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781A for what?

Document discrepancies discovered by flyers or mx

2

What is an exception for using the AFTO Form 781A?

discrepancies from battle damage

3

Explain ETR entry for 781A

Equipment temporarily removed

4

What is required on 781A when write-up is cleared?

Corrective action

5

How doc ops chk good?

Ops ck good

6

Describe the purpose of 781C

Avionics config and load status

7

Role of mx personnel for 781C?

Ensure the validity and legibility of all required entries

8

Purpose of 781H?

Document mx status and servicing information to provide ready reference and AC status

9

How does crew chief use 781H before flight ?

Checks the fuel/oil quantities, and oxygen/nitrogen/water system status to make sure form entries = actual

10

Purpose of exceptional release column on 781H?

Make sure someone validated quantities on aircraft

11

Purpose of 781K

Record essential inspection and delayed maintenance data

12

Purpose of immediate and urgent TCTO entries?

Document compliance of immediate and urgent action TCTOs

13

When are red X entries entered on the 781K?

NEVER

14

Purpose of AFTO 244?

781 for AGE

15

What does part V of the AFTO 244 provide?

781A for AGE

16

Purpose of AF Form 1492?

Warning tag so PEOPLE DONT DIE

17

Where are 1492s placed on AC?

Where appropriate

18

What does the first group and its three parts of a three-group aircraft TO number identify?

1. General category
2. ACs basic mission or equipment's major system
3. Equipment series within a system

19

JG means?

Job Guide

20

What makes up the fourth group of a four-group TO number?

One or two parts that identify sections of a sectionalized TO, a supplemental manual, or the seq# of specific TO data

21

How are the fifth and sixth groups of TO numbers used?

Sectionalizing data

22

What type of information is contained in O&M manuals?

Info/instructions req for operation, maintenance, inspection, overhaul, and ID of parts

23

Three types of O&M manuals

AC, missiles, job guide

24

How do the manuals referred to as "other equipment TOs" differ from the aircraft technical manuals?

They cover non-aircraft equipment

25

Who produces commercial manuals relating to a particular item of equipment and how can you obtain the manual?

By commercial manufacturers, through the TO system

26

What is the purpose of TCTOs?

Media through which extensive modernizations are directed

27

What is the purpose of the routine action TCTO?

Fix a problem that could cause a hazard through prolonged usage

28

What level of maintenance accomplishes Cat 1 routine action TCTOs? Cat 2?

Organization and field. Depot

29

What are the time limitations for accomplishing category 1 TCTOs? Category 2?

30-180 days. During next inspection or repair as necessary

30

What condition warrants the issue of an interim TCTO?

Not enough time to print

31

By what means are interim TCTOs transmitted and what is the normal time for them to remain in effect?

Speedy communication, 10 days

32

When are record TCTOs issued?

When contractor or specified AF activity must do modification

33

Purpose of a methods and procedures TO?

General info and instructions for supervisory and administrative personnel

34

How does the numbering of a TO indicate that it is of the methods and procedures type?

Begins with 00

35

What is the purpose of an abbreviated TO?

Work simplification devices

36

Inspection sequence charts show a basic, planned work schedule or sequence. In what kind of inspection is this type of abbreviated TO used?

Periodic inspections

37

Why are PTOs issued?

Test and verify certain parameters

38

How are PTOs identified

PRELIMINARY on title page, sequential numbering

39

What happens to a PTO when the Air Force approves and accepts it?

PRELIMINARY + # removed, note printed on title page states that pub replaces PTO

40

When are pen and ink changes made to AFTOs?

NEVER

41

How does the title page of a TO reflect changes to the TO?

New title page issued with change date

42

How is status of TO determined as far as changes to the basic TO are concerned?

Page A

43

When is a supplement issued for a basic TO?

When it's better to do a supplement then a change

44

How is a routine, safety, or operational supplement IDd?

In TO #
Routine: A
Safety: SS
Operational: S

45

How do TOPS standard changes differ from a standard TO change?

TOPS supplements an individual page rather than replacing it

46

How do TOPS differ from standard TO supplements?

An individual TOPS page is filed in the TO facing the affected TO page

47

Why are appendixes to TOs published?

Used to include material that is not part of the normal TOC

48

How does the TO reflect that an appendix has been issued as a separate publication from the basic TO?

A separately issued appendix is reflected on page A

49

What is a revision in the TO system?

Completely new editions of a TO

50

How are changes to an existing TO affected by a TO revision?

