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WINGSPAN
53FT
LENGTH
59FT 10IN
HEIGHT
16FT 3IN
MAX SPEED AND CRUISE SPEED
575 KTS
450 KTS
SERVICE CEILING
40,000 FT
MINIMUM TAKEOFF DISTANCE
2,750FT
WEIGHT
EMPTY
GROSS
32,574 LBS
61,043 LBS
101
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
3 TYPES OF RESPIRATORS
AIR-PURIFYING 19.5-23.5% O2 AVAILABLE

SUPPLIED AIR- PROVIDE BREATHING AIR INDEPENDENT OF THE ENVIORNMENT

SELF-CONTAINED- ALLOWS USER INDEPENDANCE FROM FROM A FIXED SOURCE OF AIR. GREATEST DEGREE OF PROTECTION
101
HEARING CONSERVATION
REQUIRED WHEN PERSONNEL ARE EXPOSED TO 84db for 8hrs OR 140db IMPULSE NOISE
101
SIGHT CONSERVATION
ANNUAL EYE EXAMS REQUIRED

SAFETY GLASSES WILL BE WORN WHEN PERFORMING:
HANDLING MOLTEN METALS
OR CORROSIVE MATERIALS

CUTTING AND WELDING

DRILLING, GRINDING

MELTING, CHIPPING

SANDBLASTING OR OTHER DUST PRODUCING
101
PPE
DETERMINED BY COMPETENT AUTHORITY THAT ITS USE IS REQUIRED TO LESSEN THE LIKELYHOOD OF OCCCUPATIONAL INJURIES OR ILLNESS
101
PPE AT FLIGHT QUARTERS
CRANIAL W/ EYE PROTECTION

LONG SLEEVE SHIRT

FLOAT COAT

FLIGHT DECK BOOTS OR LOX BOOTS

GLOVES
101
BLUE CRANIAL/JERSEY
AIRCRAFT HANDILING CREW/CHOCKS
101
YELLOW CRANIAL/JERSEY
AIRCRAFT HANDILING CREW/PLANE DIRECTORS
101
GREEN CRANIAL/JERSEY WITH AN "A"
ARRESTING GEAR CREW
101
PURPLE CRANIAL/JERSEY
AVAITION FUEL CREW
101
GREEN CRANIAL/JERSEY WITH A "C"
CATAPULT CREW
101
GREEN CRANIAL WHITE JERSEY
CATAPULT/AG QA
101
GREEN CRANIAL GREEN AND WHITE JERSEY
JBD SAFETY
101
RED CRANAIL/JERSEY
CRASH AND SALVAGE

EOD

AO
101
RED CRANIAL GREEN JERSEY
HELICOPTER LSE
101
RED CRANIAL BROWN JERSEY
HELICOPTER PLANE CAPTAIN
101
GREEN CRANIAL/JERSEY WITH "GSE"
GSE troubleshooter
101
NO CRAINIAL WHITE JERSEY WITH "LSO"
LANDING SIGNALS OFFICER
101
WHITE CRANIAL/JERSEY
"LOX"
"RED CROSS"
"SAFETY"
LOX CREW
MEDICAL
SAFETY
101
GREEN CRANIAL/JERSEY WITH "AT,AM,AD,ECT"
MAINTENANCE CREWS
101
BROWN CRANIAL/JERSEY
PLANE CAPTAINS
101
LPO/QA
LINE SHACK: GREEN CRANIAL BROWN JERSEY

