Know The Technicalities Of Being In The Air Force - CDC 2T251 Volume 3

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Want to go into Airforce? Well its easier said than done, you gotta pass a lot of rounds of tests, some physical and some knowledge based. This is a quiz to prepare you for your upcoming Air force test, ALL THE BEST!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    During an anti-hijacking inspection, when will you brief passengers that prohibited carry-on items must be placed in their check baggage or they will be confiscated?

    • A.

      During the space-available roll call.

    • B.

      When the passenger checks in with an agent as present.

    • C.

      During the arrival briefing over the public address system.

    • D.

      When the passenger arrives at the security/inspection area.

    Correct Answer
    D. When the passenger arrives at the security/inspection area.
    Explanation
    When the passenger arrives at the security/inspection area, it is the appropriate time to brief them about prohibited carry-on items. This is because the security/inspection area is where passengers go through the screening process and have their belongings checked. It is important to inform passengers at this stage to ensure that they are aware of the rules and regulations regarding prohibited items. By doing so, passengers can make the necessary arrangements to either place these items in their checked baggage or have them confiscated to ensure the safety and security of the flight.

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  • 2. 

    If an authorized distinguished visitor (DV) will be going directly to the aircraft and not through the passenger terminal for travel, how will this passenger receive an antihijack inspection?

    • A.

      Passengers are never authorized to proceed directly to the aircraft and bypass the passenger terminal.

    • B.

      The Air Terminal Operations Center will call Security Forces personnel to conduct the inspection at the aircraft.

    • C.

      Passenger service personnel will be summoned to the aircraft with a handheld magnetometer to conduct the inspection.

    • D.

      The aircraft commander will provide an inspection and give the required documentation to passenger service personnel

    Correct Answer
    D. The aircraft commander will provide an inspection and give the required documentation to passenger service personnel
    Explanation
    Passengers are never authorized to proceed directly to the aircraft and bypass the passenger terminal. Therefore, in the case of an authorized distinguished visitor (DV) who will be going directly to the aircraft, the aircraft commander will provide an inspection and give the required documentation to passenger service personnel. This ensures that the antihijack inspection is still conducted, despite the DV not going through the passenger terminal.

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  • 3. 

    During an anti-hijacking inspection, when may passengers traveling on validated troop movements carry loaded firearms?

    • A.

      After they present their weapons training card to passenger terminal personnel

    • B.

      When engaging an enemy force immediately after airdropping or landing.

    • C.

      After the loadmaster has verified the serial number from the weapon.

    • D.

      When the troop commander authorizes them in writing.

    Correct Answer
    B. When engaging an enemy force immediately after airdropping or landing.
    Explanation
    Passengers traveling on validated troop movements may carry loaded firearms when engaging an enemy force immediately after airdropping or landing. This suggests that in specific combat situations, where there is a direct threat from an enemy force, passengers are allowed to carry loaded firearms for self-defense and to engage the enemy.

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  • 4. 

    Before passengers walk through the magnetometer, they must

    • A.

      Show a copy of their identification (ID) card and valid travel orders

    • B.

      Stand with their feet apart and their hands out to the sides

    • C.

      Empty their bags onto the x-ray machine.

    • D.

      Empty their pockets into a small tray.

    Correct Answer
    D. Empty their pockets into a small tray.
    Explanation
    Passengers must empty their pockets into a small tray before walking through the magnetometer. This is likely done to ensure that no prohibited items or objects that could interfere with the magnetometer's readings are present on the person. By emptying their pockets into a small tray, it allows for a thorough inspection of the contents, ensuring the safety and security of the passengers and the airport.

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  • 5. 

    When an individual activates the walk-through magnetometer twice, what action should you take

    • A.

      Silence the walk-through magnetometer and allow them to pass through again.

    • B.

      Screen them using the hand-held metal detector.

    • C.

      Notify security forces personnel.

    • D.

      Remove them from the flight.

    Correct Answer
    B. Screen them using the hand-held metal detector.
    Explanation
    When an individual activates the walk-through magnetometer twice, the appropriate action to take is to screen them using the hand-held metal detector. This is because the walk-through magnetometer has detected some metal on the person, and using the hand-held metal detector will allow for a more targeted and thorough search to identify the source of the activation. This action is necessary to ensure the safety and security of the area or flight.

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  • 6. 

    What is the first thing you should do when operating the hand-held metal detectors to inspect passengers?

    • A.

      Instruct the passenger to assume the position.

    • B.

      Identify the source of the detector’s activation.

    • C.

      Tell the passenger why and how you will conduct the inspection.

    • D.

