Technical order index
Technical order catalog
List of applicable publications (LOAP)
Numerical index and requirements tables (NI&RT)
Index technical orders
Time compliance technical orders (TCTO)
Operations and maintenance technical orders
Methods and procedures technical orders (MPTO)
Methods and procedures
A work copy file
An unlimited file
An operational file
A functional master file
AF Form 457
AF Form 847
AFTO Form 22
AFTO Form 422
Abbreviated technical orders
Time compliance technical orders
Upper left corner
Lower left corner
Upper right corner
Lower right corner
JP-4 jet fuel
JP-5 jet fuel
JP-8 jet fuel
Lower flammable limit
Reduces the concentration of oxygen.
Will freeze or badly damage human tissue upon contact.
Will burn or explode upon contact with oil, grease, jet fuel, etc.
Builds up to tremendous pressure if allowed to evaporate in a confined space
Using hand tools
Handling heavy equipment
Striking against material or equipment
Move out of the taxi path, slow down, and turn off the headlights and clearance lights.
Move out of the taxi path, stop the vehicle, and leave the headlights and clearance lights on.
Move out of the taxi path, slow down, leave the headlights on, and turn the clearance lights off.
Move out of the taxi path, stop the vehiclem turn the headlights off, and leave the clearance light on.
40 to 90 decibels
80 to 100 decibels
90 to 110 decibels
110 to 130 decibels
Cryogenic production should cease when electrical storms are within 1 nautical mile.
Cryogenic production must be stopped when electrical storms are within 3 nautical miles.
Cryogenic production will be discontinued when electrical storms are within 5 nautical miles.
Cryogenic production may continue during electrical storms.
Red with yellow letters designating COMBUSTIBLE SOLID WASTE
Yellow with red letters designating COMBUSTIBLE SOLID WASTE
Yellow with red band and COMBUSTIBLE SOLID WASTE stenciled in 2-inch letters inside of red band
Red with yellow band and COMBUSTIBLE SOLID WASTE stenciled in 2-inch letters inside of yellow band
Solid waste disposal pits
Containers filled with water
Self-closing metal containers
Hazardous waste storage area
Aim the fire extinguisher at the base of the fire.
Contact the base interior electric shop.
Locate a water-type fire extinguisher
Disable the circuit
Base safety office
Fuels service center
Squadron safety element
Rewarm the body part as soon as possible
Wrap the exposed area in a cotton blanket
Watch closely and treat for shock
Give the victim plenty of fluids
Must be locked open to constantly drain the dikes
Should not be connected to the base industrial water system
Are not required for dikes around above-ground tanks over 2,000 gallons
Must be locked in the closed position when the dikes are not being drained
Management and chief of supply within 8 hours
The Fuels Service Center and aircraft maintenance control within 4 hours
The immediate supervisor and management as soon as possible
The base safety office and the parent MAJCOM by telephone within 24 hours
Spill response team
Base Civil Engineering
Environmental protection committee
Major Command (MAJCOM)
Air Force Petroleum Agency Office (AFPET)
Defense Energy Support Center (DESC) region
Headquarters United States Air Force (HQ USAF)
Water slug valve
Float control valve
Mainline control valve
Tri-rotor, positive displacement
Bi-rotor, positive displacement
Thirty-weight motor oil
Ninety-weight gear oil
Synthetic gear oil
PTO interlock system
Throttle interlock system
Emergency shutdown switch
Emergency engine kill switch
The bottom loading valve modulates to prevent deadheading.
The electronic control module cuts power to the fillstand pump.
The bottom loading valve cuts power to the electronic control module.
The electronic control module cuts power to the bottom loading electric air solenoid.
Feet per second
Gallons per minute
Cubic feet per second
Cubic gallons per minute
7 feet per second
12 feet per second
25 feet per second
30 feet per second
One round trip
Two round trips
One-and-a-half round trips
Two-and-a-half round trips
Size of the pipe
Specific gravity of the fuel
Change in gallons per minute
Amount of extinguished velocity
Pounds per square inch
Protons have positive charges, electrons have neutral charges
Protons have neutral charges, electrons have positive charges
Protons have negative charges, electrons have positive charges
Protons have positive charges, electrons have negative charges
Lost a proton and has more electrons
Lost an electron and has more protons
Has an equal number of electrons and protons
Cannot throw off any protons
A battery, a switch, and a wire
Iron filings and a power supply
Primary and secondary windings
A coil of wire, a core material, and current flow
Magnetic and heat
Chemical and heat
Chemical and mechanical
Magnetic and mechanical
Latent and open current
Alternating and direct current
Coil, core, and current
Magnet, housing, and prime mover
Coil, conductors, and relative motion
Magnetic field, conductor, and relative motion
The unit of issue is not compatible with the unit of use.
The fuels management flight commander (FMFC) feels the flight can't wait for items to be delivered from the warehouse.
A geographically separated location uses the item and the item must be at the using location.
The item is not included in the Air Force Material Command (AFMC) initial spares support list for the equipment being supported.
When requested by the flight only.
When requested by the flight, or when the bench stock review listing shows no consumption in the past 270 days.
At the discretion of the Logistics Readiness Squadron(LRS) customer service element only.
At the discretion of Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS) customer service element, or when the bench stock review listing shows no consumption in the past 270 days.