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NAVOSH Programs.
Discuss the basic requirements for the respiratory protection program.
Whenever respiratory protection is required, activities shall establish and maintain a respiratory protection program.
NAVOSH Programs.
Discuss the basic requirements for the hearing conservation program.
All noise areas must be labeled. If hearing protection is required, it must be labeled. Periodic hearing tests must be conducted, and a list of those working in areas requiring hearing protection, shall be maintained and monitored for yearly testing.
NAVOSH Programs.
Discuss the basic requirements for the sight conservation program.
Emergency eye wash stations shall be provided to all workers in areas where exposure to corrosives may occur. Visually impaired workers shall not be assigned duties that may further impair their vision. Eye protection shall be provided for all workers.
NAVOSH Programs.
Discuss the basic requirements for the personal protective equipment program.
All activities shall conduct assessments to determine if hazards are present which require PPE.
Define warning.
An operating procedure that may result in INJURY OR DEATH if not carefully followed.
Define caution.
An operating procedure that may result in damage to equipment.
Define note.
A procedure that is emphasized.
Define shall.
A procedure that is mandatory.
Define should.
A procedure that is recommended.
Define may.
A procedure that is optional.
Define will.
Indicates futurity.
Safety:
Portable fire extinguisher.
Used to extinguish fires.
Inspected monthly.
Safety:
Fire lanes.
Designed to allow unobstructed access in case of a fire or emergency. Shall be clearly marked and kept clear.
Safety:
Aircraft grounding.
Aircraft must be grounded during all maintenance procedures.
Attach ground first then aircraft.
Detach aircraft first then ground.
Safety:
Smoking/open flames.
Shall not be permitted within 50 feet of aircraft, hangar bays, etc...
Define HERO.
Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordinance.
While HERO condition is set all radio transmissions are halted.
Hazards associated with handling Cartridge actuated devices.(CADs)
Electromagnetic radiation may adversely effect CADs.
Contact with CADs is prohibited during handling and loading operations.
Safety precautions during LOX servicing.
All equipment must be clean.
High potential for fire.
LOX fires are nearly impossible to extinguish.
A/C grounded, fire bottle, etc...
Safety precautions during fueling operations.
Cease all fueling operations when a fire hazard appears. Must take place at least 100ft from buildings/ hangars.
Do not taxi, tow, or operate any aircraft within 50ft.
Do not fuel aircraft within 50ft of a fuel spill.
Safety precautions during aircraft jacking.
Center of gravity and gross weight within limits.
Grounded.
Power secured.
Nose jacks in manifold pairs.
S.E. clear of aircraft.
No jacking in winds exceeding 45mph.
Safety precautions for an open fuel cell.
No aircraft operating within 100 ft.
Only authorized personnel allowed in fuel cell. Must be enrolled in Fuel Cell Maintenance Program.
Open cell must be certified safe for entry by Gas Free Engineer.
3 hazards associated with hydraulic fluid under pressure.
Burns from hot fluid.
Injection of fluid into the skin.
Toxic when ingested.
Purpose of the planning board for training.
Its purpose is to evaluate and accomplish training objectives and to coordinate training between all departments.
Purpose of a RJQR.
Designed to standardize on the job training.
Purpose of RSTARS.
Reserve standard training administration and readiness support. Used for drill reporting and mobilization tracking.
Discuss the elements required to obtain and maintain mobilization readiness.
JQR- Job qualification requirements.
FPMT- Formal professional mobilization training.
ATIP- Aviation training improvement program.
RBTR-Reserve billet training requirements.
JFAR
What is ACT?
Aircrew coordination training.
Used coordinate specifically defined behavioral skills through out the Navy.
Define ORM.
A five step decision making process used to identify and manage hazards before they happen.
IAMIS-
Identify risks
Assess the situation
Make risk decisions
Implement controls
Supervise
Requirements for crew rest.
12 hours prior to reporting for a mission.
Requirements for crew currency.
Enlisted aircrew must fly 3 evolutions per quarter.
Discuss the capabilities of the C130.
Provides rapid delivery of personnel or cargo for delivery by parachute or landing.
Can be used for tactical transports and can be converted readily for ambulance or aerial delivery missions.
Can land and take off on short runways and can be used on advance base landing strips.
Discuss the reponsibilities of the pilot.
In charge of the aircraft.
Discuss the reponsibilities of the Co-pilot.
Second in command. Assists the pilot.
Discuss the reponsibilities of the flight engineer.
Computes take off, climb, cruise and landing data.
Monitors all safety precautions.
Discuss the reponsibilities of the load master.
Responsible for maintaining a safe center of gravity for the aircraft.
Loading and unloading the aircraft.
Discuss the reponsibilities of 2nd load master.
Assists the load master with cargo/ passengers.
Acts as a visual reference during in flight refueling.
Model of the engine used on the aircraft.