MAINTENANCE: GREEN CRANIAL/JERSEY

QA: BROWN CRANIAL WHITE JERSEY
101
EA-6B DANGER AREAS
ALL MOVABLE SURFACES:
RADOME
CANOPIES
EJECTION SEATS
BIRDCAGE
FLAPS,SLATS
RUDDER, ECT.
101
EA-6B DANGER AREAS
RADIATION
APS 130 RADAR MINIMUM DISTANCE
15 FT PERSONNEL
10FT ORDNANCE
101
EA-6B DANGER AREAS
MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM EXHAUST
34 MPH 50FT
68 MPH 100FT
136 MPH 200FT
204 MPH 300FT
341 MPH 500FT
408 MPH 700FT
101
WHAT IS THE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM INTAKE
25FT
101
LIST THE GROUND SAFETY PINS
8 FWD CANOPY EJECTION SEATS(EA)
7 AFT CANOPY EJECTION SEATS(EA)
FWD AND AFT CANOPY JETISON
CANOPY MANUAL CONTROL
NOSE WHEEL
2 MAIN LANDING GEAR
ARRESTING HOOK
5 PYLONS
101
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN APPLYING EXTERNAL POWER
ALL SWITCHS "OFF, SAFE OR NORMAL"
AIRCRAFT GROUNDED
ALL PERSONNEL KNOW POWER IS BEING APPLIED
102
NUMBER AND LOCATION OF TIE DOWN POINTS
1 NOSE GEAR DRAG BRACE

2 FWD STATION ONE
OUTBOARD

3 AFT STATION ONE
OUTBOARD

4 FWD STATION 5
OUTBOARD

5 AFT STATON 5
OUTBOARD

6 UPPER LEFT MAIN LG

7 UPPER RIGHT MAIN LG

8 LEFT MAIN LG AXEL

9 RIGHT MAIN LG AXEL

10 TAIL SCAG
102
PROPER GROUNDING PROCEDURES
ATTACH CABLE TO GROUND
ATTACH CABLE TO AIRCRAFT GROUND POINT
102
FUELING/DE-FUELING PROCEDURES
GROUND AIRCRAFT
GROUND FUEL TRUCK
CONNECT BONDING CABLE TO FUEL TRUCK AND AIRCRAFT
WAIT TWO MINUTES BEFORE REMOVING BONDING CABLE
102
WHO IS REPSONSIBLE FOR OVERALL EXECUTION OF AIRCRAFT MOVE
MOVE DIRECTOR
102
WHO CONDUCTS PRE-MOVEMENT INSPECTION
BRAKE RIDER
103
WHEN IS THEIR NOT A BRAKE RIDER DURING AN AIRCRAFT MOVE
WHEN THE SEATS HAVE BEEN REMOVED
102
WHAT DOES THE TRACTOR DRIVER DO
POSSES A VALID SE LICENSE
PRE-OPS TRACTOR AND TOW BAR
TAKES DIRECTIONS FROM MOVE DIRECTOR
102
RESPONSIBILITIES OF SAFETY OBSERVER
WATCHES FOR OBSTRUCTONS AND ALERTS MOVE DIRECTOR
102
WHAT IS THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF PERSONNEL REQUIRED FOR A MOVE
6
1.MOVE DIRECTOR

2.BRAKE RIDER

3.TRACTOR DRIVER

4. 2 CHOCK WALKERS/SAFETY OBSERVER

5.TAIL WALKER
103
HYDRUALIC PATCH TEST
CONTAMINATION ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE THE PARTICULATE LEVEL OF THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
103
PURPOSE OF TACTICAL PAINT SCHEME
DECEPTION
103
PURPOSE OF SPIN RECOVERY SYSTEM
INCREASES STABILIZER AND RUDDER THROWS DURING CLEAN CONFIGURATION

