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1

3M consists of what two subsystems

PMS planned maintenance system
MDS maintenance data system

2

What are the 3 types of scheduling to control maintenance

Cycle, Quarterly, Weekly

3

What are the two types of maintenance

Corrected and preventative

4

What does LOEP stand for?

List of effective pages

5

What is LOEP?

List each separate and independent system in the control of your individual work center, outlining maintenance index pages listed in your work center

6

What does MIP stand for?

Mainenance index page

7

What is MIP?

Prepared and issued for each installed system for PMS support established. Each is an index of all applicable maintenance required cards to a ships system, subsystem, and equipment.

8

What are MRC cards

Provide the detailed procedures for performing the preventative maintenance and state who, what, when and how the action is to be preformed

9

What does EGL stand for?

Equipment guide list

10

What is the EGL?

Accompanies the MRC to serve as location guides for identical equipment requiring the same PMS

11

What is the Accountability Log

Contains 13 weeks of scheduled planned maintenance accounted by the individual's

12

the blade of the standard screw driver should fill ___ of the screw slot.

75%

13

philips screw driver should fill ___ of the screw slot.

100%

14

reed and price screws are generally used in...

air frames

15

when using a wrench you should always apply twisting force from...

the fixed jaw

16

which torque wrench makes an audible click when you reach desired torque

micrometer

17

hack saws cut on the ____ stroke

push

18

hack saw blades should be installed facing ______ from the handle

away

19

electric extension cords used with portable power tools should be no longer that ____ feet and no more that ___ cords connected together

25, 2

20

Block and tackle: Sheave is...

the wheel over which the rope runs

21

block and tackle: Swallow is...

the opening through which the rope passes

22

block and tackle: Strap is...

the frame work that holds the block together and supports the pin on which the sheave rotates

23

block and tackle: Fall is...

the rope that runs through the block and tackle

24

block and tackle: Hauling...

the part of the fall leading from one of the blocks upon which the power is exerted

25

block and tackle: Standing part...

the end of the fall that is attached to one of the blocks

26

block and tackle: Running block...

the block that is attached to the object to be moved

27

nylon rope is...

synthetic fiber that stretches under load and yet will recover to normal size

28

what is the critical stretch point of nylon rope

40%

29

at what stretch point will nylon rope part

50%

30

what is safe working load of nylon rope

1/3 or 40%

31

small stuff refers to

1-3/4 in or smaller

32

HAWSER refers to

5 inches or larger

33

stabilizing lines

4 each, 50 foot length intended for attachment between aircraft and crane to prevent oscillations while the load is suspended in transit from the salvage site

34

tag lines...

4 each, 100 foot lengths, these are hand help stabilizing lines

35

securing lines...

sufficient quantity and random lengths. these are used to secure equipment such as an aircraft to a dolly and a dolly to flight deck during jettison.

36

tending lines...

4 each, 100 foot in length these are used primarily for personal safety when using safety harness

37

wire rope

made of single wires twisted together to form strand, these are in turn twisted together in the opposite direction to form the wire rope

38

performed

a performed wire, each strand is shaped so that it lies in with the others, the way a stand does in a line makes wire more flexible

39

spring lay

often used for wires that requires a good deal of handling, such as mooring wires each strand in spring lay in composed partly of wire and partly fiber, this construction increases the flexibility but reduces the strength of spring lay considerably compared to that of an steel wire rope

40

A/S 32A-30A used primarily

for towing mobile support equipment such as starting units, mobile electric power plants, work stands, and other tractors. secondary mission to tow light aircraft and helps and munition trailers. Shore based and used in hangers and warehouses.

41

weight of 32A-30A

6970 LBS

42

fuel capacity of 32A-30A

12 gal

43

32A-30A towing capacity

40,000

44

32A-30A turning radius

142"

45

32A-30A tire pressure

50 psi

46

32A-32 is primarily used

in hanger bay (Spotting dolly)

47

32A-32 gross weight

11,500

48

32A-32 draw bar pull

14,000

49

32A-32 maximum lifting capacity

16,000

50

32A-32 maximum speed loaded and unloaded

2 mph loaded
5 mph unloaded

51

32A-32 turning radius

0"

52

32A-32 ground clearance

5"

53

32A-31A primarily used...