Allison T56-A-16 Turboprop constant speed engine.
Type of propellers used on the aircraft.
Hamilton standard hydromatic, 4 blade, constant speed propeller with full feathering, and reversible pitch.
Type of landing gear used on the aircraft.
Steerable dual wheel nose gear.
2 tandem mounted mains.
Different methods for servicing hydraulics.
Hand crank method.
Filler necks.
HSU.
Location and purpose of low point drains.
1-4 have 3 low point drains.
2-3 have 2.
Aux tanks have 1.
External tanks have 4.
Purpose of low point drains is to check fuel for contaminants.
Purpose of yellow/black border areas on the aircraft.
To identify emergency exits and areas that can be cut away for use during an emergency exit.
Purpose of a hydraulic contamination test.
Used to inspect hydraulic system for contamination and to maintain trend analysis.
Discuss the purpose of the aerial delivery system. (Dual Rail)
Restrains pallets.
Consists of 8 outboard rail assemblies and 20 conveyor frames.
Define RADAR.
Radio detection and ranging.
Used to detect objects at distances much greater than is visually possible.
Define IFF.
Identification friend or foe.
Allows a friendly craft to identify itself automatically.
Define ADF.
Automatic direction finder.
Define ILS.
Instrument landing system.
Used to provide the pilot with precise guidance on final approach.
Define CARA.
Combined altitude radar altimeter.
Provides the actual altitude of the aircraft from the ground.
Define GPWS.
Ground proximity warning system.
Also called the GCAS ground collision avoidance system. Provides visual and aural indications of an impending ground collision.
Define INS.
Inertial navigation system.
Senses displacement in pitch roll and yaw.
Define ICS.
Intercommunication system.
Allows communication between crew members, technicians, etc... thru a headset.
Define TACAN.
Tactical air navigation.
Computes distances from surface beacons.
Define VOR.
VHF omnidirectional range.
Two signals are sent out from ground bases at the same time. One signal is constant, the other rotates 360 degrees. The aircraft receives these signals and calculates the difference between them.
What is the difference between a RADAR altimeter and a barometric altimeter?
RADAR altimeter calculates the altitude above the ground.
Barometric altimeter calculates the distance above sea level.
Discuss the turbine overheat warning system.
Thermal switch detector type.
When an engine overheat occurs, the system will cause lights to flash in the fire warning handle.
Discuss the nacelle overheat warning system.
Warning lights on the co-pilots instrument panel will appear when there is an overheat condition in the nacelle area forward of the firewall.
Discuss the fire detection warning system.
Detects fire in the engine nacelles and in the GTC/APU area.
The system consists of 5 seperate warning systems and 1 common test system.
Discuss the leading edge over temperature warning system.
There are 6 over temperature warning lights, one for each section of the leading edge anti icing system, and are located on the below the temperature indicators on the anti ice de ice control panel.
Discuss the cargo compartment refrigerant overheat warning system.
Overheat warning light is located on the anti ice de ice panel to warn the pilot of an overheat condition.
2 detectors are located in the refrigerator area of the wheel well.
How many hand operated fire extinguishers are on the aircraft?
4.
How many hand axes are on the aircraft?
3.
How many first aid kits are on the aircraft?
22 with provisions for 23.
How many life rafts are on the aircraft?
4.
Located in the wings.
Each raft holds 20 people.
What is the purpose of an emergency transmitter?
Used to locate downed aircraft.
Define IFR.
Instrument flight rules.
Pilot uses instruments to fly the aircraft.
Used when operating an aircraft in conditions that are less than visual flight rule minimums.
Define VFR.
Visual flight rules.
Pilot uses the see and avoid concept of flying.
Define IMC.
Instrument meteorological conditions.
Weather conditions expressed in terms of visability, distance from clouds, and ceiling less than the minimum specified for visual meteorological conditions.
Define VMC.
Visual meteorological conditions.
Weather conditions expressed in terms of visibility, distance from clouds, and ceiling equal to or better than specified minimums.
Define the term NALO.
Naval air logistics office.
The scheduling authority/activity for all naval C-130 flights originating and terminating in CONUS.
Discuss the adverse effects of hot/cold operating conditions on the aircraft.
Cold- Plastic, rubber, and fabrics tend to stiffen and crack. Lubricants coagulate. Icing conditions occur.
Hot- Humidity results in condensation which leads to corrosion, fogging of instruments, etc...
Discuss the SE training and licensing program.
Establishes policies, responsibilities, and requirements for SE training and licensing.
What is the purpose of the NAN cart?
Towed unit that provides compressed nitrogen.
Discuss the fuselage sections of the aircraft.
Forward: 0 - 245
Mid: 245 - 737
Aft: 737 - Aft
What does the horizontal stab provide?
Longitudinal stability.
What does the vertical stab provide?
Directional stability.
