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1. To find a block by block explanation of how to document the AF TO FORM 350, you would use?

TO 00-20-2 Aerospace Equipment

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2. Block 1 - 14 of the 350 TAG are completed by?

THE ORIGINATOR

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3. When is periodic equipment lubrication completed?

During Scheduled Inspection

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4. What section of the AFTO Form 244 do you use to document equipment discrepancies?

Section V

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5. When documenting equipment discrepancies, what does RED X denote on an AFTO Form 244, Industrial support equipment Record?

UNSAFE CONDITION

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6. To denote an unsatisfactory, but usable condition Which symbol AFTO Form 244 will you use?

RED DIAGONAL

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7. To sign an entry on most AC Forms, what is the minimum signature that you would give?

First name initial
Complete Last Name,
Employee Number

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8. A symbol entered oon an AC maintenance form reflects the opinion of the?

Individual making the entry

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9. If a discrepancy is carried forward to the new AFTO 781A, WHO enters the PAGE number, ITEM number,DATE of the new form, and signs in the TRANSFERRED BY block?

CREW CHIEF

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10. What AFTO is titled AEROSPACE VEHICLE INSPECTION ENGINE DATA, CALENDAR INSPECTION AND DELAYED DOCUMENT?

781K

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11. Who is authorized to sign the EXCEPTIONAL RELEASE block of the AFTO 781H?

SENIOR NCO

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12. Which is NOT one of the five major types of TO authorized for use in the AF?

a. Operations and methods TO
b. Time compliance TO
c. Abbreviated TO
d. Index Type TO

Operations and Methods TO

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13. Which TO category includes the inspection work card and checklist?

ABBREVIATED

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14. Which type of time compliance TO is signified by a series of Red X's printed around the border of the first page?

IMMEDIATE

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15. What type of TO does the number 1F-16C-06 represent?

WORK UNIT CODE MANUAL

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16. In what part of the ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN (IPB) would you look if you wanted to find a list of equipment broken down into major assemblies and subassemblies?

GROUP ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST

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17. A revision to a publication is normally issued when the changes exceed at least what percentage of the basic TO?

80%

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18. What stabilized an AC along the LONGITUDINAL AXIS?

WINGS

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19. What reduces sway or yaw about the VERTICAL AXIS?

VERTICAL STABILIZER

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20. When the cockpit control is moved to the high, then

The RIGHT AILERON goes UP,
and LEFT AILERON goes DOWN

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21. Which of thee is an auxiliary flight control?

FLAP

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22. When performing a visual inspection on nicked plastic assemblies, what are you looking for?

White Powdered Glass is often seen in a chipped area

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23. When inspecting for distortions besides excellent lighting what else do you use?

A GRID with HORIZONTAL and VERTICAL LINES

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24. When clarifying damage to a composite, a PUNCTURE of a fiberglass panel that extends through ONE facing is which classification?

CLASS I

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When preparing a Cut out for an "open area" you should remove all damage and?

RELIEVE STRESS CONCENTRATION

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26. One way to PREVENT substructure damage when making a skin cutout is to?

USE SCRAP METAL in between the skin and substructural member

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27. You must consider the location of any existing fasteners near a damage area when determining the?

Overall size of the cutout

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28. What size drill bit would you use to stop drill a crack in a .032 inch skin?

0.125

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29. An angle drill is used to remove damage when?

the damage is in a limited space

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30. Rivet spacing refers to the?

Distance between the centers of the neighboring rivets in the same row

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31. Before you develop a rivet layout for a circular flush repair, you must first establish the?

CENTER POINT of the cutout area

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32. When fabricating a filler plate for flush skin repair in an open area, you determine the overall dimensions of the filler by?

Using the cutout area as a template

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33. In which situation is a fastener LAYOUT MORE THAN LIKELY done on the PATCH instead of the Repair part?

BLIND area with NO existing fasteners

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34. The KEY measurements for fabrication a FILLER ANGLE for a stringer splice repair are the?

WIDTH of flanges and BEND RADII

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35. The fastener holes for the repair parts used in a COMBINATION REPAIR are drilled to the required diameters

BEFORE you make the installation

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36. What PERCENTAGE of the diameter of the hole being cold worked shall be MINIMUM thickness of sheet or stack-up be?

20%

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37. What is a PRIMER and when is it applied?

Is a CORROSION PREVENTIVE; Applied BEFORE the installation

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38. BEFORE applying an aerodynamic smoothing compound to repair seams,

CLEAN the area with an approved solvent

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39. The method you use to remove excess aerodynamic smoothing compound from seams DEPENDS on the?

HARDNESS of the compound surface

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40. What type of seal is produced by SANDWICHING sealant BETWEEN mating surfaces?

FAYING

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41. When preparing to mix a two part sealant, you mix in accordance with

MANUFACTURE'S INSTRUCTIONS

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42. When the TO calls for PERMANENT of seal between two parts, you install?

FAYING SURFACE SEAL

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43. To clean up dirt and grease from a surface to be sealed, you use?

AN APPROVED SOLVENT CLEANER

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44. Sealants that have a LONG work-life normally have?

A LONG CURE TIME

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45. What do you use to fabricate a sealant removal tool?

PLASTIC

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46. An atom that has gain or lost electrons and has acquired an electrical charge is called?

ION

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47. Corrosion in an electrochemical cell always STARTS at the?

Surface of the metal

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48. What is the rate of corrosion when the ANODE IS SMALLER?