Flight deck

54

32A-31A gross weight

12,400

55

32A-31A ground clearance

7 1/2

56

32A-31A draw bar pull

8,500

57

32A-31A front and rear tire pressure

70 psi and 60 psi

58

32A-31A fuel capacity

85 gals

59

32A-31A turning radius

132"

60

32A-42 is primary used for...

Aircraft Mid Range Tow Vehicle is shore based tractor designed for towing aircraft weighing up to 100,000 lbs

61

NWC-4 is..

aircraft wheel chock

62

NWC-4 is adjustable up to

45 inches

63

metal chocks are authorized for use ashore (T/F)

FALSE

64

shore stations chocks are found in three sizes that are...

tires less than 33", tires over 33", and duel wheel chocks

65

TD-1A safe working load

10,000

66

TD-1A incorrectly installed working load

6000

67

TD-1A can be adjusted from...

1.6 ft.in to 9.10 Ft. in

68

Aero full-power tie down has a working load of ____ and wights ____

30,000 and 102

69

deck tie downs have a working load per bar of ______

18,000

70

deck tie towns have a overall vertical tie down of ______

36,000

71

A/S 32A-37

shore based tractor used to move large heavy shore based aircraft available in two configurations, class 1 and class 2

72

A/S 37A-3

shipboard mobile electric power plant (MEPP) replacement for NC-2A designed to provide 115 volts, 3 phase, 400hz or 28 vdc electrical power for aircraft onboard ships

73

A/S 37A-3 gross weight

5060

74

A/S 37A-3 turning radius

13 Ft

75

A/S 37A-3 fuel cap

18

76

A/S 37A-3 hydralic drive pressure

1500
2400 max

77

A/S 37A-3 length, width, height

102 Length
58 Width
45 1/2 Height

78

A/S 37A-3 ground clearance

7"

79

ALBAR stands for

adjustable length towbar

80

ALBAR 8 length and weight

9 feet, 128 lbs

81

ALBAR 15 length and weight

15 feet, 170 lbs

82

ALBAR 20 length and weight

20 feet, 218 lbs

83

ALBAR 24 length and weight

25 ft, 255 lbs

84

albar towing cap

8,15,24 - 90,000 LBS
20 - 20,000 LBS

85

what aircraft is ALBAR 24 intended for

SH-60 helo

86

what aircraft is albar 8 intended for

H-46 shipboard CH-53E with IFR probe

87

what is albar 15 intended for

AV-8 shipboard C-2, E-2, FA-18, H-46 land,
CH-53e without IFR probe
T-6, T-34, T-44,
TH-57 exchange fittings,
UC-12, MV-22 without probe

88

what aircraft are albar 20 intended for

land based AV-8, TAV-8, FA-18, CH-53E, MV-22

89

shelf life of non skid

12 months

90

long term storage temp of non skid

55-100

91

24 hours prior to mixing non skid primer or color topping temp

70-80

92

ambient air temp to lay non skid

55-100

93

deck temp to lay nonskid

55-100

94

relative humidity non skid

85%

95

dew point to lay non skid

deck temp must me 5 degrees above dew point

96

type I non skid

high durability
rollable deck coating

97

type II non skid

standard durability
rollable or troweled deck coating

98

type III

standard durability
rollable resilient deck coating for use on exterior wooden decks, GRP, or metal decks where flexability is required and where increased weight is not a factor.

99

type IV

standard durability
sprayable deck coating

100

type I comp G service life and comp L landings

12 months (G) and 10,000 landing (L)

101

type II comp G service life and L landings

6 months, Landing 5000

102

type III and IV service life

6 months

103

composition G is

general use and has abrasive coating available in each system

104

composition L is

limited use non abrasive used on CV/CVN landing areas only found in type I and type II systems

105

what is abrasive blast

the process in which the non skid coating is removed and a 3 - 4.5 mil profile is left in deck metal.

