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  • 1. 

    Which of the following AFSCs is considered jump inherent?

    • A.

      1A1XX

    • B.

      1C0XX

    • C.

      1C2XX

    • D.

      1U1XX

    Correct Answer
    C. 1C2XX
    Explanation
    AFSC stands for Air Force Specialty Code, which is a code used to identify specific job positions in the United States Air Force. In this question, the AFSC 1C2XX is considered jump inherent. This means that individuals with this AFSC are required to complete parachute training and be able to perform jumps as part of their job duties. The other AFSCs listed do not have this requirement.

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  • 2. 

    Individuals assigned to AFSC 1W0X2, Special Operations Weather, have a core competency to perform

    • A.

      Flying duties

    • B.

      Parachute duties

    • C.

      Operational support duties

    • D.

      Career enlsited aviators duties

    Correct Answer
    B. Parachute duties
    Explanation
    Individuals assigned to AFSC 1W0X2, Special Operations Weather, have a core competency in performing parachute duties. This means that they are trained and skilled in tasks related to parachuting, such as conducting parachute jumps, ensuring the proper functioning and maintenance of parachutes, and providing support during airborne operations. Parachute duties are an essential part of their role and are necessary for their successful performance in Special Operations Weather missions.

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  • 3. 

    Under certain circumstances, parachutists may be double billeted for up to how many days?

    • A.

      30

    • B.

      60

    • C.

      90

    • D.

      12

    Correct Answer
    C. 90
    Explanation
    Parachutists may be double billeted for up to 90 days under certain circumstances. This means that they may be assigned to share accommodations with another parachutist for a maximum period of 90 days. This arrangement is likely made in situations where there is limited space or resources available for individual accommodations, and it allows for efficient use of available resources.

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  • 4. 

    Individuals occumpying a jump inherent or a "J" coded unit manpower document (UMD)/joint manning document (JMD) billet are in what jump status?

    • A.

      Alert

    • B.

      Active

    • C.

      Standby

    • D.

      Temporary

    Correct Answer
    B. Active
    Explanation
    The individuals occupying a jump inherent or a "J" coded UMD/JMD billet are in an active jump status. This means that they are currently assigned to a specific jump unit and are ready for immediate deployment or action.

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  • 5. 

    The approving authority authorizing temporary jump status is

    • A.

      HQ USAF/A30-AT

    • B.

      MAJCOM/A3

    • C.

      The unit commander

    • D.

      The HARM office

    Correct Answer
    B. MAJCOM/A3
    Explanation
    The correct answer is MAJCOM/A3. MAJCOM stands for Major Command, which is a level of command in the United States Air Force. A3 is the designation for the Operations and Plans division within the MAJCOM. Therefore, the approving authority authorizing temporary jump status would be the Operations and Plans division of the Major Command.

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  • 6. 

    What is the maximum number of days, within a 24-month period, can an individual be placed in temporary jump status?

    • A.

      60

    • B.

      90

    • C.

      120

    • D.

      365

    Correct Answer
    D. 365
    Explanation
    In a 24-month period, the maximum number of days an individual can be placed in temporary jump status is 365. This means that the individual can be in temporary jump status for the entire year.

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  • 7. 

    Which parachute system uses a line or strap attached from the parachute to an anchor cable inside the aircraft?

    • A.

      Static line

    • B.

      Military free fall

    • C.

      High altitude low opening (HALO)

    • D.

      Low altitude low opening (LALO)

    Correct Answer
    A. Static line
    Explanation
    A static line parachute system uses a line or strap that is attached from the parachute to an anchor cable inside the aircraft. This allows for the automatic deployment of the parachute as the jumper exits the aircraft. The static line ensures that the parachute is deployed at a safe distance from the aircraft, providing a controlled descent for the jumper. This system is commonly used in military operations and training exercises.

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  • 8. 

    Within how many days must the member perform a static line jump in order to maintain currency?

    • A.

      30

    • B.

      60

    • C.

      90

    • D.

      180

    Correct Answer
    D. 180
    Explanation
    In order to maintain currency, a member must perform a static line jump within 180 days. This means that they must complete a static line jump at least once every six months to stay current.

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  • 9. 

    Within how many days must a free fall parachutist perform a free fall jump before being considered non-current?

    • A.

      30

    • B.

      60

    • C.

      90

    • D.

