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Space Systems Operations CDC

• 1.

### (001) What career field does the Air Foce specialty code (AFSPC) designator 1C indicate?

• A.

Space systems operator

• B.

Law enforcement specialist

• C.

Electronic systems operator

• D.

Command and control (C2) systems

D. Command and control (C2) systems
Explanation
The Air Force specialty code (AFSPC) designator 1C indicates a career field in command and control (C2) systems. This means that individuals with this designation are responsible for operating and managing the systems that enable effective command and control of military operations. They play a crucial role in ensuring efficient communication, coordination, and decision-making within the military.

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• 2.

### (001) Which digit in the Air Force specialty code (AFSC) designates the career field subdivision?

• A.

The second

• B.

The third

• C.

The fourth

• D.

The fifth

B. The third
Explanation
The Air Force specialty code (AFSC) is a numerical code that designates a specific career field in the Air Force. The AFSC is divided into several sections, with the third digit indicating the career field subdivision. Therefore, the correct answer is the third digit.

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• 3.

### (001) How many subdivisions are there in the 1C career field?

• A.

Seven

• B.

Eight

• C.

Nine

• D.

Ten

B. Eight
Explanation
There are eight subdivisions in the 1C career field.

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• 4.

### (001) Which Air Force career field title is used to describe a 7-level skill level?

• A.

Helper

• B.

Craftsman

• C.

Apprentice

• D.

Superintendent

B. Craftsman
Explanation
A 7-level skill level is typically associated with the Craftsman career field title in the Air Force. This indicates a higher level of expertise and experience in a particular field. The Craftsman title is often achieved after completing advanced training and gaining a significant amount of hands-on experience in the chosen career field.

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• 5.

### (001) Which skill level indicates Airmen who have the managerial and supervisory ability to fill positions requiring broad, general (and sometimes technical) knowledge?

• A.

Apprentice

• B.

Journeyman

• C.

Craftsman

• D.

Superintendent

D. Superintendent
Explanation
The skill level that indicates Airmen who have the managerial and supervisory ability to fill positions requiring broad, general (and sometimes technical) knowledge is Superintendent.

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• 6.

### (002) How many college credits are needed to complete your Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) associate degree in air and space technology?

• A.

15

• B.

24

• C.

44

• D.

64

D. 64
Explanation
To complete the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) associate degree in air and space technology, 64 college credits are needed. This indicates that a significant amount of coursework and academic requirements must be fulfilled in order to obtain the degree.

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• 7.

### (002) What is the maximum amount of tuition available under the Air Force (AF) tuition assistance program?

• A.

\$500.00 per semester

• B.

\$750.00 per semester

• C.

\$4,500.00 per fiscal year

• D.

\$5,000.00 per fiscal year

C. \$4,500.00 per fiscal year
Explanation
The maximum amount of tuition available under the Air Force tuition assistance program is \$4,500.00 per fiscal year. This means that Air Force members can receive up to \$4,500.00 in financial assistance towards their tuition expenses in a single fiscal year.

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• 8.

### (002) What rank must you be before progressing to the craftsman level?

• A.

Airman first class (A1C)

• B.

Senior Airman (SrA)

• C.

Staff sergeant (SSgt)

• D.

Technical sergeant (TSgt)

C. Staff sergeant (SSgt)
Explanation
Before progressing to the craftsman level, one must achieve the rank of Staff sergeant (SSgt).

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• 9.

### (002) What is the minimum amount of space experience (in months) is required to attend Space 200 course?

• A.

36

• B.

48

• C.

53

• D.

59

B. 48
Explanation
To attend the Space 200 course, a minimum of 48 months of space experience is required. This indicates that individuals need to have at least 4 years of experience in the field of space to be eligible for this course.

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• 10.

### (002) You can expect to reach the superintendent, 9-level, upon promotion to

• A.

Staff sergeant (SSgt)

• B.

Master sergeant (MSgt)

• C.

Senior master sergeant (SMSgt)

• D.

Chiof master sergeant (CMSgt)

C. Senior master sergeant (SMSgt)
Explanation
Upon promotion to senior master sergeant (SMSgt), one can expect to reach the superintendent, 9-level. This means that once an individual reaches the rank of SMSgt, they can expect to have the responsibility and authority to serve as a superintendent at the 9-level. This indicates a higher level of expertise and experience within their field.

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• 11.

