# Want To Go Into The Aviation Industry? This Quiz Is A Must!

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Aviation is the activities surrounding mechanical flight and the aircraft industry. When asked to make a list of airline jobs, most people instantly think of pilots. But the flight crew, while their jobs are definitely important, are only a small part of what keeps an airplane flying and flight schedules on track. Airlines rely on many individuals to perform their job in order to keep them in business. For eg - The ground staff.
If you want to go into the Aviation Industry, then this quiz is a must!

• 1.

### . What is the max allowable (NORMAL) takeoff weight for the C130J?

• A.

155,000 lbs

• B.

185,000 lbs

• C.

140,000 lbs

• D.

125,000 lbs

A. 155,000 lbs
Explanation
The correct answer is 155,000 lbs. This is the maximum allowable (NORMAL) takeoff weight for the C130J aircraft.

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• 2.

### What is the total INTERNAL fuel the C130J can carry?

• A.

40,000 lbs

• B.

45,000 lbs

• C.

45,880 lbs

• D.

46,450 lbs

C. 45,880 lbs
Explanation
The correct answer is 45,880 lbs. This is the total internal fuel capacity that the C130J aircraft can carry.

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• 3.

### What are the six AC buses on the plane?

• A.

Right, Essential, Main, Avionics, Utility and Left

• B.

Right, Essential, Main, Essential Avionics, Left and Main Avionics

• C.

Right, Essential, Main, Utility Avionics, Left and Avionics

• D.

Right, Essential, Main, Avionics, Engine and Left.

B. Right, Essential, Main, Essential Avionics, Left and Main Avionics
• 4.

### What are the 40/50-KVA 115-volt 400Hz generators mounted to?

• A.

• B.

• C.

• D.

ENGINE

Explanation
The 40/50-KVA 115-volt 400Hz generators are mounted to GMAD.

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• 5.

### When connecting external power what is your indication that the power is connected to the plane?

• A.

Green light

• B.

White eyeball light

• C.

Red light

• D.

White eyeball light encircled by a green ring

D. White eyeball light encircled by a green ring
Explanation
The white eyeball light encircled by a green ring is the indication that the power is connected to the plane. This combination of lights is commonly used in aircraft to indicate that external power is successfully connected. The white eyeball light represents the power being supplied, while the green ring around it signifies that the power is connected and functioning properly.

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• 6.

### During DAY ground handling of aircraft, a Pilot gives the ground crew member this signal __?__ , by Pulling extended index finger of right hand from palm of left hand.

• A.

Remove chocks

• B.

Remove nose landing gear pin

• C.

Disconnect Auxiliary Power Unit

• D.

Disconnect External ICS

C.  Disconnect Auxiliary Power Unit
Explanation
The given signal described in the question is used to indicate the action of disconnecting the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) during ground handling of the aircraft. The pilot pulls the extended index finger of the right hand from the palm of the left hand to communicate this instruction to the ground crew member. This signal is important for ensuring proper coordination and communication between the pilot and the ground crew during aircraft operations.

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• 7.

### How does the plane produce and store DC power?

• A.

2 Batteries

• B.

2 Batteries and 4 Transformer rectifiers

• C.

4 Transformer rectifiers

• D.

4 inverters

B. 2 Batteries and 4 Transformer rectifiers
Explanation
The plane produces and stores DC power using 2 batteries and 4 transformer rectifiers. The batteries provide the initial power supply, while the transformer rectifiers convert the AC power generated by the plane's engines into DC power. This combination of batteries and transformer rectifiers allows for a reliable and consistent source of DC power on the plane.

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• 8.

### What are the DC buses on the plane?

• A.

Main, Essential, Isolated, Avionics, Utility Battery, Avionics Battery.

• B.

Main, Essential, Left, Right, Utility Battery, Avionics Battery.

• C.

Main, Essential, Main Left, Isolated Left, Isolated Right.

• D.

Left, Right, Essential, Isolated, And Main.

