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  • 1. 

     What AFI establishes procedures for reporting the inventory, status, and utilization of vehicles?

    • A.

      AFI 36-2003

    • B.

      AFI 21-101

    • C.

      AFI 21-103

    • D.

      AFI 21-165

    Correct Answer
    C. AFI 21-103
    Explanation
    AFI 21-103 establishes procedures for reporting the inventory, status, and utilization of vehicles.

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  • 2. 

     What AFI establishes procedures for reporting the inventory, status, and utilization of vehicles?

    • A.

      AFI 36-2003

    • B.

      AFI 21-101

    • C.

      AFI 21-103

    • D.

      AFI 21-165

    Correct Answer
    C. AFI 21-103
    Explanation
    AFI 21-103 is the correct answer because it establishes procedures for reporting the inventory, status, and utilization of vehicles. This AFI provides guidance on how to accurately track and report the information related to vehicles, ensuring that their inventory, status, and utilization are properly recorded and monitored. It helps in maintaining accountability and efficient management of vehicles within the organization.

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  • 3. 

    Errors in reporting can result in the loss of what?

    • A.

      Funding, Manpower authorizations, and supplies

    • B.

      Manpower, sorties, and MSE

    • C.

      Changes in aerospace vehicle possession

    • D.

      Maintaining the official Air Force inventory

    Correct Answer
    A. Funding, Manpower authorizations, and supplies
    Explanation
    Errors in reporting can result in the loss of funding, manpower authorizations, and supplies. This means that if there are mistakes or inaccuracies in the reporting process, it can lead to a decrease or complete loss of financial resources, authorized personnel, and necessary supplies. It is crucial to have accurate and reliable reporting systems in place to ensure the proper allocation and management of these resources.

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  • 4. 

    Errors in reporting can result in the loss of what?

    • A.

      Funding, Manpower authorizations, and supplies

    • B.

      Manpower, sorties, and MSE

    • C.

      Changes in aerospace vehicle possession

    • D.

      Maintaining the official Air Force inventory

    Correct Answer
    A. Funding, Manpower authorizations, and supplies
    Explanation
    Errors in reporting can result in the loss of funding, manpower authorizations, and supplies. This means that if there are mistakes or inaccuracies in the reporting process, it can lead to a decrease or complete loss of financial resources, authorized personnel, and necessary supplies. This can have a significant impact on the operations and functioning of an organization, including the ability to carry out tasks, meet objectives, and maintain proper inventory.

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  • 5. 

    What will the possessing organization report?

    • A.

      Changes in aerospace vehicle possession, Status conditions that affect an aerospace vehicle’s ability to perform assigned missions, Flying hours, and MSE The information from reports generated

    • B.

      Status of all AMC and ANG units readiness

    • C.

      The hours it possesses the aerospace vehicle,Changes in aerospace vehicle possession, Status conditions that affect an aerospace vehicle’s ability to perform assigned missions, Flying hours and sorties

    • D.

      Establishing mission capability (MC) goals as required by the major command (MAJCOM) and in coordination with the Air Staff

    Correct Answer
    C. The hours it possesses the aerospace vehicle,Changes in aerospace vehicle possession, Status conditions that affect an aerospace vehicle’s ability to perform assigned missions, Flying hours and sorties
    Explanation
    The possessing organization will report the hours it possesses the aerospace vehicle, changes in aerospace vehicle possession, status conditions that affect an aerospace vehicle's ability to perform assigned missions, flying hours, and sorties. This information is important for maintaining the readiness and mission capability of the aerospace vehicle.

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  • 6. 

    What will the possessing organization report?

    • A.

      Changes in aerospace vehicle possession, Status conditions that affect an aerospace vehicle’s ability to perform assigned missions, Flying hours, and MSE The information from reports generated

    • B.

      Status of all AMC and ANG units readiness

    • C.

      The hours it possesses the aerospace vehicle,Changes in aerospace vehicle possession, Status conditions that affect an aerospace vehicle’s ability to perform assigned missions, Flying hours and sorties

    • D.