What is the purpose of the center wing?
To provide lift. Consists of the box beam which is the strongest section of the wing.
What is the purpose of the flaps?
To increase lift at lower speeds.
What is the purpose of the ailerons?
To provide roll.
What is the purpose of the rudder?
To provide yaw.
What is the purpose of the elevators?
To provide pitch.
What is the purpose of the trim tabs?
To provide minor corrections to maintain flight stability.
What is the purpose of the struts?
To absorb shock from landings.
What is the purpose of the utility hydraulics system?
Runs half of the flight controls, nose wheel steering, and normal brakes. Located forward port side. Operated by engines 1 and 2.
What is the purpose of the booster hydraulic system?
Runs half of the flight controls. Located forward starboard side. Operated by engines 3 and 4.
What is the purpose of the auxillary hydraulic system?
Runs the cargo door and emergency brakes. Located aft port side. Can be used for troubleshooting flight controls on deck.
What is the purpose of the ground test checkout valve?
Allows the connection of the utility hydraulic system to the auxillary hydraulic system for operation of flight controls on deck.
What is the purpose of the radome?
Houses the radar. Ensure up and locked position before working in this area.
What is the purpose of the cargo door and ramp system?
Allows for quick loading and unloading of cargo and personnel.
Describe the safety precautions associated with the paratroop doors.
Never slam the doors. When these doors are opened they must be pinned.
*Operate on a counter balance system.
Describe the safety precautions associated with the crew entrance door.
Always stand to the side when opening the door and never allow the door to free fall. *
Operates in three modes: open, closed and emergency jettison.
What are the functions of the emergency exits.
Allows emergency egress from the airplane. There are three overhead latches, 1 in each section of the airplane, and 2 emergency exits forward of both port and starboard engines.
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the air deflector doors.
Function: deflects air for paratroops.
Location: Aft part of the main landing gear fairing.
Modes of operation: Open, closed, in hold.
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the flight station Air Conditioning System.
Function:1/3 of aircraft pressurization. Cools and heats the flight station.
Location:Starboard, forward of the 245 bulkhead.
Modes of operation:OFF,AUXVENT,NOPRESS,AUTOPRESS,MANPRESS.
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the cargo compartment Air Conditioning System.
Function:1/3 of aircraft pressurization. Cools and heats the cargo compartment.
Location: Starboard forward of the main landing gear.
Modes of operation: AUXVENT, A/C AUTOPRESS.
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the underfloor heating Air Conditioning System
Function:1/3 of aircraft pressurization. Heats the cargo floor.
Location: Ducting compartment under the cargo floor.
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the cabin pressure controller.
Function: Regulates cabin pressure in flight.
Location: Pressurization control panel.
Modes of operation: AUTO,MANUAL,NOPRESS,AUXVENT.
Safety: do not force cabin pressure knob above 10,000 or below-1000.
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the Outflow valve.
Function: regulate pressure between aircraft interior pressure and atmospheric pressure.
Location: nav station.
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the safety valve.
Function: Opened in a nonpressure condition or for emergency depressurization.
Location: Cargo door.
Safety: Don't obstruct safety valve.
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the Emergency depressurization hatch.
Function: For emergency depressurization.
Location: center emergency escape hatch.
Modes of operation: Pull handle above pilots seat.
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the walk around bottle.
Function: provides portable oxygen.
Location: 4 bottles, 1 next to pilot, 1 next to co-pilot, 1 on the 245 bulkhead, 1 starboard main landing gear.
Modes of operation:
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the Liquid xygen system.
Function: Provides oxygen to aircrew.
Location: starboard side nose landing gear wheel well.
Safety: No oil, grease, or fuels in the area. Cleanliness!
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the engine inlet anti icing system.
Function: prevents icing of engine inlet.
Safety: Excessive bleed air can cause damage to to structures and leading edges.
Function, Location, and Modes of operation of the propeller anti icing/de icing system.
Function: anti icing and de icing of the propeller.
Safety: do not operate on an engine that is not running when the aircraft is on the ground.
Discuss the functions/ safety precautions associated with wing and empennage anti ice.
Function: To prevent icing.
Safety: If operated for testing the temp indicators must be closely monitores and the system must not remain on for more than 30 seconds.
Discuss the safety precautions associated with windshield anti icing.
Operation of NESA anti icing in temperatures above 27 degrees celcius may cause window delamination.
Discuss the functions/ safety precautions associated with pitot heater.
Do not touch with bare hands!
What is the function of the torque meter assembly?
To reduce the RPM of the prop to the engine. 13.43:1
What is the function of the torque meter assembly?
To transmit torque from the engine to the reduction gear box.
What is the function of the compressor assembly?
Compresses air for the engine to run.
What is the function of the diffuser?
Channels the air for the combustion section and the 14th stage ( used for bleed air, engine start, and pressurization.)