      180

    Correct Answer
    D. 180
    Explanation
    A free fall parachutist must perform a free fall jump within 180 days before being considered non-current. This means that if they go longer than 180 days without performing a jump, their skills and abilities may have deteriorated, making it unsafe for them to continue jumping without undergoing additional training and practice.

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  • 10. 

    A member's qualification for jumpmaster duties is certified by the

    • A.

      HARM office

    • B.

      Unit commander

    • C.

      Wing commander

    • D.

      Senior jumpmaster

    Correct Answer
    B. Unit commander
    Explanation
    The unit commander is responsible for certifying a member's qualification for jumpmaster duties. This means that the unit commander has the authority to determine whether or not a member is qualified to perform the duties of a jumpmaster. They have the knowledge and experience necessary to assess the member's skills and abilities in this role. The unit commander is in a position of leadership and has the final say in certifying a member for jumpmaster duties.

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  • 11. 

    Basic and advanced parachutist badges are awarded to members who complete an AF recognized parachute training course and

    • A.

      The US Army Basic Airborne Course

    • B.

      Satisfy requirements in AFI 11-410, Personnel Parachute Operations

    • C.

      Any sister-service parachutist course of instruction

    • D.

      Satisfy requirements in AFI 11-402, Aviation and Parachutist Service Aeronautical Ratings and Badges

    Correct Answer
    D. Satisfy requirements in AFI 11-402, Aviation and Parachutist Service Aeronautical Ratings and Badges
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "satisfy requirements in AFI 11-402, Aviation and Parachutist Service Aeronautical Ratings and Badges." This means that in order to be awarded the basic and advanced parachutist badges, members must meet the requirements outlined in AFI 11-402, which pertains to aviation and parachutist service aeronautical ratings and badges. This ensures that individuals have completed the necessary training and met the standards set by the Air Force for parachute operations.

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  • 12. 

    Once a parachutist badge is awarded, it is permanents unless the

    • A.

      Badge is revoked

    • B.

      Member is suspended

    • C.

      Member is disqualified

    • D.

      Requirement is terminated

    Correct Answer
    A. Badge is revoked
    Explanation
    Once a parachutist badge is awarded, it is permanent unless the badge is revoked. This means that once an individual has successfully completed the requirements and received the badge, it will remain valid unless it is taken away due to certain circumstances such as misconduct or failure to meet ongoing requirements. Revoking the badge indicates that the individual is no longer eligible to hold or display it, and it serves as a consequence for their actions or failure to meet the necessary standards.

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  • 13. 

    Members who meet the requirements for the award of a parachutist badge must apply by completing an AF IMT

    • A.

      702, Individual Physiological Training Record

    • B.

      196, Data for Parachutist Rating

    • C.

      1522, Individual Jump Record

    • D.

      922, ARMS additional training accomplishment report

    Correct Answer
    B. 196, Data for Parachutist Rating
    Explanation
    To apply for the award of a parachutist badge, members must complete the AF IMT 196, Data for Parachutist Rating. This form is specifically designed for recording and documenting the necessary information for evaluating and awarding the parachutist rating. The other options listed are not applicable for this purpose.

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  • 14. 

    You must validate the number and type of jumps annotated on the AF IMT 196, Data for Parachutist Rating, against the member's

    • A.

      Individual Data Summary

    • B.

      Individual Jump Record

    • C.

      Jump Record Folder

    • D.

      Aeronautical Order

    Correct Answer
    B. Individual Jump Record
    Explanation
    The Individual Jump Record is used to validate the number and type of jumps annotated on the AF IMT 196. It contains detailed information about the member's jumps, including the date, type of jump, equipment used, and any additional remarks. By comparing the information on the Individual Jump Record with the AF IMT 196, one can ensure that the jumps are accurately recorded and validated.

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  • 15. 

    What does a Bronze Star device on the parachutist badge indicate?

    • A.

      A combat jump

    • B.

      Member is mission ready

    • C.

      High-altitude low-opening qualification

    • D.

      A jumpmaster qualification

    Correct Answer
    A. A combat jump
    Explanation
    The Bronze Star device on the parachutist badge indicates a combat jump. This means that the member has successfully completed a parachute jump under hostile conditions during a combat operation. The Bronze Star device is awarded to recognize the individual's bravery and participation in a combat situation while demonstrating their proficiency in parachuting.

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  • 16. 