### (002) What is the minimum amount of space experience (in months) is required to attend Space 300 course?

• A.

36 months

• B.

48 months

• C.

64 months

• D.

72 months

D. 72 months
Explanation
The minimum amount of space experience required to attend the Space 300 course is 72 months. This means that individuals must have at least 6 years of experience in space-related activities before they can participate in the course. This extensive experience ensures that participants have a strong foundation and understanding of space operations and can fully benefit from the advanced content covered in the Space 300 course.

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• 12.

### (002) The chief enlisted manager (CEM) code is assigned to personnel who have

• A.

Attained a 9-skill level

• B.

Attained a position as a squadron superintendent

• C.

Reached the highest level of proficiency and management skills

• D.

Attained a position as a crew chief and takes courses to obtain additional knowledge in management

C. Reached the highest level of proficiency and management skills
Explanation
The correct answer is "reached the highest level of proficiency and management skills". This is because the chief enlisted manager (CEM) code is assigned to personnel who have demonstrated exceptional proficiency and management skills, indicating that they have reached the highest level of expertise in their field. This designation recognizes their ability to effectively lead and manage others in their role.

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• 13.

### (003) Which space operations discipline detects and tracks sea and land launched intercontental ballistic missiles?

• A.

Spacelift

• B.

Missile warning

• C.

Space Surveillance

• D.

Satellite command and control (Sat C2)

B. Missile warning
Explanation
Missile warning is the correct answer because it is the space operations discipline that is responsible for detecting and tracking sea and land launched intercontinental ballistic missiles. This discipline is crucial for identifying potential threats and providing early warning to protect national security.

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• 14.

### (003) Which space operations discipline deal with completing routine and contingency commanding to individual satellites?

• A.

Spacelift

• B.

Missile warning

• C.

Space surveilance

• D.

Satellite command and control (Sat C2)

D. Satellite command and control (Sat C2)
Explanation
Satellite command and control (Sat C2) is the correct answer because it deals with completing routine and contingency commanding to individual satellites. This discipline is responsible for managing and controlling the operation of satellites, including sending commands to control their functions and responding to any contingencies or emergencies that may arise. It ensures that satellites are functioning properly and are able to carry out their intended missions effectively.

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• 15.

### (003) Which space operations discipline is responsible for range management, launch preparation and area clearance for all space launch and range activities?

• A.

Spacelift

• B.

Missile warning

• C.

Space surveillance

• D.

Satellite command and control (Sat C2)

A. Spacelift
Explanation
Spacelift is the correct answer because it refers to the discipline responsible for managing the range, preparing for launches, and clearing the area for all space launch and range activities. This includes activities such as coordinating launch schedules, ensuring safety protocols are followed, and managing the logistics of launching and recovering space vehicles. Spacelift is essential for the successful execution of space missions and ensuring the safety of personnel and equipment involved in space launch and range activities.

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• 16.

### (003) Which space operations discipline detects, identifies, catalogs, and maintains surveillance on low earth orbiting and deep space satellites?

• A.

Spacelift

• B.

Missile warning

• C.

Space surveillance

• D.

Satellite command and control (Sat C2)

C. Space surveillance
Explanation
Space surveillance is the correct answer because it involves the detection, identification, cataloging, and surveillance of satellites in both low Earth orbit and deep space. This discipline is responsible for tracking and monitoring the location, trajectory, and activities of satellites to ensure their proper functioning and to prevent collisions or interference with other space objects. It plays a crucial role in maintaining the safety and security of space operations.

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• 17.

### (004) What may be a typical duty of a journeyman?

• A.

Develop, coordinate, monitor and/ or review operational requirements

• B.

A highly proficient technican , ready and capable of handling any situation

• C.

Plans, coordinates, and directs work activities; manages and controls resources

• D.

Indoctrinates newly assigned personnel and explains local operating procedures and directives

D. Indoctrinates newly assigned personnel and explains local operating procedures and directives
Explanation
A typical duty of a journeyman may be to indoctrinate newly assigned personnel and explain local operating procedures and directives. This involves familiarizing new employees with the organization's policies, procedures, and guidelines, ensuring they understand and follow them. The journeyman plays a crucial role in helping new personnel acclimate to their roles and responsibilities within the organization. They provide guidance and support, answering any questions and clarifying any doubts about the local operating procedures and directives. This duty helps to ensure that new employees are well-informed and prepared to carry out their tasks effectively.

