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To what department is the line division assigned?
Maintenance department.
What branch is responsible for the support equipment used by the squadron?
The Support Equipment Branch.
In most squadrons, 75 to 95% of the personnel assigned to the line division are assigned to what branch?
The Plane Captain Branch.
After demonstrating your abilities as a plane captain, who has the final authority to designate you a plane captain?
The commanding officer.
Smoking and naked lights are not permitted within how many feet of a fueling operation?
100 feet.
What type tools must be used when work is being performed on a system or unit that is designed for storing or handling combustible liquids?
Non-sparking tools.
What are the four NO STEP areas on the fuselage?
Aft center body, upper speed brake, directly aft of over wing fairings and directly behind the canopy.
Why is wind direction an important consideration in fueling operations?
The wind may carry fuel vapors toward a source of ignition.
Refueling crews consist of a minimum of how many people?
Three.
Before beginning refueling operations, what is the first thing the refueling crew should do?
Identify the aviation fuel.
What is the advantage of pressure fueling over gravity fueling?
Pressure fueling gives aircraft a faster turnaround time.
What manuals provide detailed fueling information for a specific aircraft?
The appropriate aircraft Maintenance Instruction Manuals (MIMs) and the
Aircraft Refueling NATOPS Manual, 00-80T-109.
Define viscosity.
The internal fluid resistance to flow caused by molecular attraction.
What scale is used by both the Navy and the Air Force to determine oil viscosity?
The Saybolt scale.
What is the military specification number for the hydraulic fluid presently used in the hydraulic systems of all naval aircraft?
MIL-H-83282.
What should be done with the fluid remaining in the can after filling a servicing unit?
It should be properly disposed of immediately.
The air pressure in aircraft tires must be checked how often?
Daily.
Why is it important for the operator of the remote inflator unit to stand directly fore or aft of the tire being inflated?
This prevents the operator from being struck by debris if the tire were to fail.
Why must a tire be deflated prior to removing a wheel assembly from an aircraft?
The wheel halves may separate when the axle nut is removed.
Liquid oxygen converters are refilled by personnel from what rating?
AME rating.
The high-pressure air valve is used on most naval aircraft for what applications?
It is used to service struts, accumulators, air storage bottles, and other components serviced with high-pressure air.
What purpose does the purifier serve on the nitrogen servicing trailer?
It removes moisture that may have adhered to the valves or that was accidentally introduced into the system.
What is the holding capacity of the fluid servicing unit
(HSU-1)?
3 gallons. 2 gallons in the unit reservoir and
1 gallon in the can.
According to many insurance companies, what is considered the most dangerous environment in the world?
The flight deck.
When you work around aircraft with propellers, when is it safe to walk through or stand in the prop arc?
Only when actually performing maintenance on the propeller.
Does a protective screen over the inlet of an operating aircraft engine eliminate the possibility of serious injury?
No! Serious injury can still result by being pulled against the protective screen.
What are the two major hazards of jet engine exhaust?
High temperature and high velocity of exhaust gases.
Any exposure, without ear protection, can cause hearing damage above what decibel (dB) level?
140 decibels (dB).
What system or mechanism should you always treat with the same respect as a loaded gun?
Ejection seats.
In relation to overheated wheel brakes, what area is considered the “danger area”?
The area on both sides of the tire and wheel, in line with the axle.
What item, if used to cool overheated brakes, is likely to cause an explosion?
CO2.
Why is it important to keep tools, work areas, and clothing free from grease and oil when working around LOX?
LOX can explode when it comes in contact with oil or grease.
What are the primary differences between flight line and flight deck operations?
Limited space and tempo of operations.
What builds a successful FOD program?
Command support, personnel knowledge and awareness, and its integration into the total maintenance effort.
What officer coordinates the Tool Control Program?
The material control officer.
What is the most significant benefit to the Tool Control Program?
Saving lives and equipment by eliminating tool FOD-related accidents.
What is the prime objective of the hydraulic contamination control program?
To maintain a satisfactory level of fluid purity in hydraulic systems to provide safe and efficient operation of naval aircraft and SE.
