Air Transportation 7 LVL CDCs - Vol II
Terms in this set (85)
(201) When processing AMC mission capability (MICAP)/very, very important parts (VVIP)/ forward supply system (FSS) shipments, how must the cargo be stored to allow for ready identification and expeditious movement of the material?
a. The cargo moves too quickly to be stored
b. Segregated from other cargo in the terminal
c. In the supervisor's office or in the truck, ready for loading.
d. Separated from hazardous materials by at least 88 inches in all directions.
(201) AMC mission capability (MICAP)/VVIP/FSS shipments are transferred on a hand-receipt basis using
a. GATES or manually produced cargo manifests
b. a DD Form 1387-2, Special Handling Data/Certification
c. an AMC Form 36, originating AMC MICAP/VVIP Control Log
d. AMC Form 35, Terminating AMC MICAP/VVIP Control Log
using category B passenger missions
to move AMC MICAP/VVIP/FSS shipments, the shipment must fit into the baggage compartment and not exceed
a. 50 pounds
b. 100 pounds
c. 150 pounds
d. 200 pounds
(201) When processing an
AMC MICAP/VVIP/FSS shipment, which form do you use to control and monitor each shipment?
a. AMC Form 36, Originating
b. AMC Form 25, Terminating
c. AF Form 36, Originating
d. AF Form 35, Terminating
(201) Who does the Air Clearance Authority (ACA) at Ramstein AB, Germany, notify
a green sheet request is submitted
c. Special handling
d. Load planning
(201) Who does the Air Clearance Authority (ACA) at Travis AFB, California notify
a green sheet request is submitted?
c. Special handling
d. Load Planning
(201) You have received and signed an AMC form 101, green sheet request. What is entered into GATES in the prime Transportation Control movement document (TCMD) record and trailer data to show the shipment as green sheet?
a. "T_I" in the misc. information block and "GS" in the special priority field only
b. "GS" in the misc. information block and "G" in the special priority field only
c. "T_I" in the special priority field only and the phrase "Green sheet as of [the Greenwich Meantime hours and date the request was received] only.
d. "G" in the special priority field only and the phrase "Green sheet as of [the Greenwich Meantime hours and date the request was received] only.
(201) When processing palletized green sheet cargo using manual procedures, what two documents must you annotate to ensure that the shipment is properly identified?
a. DD Form 1384, Transportation Control and Movement Document, and the DD Form 2775, Pallet Identifier.
b. AMC Form 101, Green Sheet Request, and the DD Form 1015, Certification request.
c. DD Form 1387-2, Special Handling Data/Certification and the DD Form 1907, Signature and Tally Record
d. the pallet contents listing and the manifest
(201) If you do not have enough airlift to move all green sheet cargo on hand for a particular destination, how do you move the remaining cargo and who must you notify?
a. In the sequence in which it was green sheeted by each specific service, notify the air terminal operations officer.
b. By destination, priority, and system entry time; notify the Tanker Airlift Control Center (TACC)
c. In the sequence in which it was green sheeted by each specific service; notify the TACC.
d. By destination, priority, and system entry time; notify the air terminal operations officer.
(201) When processing purple sheet cargo, if the shipment is
not transportation priority one
with an expedited handling indicator of "999", what do you enter into the appropriate fields in GATES?
a. TP9; "PS"
b. TP1; "999"
c. PS9; "TP1"
d. PS1; "999"
(202) While you are processing and inspecting the DD Form 1387-2, Special Handling Data/Certification, for a classified shipment, if
none of the information entered in the blocks of the form is classified
, the shipper completes how many total copies of the form?
(202) When a classified shipment arrives damaged or improperly documented, packaged, marked, or labeled at an originating station you refuse the shipment unless
a. it arrives by commercial conveyance
b. the duty officer authorizes acceptance
c. you can correct the discrepancy yourself
d. the Customer Service Branch (CSB) can correct the discrepancy the same day
(202) Security and classified shipments must be inventoried and accountability transferred using an AMC Form 214, Security Cage Log, or equivalent. This action is required
a. each time a shipment is placed in or removed from the storage facility.
b. at the closest shift change 0001 hours local time each day.
c. once daily at any point throughout the day, mission permitting.
