When we look at the most common electric tools you use in the munitions storage area, when using a drill, what is the first thing you do?
Make sure the diameter of the hole to be drilled is within the capacity of the drill
Connect the drill to the power source
Put on your safety goggles
Insert the chuck key
Which article(s) of safety gear must be worn when using a bench grinder?
Eye or face protection
Eye protection and gloves
Which diameter (in inches) electric saw blade is the most common found in maintenance activities?
An electric saw's blade must be operating at what speed before it contacts the material being cut?
Which pneumatic impact tool is designed to install or remove nuts and bolts?
At what variation in pounds of pressure, while using an impact wrench, can the excess pressure become serious?
When operating mechanical lifting devices, safety is a function of operating technique, maintenance, management, and
sound operational practices
not so common “common sense"
good hand and eye coordination
sound mechanical knowledge of the device
What is worn if there is a potential for injury from falling objects?
What is the most common type of sling used in your everyday job?
Hoist hooks must be replaced when they have more than
5 percent in excess of normal throat opening or more than 15 degrees twist from the plane
10 percent in excess of normal throat opening or more than 15 degrees twist from the plane
15 percent in excess of normal throat opening or more than 10 degrees twist from the plane
20 percent in excess of normal throat opening or more than 10 degrees twist from the plane
The following are all good safety practices to consider when using a sling except
standing clear of the attached load
keeping the sling well lubricated in order to prevent corrosion
keeping your hands and fingers from between the sling and the load
inspecting the sling by passing your bare hand over the body of the sling
Which meter is a four-wire Kelvin digital ohmmeter used for testing AIM–9 and the AIM–120 missile system?
The maximum load capacity of the MHU–141/M trailer is
The steering system on the MHU–141/M trailer has a turning radius of how many inches?
When the MHU–141 trailer is loaded or towed with the hinged deck open, what must be done?
The two deck-panel supports must be properly positioned and locked in place with quick-release pins
The two deck-panel supports must be properly positioned and locked in place with bolts and self-locking nuts
The two deck-panel supports remain in the stowed position with quick-release pins
The trailer cannot be towed with the deck panels opened.
The MHU–141/M trailer parking brake is classified as
What is the maximum load capacity of the MHU–110/M trailer?
The parking brakes on the MHU–110/M trailer are applied to which wheels?
Four inboard rear.
Two onboard rear
Rear two outboard rear
Front two outboard rear
How many trolley and chock assemblies are supplied with the MHU–110/M respectively?
10 and 20
20 and 40
20 and 10
40 and 20
What is the maximum load capacity of the MHU–226 trailer?
How many openings are on the deck of the MHU–226 trailer?
What type of steering aids the MHU–226 in a tighter steering radius?
Rack and pinion
What ensures the HCU–6/E pallets transfer smoothly from a rollerized trailer to an aircraft/K-loader?
The use of J-bars
An adjustable ramp
The speed the pallet is moved
After HCU–6/E pallets are positioned on a rollerized trailer, what can you use to secure the pallets to the trailer?
Tie-down straps only
Tie-down cables only
Nails or wood bracing
MB–1 chain assemblies or tie-down straps
Moving munitions and weapons from one base to another, depot to base, or base to depot is called what kind of movement?
What kind of movement supports on-base operations to or from the flight line?
All of these are loaded into transport modules except?
What transport module has a maximum capacity of 30 magazines?
How often should the positive locking devices on a transport module be checked?
After loading, unloading, and periodically between stops.
After loading and periodically between stops
At the beginning of each day
After unloading is complete
Which lift truck has a manually extendible wheelbase?
6,000-pound all-terrain forklift.
MHU–83-series bomb-lift truck
MJ–1-series aerial stores lift truck
6,000-pound rough-terrain forklift
The purpose of the transport beam beneath the lift arm assemblies on the MJ–1-series lift truck is to
provide added support and to relieve excess hydraulic pressure from the lift arms in carrying loads for long distances
provide added support and to relieve excess hydraulic pressure from the lift boom in carrying loads for long distances
relieve excess hydraulic pressure from the lift boom when the lift truck is parked
relieve excess hydraulic pressure from the lift arms when the lift truck is parked
How many pounds max can the MJ–1 lift?
What is the lifting capacity of the MHU–83-series lift truck?
When using the MHU–83B with fork adapters, you immediately
reduce its lifting capacity by 800 pounds.
increase its lifting capacity by 800 pounds
reduce its lifting capability by 1,000 pounds
increase its lifting capability by 1,000 pounds
What happens when you release the accelerator pedal on a vehicle driven with a hydrostatic transmission?
The lift truck stops immediately
The unit rolls until its inertia is spent
The unit coasts to a stop very quickly
The transmission automatically drops to a lower gear, stopping forward motion.
How many cubic feet is the rated capacity of air per minute needed for the MC–7 air compressor to discharge 100 psi of pressure?
What is the MC–7 air compressor designed for?
The diesel model of the MC–7 air compressor is capable of operating up to how many hours at a time without refueling?
The maximum tow capacity of the bobtail towing support equipment is how many pounds?