    Who may recommend a member be prohibited from wearing the parachutist badge if the member is disqualified as a result of substantiated drug abuse?

    • A.

      HARM office

    • B.

      Member's supervisor

    • C.

      Member's first sergeant

    • D.

      Commanders at any review level

    Correct Answer
    D. Commanders at any review level
    Explanation
    Commanders at any review level may recommend a member be prohibited from wearing the parachutist badge if the member is disqualified due to substantiated drug abuse. This means that any commander, regardless of their rank or level of authority, has the power to make this recommendation based on their review of the situation. The HARM office, member's supervisor, and member's first sergeant may also be involved in the process, but the ultimate decision lies with the commanders at any review level.

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  • 17. 

    What must the remark state in the AO when prohibiting the wear of the parachutist badge?

    • A.

      That the badge is revoked

    • B.

      The reason for prohibiting the wear

    • C.

      The the member is prohibited from wearing it

    • D.

      The authority for prohibiting the wear

    Correct Answer
    C. The the member is prohibited from wearing it
    Explanation
    The remark in the AO must state that the member is prohibited from wearing the parachutist badge. This means that the member is not allowed to wear the badge anymore. The remark should clearly communicate the prohibition of wearing the badge without revoking it or stating the reason for the prohibition or the authority behind it.

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  • 18. 

    Which ASC identifies a qualified non-career aviator assigned to a dual-coded (flying/jump position) authorized to perform aircrew parachutist duties?

    • A.

      9D

    • B.

      9E

    • C.

      AA

    • D.

      BA

    Correct Answer
    A. 9D
    Explanation
    ASC 9D identifies a qualified non-career aviator assigned to a dual-coded (flying/jump position) authorized to perform aircrew parachutist duties.

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  • 19. 

    When a parachutist is no longer assigned to an authorized jump position, the member's ASC will change from

    • A.

      9E to 9J

    • B.

      9D to 9J

    • C.

      9E to 06

    • D.

      9D to 06

    Correct Answer
    C. 9E to 06
    Explanation
    When a parachutist is no longer assigned to an authorized jump position, their ASC (Aeronautical Specialty Code) will change from 9E to 06.

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  • 20. 

    Individuals assigned to dual-coded flying/jumping positions may receive

    • A.

      Basic and allowance pay

    • B.

      Jump incentive pay only

    • C.

      Flight incentive pay only

    • D.

      Flight and jump incentive pay

    Correct Answer
    D. Flight and jump incentive pay
    Explanation
    Individuals assigned to dual-coded flying/jumping positions may receive flight and jump incentive pay because they are required to perform both flying and jumping duties. This means they are eligible for incentives for both types of tasks. Flight incentive pay is given to individuals who perform flying duties, while jump incentive pay is given to individuals who perform jumping duties. Since individuals in dual-coded positions perform both tasks, it is reasonable to assume that they would receive incentive pay for both.

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  • 21. 

    Most dual-coded flying/jumping parachutist are assigned to non-career aviator positions identified by a DAFSC prefix of

    • A.

      C, J, or X

    • B.

      J, X, or Q

    • C.

      X, K, or Q

    • D.

      X, W, or K

    Correct Answer
    C. X, K, or Q
    Explanation
    The correct answer is X, K, or Q. This is because the question is asking about the DAFSC prefix for non-career aviator positions for dual-coded flying/jumping parachutists. The options given are different combinations of letters, and X, K, or Q is the correct combination.

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  • 22. 

    A member's eligibilty for parachutist service must be certified by the

    • A.

      Commander

    • B.

      HARM office

    • C.

      First sergeant

    • D.

      Supervisor

    Correct Answer
    A. Commander
    Explanation
    The commander is responsible for certifying a member's eligibility for parachutist service. This means that the commander has the authority to determine whether or not a member meets the necessary requirements and qualifications to participate in parachuting activities. The commander's decision is important as it ensures that only qualified individuals are allowed to engage in potentially dangerous activities such as parachuting.

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  • 23. 

    Certifying a member's elgibility for parachutist service includes the member's

    • A.

      Criminal record

    • B.

      Security training

    • C.

      Financial and marital status

    • D.

      Part parachutist service qualification

    Correct Answer
    D. Part parachutist service qualification
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "part parachutist service qualification." Certifying a member's eligibility for parachutist service involves assessing their qualifications related to parachuting. This includes evaluating their skills, knowledge, and experience in order to determine if they meet the necessary requirements to participate in parachutist service.

