AMOC Block 6.1 Test Aircraft Modification

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    (602a) Who is responsible for allocating personnel and resources to the production effort?

    • A.

      Unit CC

    • B.

      SQ/CC

    • C.

      Production Super

    • D.

      AMU OIC

    Correct Answer
    D. AMU OIC
    Explanation
    The AMU OIC (Aircraft Maintenance Unit Officer in Charge) is responsible for allocating personnel and resources to the production effort. As the OIC, they have the authority and oversight to determine the allocation of manpower and materials needed for the production process. This includes assigning personnel to specific tasks, coordinating schedules, and ensuring that the necessary resources are available to meet production requirements.

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  • 2. 

    (602a) Who designates section supervisors?

    • A.

      Flight CC

    • B.

      Maintenance Operations Officer

    • C.

      GP/CC

    • D.

      MX super

    Correct Answer
    A. Flight CC
    Explanation
    The Flight CC designates section supervisors.

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  • 3. 

    (602a) Who directs the overall maintenance effort?

    • A.

      AMU OIC

    • B.

      GP/CC

    • C.

      Pro Super

    • D.

      Flight CC

    Correct Answer
    C. Pro Super
    Explanation
    The Pro Super directs the overall maintenance effort.

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  • 4. 

    (602a) Which of the following must be in the expediter’s vehicle?

    • A.

      Explosive site plan

    • B.

      Flying schedule

    • C.

      Full systems list only

    • D.

      Emergency contact information’

    Correct Answer
    B. Flying schedule
    Explanation
    The expediter's vehicle must have the flying schedule. This is important for the expediter to have a clear understanding of the flight timings and schedules in order to coordinate and expedite the process effectively. The flying schedule helps the expediter to plan and prioritize tasks accordingly, ensuring smooth operations and timely execution.

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  • 5. 

    (602a) Which section contains crew chiefs, DCCs, and FCCs?

    • A.

      Weapons section

    • B.

      Flightline section

    • C.

      Aircraft section

    • D.

      Debriefing section

    Correct Answer
    C. Aircraft section
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "aircraft section." This section is responsible for the maintenance and repair of aircraft. It includes crew chiefs, DCCs (Deputy Crew Chiefs), and FCCs (Flight Control Chiefs) who oversee the operations and ensure the aircraft are in proper working condition. The aircraft section plays a crucial role in the overall functioning and readiness of the aircraft fleet.

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  • 6. 

    (603a) A Personnel Evaluations (PE) is an over the shoulder evaluation of a maintenance action by an individual or team. 

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    A Personnel Evaluation (PE) is a type of evaluation where an individual or a team observes and assesses a maintenance action. This evaluation is done by directly observing the action being performed, hence the term "over the shoulder". Therefore, the statement "A Personnel Evaluations (PE) is an over the shoulder evaluation of a maintenance action by an individual or team" is true.

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  • 7. 

    (603a) A Special Inspection (SI) may check all of the following? (check all that apply)

    • A.

      KTL

    • B.

      Vehicle inspections

    • C.

      Housekeeping inspections

    • D.

      CTKs

    • E.

      TO files

    • F.

      DSV

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Vehicle inspections
    C. Housekeeping inspections
    D. CTKs
    E. TO files
    Explanation
    A Special Inspection (SI) may check vehicle inspections, housekeeping inspections, CTKs, and TO files. These are all important aspects to ensure compliance and safety. Vehicle inspections are necessary to ensure that vehicles are in proper working condition. Housekeeping inspections are important to maintain cleanliness and safety in the workplace. CTKs (Consumable Tool Kits) are checked to ensure that all necessary tools are available for use. TO files (Technical Order files) are reviewed to ensure that all necessary documentation and procedures are followed. These inspections help to identify any potential issues and ensure that everything is in order.

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  • 8. 

    (603a) Attendees must include, as a minimum, SQ/CCs, MOO/MX SUPTs, WWMs, Chief Inspector, and senior analysts. What meeting?

    • A.

      Wing Stand Up

    • B.

      MSEP

    • C.

      LCAP

    • D.

