Prior to first use.
Weekly, and prior to first use.
Daily, or when changing test water.
Monthly, or when changing test water.
The same source of supply used by the host airfield
A liquid is far less compressible than a gas.
A gas is far less compressible than a liquid.
A liquid is more combustible than a gas.
A gas is more combustible than a liquid.
They mix well together.
One liquid will float on the other.
They will become an intrained solution.
They will repel each other and react violently.
Feet per second
Gallons per minute.
Cubic feet per second.
Cubic gallons per minute.
Friction, applied forces, and gravity.
Friction, inertia, and atmospheric pressure.
Gravity, atmospheric pressure, and inertia.
Gravity, atmospheric pressure, and applied forces.
The size of the pipe.
The specific gravity of the fuel.
The change in gallons per minute.
The amount of extinguished velocity.
Pounds per square inch.
Protons, neutrons, and electrons.
Neutrons, elements, and protons.
Electrons, molecules, and elements.
Electrons, neutrons, and matter.
Protons have positive charges, and electrons have neutral charges.
Protons have neutral charges, and electrons have positive charges.
Protons have negative charges, and electrons have positive charges.
Protons have positive charges, and electrons have negative charges.
The outermost shell.
The middle shell.
The second shell.
The first shell.
An atom that lost a proton and has more electrons.
An atom that lost an electron and has more protons.
An atom that has an equal number of electrons and protons.
An atom that cannot throw off any protons.
A natural magnet.
An artificial magnet.
An electromechanical magnet.
When the north pole of a magnet is placed near the north pole of another magnet.
When the south pole of a magnet is placed near the north pole of another magnet.
When a permanent magnet and a temporary magnet are put together.
Magnetic lines of force never cross each other.
Magnetic and heat.
Chemical and heat.
Chemical and mechanical.
Magnetic and mechanical.
Latent and open current.
Alternating and direct current.
Coil, core, and current.
Magnet, housing, and prime mover.
Coil, conductors, and relative motion.
Magnetic field, conductor, and relative motion.
Sheet aluminum alloy.
Steel-reinforced carbon fiber.
Water slug valve.
Float control valve.
Mainline control valve.
Tri-rotor, positive displacement.
Bi-rotor, positive displacement.
Automatic reset-type circuit breakers.
Manual reset-type circuit breakers.
Twenty-five amp Bosch-type fuse.
Ten amp ATO fuse.
Thirty-weight motor oil.
Ninety-weight gear oil.
Synthetic gear lube.
PTO interlock system.
Throttle interlock system.
Emergency shutdown switch.
Emergency engine kill switch.
Hose reel control.
The bottom loading valve modulates to prevent deadheading.
The electronic control module cuts power to the fillstand pump.
The bottom loading valve cuts power to the electronic control module.
The electronic control module cuts power to the bottom loading electric air solenoid.
Clean coalescer elements.
Damaged coalescer screens.
Clogged or dirty coalescers.
A defective O-ring or ruptured coalescers.
½ gallon for each 100 gallons passing through the meter.
½ gallon for each 500 gallons passing through the meter.
1 gallon for each 100 gallons passing through the meter.
1 gallon for each 500 gallons passing through the meter.
Quantity on hand.
Tool national stock number (NSN).
Urgent action TCTO.
Immediate action TCTO.
Limited technical inspection.
Preventative maintenance and inspection.
AF Form 1800.
AF Form 1807.
AFTO Form 91.
AFTO Form 92.
Hoses for FAM carts.
Hoses used for hot/rapid defueling.
Hoses used for hot refueling E–4B aircraft.
Hoses used for concurrent servicing operations supporting sortie generation operations.
Every year, or when high concentrations of water detected.
Every two years, or when sediment levels exceed tolerances.
Every three years, or when coalescer elements are changed.
Every five years, or when fiber sample fails.
Water slug shutoff.
Differential pressure shutoff.
Differential pressure of 20 psi sensed across the receiving filter separator.