A. Main, Essential, Isolated, Avionics, Utility Battery, Avionics Battery.
Explanation
The correct answer is Main, Essential, Isolated, Avionics, Utility Battery, Avionics Battery. This answer lists the various DC buses on the plane, including the Main bus, which is the primary source of power, the Essential bus, which provides power to critical systems, the Isolated bus, which is used for isolated systems, the Avionics bus, which powers avionics equipment, and the Utility Battery and Avionics Battery, which are backup power sources for the utility and avionics systems, respectively.

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• 9.

### After dropping below what voltage should you replace the aircraft battery?

• A.

25 volts

• B.

24 volts

• C.

22 volts

• D.

21 volts

C. 22 volts
Explanation
The aircraft battery should be replaced after dropping below 22 volts. This is because the voltage drop below this threshold indicates that the battery is no longer able to provide sufficient power to the aircraft's electrical systems. Replacing the battery at this point ensures that the aircraft has a reliable power source for safe operation.

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• 10.

### If during a power up check you find an ECB strapped open what should you do?

• A.

Unstrap it

• B.

Check EAL for the reason ECB is strapped open.

• C.

• D.

Continue with flight

B.  Check EAL for the reason ECB is strapped open.
Explanation
If during a power up check you find an ECB (Electronic Circuit Breaker) strapped open, the correct action to take is to check the EAL (Equipment Authorization List) for the reason why the ECB is strapped open. This is important because the ECB could be intentionally strapped open for a valid reason, such as during maintenance or troubleshooting. By checking the EAL, you can determine whether it is safe to unstrap the ECB or if further action is required.

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• 11.

### Where are the controls for the forward cargo compartment lighting?

• A.

B.H. 245 LFT side.

• B.

B.H. 241 RHT side.

• C.

B.H. 245 center

• D.

B.H. 617 LFT side

A. B.H. 245 LFT side.
Explanation
The controls for the forward cargo compartment lighting are located on the left side of B.H. 245.

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• 12.

### Where is the control panel for the aft cargo lighting?

• A.

At FS 617

• B.

Between the 617 and left paratroop door.

• C.

At FS 245

• D.

Over the ramp and doors controls

D. Over the ramp and doors controls
Explanation
The control panel for the aft cargo lighting is located over the ramp and doors controls.

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• 13.

### Which tanks can be fueled “over the wing”?

• A.

All tanks

• B.

Inboard tanks only

• C.

Externals only

• D.

Main tanks and Externals.

D. Main tanks and Externals.
Explanation
The correct answer is Main tanks and Externals. This means that both the main tanks and the external tanks can be fueled "over the wing". "Over the wing" fueling refers to the process of refueling an aircraft by connecting the fuel hose to the wing fuel ports. In this case, both the main tanks, which are located in the wings, and the external tanks, which are attached to the wings, can be fueled in this manner.

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• 14.

### What is the max horsepower for the AE 2100D3?

• A.

4,800 (HP)

• B.

4,700 (HP)

• C.

4,600 (HP)

• D.

4,688 (HP)

B. 4,700 (HP)
Explanation
The max horsepower for the AE 2100D3 is 4,700 (HP).

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• 15.

### What type of oil do the AE 2100D3 engines use?

• A.

Mobile Jet 254

• B.

Mobile 756

• C.

Mobile Jet II

• D.

Mobile Jet 1

C. Mobile Jet II
Explanation
The AE 2100D3 engines use Mobile Jet II oil.

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• 16.

### What does ACAWS stand for?

• A.

Advisory, Caution, and Warning System.

• B.

Avoidance Collision Warning System.

• C.

Alarms, Cautions and Warning Systems.

• D.

All Cautions and alarms.

A. Advisory, Caution, and Warning System.
Explanation
ACAWS stands for Advisory, Caution, and Warning System. This system is designed to provide information and alerts to users about potential hazards, risks, or issues that they need to be aware of. The system includes advisory messages, cautionary messages, and warning messages, each indicating different levels of severity. By using ACAWS, individuals can stay informed and take appropriate actions to prevent accidents or mitigate risks.

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• 17.

### What pneumatic systems are serviced by bleed air?

• A.

Engine start, heating, cooling and pressurization.

• B.

Engine start, AC, Pressurization and Ice protection de-icing boot.

• C.

Heating, Cooling, Underfloor and Galley.

• D.

