2a051s Volume I CDC Pre-test

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    (001) Off-equipment maintenance is performed

    • A.

      On an aircraft

    • B.

      At the organizational level only

    • C.

      In a repair shop on components removed during on-equipment maintenance

    • D.

      On support equipment

    Correct Answer
    C. In a repair shop on components removed during on-equipment maintenance
    Explanation
    Off-equipment maintenance refers to the maintenance activities performed on aircraft components that are removed from the aircraft during on-equipment maintenance. These components are taken to a repair shop where specialized technicians can perform the necessary repairs or inspections. This type of maintenance is typically carried out at the organizational level, which means it is done by the organization responsible for the maintenance of the aircraft. It is important to perform off-equipment maintenance to ensure that the removed components are properly repaired or inspected before being reinstalled on the aircraft.

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  • 2. 

    (001) The primary focus of the maintenance effort should be

    • A.

      Corrective maintenance

    • B.

      Preventative maintenance

    • C.

      Maximum sorties flown

    • D.

      Thorough documentation

    Correct Answer
    B. Preventative maintenance
    Explanation
    Preventative maintenance involves regularly scheduled inspections, repairs, and replacements to prevent equipment failure and ensure optimal performance. By proactively addressing potential issues and maintaining equipment in good condition, preventative maintenance aims to prevent breakdowns and minimize downtime. This approach helps to increase the lifespan of equipment, reduce the likelihood of costly repairs, and improve overall operational efficiency. Therefore, the primary focus of the maintenance effort should be preventative maintenance to prevent problems before they occur and maintain equipment reliability.

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  • 3. 

    (001) What are the two basic types of maintenance?

    • A.

      Back shop and flight line

    • B.

      Scheduled and unscheduled

    • C.

      On-equipment and off-equipment

    • D.

      Depot-level and intermediate-level

    Correct Answer
    C. On-equipment and off-equipment
    Explanation
    On-equipment maintenance refers to the maintenance performed on the actual equipment or system itself. This includes tasks such as inspections, repairs, and replacements that are done directly on the equipment. Off-equipment maintenance, on the other hand, refers to the maintenance performed on components or systems that are removed from the equipment. This includes tasks such as overhauls, refurbishments, and testing that are done in a separate location or facility. These two types of maintenance cover the different aspects of maintaining and servicing equipment, ensuring its proper functioning and longevity.

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  • 4. 

    (001) What is the purpose of the maintenance process?

    • A.

      To reduce costs to the Air Force by not having to contract out to private ind

    • B.

      To sustain a capability to support the flying mission

    • C.

      To reduce costs to the Air Force by repairing recoverable items

    • D.

      To sustain a capability to support the training and flying mission

    Correct Answer
    D. To sustain a capability to support the training and flying mission
    Explanation
    The purpose of the maintenance process is to sustain a capability to support the training and flying mission. This means that the maintenance process ensures that the necessary equipment and systems are in good working condition to support the training and flying operations of the Air Force. It involves regular inspections, repairs, and maintenance activities to keep the equipment and systems operational and reliable. By doing so, the Air Force can effectively carry out its training and flying missions without any disruptions or safety concerns.

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  • 5. 

    (001) What type of maintenance ensures equipment is ready and available at the time of need?

    • A.

      Preventative maintenance

    • B.

      Corrective maintenance

    • C.

      Unscheduled maintenance

    • D.

      Due-in for Maintenance process

    Correct Answer
    A. Preventative maintenance
    Explanation
    Preventative maintenance ensures that equipment is regularly inspected, serviced, and repaired to prevent any potential breakdowns or failures. This proactive approach helps to identify and address any issues before they become major problems, ensuring that the equipment is in optimal condition and ready for use whenever needed. By conducting regular maintenance, the risk of unexpected breakdowns and downtime is minimized, maximizing the availability and reliability of the equipment.

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  • 6. 

    (001) When performing maintenance, you must place emphasis on what factors?

    • A.

      Safety, Documentation, and Quality

    • B.

      Safety, Quality, and Timeliness

    • C.

      Documentation, Timeliness, and Quality

    • D.

