE FOR A CEA WHO WAS PLACED ON ACTIVE FLYING ON 1 JAN 2009 AND WAS PLACED IN DNIF STATUS ON 13 APRIL 2009?

    • A.

      13 APR 2009

    • B.

      1 JULY 2009

    • C.

      1 JAN 2010

    • D.

      13 APR 2010

    Correct Answer
    D. 13 APR 2010
    Explanation
    The pay stop date for a CEA (Career Enlisted Aviator) who was placed on active flying on 1 Jan 2009 and was placed in DNIF (Duties Not Including Flying) status on 13 April 2009 would be 13 April 2010. This is because the pay stop date is the date when the pay for the individual stops due to their change in status. In this case, the individual was placed in DNIF status on 13 April 2009, and the pay would stop one year later on the same date, which is 13 April 2010.

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  • 21. 

    A CAREER AVIATOR RECEIVING CONTINUOUS AVAITION CAREER INCENTIVE PAY WAS SUSPENDED ON 25 APR.  THE MEMBER'S INCENTIVE PAY WAS TERMINATED ON 24 AR.  ON 30 JUNE, THE SUSPENSION WAS REMOVED WITHOUT DISQUALIFICATION.  WHAT IS THE EFFECTIVE DATE FOR RESTARTING THEMEMBER'S ONCENTIVE PAY?

    • A.

      24 APRIL

    • B.

      25 APRIL

    • C.

      1 JUNE

    • D.

      30 JUNE

    Correct Answer
    B. 25 APRIL
    Explanation
    The effective date for restarting the member's incentive pay is 25 April because the suspension was removed without disqualification on that date.

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  • 22. 

    WHEN DOES THE THREE MONTH GRACE PERIOD BEGIN, FOR A MEMBER IN CONDITIONAL PAY STATUS, WHO WAS INJURED IN A DUTY-RELATED ACCIDENT ON 12 NOV. IF THE MEMBER HAS MET THE FLIGHT REQUIREMENT FOR THAT MONTH?

    • A.

      1 NOVEMBER

    • B.

      12 NOVEMBER

    • C.

      13 NOVEMBER

    • D.

      1 DECEMBER

    Correct Answer
    D. 1 DECEMBER
    Explanation
    The three month grace period begins on 1 December for a member in conditional pay status who was injured in a duty-related accident on 12 November, assuming the member has met the flight requirement for that month. This means that the member will have three months from 1 December to recover and return to work before their pay status changes.

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  • 23. 

    AN AIR RESERVE COMPONENT (ARC) MEMBER IS CONSIDERED TO BE IN AN ACTIVE DUTY PAY STATUS WHEN PERFORMING WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DUTIES?

    • A.

      UNIT TRAINING ASSEMBLY (UTA)

    • B.

      FULL-TIME NATIONAL GAURD

    • C.

      READINESS MANAGEMENT PERIOD (RMP)

    • D.

      ADDITIONAL FLYING TRAINING PERIOD (AFTP)

    Correct Answer
    B. FULL-TIME NATIONAL GAURD
    Explanation
    An Air Reserve Component (ARC) member is considered to be in an active duty pay status when performing full-time National Guard duties. This means that when an ARC member is serving in the National Guard on a full-time basis, they are eligible to receive active duty pay. This could include duties such as training, deployments, or other operational missions.

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  • 24. 

    WHAT RESERVE STATUS CODE (RSC) MUST AN AIR RESERVE COMPONENT (ARC) MEMBER USE IN BLOCK 38 OF THE AIR FORCE TECHNICAL ORDER (AFTO) FORM 781, ARMS AIRCREW/MISSION FLIGHT DATA DOCUMENT WHEN LOGGING ACTIVE DUTY TIME?

    • A.

      1

    • B.

      2

    • C.

      3

    • D.

      4

    Correct Answer
    A. 1
    Explanation
    An Air Reserve Component (ARC) member must use Reserve Status Code (RSC) 1 in Block 38 of the Air Force Technical Order (AFTO) Form 781, ARMS Aircrew/Mission Flight Data Document when logging active duty time.

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  • 25. 

    WHAT IS THE MINIMUM MONTHLY FLIGHT REQUIREMENT FOR ARC MEMBERS?

    • A.

      4.0

    • B.