STAB INCREASES FROM
10 DEGREES TO 24

RUDDER INCREASES FROM
4 DEGREES TO 35
103
WING FOLD SYSTEM
ALLOWS AIRCRAFT TO PARK IN LIMITED SPACE
103
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
FLIGHT
PROVIDES POWER FOR THE OPERATION OF THE PRIMARY FLIGHT CONTROLS
103
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
COMBINED
PROVIDES POWER TO PRIMARY FLIGHT CONTROLS AND GENERAL UTILITY PRESSURIZED AT 3000 PSI
EX NOSE WHEEL STEERING
NORMAL BRAKE
FLAPS/SLATS
103
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
AUXILLARY
SUPPLIES HYDRAULIC POWER FOR GROUND OPS
BIRDCAGE
RADOME
WHEEL BRAKE ACCUMULATOR
104
PURPOSE AND LOCATION OF IFR (IN-FLIGHT REFUELING PROBE)
RE-FUEL IN FLIGHT
CENTERLINE FWD OF THE WINDSHIELD
104
TYPE OF ENGINES ON
EA-6B
J-52-P-408/408A
11,200 LBS OF THRUST
104
SIX BASIC SECTIONS OF ENGINE
Turbine exhaust
Accessory section
Combustion chamber
Diffuser
Inlet
Compression
104
TWO METHODS OF STARING ENGINES
1. GROUND STARTING CART (HUFFER)
2. BLEED AIR FROM OTHER OPERATING ENGINE (CROSS-BLEEDING)
104
PURPOSE OF THE ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM
MAINTAIN A SUPPLY OF FUEL BY WEIGHT TO MEET ENGINES DEMANDS
105
IFF
INS
RADAR
TACAN
ESM
ACLS
APC
AFCS
EFIS
OAT
IDENTIFICATION FRIEND OR FOE

INERTIAL NAVAGATION SYSTEM

TACTICAL AIR NAVAGATION

ELECTRONIC SUPPORT MEASURES

AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM

APPROACH POWER COMPENSATOR

AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM

ELECTRONIC FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SYSTEM

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPATURE
105
PURPOSE OF ECM EQUIPMENT
TO DECTECT, ANALYZE, LOCATE AND DEGRADE THE USE OF THE ENEMIES ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT
105
TWO CATAGORIES OF ECM
ELECTRONIC- JAM
NON-ELECTRONIC-CHAFF
105
RADAR ALTIMETER
RANGE TRACKING RADAR THAT MEASURES THE SURFACE OR TERAIN CLEARANCE BELOW THE AIRCRAFT. ONLY WORKS UP TO 5000FT
105
BAROMETRIC ALTIMETER
GIVES ALTITUDE BY MEASURING OUTSIDE AIR PRESSURE IN HUNDREDS OF FEET
106
OBJECTIVE OF THE EXPLOSIVE HANDLING PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
ENSURE EACH PERSON HANDLING EXPLOSIVE DEVICES IS QUALIFIED
106
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR A HOT SEAT PROCEDURE
A/C IN DESIGNATED AREA
WEAPONS MUST BE SAFED
ONE CHOCK INSTALLED
ANY A/C CARRING HARM MUST BE IN AN ARM/DEARM AREA
107
MINIMUM PPE REQUIREMENTS FOR AIRCREW
HELMET
BOOTS
GLOVES
ID TAGS
SURVIVAL KNIFE
SIGNAL DEVICE
SURVIVAL RADIO
ANTI-G SUIT
107
PURPOSE OF OXYGEN MASK
PROVIDES OXYGEN TO AIRCREW AND CAN BE USED FOR BREATHING UNDERWATER UP TO 16FT
107
OXYGEN REGULATOR
REGULATES OXYGEN PRESSURE FOR BREATHING OF 100% OXYGEN AND AUTOMATICALLY PROVIDES POSITIVE PRESSURE AT ALTITUES ABOVE 34,000FT
107
LIFE PRESERVER
AUTOMATIC FLOTATION DEVICE ON SV-2B SURVIVAL VEST. MAINTAINS A MINIMUM BUOYANCY OF 65LBS
107
ANTI-G SUIT
PROVIDES PROTECTION FROM EXCESSIVE G FORCES
107
DROUGE PARACHUTE
2 PARACHUTES CONTROL AND STABILIZER
STABILIZES THE SEAT AND WITHDRAWLS PERSONNEL PARACHUTE
107
MAIN PARACHUTE
ALLOWS AIRCREW TO DECEND SAFELY
107
SEAT SURVIVAL KIT
EMERGENCY OXYGEN
LIFE RAFT
EMERGENCY RADIO BEACON
SIGNAL FLARE
DYE MARKER
SPONGE
CAN OPENER
CASUALTY BLANKET
CODE CARD
MEDICAL PACKET
107
PURPOSE OF EGRESS SYSTEM CHECKOUT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
ESTABLISHES POLICY, RESOPNSIBILTIES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR CHECKOUT PROCEDURES
107
DEFINE HYPOXIA
DEFINE ANOXIA
DECREASE IN OXYGEN
COMPLETE LACK OF OXYGEN
107
TWO TYPES OF AVIATORS BREATHING OXYGEN
TYPE 1 GASEOUS- EMERGENCY