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  • 24. 

    The effective date used to assign Aviation Service Code 06, Jump Requirement Terminated, when a member fails to complete the US Army Basic Airborne Course is the

    • A.

      Class start date

    • B.

      Class graduation date

    • C.

      Day after disenrollment

    • D.

      Day of the disenrollment

    Correct Answer
    C. Day after disenrollment
    Explanation
    The effective date used to assign Aviation Service Code 06, Jump Requirement Terminated, when a member fails to complete the US Army Basic Airborne Course is the day after disenrollment. This means that if a member is disenrolled from the course, their jump requirement will be terminated starting from the day after their disenrollment.

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  • 25. 

    When placing a member in a dual-coded flying/jumping position, change the member's ASC from 9E, Active Parachutist, to 9D, Active Non-rated/Non-Career Enlisted Aviator Aircrew Member, effective the date the member

    • A.

      Begins performin in-flight duties aboard USAF aircraft

    • B.

      Is assigned to a valid jump-inherent position

    • C.

      Enters a formal school where observation flights are performed

    • D.

      Enters a formal school where flight duties are part of the curriculum

    Correct Answer
    D. Enters a formal school where flight duties are part of the curriculum
    Explanation
    When a member enters a formal school where flight duties are part of the curriculum, their ASC (Aircrew Safety Code) needs to be changed from 9E to 9D. This is because they are transitioning from being an active parachutist to an active non-rated/non-career enlisted aviator aircrew member. The change is effective from the date the member starts performing in-flight duties aboard USAF aircraft.

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  • 26. 

    You must publish an aeronautical order authorizing a member to perfomr a high altitude low opening (HALO) jump

    • A.

      Whn the member is officially assigned to a HALO-coded position

    • B.

      Prior to attending the military free fall course

    • C.

      After completing the military free fall course

    • D.

      After performing a HALO jump

    Correct Answer
    B. Prior to attending the military free fall course
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "prior to attending the military free fall course." This means that the member must be officially assigned to a HALO-coded position before they can perform a high altitude low opening (HALO) jump. This ensures that they have the necessary training and qualifications before engaging in such a specialized and potentially dangerous activity. After being assigned to the HALO-coded position, they can then attend the military free fall course to further enhance their skills and knowledge in preparation for the HALO jump.

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  • 27. 

    What action must you take in the ARMS once a member become HALO certified?

    • A.

      Click "Yes" in the jump status field in Aircrew Management window

    • B.

      Click "Yes" in the HALO Certification field in the Aircrew Management window

    • C.

      Publish AOs authorizing HALO duties effective the class start date of the military free fall (MFF) course

    • D.

      Publish an AO authorizing HALO duties effective the class graduation date of the MFF course

    Correct Answer
    B. Click "Yes" in the HALO Certification field in the Aircrew Management window
    Explanation
    Once a member becomes HALO certified, the action that must be taken in the ARMS is to click "Yes" in the HALO Certification field in the Aircrew Management window. This indicates that the member has successfully completed the HALO certification and is authorized to perform HALO duties.

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  • 28. 

    AOs for enlisted parachutists will have  termination date based on the earliest of the following dates except the

    • A.

      Date of separation

    • B.

      Jump tour completion date

    • C.

      Change to active status date

    • D.

      Date of the expected return from overseas

    Correct Answer
    C. Change to active status date
    Explanation
    Enlisted parachutists have termination dates for their AOs (Airborne Operations) based on the earliest of the following dates: date of separation, jump tour completion date, and date of the expected return from overseas. The exception to this is the change to active status date, which does not determine the termination date for AOs.

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  • 29. 

    The AO terminates for a member who is initally placed on jump status, but is not assigned to an authorized jump position after graduating from the US Army Basic Airbourne Course on the

    • A.

      Member's date of separation

    • B.

      Member's jump tour completetion date

    • C.

      Military free fall course graduation date

    • D.

      US Army Basic Airbourne Course graduation date

    Correct Answer
    D. US Army Basic Airbourne Course graduation date
    Explanation
    The correct answer is US Army Basic Airborne Course graduation date. This means that the AO (Assignment Option) terminates for a member who is initially placed on jump status but is not assigned to an authorized jump position after graduating from the US Army Basic Airborne Course. This indicates that the member's jump status and assignment opportunities are dependent on successfully completing the Basic Airborne Course.