What publication contains detailed information on the Aircraft Fuel Surveillance Program?
The Aircraft Refueling NATOPS Manual,
NAVAIR 00-80T-109.
Any personnel removed from aircraft maintenance responsibilities for more than how many days must receive an egress system checkout prior to performing maintenance?
90 days.
What manual outlines the hearing conservation program?
Navy Occupational Safety and Health Program Manual, OPNAVINST 5100.23.
What person manages the Support Equipment Training and Licensing Program?
The Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Officer (AAMO).
Who initiates a Support Equipment Misuse/Abuse form?
Anyone witnessing the misuse or abuse.
What type inspection is performed at the time a reporting custodian accepts a newly assigned aircraft?
Acceptance inspection.
What type inspection is performed to check equipment that requires a daily verification of satisfactory functioning?
Daily inspection.
What type inspection is required as the result of a specific over-limit condition?
Conditional inspection.
A preflight inspection is valid for a period of how many hours?
24 hours, provided no flight and no maintenance have occurred during this period.
What type inspection consists of checking the aircraft for fright readiness by performing visual examinations and operational tests to discover defects and maladjustments?
Preflight inspection.
What type inspections are normally performed in conjunction with other scheduled maintenance tasks by the rating assigned?
Zonal inspections.
When you are assigned to the line division, what person becomes your department head?
The aircraft maintenance officer
Whenever a technician other than the plane captain performs portions of a daily/turnaround inspection on an aircraft, who has responsibility for that aircraft?
The plane captain
A troubleshooter must possess which of the following skills and/or knowledges?
Skill as a technical advisor to the plane captain and be knowledgeable in line operations and flight line safety aptitude
List the qualities that a plane captain must possess?
Mechanical aptitude, personal integrity and motivation
Normally, what percentage of the total personnel assigned to the line division are assigned to the plane captain branch?
Between 75 and 95 percent
Smoking is not permitted within how many feet of an aircraft during fueling operations?
100 ft
What is the final step in becoming a qualified plane captain?
Be designated in writing by the commanding officer
Only approved explosion proof lights can be brought within what specified distance of the refueling operations?
50 ft
During fueling operations, a small amount of fuel is accidentally spilled. What action should be taken?
The spill should be contained and removed immediately
A plane captain gets fuel in his eyes during fueling operations. What action should the plane captain take?
Flush his eyes with water, then get medical attention
How are aircraft wings and stabilizers marked in areas that should NOT be used as walkways?
They are marked "NO STEP"
An aircraft is being refueled by truck. What is the minimum distance from the truck that a radar set may be operated?
75 ft
A refueling crew consists of what minimum number of persons?
Three
The type of fuel contained in the tank of a fuel truck is displayed across the side of the tank. What color and what size lettering is used on the tank?
6-inch-high red lettering superimposed on 8-inch-high white reflective tape
What are the two types of systems used to fuel naval aircraft?
Gravity and pressure
Which of the following is/are (an) advantage(s) of pressure fueling?
Fueling and defueling can be done from a single point, which gives the aircraft faster turnaround time
To find the fueling instructions for an aircraft, you should refer to what publication?
MIM
What is the last step you should take when fueling an aircraft?
Replace the safety cap on the aircraft receptacle
What device or devices is/are used to drain residual fuel?
Fuel cell water drain valves
In some cases, engine oil is identified by a four-digit number. What does this number tell you about the oil?
Its use and viscosity
What is the viscosity rating of aircraft engine oil No. 2085?
85
What type of oil is used in most turbojet engines?
MIL-L-23699
Hydraulic fluid MIL-H-83282 is what color?
Red
You should use hydraulic fluid MIL-H-46170 in which of the following instances?
When preserving hydraulic systems and components in naval aircraft
A can of hydraulic fluid has been opened and partially used. When should this open can be disposed of?
Immediately
When an aircraft lacks a tire inflation chart plate, a plane captain should obtain tire inflation pressure data from what source?
The applicable MIM
What equipment should you always use when inflating aircraft tires?
A remote inflator unit
Which of the following is a safety precaution you should follow before you remove a wheel from an aircraft?