      Inspections, Quality assurance, and Safety

    Correct Answer
    B. Safety, Quality, and Timeliness
    Explanation
    When performing maintenance, it is important to prioritize safety to ensure the well-being of individuals involved and prevent any accidents or injuries. Quality is also crucial to ensure that the maintenance work is done correctly and meets the required standards. Lastly, timeliness is important to minimize downtime and ensure that the maintenance is completed efficiently. Therefore, placing emphasis on safety, quality, and timeliness is essential for effective maintenance.

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  • 7. 

    (001) What types of actions are considered part of maintenance?

    • A.

      Inspection

    • B.

      Modification

    • C.

      Repair

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    All of the above actions, including inspection, modification, and repair, are considered part of maintenance. Inspection involves examining equipment or systems to identify any issues or potential problems. Modification refers to making changes or improvements to equipment or systems. Repair involves fixing or restoring equipment or systems to their proper functioning state. Therefore, all these actions are necessary components of maintenance to ensure the smooth operation and longevity of equipment or systems.

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  • 8. 

    (001) Your duty in maintenance is to ensure

    • A.

      Assigned aircraft and equipment meet mission needs

    • B.

      Wing maintenance meets quality assurance standards

    • C.

      Aircraft repair is contracted to the appropriate agency

    • D.

      You take appropriate shortcuts to expedite repair time

    Correct Answer
    A. Assigned aircraft and equipment meet mission needs
    Explanation
    In maintenance, it is crucial to ensure that the assigned aircraft and equipment meet the mission needs. This means that the maintenance personnel need to ensure that the aircraft and equipment are in proper working condition and meet the requirements for the specific mission they are assigned to. This involves conducting regular inspections, performing necessary repairs and maintenance tasks, and verifying that all systems are functioning correctly. By doing so, the maintenance team can ensure that the aircraft and equipment are reliable, safe, and capable of fulfilling their intended purpose.

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  • 9. 

    (002) Depot-Level maintenance is performed when equipment

    • A.

      Is under warranty

    • B.

      Is assigned to transient aircraft

    • C.

      Is deployed to a remote location

    • D.

      Cannot be repaired at the other levels

    Correct Answer
    D. Cannot be repaired at the other levels
    Explanation
    Depot-Level maintenance is performed when equipment cannot be repaired at the other levels. This means that when the equipment has undergone all possible repairs and troubleshooting at lower maintenance levels (such as organizational or intermediate maintenance), and still cannot be fixed, it is then sent to the depot-level maintenance. At this level, more complex repairs, overhauls, and extensive maintenance procedures are carried out by highly skilled technicians and specialized facilities to restore the equipment to its optimal working condition.

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  • 10. 

    (002) Primarily, what is intermediate-level maintenance?

    • A.

      Repairing or salvaging parts from the flight line and back shop

    • B.

      Testing and repairing or replacing component parts

    • C.

      Inspecting an aircraft before and after a flight

    • D.

      Removing faulty LRUs from an aircraft

    Correct Answer
    B. Testing and repairing or replacing component parts
    Explanation
    Intermediate-level maintenance refers to the level of maintenance that involves testing, repairing, or replacing component parts of an aircraft. This level of maintenance is more extensive than basic or organizational-level maintenance, which focuses on routine inspections and minor repairs. Intermediate-level maintenance is responsible for ensuring the proper functioning of various components and systems of an aircraft, and it plays a crucial role in maintaining the overall operational readiness and safety of the aircraft.

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  • 11. 

    (002) What are the three maintenance levels?

    • A.

      Depot, Intermediate, and organizational

    • B.

      Organizational, contract, and condemned

    • C.

      On-equipment, off-equipment, and intermediate

    • D.

      Depot, contract, and not reparable this station (NRTS)

    Correct Answer
    A. Depot, Intermediate, and organizational
    Explanation
    The three maintenance levels are depot, intermediate, and organizational. These levels represent different levels of maintenance and repair for equipment and systems. Depot maintenance is the highest level and involves extensive repairs and overhauls of equipment. Intermediate maintenance is the middle level and includes repairs and replacement of components. Organizational maintenance is the lowest level and involves routine maintenance and minor repairs that can be done by the unit or organization that operates the equipment.