TYPE 2- LIQUID- NORMAL USE
201
AIRCRAFT STRUCTURE
FUSELAGE
EMPANNAGE
WING
201
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
FLAPS
SEMI-FOWLER TYPE
TRAILING EGDE OF WINGS
GIVE MORE LIFT FOR TAKEOFF AND LANDING
201
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
SLATS
LEADING EDGE OF WINGS
USED TO PROVIDE MORE LIFT DURING TAKEOFF AND LANDING
201
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
FLAPERONS
LATERAL CONTROL (ROLL)
JUST FORWARD OF THE FLAPS
201
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
LONGITUDINAL CONTROL (PITCH)
EMPENNAGE BELOW THE VERTICAL STABILIZER
201
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
RUDDER
DIRECTIONAL CONTROL (YAW)
LOCTATED ON THE VERTICAL STABILIZER
201
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
SPEED BRAKES
KEEP AIRCRAFT FROM BUILDING EXCESSIVE SPEED DURING DIVES AND LANDING

TRAILING EDGE OF WINGTIPS
201
NAME AND LOCATION OF HYDRAULIC RESERVOIRS
FLIGHT- RIGHT ENGINE INLET SECTION. FWRD OF ENGINE ACCESS DOOR.

COMBINED-LEFT WING FILLET COMPARTMENT, BELOW THE LEADING EDGE OF THE WING
201
FUNCTION OF HYDRAULIC PUMPS
PRIMARY POWER FOR HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS. MAY BE ENGINE DRIVEN, ELECTRICALLY DRIVEN OR HAND PUMP
201
FUNCTION OF HYDRAULIC ACTUATORS
TRANSFORM HYDRAULIC FLUID PRESSURE INTO MECHANICAL FORCE. TWO TYPES: ACTUATING CYLINDERS AND HYDRAULIC MOTORS
201
FUNCTION OF HYDRAULIC
ACCUMULATORS
STORE A OF VOLUME OF FLUID UNDER PRESSURE TO ACT AS CUSHION AGAINST PRESSURE SURGES

SUPPLEMENT THE PUMPS OUTPUT UNDER A PEAK LOAD
201
PRIMARY PURPOSE OF LANDING GEAR
TO SUPPORT AND MANEUVER AIRCRAFT
201
FUNCTION AND LOCATION OF WHEEL BRAKES
USED FOR MANEUVERING AND STOPPING AIRCRAFT ON GROUND.

MAIN LANDING GEAR WHEEL WELL
201
FUNCTION OF THE NOSE TOW CATAPULT SYSTEM
THE TOW LINK GUIDES AND HOLDS A/C TO SHUTTLE

HOLDBACK IS A BELL CRANK AFT OF THE NOSE GEAR STRUT THAT ATTACHS THE A/C TO THE CATAPULT
201
FUNCTION OF THE ARRESTING HOOK
PROVIDES CARRIER LANDING CAPABILITY
201
WHAT ARE THE THREE MODES OF CABIN AIR CONDITIONING
AUTO- MAINTAINS TEMP BETWEEN 60 AND 80 WITH THUMB WHEEL

