Avionics Test Station and Components specialists are responsible for ensuring that these systems remain perfectly calibrated. These professionals inspect and maintain everything from aircraft radar and weapons control to the testing equipment essential to the maintenance process. The test below is appropriate for people undergoing the training. Give it a try!
Terminate the operation according to the Knock It Off program.
Complete the task and report your concerns to the Inspector General.
Complete the task and report your concerns to the Maintenance Operations Officer.
Allow a more experienced technician to complete the task.
Air Force Occupational and Environmental Safety, Fire Protection and Health (AFOSH) standards will always take precedence.
Follow the guidance with the most current date.
Department of Defense (DOD) safety directives will always take precedence.
Follow the guidance that provides the most protection.
Report to sick call so they can notify your shop.
Immediately report your condition to your supervisor.
Avoid all hazardous tasks until your condition improves.
Ensure an equally qualified coworker can cover your hazardous tasks for the shift.
So they look good during inspections.
Because you will have to pay to replace them if you do not.
So you do not have to complete all of the paperwork required to replace them.
Because your efficiency is often a direct result of the condition of the tools you use.
Minimize light in the work area to reduce glare.
Inspect all portable power tools before using them.
Clear a jammed power tool without disconnecting it from the power source.
Use a damaged power cord only when necessary to accomplish the mission.
To shut down the equipment at the end of the shift.
To demonstrate their proper use during a safety inspection.
To instruct fire department personnel when they respond to a fire in the building.
To disengage electrical circuits to equipment in the event of a fire or accidental electrical contact.
Dark green background with white letters and border.
White background with dark green letters and border.
Dark green background with red letters and border.
White background with red letters and border.
The colors fade easily.
Only large tanks are color coded.
Only the small tanks are color coded.
Different manufacturers use different color codes.
Mark the cylinder with the letters ―MT,‖ close the valve, and secure the protective cap.
Place an unserviceable tag on the cylinder and move it away from the other cylinders.
Open the valve and secure the cylinder valve protective cap.
Open the valve and move it away from the other cylinders.
Squadron safety officer.
Bioenvironmental engineer (BEE).
From stationary noise recording devices.
From monitoring equipment worn by employees in the work area.
From the noise level tables utilized for different pieces of equipment.
From the manufacturer’s noise level documentation of all the equipment in the work area.
A direct pull.
An indirect pull.
A dead-end point.
A no-load condition.
Well-defined dead-end points capable of handling the load.
Lifeline attach points designed for hoists.
Load-tested attach points.
A free standing A-frame.
On its side.
In an approved holding fixture.
Notify your security manager immediately.
Call the recipient(s) to ensure it gets deleted.
Delete it from your ―sent mail‖ and reboot your computer.
Notify the Base Command Post.
Only the TOP SECRET portions will be marked.
Portion markings are not used for TOP SECRET documents.
Only the TOP SECRET and UNCLASSIFIED portions will be marked.
Every portion of the document will be marked to show the highest level of classification that it contains.
More than 90 days, or when released outside the activity.
More than 180 days, or when released outside the activity.
At least one year, and are not released outside the activity.
Any length of time, as long as they are not released outside the activity.
To evaluate the degree of protection necessary.
To determine all locations in possession of that same classified material.
Since it lists the current point of contact for questions regarding that classified material.
Since all of the personnel in your work area who are authorized access to that classified material are listed.
It is used by the Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS) security manager to determine your clearance in Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS).
LRS personnel make a copy of it as proof of who they turned the asset over to.
It is checked against the current security classification guide to verify your need to know.
LRS personnel check it against their current roster of individuals authorized to receipt for classified material.
Air Force manual.
Air Force instruction.
Air Force supplement.
Air Force manual.
Air Force policy directive.
Air Force doctrine document.
Methods and procedures.
Operational and maintenance.
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