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  • 12. 

    (002) What is an example of organizational-level maintenance?

    • A.

      Running confidence on a test station

    • B.

      Repairing a faulty circuit board that couldn't be repaired on the flight line

    • C.

      Running an LRU in the backshop

    • D.

      An operational check of a sensor pod while loaded on an aircraft

    Correct Answer
    D. An operational check of a sensor pod while loaded on an aircraft
    Explanation
    An operational check of a sensor pod while loaded on an aircraft is an example of organizational-level maintenance because it involves testing and verifying the functionality of a specific component (the sensor pod) while the aircraft is in a controlled environment (loaded on the aircraft). This type of maintenance typically requires specialized equipment and facilities that are available at the organizational level, rather than at the flight line or backshop level.

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  • 13. 

    (002) What is the highest level of maintenance?

    • A.

      Depot

    • B.

      Intermediate

    • C.

      Flight Line

    • D.

      Organizational

    Correct Answer
    A. Depot
    Explanation
    Depot maintenance is the highest level of maintenance. Depot maintenance involves extensive repair and overhaul of equipment and systems. It is typically performed at specialized facilities or depots, where highly skilled technicians and specialized equipment are available. Depot maintenance is responsible for major repairs, upgrades, and modifications that cannot be performed at lower levels of maintenance. This level of maintenance ensures that equipment is restored to optimal condition and can be used for an extended period of time.

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  • 14. 

    (002) Which level of maintenance involves repairing or replacing component parts in the back shop?

    • A.

      Depot

    • B.

      Intermediate

    • C.

      Organizational

    • D.

      Developmental

    Correct Answer
    B. Intermediate
    Explanation
    Intermediate level of maintenance involves repairing or replacing component parts in the back shop. This level of maintenance is carried out by skilled technicians who have the necessary expertise and equipment to perform these tasks. It is a step above organizational level maintenance, which focuses on routine inspections and basic repairs, and a step below depot level maintenance, which involves major overhauls and extensive repairs. Intermediate maintenance ensures that the component parts are functioning properly and can be returned to service efficiently.

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  • 15. 

    (003) Besides leave, ancillary training, and details, what must the flight chief manage to minimize work force degradation?

    • A.

      Deployment taskings

    • B.

      Reports to sick call

    • C.

      Additional duties

    • D.

      Exercise plans

    Correct Answer
    C. Additional duties
    Explanation
    The flight chief must manage additional duties to minimize work force degradation. This means that besides managing leave, ancillary training, and details, the flight chief also needs to effectively handle any additional duties assigned to the workforce. By managing these additional duties efficiently, the flight chief can ensure that the workload is distributed evenly and that the workforce does not become overwhelmed or degraded.

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  • 16. 

    (003) The first-line manager and supervisor of maintenance production is the

    • A.

      Section chief

    • B.

      Flight commander

    • C.

      Squadron commander

    • D.

      Maintenance superintendant

    Correct Answer
    A. Section chief
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "section chief." The section chief is responsible for overseeing the maintenance production and supervising the first-line managers and supervisors in this department. They are in charge of coordinating and managing the maintenance activities, ensuring that they are carried out efficiently and effectively. The section chief plays a crucial role in maintaining the productivity and performance of the maintenance production team.

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  • 17. 

    (003) The group commander monitors the assignment and use of maintenance personnel to ensure

    • A.

      Personnel and equipment are identified and prepared to meet deployment taskings

    • B.

      Timely accomplishment of delayed discrepancies and pilot-reported discrepancies

    • C.

      The appropriate appointment of squadron production supervisors

    • D.

      Equitable distribution of skilled people among the squadrons

    Correct Answer
    D. Equitable distribution of skilled people among the squadrons
    Explanation
    The group commander is responsible for monitoring the assignment and use of maintenance personnel to ensure equitable distribution of skilled people among the squadrons. This means that the commander ensures that personnel with the necessary skills are allocated fairly among the different squadrons within the group. This helps to ensure that each squadron has access to the skilled personnel they need to effectively carry out their tasks. By distributing skilled people equitably, the group commander promotes efficiency and effectiveness within the maintenance organization.

