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1

How does the maintenance organization meet MAJCOM needs?

Organizing, equipping and training maintenance complexes as if we were fighting a war

2

What type of structure does the maintenance organization strive for to be most effective during war?

Decentralized

3

Under the wing structure, what two groups make up the maintenance functions?

Operations and Maintenance

4

Who is responsible to ensure the wing has a viable QA program?

MXG/CC

5

How are squadron commanders responsible to group commanders?

Squadron management

6

What is the flight commander/chief's main responsibility?

Train, supervise, manage personnel

7

Who tracks "red ball" maintenance discrepancies?

Expediter

8

What is the function of the Mx group?

Support the sortie producing OG

9

What is the role of QA?

Find problem areas, assess training, determine A/C and equipment condition

10

What are the four basic principles of supply discipline?

1. Maximize economical use
2. Safeguard and preserve property
3. Adhere to regs
4. Screen supply stocks for excess

11

Who ensures all personnel are knowledgeable and trained in supply discipline?

Each commander and supervisor

12

When does excess property become surplus property?

When it is not needed by other AF units, other mil organizations, or other Federal agencies

13

What are two reasons property becomes obsolete?

Technological developments and varying military requirements

14

What is property accountability?

Obligation imposed on a person by law, lawful order, or reg for keeping accurate, auditable records of property

15

What is pecuniary liability and who has it?

Financial liability (pay for the stuff you lose/break), ALL Airmen

16

What are the three types of property responsibility?

Command, supervisory, custodial

17

The wing commander has just called jisnebebuf misusing truck. Bjshahdb command responsibility?

Making sure things are being used for their intended purpose

18

What determines how often a commander visits sections to observe supply discipline practices?

needs of the operation

19

How do commanders discharge their responsibility for keeping personnel informed of appropriate uses of AF property?

Through instructions and directives

20

Why are supervisors often given control over equipment and supplies?

They are usually located near the property and can control it more directly

21

When do you assume custodial responsibility for AF equipment?

Whenever it is in your possession

22

Boxes fall out of trucks, what do?

Put back in supply chain

23

Turn in unserviceable parts for what?

Repair activity

24

Commander transfer property responsibility how?

Designate a new custodian

25

Three DD forms for lost property

DD Form 1131, 362, 114

26

Cost $200 at top and $185 at bottom?

Individuals may be allowed 25% depreciation of cost

27

Report of survey when?

When an individual does not admit liability, or cost exceeds $500

28

Report of survey by who and when?

By person with custodial responsibility, within 30 days after loss or damage is discovered

29

What TO governs PQDR?

TO 00-35D-54-WA-1

30

What are the three main levels or activities in the PQDR process?

Originating, screening, action

31

Individuals at originating point?

Discoverer and reporter of deficiencies

32

Who monitors outstanding PQDRs?

Individuals in QA (screening point)

33

What PQDR category for major damage?

Cat 1

34

What Form do you use to submit a PQDR?

SF 368

35

How is PQDR tagged?

DD Form 1575/2332

36

What does a security classification guide identify?

Specific info, applicable to a system, which requires protection in the interest of national security

37

Who writes Sec Class guides?

Director of EWM

38

To whom do you go to interpret the classifications?

OPR

39

How far in advance send info to OPR for review if need disclose unclassified publicly?

45 days

40

Who decides when system can be declassified?

Only the agency that originally classified it

41

When can unclassified equipment become classified

When it shows/records classified info

42

What type of containers req for store classified?

Approved

43

Form for end of day sec checks?

SF 701

44

Who has the responsibility of determining area adequate protection for classified and approve storage?

Installation Commander

45

Items no no classified container?

Drugs, funds, jewels, weapons, precious metals

46

Who responsible for packaging classified in sealed containers?

Courier

47

What form is used to show who responsible for classified in sec container?

AF Form 12

48

Item top secret, who authorized to receive?

On supply roster

49

When should an installation activity commander not take sec measures for Secret or Confidential equip installed on nonpriority aircraft?

If the aircraft owner or user stays with aircraft

50

Who authorized to watch classified equipment visible from an aircraft and respond to emergencies?

