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The majority of all aircraft accidents/incidents occur:

During approach or departure at the ends of the airport runways

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85% of crash victims die from:

Smoke inhalation

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What percent of crashes occur during takeoff and landing?

65-70%

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What rule of structural fire fighting applies to entering a burning aircraft?

2 in 2 out

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What are the incident classifications for aircraft emergencies?

-Alert 1

-Alert 2

-Alert 3

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This classification is used when only a single AFR unit needs to standby or investigate:

Alert 1

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Smoke, fumes, electrical problems, and warning lights are the most common causes for this classification:

Alert 2

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An Alert 2 C is for:

Cargo or small plane

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An Alert 2 H is for:

Commercial aircraft

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A confirmed aircraft incident has occurred is this classification:

Alert 3

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This is a small turbine engine housed in the tail or underside of the aircraft that must be turned off during emergencies:

Auxiliary Power Unit

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A metal rod slid into place at the bottom of the doors after the cabin is closed:

Girt Bar

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What is the only indicator when on the outside of the aircraft that the emergency slide is armed

Visual warning strap the flight crew places across the window in the door itself

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What are the 2 categories of aircraft crashes?

1. Low Impact

2. High Impact

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Characteristics of Low Impact crash:

Intact fuselage. Higher probability of survival

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Characteristics of High Impact crash:

Severe damage to fuselage

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What are the 3 aircraft types?

1. General Aviation

2. Commercial

3. Military

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Air carrier flight crews are trained to evacuate the aircraft in ___ seconds:

90 seconds

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Aircraft door orientation is based on:

The pilot seated in the cockpit (His left and right)

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What is ARFF 1?

ARFF Batt chief SUV

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What is ARFF 2?

ARFF Captain's 4 door truck with utility bed

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What is ARFF 3, 4, and 6?

Crash Trucks

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What is ARFF 5?

Rapid Intervention Vehicle

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What is ARFF 9?

Aircraft stair truck

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High pressure hydraulic lines have pressures in excess of:

3000 psi

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Forcible entry should be tried through the ______ of the aircraft:

Sides

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What tactical radio channel is for ARFF incidents?

FireTAC 301

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The primary staging gate is:

E140

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What are the 4 designated standby locations around the airport?

1. Gate E140 @ 10185 Hotel Dr

2. Gate W280 @ 3300 Emma Browning Ave

3. Gate W195 @ 9401 Cargo Ave

4. Gate E245 @ 4309 Emma Browning Ave

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Where should fire attack entry into a commercial aircraft occur?

Over the wing exit doors

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