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  • 18. 

    (003) Which AFI covers duties and responsibilities of key leadership within a maintenance organization?

    • A.

      AFI 21-101

    • B.

      AFI 36-2903

    • C.

      AFI 91-101

    • D.

      AFI 21-104

    Correct Answer
    A. AFI 21-101
    Explanation
    AFI 21-101 covers the duties and responsibilities of key leadership within a maintenance organization. This AFI provides guidance on the roles and responsibilities of individuals in leadership positions, including commanders, supervisors, and technicians. It outlines the expectations for these leaders in terms of safety, training, maintenance procedures, and overall management of the maintenance organization. By following the guidelines in AFI 21-101, leaders can ensure that their maintenance organization operates effectively and efficiently.

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  • 19. 

    (003) Who allocates maintenance resources to meet mission requirements?

    • A.

      Maintenance Group Commander

    • B.

      Maintenance Squadron Commander

    • C.

      Wing Commander

    • D.

      Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Commander

    Correct Answer
    C. Wing Commander
    Explanation
    The Wing Commander is responsible for allocating maintenance resources to meet mission requirements. As the highest-ranking officer in the wing, they have the authority to make decisions regarding resource allocation and ensure that maintenance needs are met in order to support the overall mission objectives. The Maintenance Group Commander, Maintenance Squadron Commander, and Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Commander may have roles in overseeing maintenance operations, but the ultimate responsibility for resource allocation lies with the Wing Commander.

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  • 20. 

    (003) Who is responsible for ensuring compliance with the wing Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) program?

    • A.

      Wing commander

    • B.

      Squadron Commander

    • C.

      Propulsion Flight Chief

    • D.

      Avionics Flight Chief

    Correct Answer
    D. Avionics Flight Chief
    Explanation
    The Avionics Flight Chief is responsible for ensuring compliance with the wing Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) program. This means that they are in charge of making sure that the wing follows all environmental regulations and guidelines set by the EPA. They would oversee the implementation of environmental protection measures within their flight and work to ensure that the wing's operations are conducted in an environmentally responsible manner.

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  • 21. 

    (003) Who is responsible to the squadron commander for maintenance production?

    • A.

      Maintenance group commander

    • B.

      Maintenance flight chief

    • C.

      Maintenance supervisor

    • D.

      Avionics flight chief

    Correct Answer
    C. Maintenance supervisor
    Explanation
    The maintenance supervisor is responsible to the squadron commander for maintenance production. They oversee and coordinate the work of the maintenance technicians, ensuring that maintenance tasks are completed efficiently and effectively. They also communicate with the squadron commander regarding the status of maintenance projects and any issues or concerns that may arise. The maintenance supervisor plays a crucial role in ensuring that the squadron's maintenance production meets the required standards and timelines.

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  • 22. 

    (003) Who manages the wing's QAPs?

    • A.

      Maintenance Group Commander

    • B.

      Maintenance Squadron Commander

    • C.

      Wing Commander

    • D.

      Maintenance Operations Squadron Commander

    Correct Answer
    A. Maintenance Group Commander
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Maintenance Group Commander. The Maintenance Group Commander is responsible for managing the wing's Quality Assurance Programs (QAPs). QAPs are designed to ensure that maintenance procedures and processes are being followed correctly and to maintain the highest standards of safety and quality in aircraft maintenance. As the commander of the maintenance group, they have the authority and responsibility to oversee and manage these programs within the wing.

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  • 23. 

    (004) Aircraft on-equipment maintenance is performed by the

    • A.

      Aircraft maintenance squadron only

    • B.

      Maintenance operations squadron only

    • C.

      Aircraft maintenance squadron and maintenance squadron

    • D.

      Maintenance operations squadron and maintenance squadron

    Correct Answer
    C. Aircraft maintenance squadron and maintenance squadron
    Explanation
    Aircraft on-equipment maintenance involves performing maintenance tasks directly on the aircraft. The aircraft maintenance squadron is responsible for conducting these maintenance activities. However, they may also collaborate with the maintenance squadron, which provides support services such as logistics, supply, and transportation. This collaboration ensures that both squadrons work together to efficiently maintain and repair the aircraft.