      QA

    Correct Answer
    B. MSEP
    Explanation
    This meeting is likely the MSEP (Mission Support Execution Plan) meeting. The attendees mentioned, such as SQ/CCs (Squadron Commanders), MOO/MX SUPTs (Maintenance Operations Officer/Maintenance Superintendent), WWMs (Weapons and Tactics Managers), Chief Inspector, and senior analysts, are all key personnel involved in the execution and planning of mission support activities. The MSEP meeting would be a platform for these individuals to discuss and coordinate their efforts in support of the mission.

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  • 9. 

    (603a) What is designed to bring to light the condition of maintenance performed on aircraft and support equipment?

    • A.

      PE

    • B.

      KTL

    • C.

      QVI

    • D.

      SI

    Correct Answer
    C. QVI
    Explanation
    QVI stands for Quality Verification Inspection. This process is designed to bring to light the condition of maintenance performed on aircraft and support equipment. It involves conducting thorough inspections and checks to ensure that the maintenance work meets the required quality standards. By performing QVI, any issues or deficiencies in the maintenance can be identified and addressed, ensuring the safety and reliability of the aircraft and support equipment.

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  • 10. 

    (603b) What are the three types of aircraft modifications?

    • A.

      Temporary, Permanent Major, and Permanent Safety

    • B.

      Temporary, Permanent, and Permanent Safety

    • C.

      Temporary, Permanent, and Safety

    • D.

      Temporary, Routine, and Safety

    Correct Answer
    B. Temporary, Permanent, and Permanent Safety
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Temporary, Permanent, and Permanent Safety. Aircraft modifications can be categorized into three types: temporary modifications, which are changes that are intended to be temporary and can be easily reversed; permanent modifications, which are changes that are intended to be permanent and cannot be easily reversed; and permanent safety modifications, which are permanent changes made to enhance the safety of the aircraft.

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  • 11. 

    (603b) What is submitted on items in-use not meeting intended Mean Time Between Failure?

    • A.

      DR

    • B.

      PQDR

    • C.

      SI

    • D.

      EI

    Correct Answer
    D. EI
  • 12. 

    (603c) Who has the primary purpose is to track, analyze, and present information to help senior leadership assess the health of the units' weapon systems and equipment?

    • A.

      QA

    • B.

      MOC

    • C.

      PS&D

    • D.

      MMA

    Correct Answer
    D. MMA
    Explanation
    MMA stands for Maintenance Management Analyst. The primary purpose of an MMA is to track, analyze, and present information related to the health of the units' weapon systems and equipment. They provide valuable data and insights to senior leadership, helping them assess the condition and effectiveness of the units' assets.

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  • 13. 

    (604a) Which aircraft specific T.O. can a maintainer find codes for the MDD?

    • A.

      -2

    • B.

      -4

    • C.

      -6

    • D.

      -06

    Correct Answer
    D. -06
    Explanation
    The correct answer is -06. The -06 T.O. is specifically for the MDD aircraft and contains the necessary codes for maintenance personnel to reference. This T.O. likely includes information on troubleshooting, repairs, and other maintenance procedures specific to the MDD aircraft. It is important for maintainers to have access to the correct T.O. in order to effectively and safely perform their duties on the MDD aircraft.

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  • 14. 

    (604a)What form is used to record codes when the automated system is not available?

    • A.

      AFTO Form 350

    • B.

      AFTO Form 260

    • C.

      AFTO Form 349

    • D.

      AFTO Form 100

    Correct Answer
    C. AFTO Form 349
    Explanation
    AFTO Form 349 is used to record codes when the automated system is not available.

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  • 15. 

    (604a) Which MIS is used by AF logisticians, Air Force Material Command (AFMC) item managers and program managers?

    • A.

      IMDS

    • B.

      GO-81

    • C.

      REMIS

    • D.

      PAMS

    Correct Answer
    C. REMIS
    Explanation
    REMIS stands for Reliability and Maintainability Information System. It is a Management Information System (MIS) that is used by AF logisticians, Air Force Material Command (AFMC) item managers, and program managers. REMIS is specifically designed to track and manage reliability and maintainability data for Air Force systems and equipment. It provides valuable information for decision-making, resource allocation, and improving the overall performance and effectiveness of Air Force logistics operations.

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  • 16. 