      Establishing mission capability (MC) goals as required by the major command (MAJCOM) and in coordination with the Air Staff

    Correct Answer
    C. The hours it possesses the aerospace vehicle,Changes in aerospace vehicle possession, Status conditions that affect an aerospace vehicle’s ability to perform assigned missions, Flying hours and sorties
    Explanation
    The possessing organization will report the hours it possesses the aerospace vehicle, changes in aerospace vehicle possession, status conditions that affect an aerospace vehicle's ability to perform assigned missions, flying hours, and sorties. This information is important for tracking the usage and condition of the aerospace vehicle, as well as monitoring its readiness and mission capability. The organization needs to report this data to establish mission capability goals and coordinate with the Air Staff.

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  • 7. 

    Under the inventory reporting concept, all aerospace vehicles in the Air Force must be accounted for as long as they are assigned and possessed by whom?

    • A.

      Air Force, Navy, Marines or Army commands that maintain a MXS, AMXS, or AMU

    • B.

      Air Force, ANG,or AF Reserve Units

    • C.

      MAJCOM and AVDO

    • D.

      MAJCOM AVDO or HQ USAF

    Correct Answer
    B. Air Force, ANG,or AF Reserve Units
    Explanation
    Under the inventory reporting concept, all aerospace vehicles in the Air Force must be accounted for as long as they are assigned and possessed by Air Force, ANG, or AF Reserve Units.

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  • 8. 

    Under the inventory reporting concept, all aerospace vehicles in the Air Force must be accounted for as long as they are assigned and possessed by whom?

    • A.

      Air Force, Navy, Marines or Army commands that maintain a MXS, AMXS, or AMU

    • B.

      Air Force, ANG,or AF Reserve Units

    • C.

      MAJCOM and AVDO

    • D.

      MAJCOM AVDO or HQ USAF

    Correct Answer
    B. Air Force, ANG,or AF Reserve Units
    Explanation
    Under the inventory reporting concept, all aerospace vehicles in the Air Force must be accounted for as long as they are assigned and possessed by Air Force, ANG, or AF Reserve Units.

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  • 9. 

    Who is responsible for the distribution of aerospace vehicles within a command?

    • A.

      MAJCOM AVDO

    • B.

      Unit AVDO

    • C.

      MOF PS&D

    • D.

      MOC

    Correct Answer
    A. MAJCOM AVDO
    Explanation
    MAJCOM AVDO is responsible for the distribution of aerospace vehicles within a command. MAJCOM stands for Major Command, which is a level of command in the United States Air Force. AVDO stands for Aerospace Vehicle Distribution Office, which is a specialized unit within the MAJCOM responsible for managing the distribution of aerospace vehicles. Therefore, MAJCOM AVDO is the correct answer for the distribution of aerospace vehicles within a command.

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  • 10. 

    Who is responsible for the aerospace vehicle distribution function at each base and unit level?

    • A.

      MDSA

    • B.

      MOC

    • C.

      MOF PS&D

    • D.

      Base Commander

    Correct Answer
    C. MOF PS&D
    Explanation
    MOF PS&D stands for Maintenance Operations Flight Plans, Scheduling, and Documentation. This function is responsible for the aerospace vehicle distribution at each base and unit level. They handle the planning, scheduling, and documentation of maintenance operations, ensuring that the aerospace vehicles are distributed efficiently and effectively. The MOF PS&D team works closely with the base commander and other personnel to ensure smooth operations and proper allocation of resources.

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  • 11. 

    Who is responsible for the distribution of aerospace vehicles within a command?

    • A.

      MAJCOM AVDO

    • B.

      Unit AVDO

    • C.

      MOF PS&D

    • D.

      MOC

    Correct Answer
    A. MAJCOM AVDO
    Explanation
    MAJCOM AVDO is responsible for the distribution of aerospace vehicles within a command. This implies that the Major Command Air Vehicle Distribution Office is in charge of coordinating and managing the allocation and distribution of aerospace vehicles within their command. They ensure that the vehicles are appropriately assigned and distributed to the units and locations where they are needed, ensuring effective and efficient operations within the command.

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  • 12. 

    When an aircraft is broken and the status changes from FMC to NMC, what concept of reporting is this called?

    • A.

      Possession reporting

    • B.

      Status reporting

    • C.

      Assignment reporting

    • D.