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  • 24. 

    (004) Quality maintenance is the responsibility of maintenance technicians, supervisors, and commanders, who work in concert with

    • A.

      Maintenance training

    • B.

      Quality assurance

    • C.

      Resources

    • D.

      Egress

    Correct Answer
    B. Quality assurance
    Explanation
    Quality maintenance is the responsibility of maintenance technicians, supervisors, and commanders, who work in concert with quality assurance. Quality assurance is a process that ensures that products or services meet certain standards of quality. In the context of maintenance, quality assurance involves implementing procedures and checks to ensure that maintenance tasks are performed correctly and that the desired level of quality is achieved. This includes conducting inspections, audits, and tests to identify and address any issues or deficiencies in the maintenance process. By working in concert with quality assurance, maintenance technicians, supervisors, and commanders can ensure that maintenance activities are carried out effectively and that the desired level of quality is maintained.

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  • 25. 

    (004) Which maintenance squadron is responsible for servicing, maintaining, launching, and recovering assigned aircraft?

    • A.

      Maintenance Operations Squadron (MOS)

    • B.

      Aircraft Maintenance Squadron (AMXS)

    • C.

      Mission support squadron (MSS)

    • D.

      Maintenance Squadron (MXS)

    Correct Answer
    B. Aircraft Maintenance Squadron (AMXS)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Aircraft Maintenance Squadron (AMXS). The AMXS is responsible for servicing, maintaining, launching, and recovering assigned aircraft. They ensure that the aircraft are in proper working condition and ready for flight operations. They handle routine maintenance tasks, repairs, and inspections to keep the aircraft operational and safe.

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  • 26. 

    (004) Which squadron are the Propulsion, TMDE, Accessories, Fabrication, Maintenance, and Avionics flights in?

    • A.

      AMXS

    • B.

      MXS

    • C.

      MOS

    • D.

      MXG

    Correct Answer
    B. MXS
    Explanation
    The Propulsion, TMDE, Accessories, Fabrication, Maintenance, and Avionics flights are all part of the MXS squadron.

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  • 27. 

    .(004) Which three squadrons exist under the MXG?

    • A.

      MXS, MOS, and FSS

    • B.

      AMXS, MXS, and SFS

    • C.

      AMXS, MOS, and MXS

    • D.

      APS, MXS, and AMXS

    Correct Answer
    C. AMXS, MOS, and MXS
    Explanation
    The correct answer is AMXS, MOS, and MXS. This answer is correct because it lists the three squadrons that exist under the MXG. AMXS stands for Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, MOS stands for Maintenance Operations Squadron, and MXS stands for Maintenance Squadron. These squadrons are responsible for different aspects of aircraft maintenance and operations within the MXG.

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  • 28. 

    (004) Whose role is it to assess, analyze, and identify problem areas that may exist; assess the quality of training; determine aircraft and equipment condition; increase reliability and maintainability?

    • A.

      Maintainers

    • B.

      Supervisors

    • C.

      QA

    • D.

      Maintenance Group Commander

    Correct Answer
    C. QA
    Explanation
    QA, or Quality Assurance, is responsible for assessing, analyzing, and identifying problem areas, as well as assessing the quality of training and determining aircraft and equipment condition. QA is also responsible for increasing reliability and maintainability. The role of QA is to ensure that all maintenance processes and procedures are being followed correctly and that the quality of work meets the required standards. They are responsible for conducting audits, inspections, and tests to identify any issues or areas for improvement.

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  • 29. 

    (004)Which flight maintains, calibrates, and certifies TMDE using standards from the National Institute of Standards and Technology?

    • A.

      Avionics

    • B.

      Accessories

    • C.

      Maintenance

    • D.

      PMEL

    Correct Answer
    D. PMEL
    Explanation
    The flight that maintains, calibrates, and certifies TMDE using standards from the National Institute of Standards and Technology is PMEL. PMEL stands for Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory, which is responsible for ensuring that all test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment used in the aviation industry is accurate and reliable. They follow the standards set by the National Institute of Standards and Technology to ensure the highest level of precision and calibration in their work.