De-ice boot, Ice protection, Engine start and Underfloor heating

B. Engine start, AC, Pressurization and Ice protection de-icing boot.
• 18.

### What type of fluid is used to actuate the propellers?

• A.

Engine hydraulic fluid

• B.

Propeller hydraulic fluid

• C.

Engine oil

• D.

Milspec 83282

C. Engine oil
Explanation
Engine oil is used to actuate the propellers. Engine oil is a type of fluid that is specifically designed to lubricate and cool the internal components of an engine. It is also used to transfer power from the engine to other mechanical systems, such as the propellers. Engine oil has the necessary properties to withstand the high temperatures and pressures generated by the engine, making it suitable for use in actuating the propellers.

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• 19.

### Are cellular phones authorized for use on the C130J aircraft during flight?

• A.

Yes, as long as you’re on final approach

• B.

No, your phone may be damage

• C.

Yes, as long as you are below 10,000 ft ALT

• D.

No, it is forbidden by the M3710.1E and TO 1C-130J-1.

D. No, it is forbidden by the M3710.1E and TO 1C-130J-1.
Explanation
The correct answer is "No, it is forbidden by the M3710.1E and TO 1C-130J-1." This means that cellular phones are not authorized for use on the C130J aircraft during flight. The M3710.1E and TO 1C-130J-1 are likely regulations or guidelines that prohibit the use of cellular phones on the aircraft.

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• 20.

### What are the hydraulic systems on the plane?

• A.

Emergency, Normal and Booster.

• B.

Utility, Booster, and Auxiliary

• C.

Utility, Normal and Emergency.

• D.

Normal, Suction boost and Auxiliary.

B. Utility, Booster, and Auxiliary
Explanation
The hydraulic systems on a plane are categorized into three types: utility, booster, and auxiliary. The utility system is responsible for operating various components such as landing gear, flaps, and brakes. The booster system assists in controlling the flight controls, providing additional power to the pilot. The auxiliary system supports functions like cargo doors and thrust reversers. These three systems work together to ensure the proper functioning of different aircraft components and systems.

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• 21.

### What should the accumulator for the utility hydraulic system read when checked during a pre-flight?

• A.

1,500 psi. +/- 50

• B.

2,000 psi. +/- 100

• C.

1,500 psi. +/- 100

• D.

1,000 psi. +/- 100

C. 1,500 psi. +/- 100
Explanation
During a pre-flight check, the accumulator for the utility hydraulic system should ideally read 1,500 psi. However, a small variation of +/- 100 psi is considered acceptable and within the acceptable range. This means that the accumulator pressure can be as low as 1,400 psi or as high as 1,600 psi and still be considered within the acceptable range for the pre-flight check.

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• 22.

### What does the utility system operate on the C130J

• A.

Flaps, Flares, Flight control, Landing Gear, Nose wheel Steering.

• B.

Flaps, Main Landing Gear, Nose Landing Gear, Nose wheel steering, portion of the flight controls and Normal brakes.

• C.

Flaps, Flight controls, Nose wheel steering

• D.

Flaps, Landing gear, Normal brakes.

B. Flaps, Main Landing Gear, Nose Landing Gear, Nose wheel steering, portion of the flight controls and Normal brakes.
Explanation
The utility system on the C130J operates on the flaps, main landing gear, nose landing gear, nose wheel steering, a portion of the flight controls, and normal brakes. This means that the utility system is responsible for controlling and operating these components of the aircraft during flight and landing.

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• 23.

### What does the booster hydraulic system operate?

• A.

Portion of the flight controls.

• B.

Emergency brakes

• C.

Normal brakes

• D.

Ramp and Door

A. Portion of the flight controls.
Explanation
The booster hydraulic system operates a portion of the flight controls.

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• 24.

### The Auxiliary hydraulic system provides pressure to the?

• A.

Emergency brakes, towing brakes and Ramp

• B.

Ground tie-valve, Brakes, Ramp

• C.

Ramp and Door, Ground tie-valve, Emergency brakes and Emergency NLG extension.

• D.

Ramp, Door, Emergency brakes and Emergency landing gear.

C. Ramp and Door, Ground tie-valve, Emergency brakes and Emergency NLG extension.
Explanation
The correct answer is Ramp and Door, Ground tie-valve, Emergency brakes and Emergency NLG extension.

