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2A3X7B Ssgt WAPS study 2021
Terms in this set (399)
An informal term for manning requirements not validated by higher headquarters, but deemed important to the mission by org. leadership.
The term Out-of-hide means?
Air Force Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (AFTTP)
What does AFTTP stand for?
Maintenance Concept : Depot-level Maintenance
Which maintenance concept has "maintenance requiring the overhaul, upgrading, or rebuilding of parts, assemblies, or subassemblies, and the testing and reclamation of equipment as necessary."? (AFI 21-101) 1.3
__________ "assigned combat coded fighter aircraft will coordinate with Mission Design Series (MDS) lead and using commands and the MAJCOM Operations Directorate (MAJCOM/A3) to develop and document standardized MDS and Primary Aerospace Vehicle (Aircraft) Authorized (PAA) specific utilization rate standards in their supplements to this instruction." 21-101 1.3
What exist at over the surface of JP-4 @ -10 degrees F and above and aviation gasoline @ -50 degrees F and above?
A trained maintenance unit is key to an effective, what?
Aircraft Weight Principles
1. Basic Weight
2. Operating Weight
3. Zero Fuel Weight
4. Ramp Weight
5. Takeoff Gross Weight
T.O. 1-1B-50 Weight and Balance
Which TO provides information and instructions for maintaining the charts and forms (DD Form 365 series or electronic equivalent) that provide the means for maintaining continuous record and control of aircraft weight and balance?
Which term is a combination of performacne, control, and structural restrictions. Exceeding these limits can result in loss of acft and is expressly forbidden?
Which term is a combination of actual weighing, accurate record keeping, and proper use of the acft specific manuals, charts, forms, and loading manuals?
Century of Gravity (CG)
Which term is defined by the most forward and aft permissible CG locations and are called forward and aft CG limits, respectively.
Is a condition of stability, which exists in a acft when all weights and forces are acting in such a way as to prevent rotation.
The term at which a number of weights could be concentrated to produce the same effect as they produced when separated.
A moment divided by an established constant such as 10, 100, 1000, 10,000, or 100,000.
Is the distance of the CG of an item from a reference datum.
A measure of a tendency to rotate an object due to a force applied at a particular point on the object. In acft weight and balance, this term of an item is the weight (force) of the item multiplied by its balance arm.
Load Adjuster Index
A number that represents moment on the acft load adjuster and, in conjunction with acft weight or index formula, permits CG calculations
DD Form 365
Record of Weight and Balance Personnel. A continuous record of weight and balance personnel responsible for the correctness and maintenance of an aircraft's weight and balance handbook.
DD Form 365-1, Chart A
Basic Weight Checklist Record.
The first is to provide a definition of what is included in
Basic Weight for a particular aircraft. The second is to
provide weight and balance data for items that may be
removed from or added to the Basic Weight of the aircraft.
DD Form 365-2, Form B
Aircraft Weighing Record.
Form B is to record the data obtained from an actual aircraft weighing. This form also provides the necessary instructions for computing the current weight, moment and center of gravity (CG) of the aircraft.
DD Form 365-3, Chart C
Basic Weight and Balance Record.
a continuous and permanent history of the aircraft Basic Weight, moment, and CG. Any required change to the aircraft Basic Weight and/or Moment shall be recorded on the Chart C. The last line of the Chart C (aircraft Basic Weight, moment, and CG) is the most current data and the baseline for all subsequent loading calculations on Forms
Acft Weighing Requirements
A) As req by pertinent service directives or technical directives
B) In accordance w/weighing reqs specified in applicable acft loading manual, operators manual or Chart E
C) After completion of selected depot level events as defined by appropriate Service Engineering Organization.
TO 1-1B-50 Chapters
2) Aircraft Weight and Balance Principles
3) Weight and Balance System
4) Instructions for the Use of Weight and Balance Charts and Forms
TO 00-20-1 Aerospace Equipment Maintenance Inspection, Documentation, Policies, and Procedures
Technical Order (TO) establishes the policies and procedures for use of 00-20-series TOs and provides weapon system and equipment maintenance inspection and documentation guidance. It also implements the policies of AFMCI 21-100, AFI 11-301V1, and AFI 21-102.
Air Force aerospace vehicle inspections are prescribed in applicable Mission Design Series (MDS) specific -6 TO maintenance manuals, item technical orders, inspection workcards, checklists, commercial manuals or depot engineering data.
Basic Post-Flight (BPO)
• More thorough than PR or TH
• After the last flight or flying period
Combined Pre-flight/Basic Post Flight Inspection
PR/BPO consolidates the reqs of the PR and BPO insps into a single insp accomplished at the end of the specified flying period or prior to the first flight of the next specified flying period
This insp is due upon accrual of the number of flying hours, operating hours, or at the expiration of a calender period specified in the applicable MDS specific -6 TO. More extensive in scope than the HPO or BPO insp s as the insp is a thorough insp of the entire aerospace vehicle.
Quick Turn Insp
An abbreviated thru-flight insp authorized by MDS specific -6 TOs.
Between flights insps and will be accomplished after each flight, when a turnaround sortie or continuation flight is scheduled and a BPO insp is not req.
The number of the next due PE inspection should be the same as the number obtained by dividing the aerospace vehicle hours at which the next PH is due by the hourly inspection interval.
Concept translates flying hour utilization rates into calendar periods, usually expressed in days.
Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM)
An insp req skills, equipment, and/or facilities not normally possessed by operating locations. Individual areas, components, and systems are inspected to MDS specific -6 TO reqs.
No-Fly Calendar Inspections
Either a 30-day or 90-day inspections, required when aerospace vehicles do not fly for a consecutive number of days.
30 Day Inspection
Aerospace vehicle does not fly for more than 30 consecutive days, it reqs a BPO before the aerospace vehicle is returned to operational status in addition to any -6 or -2 TO reqs that exist.
When aerospace vehicle does not fly for 90 consecutive days (does not apply to ground training and alert/immediate response aerospace vehicles where recurring visual insp and operational checks are accomplished) if no -6 to -2 TO requirements exist, accomplish the following before the aerospace vehicle is returned to operational status.
In Process Inspection (IPI)
An additional insp or verification step at a critical point in the installation, assembly or reassembly of a system, subsystem or component. These inspections are either TO, MAJCOM, or locally directed and are accomplished by IPI certified personnel.
