Air Force Information Management Tool (IMT) 103, Base Civil Engineering Work Clearance Request
AF IMT 332, Base Civil Engineer Work Request
AF Form 1261, Communications and Information Systems Acceptance Certificate.
AF IMT 1297, Temporary Issue Receipt.
Air Force Instruction 36–2903, Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel.
Air Force Instruction (AFI) 91–203, Air Force Consolidated Occupational Safety Instruction.
Air Force Manual 33–120, Electromagnetic Spectrum Management
Air Force Technical Order Form 781A, Maintenance Discrepancy and Work Document.
Good communications with the customer
Existing Plant-in-Place records.
As built building records
Previously used cutsheets.
Cutsheets, for pair counts
Cable splices, for water damage
Electrical system, for proper operation
Grounding system, for electrical charge.
60 pounds per square inch (psi).
While climbing and working aloft.
Only while climbing
Its use is optional
All the time
Any noncommissioned officer.
A flammable gas between 4 to 8 percent of its lower explosive limit.
An atmosphere with less than 19.5 percent oxygen
An atmosphere with oxygen content of 22 percent.
An atmospheric concentration of a toxin lower than its permissible exposure limit.
Made of three strands twisted together.
Stronger and more pliable than shroud-laid rope
Normally used on sheaves and drums
Used in extremely heavy work.
Keep the rope coiled as much as possible.
Work out any kinks after stress is applied.
store it near heated exhaust outlets.
Maintain its natural lay.
Your body belt
Your safety strap
A crossarm, pole or tower
Snubbing off hand lines to a tower base.
Fastening the end of a rope to a hook.
Raising or lowering heavy objects
Tying down loads under tension.
Shape of the vault