      Exception reporting

    Correct Answer
    D. Exception reporting
    Explanation
    When an aircraft is broken and the status changes from FMC (Fully Mission Capable) to NMC (Not Mission Capable), it is considered an exception reporting. Exception reporting is a concept in which any deviation or exception from the normal or expected condition is reported. In this case, the change in status from FMC to NMC indicates a deviation from the normal operational condition of the aircraft, and therefore falls under exception reporting.

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  • 13. 

    Who is responsible for the aerospace vehicle distribution function at each base and unit level?

    • A.

      MDSA

    • B.

      MOC

    • C.

      MOF PS&D

    • D.

      Base Commander

    Correct Answer
    C. MOF PS&D
    Explanation
    MOF PS&D stands for Maintenance Operations Flight Plans, Scheduling, and Documentation. This function is responsible for the distribution of aerospace vehicles at each base and unit level. They handle the planning, scheduling, and documentation related to the maintenance operations of aerospace vehicles. The Base Commander may have overall responsibility for the base, but when it comes to the specific function of aerospace vehicle distribution, MOF PS&D is responsible.

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  • 14. 

    What status code would you use for an aircraft that is flyable but cannot fly any of its assignedmissions due to a lack of parts?

    • A.

      NMCSA

    • B.

      NMCA

    • C.

      NMCB

    • D.

      NMCAS

    Correct Answer
    A. NMCSA
    Explanation
    The correct answer is NMCSA. NMCSA stands for Non-Mission Capable Supply Air. This status code is used for an aircraft that is flyable but cannot fly any of its assigned missions due to a lack of parts. This means that although the aircraft is in a condition to fly, it is unable to do so because it requires certain parts that are not available.

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  • 15. 

    When an aircraft is broken and the status changes from FMC to NMC, what concept of reporting is this called?

    • A.

      Possession reporting

    • B.

      Status reporting

    • C.

      Assignment reporting

    • D.

      Exception reporting

    Correct Answer
    D. Exception reporting
    Explanation
    When an aircraft is broken and its status changes from FMC (Fully Mission Capable) to NMC (Not Mission Capable), it is considered an exception reporting. Exception reporting is a concept of reporting that focuses on reporting any deviations or exceptions from the normal or expected status. In this case, the change in status from FMC to NMC is an exception because it indicates that the aircraft is no longer in a fully operational state.

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  • 16. 

    What condition does the maintenance status code portray about the aerospace vehicle?

    • A.

      Non-effected configuration condition (within base specific AFI supplements)

    • B.

      Flyable condition

    • C.

      Working condition

    • D.

      Airworthiness condition

    Correct Answer
    D. Airworthiness condition
    Explanation
    The maintenance status code "Airworthiness condition" indicates that the aerospace vehicle is in a condition that meets the necessary requirements for safe operation and is considered fit to fly. This means that the vehicle has undergone the necessary maintenance and inspections to ensure its airworthiness and that it is in compliance with all applicable regulations and standards.

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  • 17. 

    What status code would you use for an aircraft that is flyable but cannot fly any of its assignedmissions due to a lack of parts?

    • A.

      NMCSA

    • B.

      NMCA

    • C.

      NMCB

    • D.

      NMCAS

    Correct Answer
    A. NMCSA
    Explanation
    NMCSA stands for Non-Mission Capable Supply Aircraft. This status code is used when an aircraft is flyable but cannot fly any of its assigned missions due to a lack of parts. It indicates that the aircraft is technically capable of flying, but is grounded due to a supply issue.

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  • 18. 

    An identification friend or foe (IFF) receiver transmitter was removed from aircraft 78–0049 formaintenance prior to takeoff. The aircraft can make this mission but will need the transmitter for the next mission. In what condition would this aircraft be reported?

    • A.

      PMCS

    • B.

      TPMCB

    • C.

      PMCB

    • D.

      PMCM

    Correct Answer
    D. PMCM
    Explanation
    The correct answer is PMCM. PMCM stands for Partial Mission Capable Maintenance, which means that the aircraft is capable of completing its current mission but requires maintenance before it can perform its next mission. In this scenario, the aircraft can still proceed with its current mission but will need the IFF transmitter to be reinstalled before it can undertake the next mission.

