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Question 1

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What structural areas allow maintenance to inspect or service aircraft components?
Answer
  • Nacelles
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Plates and Skins

Question 2

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Which major structural area provides support for the engines?
Answer
  • Nacelles
  • Wings
  • Stabilizers
  • Fuselage

Question 3

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Which is not a major aircraft structural area?
Answer
  • Windows
  • Stabilizers
  • Wing Carry-Through
  • Fuselage

Question 4

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Which component guards against accidental firing of ejection seats?
Answer
  • Safety Pins
  • Stabilizers
  • Red Streamers
  • initiators

Question 5

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How do independent positioning determine subsystem function?
Answer
  • By recording radar data
  • By calculating aircraft velocity
  • Independent of inertial navigation
  • Independent of ground epuipment

Question 6

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which is not an avionics system?
Answer
  • built in test system
  • control and displays
  • central computing complex
  • navigation and weapon delivery

Question 7

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which is not part of an engine indicating system
Answer
  • oil quanity
  • water temperature
  • engine vibration
  • fuel flow

Question 8

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what is normally considered a minimum safe distance from the intake of an operating jet engine?
Answer
  • 25 feet to the front and sides
  • 50 feet to the front and sides
  • 50 feet to the front and 25 feet to the sides
  • 25 feet to the front and 10 feet to the sides

Question 9

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When approaching overheated aircraft wheels, always approach the wheel
Answer
  • from the side of the wheel
  • only after the blowout screen is installed
  • from the front of or behind the wheel
  • at a 45 degree angle to the wheel

Question 10

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initially what happens when RF energy is absorbed in the tissue of your body
Answer
  • heat is produced
  • nothing
  • your internal organs start to deteriorate
  • your heart beats irregulary

Question 11

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what is the minimum safe distance from an UHF antenna when the associated transmitter is radiating power?
Answer
  • 1 foot
  • 3 feet
  • 5 feet
  • 10 feet

Question 12

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the minimum safe distance from an HF antenna when the associated transmitter is radiating power is
Answer
  • 1 foot
  • 3 feet
  • 5 feet
  • 10 feet

Question 13

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which condition is usually not caused by an over exposure to noise?
Answer
  • hearing problems
  • fatigue
  • excessive energy
  • speech problems

Question 14

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the greatest noise levels around an operating jet aircraft engine is to rear of the engine through an angle of
Answer
  • 45 degrees on either side
  • 90 degrees on either side
  • 60 degrees on either side
  • 45 degrees on either side

Question 15

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which physical symptom is least likely to indicate a person is suffering from over exposure to noise?
Answer
  • unconsciousness
  • dizziness
  • vomiting
  • nausea

Question 16

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which is a condition that results from frequent exposure to small overdoses of noise
Answer
  • frequent nausea
  • permanent hearing loss
  • temporary weight gain
  • small overdoses have little to no effect

Question 17

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which is not an Air Force inspection concept
Answer
  • preflight
  • phased
  • isochronical
  • periodic

Question 18

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which units fall under the programmed depot maintenance inspection concept
Answer
  • All units regardless of majcom
  • ACC unit
  • AMC units
  • AFSOC units

Question 19

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which inspection is designed to detect defects that might have developed during ground operations of the aircraft
Answer
  • preflight
  • phase
  • end of runway
  • basic post flight

Question 20

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when is the thruflight inspection perfromed
Answer
  • after the last flight of each day
  • before the aircraft goes on alert
  • prior to takeoffs at intermediate stops
  • after a specific number of flying hours has elapsed

Question 21

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which inspection is more extensive than the hourly postflight or basic postflight inspections and covers certain parts, areas, and systems of the aircraft that require less frequent inspections
Answer
  • minor
  • major
  • phase
  • periodic

Question 22

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when the HSC inspection becomes due during a long-range mission, it is completed at the base
Answer
  • to which the aircraft belongs
  • where the first intermediate stop is made
  • from which the mission is being performed
  • nearest the aircraft when the inspection becomes due

Question 23

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which inspection includes a review of the forms for current status, a visual inspection of equipment for defects, and adequate servicing
Answer
  • special inspection
  • acceptance inspection
  • operator inspection
  • periodic inspection and scheduled lubrication

Question 24

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malfunctions documented on an AFTO form 244 are the responsibility of
Answer
  • aerospace ground equipment mechanics
  • avionics backshop personnel
  • flight line technicions
  • propulsion mechanics

Question 25

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Part V of the AFTO form 244 is used to document
Answer
  • maintenance/delayed discrepancies
  • non-scheduled inspections
  • item identifications
  • scheduled inspections

Question 26

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the AFTO form 781 series would not be used to document aircraft
Answer
  • flight records
  • configurations
  • component repair
  • inspections