106

what is the most effective method of removing non skid

centrifugal blasting

107

what is centrifugal blasting

steel shot being thrown at the coating by the use of a vaned wheel

108

what technique eliminates dust, pollution, and disposal requirements

hydro blasting

109

what is hydro blasting

fresh water striking the surface to remove existing coating

110

hydro blasting operates at what pressures

10,000-25,000 psi

111

advantages of hydro blasting

no dust pollution, less waste to dispose, illumination of FOD and less disruption to other ship work

112

non skid primer should be stored at what temps

70-80 degree for 24 hours prior to mixing

113

what is the desirable dry film thickness (DFT)

2 to 4 mil

114

what is primer cure time

between 6 to 12 hours

115

after surface is blasted, primer should be applied...

as soon as possible less than one hour

116

if it has been fewer than 36 hours since the surface has been blasted what action should you take before applying primer

inspect surface, clean or dry as need

117

if it has been between 36-72 hours since the surface has been blasted what action should you take before applying primer

wipe surface with lint free rag and solvent

118

if it has been between 3-7 days since the surface has been blasted what action should you take before applying primer

wipe surface with lint free rag
solvent lightly
sand surface
repeat wipe down
apply a primer tack coat (1-2 mils)

119

if it has been more than 7 days since the surface has been blasted what action should you take before applying primer

reblast area to a near white surface
reprime

120

for max performance non skid should be applied within __ hours of primer coating

36

121

the targeted surface profile of properly cured non skid should be between ___ minimum to ___ maximum

1/32" and 1/16"

122

T/F. spraying of non skid is authorized on the flight deck

FALSE

123

who's guidance must you get before using trowel to apply non skid

TYCOM

124

do not apply nonskid within __ of deck edge and within __ of padeye

5" 2"

125

how long should non skid cure before allowing foot traffic

24 hours

126

how long should non skid cure before allowing vehicular traffic

96 hours

127

when is non skid fully cured

7 days

128

VLA: catwalk platform landing

rectangular box laid out with 2" white boarder
length determined by size of platform

129

VLA: centerline

36" wide alternating
45 foot long
yellow and white segments

130

VLA: catapult safe parking or shot lines

42ft from center of cat line starts forward JBD runs to deck edge bow cats shall have 2'' wide lines of alternating red and white 72'' segments waist cats shall have 2'' yellow lines

131

VLA: catapult aircraft aligning marks

used to align aircraft on cats marking shall be 2'' wide and 10 ft long markings are white except when they interfer with ladder lines then they shall be yellow

132

VLA: catapult steam smothering markings

black in color with 3'' white letters "STEAM" 18" wide on the coaming when painted on non skid 5'' white letters

133

VLA: JBD

6" wide yellow lines surrounding it

134

VLA: barricade stanchion

4" border alternating red and yellow

135

VLA: safe parking lines

foul line 2" line with 72" alternating red and white

136

VLA: AFFF

green white 3'' letters AFFF 8'' on coaming

137

VLA: ship identification number

37. 5 foot high on flight deck using 4" wide white outline top of the number should start 8 feet aft of bow 30" from centerline

138

all hanger deck markings are __ feet from deck

14

139

VLA: hangerdeck AFFF

18" green square with 5" white letters

140

hanger bay frame numbers are placed in __ frame intervals

10

141

a smoldering fire is

the beginning and is not growing in size or intensity

142

a flaming fire is

size and intensity increases to a rapid self sustaining combustion

143

what is heat

produced by a chemical chain reaction called oxidation

144

what is fuel

could be a solid, vapor, or a liquid

145

what is oxygen

a fire need oxygen to breath

146

alpha fire

solid materials wood, paper, clothes,

147

how to extinguish alpha fire

water at low or high velocity fog pattern

148

bravo fire

fuels

149

extinguish bravo fire

AFFF, PKP, CO2, halon 1211
NEVER use water it will spread the fuel

150

charlie fire

electric

151

extinguish c fire

shut off power to equipment
CO2, PKP as last resort

152

delta fire

combustable metals

153

extinguish d fire

water in large quantities

154

halon 1211 discharge temp

0-15 F

155

halon 1211 is not effective on ____ fires

delta

156

halon 1211 is identified by a _____ __ band on bottle

silver 6"

157

PKP used on _____ fires and last resort on _____

bravo and charlie

158

PKP is compatible with ____

AFFF

159

PKP is identified by _____ __ on bottle

purple 6"