Establish & maintain historical files, in accords with AFMAN 33-363 & AFI 21-101 for each aerospace vehicle or equipment.
Indicated the aerospace vehicle, equipment or SE is considered unsafe or unserviceable, non-airworthy or unknown status/lack of accountability of special inspection/time change item reqs has been identified and will not be flown or used until the unsatisfactory condition is corrected and/or the symbol is cleared.
Indicated the condition of the equipment is unknown and a more serious condition may exist.
Indicated that a discrepancy exists on equipment, but is not sufficiently urgent or dangerous to warrant its grounding or discontinued use.
Downgrading an Red X
The GP/CC or designated official enters the following statement in the Corrective Action block, "red X changed to a Red diagonal (see page __, item __) for the purpose of a one-time flight to (name destination station)" Will also enter their min signature in the insp by block.
781, 781A, 781H, 781F, 781K, 781J
What are the Mandatory AFTO Forms?
Operate the equipment to determine if it is fulfilling its intended purpose
What is used to record service, periodic, and special inspections, and the current status of support equipment?
Requirements are expressed as calendar events (daily, weekly, monthly...) Daily and weekly reqs work out mathematically by adding 1 day or 1 week to the completion date. Monthly intervals will be expressed using a calendar interval.
AFTO 244 Part 1
What AFTO part identities the SE for which the form is maintained?
AFTO 244 Part 2
What AFTO part provides a means to document servicing inspections and prior to use inspections are not documented unless req by the GP/CC or another publication?
AFTO 244 Part 3
what AFTO part provides a means to document scheduled inspections?
AFTO 244 Part 4
What AFTO part provides a means to document a supervisory review of the forms, if required by the GP/CC?
AFTO 244 Part 5
What AFTO provides a means to document equipment discrepancies, corrective actions, and special inspection completion?
AFTO Form 95
Which form is for Significant Historical Data?
DD Form 2026
Which form is for Oil Analysis Record?
In what publication can instructions for use of the AFTO Form 349 be found?.
Which TO is a publication that documents MDD processes and Codes/Entries used in the MDD process?
Maintenance Data Documentation
Valid & reliable maintenance data, both the users and the providers of data must have a clear understanding of the concept for documenting maintenance data. Documentations categories, data entry, data codes, and documentation rules.
AFTO Form 350
Which AFTO form is a Repairable item processing tag?
Consists of 5 characters and it used to identify organizational elements of which mx personnel are assigned. Standard codes are used by all org. engaged in mx functions, and the responsibilities for assigning and coordination codes are outlined in the AFI 21-101
Types of Workcenters
1. Owning - basic custodial & mx responsibility for an item of EQ
2. Performing - the one performing mx or contributes labor towards a mx req
3. Reporting - Any of the types to which mx personnel are assigned, although reporting may be exempted.
4.Non-reporting - where mx personnel may expend man-hrs, but to which no mx personnel are assigned
Maintenance Location Data
Mx performed on transient USAF, Air Reserve, and ANG acft will be entered in the MDD system. Data req for off-base processing is provided by the station where the mx was performed. MX & servicing performed on AMC industrial funded acft do not req the data transmission to the home station
A unique code, and its use must be understood in order to know how certain data elements are used for mx actions. On-eq: the code is interpreted by a computer routine into the owning workcenter, EQ S/N, registration number, or end item eq designator, MDS, Type Model Series Modification (TMSM), TMS or end Item WUC, and the SRD. Off-eq: same number will convert to owning workcenter and SRD code.
Job Control Number (JCN)
Used to report, control, & identify each mx action. . Base-level of these will consist of 9 characters. The first 5 characters represent the ordinal day, The last 4 characters are used to identify jobs, and normally consist of a daily or monthly job sequence number.
Federal Stock Class (FSC)
The first four digits of the National Stock Number and cannot begin with zero or be all zeros
AFMAN 91-203 Air Force Occupational Safety, Fire and Health Standards
Provides employees a safe & healthful workplace.
AFMAN 91-203 Chapter 24
Addresses hazards and safe operating procedures on the flight line, to include activities in mx hangars and group operations conducted on the flight line ramp.
Flightline Potentially Hazardous Areas and Operations of 91-203
1. Flammable Fuel Vapor Areas
2. Electrical Receptacles
3. Acft Mx Operations
4. Hazardous Noise
Specific Requirements of 91-203
2. Fire Prevention
3. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)/Self-Aid Buddy Care (SABC)
4. Lifting Devices
5. Compressed Air
6. OxygeSpecific Requirements of 91-203 n & Nitrogen
7. Acft Arresting Systems
8. Confined Spaces
9. Red Ball
Additional PPE Reqs of 91-203
1. Head Apparel - hats, bump caps, metal, plastic or leather hair fasteners and wigs shall not be worn
2. Footwear - stealtoe
3. Reflective Materials - vehicle & eq marking, bicycles
4. Jet Intakes
5. Lox/LN2 Transfers
Acft Parking Reqs 91-203
1. Specific parking locations shall be designated for each acft.
2. Temporary Parking
3. Wheel Chocking
4. Clean Parking Areas
5. Taxi/Tow Lines
6. Mooring/Tie-Down of Acft
7. Acft Emergency Removal
8. C-130 Acft
Adverse Weather Conditions of 91-203
1. Weather Safety
2. Local Base weather org
3. Safeguarding Acft
4. C-5 & Wide-body staircases
Which AFI/AFMAN/TO has towing and jacking operations/inspections and the definitions of each tow/jack members responsibilities?
13 Knots or 15 MPH
What is the safe maximum velocity for outside jacking when specifications cannot be found?
Winds 20-30 Knots
1. Ensure all acft precautiionary actions are taken IAW applicable TOs, directives and publications
2. Ensure all non-essential AGE & other loose EQ is removed from flightline and secured
3. If acft is not being worked, ensure all RADOMES, canopies and access pnls/doors are closed/secured.
4. Ensure all protective covers are installed on acft
True or False? Anti-collision light equipped aircraft must have the lights on prior to engine start until engine shutdown
Winds 31-50 Knots
1. In addition to high wind precautions secure all materials and mx eq.
2. Hangar all acft with less than 15,000 pounds gross weight (I.E Engines removed, no fuel)
3. Hangar all acft with canopies &/or RADOMES removed
4. Secure all equipment
Winds Over 50 Knots
1. In addition to high wing precautions, all nonessential personnel move to shelter or remain in their duty sections (Do not open canopy hatch or any access door or remove any covers when winds are in excess of 50 knots
2.ALL AGE must be removed from flightline. Maximum umber of acft shall be hangared
3. All non-essential personnel shall seek shelter or remain inside duty sections
4. For winds in excess of 70 knots, moor acft IAW applicable TO; clear ramp
5. Consider evacuation of acft
Speed limit of General Purpose Vehicles?