      Allow the detector to warm up before scanning the passenger’s back.

    Correct Answer
    C. Tell the passenger why and how you will conduct the inspection.
    Explanation
    When operating hand-held metal detectors to inspect passengers, it is important to inform the passenger about the purpose and procedure of the inspection. This helps to establish trust and cooperation, ensuring that the passenger understands why they are being scanned and how the process will be conducted. By explaining the inspection to the passenger, it helps to alleviate any concerns or confusion they may have, promoting a smooth and efficient screening process.

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  • 7. 

    During an anti-hijacking inspection with the hand-held metal detector, you would begin by scanning a passenger’s

    • A.

      Head, followed by the outline of the body, the front, and then the back.

    • B.

      Feet, followed by the outline of the body, the back and then the front

    • C.

      Head, followed by the front and then the back

    • D.

      Feet, followed by the front and then the back.

    Correct Answer
    A. Head, followed by the outline of the body, the front, and then the back.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to begin by scanning a passenger's head, followed by the outline of the body, the front, and then the back. This is the standard procedure for conducting an anti-hijacking inspection with a hand-held metal detector. Starting with the head allows for a thorough scan of the upper body, followed by the outline of the body to cover the torso, and then scanning the front and back to ensure all areas are checked. Scanning the feet first or starting with the front and then the back would not provide the same level of comprehensive inspection.

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  • 8. 

    When inspecting passengers with the hand-held metal detector and it locates metal, you must have them remove the metal item,

    • A.

      And then you simply re-scan the area the item was removed from.

    • B.

      Show it to you and replace it, and then you simply continue scanning the entire body.

    • C.

      Before you re-scan the area the item was removed from, and re-accomplish a scan of the entire body.

    • D.

      Before you re-scan the area the item was removed from, and then have them enter the walk-through magnetometer.

    Correct Answer
    D. Before you re-scan the area the item was removed from, and then have them enter the walk-through magnetometer.
    Explanation
    When inspecting passengers with the hand-held metal detector and it locates metal, you must have them remove the metal item, show it to you and replace it, and then you simply continue scanning the entire body. Before you re-scan the area the item was removed from, and then have them enter the walk-through magnetometer.

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  • 9. 

    When you are unable to detect the source that set off the alarm on the hand-held magnetometer, passengers have the choice of

    • A.

      Contacting their unit to request a character reference and authorization to travel without screening

    • B.

      Waiving their right to anti-hijacking privileges using a Department of Defense (DD) Form 2093

    • C.

      Consenting to a frisk by security forces personnel or sign an anti-hijacking waiver.

    • D.

      Consenting to a frisk by security forces personnel or be denied boarding.

    Correct Answer
    C. Consenting to a frisk by security forces personnel or sign an anti-hijacking waiver.
    Explanation
    Passengers who are unable to detect the source that set off the alarm on the hand-held magnetometer have the option to either consent to a frisk by security forces personnel or sign an anti-hijacking waiver. This means that they can choose to undergo a physical search by security personnel or agree to waive their rights to anti-hijacking privileges by signing a document. This allows them to proceed with the screening process and continue their travel.

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  • 10. 

    To operate properly, what do most explosives detection devices require before you use them?

    • A.

      A. Calibration and a significant warm up.

    • B.

      B. Samples from the sample traps.

    • C.

      C. Thorough cleaning.

    • D.

      D. Resetting.

    Correct Answer
    A. A. Calibration and a significant warm up.
    Explanation
    Most explosives detection devices require calibration and a significant warm-up before they can be used effectively. Calibration ensures that the device is accurately measuring and detecting explosives, while the warm-up allows the device to reach its optimal operating temperature for accurate results. Without calibration and warm-up, the device may not function properly and could potentially miss detecting explosives.

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  • 11. 

    You should activate the duress alarm if

    • A.

      A passenger doesn’t have the proper travel authorizations.

    • B.

      You notice anything suspicious or find an undeclared weapon or other dangerous article.

    • C.

      A passenger declares a weapon in his or her checked baggage before placing the bag on the x-ray machine.

    • D.

      You are screening a passenger who is authorized to carry a loaded weapon and the walk-through magnetometer alarms

    Correct Answer
    B. You notice anything suspicious or find an undeclared weapon or other dangerous article.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to activate the duress alarm if you notice anything suspicious or find an undeclared weapon or other dangerous article. This is because these situations pose a potential threat to the safety and security of the environment. By activating the duress alarm, appropriate authorities can be alerted and necessary actions can be taken to mitigate any potential risks or harm.

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  • 12. 

    1. What are the two types of customers?

    • A.