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  • 19. 

    What condition does the maintenance status code portray about the aerospace vehicle?

    • A.

      Non-effected configuration condition (within base specific AFI supplements)

    • B.

      Flyable condition

    • C.

      Working condition

    • D.

      Airworthiness condition

    Correct Answer
    D. Airworthiness condition
    Explanation
    The maintenance status code "Airworthiness condition" portrays that the aerospace vehicle is in a condition that meets the necessary requirements for safe flight. This indicates that the vehicle has undergone the required maintenance and inspections to ensure its airworthiness and is deemed fit for flying operations.

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  • 20. 

    At the unit level, what two activities are responsible for different facets of AFI 21–103 reporting?

    • A.

      P&S and Documentation

    • B.

      MOC and MOF PS&D

    • C.

      MDSA & PS&D

    • D.

      Unit AVDO and PS&D

    Correct Answer
    B. MOC and MOF PS&D
    Explanation
    The correct answer is MOC and MOF PS&D. MOC stands for Maintenance Operations Center, which is responsible for coordinating and managing maintenance activities. MOF PS&D stands for Maintenance Operations Flight Plans, Schedules, and Documentation, which involves creating and maintaining documentation related to maintenance operations. Together, these two activities are responsible for different facets of AFI 21-103 reporting, ensuring that maintenance operations are properly planned, executed, and documented.

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  • 21. 

    An identification friend or foe (IFF) receiver transmitter was removed from aircraft 78–0049 formaintenance prior to takeoff. The aircraft can make this mission but will need the transmitter for the next mission. In what condition would this aircraft be reported?

    • A.

      PMCS

    • B.

      TPMCB

    • C.

      PMCB

    • D.

      PMCM

    Correct Answer
    D. PMCM
    Explanation
    The correct answer, PMCM, stands for Partial Mission Capable Maintenance. This means that the aircraft is capable of completing the current mission, but requires the IFF transmitter to be fully mission capable for the next mission.

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  • 22. 

    What AFI governs specific reporting for status codes?

    • A.

      21-165

    • B.

      21-103

    • C.

      16-402

    • D.

      21-101

    Correct Answer
    B. 21-103
    Explanation
    AFI 21-103 governs specific reporting for status codes.

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  • 23. 

    At the unit level, what two activities are responsible for different facets of AFI 21–103 reporting?

    • A.

      P&S and Documentation

    • B.

      MOC and MOF PS&D

    • C.

      MDSA & PS&D

    • D.

      Unit AVDO and PS&D

    Correct Answer
    B. MOC and MOF PS&D
    Explanation
    MOC (Maintenance Operations Center) and MOF (Maintenance Operations Flight) are responsible for different facets of AFI 21-103 reporting at the unit level. MOC handles the coordination and management of maintenance activities, ensuring that resources are properly allocated and maintenance tasks are executed efficiently. MOF PS&D (Production Support and Documentation) focuses on providing support and documentation for maintenance operations, ensuring that accurate records are kept and maintenance actions are properly documented. Together, MOC and MOF PS&D work towards ensuring effective maintenance reporting and support at the unit level.

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  • 24. 

    To whom do you report maintenance and condition status codes?

    • A.

      This data is reported through the MAJCOMs to HQ AFMC and HQ USAF

    • B.

      This data is reported through the HQ USAF, and to the Secretary of Defense

    • C.

      This data is reported through MAJCOM, and all ACC bases

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. This data is reported through the MAJCOMs to HQ AFMC and HQ USAF
    Explanation
    Maintenance and condition status codes are reported through the MAJCOMs (Major Commands) to HQ AFMC (Air Force Materiel Command) and HQ USAF (United States Air Force). This implies that the responsibility of reporting this data lies with the MAJCOMs, who then transmit it to the higher headquarters for further analysis and decision-making. The other options mentioned, such as reporting to HQ USAF and the Secretary of Defense, or reporting through MAJCOM and all ACC (Air Combat Command) bases, are not mentioned as the correct reporting channels for maintenance and condition status codes.

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  • 25. 

    What AFI governs specific reporting for status codes?

    • A.

      21-165

    • B.

      21-103

    • C.

