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55.(421) Which of the following is not performed during the system-engineering phase of predeployment?
Ensuring equipment readiness
56.(421) When performing equipment checks in the predeployment stage, what frequencies and configurations should you use?
The frequencies and configuratins spelled out in the frag order.
57.(421) All of the flollowing is covered in the predeployment briefing except the
exact duration of the deployment
58.(422) The employment phase of a mobility exercise begins when the
first element of the convoy departs
59.(422) The employment phase of a mobility exercise ends when
the end-ex order is received from the governing authority
60.(423) The first step in recovery at the employment site is to
conduct a safety briefing
61.(424) Into how many Aeorspace Expeditionary Forces is the Air Force Total Force divided?
10
62.(424) Aerospace Expeditionary Forces are sized to
meet steady-state rotational requirements for forward deployed forces
63.(424) If assigned to an Air Force Expeditionary Force, how often can you expect to be deployment vulnerable?
90 days every 15 months
64.(425) What is developed for systematic planning of force packages?
unit type codes
65.(425) What is the unit type code identifier for communications and information?
6k
66.(426) Name the nerve center for all deployment activity throughout the Air Force.
AEFC
67.(427) The mission of TRI-TAC is to
design,develop,and acquire swithced tactical digital communications to increase communications interoperability within the US armed services and NATO
68.(427) Where does the term TRI-TAC come from?
Tri-service tactical
69.(428) Tropospheric transmission systems are normally effective up to
150 miles
70.(429) Which two units make up the unit level circuit switch (ULCS)?
AN/TTC-42 and SB-3865
71.(429) What is the maximum number of swiched circuit lines the AN/TTC-42 can support?
150
72.(430) What supplies electrical power for TRI-TAC equipment in deployed scenarios?
A/E 24U-8
73.(430) What TRI-TAC equipment supplies environmental control for the deployed communications equipment?
AE 32C-24
74.(431) Which,if any, environmental factors must be considered when installing theater deployable communications (TDC) components?
TDC components can be installed in semi-environmentally controlled customer areas.
75.(431) Who supplies the crypto keys and video-teleconferencing terminal equipment when deploying theater deployable communications equipment?
The customer
76.(432) How many satellite links can the lightweight multiband satellite terminal support?
1
77.(432) Which of the following nomenclature identifies a trailerized version of the lightweight multiband satellite terminal?
AN/TSC-152
78.(432) What type of generator system is required to power the lightweight multiband satellite terminal?
2-10kw
79.(433) How many 2-wires analog telephones will the basic access module support?
60-80
80.(433) What is the difference between the configurable access module(CAM) and the basic access module (BAM)?
The CAM contains an Ethernet router capable or routing data traffic outside the domain
81.(434) What is the power requirement to power a CAN?
20 amp, 110volt
82.(435) During the sustainment phase, what should be provided to ensure survivability of the deployed network?
Multiple transmission paths
83.(436) How many deployed personnel can be supported by an intial deployment package?
30-100