      Internal and external.

    • B.

      Proximal and distant.

    • C.

      Verbal and nonverbal.

    • D.

      Outbound and inbound.

    Correct Answer
    A. Internal and external.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is internal and external. This refers to the two types of customers that a business or organization may have. Internal customers are individuals or departments within the same organization who rely on the products or services provided by another department. External customers, on the other hand, are individuals or organizations outside of the company who purchase or use the products or services offered by the company.

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  • 13. 

    What is one way to communicate nonverbally to your customers that you are professional, respectful, and can be relied upon for accurate and complete information?

    • A.

      Dressing and grooming yourself appropriately

    • B.

      Choosing your words very carefully.

    • C.

      Speaking slowly and loud enough.

    • D.

      Enunciating your words clearly.

    Correct Answer
    A. Dressing and grooming yourself appropriately
    Explanation
    One way to communicate nonverbally to your customers that you are professional, respectful, and can be relied upon for accurate and complete information is by dressing and grooming yourself appropriately. This implies that by presenting yourself in a neat and professional manner, you are showing respect for the customer and indicating that you take your role seriously. It also suggests that you pay attention to details and have a level of professionalism that can be trusted.

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  • 14. 

    You should check back with a customer after how many minutes when placing them on hold?

    • A.

      30 seconds to one minute.

    • B.

      Two or three minutes.

    • C.

      Four to five minutes.

    • D.

      Five to six minutes.

    Correct Answer
    B. Two or three minutes.
    Explanation
    When placing a customer on hold, it is important to check back with them within two or three minutes. This timeframe allows the customer to know that they have not been forgotten and reassures them that their issue is being addressed. Waiting longer than this can lead to frustration and dissatisfaction on the customer's part. Therefore, it is crucial to prioritize prompt follow-up to ensure a positive customer experience.

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  • 15. 

    The Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 253 and AMC IMT 19 are used for passengers to

    • A.

      Clear customs while traveling from overseas to the Continental United States (CONUS).

    • B.

      Comment on the service they received while traveling within AMC.

    • C.

      Obtain border clearance requirements while traveling overseas.

    • D.

      Sign up on the space available register.

    Correct Answer
    B. Comment on the service they received while traveling within AMC.
    Explanation
    The Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 253 and AMC IMT 19 are used for passengers to comment on the service they received while traveling within AMC. These forms are likely provided to passengers by the Air Mobility Command to gather feedback and improve their services. By allowing passengers to comment on their travel experience, the AMC can identify areas for improvement and make necessary changes to enhance customer satisfaction.

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  • 16. 

    What is the first step in briefing passengers?

    • A.

      Ensure they have all been downloaded from the aircraft and have all of their handcarried items secure

    • B.

      Prepare yourself so you know exactly which information you need to brief them about the subject

    • C.

      Place an AMC Form 29 on their baggage and deny them access until they reach their destination

    • D.

      Open another counter to help more passengers get through the processing line.

    Correct Answer
    B. Prepare yourself so you know exactly which information you need to brief them about the subject
    Explanation
    The first step in briefing passengers is to prepare yourself so you know exactly which information you need to brief them about the subject. This involves gathering all the necessary information, organizing it in a clear and concise manner, and understanding the key points that need to be communicated to the passengers. By doing this preparation beforehand, you will be able to deliver a comprehensive and effective briefing to the passengers, ensuring that they receive all the necessary information for their journey.

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  • 17. 

    1. When briefing passengers, if they have questions and you don’t know the answer, what should you do

    • A.

      After attempting to look up the information, give your best educated guess.

    • B.

      Refer them to the regulation that governs their travel.

    • C.

      Provide them with the passenger terminal website.

    • D.

      Seek help from your supervisor.

    Correct Answer
    D. Seek help from your supervisor.
    Explanation
    When briefing passengers, it is important to provide accurate information. If you are unsure about an answer, the best course of action is to seek help from your supervisor. They are likely to have more experience and knowledge and can provide the correct information to the passengers. This ensures that the passengers receive accurate and reliable information, enhancing their experience and satisfaction.

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  • 18. 

    When briefing passengers on travel restrictions, documents you will ensure they possess if required include a valid photo identification (ID) card,

    • A.

      A leave form or pass, official military orders, a passport, and visas only.

    • B.

      Official military orders, a passport, visas, and AMC Form 30-FCG only.

    • C.

      A leave form or pass, official military orders, a passport, visas, and vaccination records only.

    • D.

      Official military orders, a passport, visas, vaccination record, and an AMC Form 30-FCG only.