Replaced

51

What are the factors to be considered before submitting a TO improvement report?

Is it broke? Fix it

52

What are the three types of TO change improvement/recommendation reports?

Emergency, urgent, routine

53

What action is taken by the activity responsible for correcting a TO deficiency upon receipt of a valid emergency TO improvement report?

Issues an interim TCTO

54

A valid urgent report requires that a change, revision, or supplement be published within how many days?

40 days

55

What documents must you consult before completing an AFTO Form 22?

00-5-1-WA-1

56

At what point is a signature required before an emailed AFTO Form 22 will be evaluated?

It isn't

57

How long do initiators have to submit an AF Form 1000 once they are notified that their AFTO Form 22 is approved?

30 Days

58

What does the OMMS TO number ID?

Category of TO, basic mission of AC, model of AC, etc

59

List the six alpha identifiers used by OMMS and what each identifies

FR: Fault Reporting
GS: General System
GV: General Vehicle
IPB: Illustrated Part Breakdown
JG: Job Guide
WD: Wiring Diagram

60

What is a major advantage of the OMMS TO system over the basic TO system?

Easier to find related TOs

61

What is the purpose of reference numbering?

Easier locate TOs

62

Where can you locate listings of subsystem and sub-subsystem reference numbers?

Applicable GS manual

63

How many elements can a S/S/SN contain?

5

64

Which element of the OMMS TO number identifies the system covered in that manual?

1st

65

What does the third element of an S/S/SN identify?

General procedures for subsystem

66

What is the meaning of -2 in S/S/SN 27-20-16-2?

Functional procedure: removal

67

What does the REF DES identify?

a specific part

68

What letter code of the REF DES 1DS03 identifies the type of component? What type of component is this?

DS: annunciatior, display, or lamp

69

How does a GS manual differ from a GV manual?

GS describes systems, GV describes planes

70

What are consumable materials and where are they listed?

Supplies with a one time use, in GS

71

What does the JG manual provide?

Detailed procedures for on aircraft maintenance

72

What are three examples of functional maintenance procedures located in the JG manual?

Component checkout, repair, and adjustment

73

What is the purpose of the input conditions pages in the JG manual?

Provide all the general system information needed before performing a procedure or function

74

List the three types of input conditions pages and their purpose

General: info to prepare a procedure
Master: info common to all mx func
Functional: info for specific function

75

The "Required Conditions" heading is applicable to all input conditions pages when a JG function is used as a checklist. What type of information is under this heading?

Personnel recommended are mandatory
Procedure shall be accomplished in a sequential step-by-step manner

76

What type of input conditions pages uses the "Preparation" heading?

Master

77

Name four types of fault codes

Six, seven, eight, ten digit codes

78

What fault-code indicates to you the fault was caused by only one LRU?

7 digit

79

Who uses the 10-digit fault code?

In-shop personnel

80

WD when?

Maintain, repair, replace wiring

81

What types of information are found in the intro section of the IPB?

Info to use TO properly

82

What section of the IPB contains a list that is a breakdown of equipment major assemblies?

2

83

What does the "Units per Assembly" column of the MPL indicate?

quantity of parts required on next higher assembly

84

What is the purpose of the "Useable on code" column of Section II of the IPB?

Indicates part's usage

85

Which column shows you whether a part is replaceable?

SMR

86

What information does Section III, the Numerical Index, of the IPB provide?

All parts specified in the mx parts list in alphanumeric sequence

87

To what do the numerical index part numbers correspond?

Part number in MPL

88

What is contained in Section 4 of the IPB?

Reference designators

89

What information does the reference designation index provide?

Rapid means of cross referencing

90

Who has the responsibility for determining and designing CSCI?

Software manager

91

What is assigned CPINS?

Software items

92

Briefly describe the two CPIN components

Identifier: 14-40 alphanumeric
Suffix: 6 alphanumeric revision designator

93

What does a CPIN revision suffix identify?

Revision number

94

What is the ACPINS?

Data system used to assign and control CPINs

95

What are the responsibilities of the CPIN system management office?

Development, overall management, control, and maintenance of the ACPINS

96

How does the ACPINS provide software support?

a variety of ways

97

Describe the ACPIN compendiums and cross-references

Consolidated indexes of ECS software

98

What does the index of compendiums provide?

A list of all currently published ACPINS compendiums

99

What do USAF compendiums produced include?

CPIN identified CSCIs

100

What do command compendiums include?

All CPINS identified as command-managed