Question 27

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except for battle damage, each discrepancy discovered is documented on AFTO form 781
Answer
  • B
  • K
  • L
  • A

Question 28

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at what point do you erase symbols you entered on the AFTO form 781A
Answer
  • when you enter them in error
  • when you find them to be incorrect
  • when you must correct a discrepancy
  • never, even if you entered them in error

Question 29

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who ensures the job control number (when assigned) is entered on the AFTO form 781 A
Answer
  • technicion
  • supervisor
  • crewchief
  • aircraft crew member

Question 30

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which information is required in the corrective action block of the AFTO form 781 A
Answer
  • description of the corrective action
  • TO reference
  • technicians signiture
  • supervisors signiture

Question 31

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who is responsible for the validity and legibility of all comsec required entries
Answer
  • crewchief
  • pro super
  • Comm/nav technician
  • aircrew

Question 32

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which AFTO form is used to document maintenance status and servicing information
Answer
  • 781A
  • 781B
  • 781H
  • 781J

Question 33

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which AFTO form is used to document aerospace vehicle time and engine data including operating time
Answer
  • 781A
  • 781J
  • 781K
  • 781L

Question 34

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Which AFTO form allows you to record essential inspection and delayed maintenance data
Answer
  • 781A
  • 781B
  • 781K
  • 781L

Question 35

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Block C of the AFTO form 781K is used to document
Answer
  • inspection items that require inspection/testing at a specified time/period
  • all immediate and urgent action TCTOs upon compliance
  • the status of depot maintenance
  • higher authority inspection

Question 36

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to "flag" a condition on an aircraft that could cause damage or injury of ignored, use
Answer
  • AFTO form 244
  • AFTO form 781K
  • AF form 1492
  • AF form 979

Question 37

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What portion of the tag is used to provide a "cross-check" with the aircraft forms and is inserted through the aircraft forms binder
Answer
  • the bottom portion
  • the top portion
  • neither
  • both

Question 38

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what helps to dissipate and lessen the effects of electronic discharge
Answer
  • Humid air
  • use of non conductive packaging material
  • use of proper insulating materials
  • dehumidified air

Question 39

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an example of an ESDS devise is a
Answer
  • diode
  • PROM
  • Transistor
  • MOSROM

Question 40

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what type of failure associated with ESD is the most difficult to detect
Answer
  • intermittent
  • erroneous signal
  • latent or delayed
  • total component

Question 41

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which is not a flight line precaution used to protect ESDS components?
Answer
  • touching the ends of aircraft wiring to the LRU case prior to installation
  • touching the LRU case with your hand proir to removal from the aircraft
  • covering LRU connector plugs
  • using protective tote boxes

Question 42

Question
when working on ESDS devices in the shop area, you must use
Answer
  • ungrounded floor mats
  • a grounded work bench
  • nonconductive antistatic mats
  • a grounded LRU

Question 43

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what type of ground do you need to provide for soldering irons in an ESD protected area
Answer
  • hard
  • shielded
  • floating
  • common

Question 44

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which action could pose a safety hazard to personnel in an ESD protected area
Answer
  • improper use of conductive bags
  • wearing of personal clothing
  • use of ionozers
  • improper use of conductive tote boxes

Question 45

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which type of cable carries RF power from one point to another with a known rate of loss
Answer
  • emp
  • coaxial
  • shielded
  • insulated

Question 46

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which is not a type of connector coupling
Answer
  • friction
  • bayonet
  • insertion
  • threaded

Question 47

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all of the following are rf connectors precautions except
Answer
  • never step on the cable
  • ensure a good grip when using pliers
  • ensure you solder double shielded cables together
  • ensure you do not exceed the bend radius of the cable

Question 48

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twisting of the fiber optic cable during installation or maintenance results in
Answer
  • stretching of the glass fibers
  • greater elasticity of the glass fibers
  • reduced optical power transmission
  • good tension control preventing loose or uneven standing

Question 49

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what is not an advantage of fiber optic cables over wire cables?
Answer
  • cost
  • light weight
  • low attenuation
  • immunity to electromagnetic interference

Question 50

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optoelectric transducer detectors perform what functions in a fiber optic transmission
Answer
  • amplifies output circuit signals
  • converts electrical signal to light signals
  • converts optical energy to electrical energy
  • emit light when current is passed through them

Question 51

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utilizing exact dimensions for stripping wire ensures
Answer
  • connectors will mate properly
  • solder will adhere properly
  • RF will not be impeded
  • proper connections

Question 52

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flux is designed to
Answer
  • keep connections clean
  • bond electrical connection
  • ensure electrical conductivity
  • proper connections