d. as close to 0001 hours local time each Sunday
(202) When processing Defense Courier Service (DCS) material, the DCS representative's first choice to escort the material in the absence of a dedicated courier is
a. a space-required passenger selected from a printed copy of the list of eligible passengers
b. an eligible space available passenger who consents to the designation
c. a commercial carrier representative with proper identification
d. a military aircrew personnel, E-5 and above
(203) What must you place inside the container for use at the designation station
sealing a container of registered mail?
a. Boxcar seal
b. content listing
c. Copy of registered mail manifest
d. Department of Defense Form 1607, Signature and Tally Record
(203) After you have containerized registered mail shipments into one box, what is the
in sealing the container?
a. Place a boxcar seal at the band crimp where it cannot be removed If the bands were cut.
b. band the containers with four metal or plastic bands, two along the width and two along the length
c. Assign the pallet identifiers to the container and cap the pallet as a skid using 0.5 in the equivalent positions column.
d. Tape the container shut and prominently annotate the boxcar seal number, as well as both individual's signatures, across the tape.
(203) What must you do
before aircraft departure
if an aircrew member notices a discrepancy with a registration number on a registered mail shipment?
a. Correct it and generate a new manifest.
b. Correct It by making pen-and-ink changes to the manifest.
c. Write a statement on the manifest with the discrepancy and notify the down-line station to correct it
d. Annotate the incorrect mail shipment as a short shipment and hand scribe the correct information at the bottom of the manifest.
(203) Before transferring custody of registered mail on a terminating mission, you and the aircrew member will
a. inspect the container to verify the contents.
b. reseal the container to ensure safe off-load operations
c. sign across the tape of the container to signify joint custody
d. download the container and generate a new manifest to ensure expedited handling and accuracy.
(203) You are receipting for a
registered mail shipment and the manifested transportation control number (TCN)
does not match
the TCN on the shipment. What is your next step
annotating the manifested TCN as a short shipment and listing the correct TCN at the bottom of the manifest as an over shipment?
a. Bump the shipment and generate a new manifest only.
b. Both of you and the crew member sign the manifest to confirm the discrepancy only.
c. Annotate all the copies of the manifest with a statement describing the discrepancy; then you and the crew member both sign the statement to confirm it.
d. Annotate the original copy of the manifest with a statement describing the discrepancy; then you and the crew member both sign the statement to confirm it.
(203) What should you do if human remains are
refrigeration is not available
a. Notify the escort
b. Refuse the shipment
c. Frustrate the shipment
d. Contact Mortuary Affairs
(203) Where are the human remains loaded when considering the possibility that cargo jettisoning may occur?
a. In the rear-most available level cargo position
b. In the forward-most available level cargo position
c. On the ramp; they can be moved to the side, if necessary
d. In the forward-most available cargo position; remains cannot be jettisoned
(203) When must you review the AMC Form 106, Biologicals/Re-icing/Refrigeration Log, to ensure that perishable shipment re-icing is accomplished as necessary?
a. Once a day
b. Once a week
c. Once a month
d. At the beginning of each shift
(203) When can you open a
diagnostic specimen shipment
to re-ice it?
c. When closing instructions are provided with the shipment
d. When the specimen is contained in double bags and each bag is individually sealed.
(204) As a member of the special handling section, you're handed a piece of unclassified cargo identified as nuclear weapons related material (NWRM). This cargo is treated as
a. unclassified material
b. Nuclear Surety Material
c. classified, protected cargo
d. classified or unclassified assemblies.
(204) "Assemblies and subassemblies identified by the military departments that comprise or could comprise a standardized war reserve nuclear weapon as it would exist once separated/removed from its intended delivery vehicle" is the Office of Secretary of Defense definition of what type of material?
a. Nuclear Material
b. Nuclear Surety Material
c. Special Nuclear Materials
d. Nuclear Weapons- Related Material
(204) In addition to individuals who are required by function to handle Nuclear Weapons-Related Material (NWRM), what percentage of authorized aerial port personnel must be appointed in writing and must be complete in the NWRM fundamentals course annually?
(205) During the engine running off/on-load (ERO) operations, the aircraft engines must be in what mode
load team members approach the aircraft?
a. Low speed ground idle only.
b. Reverse thrust or shut down only
c. Low speed ground idle or reverse thrust only.
d. Forward thrust or low speed ground idle only.
(205) During engine running on/off-load (ERO) operations, after being signaled by an aircrew member, load team members use a route that takes them
a. perpendicular to the aircraft fuselage until they reach the aircraft centerline.
b. directly centerline to the aircraft ramp to help the loadmaster lower it
c. parallel to the aircraft fuselage until they reach the aircraft centerline.
d. most directly to the aircraft is and the shortest route possible.