True or False? Redball response vehicles are authorized to exceed speed limits
Speed limits of vehicles in close proximity to acft (W.in 50 ft)?
Reduce speed to 10 MPH max
Speed limits of reduced visibility or when snow and ice are present on paved surfaces
Speed limit of Special Purpose Vehicles (Tractors, tugs, forklifts, sweepers)?
Speed limit of "Follow Me" vehicles
Permitted to exceed the normal 15 mph to accommodate acft taxiing speed.
True or False? Vehicles shall not be parked or driven less than 25 feet in front or 200 feet behind aircraft with running engines, unless prescribed in applicable aircraft handbooks
Maintenance Group Commander (MXG/CC) or equivalent
Who ensures a detailed local operating procedures for hangaring acft, including safety precautions, are prepared and coordinated with the installation Occupational Safety office and FES flight?
True or False? Ground Power Units shall not be placed less than 10 ft from any aircraft fuel vent or under wing surfaces.
Private Motor Vehicle operators
To drive on the flight line, who must possess
A valid state's drivers license
AF From 483
Flight Line endorsement and authorization (PMV Pass/Cone) from airfield manager
What AFI outlines the PPE regulations for motorcycles, bicycles, tricycles and other vehicles on the flight line?
Within 25 ft
What is the parking distance for vehicles of any aircraft unless authorized for operations such as loading or unloading, servicing or towing?
Which TO/AFMAN/AFI indicated the entrance/leaving/parking flight line driving areas?
Who has authorization control to allow vehicles to idle during extreme hot or cold temperatures?
Less than 25 ft in front and 200 ft behind
Vehicles shall not be parked or driven less than how many feet in front or behind aircraft with running engines?
300 ft unless directed by wing or installation commander
Refueling and explosive loaded vehicles shall not be operated when visibility is less than how many ft unless directed by who?
PMVs, flight line vehicles besides emergency and alert vehicles
When visibility is diminished at less than 100 ft, what vehicles shall not be operated?
What is the IAW for fire extinguishers knowledge?
Chocks are constructed IAW what TO?
Technical Orders (TO), Air Force Instructions (AFI), and doctrines
What are the three different forms of written guidance that exist to ensure mission accomplishment?
Basic weapons system tasks. It provides information and guidelines on basic procedures and techniques used for standardization
What does the AFTTP 3-4.21 address?
To codify collective wisdom, and to provide a framework for preparing, planning and conducting air and space operations
What is the purpose of a doctrine?
What does TTP stand for?
Air Force Operational Doctrine to the AFDD 4-0
Describes the fundamental principles by which military forces guide their actions in support of national objectives.
Which is the Best Doctrines for Theory and Best practice & Why?
Information presented in the maintenance fundamentals TTP volumes lends itself to multiple training opportunities
What are the maintenance training devices?
True or False: Doctrine development can be completed?
Every 24 Months
How often is the AFTTP 3-4.21 reviewed?
Skills and experience
A unit's success depends on its ability to provide the right number of personnel with the right mix of what and what to accomplish its mission?
True or False: the Aircraft Maintenance Fundamentals AFTTP is reviewed on even years
A planning conference for the upcoming TTP volume.
What is the Aircraft Maintenance and Munitions Tactics Conference (AMMTAC)?
Maintenance Group (MXG) Chief enlisted manager
Who normally leads group-level manpower management through a manpower point of contact?
The major command functional manager (MFM) for each AFSC assigned to your unit.
Who is the most important outside source for the group for manpower management?
Simulated methods, nonsimulated methods, and specific MAJCOM requirements
What are the methods for determining maintenance manpower requirements?
True or False? Manpower management meetings are monthly?
True or False? Only select installations will have a support agreement manager that serves as a process owner?
Senior enlisted leaders
Who educates officers and fellow enlisted on manpower management processes?
MAJCOM 21A/M functional area manager (FAM)
Who works directly with group leadership on maintenance group deputy commander, squadron commander hiring and officer assignments?
MAJCOM Functional Area Manager (FAM)
Who is the best source for questions on officer manning within MAJCOM?
1) AFIs - Primarily AFI 38-201
2) 38-Series AF policy documents (AFPD),
3) Manuals (AFMAN)
What are primary references for manpower-related guidance?
A comprehensive USAF-approved computer simulation model used to determine maintenance manpower requirements for most mobility and combat air forces (MAF/CAF) weapons systems
What is a Logistics Composite Model (LCOM)?
Operational, maintenance and support requirements to provide the complete picture of the manpower required to operate and maintain USAF aircraft.
What does Logistics Composite Model (LCOM) incorporate?
Maintenance information system data records
What is a key component in LCOM analyses?
It is a statement of the unit's manpower requirements.
What is a Unit Manning Document (UMD)?
True or False? The UMD identifies funded and unfunded manpower requirements?
Special experience and enable efficient identification of maintenance resources
What do Special Experience Identifier (SEI)'s designate personnel with?
Each individual manpower requirement (including posiition number, AFSC, functional account code (FAC), workcenter, effective (funded) grade, required grade, number of authorizations, program element code (PEC), and special experience identifier (SEI)).
The UMD contains detailed information about what?
Who awards SEI's based on time or completion of formal training or unique corses to show experience performing specific duties?
In the Air Force Enlisted Classification Directory (AFECD) and Air Force Office Classification Directory (AFOCD) on the Air Force Personnel Services website
Where can a full list of SEI's and associated requirements be found?
True or False? Do not chase SEI metrics?
To maintain and update
What is imperative for the SEI listing and roster of SEI-qualified personnel regularly?
The installation manpower office
Who periodically, or upon request, provides units updated UMDs?
True or False? The impacts of an ACR on ability to support tasked UTCs and the assignment processes do not need to be considered?
The Group Commander
Who approves the ACR to be accomplished by the manpower office ans submits the ACR to the MAJCOM?
