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106.    ______ Due to the lack of surge protection features, reverse refueling is prohibited.
A.       [ARR E]
B.        [ARR B]
C.        [ARR C]
D.       [ARR G]
A.       [ARR E]
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 2-189, Warning
107.    The ________ valve will be CLOSED before operating the A/R fuel pumps because fuel pressure surges
could cause rupture of the ARR manifold in the cockpit area.
A.    manifold flight
B.     single point refueling
C.     main ARR (IFR)
D.    line
C.     main ARR (IFR)
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 3-80, Warning
108.    When transferring fuel, only ____ A/R pump(s) shall be operated at a time. This precludes the possibility of over-pressurizing a fuel tank if a fuel level control valve fails in the open position.
A.    4
B.     3
C.     2
D.    1
D.    1
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 3-80, Warning
109.    Monitor the fuel quantity gauges to avoid exceeding airplane _______ limits. Maintain symmetrical fuel
quantities in the wing tanks to prevent lateral unbalance.
A.    CG
B.     Structural
C.     Maneuvering
D.    Fuel Tank
A.    CG
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 3-80, Warning
110.    [Manual Boom Latching] The receiver pilot must initiate all disconnects before _____________________.
A.    fatigue sets in
B.     over pressurizing the ARR manifold
C.     exceeding any of the limits
D.    called by the boom operator
C.     exceeding any of the limits
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 3-80B, Caution
111. The ____________ valve will be CLOSED before operation of the air refueling pumps because fuel pressure
surges could cause rupture of the ___ manifold in the cockpit area.
A.    tank to engine manifold; tank to engine manifold
B.     single point refueling; single point refueling
C.     main ARR/IFR; ARR
D.    tank to engine manifold; main IFR
C.     main ARR/IFR; ARR
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 8-6, Warning
112.    A controlled tension brute force disconnect will be accomplished only __________.
A.    by a qualified instructor boom
B.     as a last resort, after all other normal and emergency methods of disconnect have failed
C.     when agreed upon by both the receiver and tanker
D.    on [ARR E] configured jets
B.     as a last resort, after all other normal and emergency methods of disconnect have failed
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 3-42, Caution
113.    The receiver pilot should use caution not to overrun the tanker. If overrunning does occur, under no conditions
should a turn, either right or left, be made until __________.
A.    a breakaway has been completed
B.     speed brakes are deployed
C.     the tanker is visual
D.    throttles are advanced
A.    a breakaway has been completed
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 3-18A, Warning
114.    Approaching boom limits at relatively high velocity can cause _________ due to binding action of the boom
nozzle.
A.    operating limits to be exceeded prior to disconnect
B.     negative contact indication
C.     structural damage as a result of an inability to disconnect
D.    a pressure disconnect
C.     structural damage as a result of an inability to disconnect
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 8-4, Caution
115.    The receiver will stabilize in the astern position with a _____ rate of closure. If the receiver fails to attain a
stabilized position, or it becomes apparent that a closure overrun will occur, a breakaway will be initiated. Failure to initiate a breakaway under closure overrun conditions can result in a mid-air collision.
A.    slight
B.     zero
C.     negative
D.    slow
B.     zero
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 8-3, Warning
116.    If the receiver director lights fail to illuminate when contact is established, the _______ will inform the
_______ if refueling operations are to be continued. If refueling is continued, verbal corrections from the boom operator may be requested.
A.    receiver copilot; tanker copilot
B.     receiver pilot; tanker pilot
C.     receiver pilot; boom operator
D. boom operator; receiver pilot
C.     receiver pilot; boom operator
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 8-3, Caution
117.    One of the greatest potential hazards during air refueling is ___________. On becoming fatigued or if for any
reason large oscillations develop which require increasing amounts of control displacement, break contact and __________________ the airplane in the astern position for a few minutes.
A.    Explosive vapors, ventilate
B.     Fatigue, let the other pilot fly
C.     flameout of engines, look around
D.    rupture of the ARR manifold in the cockpit area,
B.     Fatigue, let the other pilot fly
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 8-4
118.    Attempts to effect a contact during loss of any air refueling lighting that results in less than desired
illumination will be at the discretion of the ____________.
A.    receiver pilot
B.     tanker pilot
C.     boom operator
D.    instructor pilot
C.     boom operator
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 8-3, Caution
119.    The boom operator is unable to release the boom toggles during manual boom latching.
A.    TRUE
B.     FALSE
A.    TRUE
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 3-80B, Caution
120.    If the receiver is more than ___ in trail with the tanker, airspeed may be increased to ___ KIAS for closure.
The normal speed schedule will be resumed at 3 NM in trail.
A.    3NM; 350
B.     3NM; 330
C.     4NM; 350
D.    4NM; 330
D.    4NM; 330
Ref: T.O. 1C-135(K)R(II)-1, Page 8-2, Note