(205) During engine running on/off-load (ERO) operations, who must you coordinate with
off-loading passengers through the crew entrance door?
a. Airfield manager, command post, and ERO functional areas only.
b. Aircraft commander, command post, and ERO functional areas only.
c. Aircraft commander, the Tanker Airlift Control Center (TACC) and ERO functional areas only.
d. Airfield manager, MOCC and ERO functional areas only .
(205) Before entering an area where concurrent servicing operations are already in progress, you must report to the
b. concurrent serving supervisor (CSS)
c. loadmaster/boom operator
d. fuels operator
(205) During concurrent servicing operations, what action must you take if a spark occurs when you first ground yourself?
a. Reground yourself periodically during operations
b. Exit the flight-line area until your electrostatic discharge dissipates
c. Change the battery on your radio before conducting any loading operations
d. remove all laptop computers, cell phones, and radio equipment from your vicinity.
(205) During concurrent serving operations, passengers can enter or exit the aircraft
a. a jet way or stairs used and refueling operations are on the other side of the aircraft
b. a jet way or stairs are used and the load team is conducting winching operations.
c. refueling operations are on the other side of the aircraft.
d. the load team is conducting winching operations.
(206) A passenger is considered a
when she or he
a. is an unauthorized person aboard an aircraft and is not listed in the flight manifest.
b. Fails to bored clearance requirements and is refused entry into the country.
c. is performing duties directly associated with a particular mission, aircrew or aircraft.
d. traveling in conjunction with the death of a family member when returning to the CONUS.
(206) If a distinguished visitor (DV) request honors while traveling, which DV honors code do you use?
(206) If a distinguished visitor (DV) request
while traveling, but requests transportation, which DV honors code do you use?
(206) If a distinguished visitor (DV) request
while traveling, but requests quarters only, which DV honors code do you use?
(206) Which feature on some organic aircraft allows a large-bodied passenger to use
a. Side-wall seats designed to carry fully-equipped paratroopers.
b. Side-wall seats with optional seat-belt extensions.
c. Aft-facing seats with reclining capabilities.
d. Aft-facing seats with removable arm rests.
(206) What must a female passenger who is less than 6 weeks postpartum present to passenger agents in order to travel?
a. A waiver from HQ AMC.
b. Females less than 6 weeks postpartum are never authorized to travel.
c. A medical officer or civilian equivalent's certification that she is medically sound.
d. The infant's birth certificate with a legible date of birth and signature of the medical doctor.
(206) Which unique passenger would cause transportation working capital fund (TWCF) cargo to be downloaded up to two hours prior to aircraft block time?
a. Pheonix Raven (PR)
b. Mission Route Support (MRS)
c. Defense Courier Service (DCS)
d. AMC mobility mission observers (MMO)
(206) If a mission essential ground personnel (MEGP) passenger notifies ATOC within three hours of aircraft departure, then he/she can
a. can proceed directly to the aircraft at any time within the three-hours time frame.
b. will be added to the mission if there are space-available passengers on board that can be bumped.
c. can request cargo to be downloaded to accommodate the number of personnel traveling in his/her group.
d. is normally not added to the mission if it will adversely impact already-manifested passengers.
(207) If a customer has a problem, what is the
thing you can do to provide great customer service?
c. Speak clearly
d. Ensure you are in compliance with AFI 36-2903, Discrepancy Report.
(207) In which two ways can you build rapport with your customers?
a. Listening and asking good questions
b. Enunciating your words and speaking slowly
c. Being prepared for what you're going to say next
d. Speaking clearly and quickly enough so you're not wasting your time.
(208) Once you receive the mission load report (MLR) from the previous station, your next step is to
a. file it in the station copy file
b. give it to the ramp controller for reference and coordination
c. determine how much traffic requires download and how much is continuing on the aircraft.
d. Notify the Tanker Airlift control Center (TACC) of any special handling cargo or passengers.
(208) When accomplishing a departure mission load report (MLR), you forward the report to the down-line stations
a. senior controller approves it, but no later than 20 minutes after mission departure.
b. senior controller approves it, but no later than 30 minutes after mission departure.
c. port operations approves it, but no later than 20 minutes after mission departure.
d. port operations approves it, but no later than 30 minutes after mission departure.