Who should periodically review the UPMR for accuracy and compare it to the positions authorized on the UMD?
The UPMR provides _____ for UMD ______?
Should disciplinary action for a civilian result in terminations, the position the individual held will be _______ until full resolution of the matter, thereby delaying the start of the hiring process?
True or False? The UPMR is the source for duty position information in performance reports?
How long is the cycled schedule the Global Force Management (GFM) reviews periodically by the GFM Board?
Global Force Management
The Secretary of Defense and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff use what process to assign forces to combatant commanders for mission accomplishment?
Consider rotating personnel assigned permanent duties outside their primary AFSC on a __ to __ month cycle to ensure wartime skills are not lost.
AFTTP 3-4.21 suggest to guard against the natural tendency to regulate SNCOs and officers to _______ _____ and saddle them with meeting attendance.
AFI 36-2201, Air Force Training Program
AFI 36-2650, Maintenance Training
AFI 21-101, Aircraft and Equipment Maintenance Management
What are the training references from the Air Force Publications?
Trained maintenance technicians
According to the AFTTP 3-4.21, a successful sortie production requires what?
The AFI 36-2201 is used a reference to establish what?
Master Training Plan (MTP) and Master Task Listing (MTL)
Building a training plan requires the creation of a ______, including a _______?
The MTL is a _______ product that identifies skill-level and duty position requirements for each assigned AFSC?
Annually or when major mission changes take place
As a minimum, the MTL should be reviewed how often?
The Military Training Plan is a guide for training by ______/_____ and is a part of the unit's TBA.
TBA upgrade training status should be entered how often in the journal entry tab?
Which AFI oulines the principles and procedures of TBA?
Build, track, and report training requirements, status, and progression.
What does TBA allow leaders to do?
If TBA is unavailable, what AFI provides specific documentation requirements for the CFETP?
Upgrade Training (UGT)
Mandatory training that leads to attainment of a higher level of proficiency
May result in administrative discharge
What may happen if CDC requirements are not met?
Sections chiefs and flight leadership
Who should review UGT on at least a biweekly basis?
Distance Learning, Field Training Detachments (FTD), Maintenance Training Sections (MTS), Regional Training Center (RTC), etc.
What are the sources of training?
Who can be leveraged to create a Training load forecast for a unit?
Which AFI/AFMAN/AFTTP/TO determines the Training Day Management process and requirements?
True or False? While using an aircraft for training days it is acceptable for the mission capable rate to go down to provide effective training?
A valuable management tool that lists personnel appointed to perform, evaluate, and/or inspect work of a critical nature and provides insight into current and future training requirements.
What is the Special Certification Roster (SCR)?
The Special Certification Roster (SCR) gives who a current, clear, and concise listing of personnel with specific qualifications?
Prearrival Initial Evaluations
Postarrival Initial Evaluations
According to the AFTTP 3-4.21, what are the two evaluation methods to enhance/improve unit training?
60 days or 120 days ARC
The supervisor and trainee will conduct an initial evaluation no later than ____ days or ___ days for ARC after arrival.
Quarterly Status of Training meetings are normally chaired by who?
Who receives monthly Status of Training briefings from their UTM?
The maintenance training sections will consolidate ______ data for the wing quarterly status of training.
Maintenance leaders of all levels
Who should establish weekly/monthly reviews of the unit training program focusing on required status of training elements?
Who should consider creating a Maintenance Tactics and Training Program for development of senior enlisted and officer maintainers?
On the shelf
The most successful units keep plans ______________ that can be tailored if/when a specific tasking is assigned.
Associated Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures
What should be taken into account when planning and executing deployment operations?
The Commander (CC)
Who is responsible for properly aligning organizational resources against requirements by reviewing and approving the monthly ART/DRRS reports?
The Deployment Officer (DO)
Who advises the CC and works with various flights and outside organizations aligning the production capabilities against the squadrons UTC requirements?
Installations Deployment Officer
Who is appointed by the wing commander and oversees the base deployment operations?
PS&D provides what for aircraft sortie generation?
Who provides relevant and timely information on threat expectations in the local area as well as at a projected or tasked deployment location?
According to the AFTTP 3-4.21, the foundation of all operations is what?
WMP Volumes 1 to 5
What are the volumes considered part of the Contingency Planning Documents in the War and Mobilization plan (WMP)?
Conditions and standards
Mission Essential Tasks (MET) identify any given unit's mission while specifying _____ and _____ under which the units is expected to perform the mission?
WMP and OPLAN
DOC statements provide snapshots of assigned missions translated from which Contingency Planning Documents?
What are the two parts Base Support Plans (BSP)/Expeditionary Support Plans (ESP) have?
Part I: Unclassified...
Part II: Classified....
Crisis action response
AEF and enable rotations
Contingency planning taskings include those in support of which taskings?
What is an important aspects that is one of the least recognized for a deployment?
Who maintains mobility folders for all taskable personnel?
True or False? The MXG is typically one of the heaviest tasked organizations for providing augmentation to the wing deployment function due to the large number of individuals assigned?
notification, mobilization, en route support and bedding planning
Executing a deployment involves what?
The aircraft generation planning and execution is a ____ step process?
Six Step Process (Steps)
1) Understand the Tasking (Planning)
2) Understand the wing's generations concept (planning)
3. Choose an AMU generation concept (planning)
4. Build/understand/utilize the unit's AF Form 2408/2409 and the Generation Flow Plan (GFP) (planning)
5. Select and sequence generation aircraft (Execution)
6. Coordinate the unit's generations execution/launch plan with key players (executions)
Map out a plan that seamlessly integrates aircraft generation activities and personnel/equipment mobilization with other wing deployment activities
What is the objective of the Generation Flow Plan?
True or False? The GFP is not an AFI requirement
Who Provides the vector overall planning?
Who provides the sqd's picture on overall shortages personnel, acft, equipment, or components that may affect the generation?
Who coordinates outside agency and maintenance support?
Quality assurance Leadership
Who are the key players in maintaining safe maintenance operations and can provide an technical advice?
MXS Production Superintendent
Who addresses AMXS concerns for backshop support
MOF/CC and/or MOF/Superintendent
Who is a critical communication node to wing leadership and manages key command and control products that provide overview of generation efforts?
Who manages the execution of overall generation taskings?