    Correct Answer
    C. A leave form or pass, official military orders, a passport, visas, and vaccination records only.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is a leave form or pass, official military orders, a passport, visas, and vaccination records only. This is because when briefing passengers on travel restrictions, it is important to ensure that they possess all the necessary documents for their travel. These include a valid photo identification (ID) card, a leave form or pass, official military orders, a passport, visas, and vaccination records. The other options either include additional documents that are not required or exclude some of the necessary documents.

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  • 19. 

    When making a flight information announcement about a departing flight that has been delayed, you should update passengers every

    • A.

      5 minutes

    • B.

      10 minutes.

    • C.

      15 minutes.

    • D.

      20 minutes.

    Correct Answer
    D. 20 minutes.
    Explanation
    When making a flight information announcement about a departing flight that has been delayed, it is important to update passengers regularly to keep them informed about the status of the flight. Updating them every 20 minutes ensures that they are receiving timely information and can make necessary arrangements or adjustments to their travel plans. This interval allows for enough time to gather any new updates or changes in the flight schedule, without overwhelming passengers with unnecessary announcements too frequently.

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  • 20. 

    When making a roll call announcement, which information should you give passengers first?

    • A.

      Your rank, name, mission number, and destination of the flight.

    • B.

      Give them operational details about a flight that may make them uncomfortable.

    • C.

      Tell them to be travel ready and let them know when you change space-available categories

    • D.

      Give them a brief explanation of the roll call process to include categories and date and time of sign-up.

    Correct Answer
    A. Your rank, name, mission number, and destination of the flight.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to give passengers first your rank, name, mission number, and destination of the flight. This information is important for passengers to identify and locate the correct personnel for their flight. It helps establish authority and credibility, ensuring a smooth roll call process and efficient boarding.

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  • 21. 

    When checking the travel category to determine travel eligibility, one way dependents and family members are authorized to travel in space-required status is when they are

    • A.

      Participating in school activities during the school year.

    • B.

      Traveling on temporary duty accompanied by the sponsor.

    • C.

      Unaccompanied on ordinary leave or traveling accompanied.

    • D.

      Issued official travel orders under emergency leave conditions

    Correct Answer
    D. Issued official travel orders under emergency leave conditions
    Explanation
    Dependents and family members are authorized to travel in space-required status when they are issued official travel orders under emergency leave conditions. This means that if there is an emergency situation, such as a family member being seriously ill or passing away, the military member's dependents can be granted official travel orders to accompany the member during this time. This allows them to travel in space-required status, meaning they can use military transportation resources even if there are limited seats available.

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  • 22. 

    When verifying transportation authorizations for space-required passengers, what information should you check against the passenger’s identification (ID) card of someone who is traveling on permanent change of station (PCS) orders?

    • A.

      Name, grade, and social security number.

    • B.

      Unit, major command, and unit address

    • C.

      If dependent travel is authorized and priority of travel

    • D.

      Signature of the unit commander and clear text address.

    Correct Answer
    A. Name, grade, and social security number.
    Explanation
    The information that should be checked against the passenger's identification (ID) card of someone who is traveling on permanent change of station (PCS) orders is their name, grade, and social security number. This information helps to verify the identity of the passenger and ensure that they are authorized to travel under the given orders.

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  • 23. 

    After determining travel eligibility for space-required passengers, to check travel clearances, you must determine if the passenger is eligible to travel to the destination by checking the required documents such as passports, visas, and immunization records for

    • A.

      Tendency, ingenuity, and deftness.

    • B.

      Suitability, reliability, and proficiency.

    • C.

      Capacity, presence, creativity, and ineffectiveness

    • D.

      Presence, currency, accuracy, and completeness.

    Correct Answer
    D. Presence, currency, accuracy, and completeness.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "presence, currency, accuracy, and completeness." This is because when checking travel clearances, it is important to determine if the passenger has the necessary documents such as passports, visas, and immunization records. These documents should be present, meaning they are available and in the possession of the passenger. They should also be current, meaning they have not expired. Additionally, the documents should be accurate, containing the correct information, and complete, including all the necessary details.

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  • 24. 

    If active duty Air Force SSgt James Curtis is traveling with emergency status annotated on his leave form, which of the following Continental United States (CONUS) or overseas unfunded travel options is SSgt Curtis eligible for?

    • A.

      CONUS to CONUS only.

    • B.

      CONUS to overseas only.

    • C.

      Overseas to overseas only.

    • D.

      Overseas to CONUS only.

    Correct Answer
    A. CONUS to CONUS only.
    Explanation
    If SSgt James Curtis is traveling with emergency status annotated on his leave form, he is only eligible for CONUS to CONUS travel. This means that he can only travel within the Continental United States and cannot travel to overseas locations or from overseas to CONUS.