(208) You are accomplishing a departure mission load report (MLR) without GATES. What document does the load information come from?
a. DD Form 1384, TCMD
b. DD Form 463, Automated Air Load Planning System Worksheet
c. AF Form 4080, Load Plan Sequence/Breakdown Worksheet
d. DD Form 1015, Computer Aided Load Manifest
(208) When accomplishing a departure mission load report (MLR), when the cargo breakdown section includes rolling stock and multipallet trains, what other information about those items is included?
a. If security guards are required for any of the items
b. If any of the items are inoperative on board the aircraft.
c. The fuselage station on the aircraft where the items starts and stops.
d. The equipment that will be needed to off-load the items and other helpful remarks.
(208) When accomplishing a
mission load report (MLR) with human remains cargo on board, which of the following answers
represents the information that must be included in the report and in which section is the information placed?
a. SSgt Jim Jones/USAF/Dover AFB Mortuary Affairs; special interest cargo section.
b. SSgt Jim Jones/USAF/Dover AFB Mortuary Affairs; hazardous cargo section.
c. SSgt Jim Jones/USAF/123-45-6789; special interest cargo section.
d. SSgt Jim Jones/USAF/123-45-6789 hazardous cargo section.
(209) When completing the
side of the AMC Form 77 (the Aircraft Handling Record), what do you enter into the Location block for AMC MICAP shipments?
a. The location of your station.
b. The current location of the AMC MICAP shipment.
c. The pallet position the AMC MICAP is located on the aircraft.
d. The location of the aircraft for which the AMC MICAP is destined.
(209) When completing the
side of the AMC Form 77, in the Explosives block for cargo/mail data off-load you enter the total
a. weight of explosives off-loaded at the station
b. weight of thru-load and off-load explosives on the aircraft
c. net explosives weight (NEW) of explosives off-loaded at the station.
d. NEW of thru-load and off-load explosives on the aircraft
(209) When completing the
side of the AMC Form 77, you enter in the Loadmaster Scheduled Show block the loadmaster/boom operator scheduled show time
b. and the initials of the command post representative passing the information only
c. the initials of the ATOC representative receiving the information only.
d. and the initials of the command post and ATOC representatives passing/receiving the information only
(209) When completing the
side of the AMC Form 77, the Telecon Coordination block is completed when the
a. loadmaster/boom operator calls in as available for duty
b. aircraft load message is passed by telephone for short flights.
c. folder has been reviewed and mission history passed to records via telephone.
d. aircraft is in commission as received via telephone through the maintenance operations control center.
(210) When accomplishing airlift capability schedules, what is your next step after extracting the necessary data from the command and control systems or published schedules?
a. Monitor the schedules
b. Adjust airlift as necessary
c. Update the work centers with changed or new information
d. Compile the information and distribute to the work centers.
(210) When clearing explosives shipments, request port-to-port clearance at the earliest possible date, but
no later than
a. 12 hours prior to the missions departure time only
b. 24 hours prior to the missions departure time only
c. 12 hours prior to the missions departure time, unless a specific location requires a greater notification time only.
d. 24 hours prior to the missions departure time, unless a specific location requires a greater notification time only.
(210) When requesting port-to-port clearance of explosives, which of the following is
required on the explosives clearance request?
a. Mission number
c. Requested departure date
d. Proper shipping name (PSN) and United Nations (UN) number.
(211) Who is considered to be the "eyes and ear" of the administrative contracting officer?
a. Squadron Operations Officer
b. Contract Officer Representative (COR)
c. Commercial Load validator personnel
d. Air Terminal Operations Center (ATOC) personnel
(211) Which form is used
to report contract discrepancies or violations to higher headquarters?
a. AMC Form 166a, Preflight Surveillance Activity Checklist
b. AMC Form 166b, Contract Discrepancy or Violation Notice-Civil Airlift
c. AMC Form 166c, In-flight surveillance activity checklist
d. AMC Form 166d, Preflight/In-flight Surveillance and Violation report
(211) Which three levels of discrepancies can commercial carriers receive from the Contract Officer Representative (COR) when using the AMC Form 166a, Preflight Surveillance Activity checklist?
a. Critical, major, minor
b. Go, no-go, and partially proficient
c. passenger, cargo, and general operations
d. satisfactory, unsatisfactory and not applicable
(212) When conducting air terminal inventory, what should you do to find a discrepancy on a pallet that you
a. Let the appropriate work center know so they can fix it.
