Avionics 2a352g Volume 1

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  • 1. 
    ON THE F-16 AIRCRAFT, FUSELAGE STATION ZERO IS LOCATED
    • A. 

      AT THE AFT END OF THE NOSE RADOME

    • B. 

      AT THE FORWARD END OG THE NOSE RADOME

    • C. 

      5.0 INCHES AFT OF THE FORWARD END OF THE NOSE RADOME

    • D. 

      5.0 INCHES FORWARD OF THE FORWARD END OF THE NOSE RADOME

  • 2. 
    ON THE F-16, WATERLINE 65.0 IS LOCATED 65.0 INCHES IN WHICH DIRECTION FROM WATERLINE 0.0?
    • A. 

      AFT

    • B. 

      ABOVE

    • C. 

      BELOW

    • D. 

      FORWARD

  • 3. 
    WHEN SHOULD WORN DOOR/PANEL FASTENERS BE REPLACED?
    • A. 

      IMMEDIATELY

    • B. 

      BEFORE THE AIRCRAFT TAXIS

    • C. 

      WHEN SHEET METAL SHOP SEES FIT

    • D. 

      THE NEXT TIME YOU PERFORM MAINTENANCE UNDER THAT DOOR/PANEL

  • 4. 
    WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STRUCTURES IS NOT A PART OF THE EMPENNAGE GROUP?
    • A. 

      WINGS

    • B. 

      RUDDER

    • C. 

      VENTRAL FINS

    • D. 

      HORIZONTAL STABS

  • 5. 
    THE LEADING EDGE FLAPS FOR THE F-16 ARE LOCATED ON THE
    • A. 

      WING ASSEMBLY

    • B. 

      EMPENNAGE GROUP

    • C. 

      FUSELAGE ASSEMBLY

    • D. 

      HORIZONTAL STABS

  • 6. 
    ON THE F-16 INSTALLIG THE EMERGENCY POWER UNIT SAFETY PIN WILL
    • A. 

      NOT PREVENT THE FIRING OF THE EPU IN FLIGHT

    • B. 

      PREVENT THE ACCIDENTAL FIRING OF THE EPU ONLY IN FLIGHT

    • C. 

      NOT PREVENT THE FIRING OF THE EPU IF THE EXTERNAL SOURCE SHUTS DOWN

    • D. 

      PREVENT THE ACCIDENTAL FIRING OF THE EPU DURING GROUND MAINTENANCE

  • 7. 
    TO OPERATE THE AIRCRAFT PRIMARY FLIGHT CONTROLS, THE F-16 HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS PROVIDE HYDRAULIC PRESSURE AT APPROXIMATELY WHAT PSI
    • A. 

      1100

    • B. 

      2100

    • C. 

      3100

    • D. 

      4100

  • 8. 
    AT AIRCRAFT ALTITUDES BETWEEN 800 AND 2300 FEET, THE F-16 CABIN PRESSURE IS REGULATED TO
    • A. 

      8000 FOOT AIR PRESSURE

    • B. 

      THE 23000 FOOT AIR PRESSURE

    • C. 

      AMBIENT AIR PRESSURE

    • D. 

      5 PSI ABOVE AMBIENT AIR PRESSURE

  • 9. 
    THE DIGITAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM USES WHAT MEANS TO TRANSFER INPUTS TO THE CONTROL SURFACES?
    • A. 

      CONTROL CABLES

    • B. 

      FULL FLY BY WIRE

    • C. 

      MECHANICAL LINKAGE

    • D. 

      A COMBINATION OF CONTROL CABLES AND ELECTRICAL WIRE

  • 10. 
    ARTIFICIAL FEEL IN THE DIGITAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM IS PROVIDED BY BEAMS AND COIL SPRINGS
    • A. 

      INTERNAL TO THE HANDGRIP ASSEMBLY

    • B. 

      INTERNAL TO THE TRANSDUCER ASSEMBLY

    • C. 

      EXTERNAL TO THE HANDGRIP ASSEMBLY

    • D. 

      EXTERNAL TO THE TRANSDUCER ASSEMBLY

  • 11. 
    IN ADDITION TO RUDDER CONTROL, THE RUDDER PEDALS ARE ALSO USED TO GENERATE
    • A. 

      BRAKE COMMAND SIGNALS ONLY

    • B. 

      NOSEWHEEL STEERING SIGNALS ONLY

    • C. 

      BRAKE COMMAND AND NOSEWHEEL STEERING SIGNALS

    • D. 

      ANTI-SKID COMMAND AND NOSEWHEEL STEERING SIGNALS

  • 12. 
    YAW TRIM ON THE F-16 IS ACCOMPLISHED BY USING THE
    • A. 

      YAW TRIM CONTROL ON THE MANUAL TRIM PANEL

    • B. 

      YAW TRIM CONTROL ON THE SIDE STICH CONTROLLER

    • C. 

      RUDER TRIM CONTROL ONTHE MANUAL TRIM PANEL

    • D. 

      RUDDER TRIM CONTROL ON THE SIDE STICK CONTROLLER

  • 13. 
    WHAT HAPPENS IF THE FLIGHT DATA RECORDER MEMORY CAPACITY IS EXCEEDED?
    • A. 