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• 18.

### (004) What may be a typical duty of a craftsman?

• A.

Develop, coordinate, monitor and/ or review operational requirements

• B.

Is a highly proficient technican , ready and capable of handling any situation

• C.

Plans, coordinates, and directs work activities; manages and controls resources

• D.

Indoctrinates newly assigned personnel and explains local operating procedures and directives

B. Is a highly proficient technican , ready and capable of handling any situation
Explanation
A typical duty of a craftsman may be to be a highly proficient technician, ready and capable of handling any situation. This means that the craftsman should have a high level of skill and expertise in their craft and should be prepared to handle any challenges or issues that may arise in their work. They should be able to troubleshoot problems, make repairs, and perform tasks with precision and efficiency. This duty emphasizes the importance of having a skilled and knowledgeable craftsman who can effectively carry out their responsibilities.

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• 19.

### (004) What may be a typical duty of a superintendent?

• A.

Performs as crew chief for many operations centers

• B.

Is a highly proficient technican , ready and capable of handling any situation

• C.

Plans, coordinates, and directs work activities; manages and controls resources

• D.

Indoctrinates newly assigned personnel and explains local operating procedures and directives

C. Plans, coordinates, and directs work activities; manages and controls resources
Explanation
A typical duty of a superintendent is to plan, coordinate, and direct work activities. This includes managing and controlling resources to ensure that tasks are completed efficiently and effectively. Additionally, the superintendent may also be responsible for indoctrinating newly assigned personnel and explaining local operating procedures and directives. However, the main focus of their role is to oversee and organize the work activities of the team.

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• 20.

### (005) What are the requirements to earn your basic space badge?

• A.

Complete Space 100and unit qualification training (UQT)

• B.

Complete cerification level 2 and Space 200; have six years expericence

• C.

Complete cerification level 1 and Space 100; maintain combat mission ready (CMR) status

• D.

Complete cerification level 3, your Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) and Space 300, and have nine year experience

C. Complete cerification level 1 and Space 100; maintain combat mission ready (CMR) status
Explanation
To earn the basic space badge, one must complete certification level 1 and Space 100 training. Additionally, they must maintain combat mission ready (CMR) status. This means that they need to be prepared and capable of participating in combat missions at any given time.

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• 21.

### (005) What are the requirement to earn your senior space badge?

• A.

Complete Space 100and unit qualification training (UQT)

• B.

Complete cerification level 2 and Space 200; have six years expericence

• C.

Complete cerification level 1 and space 100, have one year experience and a 5 skill level

• D.

Complete cerification level 3, your Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) and Space 300, and have nine year experience

B. Complete cerification level 2 and Space 200; have six years expericence
Explanation
To earn the senior space badge, one must complete certification level 2 and Space 200, and also have six years of experience. This indicates that a certain level of knowledge and expertise is required in the field of space operations, as well as a significant amount of practical experience. The certification level 2 likely signifies a higher level of proficiency and understanding compared to level 1, while Space 200 likely covers more advanced topics in space operations. The six years of experience demonstrates a commitment to the field and suggests that the individual has gained valuable knowledge and skills over time.

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• 22.

### (005) What are the requirement to earn your command space badge?

• A.

Complete Space 100and unit qualification training (UQT)

• B.

Complete cerification level 2 and Space 200; have six years expericence

• C.

Complete cerification level 1 and Space 100; have one year experience and a 5 skill level

• D.

Complete cerification level 3, your Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) and Space 300, and have nine year experience

D. Complete cerification level 3, your Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) and Space 300, and have nine year experience
Explanation
To earn the command space badge, one must complete certification level 3, the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF), and Space 300. Additionally, they must have nine years of experience. This combination of advanced certification, higher education, and extensive experience demonstrates a high level of expertise and competence in the field of space command.

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• 23.

### (006) What is the first step of the risk management process?

• A.

Develop an implentation strategy

• B.

Identify the hazards associated with the operation or activity

• C.

Periodically reevaluate the controls to ensure their effectiveness

• D.

Evaluate the specific strategies and controls that reduce or eliminate risk

B. Identify the hazards associated with the operation or activity
Explanation
The first step of the risk management process is to identify the hazards associated with the operation or activity. This involves identifying potential risks or dangers that could harm individuals or cause damage. By identifying these hazards, organizations can then proceed to assess and evaluate the level of risk associated with each hazard, and develop appropriate strategies and controls to mitigate or eliminate the risks.