AMU lead production superintendent
Who is a flight line expert to build and execute the plan and must be present to assist the operations officer in determining the support needed to successfully generate aircraft?
Cell Boss (expediter)
Which individual is responsible for generation actions on a group of aircraft and additionally, cell bosses are responsible for managing assigned maintenance personnel. Also can/cannot be required to communicate directly with MOC?
Using a team of experts to preinspect and/or inspect during a generation can be tremendous impact on the success of a generation is called what?
Employment and Regeneration
The combat sortie generation cycles is composed of what two parts?
OPCON, ADCON, and TACON for personnel
Leadership should immediately establish what upon arrival from a deployment/tdy?
Air Tasking Order (ATO)
What is the joint force commander's requirements document for combat tasking of air units and the AOR's flying schedule developed based on results of the targeting cycle?
What notionally spans a 72 hour period, while each daily ATO spans 24 hour periods?
24 Hour ATO
What coverage coincides with unit-level-fly-fix cycle and maintenance flying schedule development and execution?
What is a critical aspect of fleet health and combat capability sustainment, even during combat operations?
Air Tasking Order Fragmentary Order
What order is derived from the ATO and is a unit's direct instructions for configuration of aircraft?
According to the AFTTP 3-4.21, what are based on MDS, Location, response time, and mission?
Rapid Aircraft Turnaround
What is it called when aircraft in combat are rapidly turned to maintain the daily battle rhythm?
Aircraft Battle Damage Repair (ABDR)
What provides a critical capability to return damaged aircraft to serviceable condition to support combat sortie generation?
Commanders, managers, and supervisors
Who shall ensure that all aircraft servicing personnel under their supervision are knowledgeable of requirements in applicable directives and technical orders?
Shall and Will
What terms indicate mandatory requirements and also express a declaration of purpose?
What term indicates a preferred method of accomplishment?
What term indicates an acceptable or suggest means of accomplishment?
Aircraft Fuel Servicing
What is the movement of fuel to or from an external source to or from an aircraft through a Single-Point Refuel (SPR) receptacle?
What is a means of protecting metals from corrosion by making the metal the cathode of an electrolytic cell? (Pipes, tanks, and steel piers (wharves))
Aircraft Turnaround Supervisior
Who is responsible for Integrated Combat Turnaround (ICT) aircraft servicing operations and their minimum grade will be a SSgt in accordance to the AFI 21-101?
Aircraft Servicing Supervisor
Who is responsible for the aircraft fuel servicing operations and shall be task trained/certified by the CFETP?
Concurrent Servicing Area (CSA)
What is the area within an imaginary circle around the aircraft, including the fuel servicing safety zones and extends at least 10 ft outboard of the acft wingtips/tail/nose called?
Concurrent Servicing Operations (CSO) Supporting Combat Sortie Generation (CSG)
What is simultaneous fueling and munitions/ammunition loading/unloading, acft configuration/ acft -6 insps and servicing except oxygen servicing called?
Simultaneous fuel servicing with -6 insps, munitions/ammunition loading/unloading, acft reconfiguration, and other acft servicing such as oil, nite, and hydro fluid.
When is a concurrent Servicing Supervisor required?
What is the term that is when an electrically, hydraulically, mechanically, or pneumatically operated switch or valve required continuous positive hand pressure by the operation to maintain fuel flow?
What is the lowest temperature at which a liquid gives off enough vapor to form an ignitable mixture with the air above the liquid?
What is a movement of fuel from an aircraft fuel tank to any external, approved container or system through the SPR receptacle?
Fuel Servicing Safety Zones
What is the area within 50 ft of a pressurized fuel carrying servicing component?
R-11 Servicing Vehicle
What is the most common type of fuel servicing unit in the Air Force inventory?
Fuel Spill Classifications
Class I fuel spill
Which fuel spill class involves an area less than 2 ft in any plan dimension (direction)
Class II Fuel Spill
Which fuel spill class involves an area not over 10 ft in any plane dimension, or not over 50 sq ft and not of a continuing nature? Must notify the fire protection org and base agency responsible for cleanup of hazardous spills.
Class III Fuel Spill
Which fuel spill class involves an area over 10 ft in any plane dimension, or over 50 sq ft in total area or of a continuing nature and is considered a ramp mishap?
Flow Through Revetment (FTR)
What is an open ramp parking area with protective earth filled steel walls several feet thick designed to protect the aircraft?
Liquid Oxygen (LOX) Servicing Safety Zone
What is an area within 20 ft of pressurized LOX servicing equipment?
Any potential fuel hazards should be reported to who?
Fire or explosion hazards are always _______ where fuels are handled.
What is the process of the connecting one or more metallic objects and ground conductors to ground electrodes?
Which document tells the JP fuel nozzle/hose/pipe diameter and corresponding gallons/minutes flow?
What is most susceptible to lightning strikes?
What is the term for electrically connecting two or more components of a system to equalize voltage potential?
The base fire department and the civil engineering pollution control response team
Fuel or oil spills will be reported to who as required by local directives?
True or False? Grounding is not required for parked aircraft or aircraft fuel servicing operations unless required by specific MDS technical orders?
True or False? Aircraft do not need to be bonded to fuel servicing equipment at all times during fuel servicing operations?
1) Undergoing Munitions loading/unloading
2) Undergoing electrostatic painting, bead blasting, or fuel system repair
3) Connect to a hangar electrical power source
4) When required by specific MDS technical Data
Which 4 operations require the aircraft to be grounded?
True or False? Grounding of aircraft or supporting servicing equipment during either fuel servicing, Liquid Nitrogen servicing, or Gaseous Nitrogen servicing is required?
Attach grounding clamp to the earth grounding point and then insert the plug of the other end into the acft receptacle jack assembly
What is the recommended sequence to grounding acft?
Which document indicates the grounding/bonding hardware requirements and specific part numbers?
Above the waist level and at least 3 ft from fuel vent outlets
Personnel will ground/bond themselves where and at what distance from fuel vent outlets prior to checking vents?
True or False? Chemical Warfare Defense Ensemble (CWDE) effectively dissipate static charges, personnel can ground or bond directly through gloves.
JP-8 (+100 degrees F)
Which fuel type (JP-4, JP-8, JP-5) has the highest flash point and is relatively safe to use?
Which document describes the hot surface hazards for refueling?
