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122 Cards in this Set

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name the 5 Basic sections of a Jet engine
Intake, Compressor, Combustion chamber, Turbine, Exhaust cone.
Name the 4 categories of tiedowns
Initial, intermediate, Permanent, Heavy Weather
Type ship AE
Ammunition Ship
Type ship AO/AOE
Oliers/Oilers and Ammunition Support Ships
Type ship CG
Guided Missle Cruiser
Type ship FFG
Guided Missle Frigate
Type ship LCC
Amphibious Command Ship
Type ship LHA
Amphibious Assault Ship
Type ship LHD
Amphibious Assault Ship
Type ship LPD
Amphibious Dock Ship
Type ship LPH
Anphibious Assault Ship
Type ship LSD
Landing Dock Ship
Type ship MCS
Mine Counter Measure Support
Type ship AD
Destroyer Tender
Type ship AFS
Combat Stores Ship
Type ship ATF
Fleet Ocean Tugs
Type ship ARS
Rescue and Salvage Ship
Type ship ASR
Submarine Rescue Ship
Type ship AR
Repair Ship
Type ship AS
Submarine Tender
Type ship MCM
Mine Countermeasures Ship
Type ship MHC
Coastal Mine Hunters
Type ship PC
Patrol Craft
Ballistic Missle Submarine
Submarine (Nuclear Propulsion)
Gas masks issued, fitted. Inventory of stowed Chemical/Biological equip conducted
Gas masks carried, pre postition decontamintaion supplies at stations, Set cond Zebra (modified)
New filters installed on masks, Don overgarment with hood down, Gen qtrs set, SET Zebra, activate CM washdown sys, intermittantly
Mopp 3
Don mask + secure, don gloves, initiate detection equipment, set cond cir William (air vents), Activate CMWD sys Continuously
Used by any CO, OIC or other commander, for reporting crimes, bomb threats (hoax), abuse, discrimination, sex harass, Suicide or attempted
Sitrep (situation report)
Hand operated Fire Extinguishers
4 portable hand-operated located on aircraft
How many 1st aid kits
22 provisions for 23
Hand axes
two to cut out of AC
Emergency Lights
8 Located on AC, used to identify exits in event of crash or loss of power
Life Rafts
4 20 man rafts in event of water landing
Emergency transmitters
used to help locate down AC
Instrument Flight Rules-flying by using instruments when weather is less than VFR minimum
See and Avoid concept, responsible for own separation from other AC
Visual Meteorological Conditions
expressed in terms of visibility, distance form clouds and ceiling
SE misuse and Abuse report
To ensure cmd accountability,
Witness fwds to QA IMRL for MO Sig, FWD to QA of RCVG CMD for CO review, then returned in 10 days with recc / actions.
Provide Roll
Provides YAW
Increase lift at slower speeds
Provides Pitch
High Frequency- 3-30 MHZ
Ultra High Frequency- 300-3000 MHZ
Very High Frequency- 30-300 MHZ
aircraft battery
provides 24 Volts DC power
AC generators
Provides 3 phase, 400 hertz electrical power
Anti collision /strobe lights
used before eng start and when ac eng is in operation
transformer Rectifier
converts power from ac power supply to 28 volts dc
provides secondary power supply
Formation lights
used for safety
nav lights
attracts visual attention to AC
strobe lights
do not view in white mode also used when radar is running
Wing leading edge lights
used to illuminate nacells
landing lights
used to detect surface hazards
taxi lights
used to illuminate taxiway while ac is moving
command, control and communications
provide communications for own unit
Horizontal stabilizer
They provide longitudinal stability
Emergency depressurization hatch
Function: For emergency depressurization.

Location: Center emergency escape hatch.

Modes of operation: Pull down on handle above the pilots’ seat.

Safety precautions: Don’t open during normal pressurization
Reduction gear assembly
Reduce the RPM of the prop to the engine (13.43:1).

Location: Between the torque meter and prop.

Safety precaution: Safety coupling (-6,000 in lbs.).
Torque meter assembly
Transmit torque from the engine to reduction gearbox.

Location: Between the engine and reduction gearbox.
Compressor assembly
Compresses air for engine to run.

Location: Forward section of engine.
Channels the air for the combustion section, and the 14th stage. Used for bleed air, engine start, and pressurization.

Location: Between the compressor and combustion section.
State the type and model of engine used on the aircraft
Allison T56-A-16, turboprop, constant-speed engines
State the type of propellers used on the aircraft.
Hamilton Standard Hydromatic, four blade, constant-speed propeller with full feathering, and reversible pitch
Discuss the 2 types of refueling methods
Single-point ground refueling method (pressure)

