Risk management principles should be applied to
Only duty-related activities to enhance the safety and well-being of yourself and others.
On- and off-duty activities to enhance the safety and well-being of yourself and others.
Only duty-related activities to protect yourself and other Airmen from imminent harm.
On- and off-duty activities to protect yourself and other Airmen from imminent harm.
What situation does not warrant prompt reporting to your supervisor?
Using personal protective equipment.
Unsafe working conditions.
Before removing a component from an air compressor, you must ensure
The air compressor is grounded.
The air strainer is in place.
The battery is disconnected.
All air pressure is drained.
Why should the frame of an electrical motor be grounded?
To prevent the energized windings from touching the frame.
To prevent current from following the path of least resistance.
To prevent you from receiving an electrical shock if the energized windings touch the frame.
To prevent current from flowing directly to ground if the energized windings touch the frame.
Which type of hammer should you use to avoid damaging driving materials?
Which type of screwdriver has blades designed to lessen the possibility of the screwdriver slipping from the screw head?
Which pliers should be used to hold odd-shaped objects?
Which pliers have a locking device to hold materials securely?
Diagonal cutting pliers are designed to cut
Before operating the pneumatic impact wrench, you must
Blow out the air hose
Ensure that its use is necessary
Replacement hardware decisions on support equipment must be governed by
What type of bolt is typically used to connect accessories to an engine?
Fine thread bolt
Coarse thread bolt
General purpose bolt
What type of nut should never be used in areas where the temperature exceeds 250 degrees Fahrenheit?
Nonmetallic self-locking nuts
Metallic self-locking nuts
What color code is used on pre-insulated terminal lugs for wire sizes 18 through 22?
What are the three different types of terminal lugs?
Red, Blue & Yellow
Straight, Right Angle & Flat
Copper, Aluminum & Plastic
Pre-insulated, uninsulated & reinsulated
What does the “-4” identify in fitting part number MS20822-4D?
Type of fitting
What type of damage greatly reduces the ability of tubing to withstand internal pressure and vibration?
A flexible hose in a 3,000 psi system must be pressure tested to
3,000 psi without bursting
9,000 psi without bursting
12,000 psi without bursting
15,000 psi without bursting
When installing a flexible hose, you must provide slack or bend in the hose to
Prevent twisting of the hose
Compensate for change in length
Place a mechanical load on the hose
Protect it from a hot pipe or manifold
How can people best prevent FOD?
Look for loose objects (stone, paper, or trash), pick them up when discovered, and encourage others to do the same.
Learn the basic classes of FOD, recognize its causes, and account for tools and hardware used during maintenance.
Look for loose objects discarded on the flight line during maintenance activities.
Periodically participate in “FOD walks” on taxiways and runways.
You need to find all of the TOs for a specific weapon system or piece of equipment. What type of index should you use?
You need to find the part number for an item prior to ordering it from supply. You’ve obtained the appropriate IPB manual for the end-item. What section of the IPB should you use to find the major assembly to which the desired item belongs?
Table of Contents
Reference designator index
National stock number and reference number index
Which TCTO is issued to correct unsafe conditions that, if not corrected, could result in serious or fatal injury to personnel?
What type of TCTO is often accomplished by contractors, modification centers, or specific Air Force activities higher than organizational\intermediate-level maintenance due to the complexity involved?
The main advantage of using abbreviated TOs is they
Cover safety in more detail
Serve as supplemental material
Paraphrase and eliminate the need for basic TOs
Organize and simplify instructions in a condensed version
Periodic inspection work cards are divided into three sections that cover the requirements for
Periodic inspections, lubrication, and special inspections.
Periodic inspections, special inspections, and safety.
Periodic inspections, lubrication, and safety.
Special inspections, lubrication, and safety.
Which abbreviated TO provides guidance for checking the general serviceability of a piece of equipment including applicable safety warnings, cautions, and notes?
Illustrated parts breakdown
Service inspection work cards
Periodic inspection work cards
An example of a TO deficiency is
Improper sequencing of pages
Which form should you submit to correct a TO deficiency?
AFTO Form 1000, Deficiency Report.
AFTO Form 601A, Change Recommendation
AFTO Form 95, Support Equipment Record
AFTO Form 22, Technical Manual ™ Change Recommendation and Reply
What are the two general classes of Air Force publications?
Pamphlets and manuals
Departmental and field
Instructions and manuals
Supplements and instructions
OIs are similar to Air Force instructions, but they apply only to
Air Force wings
Personnel within the issuing organization
What type of standard publication is used by lower headquarters to implement, amplify, interpret, or clarify a higher level publication?
The first number of a standard Air Force publication number is referred to as the “series” and represents the
Broad area covered
Specific area covered
Specific title of the publication
Specific military personnel affected
Where do you access standard Air Force publications?
Air Force e-Publishing website.
Base-level functional publication library
What impact is made on the maintenance organization by ensuring availability of adequate parts, equipment, and training?
Increasing bottlenecks and maximizing repair cycle time
Increasing bottlenecks and minimizing repair cycle time
Eliminating bottlenecks and minimizing repair cycle time
Eliminating bottlenecks and maximizing repair cycle time
Which maintenance levels are considered together as “field maintenance”?
Centralized and depot
Depot and provisional
Provisional and centralized
Organizational and intermediate
Organizational maintenance consists of
On-equipment tasks normally performed using the resources of an operating command at an operating location.
On-equipment tasks normally performed using the resources of a supporting command or intermediate repair facility.
Off-equipment tasks normally performed using the resources of an operating command at an operating location or intermediate repair facility.