Fuel Servicing Safety Zone
Which area is within 50 ft of a pressurized fuel carrying servicing component, 25 ft around aircraft fuel vent outlets and applies to open ramps and to the insides of hangars /shelters that have been approved for fuel servicing operations?
Which document indicates how aircraft is parked?
300 ft or more
How far away shall acft radar and High Frequency radios be operated of servicing operations?
TO 00-20-2 Chapter 3
Which document and chapter's concept is to have valid and reliable maintenance data, with both the users and the providers of data must have a clear understanding of the concept for documenting maintenance data?
All Air-to-Air/Tactical Missiles MDD processes are outlined in what?
Documentation categories, data entry, data codes, and documentations rules
What are the four major characteristics addressed in the TO 00-20-2 chap 3?
2 categories (On and off equipment)
MDD data is grouped into how many categories and what are they called?
What is data documented to describe maintenance performed on end items of equipment categorized as?
What is data documented to describe maintenance performed on assemblies, sub-assemblies, or components removed from an end item of equipment are categorized as?
Four Modes of Operation for Job discovery and entry
1. During scheduled maintenance events
2. Unscheduled maintenance events, being input as they occur
3. As the result of aircrew debriefing and and be associated w/specific aircraft flight and input during debrief
4. As the result of discovery by an on-board recording device which may be input electronically
True or False? TTPs are tactical doctrines written for decision makers at the unit level.
While TOs and AFIs define the what and when, TTps provide the ____?
What is an evolving body of knowledge that is built upon and refined over time?
Maintenance Fundamentals TTP Volumes (aircraft, munitions/missiles)
Maintenance leaders should use what as decision making tools, a common language for mission execution and maintenance training devices?
What type of terminology enables the maintenance leaders to be precise when exercising ideas?
The manpower management process includes what type of meetings?
The number of personnel required
Understanding the manning is more than just knowing what to execute the maintenance mission in a vacuum?
Computer-based training (CBT), career development courses (CDC), on-the-job training (OJT), professional military education (PME) and ancillary
Training Types consist of what?
Analysis and model development
According to the AFTTP 3-4.21, maintenance leaders of all levels should be familiar with inputs to what?
What is a detailed manpower listing extracted from the manpower data system?
The UMD is a unit-level source document identifying mission-manpower, it also identifies the manpower ____ authorized for a unit.
True or False? An ACR action can add or subtract from overall manpower numbers.
According to the AFTTP 3-4.21, who should evaluate ability to execute the missions based on forces in theater?
What is formally known as SORTS and it also indicates a unit's ability to undertake its full mission or particular missions?
1st and 15th of each month
Submission of the Resource Readiness Assessment and Capability Readiness Assessment via Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) between what days of each month?
Who may be necessary during times of increased operational tempo/deployments or other situations?
USAF Reserve and the Air National Guard
Who both are equal partners in the Total Force and may have manpower available to assist other units with unfilled/unfunded manpower requirements?
Who must consider sufficient manning and experience at the deployed location when posturing deployment manning?
All 5- and 7- level experienced
Maintenance leaders need to ensure the maximized utilization of what personnel where they are needed most, in mission sortie production jobs?
Aircraft maintenance managers
Who must balance manpower requirements and resources to ensure the right number of personnel with the right qualifications and experience are available to meet mission requirements?
The applicable CFETP
What is the primary document used during MTL development?
The Military Training Plan (MTP)
What establishes a time-definite training plan for the AFSC/workcenter and provides a structured and formal approach to meet both individual and unit training needs?
In the event TBA is unavailable, what transitions to hard copy; all components are still required including the MTL, CFETP, Air Force job qualification standards (AFJQS), and locally developed AF Form 797?
What are individualized training records?
What is an online platform that follows the principles and procedures?
After how many months in upgrade training does it become reportable to MAJCOM?
Qualification training or OJT
What type of training is hands-on performance training?
What consists of CBT and videos/digital video devices?
What are AETC units located at select operational bases to accomplish on-site familiarization, initial and advanced training?
The Maintenance Training Section (MTS)
What are the group-level organizations called that support the maintenance qualification training program (MQTP) and use hands-on training?
Regional Training Center (RTC)
What is a unique training unit utilized primarily by Air Mobility Command for outside the continental United States (OCONUS) en route units?
Regional Training Center RTC
What provides a formalized OJT and qualification training?
QA, Air Force engineering and technical services (AFETS), contractors, SNCO as well as advanced training resources
What other training resources may units utilize for information?
According to the AFTTP 3-4.21, what forecast takes the average amount of time spent on expected training into account?
a wide variety of training
Training days offer what to multiple technicians in a short amount of time?
Flying schedules, operations requirements, and down days
What should be considered when implementing training events?
Maximum utilization of designated time
Developing a training day plan will ensure what?
Who can give a waiver for highly qualified technicians to fill critical positions to meet mission needs?
True or False? Training management and documentation is a continuous effort?
True or False? The importance of planning and preparation for potential/real-world deployments can be overemphasized
Packing and preparing equipment
What is a vital part of any deployment?
Every 30 days
According to the AFTTP 3-4.21, how often should kit levels should be reviewed and monitored?
Notification, mobilization, en route support, and beddown planning
Executing a deployment involves what?
Maintenance mission generation and deployment capabilities
What capabilities may be required to generate and deploy simultaneously?
Different aircraft generation concepts
What concepts can wings utilize that can be adapted to the specific circumstances/unit taskings?
A lead unit
What may a wing have established in their DOC statement or by local directive?
According to the AFTTP 3-4.21, when do hand offs occur when a subordinate unit assumes generation efforts for the lead unit?
The Rainbow Concept
What concept refers to using and deploying resources from more than one unit/base to establish a single tasked deployed unit, usually in a wing employing the like MDS aircraft?
Which concept may have aircraft remaining in a standard row parking arrangement, but linear in nature based on how the resources are applied to the generation?
Which concept refers to dividing aircraft, personnel, equipment, resources, and supervision in to small segments or cells?
What is the most typical method of achieving aircraft generation by using both linear and cellular methods due to resource availability and physical ramp layout?
AF Form 2408
Which AF Form outlines the generation plan and is used for visualizing bottle necks or choke points?
The unit's DOC statement
What statement may dictated an on-status time, a time-on-station, or a time-over-target requirement?
The order of generation actions should allow for a logical and coordinated flow or resources
What order and/or grouping of the steps makes the most sense?