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  • 30. 

    (005) Although supply customers may cancel an obligated memo due-out at any time, when is the customer not granted credit for the quantity cancelled?

    • A.

      When the due-out is under due-in from maintenance (DIFM) control and part of the quantity is needed

    • B.

      When the due-out is under DIFM control and the entire quantity is no longer needed

    • C.

      The due-out has an expendability, recoverability, reparability code (ERRC) of XF

    • D.

      If the due-out was obligated in a prior fiscal year (FY)

    Correct Answer
    D. If the due-out was obligated in a prior fiscal year (FY)
    Explanation
    When a due-out is canceled, the customer is not granted credit for the quantity canceled if the due-out was obligated in a prior fiscal year (FY). This means that if the customer cancels a due-out that was obligated in a previous fiscal year, they will not receive credit for the quantity canceled.

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  • 31. 

    (005) What are the three basic repair cycle action categories?

    • A.

      AWM, FWP, and AWP

    • B.

      AWM, INW, and AWP

    • C.

      AWM, AWP, and repaired

    • D.

      INW, AWM, and FWP

    Correct Answer
    B. AWM, INW, and AWP
    Explanation
    The three basic repair cycle action categories are AWM, INW, and AWP.

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  • 32. 

    (005) What code identifies an item as consumable?

    • A.

      XB3

    • B.

      XF3

    • C.

      AWP

    • D.

      UJC

    Correct Answer
    A. XB3
    Explanation
    The code "XB3" identifies an item as consumable.

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  • 33. 

    (005) What does AFMAN 23-110, Volume 6 cover?

    • A.

      Creating due-outs when an item backorders

    • B.

      Requesting NSNs for items without them

    • C.

      The DIFM process

    • D.

      Air Force participation in precious metals recovery program

    Correct Answer
    D. Air Force participation in precious metals recovery program
    Explanation
    AFMAN 23-110, Volume 6 covers the Air Force's participation in the precious metals recovery program. This program involves the collection and recycling of precious metals from various Air Force operations and activities. It outlines the procedures and guidelines for identifying, recovering, and disposing of precious metals in an environmentally responsible manner. The manual provides instructions on how to properly handle, store, and transport these metals, as well as the reporting requirements and documentation needed for participation in the program.

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  • 34. 

    (005) What is created when a requirement is placed on supply and insufficient assets are on hand to satisfy the request?

    • A.

      Memo

    • B.

      Due-in

    • C.

      Due-out

    • D.

      Due-out release

    Correct Answer
    C. Due-out
    Explanation
    When a requirement is placed on supply and there are not enough assets available to fulfill the request, a due-out is created. A due-out is a record or document that indicates the items or assets that are needed but currently not in stock. It helps to track and manage the demand for items that are not immediately available, ensuring that they are procured or produced to meet the requirement.

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  • 35. 

    (005) What two factors determine the off-base requisitioning priority?

    • A.

      UJC and WCE

    • B.

      UJC and FAD

    • C.

      FAD and WUC

    • D.

      JCN and WUC

    Correct Answer
    B. UJC and FAD
    Explanation
    The off-base requisitioning priority is determined by two factors: UJC and FAD. UJC stands for Unit Joint Capability, which refers to the capability of a military unit to perform a specific task or mission. FAD stands for Force Availability Date, which is the date when a military unit is available for deployment or assignment. These two factors, UJC and FAD, are crucial in determining the priority for off-base requisitioning, as they indicate the readiness and availability of military units for deployment or assignment.

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  • 36. 

    (005) Which flight performs off-equipment maintenance on EW sensors and sensor pods, airborne video tape recording systems, and airborne photographic systems?

    • A.

      Avionics

    • B.

      ELEN

    • C.

      PMEL

    • D.

      Accessories

    Correct Answer
    A. Avionics
    Explanation
    Avionics is the correct answer because avionics refers to the electronic systems used in aircraft, including sensors, recording systems, and photographic systems. Off-equipment maintenance means that the maintenance is performed on the actual components themselves, rather than on the aircraft as a whole. Therefore, the avionics department would be responsible for performing maintenance on these specific systems.