On- or off-equipment tasks that require highly specialized skills, sophisticated shop equipment, and/or special facilities of a supporting command
The main purpose of the inspection system is to
Get ahead on unscheduled maintenance
Keep equipment operating and looking good
Keeping the mechanic working on minor problems
Locate problems and repair equipment before total failure
The maintenance symbol the represents the most serious operational condition for equipment is a
Circled Red X
Which symbol indicates an operational check is overdue?
Which section of the AFTO Form 244 is used to record a forms review?
Part II, Non-scheduled Inspection
Part III, Scheduled Inspection
Part IV, Supervisory Review
Part V, Maintenance/Delayed Discrepancy
When closing out an AFTO Form 244, what is entered on the form to close out uncompleted inspections?
A red X and your initials in Part IV, Supervisory Review
A red X and your initials in Part III, Scheduled Inspections
The letters “CF” (for carried forward) and your initials in Part IV, Supervisory Review
The letters “CF” (for carried forward) and your initials in Part III, Scheduled Inspections
What is the condition of a component bearing a green equipment condition label?
What color is the equipment condition tag attached to an item being held as an exhibit?
What maintenance supply form is used to order commonly stocked supplies or turn in excess or unserviceable property?
AF Form 2005
AFTO Form 350
DD Form 1348-6
DD Form 1348-1A
What MDD code identifies the system that was worked on?
Work unit code
Category of labor
Distinguish between “excess” and “surplus” as they apply to Air Force supply discipline.
Excess and surplus are the same.
Excess and surplus are the turn-in of property no longer needed.
Surplus is property no longer needed at your base, and excess is property no longer needed by another military service or Federal agency.
Excess is property no longer needed at your base, and surplus is property no longer needed by another military service or Federal agency.
What is a major concept regarding “economic use” of supplies and equipment?
Use them only for their intended purposes.
Always order the least expensive item to do the job.
Protect items from hazards such as fire or corrosion.
Order only the minimum supplies necessary to do a job.
Who is responsible for ensuring that property records of supply transactions are kept accurately?
Person who signed for an account
Person who has possession of the property
To be held responsible for property, you must
Sign for it
Be a 5 level
Be a supervisor
What are you required to do with Air Force property you might find and believe it to be lost or misplaced?
Leave it where you found it
Place it back into the supply system.
Take the item to the organizational commander.
Take it to the security forces lost and found section.
What equipment does not require an AFTO Form 375?
Items less than $2,500
Items less than $25,000
Items more than $2,500
Items more than $25,000
Items that retain their identity throughout the period of their use and may be turned in and reissued for use by others are considered
When the bench stock quantity level falls below 50 % for an item, you should
Post a due-out list
Place a red tag on the bin
Notify supply that stock level is low
Initial the initial supply stock listing
The responsibility of a person to make good any loss, destruction, or damage of government property caused by misuse or neglect is what kind of liability?
How can a person be relieved from property responsibility other than by pecuniary liability?
Turn-in or Transfer
Cash collection voucher or statement of charges
A statement of charges would be prepared under which of these circumstances?
If a lost item is not expendable
If you make a cash payment for a lost item
If you signed a hand receipt for a lost item
If you want to use payroll deduction to pay the cost of a lost item
What must be done if SSgt Ortiz refuses to admit pecuniary liability for the loss of a $275 lawn mower for which he has custodial responsibility?
A report of survey must be initiated.
A statement of charges must be prepared.
Charges must be made on a military pay order.
The mower must be replaced by one of equivalent value.
After a deficiency has been discovered, when must a category II PQDR be submitted to the screening point?
2 calendar days
5 calendar days
10 calendar days
Within the deficiency reporting system, who is responsible for the resolution of the deficiency?
Within the deficiency reporting system, who assigns a report control number and ensures proper marking and handling of exhibits?
Who should AGE maintainers contact for submittal format of agenda items when preparing for the PIWG?
MAJCOM AGE functional managers
Screening point within the originating activity
Lead command (AFMC)
On which type of metal can you leave corrosion as long as the component is operational?
None, all corrosion must be removed.
What marking is applied to AGE for night safety?
Guidelines for storing AGE are in
Which of these items must be removed from test equipment before storage?
Wet and dry cell batteries
Dry charge batteries
What AGE must have the fuel drained when preparing it for mobility?
Equipment with fuel levels that cannot be verified
Self-propelled equipment required for immediate use at deployment sites
Equipment that is not self-propelled and is required for immediate use at deployment sites
All AGE must have fuel drained prior to deployment; there are no exceptions
During a battery condition check, what is an acceptable voltage reading for a 12-volt battery?
12.4 volts or lower
12.7 volts or higher
After connecting a voltmeter across the starter terminals and clamping a current probe around the positive battery cable, what must be done prior to cranking the engine when performing a starting system check on AGE?
Estimate the temperature of the battery.
Prevent the engine from starting.
Perform a battery cable test.
Disconnect the voltmeter.
How should you approach a parked aircraft with your vehicle?
Only when a guide is posted.
Within 25 feet of an aircraft with engines running
With the driver’s side of the vehicle toward the aircraft
With the driver’s side of the vehicle away from the aircraft
What should you do if your vehicle meets a moving aircraft at night?
Turn off your headlights and leave your parking lights on.
Dim your headlights and continue on.
Stop and change directions.
Turn all lights off.
Why should you apply silicone sealant to the valve stem area of a wheel?
To keep rims from flying apart
To keep water from entering rims
As a treatment for weather cracks
As a treatment for severe corrosion
What must you do before inflating the inner tube fully on a split rim tire?
Fully deflate the tire
Torque wheel lug bolts
Check tires for foreign objects
Ensure rims are completely bolted together and torqued.