    (604a) Which MIS supports maintenance activities at bases worldwide for all aircraft?

    • A.

      GO-81

    • B.

      IMDS

    • C.

      REMIS

    • D.

      PAMS

    Correct Answer
    B. IMDS
    Explanation
    IMDS (Integrated Maintenance Data System) supports maintenance activities at bases worldwide for all aircraft. It is a comprehensive database system that tracks and manages maintenance information, including work orders, inspections, and repairs. IMDS allows for efficient scheduling of maintenance tasks, tracking of parts and supplies, and generation of reports for analysis and decision-making. This system ensures that maintenance activities are effectively carried out and documented, contributing to the overall operational readiness and safety of the aircraft fleet.

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  • 17. 

    (604a) GO-81 for Air Mobility Command

    • A.

      Supports maintenance worldwide for all aircraft

    • B.

      Is found on Advanced fighter aircraft only

    • C.

      Is global-based program for mobility type aircraft

    • D.

      Tracks data for AF Engine Status, accountability, TCTO and Critical parts life

    Correct Answer
    C. Is global-based program for mobility type aircraft
    Explanation
    The given answer states that GO-81 for Air Mobility Command is a global-based program for mobility type aircraft. This means that the program is implemented worldwide and is specifically designed for aircraft used for mobility purposes. It suggests that the program supports maintenance activities for these aircraft and also tracks important data related to engine status, accountability, TCTO (Time Compliance Technical Order), and critical parts life.

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  • 18. 

    (604a) Which MIS schedules/manages workload and inventory analysis using on-line, real-time information and is used by PMEL?

    • A.

      GO-81

    • B.

      IMDS

    • C.

      PAMS

    • D.

      CEMS

    Correct Answer
    C. PAMS
    Explanation
    PAMS is the correct answer because it is an MIS (Management Information System) that schedules and manages workload and inventory analysis using on-line, real-time information. It is specifically used by PMEL (Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory) to efficiently manage their workload and inventory.

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  • 19. 

    (604a) Which MIS tracks AF Engine Status, Accountability, TCTO and Critical parts life tracking?

    • A.

      CEMS

    • B.

      IMDS

    • C.

      GO-81

    • D.

      PAMS

    Correct Answer
    A. CEMS
    Explanation
    CEMS stands for Comprehensive Engine Management System. It is an MIS (Management Information System) that tracks AF (Air Force) Engine Status, Accountability, TCTO (Time Compliance Technical Order), and Critical parts life tracking. This system helps in monitoring and managing the engine-related information and activities, ensuring the proper functioning and maintenance of the engines used in the Air Force.

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  • 20. 

    (604a)Which Maintenance Information Systems are used for Engine Management?

    • A.

      CEMS and IMDS

    • B.

      REMIS and GIMMS

    • C.

      CEMS and GIMMS

    • D.

      GO-81, IMDS, and CEMS

    Correct Answer
    C. CEMS and GIMMS
    Explanation
    CEMS (Continuous Engine Monitoring System) and GIMMS (Ground Integrated Maintenance Management System) are both Maintenance Information Systems used for Engine Management. CEMS is a system that continuously monitors the engine's performance and provides real-time data for maintenance purposes. GIMMS, on the other hand, is a comprehensive maintenance management system that helps in planning, scheduling, and tracking maintenance activities. Both systems play a crucial role in ensuring the efficient and effective management of engines.

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  • 21. 

    (604a) Which MIS is found on advanced fighter aircraft and interfaces with other information systems?

    • A.

      IMIS

    • B.

      CEMS

    • C.

      IMDS

    • D.

      REMIS

    Correct Answer
    A. IMIS
    Explanation
    IMIS stands for Integrated Mission Information System. It is a type of MIS (Management Information System) that is specifically found on advanced fighter aircraft. IMIS interfaces with other information systems to provide integrated mission information to the pilot and other crew members. It helps in gathering, processing, and displaying crucial information related to the mission, such as navigation data, target tracking, weapon systems status, and communication information. By integrating various information systems, IMIS enhances situational awareness and improves the overall effectiveness of the aircraft in combat scenarios.

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  • 22. 

    (603c) What section’s primary purpose is to track, analyze, and present information to help senior leadership assess the health of the units’ weapon system and equipment

    • A.

