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operation of the aircraft deck edge elevator is done under the awareness of who?
the aircraft handling officer

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who is responsible for ensuring that all elevator operators and safeties are trained and qualified?
the flight deck and hanager deck officers

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what is the NAVAIR 00-80T-105?
CV NATOPS Manual

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what is the NAVAIR 00-80T-106?
LHA/LHD NATOPS Manual

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operational responsibility of the elevators belong to what division?
it is a joint responsibility of the V-1, V-3, and A division

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what division is responsible for the overall maintenance and operational upkeep of the elevator machinery rooms and systems?
the A division

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when not in use how and where is the elevator located and secured?
the elevator is locked at the flight deck level by horizontal locking bars engaging the platform

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how are the locking bars operated?
the locking bars are idependently operated by a double-acting air engine for normal operations

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what prevents the locking bar from extending when the platform is not at the flight deck level?
each locking bar system has a safety interlock

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when should elevator stanchions be placed in the automatic position?
never

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how are stanchions lowered?
all stanchions are lowered automatically by action of hydraulic engine-mounted limit switches

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with all pumps in use and the elevator loaded to capacity how long is the duty cycle?
about 60 seconds

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in the even of loss of electric power at a point in the cycle what will happen?
the residual capacity of the pressure tanks will permit returning the load to the flight deck

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how long will the residual power last?
30 minutes of loss of power

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the control station for the elevator contains what?
1)a master switch
2)horn button
3)horn cutout switch
4)power available light(white)
5)control energized light(green)

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who is responsible for the nets located on the outboard side of the elevator platform?
V-1 and V-3 divisions

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for what reasons are the nets located on the outboard side of the elevator lowered?
1)to jettison aircraft
2)to accommodate conveyor belts in port

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what color is the power available light on the elevator control station?
white

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what is the name of the Air Department Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)?
COMNAVAIRPAC/COMNAVAIRLANTINST 3100.4

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