b. Delete the pallet from the system and prepare a deleted pallet report.
c. Place the pallet in FR7 status and notify the Air Clearance Authority (ACA).
d. Enter the discrepancy into the trailer data so the down-line station can fix it upon arrival
(212) When conducting an air terminal inventory on
, in addition to verifying the aerial port of debarkation (APOD), transportation control number (TCN), date received, and air commodity/special handling code, you must also verify the warehouse location,
a. number of pieces, weight, and cube only
b. priority, number of pieces, weight and cube only
c. configuration, number of pieces, weight and cube only
d. (APOE - embarkation), priority, and number of pieces only
(213) When selecting cargo by priority for a mission to Ramstein AB, Germany, which of the following pieces of cargo would you
based on transportation priority (TP), expedited handling indicators, and system entry time (SET) in Greenwich Meantime (GMT)?
a. TP-1; 999; SET; 25 July 09/1440 GMT
b. TP-2; 777; SET; 25 July 09/1440 GMT
c. TP-1; SET; 25 July 09/1630 GMT
d. TP-1; SET; 25 July 09/1430 GMT
(213) When selecting cargo by priority for a mission to Hickam AB, Hawaii, which of the following pieces of cargo would you
based on transportation priority (TP), expedited handling indicators, and system entry time (SET) in Greenwich Meantime (GMT) and other factors?
a. An armored personnel carrier; TP-i, SET: 25 July 09/1640 GMT
b. A T-4 multipallet train; TP-1, 777; SET: 25 July 09/1630 GMT
c. A canned engine; TP-1, 777, SET: 25 July 09/1430 GMT
d. Registered mail; TP-1; SET: 25 July 09/1645 GMT
(213) When computing an aircraft critical leg allowable cabin load (ACL), the two numbers you must add to equal the
total aircraft weight upon takeoff
include the aircraft
a. basic weight and fuel weight
b. basic weight and payload weight
c. operating weight and cargo weight
d. operating weight and takeoff fuel weight
(213) Which activity completes the task of
a. Inspecting the cargo.
b. Maintaining the pallet contents listing file.
c. Conducting an inventory on the cargo you selected.
d. Determining the aircraft critical leg allowable cabin load (ACL)
(213) Which formula do you use to determine the shoring requirements for
a. L x W
b. L x W x number of skids
c. Diameter x number of skids
d. L x W x 0.785 x number of skids
(213) Which formula do you use when determining the shoring requirements for
drums with rims
a. Outside the rim diameter^2 - inside rim diameter^2 x 0.785
b. Inside the rim diameter^2 - outside rim diameter^2 x 0.785
c. Diameter^2 x 0.785
d. Diameter^2 x 0.875
(213) When determining shoring requirements, you determine the
for a vehicle by dividing the
a. gross vehicle weight by the number of axles
b. number of wheels on each axle by the axle weight
c. axle weight by the number of wheels on each axle
d. gross vehicle weight by the number of wheels on the vehicle
(213) When determining shoring requirements for a drum with a rim,
doubling the thickness of the shoring:
a. add it to the outside and inside diameters.
b. subtract it from the outside and inside diameters
c. add it to the outside diameter and subtract it from inside diameter.
d. subtract it from the outside diameter and add it to the inside diameter.
(213) When preparing a load plan, which type will units and aerial port personnel use for mobility moves, contingencies, and channel missions outside of AMC if the have the capability?
a. DD Form 2131-XX- series load plan
b. COmputer Automated Load Manifesting load plans.
c. AF IMT 4080, Load/Sequence Breakdown Worksheet
d. automated air load planning system (AALPS)/Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES) Load Plans
(213) When preparing a load plan, which type do you use for AMC channel mission?
a. AALPS/ICODES load plans
b. AF IMT 4080, Load/Sequence Breakdown Worksheet
c. Computer Automated Load Manifesting Load Plans
d. DD Form 2131-XX-series load plans
(213) When preparing a load plan, in how many copies do you prepare and who receives them?
a. Two; one to ATOC personnel and one to the load master
b. Two; one to ATOC and one to ramp services personnel
c. Three; two to ATOC and one to ramp services personnel
d. Three; one to ATOC, one to TACC, and one to ramp.
