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1

What is the CFETP used for?

To plan, develop, manage, and conduct an effective and efficient career field training program

2

Name the four types of training on which CFETP focuses:

-Initial skill training
-Upgrade training (UGT)
-Qualification training (QT) *actual hands on training*
-Continuation training (CT)

3

What type of training does the formal resident course at Keesler AFB provide?

Initial skill training

4

Name the Air Force publication that serves as a training contract between AETC and our 1C5X1 functional managers. And what section of the CFETP can it be found?

-Specialty training standard (STS)
-Part II, Section A

5

What official guide contains an overview of all the different career fields and establishes the occupational structure of the AF enlisted force?

The Air Force enlisted classification directory (AFECD)

6

List the AFSC skill levels and their names: *6

1C511-helper
1C531-apprentice
1C551-journeyman
1C571-craftsman
1C591-superintendent
1C500-manager (CMSgt)

7

What is added to the beginning of an AFSC to identify an ability, skill, special qualification, or system? What is added to the end of the AFSC that identifies specific equipment, functions or positions?

prefix
suffix/shredout

8

What is a three-character code that identifies special experience and training not otherwise identified within the military personnel data system?

Special experience identifier (SEI)

9

State the 5 progressive readiness conditions, the description and the exercise term:

DEFCON 5—(Exercise term: FADE OUT) normal readiness situation exists.
DEFCON4—(Exercise term: DOUBLE TAKE) increased intelligence watch and
strengthened security measures.
DEFCON 3—(Exercise term: ROUND HOUSE) an increase in force readiness above that
required for normal readiness.
DEFCON 2—(Exercise term: FAST PACE) a further increase in force readiness but less than
maximum readiness.
DEFCON 1—(Exercise term: COCKED PISTOL) maximum force readiness.

10

Emergency conditions consist of ___ conditions, what are they?

2
defense emergency and air defense emergency

11

Describe Defense emergency and state its exercise term.

A defense emergency (DE) exists when a confirmed major attack is made upon US or allied forces
overseas, or an overt attack of any type is made upon the US.
HOT BOX

12

List, describe and name the exercise term of the attack warning conditions.

Air Defense Warning White—(Exercise term: SNOW MAN)—Attack by hostile aircraft,
space vehicles, or missiles is no longer considered probable.
Air Defense Warning Yellow—(Exercise term: LEMON JUICE)—Attack by hostile aircraft,
space vehicles, or missiles is probable.
Air Defense Warning Red—(Exercise term: APPLE JACK)—Attack by hostile aircraft,
space vehicles, or missiles is imminent or in progress.

13

Describe Air Defense emergency and state its emergency term.

An air defense emergency (ADE) exists when attack upon the continental United States (CONUS),
Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, or US installations in Greenland by hostile aircraft, missiles, or space
vehicles is considered probable, imminent, or is taking place
BIG NOISE

14

Who are the military authorities for the emergency security control of air traffic (ESCAT) plan in
the forty-eight contiguous states, including Washington, D.C., and Alaska?

Commander NORAD or individual NORAD region/sector commanders

15

How many priorities are contained in the ESCAT air traffic priority list (EATPL)?

8

16

Which priority of the EATPL includes the President of the United States and the Prime Minister
of Canada?

priority 1

17

How many lines of latitude and longitude are there?

latitude= 90 lines
longitude=180 lines

18

Why are latitude and longitude always read from the lower to the higher?

We always read latitude and longitude from the lower to the higher
numbers because positions are always expressed as distance from the equator and the prime meridian

19

Into what size zones does MGRS divide the earth’s surface and how are these zones designated?

MGRS divide the earth into narrow zones 6° of longitude in width beginning at the 180° meridian. The
zones are numbered 1 through 60 from this reference point

20

What type of construction does GARS provide?

Two-dimensional

21

What is a burst of energy transmitted by a radar sensor through the atmosphere or space?

Radio wave

22

List the basic radar components and briefly describe them: *9

-Synchronizer-the “brain”,coordinates the operation of the
various parts of the radar
-Frequency generator
-Modulator-provide an
extremely large, very short, square-wave pulse of DC voltage to the transmitter
-Transmitter-deliver a series of high-energy bursts of RF energy
-Duplexer-required when the transmitter and receiver use the same antenna
-Antenna-during transmission is to concentrate the radiated energy
into a shaped beam from an antenna that points in the desired direction. During reception, the antenna
collects the energy contained in the echo signal and delivers it to the receiver
-Receiver-detect desired echo signals in the presence of noise, interference, or
clutter; separate wanted from unwanted signals
-Receiver protectors-"fuse",ensure a circuit failure does not cause RF energy transmitted by the radar to
enter and overload the radar’s receivers
-Display

23

Define the terms “PRF” and “PRT” and explain why they are important.

The number of times the radar
transmits per second we know as the pulse repetition frequency (PRF).Transmission time, plus
resting time (or the time from the beginning of one pulse to the next) we call the pulse repetition time
(PRT)
The lower the PRF, the longer the PRT. The longer the resting
(listening) time of the radar, the more time there is for the transmitted pulse to go out, strike a target,
and return. Thus, the lower the PRF, the greater the range of the radar system. There are also some
negative effects to a low PRF, such as more susceptibility to interference. As a result, a correct
balance must be found between the PRF and the PRT

24

What is the part of the radio wave that bounces back to the antenna?

echo or return

25

What is the "brain" of the radar system? Why?

Synchronizer
because it coordinates the operations of the various parts of the radar

26

What is the function of the modulator?

To provide an extremely large, very short square wave pulse of DC voltage to the transmitter

27

What device allows a single antenna to both transmit and receive?

Duplexer

28

What is the antennas purpose during transmission and reception?

T- concentrate the radiated energy into a shaped beam that points in the desired direction into space
R- the antenna collects the energy contained in the echo signal and delivers it to the receiver

29

What component of the radar separates wanted from unwanted returns?

Receiver

30

What is a pulse Doppler radar?

similar to modulator pulse radar, however, its receiver detects a shift or change of frequency of the received signal (Doppler shift) to distinguish between moving and stationary targets