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  • 25. 

    During the task of determining eligibility for space-available travel, under which travel category may uniformed service members travel while on permissive temporary duty (TDY) orders for house hunting?

    • A.

      Category I.

    • B.

      Category II.

    • C.

      Category III.

    • D.

      Category IV.

    Correct Answer
    C. Category III.
    Explanation
    Uniformed service members may travel under Category III while on permissive temporary duty (TDY) orders for house hunting. This category allows them to travel when they are on leave or pass, or when they are on TDY for house hunting before the start of a new assignment.

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  • 26. 

    A passenger can be categorized as a Blue Bark passenger when the passenger is

    • A.

      A dependent whose sponsor is missing in action or a prisoner of war

    • B.

      Traveling in conjunction with the death of a family member.

    • C.

      Either a senior officer or senior public official.

    • D.

      Onboard an aircraft but not on the manifest.

    Correct Answer
    B. Traveling in conjunction with the death of a family member.
    Explanation
    A passenger can be categorized as a Blue Bark passenger when they are traveling in conjunction with the death of a family member. This means that if a passenger is flying to attend a funeral or to be with their family after the death of a loved one, they would be considered a Blue Bark passenger. This category is specifically for those who are traveling for this purpose and not for any other reason mentioned in the options.

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  • 27. 

    When a passenger is too large to be safely restrained in a single aircraft seat using a single seatbelt, handle him or her as you would

    • A.

      A distinguished visitor.

    • B.

      A Phoenix Raven passenger.

    • C.

      A differently-abled passenger

    • D.

      An AMC mission mobility observer (MMO).

    Correct Answer
    C. A differently-abled passenger
    Explanation
    The correct answer is a differently-abled passenger. This means that when a passenger is too large to be safely restrained in a single aircraft seat using a single seatbelt, they should be treated with the same care and consideration as a passenger with a disability or different abilities. This may involve providing additional accommodations or assistance to ensure their safety and comfort during the flight.

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  • 28. 

    Which special category situation would cause a passenger to need a medical doctor’s certification to be medically sound to travel?

    • A.

      An infant less than six weeks old and women who are less than six weeks postpartum.

    • B.

      A Phoenix Raven passenger flying on a special mission to accompany aircrew

    • C.

      An Air Mobility Command (AMC) mobility mission observer (MMO).

    • D.

      A next of kin (NOK) or very seriously ill (VSI) passenger.

    Correct Answer
    A. An infant less than six weeks old and women who are less than six weeks postpartum.
    Explanation
    Infants less than six weeks old and women who are less than six weeks postpartum require a medical doctor's certification to be medically sound to travel. This is because infants and postpartum women may have specific medical needs or conditions that need to be assessed and approved by a doctor before they can travel safely. This certification ensures that the passenger's health and well-being are taken into consideration during the travel process.

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  • 29. 

    1. If a mission essential ground personnel (MEGP) passenger wants to travel on a specific mission that departs at 0800 Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), when is the latest time the MEGP can notify the Air Terminal Operations Center (ATOC) of that intention?

    • A.

      0700 GMT

    • B.

      0600 GMT.

    • C.

      0500 GMT.

    • D.

      0400 GMT.

    Correct Answer
    C. 0500 GMT.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 0500 GMT. This is because the MEGP passenger wants to travel on a specific mission that departs at 0800 GMT, so they need to notify the ATOC before the departure time. Since the question is asking for the latest time the MEGP can notify the ATOC, it means that they need to notify the ATOC before 0800 GMT. Therefore, the latest time they can notify the ATOC is 0500 GMT, which is one hour before the departure time.

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  • 30. 

    Before space-available passengers can be entered into the space-available register, which form must they complete

    • A.

      DD Form 988

    • B.

      AMC Form 35.

    • C.

      DD Form 1610

    • D.

      AMC Form 140.

    Correct Answer
    D. AMC Form 140.
    Explanation
    Space-available passengers must complete AMC Form 140 before they can be entered into the space-available register.

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  • 31. 

    When maintaining a space-required standby listing, if there are passengers that remain on the listing who have already been selected for missions or are no longer in need of airlift, how should you mark the listing?

    • A.

      Reprint a new register each time.

    • B.

      You do not need to mark the listing.

    • C.

      Line through the passenger’s register entry.

    • D.

      Leave them on the register until the page is full and create a new one.