The auxiliary hydraulic system is responsible for providing pressure to various components in an aircraft. In this case, it provides pressure to the ramp and door, allowing them to open and close smoothly. It also supplies pressure to the ground tie-valve, which is used to secure the aircraft on the ground. Additionally, the auxiliary hydraulic system provides pressure to the emergency brakes, allowing for quick and effective stopping in emergency situations. Lastly, it provides pressure for the emergency NLG (Nose Landing Gear) extension, which is used if the normal landing gear fails to deploy.

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• 25.

### What type of fluid is used by the hydraulic systems on the plane?

• A.

83282 or 87257

• B.

254

• C.

Jet II

• D.

JET 1

A. 83282 or 87257
Explanation
The correct answer is 83282 or 87257. These numbers refer to the type of fluid used by the hydraulic systems on the plane.

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• 26.

### Which of the statement(s) is/are accurate according to CIM 3710.1 (series) concerning a flight crew member's flight time?

• A.

Shall not fly as a crew member more than 50 hours in any consecutive 7 days

• B.

Shall not fly as a crew member more than 125 hours during any consecutive 30 day period

• C.

Neither A or B, According to CIM 3710.1 series, there is not a limit on flight time.

• D.

Both A and B

D. Both A and B
Explanation
According to CIM 3710.1 (series), a flight crew member should not fly for more than 50 hours in any consecutive 7 days and should not fly for more than 125 hours during any consecutive 30-day period. Therefore, both statement A and statement B are accurate according to the CIM 3710.1 (series) regulations.

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• 27.

### Which flight control surface controls yaw?

• A.

Elevator

• B.

Aileron

• C.

Yoke

• D.

Rudder

D. Rudder
Explanation
The flight control surface that controls yaw is the rudder. The rudder is located on the vertical stabilizer of an aircraft and is used to control the movement of the aircraft around its vertical axis. By deflecting the rudder, the pilot can induce a yawing motion, which is the rotation of the aircraft's nose left or right. This allows for better control and stability during flight, especially during maneuvers such as turns or crosswind landings.

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• 28.

### Where is the stub shaft(s) for manually lowering the flaps?

• A.

Directly under the Booster hydraulic system

• B.

B.H. 617 under the lighting controls

• C.

Directly under the Booster and Utility hydraulic systems.

• D.

Directly under the Utility hydraulic system

D. Directly under the Utility hydraulic system
Explanation
The stub shaft(s) for manually lowering the flaps are located directly under the Utility hydraulic system.

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• 29.

### Where is the emergency flap brake valve?

• A.

Booster system viper pit

• B.

Utility System

• C.

Auxiliary system reducer

• D.

On the wing flaps.

B. Utility System
Explanation
The emergency flap brake valve is located in the Utility System.

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• 30.

### How many 10k chains are required to tie down the main landing gear?

• A.

12

• B.

10

• C.

6

• D.

14

D. 14
Explanation
To tie down the main landing gear, 14 10k chains are required.

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• 31.

### Where are the stub shaft(s) for manually lowering the main landing gear?

• A.

Under the Utility hydraulic system reservoir

• B.

Under the Utility and Booster system reservoir at FS 469

• C.

Under the Aux system reservoir

• D.

Under the flight deck

B. Under the Utility and Booster system reservoir at FS 469
Explanation
The stub shaft(s) for manually lowering the main landing gear are located under the Utility and Booster system reservoir at FS 469.

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• 32.

### Where is the emergency hydraulic nose landing gear extension valve handle located?

• A.

Aft of the LH forward Load Master ICS control box at eye level.

• B.

Left side of the co-pilots seats on the deck

• C.

Under the Utility hydraulic reservoir

• D.

Under the Aux System reservoir

A. Aft of the LH forward Load Master ICS control box at eye level.
Explanation
The emergency hydraulic nose landing gear extension valve handle is located aft of the LH forward Load Master ICS control box at eye level.

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• 33.