160

AFFF is _____ colored and _____ liquid

amber, syrupy

161

AFFF is used primarily on _____ and effective on ____

bravo and alpha

162

AFFF can be used with

halon 1211 PKP and CO2

163

CO2 is a

colorless, tastless, oderless gas non corrosive

164

CO2 is discharged at ___ degrees

-110 F

165

CO2 has an expansion rate of

450 to 1

166

CO2 primarily used on ___ but can be used on ___ fires

charlie and bravo

167

CO2 can be identified by a _____ __ band on bottle

yellow 6"

168

what is a flash point

temperature at which oil or fuel will give off a vapor that will flash or burn momentarily when ignited

169

flash point of aviation gas and spread rate

-50 degrees
700-800 feet per minute

170

flash point of jp-4 and spread rate

-10 degrees
700-800 feet per minute

171

flash point of jp-5 and spread rate

140 degrees
100 feet per minute

172

flash point of jp-8 and spread rate

100 degrees
100 feet per minute

173

LOX boils into gaseous oxygen at

-297 F

174

TMU-70M is a LOX tank used...

aboard ship

175

the LOW trailer 50 gallon type no 4 is used

ashore

176

three parts of a LOX cart

50 gallon storage tank,
4 gallon transfer tank a system of lines and control valves

177

anti icing fluids have a mixture of ___ alcohol and ___ glycerin

85% and 15%

178

anti icing fluids burn with

an invisible flame

179

rummer tires ignite at

500-600 degrees

180

how should wheel fires be approched

45 degree angle

181

what aircraft have carbon graphite fibers

F/18 and AV-8B

182

at what degree with epoxy binders ignite and be released into the air

752

183

1 1/2 non collapsible hose GPM, how many people man the hose

125 GPM and 3-5

184

2 1/2 collapsible hose GPM, how many people man the hose

250 GPM and 5-7

185

TAU is

twin agent unit fire extinguishing duel agent apparatus

186

TAUs are used on ____ fires and have ____ and ___

bravo, AFFF, PKP

187

TAU agents are propelled by ____ cylinder

nitrogen

188

TAU-2 and TAU-2A are

frame mounted unit for ship use

189

TAU is

mounted on the rear of a tow tractor or trailer

190

TAU-2 contains ___ gal of AFFF premixed solutions and ____ pounds of PKP

80, 200

191

TAU-2a contains ___ gallons of AFFF and ___ of pkp

86, 200

192

A/s32P-16A (P-16/A) is powered by

2 cycle 4 cylinder liquid cooler diesel engine and contains hydrostatic drive system with front wheel power steering

193

A/s32P-16A (P-16/A) has _ storage tanks designed to carry ____ gals of AFFF and ____ lbs of Halon 1211.

P-16/A has 2 storage tanks
375 gals AFFF,
400 lbs of halon 1211

194

A/s32P-16A (P-16/A) is equipped with __ foot twinned hose handline a single ___ ft handline and a driver operated turret

80, 100

195

P-25s water tank carries ____ gallons

750

196

P-25 carries __ gallons of AFFF

60

197

P-25 has __ fire hose fittings

2

198

P-25 has __ halon bottles

3

199

the p-25 handline is

100 feet long,
1 1/2 non collapsible that has 95 gpm

200

A/S32A-36A is

amphibious assault ship crash crane AACC

201

A/S32A-36A AACC has a lifting cap of

70,000

202

A/S32A-36A AACC idles at

900 rpm

203

A/S32A-36A AACC operates at ____ rpm

1800

204

A/S32A-35A is

carrier vessel crash crane CVCC

205

A/S32A-35A CVCC main hoist lifting speed of

0-60 feet per minute unloaded and 0-20 loaded

206

A/S32A-35A CVCC maximum travel speed of __ unloaded and ___loaded

5, 3

207

20-K is

crash fork lift

208

crash fork lift has a maximum safe lifting cap of _______ at ___ load centers

20,000 at 24''

209

aircraft crash dollies are capable of supporting _____ lb loads

32,000

210

new E-28 tape has a breaking strength of

150,000