      16-402

    • D.

      21-101

    Correct Answer
    B. 21-103
    Explanation
    AFI 21-103 governs specific reporting for status codes.

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  • 26. 

    Once an aircraft has been assigned, who reports condition status on the aircraft?

    • A.

      P&S

    • B.

      MOC

    • C.

      Unit AVDO, MAJCOM AVDO

    • D.

      AVUM

    Correct Answer
    B. MOC
    Explanation
    The MOC (Maintenance Operations Center) is responsible for coordinating and overseeing all maintenance activities for the aircraft. As such, they are the ones who would report the condition status of the aircraft. They receive information from various sources, including the maintenance personnel, and compile it to provide an accurate assessment of the aircraft's condition. This information is crucial for making decisions regarding maintenance, repairs, and operational readiness of the aircraft.

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  • 27. 

    To whom do you report maintenance and condition status codes?

    • A.

      This data is reported through the MAJCOMs to HQ AFMC and HQ USAF

    • B.

      This data is reported through the HQ USAF, and to the Secretary of Defense

    • C.

      This data is reported through MAJCOM, and all ACC bases

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. This data is reported through the MAJCOMs to HQ AFMC and HQ USAF
    Explanation
    Maintenance and condition status codes are reported through the MAJCOMs (Major Commands) to HQ AFMC (Air Force Materiel Command) and HQ USAF (United States Air Force). This ensures that the information is shared and reported at the appropriate levels within the Air Force hierarchy.

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  • 28. 

    The reporting concept for aircraft status codes is that each aerospace vehicle is considered what?

    • A.

      FMCA

    • B.

      FMCB

    • C.

      FMC

    • D.

      FMCA

    Correct Answer
    C. FMC
    Explanation
    The reporting concept for aircraft status codes is that each aerospace vehicle is considered FMC (Fully Mission Capable).

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  • 29. 

    Once an aircraft has been assigned, who reports condition status on the aircraft?

    • A.

      P&S

    • B.

      MOC

    • C.

      Unit AVDO, MAJCOM AVDO

    • D.

      AVUM

    Correct Answer
    B. MOC
    Explanation
    After an aircraft has been assigned, the Maintenance Operations Center (MOC) is responsible for reporting the condition status of the aircraft. The MOC is a central hub that oversees and coordinates all maintenance activities for the aircraft. They are in charge of monitoring the condition of the aircraft and ensuring that it is in a serviceable state. The MOC is responsible for reporting any issues or maintenance requirements to the appropriate personnel, such as the maintenance technicians or the unit AVDO (Aviation Detachment Officer) and MAJCOM AVDO (Major Command Aviation Detachment Officer).

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  • 30. 

    Who is responsible for the actual reporting, and maintenance, of aircraft and missile conditionstatus?

    • A.

      MOC

    • B.

      MDSA

    • C.

      Depot

    • D.

      PS&D

    Correct Answer
    D. PS&D
    Explanation
    PS&D stands for Production, Scheduling, and Dispatch. In the context of aircraft and missile condition status, PS&D is responsible for the actual reporting and maintenance. They oversee the production process, schedule maintenance activities, and dispatch the necessary resources to ensure the proper condition of the aircraft and missiles. This includes regular inspections, repairs, and updates to maintain their operational readiness.

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  • 31. 

    The reporting concept for aircraft status codes is that each aerospace vehicle is considered what?

    • A.

      FMCA

    • B.

      FMCB

    • C.

      FMC

    • D.

      FMCA

    Correct Answer
    C. FMC
    Explanation
    The reporting concept for aircraft status codes is that each aerospace vehicle is considered FMC, which stands for Fully Mission Capable. This means that the aircraft is fully operational and capable of performing all its intended missions without any limitations or restrictions.

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  • 32. 

    The reporting concept for aircraft status codes is that each aerospace vehicle is considered what?

    • A.

      FMC

    • B.

      FMCB

    • C.

      FMCS

    • D.

      TFMCB

    Correct Answer
    A. FMC
    Explanation
    The correct answer is FMC. In the reporting concept for aircraft status codes, each aerospace vehicle is considered as FMC.

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  • 33. 