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  • 30. 

    Which of the following statements must be included in the Remarks section of the AO for a member assigned to a dual-coded flying/jumping position? 

    • A.

      When required for the mission, member is authorized to perform military free fall duties

    • B.

      When required for the mission, static line duties are authorized on any USAF aircraft

    • C.

      When required for the mission, member is authorized to perform jumpmaster duties

    • D.

      When required for the mission, aircrew duty may be performed on any USAF aircraft

    Correct Answer
    D. When required for the mission, aircrew duty may be performed on any USAF aircraft
    Explanation
    The Remarks section of the AO for a member assigned to a dual-coded flying/jumping position must include the statement "When required for the mission, aircrew duty may be performed on any USAF aircraft." This statement indicates that the member is authorized to perform aircrew duties on any aircraft in the United States Air Force when it is necessary for the mission. This is important information for the member and any personnel responsible for assigning duties and ensuring mission readiness.

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  • 31. 

    The remarks section of an aeronautical order for a USAFA cadet, who participated in the USAFA parachute program reads:  The member is

    • A.

      Entitled to HALO pay

    • B.

      Entitled to HDIP

    • C.

      Not entitled to HDIP

    • D.

      Occupying a J-coded unit manpower document position

    Correct Answer
    C. Not entitled to HDIP
    Explanation
    The USAFA cadet is not entitled to HDIP (High Deployment Incentive Pay) according to the remarks section of the aeronautical order. This means that they will not receive additional pay for participating in high-risk parachute jumps. The other statements about being entitled to HALO pay and occupying a J-coded unit manpower document position are unrelated to the entitlement of HDIP.

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  • 32. 

    Which of the follwoing is not a cause for permanent disqualification?

    • A.

      Failure to satisfactorily perform a jump duty

    • B.

      Disenrollment from the military free fall course

    • C.

      Member no longer desires to perform required jump duties

    • D.

      Member voluntarily requests termination of parachutist service

    Correct Answer
    B. Disenrollment from the military free fall course
    Explanation
    Disenrollment from the military free fall course is not a cause for permanent disqualification because it specifically refers to being removed or withdrawn from the course, rather than being permanently disqualified from performing jump duties. While failure to satisfactorily perform a jump duty, no longer desiring to perform required jump duties, and voluntarily requesting termination of parachutist service can all lead to permanent disqualification, being disenrolled from the military free fall course does not automatically result in permanent disqualification.

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  • 33. 

    How many days can a parachutist be suspend without (MAJCOM) approval?

    • A.

      60

    • B.

      90

    • C.

      120

    • D.

      180

    Correct Answer
    D. 180
    Explanation
    A parachutist can be suspended without (MAJCOM) approval for a maximum of 180 days. This means that they can continue their activities and operations without needing any specific authorization from the MAJCOM for a period of six months. It is important to ensure that all safety protocols and regulations are followed during this time to ensure the well-being and effectiveness of the parachutist.

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  • 34. 

    Commanders will provide at least 120 calendar days notification before involuntarily terminating member's aviation service who are

    • A.

      Parachutist qualified

    • B.

      Jumpmaster qualified

    • C.

      Dual-coded flying/jumping

    • D.

      Dual-coded military free fall/static line

    Correct Answer
    C. Dual-coded flying/jumping
    Explanation
    The commanders will give a minimum of 120 calendar days notification before involuntarily terminating the aviation service of members who are dual-coded flying/jumping. This means that individuals who are qualified to both fly and jump will be given a significant amount of advance notice before their aviation service is terminated against their will. This allows them to make necessary arrangements and preparations for the transition.

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  • 35. 

    The 120-day advance notification policy applies to

    • A.

      Basic pay

    • B.

      Flight pay only

    • C.

      Parachutist pay only

    • D.

      Flight and parachutist pay

    Correct Answer
    B. Flight pay only
    Explanation
    The 120-day advance notification policy applies to flight pay only. This means that individuals receiving flight pay must be notified at least 120 days in advance before any changes or modifications are made to their flight pay. This policy does not apply to basic pay or parachutist pay, as these are not mentioned in the answer. Therefore, the correct answer is flight pay only.

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  • 36. 

    Who is responsible for completeing and crifying all AF Form 4323, ARMS multi-crew jump records and AF IMTs 922, Individual jump records?

