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The MV-22 is a multi-mission aircraft with many applications. These applications include the following:

1. Medium lift assault support
2. Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel (TRAP)
3. Emergency Evacuation
4. Fleet logistics support
5. Logistics support ashore
6. Long range logistics support
7. Medical Evacuation

2

The maximum VTOL gross weight of the V-22 is ___ lbs sea level; maximum Short Takeoff (STO) gross weight is ___ lbs; and maximum alternate gross weight is ___ lbs.

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3

The nose to tail length of the V-22 is ___ ft ___ in.

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4

The ______ ______ ______ is the primary interface between the flight crew, the aircraft systems, and avionics.

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5

When power is applied, ______ MC is designated as ______. the other MC then operates as the ______. the ______ receives all commands and data, performs the required routines, and monitors the ______ computer.

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6

Each ______ controls operation of ______ MFDs, with the capability of controlling ______ ______ MFDs in the event of a ______ failure.

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7

There are five main Aircraft Interface Units (AIUs) on the aircraft: the Avionics Bay Interface Unit (ABIU), two ______ ______ ______, the ______ ______ ______, and the Drive Systems Interface Unit (DSIU).

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8

An AIU text status page does not exist for the ______.

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9

The DSIU, located on the midwing forward equipment shelf, monitors and controls the ______ ______ ______, and monitors for oil debris in the ______, TABGs, MWGBs, and ______ ______.

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10

The APN-194 radar altimeter provides aircraft altitude above ground level (AGL) from ___ to approximately ___ ft.

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11

The ______ ______ ______ provides pitot-static pressure data to the FCCs.

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12

Stall warning is provided for nacelle angles between ___° and ___°.

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13

The ______ ______ warning is initiated when the vertical velocity exceeds the vertical velocity limit with airspeed less than ___ kts and nacelle angle greater than ___°.

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14

The operator can select MFD modes by depressing the bezel key associated with the desired function or by using the ______ ______.

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15

______ remain displayed until the condition which caused the ______ no longer exists.

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16

______ and ______ are only displayed on the MFDs when the MFDs are in the CDU backup mode.

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17

If the aircraft was ______ ______ without a proper system log off, the MCs will attempt to restore the aircraft configuration available prior to loss of power. this is referred to as a ______ _____.

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18

The Aircraft Start-Up Control Layer, on MFDs, provides three options:

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19

______ - Situation or condition requiring immediate attention but not necessarily immediate action. Nonroutine action required to avoid or prevent equipment damage, comprise safety, or preclude a warning condition. Operator must take action to correct caution and/or land as soon as possible.

______ - System or mission limiting abnormal condition(s) exists; i.e., loss of redundancy or degradation within a redundant system, which may require operator action, but no specific crew action (e.g., HYD 1 RSVR LO).

______ - Situation or condition requiring immediate action and/or land immediately is dictated to prevent death, injury, equipment damage, or mission abort. Operator must take critical steps without reference to checklist or other aids.

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20

There are 17 signals that prompt a voice warning:

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21

______ are indicated by illumination of the ______ ______ light, a text message displayed as ______ characters in a ______ box near the top of the MFDs, and a voice alert.

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22

Cautions and advisories are arranged from top to bottom based upon _________________ associated with the condition being alerted.

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23

In the event of an EICAS failure, the ______ will be treated as ______ and displayed on all MFD layers and incorporated in the ______ summary list on the MFDs.

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24

______ ______ ______ provide information on data entry problems and interactive operation messages.

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25

______ ______ ______ are presented in the display field in the upper center of the CDU/EICAS in ______ characters.

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26

The Standby Flight Display, located above the CDU on the instrument panel, provides for the independent backup of ______, ______, and ______ ______ parameters exclusive of the ______.

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27

There are a total of ___ display layers for each pilot [on the HUD]. The display layers available are ______ and ______. The two primary layers' corresponding de-clutter layers are identified by de-clutter markers: ___ and ___.

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28

Output power is transferred to the Proprotor Gearbox (PRGB) by the ______ ______, located in the center of the ______ assembly.

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29

The ______ also provides ______ ______ against damage due to exceedence of limits on engine gas generator (Ng), power turbine speed (Np), turbine temperature (MGT), and output shaft torque (Qe).

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30

The FADECs transmit information to each other through a ______ ______ ______ ______ commonly referred to as cross-talk.

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31

The primary mode of operation is one FADEC actively controlling each engine, while the second FADEC is in ______.

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32

The ______ ______ ______ ______ controls fuel flow and pressure in response to signals from the FADECs.

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33

The ______ ______ control is configured so that when it is in the ON position, it mechanically prohibits the ECLs from moving past the ______ position.

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34

Forward or aft movement of the TCL is translated by the FCCs into a ______ ______ ______ that is sent to the FADECs.

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35

The INTERIM POWER push button switch allows for selection of interim power at ___% mast torque and ___% Nr.

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