The maximum towing speed of the bobtail while towing equipment is
What is the purpose behind good operator maintenance of all assigned vehicles?
Reduce maintenance costs
Maintain vehicle serviceability at reduced cost
Make sure vehicles are serviceable and in good condition
How many pounds maximum can the MB–4 aircraft towing tractor tow and push?
What should you do if the differential shift lever of the MB–4 aircraft towing tractor is difficult to shift?
Pump the clutch several times and attempt to shift the lever
Drive forward or backward a short distance, stop the tractor, and attempt to shift the lever
Shift the transmission through all of the gears including reverse, and then attempt to shift the lever.
Shift the transmission back and forth between forward and reverse gears, then attempt to shift the lever
Which position should the differential shift lever be in while driving the MB–4 towing tractor on dry road surfaces?
Pintle safety pins must remain attached to the pintle assembly
to prevent the possibility of foreign object damage.
to ensure it is available when needed
to prevent the pintle from unlocking
by a chain only.
What range should be selected in a tractor with an automatic transmission while going down grades?
Any range is acceptable
What is the purpose of the trailer hand valve (Johnson bar)?
Test the trailer brakes
Slow the tractor on wet pavement
Slow the tractor to prevent skidding
Straighten the trailer in a jackknife skid
Use a spotter
Use mirrors on both sides
Turn toward the driver’s side
Turn toward the passenger’s side
What is the maximum depth of water you may drive a rough-terrain forklift through?
Which forklift has the solid front axle and a pivot pin that allows the front end to pivot when turning the steering wheel, making it very dangerous when climbing in or out?
What is the maximum speed limit of a forklift when operating around aircraft?
When are unfuzed loaded weapons transported on the tines of a forklift?
Never, this is an example of a safety violation.
When mission accomplishment is at risk and permission of the squadron commander is given in writing.
When the weapons body is strong enough to prevent damage and is long enough to be transported safely
Only when no other transport vehicle is available and the weapons are securely fastened to the forklift tines
When can you store powered equipment in a building with explosives?
Never, this violates storage regulations
Only when such equipment is essential to day-to-day operations
Anytime, as long as the equipment is kept 10 feet from combustible material
Only when stored in fire-resistive buildings and such equipment is essential to day-to-day operations
Which weapons replaceable assembly has no moving parts?
Which weapons replaceable assembly receives ammunition from three bays of the container assembly and merges them into a single stream?
Which component of the conveyor assembly transfers rounds into the aircraft gun feed system?
Transfer unit assembly
Conveyor belt assembly
Storage container assembly
Universal aircraft interface unit
What is the maximum number of rounds the universal ammunition loading system (UALS) drum can hold?
Which subassembly of the universal ammunition loading system (UALS) provides the means to load live rounds into the aircraft gun system?
Which of the following is not counted by the three counters on the interface unit of the universal ammunition loading system (UALS) record during load/download operations?
Live rounds loaded.
Spent cases downloaded
Cleared rounds downloaded
Damaged rounds downloaded.
Which weapons replaceable assembly consists of the flex drive assembly?
The bypass mode of the universal ammunition loading system (UALS) allows the gun to cycle
without using the counter
without using the interface unit
without loading or downloading ammunitions or links
What is the inspection cycle for the universal ammunition loading system (UALS) replenisher?
Every 30 days when in use and annually when in storage
Every 45 days when in use and annually when in storage
Every 60 days when in use and annually when in storage
Every 90 days when in use and annually when in storage
Which subassembly on the universal ammunition loading system (UALS) replenisher prevents accidentally loading a spent cartridge into the loader assembly?
Delinker loader unit
Empty space preclusion device
Rigid ammunition chute assembly
What tool can initiate cycling ammunition through the universal ammunition loading system (UALS) replenisher manually?
¼-inch speed wrench
½-inch speed wrench
¼-inch ratchet and socket
½-inch ratchet and socket
What happens to the unfired rounds returning from the loader when the linked ammunition is being processed?
Manually separated and counted for the next upload
Automatically counted and then uploaded back into the loader.
Manually downloaded through the second gate in the bottom of the replenisher
Automatically downloaded through the second gate in the bottom of the replenisher
Which 30 millimeter (mm) cannon is internally mounted in the A–10 aircraft?
During in-shop maintenance, 30 mm ammunition loading assembly power comes from the
Which 30 mm ammunition loading system is used to service the GPU–5/A gun pod?
Which component of the A/E32K–3 munitions assembly conveyor (MAC) can be used as a forklift adapter to raise the gantry to full height?
Interface control board (ICB)
The triple bomb bar is fitted with bomb slings and is used with each hoist to provide for lifting
three 500-pound munitions at a time or two 2,000-pound munitions items
three 500-pound munitions at a time or one 2,000-pound munitions item
two 500-pound munitions at a time or two 2,000-pound munitions items. d. two
two 500-pound munitions at a time or one 2,000-pound munitions item.
How many feet minimum is the area required to assemble the A/E32K–3?
50 × 100.
75 × 150
100 × 200
100 × 500.
Why is it important to monitor net explosive weight (NEW) during a bomb buildup operation?
Excessive NEW at your location probably means a shortage at other sites.