      WRITE OVERWILL WILL OCCUR

    • B. 

      CAUTION-CAUTION IS HEARD IN THE HEADSETS

    • C. 

      THE FLIGHT DATA RECORDER AUTOMATICALLY SHUTS OFF

    • D. 

      THE FLIGHT DATA RECORDER CAUTION LIGHT ILLUMINATES

  • 14. 
    WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING FUNCTIONS DOES THE STORES MANAGEMENT SET PERFORM?
    • A. 

      QUICK REACTION FINGERTIP CONTROL OF NAVIGATION DISPLAYS

    • B. 

      PROBVIDES TARGET DATA TO THE FIRE CONTROL AVIONICS SUBSYSTEM

    • C. 

      SWITCHING VIDEO AND POWER CONTROLS AT THE WEAPONS STATIONS

    • D. 

      GENERATES SYMBOLS FOR ESSENTIAL AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE DATA INCLDING ALTITUDE, AIRSPEED, ATTITUDE, AND HEADING

  • 15. 
    ON THE F-16, 10JG PROCEDURES MUST BE AVVOMPLISHED PRIOR TOHYDRAULIC POWER APPLICATION: INSURE THE AIRCRAFT EXTERIOR IS SAFE, THE AIRCRAFT COCKPIT IS SAFE FOR ENTRY, AND THE AIRCAFT IS SAFE FOR
    • A. 

      COOLING AIR

    • B. 

      AVIONICS SYSTEMS POWER APPLICATION

    • C. 

      ELECTRICAL AND HYDRAULIC POWER APPLICATION

    • D. 

      COOLING AIR AND AVIONIC SYSTEMS POWER APPLICATION

  • 16. 
    WHAT ARE YOU VERIFYING WHEN YOU INSURE THE AIRCRAFT EXTERIOR IS SAFE FOR MAINTENANCE?
    • A. 

      THAT THE CREW CHIEF DID THEIR JOB

    • B. 

      THAT ITS OK TO APPLY ELECTRICAL POWER

    • C. 

      THAT AVIONIC SYSTEMS ARE SAFE FOR MAINTENANCE

    • D. 

      BASICALLY THAT ALL APPLICABLE SAFETY/LOCKPINS ARE INSTALLED

  • 17. 
    YOU PERFORM THE SAFE FOR COCKPIT ENTRY PROCEDURE
    • A. 

      STANDING ON THE GROUND

    • B. 

      SITTING IN THE PILOTS SEAT

    • C. 

      DURING AIRCRAFT WALKAROUND

    • D. 

      STANDING ON THE CREW LADDER

  • 18. 
    AFTER ENGINE ENGINE SHUTDOWN THE ENGINE EXHAUST NOZZLE SHOULD E AVOIDED FOR AT LEAST
    • A. 

      2 MIN

    • B. 

      5 MIN

    • C. 

      15 MIN

    • D. 

      45 MIN

  • 19. 
    WHAT HAZARDS DOES THE JFS POSE?
    • A. 

      JFS ELECTRIC STARTER SEPARATION OR DISINTEGRATION

    • B. 

      JFS ELECTRIC STARTER SEPARATION AND DISINTEGRATION

    • C. 

      HIGH TEMP HIGH VELOCITY EXHAUST AND NOISE ONLY

    • D. 

      INTAKE SUCTION, HIGH TEMP HIGH VELOCITY EXHAUST AND NOISE

  • 20. 
    WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR FOD PREVENTION?
    • A. 

      EVERYONE

    • B. 

      EXPEDITERS

    • C. 

      CREW CHIEFS

    • D. 

      INDIVDUALS WHO CREATED FOD

  • 21. 
    THE MOST COMMON INJURY ASSOCIATED WITH MOVING FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES IS
    • A. 

      A BLOW TO THE HEAD

    • B. 

      A DEEP THIGH BRUISE

    • C. 

      A SEVERED FINGER

    • D. 

      A LACERATION USUALLY BELOW THE HEAD

  • 22. 
    IN THE FIRST FEW MINUTES AFTER AN AIRCRAFT WITH HOT BRAKES COMES TO A STOP, THE DANGER OF A TIRE BLOWOUT
    • A. 

      DECREASES

    • B. 

      INCREASES

    • C. 

      IS ELIMINATED

    • D. 

      STAYS THE SAME

  • 23. 
    IN AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE A NO STEP AREA IS AN AREA
    • A. 

      WHERE WALKING IS PROHIBITED

    • B. 

      THAT IS RESTRICTED AROUND AIRCRAFT MUNITIONS

    • C. 

      WHERE NO MAINTENANCE STANDS ARE PERMITTED

    • D. 

      IN FRONT OF, OR BEHIND AN AIRCRAFT WERE VARIOUS AIRCRAFT HAZARDS EXISTS

  • 24. 
    WHAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO REMOVE EXCESSIVE SOLDER FROM A SOLDERING IRON OR GUN?
    • A. 

      SWING OR SHAKE IT

    • B. 

      USE A SOLDER SUCKER

    • C. 

      DIP THE HOT TIP IN WATER

    • D. 

      WIPE THE HOT TIP ACROSS A DAMP RAG OR SPONGE

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