      3.0

    • C.

      2.0

    • D.

      1.0

    Correct Answer
    C. 2.0
    Explanation
    The minimum monthly flight requirement for ARC members is 2.0. This means that ARC members are required to fly a minimum of 2 flights per month in order to maintain their membership.

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  • 26. 

    WHEN AN ARC MEMBER PERFORMS ACTIVE DUTY DURING THE MONTH, THE MEMBERS INCURS A(AN)

    • A.

      PRORATED ACTIVE DUTY REQUIREMENT FOR THE MONTH

    • B.

      INCREASED INACTIVE DUTY FLIGHT REQUIREMENT FOR THE MONTH

    • C.

      AUTOMATIC ACTIVE DUTY FLIGHT REQUIREMENT FOR THE MONTH

    • D.

      AUTOMATIC INACTIVE DUTY FLIGHT REQUIREMENT FOR THE MONTH

    Correct Answer
    C. AUTOMATIC ACTIVE DUTY FLIGHT REQUIREMENT FOR THE MONTH
    Explanation
    When an ARC (Air Reserve Component) member performs active duty during the month, they automatically incur an active duty flight requirement for that month. This means that they are obligated to fulfill a certain number of active duty flights during that period.

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  • 27. 

    WHEN AN ARC MEMBER PERFORMS BOTH ACTIVE AND INACTIVE DUTY IN THE SAME MONTH, THE FLIGHT TIME FLOWN MAY BE COMBINED TO SATISFY THE

    • A.

      ACTIVE DUTY REQUIREMENT ONLY

    • B.

      INACTIVE DUTY REQUIREMENT ONLY

    • C.

      BOTH INACTIVE AND ACTIVE DUTY REQUIREMENTS

    • D.

      NEITHER REQUIRMENT

    Correct Answer
    C. BOTH INACTIVE AND ACTIVE DUTY REQUIREMENTS
    Explanation
    When an ARC member performs both active and inactive duty in the same month, the flight time flown may be combined to satisfy both the inactive duty requirement and the active duty requirement. This means that the flight time can count towards meeting the minimum flight time requirements for both types of duty.

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  • 28. 

    INACTIVE DUTY FLIGHT TIME ACCRUED BY AN ARC MEMBER MAY BE USED TO SATISFY BOTH ACTIVE DUTY AND IAD FLIGHT REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CURRENT MONTH.  IF THERE IS NOT ENOUGH TIME TO SATISFY BOTH REQUIREMENTS, THEN

    • A.

      THE AD REQUIREMENT MUST E SATISFIED

    • B.

      THE IAD REQUIREMENT MUST BE SATISFOED FIRST

    • C.

      AD BANKED OURS MUST BE USED TO SATIFY IAD REQUIREMENTS

    • D.

      IAD BANKED HOURS MUST BE USED TO SATISFY AD REQUIREMENTS

    Correct Answer
    A. THE AD REQUIREMENT MUST E SATISFIED
    Explanation
    If there is not enough time to satisfy both the active duty (AD) and Inactive Duty (IAD) flight requirements for the current month, the AD requirement must be satisfied first. This means that any available flight time should be allocated towards fulfilling the AD requirement before considering the IAD requirement.

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  • 29. 

    ENTITLEMENT TO HAZARDOUS DUTY INCENTIVE PAY IS DETERMINED BY THE

    • A.

      NUMBER AND TYPE OF JUMPS PERFORMED

    • B.

      TYPE AND LOCATION OF JUMPS PERFORMED

    • C.

      NUMBER OF JUMPS PERFORMED AND TYPE OF EQUIPMENT USED

    • D.

      LOCATION OF JUMPS PERFORMED AND TYPE OF EQUIPMENT USED

    Correct Answer
    A. NUMBER AND TYPE OF JUMPS PERFORMED
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "NUMBER AND TYPE OF JUMPS PERFORMED". This means that the entitlement to hazardous duty incentive pay is determined by both the number and type of jumps performed. This suggests that the more jumps a person performs and the more hazardous or difficult those jumps are, the higher the likelihood of receiving hazardous duty incentive pay. The other options, such as the type and location of jumps performed or the location of jumps performed and type of equipment used, do not fully capture the criteria for determining entitlement to hazardous duty incentive pay.

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