    • A.

      Jumpmaster

    • B.

      Commander

    • C.

      Operations officer

    • D.

      Aviation resourse manager

    Correct Answer
    A. Jumpmaster
    Explanation
    The jumpmaster is responsible for completing and certifying all AF Form 4323, ARMS multi-crew jump records, and AF IMTs 922, Individual jump records.

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  • 37. 

    What form is used as the primary source document for recording jump activity performed by multiple USAF members on a single day?

    • A.

      AF Form 4323, ARMS Multi-Crew Jump Record

    • B.

      AF IMT 1042, Medical Recommendation for Flying or Special Operational Duty

    • C.

      AF Form 922, Individual Jump Record

    • D.

      AF IMT 702, Individual Physiological Training Record

    Correct Answer
    A. AF Form 4323, ARMS Multi-Crew Jump Record
    Explanation
    The correct answer is AF Form 4323, ARMS Multi-Crew Jump Record. This form is used as the primary source document for recording jump activity performed by multiple USAF members on a single day. It is specifically designed for recording jumps performed by multiple crew members and is an official record that documents the details of the jump, including the individuals involved, the aircraft used, and any specific mission details. This form is an important tool for tracking and documenting jump activity within the USAF.

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  • 38. 

    Who ensures the following items are correct on the AF IMT 922, Individual Jump Record: date, aircraft mission design series, drop zone, jump type and condition, parachute type, jump altitude and the remarks?

    • A.

      SARM office

    • B.

      HARM office

    • C.

      Unit commander

    • D.

      Jumpmaster

    Correct Answer
    D. Jumpmaster
    Explanation
    The jumpmaster is responsible for ensuring that the date, aircraft mission design series, drop zone, jump type and condition, parachute type, jump altitude, and remarks are all correct on the AF IMT 922, Individual Jump Record. They are trained and qualified to oversee and supervise parachute jumps, therefore it is their duty to ensure the accuracy of these details on the record.

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  • 39. 

    It is important for you to update jump accomplishments in the ARMS, in a timely manner to avoid interrupting the member's

    • A.

      Flight duty training

    • B.

      Flight duty pay

    • C.

      Parachute duty training

    • D.

      Parachute duty pay

    Correct Answer
    D. Parachute duty pay
    Explanation
    Updating jump accomplishments in the ARMS (Automated Airborne Reporting System) in a timely manner is crucial to ensure that the member's parachute duty pay is not interrupted. The ARMS keeps track of the number of jumps completed by each member, and this information is used to calculate their parachute duty pay. If the jump accomplishments are not updated promptly, there may be delays or interruptions in the payment of parachute duty pay to the member.

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  • 40. 

    Which standard jump report provides an audit trail of individual jump activity?

    • A.

      Jump activity report

    • B.

      Flying history report

    • C.

      Individual jump record

    • D.

      Jump activity update summary

    Correct Answer
    D. Jump activity update summary
    Explanation
    The jump activity update summary provides an audit trail of individual jump activity. This report summarizes the updates made to jump activities, including details such as the date and time of the jump, the jumper's name, and any changes or updates made to the jump. This report is useful for tracking and reviewing individual jump activity and ensuring accuracy and accountability in jump records.

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  • 41. 

    To get a summary of career jump totals, the standard jump report you would refer to is the

    • A.

      IDS

    • B.

      Individual Jump Report (IJR)

    • C.

      FHR

    • D.

      Jump History Report (JHR)

    Correct Answer
    D. Jump History Report (JHR)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Jump History Report (JHR). This report provides a summary of career jump totals, which makes it the appropriate report to refer to when looking for this information. The IDS and FHR reports mentioned are not specifically designed to provide a summary of career jump totals, so they would not be the correct choice in this case.

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  • 42. 

    What standard folder serves as a repository for all approved documents pertaining to a member's jump career?

    • A.

      Jump record folder

    • B.

      Flight record folder

    • C.

      Military personnel file

    • D.

      Personnel information file

    Correct Answer
    A. Jump record folder
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Jump record folder. This folder serves as a repository for all approved documents related to a member's jump career. It is specifically designed to store and organize records related to jumps, including jump logs, training certificates, and other relevant documents. This folder is essential for tracking and documenting a member's jump history and ensuring that all necessary information is readily accessible and maintained in one place.