RAPID and SEVERE

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49. Metals such as STAINLESS STEEL and TITANIUM that corrode SLOWLY are referred to as?

CATHODIC

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Some metals have the ability to become electrochemically INACTIVE OR PASSIVE under certain conditions because of the formation of?

OXIDE FILMS

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51. On a polished surface, UNIFORM SURFACE CORROSION is first seen as?

A general DULLING of the surface

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52. PITTING CORROSION of ALUMINUM or MAGNESIUM is first noticed as?

WHITE POWDERY DEPOSITS

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53. When performing a corrosion inspection, which tool would you use to dislodge blisters or bubbles?

PLASTIC SCRAPER

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54. Which formula would you use to determine maximum corrosion pit depth when using a depth gauge?

(A+B)/2-C= DEPTH

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55. When inspecting exhaust paths for corrosion, what areas should be inspected because they cannot be reached with normal cleaning?

SEAMS ANF FAIRINGS

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56. What is the FIRST STEP in a general corrosion inspection?

ENSURE the area has been throughly CLEANED

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57. Corrosion that appears as blistering, exfoliation, and scaling or flaking is classified as?

SEVERE

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58. Prior to corrosion removal, what must be determined?

Allowable damage removal limits

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59. Material compatibility refers to using a medium that will?

NOT cause additional corrosion

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60. Which motion should you use when removing corrosion with a wire brush?

LINEAR

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61. When removing corrosion with a pneumatic sander, how do you keep the sander from digging into the metal?

Start the sander before it touches the metal

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62. After all visible corrosion is removed, how many additional mils should be removed?

2 (.0020) In

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63. What is the last step in the general corrosion removal process?

Treat the surface and apply protective coatings

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64. The paint edges around the chemically stripped areas are feathered in order to

Ensure a smooth, overlapping transition between the old and the new paint surfaces

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65. The TWO categories that CORROSION PREVENTIVE compounds are separated into include

Water displacing and non-water displacing

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66. Low viscosity corrosion preventive compounds are best suited for?

SPRAYING

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67. Which is not a reason for immediate cleaning

Poor aerodynamic smoothness

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68. When would an aircraft that took off four times over salt water require a clear water rinse?

AFTER the last flight of the day

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69. What condition do you consider when you are choosing a cleaning method?

SIZE of the AREA
TYPE of SOIL

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70. Standards for paint such as color, drying time and adhesion are stipulated by?

Military Specifications

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71. Solid waste can be any material that is essentially waste-like, abandoned or?

RECYCLED

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72. At a minimum, Material Safety Data Sheets MSDS, are available to?

EVERYONE

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73. The four characteristics of hazardous waste are ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, and?

TOXICITY

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74. An individual item of supply that has a definite NON-EXTENDIBLE period of shelf-life is considered TYPE?

TYPE I

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75. An individual item of supply that has an EXTENDABLE shelf-life is considered TYPE

TYPE II

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76. 90 Day accumulation sites for hazardous waste containers should be able to contain the volume of?

The Largest container
Or 10% Volume of All containers

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77. How often should Hazardous Waste containers should be inspected for release problems?

Weekly

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78. What percentage of low observable coatings must be Classified or Unclassified prior to disposal?

100%

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79. The type of chemical remover to be used depends on?

The type of organic finish system to be removed

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80. When do you mix chemical paint remover?

Immediately before use

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81. What special requirements must be met when mechanically removing coatings on Steel and Titanium?

The part must be Grounded and
Well ventilated area

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82. When using the plastic media blasting PMB cabinet blaster, when do you check the media level?

PRIOR TO USE

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83. What is the first step when preparing a part for blasting in the plastic media blasting booth?

Throughly clean the substrate

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84. The purpose of adding PIGMENT to paint is to develop

COLOR

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85. After checking the shelf life of your coating material you should?

Allow the material to reach room temperature

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86. What will happen if two component materials are not thoroughly mixed with each other and in the exact specified proportions?

Curing and Adhesion problems

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87. When using a #2 Zahn cup, how is the viscosity expressed?

Seconds through the cup

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88. What type of spray gun is made with an external airtight container?

Pressure-feed

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89. The distance that you hold the spray gun nozzle from the surface depends upon the?

Desired WIDTH of the spray pattern and
TYPE of gun

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90. When using parallel strokes with a spray gun, the spray pattern should?

Overlap 50% of the previous stroke

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91. When should you dismantle a spray gun?

If a proper spray pattern cannot be produced

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92. What effect does LOW HUMIDITY have on moisture curing coatings?

It SLOWS the cure process

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93. What is the coarsest grit of abrasive paper that should be used to scuff-sand an already coated AC?

120 Grit

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94. When painting, what must you do just prior to primer or top coating?

Perform a Solvent Wipe Down

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95. What is the MINIMUM NUMBER OF READINGS you need to take when using a wet film gauge to measure coating thicknesses?

6

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96. What is the most common cause of COATING FAILURE?

Inadequate surface preparation

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97. The probable cause of protective coating spray pattern with a split spray is?

AIR and FLUID feeds not properly BALANCED

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98. What is a common cause of streaking when spray painting?

DIRTY AIR CAP

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99. On fixed wing AC, the National star insignia is located?

Upper left and Lower right of WINGS
BOTH SIDES of the FUSELAGE

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100. What is the next step after the plotter cuts your vinyl?

The undesirable material must be weeded