True or False? A 72-hour time-on-station requirement means an aircraft with a flight time of 12 hours has to be ready to depart in 60 hours.
How the generation flow affects the entire wing and overall generation effort.
What must units understand about the generation flow?
Aircraft selection and sequencing
What is a key component for successful execution of a generation plan?
MC status, available hours/times/cycles to required inspections and scheduled maintenance requirements
Select generation aircraft by examining what three primary factors?
Advance Echelon Team
What does ADVON Team stand for?
En Route Support Team Advanced
What does EST-A stand for?
EST-A personnel/equipment provided what to the aviation package during transit to the employment location?
True or False? The departure of the ADVON Team and EST-A personnel may impact generation activities.
A Maintenance Recovery Plan
What is it essential to have in the event that a deploying aircraft has an in-flight maintenance issue forced to divert en route to the final destination?
Flightline and backshop personnel
Which personnel must a pre-identified maintenance recovery team include to expedite the reaction time and recovery of the aircraft successfully?
Decentralized Support Section
What can eliminate lost time by being located on or as close as possible to the flightline and can eliminate lost time by providing rapid response to maintenance needs?
What is the ultimate purpose of aircraft maintenance organization?
To execute the Air Tasking Order (ATO) while ensuring the capability to sustain operations for the entire air campaign.
What is the ultimate purpose of the AMU during a combat sortie generation?
What is the cornerstone of fleet health and cannot be compromised, even during periods of combat sortie generation or aircraft surges?
Whose responsibility is it to immediately establish C2 and define/make clear operations control (OPCON), administrative control (ADCON) and tactical control (TACON) for their personnel?
Generally, how often is a frag-breakout meeting?
Who activates electrical and/or magnetic switches and valves necessary for fuel to flow from the hydrant system to the aircraft on the Type I, II, III, IV hydrant systems?
Fuel dripping, splashing, or overflow of fuel.
What consists of a fuel spill?
Semi-hard (Noncollapsible) hose
Which rubber hose conforms to MIL-TL-6615G and MIL-PRF-370J, braided, loomed, or plied reinforcement, and is not capable of being coiled easily?
Which rubber hose conforms to MIL-DTL-27516F and MIL-DTL-26894D, braided, loomed, or plied reinforcement with a steel spiral wire wound between reinforcing members?
Hose Cart (MH-2 Series)
What is a trailer mounted unit containing a filter separator, meter, hoses, and nozzles for connecting the hydrant outlet to the aircraft and may be used to refuel commercial aircraft requiring simultaneous servicing into both wings?
Hot Pad Refueling Supervisor
Who is a five level or higher with overall supervisory responsibility for simultaneous hot refueling operations?
What is the process of transferring fuel into or out of the fuel tanks of an aircraft with on or more aircraft engine operating.
Hot Refueling/Defueling Area
What is the area within 50 ft of a hot refueling/defueling operation called?
Hydrant Hose Truck
What self-propelled aircraft fuel servicing unit is capable of dispensing up to 1200 GPM, equipped with inlet and discharge hoses, meter, filter/separator, various pressure? Also are known as Hydrant Servicing Vehicles?
What is a fueling valve located on the parking ramp where the fuel hose or hose cart is connected
Integrated Combat Turnaround (ICT)
What terminology has been brought back at the request of the lead command for the applicable aircraft? Has a process by which an aircraft is recovered and relaunched in a minimum amount of time through the simultaneous fueling?
What equipment is suitable for use where fuel vapors can exist?
Lateral Control Pit
What is an area below ground level adjacent to the parking ramp containing component of the hydrant system and controlling one or more hydrant outlets?
Lateral Control Pit Switch
What is an on/off proof switch, usually located at the hydrant control pit?
Lateral Control Pit Emergency Switch
What is the switch located at the control pit which overrides all other on/off switches and shuts down the entire hydrant system? Also Type II hydrant systems have them at each outlet.
What is a fuel servicing
AFI 21-101, Aircraft and Equipment Maintenance Management
Which AFI prescribes basic aircraft and equipment maintenance policy implementation and procedures used throughout the USAF to perform Mission Generation (MG) functions?
AFI 38-101, Air Force Organization
AF organizations are structured according to "___________", Air Force Organization, or as authorized by the Director of Manpower, Organization & Resources (AF/A1M). (AFI 21-101) 1.2
What is term is used to describe the technical advocacy and product support provided to individual weapon system across the using MAJCOMs as described in AFPD 10-9?
Per what document is organizational, intermediate and depot maintenance capabilities for operational readiness shall be maintained to ensure effective and timely response to peactime operations, mobilizations, national defense contingencies and other emergencies?
Maintenance Concept : Organizational
Which maintenance concept has "launch and recover sorties, maintains and repairs material coded for organizational level repair"? (AFI 21-101) 1.3
Maintenance Concept : Intermediate
Which Maintenance Concept has "repair materiel coded for organizational and intermediate level repair in back shops, centralized repair facilities, or both"? AFI (AFI 21-101) 1.3
Depot Maintenance Concept
Which mx concept has repair material coded for organizational, intermediate and depot; overhaul; rebuild; modify and manufacture?
Organizational and intermediate-level maintenance
Which two leveled maintenance is organized into two mutually supporting networks, the Mission Generation Network (MGN) and the Repair Network (RN)? (AFI 21-101) 1.3
Mission Generation Network (MGN) is optimized for mission generation at what air force level?
The Repair Network
What supports the MGN by providing mx required to fulfill operational needs outside the capability and/or capacity of MGN activities?
AFI 20-117, Repair Network Integration (RNI)
Where are Repair Network requirements and processes identified?
Requests for Assistance
What is a RFA?
AFI 21-203, Equipment Inventory, Status And Utilization Reporting
TO 00-25-107, Maintenance Assistance and
TO 00-20-14, AF Metrology and Calibration Program
If a maintenance activity requires assistance for evaluation and/or repair beyond unit capability, requests are made IAW which documents?
All Requests for Assistance myst be coordinated through the originating _______ and Lead Command as applicable.
What ensures assigned aircraft and equipment are safe, serviceable, and properly configured to meet mission needs?
Aircraft and equipment readiness
_______ and ________ readiness is the maintenance mission.
The concept of quality maintenance must be what by each supervisor and technician to ensure the integrity and skill of each maintainer is not degraded?
