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1

What type of fuselage structure does the E6-B have?

The E6-B has a modified 707 semi-monocoque structure.

2

What type of engine powers the E6-B?

Four CFM-56-2A-2 high bypass-ratio turbo fan engines.

3

What is the maximum gross weight (taxi weight) of the E6-B?

342,000 pounds

4

What is the maximum landing weight of the E6-B?

250,000 lbs

5

What is the structural weight of the E-6B?

230,000 lbs

6

What is the zero fuel weight of the E-6B?

190,000 lbs

7

What is the maximum weight that the E-6B can be towed?

342,000 lbs

8

What is the maximum altitude of the E-6B?

45,000 ft

9

Name the primary exits of the E-6B.

- Forward main entry door
- Aft main entry door
- Bail out door

10

What makes the exits the primary evacuation routes?

They have escape slides

11

Name the secondary exits of the E6-B.

- Forward and Aft lower lobe
- Pilot and Co-pilot windows
- The battery access door
- Port and Starboard over wing doors

12

How are the brakes and tires numbered on the E6-B?

- The main mount tires and brakes are numbered left to right, forward to aft.
- Reference: A1-E6AAB-WUC-800

13

How many jacking points are on the E-6B?

- 13 jacking points, 5 for the wheels and 8 for the A/C

14

What breaker remains open when utilizing 2 power sources?

The split system breaker

15

What are vortex generators?

They are used to disrupt the flow of air to create lift.

16

How many vortex generators can be missing before the A/C is down?

Two from any surface but never next to each other.

17

How many grounding points are on the A/C?

12

18

Where are all of the grounding points located?

- 2 on 324 fuselage
- 2 on 820 fuselage
- 1 on fueling receptacle
- 3 on the upper left wing
- 4 on the upper right wing

19

How is the grounding wire connected and disconnected from the A/C?

- Connect: Static ground then the A/C
- Disconnect: A/C then the static ground