    Correct Answer
    C. Line through the passenger’s register entry.
    Explanation
    When maintaining a space-required standby listing, if there are passengers who have already been selected for missions or are no longer in need of airlift, the correct way to mark the listing is to line through their register entry. This helps to indicate that they have been accounted for and are no longer eligible for selection. Reprinting a new register each time or leaving them on the register until the page is full and creating a new one would not accurately reflect the current status of the passengers.

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  • 32. 

    While updating and maintaining the space-available standby listing on 23 Apr 09, which passenger with the following date and time of sign-up will you purge from the listing?

    • A.

      22 Feb 09/0800.

    • B.

      25 Feb 09/1600

    • C.

      22 Mar 09/1130.

    • D.

      25 Mar 09/1552.

    Correct Answer
    A. 22 Feb 09/0800.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 22 Feb 09/0800. This is the earliest date and time of sign-up among the given options. Since the question asks for the passenger to be purged from the listing, it can be assumed that the earliest sign-up would be the first to be removed.

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  • 33. 

    While selecting passengers for a flight, which would you select first?

    • A.

      Space-required, priority 1 passenger with a date and time of sign-up of 1 May 09 at 0900.

    • B.

      Space-required, priority 1 passenger with a date and time of sign-up of 1 May 09 at 0700

    • C.

      Space-available category I passenger with a date and date of sign-up of 30 Apr 09 at 1100.

    • D.

      Space-available category I passenger with a date and date of sign-up of 30 Apr 09 at 1130

    Correct Answer
    B. Space-required, priority 1 passenger with a date and time of sign-up of 1 May 09 at 0700
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the space-required, priority 1 passenger with a date and time of sign-up of 1 May 09 at 0700. This is because priority 1 passengers have a higher priority than category I passengers, and the passenger who signed up earlier on the same day (0700) should be selected before the one who signed up later (0900).

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  • 34. 

    If a space-available passenger is not present for a roll call, you should

    • A.

      Remove the passenger’s name from the space-available register.

    • B.

      Skip the passenger’s name and continue with the selection process.

    • C.

      Mark the passenger as not present on the space-available standby listing.

    • D.

      Pull the passenger’s AMC Form 140 from the station file and call the passenger.

    Correct Answer
    B. Skip the passenger’s name and continue with the selection process.
    Explanation
    If a space-available passenger is not present for a roll call, the correct action is to skip the passenger's name and continue with the selection process. This means that the passenger will not be considered for the available space and the selection process will move on to the next passenger on the list. Removing the passenger's name from the register or marking them as not present on the standby listing would imply that they are no longer eligible for consideration, which is not the case. Calling the passenger by pulling their AMC Form 140 from the station file is not necessary if they are not present for the roll call.

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  • 35. 

    When preparing the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 148/2, Boarding Pass/Ticket/Receipt, how many copies will you complete and how are they distributed?

    • A.

      One copy; to the passenger.

    • B.

      One copy; for passenger service records.

    • C.

      Two copies; one to the passenger and one for passenger service records.

    • D.

      Three copies; one to the passenger, one for passenger service records, and one for the in-flight kitchen.

    Correct Answer
    C. Two copies; one to the passenger and one for passenger service records.
    Explanation
    When preparing the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 148/2, Boarding Pass/Ticket/Receipt, two copies are completed and distributed. One copy is given to the passenger, and the other copy is kept for passenger service records.

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  • 36. 

    When preparing the Department of Defense (DD) Form 2131, Passenger Manifest, when individuals enter their name, grade, signature and date in the manifest certification blocks, they are certifying that

    • A.

      Anti-hijacking measures have been conducted.

    • B.

      Next of kin have been identified and contacted

    • C.

      Emergency point of contact information has been verified

    • D.

      All copies of the manifest have been distributed appropriately

    Correct Answer
    A. Anti-hijacking measures have been conducted.
    Explanation
    When individuals enter their name, grade, signature, and date in the manifest certification blocks, they are certifying that anti-hijacking measures have been conducted. This means that they are confirming that the necessary precautions and procedures to prevent hijacking or unauthorized access to the transportation have been implemented and followed. By signing the manifest, they are taking responsibility for ensuring the safety and security of the passengers and the transportation.

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  • 37. 

    1. When preparing in-flight meal requests, you would offer passengers a lunch meal if the aircraft will be in the air from

    • A.

      0900 to 1200.

    • B.

      0700 to 1015.

    • C.

      1100 to 1215.

    • D.

      0930 to 1445.

    Correct Answer
    D. 0930 to 1445.
    Explanation
    Passengers would be offered a lunch meal if the aircraft will be in the air from 0930 to 1445. This time frame falls within the typical lunch hours, making it appropriate to serve a lunch meal to the passengers during this period.