MANUAL- ALLOWS CREW TO MANUALLY SWITCH TEMP

RAM AIR- EMERGENCY BACK-UP
201
WHAT ARE THE THREE CABIN PRESSURIZATIONS
UNPRESSURIZED-0 TO 8000FT

ISOBARIC- 8000 TO 23000 FT CABIN ALTITIUDE REMAINS AT 8000FT

DIFFERENTIAL- 23000FT PLUS CABIN PRESSURE AT 5PSI
201
WHAT IS THE TEMPERATURE OF THE DEFOGGING SYSTEM
240 DEGRESS F
201
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE VENT SUIT
TO PROVIDE CONDITIONED AIR TO EACH CREW MEMBER. AUTOMATICALLY MAINTIANED AT 75 DEGREES
201
WHAT TEMPERATURE DOES THE EQUIPMENT COOLING SYSTEM KEEP
75 DEGREES
85 FOR EMERGENCY
201
WHAT IS THE WINDSHIELD WASH MADE OF
50% WATER
50% METHAL ALCOHOL
201
HOW MANY NOZZELS ARE THERE IN THE RAIN REMOVAL SYSTEM
26
201
NAME THE THREE SUBSYSTEMS OF THE CANOPY OPENING SYSTEM
NORMAL- OPENS AND CLOSES CANOPIES USING PNEUMATIC PRESSURE

AUXILLARY- ONE TIME USE IF NORMAL SYSTEM FAILS. HANDLES MUST BE IN OPEN POSITION

JETTISON- EMERGENCY HANDLE IN FWD COCKPIT OPERATES BOTH. AFT ONLY AFT
201
WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF THE MAIN LANDING GEAR OVERRIDE VALVE
TO OPEN THE FORWARD MAIN LANDING GEAR DOOR DURING GROUND MAINTENANCE.

LOCATED IN NACELLE AFT OF MAIN LANDING GEAR SHOCK STRUT
201
PURPOSE OF THE NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT LOCK
RENDERS THE SHOCK ALMOST RIGID FOR A CATAPULT LAUNCH
ACTIVATED BY THE COMBINED HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
201
PURPOSE OF THE LANDING GEAR EMERGENCY SYSTEM
LOWERS THE LANDING GEAR USING PNEUMATIC PRESSURE
201
PURPOSE OF THE IPI
INTEGRATED POSTIONING SYSTEM
DISPLAYS THE POSITION OF THE SLATS, STAB, FLAPS, SPEED BRAKES,WHEELS AND TOW LINKS
201
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
EJECTION SEAT
ENSURE ALL SAFETY PINS ARE INSTALLED BEFORE ENTERING COCKPITS
201
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CANOPY JETTISON SYSTEM
ENSURE SAFETY PINS ARE INSTALLED BEFORE ENTERING COCKPITS
201
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CANOPY NORMAL SYSTEM
ENSURE SAFETY PINS ARE INSTALLED ANYTIME CANOPIES ARE OPEN
201
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
LOX
ONLY TRAINED AND LICENSED PERSONNEL CAN SERVICE LOX
BOILS -297 DEGREES
HIGHLY COMBUSTABLE
EXPANSION RATE OF 862 TO 1
202
ENGINES
STARTER
TURNS OVER THE ENGINES
ALSO DRIVES THE CSD/GENERATOR
202
ENGINES
FUEL CONTROL
LIGHTWEIGHT , HIGH CAPACITY, FUEL FLOW METERING UNIT THAT PERMITS SELECTION OF DESIRED ENGINE THRUST
202
ENGINES
POWER LEVEL CONTROL QUANDRANT
PROVIDES CONTROL OF THE ENGINES THROUGHOUT RANGE OF OPERATION
202
ENGINES
ENGINE OIL SYSTEM
SELF CONTAINED HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM CONSISTING OF A PRESSURE OIL SYSTEM, SCAVENGE OIL SYSTEM AND BREATHER SYSTEM. PRESSURIZES, FILTERS, COOLS AND RE-CIRCULATES OIL
202
ENGINES
FIRE/OVER TEMP DETECTION SYSTEM
PROVIDES COCKPIT INDICATION OF FIRE/OVERTEMP OF THE ENGINES, BIRDCAGE OR NOSE WHEEL WELL
202
ENGINE INDICATING SYSTEM
OIL PRESSURE INDICATOR
0-100PSI INDICATES OIL PRESSURE
202
ENGINE INDICATING SYSTEM
FUEL FLOW INDICATOR
INDICATES FUEL FLOW FROM ENGINES
202
ENGINE INDICATING SYSTEM
ENGINE SPEED INDICATOR
SHOWS ENGINE RPM'S IN PERCENT
202
ENGINE INDICATING SYSTEM
EXHAUST GAS TEMP INDICATOR
6 THERMOCOUPLES SHOW EXHAUST TEMP
202
FUEL SYSTEM
FOWARD FUEL CELL
SELF SEALING
392 GALLONS
202
FUEL SYSTEM
MID FUEL CELL
BLADDER TYPE
256 GALLONS
202
FUEL SYSTEM
AFT FUEL CELL
SELF SEALING
643 GALLONS
202
FUEL SYSTEM
WING TANKS
TWO OUTBOARD
ONE INBOARD
202
FUEL SYSTEM
DROP TANKS
AERO-1D
300 GALLONS
202
FUEL SYSTEM
TOTAL FUEL CAPACITY
FUSELAGE-1291 GAL
WINGS-977 GAL
TOTAL-2,268 GAL
202
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
ENGINE GROUND TURN-UP
REMAIN CLEAR OF DANGER AREAS