Excessive NEW at your location means you may run out of operating room.
If ignited, excessive NEW may cause propagation of an explosive from one location to another.
Excessive NEW means the breakout crew has to work harder just to keep up with the flow of munitions.
Which component of the munitions assembly conveyor (MAC) is disassembled last?
Arming wire dispenser
Interface control board
What does not apply to munitions and explosives in the transportation mode?
Quantity distance (QD) criteria
Generally, transportation of munitions and explosives on an Air Force installation is subject to the criteria in
Title 49 CFR
When is it permissible to transport explosives in privately owned vehicles (POV)?
During contingency operations
Must have written approval from squadron commander
Movements beginning and ending within the confines of a military base or installation
When is it permissible to leave explosives-laden vehicles unattended?
During shift change
During electrical storms
What is the philosophy when designing explosive movement routes?
Designate the most concealed possible primary and alternate explosives routes.
Designate the securest possible primary and alternate explosives routes
Designate the fastest possible primary and alternate explosives routes
Designate the safest possible primary and alternate explosives routes
The purpose of placarding explosives-laden vehicles is to provide
a general warning to all personnel and to furnish specific fire-fighting guidance
withdrawal distances to all personnel and to furnish specific fire-fighting guidance
vehicle identification to all personnel and to furnish specific fire-fighting guidance
explosives identification to all personnel and to furnish specific fire-fighting guidance
What may be omitted from munitions and explosives transported on base?
Compatibility group letters
Placards for transporting HD 1.4 material
Placards where necessary to avoid attention of hostile forces
All of the above
While using TO 11–1–38, if a conflict occurs between the illustrations and the written procedures, which takes precedence?
Use either one.
The written procedures
Consult your shop chief
What type of information is given in the general notes on the first card of each trailer and weapon-type section in TO 11–1–38 and is required to be reviewed?
Illustrations for each trailer configuration
Equipment and quantity required for each trailer
Equipment and quantity required for each trailer and weapon.
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES pertaining to each trailer and weapon
If you cannot close the load-binder handle by hand,
use a cheater bar to close the handle
use an extension to secure the handle
adjust the load-binder hooks on the chain
replace the defective load binder with one that works
What chapter of TO 11–1–38 covers configuration of the MHU–141/M trailer?
What piece of equipment must be used with the MHU–110/M to prevent the trailer from becoming unstable while loading or unloading?
Which are constructed and attached to the bed of a 40-foot trailer to facilitate support of rounded munitions?
What provides an itemized list of all equipment authorized for use with nuclear weapons?
Master nuclear certification list.
How are items identified as being nuclear certified?
A certified item will be stamped “Nuclear certified"
A certified item will be stenciled “Nuclear certified.”
Positive identification by a stamp, stencil, or etching
Positive identification by a nameplate, label, appropriate markings, or by official documents.
Which statement about pintle hooks and their use in operations with nuclear weapons is not correct?
Original equipment pintle hook assemblies are not authorized.
Off-center rear of vehicle pintle hooks shall not be used for nuclear operations
Replacements are authorized if procured and installed per appropriate technical orders.
Front mounted pintle hooks are only authorized for local positioning tasks such as inner warehousing.
Which equipment does not require nuclear safety certification before being used in operations with nuclear weapons?
Combat delivery vehicles
General-purpose hand tools
Noncombat delivery vehicles
Equipment used to transport nuclear weapons
Which action is not an authorized method for securing loose chain assembly ends?
Wrap the loose ends around the tie-down device; tape to the device.
Loop the excess chain around the chain assembly; secure with duct tape.
Coil the excess chain around itself; secure with pressure-sensitive adhesive tape.
Wrap the loose ends around the container tie-down point; secure with a cable tie.
After final tightening of the cable-type load binder, verify
the cable deflection is less than ¾ inch using hand pressure only
threads (more than one) are exposed inside the turnbuckle
the wing nuts are close to but not touching the turnbuckle
the clevis is centered on the tie-down point.
How many CGU–1/B straps are you authorized to use for one MB–1 tie-down assembly?
How do you extend the CGU–1/B strap?
Close the tensioning mechanism; pull the strap
Release the adjusting mechanism; pull the strap.
Engage the release mechanism; the strap automatically releases
Disengage the spindle mechanism; the strap automatically releases
The key factors to consider during a nuclear weapons movement are
time and money
safety and security
people and equipment
people and the mode of transportation
Which term describes the type of area used during a delay of an off-base shipment involving nuclear weapons?
How often are couriers certified?
Every six months
Every two years
Every five years
What AF IMT form is used to transfer custody of missile warheads?
AF IMT 505
AF IMT 514
AF IMT 1348–1
AF IMT 2009–1
When are nuclear weapons moved by convoy?
When on base or within the confines of a military installation only.
When off base and traveling over state highways only.
Only when more than one vehicle is involved.
Every time weapons are moved.
What is the most difficult job for escort guards during a convoy?
Keeping other vehicles from entering the convoy
Maintaining the proper speed required in a convoy
Keeping the proper distance from the security forces
Identifying the correct checkpoints along the convoy route