      Maintenance Management Analysis (MMA) Section

    • B.

      Data Management and Analysis Section

    • C.

      Product Improvement Section

    • D.

      Plans, Scheduling and Documentation (PS&D) Section

    Correct Answer
    A. Maintenance Management Analysis (MMA) Section
    Explanation
    The primary purpose of the Maintenance Management Analysis (MMA) Section is to track, analyze, and present information to help senior leadership assess the health of the units' weapon system and equipment. This section is responsible for gathering data related to maintenance activities, conducting analysis to identify trends and issues, and presenting this information in a format that is easily understandable for senior leadership. By providing this information, the MMA Section helps senior leadership make informed decisions regarding the maintenance and readiness of the units' weapon system and equipment.

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  • 23. 

    (603c) What metric is used as an indicator of both aircraft reliability and quality of maintenance performed

    • A.

      Abort Rate

    • B.

      Break Rate

    • C.

      Cannibalization (CANN) rate

    • D.

      Deferred/Delayed Discrepancies Rate

    Correct Answer
    A. Abort Rate
    Explanation
    Abort Rate is used as an indicator of both aircraft reliability and quality of maintenance performed. Abort Rate refers to the number of aborted takeoffs or landings due to technical issues or malfunctions. A high Abort Rate suggests that there are frequent technical problems with the aircraft, indicating lower reliability and potentially poor maintenance practices. On the other hand, a low Abort Rate indicates better aircraft reliability and higher quality maintenance. Therefore, Abort Rate serves as a useful metric to assess both aircraft reliability and the effectiveness of maintenance operations.

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  • 24. 

    (603c) What metric is used as an indicator of aircraft system reliability

    • A.

      Abort Rate

    • B.

      Break Rate

    • C.

      Cannibalization (CANN) rate

    • D.

      Deferred/Delayed Discrepancies Rate

    Correct Answer
    B. Break Rate
    Explanation
    Break rate is used as an indicator of aircraft system reliability. The break rate refers to the frequency at which components or systems on an aircraft fail or break down. A higher break rate indicates a lower level of reliability, as it means that the aircraft is experiencing more frequent failures. Monitoring the break rate allows for the identification of potential issues and the implementation of measures to improve system reliability and reduce the risk of in-flight failures.

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  • 25. 

    (603c) What metric is used as a snapshot of total awaiting maintenance (AWM) or awaiting parts (AWP)

    • A.

      Abort Rate

    • B.

      Break Rate

    • C.

      Cannibalization (CANN) rate

    • D.

      Deferred/Delayed Discrepancies Rate

    Correct Answer
    D. Deferred/Delayed Discrepancies Rate
    Explanation
    The deferred/delayed discrepancies rate is used as a metric to measure the total awaiting maintenance (AWM) or awaiting parts (AWP). This rate indicates the number of discrepancies or issues that have been deferred or delayed for maintenance or repair. It provides insight into the backlog of maintenance tasks or parts needed for aircraft or equipment. By monitoring this rate, organizations can track the efficiency of their maintenance processes and identify areas that require improvement.

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  • 26. 

    (603c) What metric is used to track a composite of supply, airfield saturation, or maintenance problems

    • A.

      Abort Rate

    • B.

      Break Rate

    • C.

      Logistics Departure Reliability Rate

    • D.

      Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness (MSE) Rate

    Correct Answer
    C. Logistics Departure Reliability Rate
    Explanation
    The metric used to track a composite of supply, airfield saturation, or maintenance problems is the Logistics Departure Reliability Rate. This metric measures the reliability of departures in terms of logistics factors such as the availability of supplies, the saturation of airfields, and the effectiveness of maintenance scheduling. It provides an indication of how well the logistical aspects of operations are being managed and identifies any issues that may be affecting the overall reliability of departures.

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  • 27. 

    (603c) What metric is used to track the number of Code 3 breaks within 4/8/12 hours after landing

    • A.

      4, 8, or 12 Hour Fix Rate

    • B.

      Break Rate

    • C.

      Logistics Departure Reliability Rate

    • D.

      Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness (MSE) Rate

    Correct Answer
    A. 4, 8, or 12 Hour Fix Rate
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 4, 8, or 12 Hour Fix Rate. This metric is used to track the number of Code 3 breaks within a specific time frame after landing. It measures the effectiveness and efficiency of the maintenance scheduling process by monitoring how quickly and successfully the issues are resolved within the given time constraints.

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  • 28. 

    (603c) What metric is a scatter diagram that shows hours remaining until the next inspection for the fleet

    • A.

      Utilization Rate

    • B.

      Periodic Inspection Time Distribution Interval (TDI)

    • C.

      Repeat/Recur Rate

    • D.

      Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness (MSE) Rate

    Correct Answer
    B. Periodic Inspection Time Distribution Interval (TDI)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Periodic Inspection Time Distribution Interval (TDI). This metric refers to a scatter diagram that shows the hours remaining until the next inspection for the fleet. It helps in understanding the distribution of time intervals between periodic inspections, allowing for effective maintenance scheduling and ensuring that inspections are conducted at appropriate intervals.

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  • 29. 

    (603c) What metric is the percentage of maintenance actions completed on time

    • A.

      Utilization Rate

    • B.

      Periodic Inspection Time Distribution Interval (TDI)

    • C.

      Repeat/Recur Rate

    • D.

      Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness (MSE) Rate

    Correct Answer
    D. Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness (MSE) Rate
    Explanation
    The metric that measures the percentage of maintenance actions completed on time is Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness (MSE) Rate. This rate indicates how well the maintenance schedule is being followed and how effectively maintenance tasks are being completed within the designated time frame. A high MSE rate suggests that maintenance actions are being completed on time, ensuring the smooth functioning of equipment or systems.

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  • 30. 

    (603c) What metric indicated problems at the repair facility/depot or insufficient stock levels on base

    • A.

      Abort Rate

    • B.

      Break Rate

    • C.

      Cannibalization (CANN) rate

    • D.

      Deferred/Delayed Discrepancies Rate

    Correct Answer
    C. Cannibalization (CANN) rate
    Explanation
    The cannibalization (CANN) rate indicates problems at the repair facility/depot or insufficient stock levels on base. Cannibalization occurs when parts or equipment are taken from one system to repair or replace another system due to a lack of available resources. A high CANN rate suggests that there is a shortage of spare parts or equipment, leading to the need for cannibalization. This can indicate inefficiencies in the supply chain or maintenance processes, highlighting the need for improvements in stock management or repair capabilities.

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  • 31. 

    (603c) What metric indicates a lack of thorough troubleshooting; inordinate pressure to commit aircraft to the flying schedule for subsequent sorties; or a lack of experienced, trained, or qualified technicians

    • A.

      Utilization Rate

    • B.

      Periodic Inspection Time Distribution Interval (TDI)

    • C.

      Repeat/Recur Rate

    • D.

      Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness (MSE) Rate

    Correct Answer
    C. Repeat/Recur Rate
    Explanation
    The repeat/recur rate indicates a lack of thorough troubleshooting, inordinate pressure to commit aircraft to the flying schedule for subsequent sorties, or a lack of experienced, trained, or qualified technicians. This metric measures the frequency at which the same maintenance issues reoccur or repeat, indicating that the initial troubleshooting or repairs were not effective or comprehensive. A high repeat/recur rate suggests that the maintenance team is not adequately addressing and resolving issues, leading to repeated problems and potentially compromising the aircraft's safety and operational readiness.

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  • 32. 

    (603c) What metric is the average number of sorties flown per assigned aircraft per month

    • A.

      Utilization Rate

    • B.

      Periodic Inspection Time Distribution Interval (TDI)

    • C.

      Repeat/Recur Rate

    • D.

      Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness (MSE) Rate

    Correct Answer
    A. Utilization Rate
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Utilization Rate. Utilization Rate refers to the average number of sorties flown per assigned aircraft per month. It measures how effectively and efficiently the aircraft is being used in terms of the number of missions it completes within a given time period. It is an important metric for evaluating the productivity and operational efficiency of an aircraft fleet.

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  • 33. 

    (603c) What metric an indicator of how well a unit plans what they fly and flies what they plan

    • A.

      Flying Schedule Effectiveness (FSE) Rate

    • B.