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  • 37. 

    (005) Which urgency justification code (UJC) is used to order a part for a piece of aerospace ground equipment (AGE)?

    • A.

      AA

    • B.

      AG

    • C.

      AR

    • D.

      AZ

    Correct Answer
    B. AG
    Explanation
    The correct answer is AG. AG is the urgency justification code used to order a part for aerospace ground equipment (AGE). This code indicates that the equipment is non-mission capable and the required part is not available in the supply system. Therefore, it is necessary to order the part with a high level of urgency to minimize downtime and ensure the equipment is operational as soon as possible.

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  • 38. 

    (006) How many alphanumeric characters make up a document number?

    • A.

      3

    • B.

      8

    • C.

      10

    • D.

      14

    Correct Answer
    D. 14
    Explanation
    A document number is typically a combination of both letters and numbers, making it an alphanumeric character. The question asks how many alphanumeric characters make up a document number, and the correct answer is 14. This means that the document number consists of 14 characters, which can include both letters and numbers.

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  • 39. 

    (006) What does the mark-for field on the AF Form 2005 identify?

    • A.

      End Item

    • B.

      One-time requests

    • C.

      Major command (MAJCOM)

    • D.

      Standard reporting designator (SRD) code

    Correct Answer
    A. End Item
    Explanation
    The mark-for field on the AF Form 2005 identifies the end item. This means that it indicates the specific item or equipment that the form is referring to. The mark-for field helps to ensure that the form is accurately associated with the correct item, allowing for proper tracking and documentation.

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  • 40. 

    (006) What form is used for requesting supplies in the event IMDS is down?

    • A.

      AETC Form 341

    • B.

      DD Form 1348-6

    • C.

      AF Form 2005

    • D.

      DD Form 1348-1A

    Correct Answer
    C. AF Form 2005
    Explanation
    The AF Form 2005 is used for requesting supplies in the event IMDS is down.

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  • 41. 

    (006) What's the purpose of the organization code within a document number?

    • A.

      Identifies the unit or subordinate activity

    • B.

      Identifies the level of maintenance the order is for

    • C.

      Identifies the manufacturer of the item the order is for

    • D.

      Identifies the MAJCOM of the supply unit filling the order

    Correct Answer
    A. Identifies the unit or subordinate activity
    Explanation
    The organization code within a document number is used to identify the unit or subordinate activity. This code helps in distinguishing and categorizing different units or activities within an organization. It allows for efficient tracking and management of documents by associating them with specific units or activities.

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  • 42. 

    (006) Which form is used to request a local purchase item?

    • A.

      AF Form 2005

    • B.

      DD Form 1348-1

    • C.

      DD Form 1348-6

    • D.

      DD Form 1348-1A

    Correct Answer
    C. DD Form 1348-6
    Explanation
    The correct answer is DD Form 1348-6. This form is used to request a local purchase item. It is a requisition and invoice/shipping document used by the Department of Defense to request and track items that are purchased locally.

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  • 43. 

    (006) Which of the following should you be able to do?

    • A.

      Direct supply personnel in the off-loading of large or bulky material you have ordered

    • B.

      Assign a temporary national stock number to an item that does not have one

    • C.

      Assign a serial number to an item request you have initiated with supply

    • D.

      Refuse to accept an item from supply

    Correct Answer
    D. Refuse to accept an item from supply
    Explanation
    You should be able to refuse to accept an item from supply because it is important to have the ability to reject any items that are damaged, defective, or not as ordered. This ensures that you only accept and pay for items that meet your requirements and are in good condition.

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  • 44. 

    (007) In what TO are the procedures for submitting deficiency reports found?

    • A.

      10-100

    • B.

      64-110

    • C.

      12R2-155-4-2

    • D.

      00-35D-54

    Correct Answer
    D. 00-35D-54
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 00-35D-54. This is because the question is asking for the TO (Technical Order) that contains the procedures for submitting deficiency reports. The other options listed are not TO numbers and therefore do not contain the required information.