    Who is responsible for the actual reporting, and maintenance, of aircraft and missile conditionstatus?

    • A.

      MOC

    • B.

      MDSA

    • C.

      Depot

    • D.

      PS&D

    Correct Answer
    D. PS&D
    Explanation
    PS&D (Product Support and Distribution) is responsible for the actual reporting and maintenance of aircraft and missile condition status. They are tasked with ensuring that accurate and up-to-date information regarding the condition of the aircraft and missiles is reported and maintained. This includes monitoring and tracking the status of various components, conducting inspections, and coordinating necessary repairs or maintenance activities. PS&D plays a crucial role in ensuring the overall readiness and operational capability of the aircraft and missile systems.

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  • 34. 

    An identification friend or foe (IFF) receiver transmitter was removed from aircraft 78–0049 formaintenance prior to takeoff. The aircraft can make this mission but will need the transmitter forthe next mission. In what condition would this aircraft be reported?

    • A.

      PMCM

    • B.

      PMCB

    • C.

      PMCS

    • D.

      NMCB

    Correct Answer
    A. PMCM
    Explanation
    The aircraft would be reported as PMCM, which stands for Partial Mission Capable Maintenance. This means that the aircraft is capable of performing its current mission, but it requires maintenance before it can perform its next mission. Since the transmitter was removed and needed for the next mission, the aircraft cannot be fully mission capable and is therefore reported as PMCM.

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  • 35. 

    The reporting concept for aircraft status codes is that each aerospace vehicle is considered what?

    • A.

      FMC

    • B.

      FMCB

    • C.

      FMCS

    • D.

      TFMCB

    Correct Answer
    A. FMC
    Explanation
    The correct answer is FMC. The reporting concept for aircraft status codes is that each aerospace vehicle is considered as FMC.

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  • 36. 

    What status code would you use for an aircraft that is flyable but cannot fly any of its assignedmissions due to a lack of parts?

    • A.

      NMC

    • B.

      NMCB

    • C.

      NMCS

    • D.

      NMCSA

    Correct Answer
    D. NMCSA
    Explanation
    The correct answer is NMCSA. NMCSA stands for Non-Mission Capable Supply Aircraft. This status code is used when an aircraft is flyable but cannot fly its assigned missions due to a lack of parts. It indicates that the aircraft is technically capable of flying, but is unable to do so because it does not have the necessary parts or supplies.

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  • 37. 

    An identification friend or foe (IFF) receiver transmitter was removed from aircraft 78–0049 formaintenance prior to takeoff. The aircraft can make this mission but will need the transmitter forthe next mission. In what condition would this aircraft be reported?

    • A.

      PMCM

    • B.

      PMCB

    • C.

      PMCS

    • D.

      NMCB

    Correct Answer
    A. PMCM
    Explanation
    The correct answer is PMCM, which stands for Partial Mission Capable Maintenance. This means that the aircraft can still complete its current mission without the IFF transmitter, but it will require maintenance before it can be used for the next mission.

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  • 38. 

    What AFI governs specific reporting for status codes?

    • A.

      16-402

    • B.

      21-103

    • C.

      21-165

    • D.

      21-303

    Correct Answer
    B. 21-103
    Explanation
    AFI 21-103 governs specific reporting for status codes.

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  • 39. 

    What status code would you use for an aircraft that is flyable but cannot fly any of its assignedmissions due to a lack of parts?

    • A.

      NMC

    • B.

      NMCB

    • C.

      NMCS

    • D.

      NMCSA

    Correct Answer
    D. NMCSA
    Explanation
    NMCSA stands for Non-Mission Capable Supply Awaiting Parts. This status code is used for an aircraft that is flyable but cannot fly its assigned missions due to a lack of parts. It indicates that the aircraft is in working condition and can be flown once the necessary parts are available.

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  • 40. 

    To whom do you report maintenance and condition status codes?

    • A.

      Through the MAJCOM to HQ AFMC

    • B.

      Through the MAJCOM to HQ AFMC and HQ USAF

    • C.

      Through the HQ AFMC to HQ USAF

    • D.