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  • 38. 

    When preparing an in-flight meal request, how many meals would you offer passengers if the flight is eight hours long and covers one meal period?

    • A.

      Snacks and beverages only.

    • B.

      Three meals.

    • C.

      Two meals

    • D.

      One meal.

    Correct Answer
    D. One meal.
    Explanation
    For a flight that is eight hours long and covers one meal period, it is reasonable to offer passengers one meal. Since there is only one meal period during the flight, it would be appropriate to provide one meal to the passengers. The other options, such as snacks and beverages only or two meals, do not align with the given scenario.

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  • 39. 

    • When preparing an in-flight meal request, which factors will you use to plan the amount of snacks and beverages you will need for a given flight?

    • A.

      Actual number of passengers manifested only.

    • B.

      Consumption factors from previously flown missions along the same route and the actual number of passengers manifested only.

    • C.

      Monthly data the in-flight kitchen submits to the passenger terminal managers and the actual number of passengers manifested only.

    • D.

      Consumption factors from previously flown missions along the same route and the monthly data the in-flight kitchen submits to the passenger terminal managers only

    Correct Answer
    B. Consumption factors from previously flown missions along the same route and the actual number of passengers manifested only.
    Explanation
    When preparing an in-flight meal request, the factors that will be used to plan the amount of snacks and beverages needed for a given flight are the consumption factors from previously flown missions along the same route and the actual number of passengers manifested only. This means that the historical data on consumption patterns for similar flights and the current number of passengers on the flight will be taken into account to determine the appropriate amount of snacks and beverages to be provided.

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  • 40. 

    While you are passing meal orders to the in-flight kitchen for a C–5 that departs at 1015, what is the latest time you can pass a tentative and final meal order of 61 meals?

    • A.

      0715; 0815.

    • B.

      0820; 0930.

    • C.

      0745; 0945.

    • D.

      0925; 1000.

    Correct Answer
    A. 0715; 0815.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 0715; 0815. This is the latest time you can pass a tentative and final meal order of 61 meals for a C-5 that departs at 1015.

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  • 41. 

    When completing the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 162, In-flight Meal Supplemental Worksheet, from which two sources can you get the information to compute the total amount of monies collected from the passengers?

    • A.

      From the remarks section of the passengers’ travel authorizations or from each of the blocks in section V of the AMC Form 162.

    • B.

      The meal costs from the passengers’ AMC Form 148/2s or from the remarks section of the passengers’ travel authorizations.

    • C.

      The meal costs from the passengers’ AMC Form 148/2s or from each of the blocks in section V of the AMC Form 35.

    • D.

      The meal costs from the passengers’ AMC Form 148/2s or from each of the blocks in section V of the AMC Form 162.

    Correct Answer
    D. The meal costs from the passengers’ AMC Form 148/2s or from each of the blocks in section V of the AMC Form 162.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the meal costs from the passengers’ AMC Form 148/2s or from each of the blocks in section V of the AMC Form 162. This means that the information needed to compute the total amount of monies collected from the passengers can be obtained from either the meal costs listed on the passengers' AMC Form 148/2s or from the individual blocks in section V of the AMC Form 162.

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  • 42. 

    1. When preparing the AMC Form 162, In-flight Meal Supplemental Worksheet, from which source document will you get the information to enter the line numbers, type of meal, and passenger costs in section V?

    • A.

      Passengers’ AMC Form 148/2s.

    • B.

      Passengers’ AMC Form 135

    • C.

      Passengers’ DD Form 1610

    • D.

      DD Form 2131

    Correct Answer
    A. Passengers’ AMC Form 148/2s.
    Explanation
    The information needed to enter the line numbers, type of meal, and passenger costs in section V of the AMC Form 162 can be obtained from the passengers' AMC Form 148/2s.

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  • 43. 

    When determining head tax charges for passengers, in which of the following circumstances will you charge the tax for a passenger traveling from McGuire Air Force Base, NJ to Ramstein Air Base, Germany 

    • A.

      Space-required passenger traveling on a military aircraft.

    • B.

      Space-available passenger traveling on a military aircraft.

    • C.

      Space-required passenger traveling on a commercial-contracted aircraft.

    • D.

      Space-available passenger traveling on a commercial-contracted aircraft.

    Correct Answer
    D. Space-available passenger traveling on a commercial-contracted aircraft.
    Explanation
    When determining head tax charges for passengers, the tax will be charged for a space-available passenger traveling on a commercial-contracted aircraft. This means that if the passenger is traveling on a military aircraft, whether they are space-required or space-available, the tax will not be charged. However, if the passenger is traveling on a commercial-contracted aircraft and there is space available, then the tax will be charged.