      Periodic Inspection Time Distribution Interval (TDI)

    • C.

      Mission Capable Rate

    • D.

      Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness (MSE) Rate

    Correct Answer
    A. Flying Schedule Effectiveness (FSE) Rate
    Explanation
    The Flying Schedule Effectiveness (FSE) Rate is the metric that indicates how well a unit plans what they fly and flies what they plan. This means that the FSE Rate measures the unit's ability to effectively schedule and execute their flying missions according to the planned schedule. It assesses the unit's efficiency in adhering to the planned flying schedule and minimizing any deviations or disruptions. A higher FSE Rate indicates better planning and execution, while a lower rate suggests inefficiencies in the unit's flying operations.

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  • 34. 

    (603c) What metric is the best-known yardstick for measuring a unit’s performance

    • A.

      Flying Schedule Effectiveness (FSE) Rate

    • B.

      Periodic Inspection Time Distribution Interval (TDI)

    • C.

      Mission Capable Rate

    • D.

      Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness (MSE) Rate

    Correct Answer
    C. Mission Capable Rate
    Explanation
    The Mission Capable Rate is the best-known yardstick for measuring a unit's performance. This metric indicates the percentage of time that a unit is capable of performing its assigned mission. It takes into account factors such as maintenance downtime and the availability of necessary resources. A high Mission Capable Rate suggests that the unit is operating efficiently and effectively, while a low rate indicates potential issues that need to be addressed.

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  • 35. 

    (604a) What TO is used for maintenance data documentation

    • A.

      -3

    • B.

      -5

    • C.

      -6

    • D.

      -06

    Correct Answer
    D. -06
    Explanation
    The TO -06 is used for maintenance data documentation.

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  • 36. 

    (604a) What maintenance information system is used by AF logisticians, Air Force Material Command (AFMC) item managers and program managers

    • A.

      Reliability and Management Information System (REMIS)

    • B.

      Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS)

    • C.

      GO-81

    • D.

      Integrated Maintenance Information System (IMIS)

    Correct Answer
    A. Reliability and Management Information System (REMIS)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Reliability and Management Information System (REMIS). This system is used by AF logisticians, Air Force Material Command (AFMC) item managers, and program managers for maintenance information. REMIS helps in tracking and managing the reliability and maintenance of equipment and systems. It provides data on maintenance actions, equipment failures, and maintenance trends, allowing users to make informed decisions regarding maintenance and logistics support.

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  • 37. 

    (604a) What maintenance information system is used at bases worldwide for all aircraft and includes six general functions

    • A.

      Reliability and Management Information System (REMIS)

    • B.

      Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS)

    • C.

      GO-81

    • D.

      Integrated Maintenance Information System (IMIS)

    Correct Answer
    B. Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS). This system is used at bases worldwide for all aircraft and includes six general functions. IMDS is a comprehensive maintenance information system that allows for the tracking and management of maintenance activities, including scheduling, work orders, parts inventory, and maintenance history. It provides real-time data on the status of aircraft maintenance and enables efficient planning and resource allocation. IMDS is widely used in the aviation industry for its effectiveness in streamlining maintenance processes and ensuring the airworthiness of aircraft.

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  • 38. 

    (604a) What maintenance information system is used to provide logistics command and control system for C-5s, C-17s, KC-10s and KC-135s

    • A.

      Reliability and Management Information System (REMIS)

    • B.

      Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS)

    • C.

      GO-81

    • D.

      Integrated Maintenance Information System (IMIS)

    Correct Answer
    C. GO-81
  • 39. 

    (604a) What maintenance information system Tracks AF engine status, accountability, TCTO & critical parts life tracking

    • A.

      Reliability and Management Information System (REMIS)

    • B.

      Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS)

    • C.

      Comprehensive Engine Management System (CEMS)

    • D.

      Integrated Maintenance Information System (IMIS)

    Correct Answer
    C. Comprehensive Engine Management System (CEMS)
    Explanation
    The Comprehensive Engine Management System (CEMS) is the correct answer because it is a maintenance information system that tracks AF engine status, accountability, TCTO, and critical parts life tracking. This system is specifically designed to manage and monitor the engines of aircraft, ensuring their reliability and performance. It provides comprehensive information and data on the engine's maintenance needs, allowing for effective planning and tracking of maintenance activities. CEMS helps to ensure that engines are properly maintained, reducing the risk of failures and maximizing their lifespan.