      Through the HQ USAF to MAJCOM to HQ AFMC

    Correct Answer
    B. Through the MAJCOM to HQ AFMC and HQ USAF
    Explanation
    Maintenance and condition status codes are reported through the MAJCOM (Major Command) to both HQ AFMC (Air Force Materiel Command) and HQ USAF (United States Air Force). This means that the codes are first reported to the MAJCOM, which then forwards the information to both HQ AFMC and HQ USAF.

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  • 41. 

    What AFI governs specific reporting for status codes?

    • A.

      16-402

    • B.

      21-103

    • C.

      21-165

    • D.

      21-303

    Correct Answer
    B. 21-103
    Explanation
    AFI 21-103 governs specific reporting for status codes.

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  • 42. 

    What condition does the maintenance status code portray about the aerospace vehicle?

    • A.

      Full Mission Capable condition

    • B.

      Vehicle Compliance condition

    • C.

      Critical condition

    • D.

      Airworthiness condition

    Correct Answer
    D. Airworthiness condition
    Explanation
    The maintenance status code of "Airworthiness condition" indicates that the aerospace vehicle is in a condition that meets the required standards for safe operation. This means that the vehicle has undergone the necessary maintenance and inspections to ensure that it is in a condition to fly safely and is compliant with all airworthiness regulations.

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  • 43. 

    To whom do you report maintenance and condition status codes?

    • A.

      Through the MAJCOM to HQ AFMC

    • B.

      Through the MAJCOM to HQ AFMC and HQ USAF

    • C.

      Through the HQ AFMC to HQ USAF

    • D.

      Through the HQ USAF to MAJCOM to HQ AFMC

    Correct Answer
    B. Through the MAJCOM to HQ AFMC and HQ USAF
    Explanation
    Maintenance and condition status codes are reported through the MAJCOM (Major Command) to both HQ AFMC (Air Force Materiel Command) and HQ USAF (United States Air Force). This means that the reporting process involves providing the information to the higher command levels for both AFMC and USAF.

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  • 44. 

    At the unit level, what two activities are responsible for different facets of AFI 21–103 reporting?

    • A.

      MOC and PS&D

    • B.

      Plans and Scheduling & Documentation

    • C.

      MDSA & PS&D

    • D.

      MOC & MDSA

    Correct Answer
    A. MOC and PS&D
    Explanation
    MOC (Maintenance Operations Center) and PS&D (Plans, Scheduling & Documentation) are the two activities responsible for different facets of AFI 21-103 reporting at the unit level. MOC oversees and coordinates all maintenance operations, ensuring efficient execution and compliance with regulations. PS&D, on the other hand, handles the planning, scheduling, and documentation aspects of maintenance activities, ensuring proper records are maintained and schedules are adhered to. Together, these two activities play a crucial role in ensuring effective maintenance operations and reporting at the unit level.

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  • 45. 

    What condition does the maintenance status code portray about the aerospace vehicle?

    • A.

      Full Mission Capable condition

    • B.

      Vehicle Compliance condition

    • C.

      Critical condition

    • D.

      Airworthiness condition

    Correct Answer
    D. Airworthiness condition
    Explanation
    The maintenance status code "Airworthiness condition" portrays that the aerospace vehicle is in a state of being airworthy. This means that the vehicle meets all the necessary requirements and standards for safe operation in flight. It indicates that the vehicle is in a condition where it can be operated without any significant risks or concerns regarding its performance or safety.

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  • 46. 

    At the unit level, what two activities are responsible for different facets of AFI 21–103 reporting?

    • A.

      MOC and PS&D

    • B.

      Plans and Scheduling & Documentation

    • C.

      MDSA & PS&D

    • D.

      MOC & MDSA

    Correct Answer
    A. MOC and PS&D
    Explanation
    MOC (Maintenance Operations Center) and PS&D (Plans, Scheduling, and Documentation) are the two activities responsible for different facets of AFI 21-103 reporting at the unit level. MOC is responsible for coordinating and managing maintenance operations, ensuring that all maintenance activities are carried out effectively and efficiently. PS&D, on the other hand, is responsible for creating and maintaining plans, schedules, and documentation related to maintenance operations. Both activities play crucial roles in ensuring that maintenance operations are properly planned, executed, and documented, ultimately contributing to the overall success of AFI 21-103 reporting.

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