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  • 43. 

    What Part I section, of the jump record folder, would you file Rule 3 request letter?

    • A.

      Aeronautical orders

    • B.

      Military pay orders

    • C.

      Reports

    • D.

      Other documents

    Correct Answer
    B. Military pay orders
    Explanation
    The Rule 3 request letter would be filed in the Military pay orders section of the jump record folder. This suggests that the letter is related to military pay orders and should be stored accordingly for easy retrieval and organization.

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  • 44. 

    When conduting a jump recod folder audit, esure all formal training certificates have been entered into ARMS using the

    • A.

      Flyer window

    • B.

      Passport window

    • C.

      Personnel window

    • D.

      Formal training window

    Correct Answer
    D. Formal training window
    Explanation
    During a jump record folder audit, it is important to ensure that all formal training certificates have been entered into ARMS. The correct window to enter this information is the Formal Training window. This window is specifically designed to record and track formal training certificates for individuals. By entering the certificates in this window, the system can accurately track and maintain a record of the formal training completed by each individual. This helps in ensuring compliance with training requirements and maintaining a comprehensive record of the training history of personnel.

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  • 45. 

    When must the HARM office conduct a cover to cover aduti of the jump record folder?

    • A.

      Upon unit deactivation

    • B.

      Every six months

    • C.

      Upon PCS

    • D.

      Monthly

    Correct Answer
    C. Upon PCS
    Explanation
    The HARM office must conduct a cover to cover audit of the jump record folder upon PCS. This means that whenever a member of the unit undergoes a Permanent Change of Station (PCS), their jump record folder must be audited from cover to cover. This ensures that all necessary information and documentation is accurate and up to date before the member transitions to a new unit or location. Conducting this audit helps maintain the integrity and reliability of the jump record folder.

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  • 46. 

    What does a periodic review of the jump record folder ensure?

    • A.

      Effectiveness

    • B.

      Accuracy

    • C.

      Continuity

    • D.

      Standardization

    Correct Answer
    B. Accuracy
    Explanation
    A periodic review of the jump record folder ensures accuracy. This means that by regularly reviewing the jump record folder, any errors or discrepancies can be identified and corrected. It helps in maintaining the correctness and precision of the jump record information, ensuring that all the data and details are recorded accurately. This review process helps to minimize mistakes and ensure that the jump record folder is reliable and trustworthy for reference and analysis purposes.

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  • 47. 

    Jump record folder reviews are conducted

    • A.

      In person witht hemember's commander

    • B.

      Face-to-face with the member

    • C.

      Over the telephone with the member

    • D.

      Over a radio with the member's commander

    Correct Answer
    B. Face-to-face with the member
    Explanation
    Jump record folder reviews are conducted face-to-face with the member. This means that the reviews are done in person, directly interacting with the member. This method allows for better communication and understanding between the reviewer and the member, as they can have a real-time conversation and address any questions or concerns. It also provides an opportunity for the reviewer to observe the member's reactions and body language, which can give valuable insights into their understanding and engagement with the review process.

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  • 48. 

    When outprocessing a parachutist, what must you include in the jump record package?

    • A.

      AF IMT 1042, Medical Recommendation for Flying or Special Operational Duty

    • B.

      AF IMT 1520, ARMS individual flight pay entitlement worksheet

    • C.

      AF IMT 1521, ARMS individual jupm pay entitlement worksheet

    • D.

      AF Form 4323, ARMS Multi-crew jump record

    Correct Answer
    C. AF IMT 1521, ARMS individual jupm pay entitlement worksheet
    Explanation
    The jump record package for outprocessing a parachutist must include the AF IMT 1521, ARMS individual jump pay entitlement worksheet. This document is necessary to accurately record and calculate the jump pay entitlement for the parachutist.

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  • 49. 

    When inprocessing a parachutist in ARMS, the alpha character "H" in the Pay reason field of the incentive Pay window means

    • A.

      Aviation career incentive pay

    • B.

      Hazardous duty incentive pay

    • C.

      High altitude low opening

    • D.

      Career enlistd flier incentive pay

    Correct Answer
    B. Hazardous duty incentive pay
    Explanation
    The alpha character "H" in the Pay reason field of the incentive Pay window in ARMS stands for hazardous duty incentive pay. This means that the parachutist is eligible to receive additional pay due to the hazardous nature of their duty.

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