Air force Insturction (AFI)91-301
Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 91-201
Air Force OCcupational, and Enviromental Safety, Fire Protection, and Health Standard (AFOSHSTD) 91-66
Wing safety office
A proficiency course.
A special training course.
An on-the-job (OJT) course.
An Air Education and Training Command (AETC) approved Egress Journeyman Course.
Quality assurance personnel.
The most qualified personnel.
The egress element supervisor.
Prior to porming explusive-related tasks.
Prior to performing explosive-related tasks and then annually.
Prior to performing explosive-related tasks and then semiannually
Internal Tissue damage.
Loss of muscle control
Blisters on external tissues.
Water injection system
A painted RED stripe
A painted YELLOW stripe
The words "STAND CLEAR" painted in RED
The words "STAND CLEAR" painted in YELLOW
State-of-the-art drogue parachute.
Weapon bay door
Flight control surface.
Canopy and seat ejection systems
Maintain your speed
Reduce you soeed to 5 mph
Reduce you speed to 10 mph
Increase your speed to 20 mph
25 feet front, 200 feet rear
50 feet front, 200 feet rear.
100 feet front, 100 feet rear.
200 feet front, 100 feet rear.
Stop where you are
Return to starting point.
Clear active runway immediately.
Empty dirty rag conainers daily.
Always observe NO SMOKING rules.
Ensure the aircraft is properly grounded prior to maintenance.
Air dry oil-saturated clothing before returning to your mainteance task.