Over the wing method-gravity
Discuss the different methods for servicing hydraulics
Hand crank
Filler Neck
CARA - Combined Altitude Radar Altimeter
measures the actual altitude of the aircraft by bouncing radar waves off the ground. It is accurate from 0 to 50,000 feet above the ground level.
INS - Inertial Navigation System
The INS continuously computes horizontal navigation data and senses the attitude displacement in pitch, roll and yaw
TACAN - Tactical Air Navigation
the number of miles that he is from the surface beacon
the pilot can obtain bearing and distance to a location.
Radar altimeter
altitude above the ground
The barometric altimeter
the altitude above sea level
Fuselage Sections:
0-245...245-737...737 AFT
Utility hydraulics system
Runs half of all the flight controls, nosegear steering, normal brake operation and is located on the forward section, port side of the main landing gear. Operated by engines 1, and 2
Booster hydraulic system
Runs half of all the flight controls. Located on the forward section, starboard side of the main landing gear. Operated by engines 3, and 4
Auxiliary hydraulic system
Runs the cargo door, ramp, and emergency brakes. Portside aft of paratroop door. Operates in manual or electric mode. Can also be used for troubleshooting/operational checkout of flight controls on deck, in conjunction with the Ground Test Checkout Valve.
Emergency Exits
Three overhead hatches, 1 in each section of the aircraft.
2 emergency exits both port and starboard, forward of the inboard engines
Air Conditioning system
Function: Cools, and heats the flight station, also provides 1/3 of the aircraft pressurization.

Location: Starboard, forward of the 245 bulkhead

Modes of operation: OFF, AUX VENT, NO PRESS, AUTO PRESS, and MAN. PRESS.
Outflow valve
Regulate pressure between aircraft interior and atmospheric pressure
Safety valve
Electrically controlled and pneumatically opened in a non-pressure condition or for emergency depressurization
Emergency depressurization hatch
Location: Center emergency escape hatch.

Modes of operation: Pull down on handle above the pilots’ seat
Function: Provide a means to equalize tank pressure, and prevent purge tanks from overfilling

Location: On the wing tips, and the lower surface of the wing. Safety precautions: No open flames
Bleed air system
Function: Provides compressed air for engine starting, aircraft pressurization, and engine anti-icing, and air conditioning.
Location: In the engine nacelles, leading edges, and APU
Tactical Airborne Navigation (Tacan):
provides bearing and distance
Automatic Direction Finder (ADF):
For homing and bearing, also receives voice and code signals
Compass system
Detects and indicates relative heading referenced to magnetic north
Flight Control systems
Receives navigation data from the navigation systems installed on the aircraft
command’s operational chain of command
A.CO, (CMC and CCC)
C. OIC (When CO and XO are SELRES)
D. Aviation Safety Officer
E. Admin
F. Safety Department
G. Operations Department
H. Maintenance Department
I. Training/NATOPS Department
J. AIS Department
Support and provide safe, flyable aircraft for all weather operations.
Prevent and control damage.
Maintain health and well being of the crew
aircraft secondary warfare mission area as it applies to Non-Combat Operations (NCO
Provide administrative and supply support for own unit.
Provide upkeep and maintenance of squadron aircraft.
emergency/disaster relief assistance and evacuation.
support for the evacuation of noncombatant personnel in areas of civil or international crisis
INS - Inertial Navigation System-
senses the attitude displacement in pitch, roll and yaw
Cargo Compartment Refrigerator Overheat Warning
A red press to test cargo overheat light located on the anti-icing and deicing control panel
Fire Detection
presence of fire in the engine nacelles or the GTC/APU compartment5 separate detection systems and one common test system.
Nacelle Overheat
actuates warning lights on the co-pilots instrument panel
squadrons mission statement
24 hours a day,very short notice to provide global logistics support for US Naval Forces
role of the C/KC-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
secondary warfare mission area as it applies to Non-Combat Operations (NCO).
admin and supply support for own unit,upkeep and maint of squadron aircraft,disaster relief,evac of noncombatant personnel
Command, Control and Communications (CCC
Provide communications for own unit,tactical voice comm,
Process message traffic.
Fleet Support Operations (FSO
repair services for AC,elec sys, Logistics, mobility Support
Channels the air for the combustion section, and the 14th stage. Used for bleed air, engine start, and pressurization.
Location: Between the compressor and combustion se
Helicopter Combat Support Special Squadron
Helicopter Mine Countermeasures
Helicopter Antisubmarine
Helicopter Antisubmarine Light
Helicopter Training
Tactical Electronic Warfare -Fixed Wing,Tactically exploits, surpresses, degrades enemy elctronics
Carrier Airborne Early Warning - Carrier based and provide early warning against weather, missiles, shipping and aircraft
Fleet Composite - Perform duties such as utility and air services for the fleet such as simulations and target towing
Fleet Air Reconnaissance -
Electronic warfare support including search for, interception, recording, and analysis of radiated electromagnetic energy
Carrier Logistics Support -
Transports personnel and supplies including carrier onboard
Sea King - Helicopter antisubmarine
Sea Knight - Helicopter combat support
Sea Stallion - Helicopter mine countermeasures
Seahawk - Helicopter antisubmarine light
Oceanhawk - Helicopter Anti-Submari
Seahawk - Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) and Special Warfare (SpecWar) Support
Oily waste
Oil mixed with water or other fluids such that the mixture is no longer useful
Discuss the legislation that governs the discharge of oily waste into the ocean
The Clean Water Act authorizes the Department of Defense to issue regulations governing the design, construction, operation of marine sanitation devices on board vessels owned and operated by the government
Command Managed Equal Opportunity Officer(CMEO)/Equal Opportunity Program Specialist(EOPS)
Provides equal opportunity training to the command. This includes the education and emphasis on giving equal opportunity to all members regardless of race, creed, or religious preference
The Ombudsman is the link between the command and families of command personnel