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  • 40. 

    (602a) Who ensure standardized procedures among AMUs?

    • A.

      Squadron/Unit CC

    • B.

      Flight CC

    • C.

      MOO/MX SUPT

    • D.

      MX Chief

    Correct Answer
    C. MOO/MX SUPT
    Explanation
    The MOO/MX SUPT, or Maintenance Operations Officer/Maintenance Superintendent, ensures standardized procedures among AMUs (Aircraft Maintenance Units). They are responsible for overseeing the maintenance operations and ensuring that all procedures and protocols are followed consistently. They work closely with the AMU personnel, providing guidance and support to maintain a high level of efficiency and adherence to standardized procedures.

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  • 41. 

    (601e) What is a management tool providing supervisors a clear and concise listing of personnel who have been appointed to perform, evaluate, and/or inspect work of a critical nature?

    • A.

      ACR

    • B.

      SCR

    • C.

      HAZCOM training

    • D.

      EAL

    Correct Answer
    B. SCR
    Explanation
    SCR stands for Supervisor's Checklist for Review. It is a management tool that provides supervisors with a clear and concise listing of personnel who have been appointed to perform, evaluate, and/or inspect work of a critical nature. This checklist helps supervisors keep track of the individuals responsible for critical tasks and ensures that all necessary evaluations and inspections are conducted. It helps in maintaining accountability and ensuring that work of a critical nature is properly supervised and executed.

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  • 42. 

    (602b) Who does the SOF get their authority from?

    • A.

      OG/CC

    • B.

      Wing CC

    • C.

      Wing CV

    • D.

      OG/CV

    Correct Answer
    A. OG/CC
    Explanation
    The correct answer is OG/CC, which stands for Operations Group Commander. The SOF (Special Operations Forces) get their authority from the OG/CC, who is responsible for overseeing and directing the operations of the special forces within the organization. The OG/CC holds the highest level of command within the Operations Group and has the authority to make decisions and issue orders to the SOF.

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  • 43. 

    (603a) What is the objective of MSEP meeting?

    • A.

      Assess job performance

    • B.

      Assess maintenance quality

    • C.

      Assess maintenance quality and job performance

    • D.

      Assess maintenance quality and QA's job performance

    Correct Answer
    C. Assess maintenance quality and job performance
    Explanation
    The objective of the MSEP meeting is to assess both maintenance quality and job performance. This means that during the meeting, the focus will be on evaluating the quality of the maintenance work being done as well as the performance of the employees in their jobs. It is likely that the meeting will involve discussions, evaluations, and feedback related to these two aspects.

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  • 44. 

    (602a) _____are first-level supervisors in the flightline management structure who manage and supervise all maintenance on their aircraft, and are selected on the basis of initiative, management and leadership ability, and technical knowledge.

    • A.

      CCs

    • B.

      DCCs

    • C.

      FCCs

    • D.

      ADCCs

    Correct Answer
    B. DCCs
    Explanation
    DCCs, or Aircraft Division Chiefs, are first-level supervisors in the flightline management structure who manage and supervise all maintenance on their aircraft. They are selected based on their initiative, management and leadership ability, and technical knowledge.

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  • 45. 

    (602a) ______are qualified in their duty AFSC and are required to obtain, maintain, and apply basic knowledge in several other aircraft maintenance AFSCs. They are responsible for launch, recovery, inspection, servicing, generation, and maintenance of aircraft in austere locations and locations where specific MDS maintenance capability may not be available.

    • A.

      CCs

    • B.

      DCCs

    • C.

      FCCs

    • D.

      ADCCs

    Correct Answer
    C. FCCs
    Explanation
    FCCs, or Field Certified Crew Chiefs, are qualified in their duty AFSC (Air Force Specialty Code) and are required to obtain, maintain, and apply basic knowledge in several other aircraft maintenance AFSCs. They are responsible for launch, recovery, inspection, servicing, generation, and maintenance of aircraft in austere locations and locations where specific MDS (Mission Design Series) maintenance capability may not be available.

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