Differential pressure of 30 psi sensed by the differential pressure switch.
System pressure that exceeds the maximum vessel operating pressure.
System pressure that routes flow around the vessel when manual valves are used.
On the top of the tank in the float well.
On the top of the tank in the gauging well.
On the interior of the tank at the required shut-off height.
On the exterior of the tank at the required shut-off height.
A horn will sound.
The upstream butterfly valve closes.
The downstream butterfly valve closes.
The tank outlet valve will close automatically.
Float assembly closes the inlet valve.
Switch assembly automatically turns the pump on.
Float assembly closes the high-level shut-off valve.
Switch assembly senses an emergency condition and shuts down the system.
75 percent full.
80 percent full.
85 percent full.
90 percent full.
Issue line and atmosphere.
Issue line and downstream venturi.
Return line and atmosphere.
Return line and downstream venturi.
Pacific Air Force (PACAF).
Air Combat Command (ACC).
Air Mobility Command (AMC).
United States Air Force in Europe (USAFE).
Two; 10,000 gallons.
Four; 10,000 gallons.
Two; 50,000 gallons.
Four; 50,000 gallons.
A dry break coupler inside the hose closes automatically.
The flow switch senses a sudden surge in fuel flow, and shuts down the pumps.
The pressure switch senses a sudden drop in pressure, and shuts down the pumps.
The fusible link melts and falls out, causing the spring-loaded butterfly part of the valve to close.
Fuels operations supervisor.
Hot refueling crewman
Hot refueling supervisor
By a flow switch located before the control pit.
By air pressure from the deadman control valve.
By fuel pressure from the deadman control valve.
By a pressure switch located before the control pit.
Every 2 hours.
Every 3 hours.
Every 4 hours.
By air pressure.
By fuel pressure.
The switches are not damaged.
Proper lubrication of the switches.
The switches are mechanically functional.
Proper operation while the system control panel/operation circuit is energized .
Corroded bond plug.
Corroded bonding receptacle.
Weak or damaged bond plug.
Weak or damaged bonding receptacle.
Every 90 days.
With all issue pumps operating.
With at least two issue pumps operating.
At 50 percent of the rated system capacity.
The remote terminal unit being turned off.
An inoperative remote terminal unit modem .
The remote terminal workstation being turned on.
An inoperative remote terminal workstation modem.
AFTO Form 95.
AFTO Form 134.
AFTO Form 244.
AFTO Form 245.
A decrease in liquid flow.
A negative odor test result.
A negative particulate test result.
A decrease in the annular space micron reading.
The appropriate page number.
The serial number of the item.
The name of the equipment manufacturer.
The mission, design, series (MDS) of the equipment.
No action is required.
Notify the FMT and obtain an odor sample.
Contact AFPET for disposition instructions.
Inform the FSC and await further guidance.
No action is required.
Do not service the receiving tank.
Contact the FSC and await further instructions.
Inform aircraft maintenance of the discrepancy.
No action is required.
Do not fill the receiving tank.
Inform the FMT and await further instructions.
Notify the FSC and request line expediter assistance.
The date the cart was filled.
The quantity issued to the cart.
The tank number of the issuing cryotainer.
The initials of the individual that filled the cart.
As either “+” or “-” in column A.
As either “PASS” of “FAIL” in column B.
As either “GO” or “NO GO” in column C.
As either “FAIL” of “PASS” in column D.
DD Form 250.
DD Form 250–1.
DD Form 1348.
DD Form 1348–1.
Once every 90 days.
After a LOX cart has been filled.
When particulate contamination is suspected.
Air Force Petroleum Agency.
No action is required.
Increase engine RPMs.
Decrease the engine RPMs.
Stop the operation immediately.
Fuels Environmental coordinator.
NCOIC fuels distribution.
FOD prevention monitor.
As directed by MAJCOM.
At the discretion of the TO manager.
When changes and revisions are posted to paper TOs are posted.