### In the event of hot brakes you should egress and approach the aircraft from forward and aft ends and never cross in front of the wheel hubs.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
In the event of hot brakes, it is important to approach the aircraft from both the forward and aft ends. This is because the brakes can reach extremely high temperatures, which can cause them to explode or release hot debris. By approaching from both ends, you can avoid crossing in front of the wheel hubs where the hot brakes are located, reducing the risk of injury or damage. Therefore, the statement "True" is the correct answer.

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• 34.

### What does the term "sterile cockpit" mean?

• A.

Part of the Weekly for cleaning the flight deck

• B.

Zerorizes all secure communication devices

• C.

Minimize distractions during critical phases of flight

• D.

Part of Ground Evacuation procedure

C. Minimize distractions during critical phases of flight
Explanation
The term "sterile cockpit" refers to the practice of minimizing distractions during critical phases of flight. This means that during takeoff, landing, and other crucial moments, the flight crew should focus solely on their duties and avoid any non-essential communication or activities that could divert their attention. This helps to ensure that the crew remains focused on the task at hand and reduces the risk of errors or accidents during these critical moments.

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• 35.

### Where are the brake systems accumulators located?

• A.

Booster system reservoir

• B.

Aux System reservoir

• C.

Nose wheel well

• D.

MLG wheel well

C. Nose wheel well
Explanation
The brake systems accumulators are located in the nose wheel well.

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• 36.

### How many fire extinguishers are installed on the C130J?

• A.

2

• B.

3

• C.

4

• D.

6

C. 4
Explanation
The correct answer is 4 because the C130J aircraft typically has four fire extinguishers installed. These extinguishers are strategically placed throughout the aircraft to ensure that any potential fires can be quickly and effectively extinguished. Having four fire extinguishers allows for sufficient coverage and increases the chances of successfully combating any fire emergencies that may arise during flight.

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• 37.

### Is it required to use an oxygen mask when using an aircraft fire extinguisher?

• A.

No, there should be enough oxygen on the plane when pressurized

• B.

Yes, the byproducts of Halon are toxic

• C.

No, Halon is not toxic

• D.

Yes, you could hyperventilate while fighting the fire

B. Yes, the byproducts of Halon are toxic
• 38.

### Where are the fire extinguishers located on the aircraft?

• A.

Flight deck 241, Cargo compt. 245, FS 617 left side and one aft of LH Paratroop door.

• B.

Flight deck 245, Cargo comp. 245

• C.

Cargo compt 245, FS 617 left side and under Aux System reservoir

• D.

Flight deck 245, Under the Aux System reservoir

A. Flight deck 241, Cargo compt. 245, FS 617 left side and one aft of LH Paratroop door.
Explanation
The fire extinguishers on the aircraft are located in multiple areas. They can be found on the flight deck at location 241, in the cargo compartment at location 245, on the left side of FS 617, and one is located aft of the LH Paratroop door.

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• 39.

### How many oxygen regulators are installed in the cargo compartment on the C130J?

• A.

2

• B.

3

• C.

5

• D.

4

D. 4
Explanation
The correct answer is 4 because the question asks about the number of oxygen regulators installed in the cargo compartment on the C130J. Therefore, there are four oxygen regulators installed in the cargo compartment.

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• 40.

### How many egress points are there on the C130J?

• A.

10

• B.

11

• C.

12

• D.

9

B. 11
Explanation
The correct answer is 11. This suggests that there are 11 egress points on the C130J aircraft. Egress points are locations that allow for the exit or evacuation of personnel from the aircraft.

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• 41.

### What does an area trimmed in yellow mean on the C130J?

• A.

Cut away points

• B.

Egress points

• C.

NVG hazard

• D.

B. Egress points
Explanation
An area trimmed in yellow on the C130J indicates egress points. Egress points are designated locations on an aircraft where crew members can exit in case of an emergency or evacuation. The yellow trim helps to highlight these points, making them easily identifiable in critical situations. This ensures that crew members can quickly and safely exit the aircraft when needed.

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• 42.

### How many walk-around bottles are in the C130J cargo compartment and where are they located?

• A.

Two bottles. 1 X FS 245 right side and 1 X FS 617 right side.

• B.

Three bottles. 1 X FS 245, 2 X FS 617.

• C.

One bottle. 1 X FS 245.

• D.

One bottle. 1 X FS 617.

