Manuals, CDCs, and handbooks
TOs,, manuals, and CDCs
Manuals, TOs, and handbooks
TOs, handbooks, and CDCs
Sustained job safety
The US Air Force
Strength of emission, time of day and, input power.
Strength of emission, time of exposure, and weather.
Input power, weather, and number of personnel in the area.
Time of exposure, amount of training, and number of operating units.
Spray with cold water.
Cool with forced air from a blower.
Cool with high-pressure compressed air.
Allow the assembly to cool in the ambient air.
A feeling of emptiness
Impaired mental concentration
Only senior personnel on special orders
Install shorting plugs and clips.
Install mechanical safety devices.
Remove all ammunition and explosives.
Position all fire control switches to SAFE or OFF.
Ensure the tool control program is functioning properly.
Follow MAJCOM guidelines.
Identify all possible sources of FOD.
Educate all personnel.
Logistics and operations group commanders.
Maintenance operations officer/maintenance superintendent.
Wing vice commander.
The FOD prevention office.
The operations commander.
The flight safety officer.
The ground crew.
Tail of the aircraft and at 30 degrees angle inboard of the engine being started.
Tail of the aircraft and at 30 degrees angle outboard of the engine being started.
Nose of the aircraft and at 45 degrees angle inboard of the engine being started.
Nose of the aircraft and at 45 degrees angle outboard of the engine being started.
Supervisor or vehicle operator.
Supervisor or brake operator.
Supervisor or wing walkers.
Departmental, intermediate, and field
Organizational, field, and intermediate
Organizational, intermediate, and depot
Departmental, organizational, and depot
Calling, saving, and reviewing base-level data
Calling, storing, retrieving base-level data
Collecting, saving, and reviewing base-level data
Collecting, storing, and retrieving base-level data
Damaged and spare items
Expired and outdated items
Recurring and repeat replacement items
Select serially controlled and time change items
Before the first flight of the day
Before each thruflight inspection
After the event number is entered at the maintenance debriefing
After each maintenance action with an assigned job control number
Base supply coordinator
Critical item liaison
Selecting the proper NCOs for expediter duty
Selecting the correct personnel for cross-training
Helping evaluate the training of new personnel
Helping with forecasting and scheduling personnel training
Within 60 days of arrivals
Upon duty position assignment
When someone changes duty positions
30 days after in-processing new personnel
90 days after graduation
6 months after graduation
Within 10 work days after graduation
Within 10 calendar days after graduation
CFETP, Part 1
CFETP, Part 2
Access to Distance Learning courseware.
Access to special certification roster criteria listings.
Visibility of available formal training courses Air Force-wide.
Visibility of personnel technical qualifications, certifications, and training statuses.
14.7 pounds per square inch
Pounds per square inch.
Inches of mercury.
Milibars of alcohol.
Ounces of air.
120,000 to 140,000 psi.
150,000 to 170,000 psi.
180,000 to 200,000 psi.
210,000 to 230,000 psi.
Up, left aileron trailing edge is up.
Up, left aileron trailing edge is down.
Down, left aileron trailing edge is up.
Down, left aileron trailing edge is down.
Increase lift and drag.
Decrease lift and drag.
Increase lift and decrease drag.
Decrease lift and increase drag.
Reduce the amount of lift.
Prevent aircraft from stalling.
Correct minor deviations in flight attitude.
Improve augmented lateral control surfaces movement.
Can be seen.
Has constant volume.
Cannot be compressed.
Molecules, protons, neutrons.
Protons, molecules, electrons.
Molecules, neutrons, electrons.
Protons, neutrons, and electrons.
Changing magnetic field.
Transferring magnetic field.
Tasteless, colorless, and odorless.
Tasteless, volumeless, and odorless.
Tasteless, colorless, and weightless.
Volumeless, weightless, and colorless.
Brown and orange.
Blue and yellow.
Green and white.
Black and red.
Is unusable below 10,000 feet.