(213) When preparing a load plan, after calculating the moments for each piece of equipment, multipallet train or single pallet on the aircraft, you must
a. operating weight and zero fuel weight
b. cargo gross weight and aircraft fuselage stations
c. weight of all the cargo and the moments the cargo generates
d. leading edge mean aerodynamic chord (LEMAC) and mean aerodynamic chord (MAC).
(214) You are preparing manual manifest and have the following cargo for Hickam AFB, Hawaii, and Kadena AB, Japan; general cargo for both locations; registered mail for Hickam; and signature services for both destinations. How many manifests will you prepare?
(214) When preparing a manual manifest, list
a. pallet data first, with loose cargo listed in transportation control number (TCN) sequence.
b. loose cargo data first, with pallet data listed in transportation priority (TP) sequence.
c. loose cargo data first, with pallet data listed in pallet ID sequence.
d. pallet data first, with loose cargo listed in system entry time (SET) sequence.
(214) When preparing a
, in the destination block, enter the
a. four-character International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) code.
b. three-character air terminal identifier (ATI) code
c. three-character aerial port code (APC)
d. in-the-clear destination
(215) At the end of the month, what happens
the AMC Form 56, Rehandled Workload, is forwarded to the records, reports and analysis section?
a. It is included in the AMC A4 7107 report.
b. Section leadership reviews and verifies the information
c. Manpower levels are adjusted based on the numbers entered.
d. It is used to project failure workloads and document facts for carious studies.
(215) ATOC personnel complete the AMC Form 56, Rehandled Workload,
a. a load plan is accomplished
b. pallets are reconfigured due to opportune airlift
c. cargo is fustrated to Air Clearance Authority/Customer Service Branch (ACA/CSB)
d. prebuilt pallets that arrived improperly configured are reconfigured by aerial port personnel
(215) When completing the cargo rehandled block of the AMC Form 56, who is required to review and sign the form after it is complete?
a. The Officer in charge or superintendent of the section performing the rehandled aircraft workload.
b. The records, reports, and analysis representative accepting the form
c. The individual making entries on the form.
d. The squadron operations officer.
(215) If you re-service the latrine on the aircraft, which rehandled form do you complete?
a. AMC Form 108, Passenger Rehandled Workload
b. AMC Form 85, Rehandled Form
c. AMC Form 65, Aircraft Reserviced Workload
d. AMC Form 56, Rehandled Workload
(216) When reviewing and reconciling transportation documentation, which report does aerial port management review daily?
a. Excessive port hold time (PHT) or system entry time (SET)
b. Over/short shipment report
c. Manifest header summary
d. Pallet listing report
(216) Before the AMC Form 77 is sent to data records for review and filing who must review the form for accuracy and completeness and sign it?
a. The shift supervisor/senior controller of ATOC
b. The squadron operating officer
c. The inbound controller
d. The ramp controller
(216) Data records personnel can file the AMC Form 77, Aircraft Grounf Handling Record, in the station files
they hav reviewed the folder to ensure
a. each aircraft's schedule of event occurred on time
b. skipped manifests are annotated in the remarks section
c. manifested numbers are in sequential order based on aircraft time of departure and deleted mainfests are annotate in the remarks section
d. all aircraft data and events are accurately captured and all transportation documents that apply to that missio are included in the package.
(216) When reviewing the AMC Form 77, what do data records personnel do if they notice any descrepancies?
a. Notify the squadron operations officer so he/she can direct corrective action
b Send the package back to ATOC for correction or correct it themselves.
c. Send the discrepant portion(s) of the package back to the work center responsible for creating the document
d. Notify TACC that proper billing cannot take place due to the discrepancies.
(216) When maintaining transportation documentation, is a mission number changes what must you do
filing the new AMC Form 77?
a. Print an additional copy of the old AMC Form 77 and attach it to the new AMC Form 77
b. Duplicate all the information from the old AMC Form 77 onto the new one and file.
c. Write the old mission number on the new AMC Form 77 in the remarks section.
d. File each AMC Form 77 separately with remarks annotated on each
(216) When maintaining mainfest registers, maintain one current
a. fiscal year plus 1 inactive year
b. fiscal year plus 2 inactive years
c. calendar year plus 1 inactive year
d. calendar year plus 2 inactive years
(216) When maintaining the concolidated flight packages (CFP), consider them as permanent documents and reture them to the base staging area
a. 1 fiscal year
b. 2 fiscal years
c. 1 calendar year
d. 2 calendar years