A. Two bottles. 1 X FS 245 right side and 1 X FS 617 right side.
Explanation
There are two walk-around bottles in the C130J cargo compartment. One bottle is located on the right side and is labeled FS 245, and the other bottle is also located on the right side and is labeled FS 617.

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• 43.

### Why must you always enter and exit the nose wheel well from the left side?

• A.

To prevent burns from the battery vents

• B.

To prevent burns from venting LOX

• C.

To prevent clogging of the static ports

• D.

To aid in the placement of the Towbar

B. To prevent burns from venting LOX
Explanation
Entering and exiting the nose wheel well from the left side is necessary to prevent burns from venting LOX. LOX stands for liquid oxygen, which is highly flammable and can cause severe burns if it comes into contact with skin. By using the left side, which is away from the venting LOX, the risk of accidental exposure and burns is minimized.

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• 44.

### Aviation personnel are restricted from aerial flight for _____ hours after the last alcohol use and must have no residual effects.

• A.

48

• B.

8

• C.

24

• D.

12

D. 12
Explanation
Aviation personnel are restricted from aerial flight for 12 hours after the last alcohol use and must have no residual effects. This time period allows for the body to metabolize and eliminate the alcohol from their system, ensuring that they are no longer under the influence and can safely operate an aircraft. It is crucial for aviation personnel to adhere to these restrictions in order to maintain the safety of themselves, their passengers, and others in the airspace.

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• 45.

### What is the max weight limit for items to be placed on or moved across the ramp unsupported?

• A.

1500 lbs

• B.

2,500 lbs

• C.

2,000 lbs

• D.

4,000 lbs

C. 2,000 lbs
Explanation
The maximum weight limit for items to be placed on or moved across the ramp unsupported is 2,000 lbs.

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• 46.

### When operating the ramp and door which is opened first the ramp or the door?

• A.

Ramp, then the door.

• B.

Doesn't matter

• C.

Door then the ramp

• D.

Ramp first in flight. Door first on the ground.

C. Door then the ramp
Explanation
The correct answer is "Door then the ramp." This means that when operating the ramp and door, the door should be opened first, followed by the ramp. This sequence is typically followed for safety reasons, as opening the door first allows for any potential hazards or obstacles to be identified and cleared before the ramp is deployed.

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• 47.

### How many turns at a minimum must be on the drum of a CGU/1B (Cargo Strap)to obtain a good friction lock?

• A.

1 1/4

• B.

1 1/2

• C.

2

• D.

2 1/2

B. 1 1/2
Explanation
To obtain a good friction lock on the drum of a CGU/1B (Cargo Strap), a minimum of 1 1/2 turns must be made. This means that the strap needs to be wrapped around the drum one and a half times to ensure a secure friction lock.

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• 48.

### Where are the wing life raft release handles located on the C130J?

• A.

Below the forward escape hatch and on each wing

• B.

On each wing, below the forward escape hatch and above the toilet

• C.

Above the toilet and on each wing

• D.

On each wing

B. On each wing, below the forward escape hatch and above the toilet
Explanation
The wing life raft release handles on the C130J are located on each wing, below the forward escape hatch and above the toilet.

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• 49.

### What is the minimum pressure indication a walk around bottle should have during a pre-flight check?

• A.

300 psi

• B.

350 psi

• C.

375 psi

• D.

400 psi

A. 300 psi
Explanation
During a pre-flight check, a walk around bottle should have a minimum pressure indication of 300 psi. This indicates that the bottle has sufficient pressure to provide oxygen to the crew in case of an emergency. A lower pressure indication could indicate a potential issue with the bottle, such as a leak or insufficient oxygen supply. Therefore, it is important to ensure that the walk around bottle has a minimum pressure of 300 psi before a flight.

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• 50.

### What is the Maximum restraint weight for the CGU-1B (Cargo Strap)?

• A.

2,000 lbs

• B.

3,000 lbs

• C.

4,000 lbs

• D.

5,000 lbs

D. 5,000 lbs
Explanation
The maximum restraint weight for the CGU-1B (Cargo Strap) is 5,000 lbs. This means that the strap is designed and tested to safely secure cargo weighing up to 5,000 lbs, ensuring that it remains in place during transportation.

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