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1

Research has shown that the majority of explosive mishaps are caused by personnel error due to inadequate training , lack of adequate supervision , lack of or inadequate SOP's , and what other reasons

Complacency and failure to follow the governing technical directives

2

All Navy personnel under the scope of the QUAL/CERT instruction , includes officers , enlisted , and what other personnel

Government employees

3

Which of the following personnel work under the QUAL/CERT program

Ammunition and Explosives stowage/issue personnel

4

Which of the following types of magazines are provided on ships

Ammunition cargo holds , primary , universal , missile , ready-service , lockers , and chemical

5

Aboard a CVN , which of the following types of magazines is capable of holding a ship's service allowance for ammunition

Primary

6

The Navy Personnel Ammunition and Explosives Handling Qualification and Certification Program is governed by what instruction

OPNAVINST 8023.24

7

What type of magazine is located within the armor box and is used for the stowage of completely assembled rounds of weapons

Ready service

8

Generally , each magazine aboard ship is designed to hold a total of how many types of ammunition

One

9

When mixed ammunition stowage must be used , you should refer to the stowage tables listed in what NAVSEA publication

OP 4

10

If a magazine without environmental control shows a temperature in excess of 100 F , what action should you take

Use portable ventilation

11

A MK 58 marine location markers NOT in an original watertight sealed container should be stowed in which of the following magazines

A magazine without sprinkler

12

Sprinkler systems are fitted in which of the following magazines

Primary , ready service , and missile magazines

13

What minimum number of thermostats should be installed in each magazine

Two

14

What minimum amount of air space should be provided between any ammunition stowage stack and the surface of adjacent playing or sheathing

2 inches

15

Aboard ship , magazine inspections are mandatory according to what OPNAV instruction

4790.4

16

The maximum and minimum temperature conditions in a magazine should be observed , recorded , and reported at least how often

Daily

17

There are a total of how many basic types of hoists

Three

18

Any piece of handling equipment that has satisfactorily passed a periodic load test should be marked with which of the following information

All answers are correct
A. Test expiration date
B. Name of the testing activity
C. SWL

19

What are the two major classifications of weapons elevators

Lower stage and upper stage

20

What weapons elevators provide weapons transportation to the flight deck

Upper stage , wire rope elevator

21

An ordnance mishap is most likely to occur under which of the following conditions

When weapons or explosive are removed from proper stowage environment

22

Pier side ammunition handling operations may be conducted after daylight hours under which of the following conditions

Ship's CO/Master has approved the night ordnance handling operations

23

An ordnance item is classified as HERO susceptible if proved (by tests or analysis ) to contain which of the following items

EEDs

24

Detailed information pertaining to electromagnetic radiation hazards is contained in which of the following publications

NAVSEA OP 3565/NAVAIR 16-1-529

25

the navy personnel ammunition and explosive handling qualification and certification (qual/cert) program was established by the chief of naval operations(cno) as a result of the catastrophic MK-24 parachute flare accident on the USS Oriskany in what year that led to significant loss of life and major ship damage

1966

26

what is training needed by an individual but has not been identified as a formal training

informal

27

what will ensure that personnel being trained achieve and maintain the of expertise necessary to ensure an accident free explosive safety program

OJT

28

document informal training , including OJT , using what form

OPNAV 8020/4

29

the TYCOM or REGCOM , as appropriate , must provide a written approval for the break out and use of live AE for training to achieve qualification. this written approval should be retained as part of the individual training record for a period of how many years

2

30

who is responsible for the commands qual/cert program

CO

31

Qual/cert board members should be in what grade or higher(or civilian equivalent) and designated by name , in writing by individual letter , by the CO/OIC

E-6

32

what WTC is the physical act of breaking out , unpacking , inspecting , counting (inventory control) , lifting , transporting , repositioning , or packaging of AE by hand or with the use of powered/pneumatic equipment

WTC 1 (handling)

