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1

Identify the minimum requirements for aircrew PPE

- Flight suit
- Aviator boots
- Anti-g garment
- Helmet
- Survival radio/beacon
- Gloves
- ID tags
- Knife
- Survival kit
- Flashlight
- Life preserver
- Laser eye protection

2

Purpose of the Environmental Control System (ECS)

Used to help make the pilot comfortable

Used for cooling avionics

3

Purpose of the Oxygen Mask

Provides oxygen to the pilot

Operates at depths up to 16 ft

4

Type of Oxygen Regulator

CRU-103/P

Chest mounted

5

Type of Life Preserver

LPU-36/P - floatation collar device

Flu-8B/P - automatic/manual inflation assembly

6

Purpose of the Anti-g suit

Inflates to apply pressure on the body and restrict the downward flow of blood to prevent blacking out

7

Purpose of the Egress System Checkout Certification Program

Done to ensure and inform crew the dangers of working in and around the cockpit

8

Define Hypoxia

Lack of oxygen

9

Define Anoxia

Death due to lack of oxygen

10

Two types of Aviator's Breathing Oxygen (ABO)

Type 1 - Gaseous oxygen (older system)
Type 2 - Liquid oxygen

11

Purpose of the Dry Bay Suppression system (DBFSS)

Suppresses fire to prevent further spreading of fire

- 14 optical sensors
- 6 dry bay extinguishers
- Fire suppression control alarm

12

Purpose of the Parachute Harness Sensing Release Unit (PHSRU)

When activated by sea water, it releases the parachute from the seat to prevent pilot from drowning

13

Type of ejection seat in the Growler

SJU-17A (V) 2/A

14

What are the two modes of operation for the canopy system?

- Normal
- Emergency

15

Explain the Bleed Air System

Supplies hot, high pressure engine bleed air for the:
- ECS
- OBOGS
- External fuel tank pressurizatoin

16

Explain the Air Cycle Conditioning System

Cools and conditions engine bleed air for use in ECS and other systems

17

Explain the On-Board Oxygen Generating System (OBOGS)

Used to generate and distribute oxygen the crew

Other contaminants are thrown overboard

18

Explain the Emergency Oxygen System

Located under the seat, is about 100 cubic inches and provides pilot about 10 min of oxygen

19

Discuss the saftey precautions that apply to the Canopy Operation

- Do not leave canopy in a medium position. ensure the canopy is all the up or closed

- Do not use battery power to open canopy below 0 degrees F