Deflate the tire
What personnel have the responsibility for refilling liquid oxygen converters?
AMEs
Of the following parts of high-pressure air valve MS 28889-1 which one presents a
FOD hazard and is normally removed?
The dust cover
A total of how many gas cylinders are carried on an air or nitrogen servicing trailer?
Six
You need to determine the remaining amount of oil in the preoiler (PON-6). What device should you use?
A sight glass
What device should be used to catch the overflow oil when the preoiler (PON-6) is used?
A drain bottle assembly
What type of filtration system is used in an HSU-1 to make sure that clean hydraulic fluid is delivered to an aircraft system?
A 3-micron filtration system
What is the exact capacity of the reservoir on the HSU-1?
2 gallons
While an HSU-1 is not in use, what method is used to make sure that the hose end remains clean?
It is connected to a fitting on the base of the HSU-1
True or False. In the Navy, you are responsible for your own safety as well as the safety of your shipmates.
True
What device should be used on or around jet intakes during ground maintenance turnup of jet aircraft?
Protective screens
After operation, personnel should not work on the exhaust section of a jet engine for what minimum period?
30 min
Personnel working around jet aircraft should take which of the following precautions to protect their hearing?
Wear the proper ear protection
Complete work within exposure time limits
Have periodic checks on hearing ability
Which of the following is either a safety precaution or a safety attitude that you should follow when you are working with or around ejection seats?
Always consider an ejection seat as loaded and armed
Only authorized personnel may work on ejection seats
Treat ejection seats with the same respect as a loaded gun
From what direction should personnel approach an overheated wheel?
From the fore or aft direction
What is the recommended procedure for cooling an overheated wheel?
Park the aircraft in an isolated area for 45 to 60 minutes
If operational necessity dictates that a wheel be cooled immediately, a plane captain should get supervision from personnel who are in what rating?
Airframes (AM)
If you have to handle liquid oxygen, you should wear what type of gloves?
Loose-fitting leather gloves
You are handling liquid oxygen. Which of the following is a description of the way you should wear your clothing?
Wear cuffless trousers
What safety precautions should you follow when working with liquid oxygen?
Do not carry matches in liquid oxygen handling areas
Keep tools free from oil and grease
Do not permit smoking in liquid oxygen handling areas
Predeployment training lectures for personnel associated with the flight deck should include which topics?
Flight deck and hangar deck safety precautions
Tie-down requirements and techniques
Special shipboard maintenance procedures
Plane captains are required to wear (a) what color helmets and (b) what color flotation vests?
(a) Brown (b) brown
What person has the authority to approve aircraft jacking?
The aircraft handling officer
Which of the following publications should you consult to find the details of special programs?
OPNAVINST 4790.2
What causes the largest percentage of premature engine removals?
Foreign object damage
Which of are the major causes of FOD?
Poor housekeeping,
Improper maintenance practices,
Carelessness
The Tool Control Program is based upon which of the following concepts?
Instant inventory
Which of the following is an outcome of the Tool Control Program?
Increased availability of proper tools for specific maintenance tasks
During a daily/turnaround inspection, a plane captain discovers a piece of hydraulic equipment is out of calibration. What action should the plane captain take?
Notify his or her supervisor immediately
What form should you use when requesting oil analysis on an oil sample?
DD Form 2026
Detailed information concerning maintenance requirements and acceptable contamination levels of hydraulic fluid can be found in which of the following publications?
NAVAIR 01-1A-17
Under normal conditions, at what interval will a plane captain take a fuel sample?
Before the first flight each day
An egress system checkout for personnel working on or around aircraft must be given by a qualified individual who is in what rating?
AME
After the initial egress system checkout, maintenance personnel must receive an additional checkout a minimum of how often?
Every 6 months
Personnel removed from maintenance responsibilities for over what minimum period must receive a new egress system checkout?
90 days
What action help prevent the improper use of SE?
Effective supervision and training of personnel
After the appropriate signatures have been obtained, an SE license is good for what maximum period?
3 years
What type of inspection is performed when an aircraft returns from SDLM?
Acceptance
What type of inspection divides the total scheduled maintenance concept into small packages?
Phase Inspections