33

what WTC is the physical act of stowing explosive/explosive devices in designated and approved locations . such as holding areas , explosive magazines , and ready service lockers

WTC 2 (storage/stowage )

34

what WTC is used when assembly/disassembly is authorized in applicable weapons assembly manuals , technical manual , SOPs , and checklist

WTC 3 (assembly/disassembly)

35

what WTC is the physical act of mating an AUR with its launching device to include racks/launchers , fixed gun systems , automatic loading systems , torpedo tubes , etc., from which delivery/initiation can be accomplished

WTC 4 (load/download)

36

what WTC applies to those procedures contained in the arm/dearm section of the applicable governing technical manuals , checklists, and MRCs that place and explosive/explosive device or system in an armed or safe condition

WTC 5 (arm/dearm)

37

what WTC is the physical act of installing/removing explosive devices , such as aircraft egress systems , cable cutters , fire extinguishers cartridges , and non-aircraft support cartridges/CADs

WTC 6 (install/remove)

38

what WTC is the physical act of conducting a test on components ? built in test(BIT) , programming , reprogramming , and press letting are included in the WTC

WTC 7 (testing)

39

at what qualification standards and certification level is the person aware of basic safety precautions for the task and AE concerned , has received either formal or informal training and/or OJT and has been recommended by their immediate supervisor

team member

40

who is defined as the person responsible for safety assurance at each individual handling evolution location

safety observer

41

what designates the authorized spaces and provides storage plan templates where ammunition and explosives are stowed , assembled or temporarily held in readiness

NAVSEASYSCOM

42

what provides stowage plan templates for aviation magazines

NAVAIRSYSCOM

43

what refers to ammunition stowage areas in the immediate vicinity of the launcher , gun or aircraft where the ammunition is used

ready service

44

where stowage for ammunition is provided by lockers , chests , or racks that are permanently secured to the ships structure , their location cannot be changed without prior approval of what

NAVSEASYSCOM

45

portable ventilation systems should be used to prevent overheating or condensation of moisture if a magazine without controls shows a temperature in excess of what temperature

100 degrees F

46

how many alarms are commonly associated with all magazine sprinkler systems

3

47

there should be an air space of not less than how many inches between any ammunition stowage stack and the surface of adjacent plating and sheathing

2

48

the magazine itself should be inspected at least how often and prior to securing the magazine after any loading , downloading , or magazine maintenance

daily

49

the magazine temperature record cards are retained on file for a period of how long

1 year

50

what are used during weapons assembly to lift a weapon form the handling equipment or pallets to the assembly stands and from the assembly stand to the handling equipment

hoists

51

there are three basic types of hoists---manually-powered , electrically powered , and what else

pneumatically powered

52

transported ordnance can either be moved in the AUR Ready-For-Issue (RFI) configuration , the component configuration , or palletized as a what

Fleet Issue Unit Load (FIUL)

53

handling large quantities of explosive munitions at piers is limited to those designated by NAVSEASYSCOM as what

explosive piers

54

even though a ship is located at an explosive anchorage , transferring ammunition is restricted to daylight hours. normally the ship remains at anchorage until the entire evolution is completed , which may vary from 1 to how many days

5

55

the functional characteristics of electrically-initiated ordnance cause what

Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance (HERO)

56

what term applies to radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic fields of sufficient intensity to combustibles of actuate electro-explosive devices

RADHAZ (radiation hazards)

57

a testing program sponsored by what determines the susceptibility of ordnance to RF environments

NAVSEASYSCOM

58

an ordnance item is classified as what if proved (by tests or analysis) to contain EEDs to be adversely affected by RF energy to the point safety and/or reliability of the system is in jeopardy when the system is used in its expected RF environments

HERO susceptible

59

HERO unsafe ordnance should NEVER be exposed to what type of environment

RF

60

what is a set of directions for mitigating the HERO restrictions on ships and shore stations

HERO EMCOM Bill

61

who determines if an ordnance item is HERO safe , HERO susceptible, or HERO unsafe

AO