US Citizens w/ clearance equal to equipment

51

Minimum months for 5-skill level?

12

52

When considered for trainer?

Complete ALS

53

When will you begin 7-level upgrade

SSgt Select

54

What skill level supervisor?

7

55

When NCO Academy?

Select for TSgt

56

Why was CTK program developed?

Eliminate FOD, reduce tool costs

57

What listing is your shop's CTK based on?

Tools needed for job

58

Name the two types of CTKs found in EW work centers

Shop, dispatch/mobile

59

What is one method of tool arrangement that allow for quick and accurate inventories?

Shadowing

60

Why are tools marked and identified?

Discourage theft, FOD can be returned to shop

61

Normally, when are CTKs inventoried?

Begin/end shift, leaving AC

62

Why does the CTK custodian perform a comprehensive inventory of the CTK?

Extensive inspection of all tools

63

Who is responsible for checked out CTK?

Whoever checked it out

64

AFI for lost tool?

AFI 21-101

65

Role of a supervisor for tool procedures ?

Ensure personnel are familiar with lost tool procedures

66

First step if tool is not found?

Search immediate area

67

Which aircraft forms do you document for a lost tool?

Work Control Document, 781A

68

Lowest level authorization to clear a Red X for a lost tool?

MOO/MX SUPT

69

What does keeping positive control of maintenance tools produce?

Extra time

70

What are the units of force measured in when developing torque?

Pounds

71

Distance for torque?

Feet

72

UoM for torque?

Foot-lbs

73

When are torque requirements met?

When minimum is reached

74

What do if overtorqued bolt?

Loosen and start again

75

What property does curing type sealant have?

Application time

76

What can frequency energy leakage cause?

EM Interference

77

Five major structural areas of the B1-B?

Doors, Nacelles, Fuselage, Windows, Wings

78

Functions of nacelles on B1-B?

Support and aerodynamics for engines

79

What B1-B component allows the wings to have sweep movement?

Pivot pin

80

What are the B-2A structural areas?

1 Fwd center section,
2 aft center section,
3 wing assemblies,
4 control surfaces,
5 doors and windows

81

What is the purpose of the blade seals on the B2-A exterior doors?

Maintain hardness, critical and low observable regs

82

What air conditioning do?

Crew comfort

83

What electrical system equipment provides the in-flight electrical power requirements of the aircraft?

Generator

84

What systems provide line of sight , air to air and air to ground voice comms?

Radios

85

What system provides long distance comms?

HF

86

What system gives you global communications capability?

Satellite

87

What does secure system do?

Prevent eavesdropping

88

What function does the dependent navigation system perform?

Aid the aircrew in navigation

89

What is GPS used for?

Accurate position coordinates, altitude, speed, and time info

90

How does the radar altimeter determine aircraft altitude?

Pulses RF > ground > jet = time = distance

91

What system assists the pilot in flying the AC?

AFCS

92

What provides the avionic systems with operational flight software?

Mission computers

93

What information does the EW system provide?

Missile warning, radar warning, jamming, exp countermeasures

94

Why are ejection seats dangerous?

they blow aircrew

95

Hazards of power actuated surfaces?

Dangerous operation can kill or damage

96

What can you do to minimize the danger of exposing yourself to RF radiation?

Proper distance

97

What dangers are associated with the use of lasers?

Blindness

98

Battery safety hazards?

Explosion, acid leak, and fire

99

What should you do with compressed gas cylinders when they are not in use?

Caps over valves, secure cylinders

100

What do before Mx?

Safe for maintenance

101

Purpose of safing devices?

Prevent accidental movements of things

102

How are safing devices IDd?

Red "Remove Before Flight"

103

What is the correct procedure for grounding an aircraft?

Ground first, then AC

104

Who can perform Mx on explosive loaded AC?

Experienced and qualified personnel

105

Why must you install door pins on the landing gear?

Prevent inadvertent retractions

106

Where are the wheel chocks placed?

In front of and behind wheels

107

What must you check on the fire extinguisher near an AC?

Site gauge