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• 24.

### (006) What is the last step of the risk management process?

• A.

Develop an implentation strategy

• B.

Identify the hazards associated with the operation or activity

• C.

Periodically reevaluate the controls to ensure their effectiveness

• D.

Evaluate the specific strategies and controls that reduce or eliminate risk

C. Periodically reevaluate the controls to ensure their effectiveness
Explanation
The last step of the risk management process is to periodically reevaluate the controls to ensure their effectiveness. This step is crucial in ensuring that the measures put in place to mitigate risks are still effective and relevant. By regularly reviewing and assessing the controls, organizations can identify any gaps or weaknesses in their risk management approach and make necessary adjustments to maintain a safe and secure environment. This ongoing evaluation helps to ensure that the risk management process remains dynamic and adaptive to changing circumstances and emerging risks.

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• 25.

### (007) What is the first rule of good housekeeping when dealing with physical hazards in the work environment?

• A.

Disposing of watses and scrapes

• B.

Keeping materials properly stored

• C.

Developing good personal safety habits

• D.

Keeping floors clean and free of clutter

C. Developing good personal safety habits
Explanation
Developing good personal safety habits is the first rule of good housekeeping when dealing with physical hazards in the work environment. This means that individuals should be aware of their surroundings, follow safety protocols, and take steps to prevent accidents and injuries. By developing good personal safety habits, employees can create a safer work environment for themselves and their colleagues. This includes wearing appropriate protective equipment, using tools and equipment correctly, and practicing safe work habits.

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• 26.

### (007) What is the only authorized item used to clean computer monitors?

• A.

Isopropyl alcohol

• B.

Alcohol-free wipes

• C.

Windex

• D.

Bleach

B. Alcohol-free wipes
Explanation
Alcohol-free wipes are the only authorized item used to clean computer monitors because they are specifically designed to be safe for electronic devices. Isopropyl alcohol, Windex, and bleach can all potentially damage the screen or other components of the monitor. Alcohol-free wipes provide a gentle and effective way to remove dust, fingerprints, and smudges without causing any harm to the monitor.

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• 27.

### (007) When storing cleaning agents or other environmental hazards in an external storage container, smoking is " not permitted" within how many feet?

• A.

25 feet

• B.

50 feet

• C.

75 feet

• D.

100 feet

B. 50 feet
Explanation
When storing cleaning agents or other environmental hazards in an external storage container, smoking is not permitted within 50 feet. This distance is necessary to ensure the safety of the stored hazardous materials and to prevent any potential ignition or fire accidents. Smoking near these substances can create a spark or flame that could lead to a dangerous situation. Maintaining a safe distance of 50 feet helps minimize the risk of fire and protect both individuals and the environment.

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• 28.

### (008) As defined by the Air Force, what is a high voltage current?

• A.

115 volts or greater

• B.

250 volts or greater

• C.

400 volts or greater

• D.

600 volts or greater

D. 600 volts or greater
Explanation
A high voltage current, as defined by the Air Force, is a current that is 600 volts or greater. This means that any current with a voltage of 600 volts or higher is considered to be a high voltage current according to the Air Force's definition.

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• 29.

### (008) The minimum  amount of electrical current required to incapacitate an average person is

• A.

1 milliampere

• B.

50 milliamperes

• C.

1 ampere

• D.

5 amperes

B. 50 milliamperes
Explanation
The minimum amount of electrical current required to incapacitate an average person is 50 milliamperes. This level of current is considered dangerous and can cause severe harm to the human body. Lower currents, such as 1 milliampere, may cause discomfort but are unlikely to incapacitate a person. Higher currents, such as 1 ampere or 5 amperes, can cause extensive damage and are potentially lethal. Therefore, 50 milliamperes is the correct answer as it represents the threshold for incapacitation without being immediately fatal.

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• 30.

### (008) All of the following can create radio frequency radiation (RFR) except?

• A.

• B.

Power lines

• C.

Teevisions

• D.

Satellite communications equipment

B. Power lines
Explanation
Power lines do not create radio frequency radiation (RFR). While radars, televisions, and satellite communications equipment all emit RFR, power lines do not generate this type of radiation. Power lines primarily carry electrical power from a source to homes and businesses, and they do not operate on radio frequencies.

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