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  • 45. 

    (007) The purpose of a deficiency report (DR) is to

    • A.

      Report and resolve deficiencies in test equipment received from the manufacturer

    • B.

      Identify and resolve deficiencies in materials received from the manufacturer

    • C.

      Identify, report, and resolve deficiencies in materials received from supply

    • D.

      Report deficiencies in test equipment received from supply

    Correct Answer
    C. Identify, report, and resolve deficiencies in materials received from supply
    Explanation
    The purpose of a deficiency report (DR) is to identify, report, and resolve deficiencies in materials received from supply. This means that when materials are received from the supply, if there are any deficiencies or issues with the materials, the deficiency report is used to identify and report these problems. Additionally, the report also plays a role in resolving these deficiencies by taking appropriate actions to fix the issues. The correct answer accurately reflects this purpose of a deficiency report.

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  • 46. 

    (007) The responsibility for preparing a draft deficiency report (DR) rests with the

    • A.

      Originator

    • B.

      Single manager

    • C.

      Personnel in the support point

    • D.

      Personnel in quality assurance (QA)

    Correct Answer
    A. Originator
    Explanation
    The responsibility for preparing a draft deficiency report (DR) rests with the originator. This means that the person who initially identifies the deficiency is responsible for creating a draft report outlining the details of the issue. The originator is typically the one who has first-hand knowledge of the deficiency and is in the best position to provide accurate and detailed information for the report. The originator will then submit the draft report to the appropriate personnel for review and further action.

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  • 47. 

    (007) What restrictions must be met when considering an item for a DR?

    • A.

      Item must not be XB3

    • B.

      Item must cost over $50,000

    • C.

      Item must cost over $1

    • D.

      No restrictions for an item to be considered for a deficiency report

    Correct Answer
    D. No restrictions for an item to be considered for a deficiency report
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that there are no restrictions for an item to be considered for a deficiency report. This means that any item, regardless of its cost or type, can be considered for a deficiency report if it is found to have a deficiency or problem.

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  • 48. 

    (007) When is the due-in from maintenance (DIFM) clock stopped on an deficiency report (DR) exhibit?

    • A.

      When the exhibit, tags and a copy of the draft DR are turned in to the designated action point

    • B.

      When the exhibit, tags, and a copy of the draft DR are turned in to supply

    • C.

      The DIFM clock is never started on DR exhibits

    • D.

      As soon as the DR is initiated

    Correct Answer
    B. When the exhibit, tags, and a copy of the draft DR are turned in to supply
    Explanation
    The DIFM clock is stopped on a deficiency report (DR) exhibit when the exhibit, tags, and a copy of the draft DR are turned in to supply. This means that once the necessary documentation is provided to the supply department, the clock tracking the time for maintenance to address the deficiency is halted. This allows the supply department to take the necessary actions to address the issue and ensure that maintenance can proceed accordingly.

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  • 49. 

    (007) Which criteria requires a CAT I deficiency report?

    • A.

      Impedes or constrains successful mission accomplishment

    • B.

      Results in a production line stoppage

    • C.

      Recommends enhancements that improve successful mission accomplishment

    • D.

      Any time a flaw is discovered in equipment

    Correct Answer
    B. Results in a production line stoppage
    Explanation
    A CAT I deficiency report is required when a deficiency results in a production line stoppage. This means that if there is a flaw or issue in the equipment that causes the production line to come to a halt, a CAT I deficiency report must be filed. This report helps identify and address the problem to ensure that the production line can resume its operations smoothly.

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  • 50. 

    (008) How does supply know if an item is under warranty?

    • A.

      A copy of the warranty document is attached to the item

    • B.

      Warranty items are not processed through supply

    • C.

      You put the words "WARRANTY ITEM" in block 15 of the DD form 1577

    • D.

      You put the words "WARRANTY ITEM" in block 15 of the AFTO Form 3

    Correct Answer
    D. You put the words "WARRANTY ITEM" in block 15 of the AFTO Form 3
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to put the words "WARRANTY ITEM" in block 15 of the AFTO Form 3. This indicates to supply that the item is under warranty.

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