Greatest extent possible
Maintenance is accomplished on a preplanned scheduled basis to what extent possible?
What term includes but is not limited to, inspection, repair, overhaul, modification, preservation, refurbishment, troubleshooting, testing, analyzing condition and performance, and maintenance documentation?
TO 00-20-1, Aerospace Equipment Maintenance Inspection, Documentation, Policy, and Procedures
Applicable weapon system -6 TOs
Preventative maintenance is achieved through the inspection requirement concepts described in which TOs?
True or False? It is the responsibility of all maintenance personnel to comply with all written guidance to ensure required repairs, inspections, and documentation are completed in a compliant, safe, timely and effective manner.
Who is responsible for enforcing and establishing a climate that promotes maintenance and supply discipline?
What provides initial, recurring and advanced proficiency, qualification, or certification skills needed by a technician to perform duties in their primary AFSC/Civilian Job Series?
True or False? Maintenance training includes combat and sortie generation skills that normally integrate into peacetime operations.
A modification proposal
What is a recommendation to change the operation, use, or appearance of AF equipment?
Program Manager (PM)
Modifications to AF aircraft or equipment are expressly prohibited without whose approval?
True of False? Maintenance training carries an equal priority with the operational training mission.
Maintenance Information Systems (MIS)
What system is used to document maintenance actions and track fleet health?
Who are exposed to a large varitey of hazardous situations, machinery, equipment, and chemicals?
True or False? MIS data entries have to be accomplished by the same individual who documented the aircraft forms so that the employee numbers/man numbers match the actual work entered into MIS.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Most hazardous situations can be avoided by following approved procedures, asking for help when needed, and what else?
Personnel will not be scheduled for more than how many hours of continuous duty time?
Who has the final approval authority for duty time extensions exceeding 12-hour limit up to a maximum of 16 hours?
Who develops communication plans according to the mission requirements?
Who develops guidance on the use and control of personal electronic and communication devices on the flightline, in munition areas, hangars, and/or other industrial work areas?
True or False? Production Superintendents are prohibited from changing the maintenance repair priority.
The maintenance repair priority and Logistics Readiness Squadron delivery priority are normally what?
How many Maintenance Repair Priority Designators are there>
MX Repair Priority 7
Which Mx Repair Priority is for spares/repair cycle assets excess to base requirements?
MX Repair Priority 6
Which MX Repair Priority is for fabrication and repair of non-aeronautical items as well as repair cycle asset shortages required to fill a peacetime operating stock authorization
MX Repair Priority 5
Which mx repair priority is for non-tactical/non-primary-mission acft undergoing extensive repair. Fabrication and or repair of aeronautical items not carrying a higher priority. Bench stock requirements, extensive repair of aircrew training devices, time change requirements not listed above, equipment requirements
MX Repair Priority 4
Which mx repair priority is for routine or extensive repair primary air mission and related AGE repair cycle assets. Admin acft undergoing sched/unsched mx. Any AGE mx/repair. War Reserve Material items due mx or insp. Inspec, mx, TCTO of Mission Support Kits. Scheduled mx (periodic insp, routine TCTO, Master Configuration Lists Grounding, Time Change Items).
MX Repair Priority 2
Which MX repair priority includes primary mission acft, related munitions for first 8 work hours after landing or within 6 hours of scheduled launch. Air evacuation, rescue, Weather mission aircraft, related AGE. All transient support, and FAA acft. Flight or missile crew training sim. .
MX Repair Priority 1
Which MX repair priority includes acft on alert status, war plan or national emergency missions, including related AGE, munitions and munitions support equipment.
MX Repair Priority 3
Which MX repair priority includes primary mission acft, engines, air launched missles, and related AGE. Admin acft within 8 hrs of scheduled flight or alert status, Time change reqs for nuclear weapons, spares not available in supply, avionics shop electronic AGE. Routine mx of aircrew or missle-training sim or other training devices. Critical end itmes and spares not available in supply
The applicable civilian Director of Maintenance (DOM)
In units where there is not a military commander responsible for maintenance, who will ensure compliance with all responsibilities in this instruction?
The WG/CC (Wing Commander)
Who allocates resources to meet all mission requirements?
Wing Vice Commander (WG/CV) or Equivalent
Who will manage the Foreign Object Damage (FOD) and Dropped Object Prevention (DOP) programs and appoint a qualified TSgt (or above), civvie equivalent as the FOD/DOP Prevention Monitor?
Maintenance Group Commander (MXG/CC)
Who must ensure compliance with the maintenance requirements and programs (radiations protection program) and appoint an MXG Environmental Coordinator?
Deputy Maintenance Group Commander (MXG/XD)
Who chairs and designates mandatory attendees for the daily maintenance production/scheduling meeting?
Daily MX Production/Scheduling Meeting
The purpose of this meeting is to verify acft and equipment utilization and scheduled mx requirements for hte next day, establish work principles, and coordinate schedule changes (must include topics acft/system status, MICAP and repair cycle status, AF Form 2407s, Weekly/Daily Flying Schedule Coordination).
Who conducts a quarterly manning meeting with Squadron Superintendents/Wing Weapons manager to review MXG manning status and ensure manning resources are strategically distributed to provide the greatest possibility for mission success? Also provides the MXG/CC coordinated manning recommendations that develop enlisted individual experience and knowledge for consideration.
Wing Weapons Manager (WWM)
Who is the wing's focal point for all weapons loading and armament systems related matters?
Squadron Commander (SQ/CC)
Who establishes and administers squadron training programs, ensures upgrade training and mx quals programs emphasize quality, establish flight chiefs?
Who advises the Squadron Commander (SQ/CC) on technical matters, leads a mission-focused mx effort, and manages resources necessary to accomplish the mission?
Operations Officer and Maintenance Superintendent
Who does Maintenance Supervision consist of?
Flight Commander/Flight Chief (Flight CC/Chief) or Aircraft Maintenance Unit (AMU) Office in Charge (OIC)/Chief
Who will provide management and oversight and ensure each section is adequately resourced to efficiently execute their mission? As well as, manage, distribute and adjust the flight's manpower to support the mx plan across all shifts?
Who established a Work Center Safety Program, monitors, tracks, and ensures occupational safety, fire prevention, occupational and environmental health reqs?
Who is a SNCO responsible for squadron mx production, directs the overall mx effort of their unit?
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