MUST WEAR HEARING AND EYE PROTECTION

FIRE EXTINGUISHER MUST BE MANNED
202
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
FUELING/DEFUELING
FUELING- DO NOT REFUEL OUTBOARD WING TANKS WHEN FOLDED
NO RADIO OR RADAR WITHIN 100FT
AIRCRAFT AND TRUCK MUST BE GROUNDED
DISCHARGE ANY STATIC ELCTRICITY

DEFUELING-100FT FROM RADIO AND 300FT FROM RADAR
PROPERLY GROUNDED AIRCRAFT AND TRUCK
DISCHARGE ANY STATIC ELECTRICITY
203
UHF
225 MHZ TO 399.95 MHZ
COMS, AUTOMATIC DIRECTION FINDING
203
VHF
116 MHZ TO 151.95 MHZ
COMS
203
HF
2 MHZ TO 29.999MHZ
UPPER AND LOWER SINGLE SIDE BAND OR AM COMS
203
AIC-14/AIC-45 ICS
PROVIDES AMPLIFICATION FOR RADIO TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION ALSO FOR RADIO RECIEVER OUTPUTS, RADIO NAVIGATION INFO, WARNING, AND ECM SIGNALS
203
TACAN
ARN/84
SLANT RANGE AND AZIMUTH TO ANY SELECTED SURFACE STATION
RANGE 300NM
203
INS
INTERIAL NAVAGATION SYSTEM
AIRCRAFT ATITTUDE REFERENCE AND PROVIDES PRESENT POSITION, AS WELL AS HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL VELOCITIES
203
RADAR
APS-130
PRESENTS A GROUND MAP DISPLAY OF TERRIAN AHEAD
203
GPS
SPACE BASED RADIO POSITIONING SYSTEM
HIGHLY ACCURATE POSITION, VELOCITY, AND TIME DATA
203
ATTITUDE HEADING REFERENCE
ASN-50
HEADING INFO TO THE ADI IN PRIMARY MODE
PITCH, ROLL AND HEADING INFO IN SECONDARY MODE
203
RADIO COUNTERMEASURES SET
USQ-113
PROVIDES ESM,ECM AND COMMS
203
ALQ-99/ALQ-218
TATICAL RECEIVER AND JAMMING SYSTEM
DETECTS, ANALYZES AND JAMS HOSTILE RADAR THREATS
203
TACTICAL COMPUTER
AYK-14
GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER. USED FOR BOTH NAVAGATION AND TACTICAL JAMMING
203
TACTICAL NAVIGATION SET
AN/ASN-123
PROVIDES INTERFACE WITH THE CENTRAL COMPUTER AND DIPLAYS TJS/NAV DATA
203
IDENTIFY THE LOCATION AND PURPOSE OF THE TJS POD COMPONENTS
HARBACK- TOP OF POD CONNECTS TRANSMITTERS AND UEU TO AIRCRAFT

TRANSMITTERS- 1 FORWARD. 1 AFT. GENERATE JAMMING SIGNALS
UEU- MID BETWEEN TRANSMITTERS. INTERFACE BETWEEN TX AND TJS SYSTEM

RAM-AIR TURBINE GENERATOR- FRONT OF POD. PROVIDES POWER TO TJS POD DURING FLIGHT

RADOME-BOTTOM OF POD.
203
AFCS
AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM

ERROR SENSING COUPLING AND AMPLIFYING SYSTEM PROVIDES TWO-AXIS STABILITY AUGMENTATION, THREE-AXIS ATTITUDE CONTROL AND FLIGHT PATH CONTROL
203
ACLS
AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM

CLOSED LOOP SYSTEM THAT USES PULSE CODED KU-BAND INFO AND KA-BAND INTERROGATION FROM THE AIRCRAFT CARRIER FOR LANDINGS IN ALL CONDITIONS
203
ICLS
INSTRUMENT CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM
RECIEVES AND DECODES GLIDE SLOPE INFO, AZIMUTH AND ELEVATION SIGNALS.
WORKS WITH AN/SPN-41 ON CARRIER
203
APC
APPROACH POWER COMPENSATOR
MAINTAIN AN AIRSPEED THAT WILL GIVE A CONSTANT AVERAGE ANGLE OF ATTACK
203
PURPOSE OF GENERATORS
SUPPLY A CONSTANT 115/200 VAC THREE PHASE 400HZ POWER TO THE A/C
203
PURPOSE OF TRANSFORMER RECTIFIER
TO TAKE AC POWER AND TURN IT INTO DC POWER
203
REGULATOR-SUPERVISOR PANEL
SENSING CIRCUITS FOR VOLTAGE REGULATION AND PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS
203
EXTERIOR LIGHTS
ANTI-COLLISION
TWO
CENTERLINE TOP DECK
CENTERLINE FORWARD OF THE NOSE WHEEL FAIRING
203
EXTERIOR LIGHTS
FORMATION
FOUR
TWO ON THE WINGS AND TWO ON THE FUSELAGE
203
EXTERIOR LIGHTS
PYLON
AFT END OF THE OUTBOARD PYLONS
USED FOR POSTITION REFERENCE DURING IN-FLIGHT RE-FUELING
203
EXTERIOR LIGHTS
POSITION LIGHTS
THREE
ONE ON EACH LEADING EDGE OF THE WINGS ON THE TIP AND ON THE TAIL AT THE BASE OF THE VERT STAB. INDICATES DIRECTION OF TRAVEL
203
EXTERIOR LIGHTS
IN FLIGHT REFUELING PROBE
FWD OF THE PILOTS WINDSHIELD. ILLUMINATES THE PROBE DURING IN-FLIGHT REFUELING
203
EXTERIOR LIGHTS
TAXI
NOSE LANDING GEAR DOOR FAIRING
LIGHTS THE WAY DURING TAXIING, TAKE OFF AND LANDING
203
EXTERIOR LIGHTS
APPROACH LIGHTS
FOWARD NOSE WHEEL DOOR
GREEN- HIGH ANGLE OF ATTACK

AMBER- OPTIMUM ANGLE OF ATTACK

RED- LOW ANGLE OF ATTACK
204
BOMB RACKS
AREO7A-WINGS

AREO7B-CENTERLINE 2 INCHES SHORTER

4 PAIRS OF SUSPENSION HOOKS
14 INCHES APART AND 30 INCHES APART
204
WHEN ARE JETTISON CHECKS REQUIRED
WITHIN 24HRS PRIOR TO LOADING

AFTER RECONFIGURATION

AFTER ANY MALFUNCTION HAS BEEN CORRECTED
204
PURPOSE OF THE AGM-88 HARM
DESTROY SHORE OR SEA BASED ENEMY RADAR. USED WITH THE LAU-118/A
204
STATE THE PURPOSE OF FLARES
USED AGIANST HEAT SEAKING MISSILES
MK-46
MJU-8/B
204
STATE THE PURPOSE OF CHAFF
CONSISTS OF SMALL METAL STRIPS. JAMS RADAR INSTALLATIONS OR RADAR MISSLES
RR-129
RR-144
204
STATE THE PURPOSE OF THE AN/ALE-39
CHAFF AND FLARE DISPENSER
INSTALLED IN ALMOST EVERY NAVAL AIRCRAFT
TWO DISPENSERS AND A PROGRAMMER