Is usable only above 20,000 feet.
Delivers oxygen at varying pressure.
16 man-minutes of oxygen.
93 percent oxygen-enriched gas.
97 percent nitrogen-enriched gas.
100 percent oxygen-enriched gas.
600 to 1.
680 to 1.
800 to 1.
860 to 1.
Slow pressure buildup.
Rapid venting of system pressure.
LOX system pressure loss during maintenance.
The filler access door from closing in the vent position.
Ambient pressure and ambient temperature.
Engine throttle setting and ambient altitude.
Ambient pressure and engine throttle setting.
Engine throttle setting and ambient temperature.
Prevent the loss of compressed bleed air.
Maintain balanced airflow from each engine.
Provide a primary source for compressed bleed air.
Reduce bleed air pressure when the pressure is to high.
Ball peen hammer.
Fiber and fiberglass.
Fiberglass and neoprene, or rubber.
A soft aluminum, or fiber and metal mesh.
A soft aluminum, and fiber reinforced rubber or plastic.
Ram air ducting.
A long run of ducting.
A short run of ducting
Answer option 4
Engine bleed air.
Primary heat exchanger.
Air cycle machine.
Air cycle machine.
Refrigeration bypass valve.
Movable inlet and exit doors.
Primary ram air controller assemblies.
The air pressure to increase.
Moisture to condense in the form of fog.
Ice to form in secondary heat exchanger.
A loss of pressure as it exits the air cycle machine compressor.
Primary heat exchanger.
Secondary heat exchanger.
Air cycle machine bypass valve.
Air cycle machine expansion turbine.
A jet pump.
Filtering cabin air.
The unpressurized range.
Regulating control chamber pressure.
A diaphragm, fulcrum, and aneroid.
A rocker arm, diaphragm, and fulcrum.
An aneroid, spring, and metering valve.
A spring, metering valve, and rocker arm.
A spring, metering valve, aneroid.
An aneroid, rocker arm, and fulcrum.
A rocker arm, fulcrum, and diaphragm.
A diaphragm, spring, and metering valve.
The outflow valves.
A manual controller.
The cabin altitude selector.
A positive pressure relief valve.
Control the venting of cabin pressure.
Control the reference chamber pressure.
Ensure that both outflow valves operate at the same time.
Ensure that the aneroid and diaphragm inlet ports remain open.
Safety valve fails.
Outflow valve fails.
Pneumatic relay fails.
Cabin pressure controller fails.
Each other only.
The power source and with the warning light.
Each other and in parallel with the power source.
The warning light and parallel to each other.
An electroconductive sensor.
An Iron Fireman switch.
A photoconductive cell.
A FENWAL switch.
Releasing a fine mist vapor.
Excluding oxygen from the area.
Assist in extinguishing the fire.
Dispersing a large amount of liquid.
Convert the liquid to a gas upon discharge.
Expel the agent from the bottle.
Assist in extinguishing the fire.
Stabilize the temperature.
Rubber O-ring packing.
Break cleanly into small pieces.
Allow undisturbed fluid flow through the system.
Enable the pieces to pass easily through the strainer.
Prevent small pieces from passing through the strainer.
Sump and drain.
Pump and drain.
Pressure relief valve.
Fuel-level control valve.
Soft, malleable plastic.
Rubber or nylon material.
Hardened, pre-formed plastic.
Lightweight, pre-formed aluminum.
Bladder-type tanks that conform to the vacant cavity within the wing.
Lightweight, aluminum tanks inserted into empty wing cavities.
Sealed-off parts of the wing structure.
Soft, malleable plastic tanks.
For boost, transfer, or air refueling operations.
In any area requiring a pump with no moving parts.
To scavenge the remaining fuel in low areas of a fuel tank.
When the output volume of the pump must be in direct proportion to its speed.
Top-mounted centrifugal pump with variable-speed hydraulic drive.
Centrifugal pump with electrically driven, direct current (DC), series wound motor.