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  • 44. 

    When determining pet shipping charges, you will charge a passenger for one excess baggage piece when the combined container and pet weight

    • A.

      Exceed 150 pounds.

    • B.

      Exceed 140 pounds.

    • C.

      Does not exceed 70 pounds.

    • D.

      Ranges between 71 and 140 pounds

    Correct Answer
    C. Does not exceed 70 pounds.
    Explanation
    When determining pet shipping charges, if the combined weight of the container and pet does not exceed 70 pounds, the passenger will not be charged for any excess baggage.

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  • 45. 

    What is the first step in determining pet shipping charges?

    • A.

      Accept the payment.

    • B.

      Determine the total pieces to charge.

    • C.

      Determine the amount to charge for each piece based on the rate.

    • D.

      Determine the passenger single rate for the channel being traveled.

    Correct Answer
    B. Determine the total pieces to charge.
    Explanation
    The first step in determining pet shipping charges is to determine the total pieces to charge. This means calculating the number of pets or pet carriers that will be transported. Once this number is determined, the shipping charges can be calculated based on the rate per piece.

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  • 46. 

    What is the first step when turning in cash collections?

    • A.

      Record all cash transactions and meal charges on an AMC 148/2

    • B.

      Have your supervisor place all drawers in a safe, inside a secure area.

    • C.

      Balance your cash drawer by taking out all the money you collected during your shift.

    • D.

      Turn in four copies of the DD Form 2133 to finance and keep the last copy for the station file.

    Correct Answer
    C. Balance your cash drawer by taking out all the money you collected during your shift.
    Explanation
    The first step when turning in cash collections is to balance your cash drawer by taking out all the money you collected during your shift. This ensures that the amount of cash you collected matches the amount recorded in your cash drawer. By balancing the cash drawer first, you can accurately report and account for the cash transactions and meal charges when recording them on an AMC 148/2 form. Once the cash drawer is balanced, you can proceed with turning in the cash collections by following the remaining steps mentioned in the answer choices.

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  • 47. 

    1. What is the last step when giving a passenger a refund?

    • A.

      Sign the boarding pass to show that you initiated the refund.

    • B.

      Clearly mark the smaller bills to give the passenger change.

    • C.

      Endorse the back of the AF Form 796, Headcount Record.

    • D.

      Give the passenger the money out the change fund.

    Correct Answer
    A. Sign the boarding pass to show that you initiated the refund.
    Explanation
    The last step when giving a passenger a refund is to sign the boarding pass to show that you initiated the refund. This step is important as it serves as a record of the refund being processed and helps to ensure accountability. By signing the boarding pass, it provides a clear indication that the refund has been initiated and can be used as evidence if needed in the future.

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  • 48. 

    If you are loading passengers on a C–17 that departs at 1630, at what time should the last passenger be loaded on the aircraft to protect against mission delays?

    • A.

      1600

    • B.

      1615

    • C.

      1620

    • D.

      1625

    Correct Answer
    C. 1620
    Explanation
    The last passenger should be loaded on the aircraft at 1620 to protect against mission delays. This allows for a buffer of 10 minutes before the departure time of 1630, ensuring that all passengers are on board and ready for departure without causing any delays.

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  • 49. 

    When you are downloading passengers off of a C–5, the first passenger you would allow to deplane first would be a

    • A.

      Space-available passenger traveling on ordinary leave.

    • B.

      Space-required passenger traveling on emergency leave.

    • C.

      Space-available distinguished visitor traveling on ordinary leave.

    • D.

      Space-required passenger traveling on permanent change of station orders.

    Correct Answer
    C. Space-available distinguished visitor traveling on ordinary leave.
    Explanation
    The first passenger allowed to deplane from a C-5 would be a space-available distinguished visitor traveling on ordinary leave. This is because distinguished visitors are given priority and space-available passengers have lower priority than space-required passengers. Additionally, ordinary leave takes precedence over emergency leave and permanent change of station orders.

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  • 50. 

    If a passenger originating out of your station on emergency leave was manifested on the 03R1 mission (which has been delayed), how many hours do you have to move that passenger?

    • A.

      A. 24 hours.

    • B.

      B. 36 hours.

    • C.

      C. 48 hours.

    • D.

      D. 72 hours.

    Correct Answer
    A. A. 24 hours.
    Explanation
    If a passenger originating out of your station on emergency leave was manifested on the 03R1 mission (which has been delayed), you have 24 hours to move that passenger.

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