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What office maintains the flight and jump record folders?

a. HARM
b. SARM
c. Stan/Eval
d. TARM
a. HARM
Flight record folders for members who have been disqualified for 5 years or more are:

a. maintained in an inactive file cabinet
b. shredded to protect the privacy of the individual
c. returned to the member
d. sent to the staging facility for disposition
c. returned to the member
Which of the follwoing documents is filed on the right side of the flight record folder?

a. Aeronautical Orders
b. Military Pay Orders
c. Flying History Report
d. OFDA waiver letter
c. Flying History Report
In which part of the jump record folder is the AF Form 702 , individual physiological training record filed?

a. Part 1
b. Part 2
c. Part 3
d. Part 4
a. Part 1
When auditing the flight/jump record folder, verify that the date on the AF Form 702 matches the date on the member's:

a. Flying History Report
b. Aeronautical Order
d. Military Pay Order
d. Individual Data Summary
d. Individual Data Summary
What must be accomplished first when reconstructing lost or destroyed records?

a. Complete local inprocessing checklist
b. Obtain aircraft totals from the National Peronnel Records Center
c. Review ARMS record for missing information
d. Contact the losing HARM for copies of the member's outprocessing products
a. Complete local inprocessing checklist
When reconstructing lost or destroyed records, what action should be taken to verify military pay actions of the member?

a. contact the local finance office tfor a copy of the member's pay history.
b. Ask the member for a copy of his or her most recent LES
c. Review the member's incentive pay screen in the ARMS database
d. Use a locally developed browser to retrieve pay information from ARMS
a. Contact the local finance office for a copy of his or her most recent LES
Which of the following ARMS screens is included in the automatic inprocessing cycle?

a. Profile assignment
b. Career total hours
c. Aircrew data
d. Organization
c. Aircrew data
Once inprocessing actios are completed, when must the gaining HARM forward the ARMS record transfer acknowledgement letter to the losing HARM?

a. After the member's initial records review
b. within 5 days after updating the member's record in ARMS
c. within 3 days after receipt of the member's electronic record
d. within 30 days after the member inprocesses through the HARM
b. within 5 days after updating the member's record in ARMS
What resource management product is reviewed to determine which aircrew members have a reassignment pending?

a. HORUS report audit list
b. Aviation Management Suspense list
c. Aviaition Service Suspense list
d. Headquarters Allocation Recap
b. Aviation Management Suspense List
If changes are necessary to a member's ARMS record, what action must be taken if the record has been outprocesed from ARMS?

a. Retransmit the member's record with your HARM code in the appropriate field
b. Normalize the member's record and have the gaining HARM delete the record
c. Delete the record and have the gaining HARM retransmit the record
d. Open the member's record and click the 'undo' button
b. Normalize the member's record and have the gaining HARM delete the record
During outprocessing actions, the 'close-out-date' in ARMS refers to the date:

a. the member outprocesses from the MPF
b. listed on the mmeber's PCS orders
c. the member picks up his or her FRF
d. you are outprocessing the member's record
d. you are outprocessing the member's record
After outprocessing a member's record from ARMS, what action is taken to ensure the member's information does not appear on future ARMS reports?

a. change the member's HORIS code to 'P' for PCS
b. Transfer the member's record to HARM code "FGWD"
c. assign the member to the 9999SQDSQ organization
d. delete the member's record from ARMS
c. assign the member to the 9999SQDSQ organization
When an aircrew member is initially placed on flying status, which of the following information is available for the records review?

a. AF form 702, Flying History Report, and member's Aeronautical Order
b. AF Form 1042, Flying History Report, and individual currency summary
c. Member's initial IDS, Aeronautical Order, and individual training summary
d. AF Form 1042, AF Form 702, and member's initial IDS
d. AF Form 1042, AF Form 702, and member's initial IDS
Within how many days must an aircrew member in an active flying status conduct an inprocessing records review?

a. 10 days
b. 20 days
c. 30 days
d. 45 days
c. 30 days
After inprocessing an inactive aircrew member, within how many days must a records review be accomplished?

a. 45 days
b. 60 days
c. 90 days
d. 120 days
d. 120 days
How is the annual records review accomplished for members who are on TDY?

a. member accomplishes the review via telephone
b. member completes the review within 30 days of returning from TDY
c. HARM mails a copy of the member's annual products
d. HARM publishes an MFR waiving the annual requirement
c. HARM mails a copy of the member's annual products
Which of the following duty positions are NOT valid for OFDA credit?

a. F and R
b. M and S
c. N and W
d. O and X
d. O and X
Which of the following ASC's would allow an aircrew member to accumulate OFDA credit?

a. ASC AL
b. ASC BA
c. ASC IJ
d. ASC 2K
b. ASC BA
What is the effective datre of the FSC S for an aircrew member initially placed on flying status effective 28 August but did NOT perform an OFDA flight until 12 December?

a. 28 August
b. 29 August
c. 12 December
d. 13 December
b. 29 August
What is the effect date for an FSC change from FSC S to FSC A for an aircrew member who was initially placed on flying status 4 March, and performed an OFDA flight on 7 June?

a. 4 March
b. 5 March
c. 7 April
d. 7 June
c. 7 April
What is the effective date of an FSC S for an aircrew member on active flying status who performed an OFDA flight on 11 January and did NOT perform another OFDA flight until 27 Jul?

a. 11 January
b. 1 May
c. 27 may
d. 27 July
b. 1 May
What is the effective date for an FSC change from FSC S to FSC A for an aircrew member who performed an OFDA flight on 6 April and did not perform another OFDA flight until 12 October?

a. 6 April
b. 7 April
c. 12 September
d. 12 October
d. 12 October
What entry on the AF Form 142, Aviation Service Audit Worksheet, is required for rated aircrew members?

a. OFDA as of 30 September 1991
b. OFDA as of 30 September 1999
c. OFDA at the 22-year gate
d. OFDA as of 25 years of aviation service
a. OFDA as of 30 September 1991
Which of the following criteria must be met before a member is eligible for an OFDA waiver?

a. assigned a transition status code of D or E
b. Be a rated officer with at least 72 months of OFDA credit
c. Wait at least 5 years since the last OFDA waiver was approved
b. Be a rated officer with at least 72 hours of OFDA credit
How many months of OFDA muyst an aircrew member who must meet the requirements of the Aviation Career Incentive Act of 1974 have at the 18-year gate to be eligible for continuous ACIP through 25 years of aviation service?

a. 108 months
b. 96 months
c. 132 months
d. 144 months
c. 132 months
How many months of OFDA must an aircrew member who must meet the requirements of the NDAA of fiscal year 1996 have at the 18-year gate to be eligile for continuous ACIP through 22 years of aviation service?

a. 72 months
b. 96 months
c. 108 months
d. 120 months
d. 120 months