What is the function of the combustion section?
To burn air fuel mixture.
What is the function of the turbine unit?
converts heat energy into mechanical energy.
What is the function of the accessory drive housing?
provides mounting pads for numerous engine driven accessories.
What is the function of the propeller control assembly?
To control prop blade pitch at all power settings.
What is the function of the blade assembly?
To provide power.
What is the function of the APU?
supplies air for ground operation of air conditions, engine starting, and electrical power.
What is the function of the fire extinguishing system?
To extinguish engine /APU fires. 2 bottles above port wheel well.
What is the function of the fuel vents?
provides a means to equalize tank pressure, and prevent tanks from overfilling.
What is the function of the bleed air system?
provides compressed air for engine starting, aircraft pressurization, anti icing , and air conditioning.
What is the function of the fuel control panel above the F.E. seat?
Fuel management in flight.
What is the purpose of the intercomunication system?
ICS
Permits voice communication between among flight station and cargo compartments.
What is the operating frequency of HF radio?
3-30 MHz
What is the operating frequency of VHF radio?
30-300 MHz
What is the operating frequency of UHF radio?
300-3000 MHz
What is the purpose of the inertial navigation system?
INS
provides accurate navigation and postion determining information.
What is the purpose of the TACAN?
tactical airborne navigation
provides bearing and distance information
What is the purpose of the automatic direction finder?
ADF
homing and bearing, also receives voice and code signals
What is the purpose of the compass system?
detects and indicates relative heading information referenced to magnetic north.
What is the purpose of the VOR/ILS?
VHF omni directional ranging/ instrument landing system
reception of VHF/VOR, tone localizer and voice facilities, reception of glideslopeinfo and location marker signals.
What is the purpose of the RADAR?
radio detection and ranging
used to detect objects at distances greater than visablly possible.
What is the purpose of the identification friend or foe system?
IFF
provides constant aircraft identification.
What is the purpose of the flight control system?
FCS
receives navigation data from the navigation systems on the aircraft.
What is the purpose of the ground proximity warning system?
GPWS
Provides visual and aural warnings of conditions which could cause the A/C to come into close proximity to the ground.
Describe the function of the combined altitude radar altimeter system.
CARA
indicates the absolute altitude of the aircraft above the terain.
Describe the function of the aircraft battery.
provides 24 volts DC power.
Describe the function of the generators.
provide 3 phase 400Hz 115volts electrical power.
Describe the function of the transformer rectifier.
Converts power from AC power systems to 28 volts DC.
Describe the function of the inverters.
Provides a secondary power supply by converting DC pwer to AC power.
Describe the function of the anti collision/strobe lights.
shall be used immediately before engine starting and at all times during engine operation.
Describe the function of the formation lights.
Used to the extent necessary for safety.
Describe the function of the navigation lights.
attracts visual attention to the aircraft at night.
Describe the function of the landing lights.
used to illuminate the runway to detect surface hazards.
Describe the function of the taxi lights.
Used to illuminate the taxi way.
Describe the function of the leading edge lights.
used to illuminate the nacelles and the wings leading edge.
Describe the purpose of the electrical power supply system.
all power comes from 5 AC generators or the battery.
What safety precautions should be followed when using HF radios?
No personnel on top of aircraft.
What safety precautions should be followed when using RADAR?
strobe lights must be turned on. radiation area should be roped off. 35ft for 180 degrees off the nose of the aircraft.
What safety precautions should be followed when using strobe lights.
avoid direct viewing of white strobe lights.
State the commands operational chain of command.
CO,(CMC,AND CCC)
XO
OIC
ASO
ADMIN DEPT
SAFETY DEPT
OPERATIONS DEPT
MAINT DEPT
TRAINING/NATOPS DEPT
AIS DEPT
Discuss the role of the C-130 mission.
The C-130 mission is to operate from shore installations to provide intra-theater logistics support for all aspects of naval power projection.
What are the primary warfare mission areas?
Command, Control, and Communications
Fleet Support
Logistics
Mobility
Discuss the command, control, and communications warfare mission area.
Provide communications for owwn unit.
Provide tactical voice communications.
Process message traffic.
Discuss the fleet support operations warfare missions area.
Provide repair services for aircraft, electrical/gyro systems, and navigation systems.
Discuss the Logistics warfare mission area.
Provide scheduled response to airlift of cargo, mail, and personnel.
Provide medical evacuation.
Discuss the Mobility warfare mission area.
Provide safe and reliable aircraft for all weather operations.
Prevent and control damage.
Maintain health and well being of the crew.
Discuss the Secondary Warfare Mission Area as it applies to non-combat operations. (NCO)
Provide admin and supply support for own unit.
Provide upkeep of squadron arcraft.
Provide emergency/disaster relief.
Provide support for the evacuation of non combat personnel in areas of civil crisis.