Question 53

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proper care of an electric soldiering iron involves
Answer
  • cooling the iron by dipping it in water
  • jerking the iron to remove excess solder
  • tapping an iron on a table to remove excess solder
  • keeping iron in a proper holder when you are not using it

Question 54

Question
which is not a type of solderless connector
Answer
  • splice
  • terminal lugs
  • connector splice
  • connector plug pins

Question 55

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what type of solderless connector permits easy and efficient connections to electrical equipment
Answer
  • splice
  • terminal lugs
  • connector splice
  • connector plug pins

Question 56

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one purpose of crimper positioner is to
Answer
  • align crimper handles to pin contact
  • put pin contacts in the proper position
  • put the turret head in line with pin contact
  • adjust the pressure applied to the connector pins

Question 57

Question
the colored end of an insertion and extraction is used for contact
Answer
  • insertion into a rear release connector plug
  • extraction from a rear release connector plug
  • insertion into a front release connector plug
  • extraction from a front release connector plug

Question 58

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one way of pressure and moisture sealing the back of a connector is to use
Answer
  • silicone tape
  • silicone caulking
  • heat shrinkable tape
  • electrical wrapping tape

Question 59

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the MIL-STD that governs heat tool operation in a potentially explosive environment is
Answer
  • 810
  • 811
  • 812
  • 813

Question 60

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the heat and air pressure required for proper installation of heat shrink products is controlled by the
Answer
  • tool operater
  • air/nitrogen regualtor
  • temperature controller
  • tubular heating elements

Question 61

Question
as a flight line technician, you can repair up to
Answer
  • 20% of the inner shield circumference of an EMP hardened cable
  • 20% of the outer shield circumference of an EMP hardened cable
  • 25% of the inner shield circumference of an EMP hardened cable
  • 25% of the outer shield circumference of an EMP hardened cable

Question 62

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Before performing any type of wire repair, you must consult the procedures in TO
Answer
  • 1-1A-14
  • 1-1A-15
  • 1-1A-16
  • 1-1A-18

Question 63

Question
what precaution must you adhere to prior to heat shrink to a wire repair job
Answer
  • ensure proper lighting
  • inventory required tools
  • read all procedures in TO 1-!A -14
  • warnings concerning use of heat tools on aircraft

Question 64

Question
what is the purpose of prewaxing cotton or linen tape when used for wire bundling
Answer
  • prevents sliping
  • lessens tendencies to cut wire insulation
  • promotes moisture and fungus resistance
  • fulfills temperature requirements for tying materials

Question 65

Question
which of the following is not considered a general precaution when lacing or tying wire groups or bundles
Answer
  • lace or tie bundles tightly enough to prevent slipping
  • tie all wire groups or bundles 12in or less apart
  • do not use ties on any part of a wire group or bundles that is located inside a conduit
  • when tying wire bundles behind connectors, start ties far enough back from the connector to avoid playing (spreading) of contacts

Question 66

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the circuit used in an AM trasmitter to bring the oscillator frequency up to the designated frequency required for carrier wave operation is
Answer
  • a buffer amplifier
  • an audio amplifier
  • a power amplifier
  • a frequency multiplier

Question 67

Question
to achieve AM, what device is used to ensure the output signal contains frequencies not present in the input signals
Answer
  • linear amplifier
  • power amplifier
  • balanced amplifier
  • non-liner amplifier

Question 68

Question
the frequencies created by the heterodyning process in an AM transmitter modulator are the
Answer
  • different and original
  • sum and difference
  • sum and original
  • two originals

Question 69

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which is not a basic characteristic that can vary in a modulating wave or signal?
Answer
  • frequency
  • amplitude
  • phase
  • rate

Question 70

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in an FM signal, the amount of frequency modulation is controlled by the modulating signal's
Answer
  • frequency
  • amplitude
  • phase
  • rate

Question 71

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in an FM transmitter, the frequency of the oscillator is controlled by the
Answer
  • reactance modulator
  • power amplifier circuit
  • frequency multiplier circuit
  • frequency discriminator

Question 72

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in an FM transmitter, which circuit detects the output frequency changes and produce an automatic frequency control correction voltage?
Answer
  • filter
  • converter
  • modulator
  • discriminator

Question 73

Question
the low pass filter in the automatic frequency control circuitry of a FM transmitter prevents
Answer
  • the lower sideband from being transmitted
  • correction voltage changes caused by the modulation signals
  • carrier frequency feedback from tuning the reactance modulator
  • the audio signal from the audio amplifier from tuning the reactance modulator

Question 74

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which is not an advantage of single sideband over double sideband
Answer
  • power frequency
  • frequency stability
  • signal to noise ratio
  • spectrum conservation

Question 75

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in a single sideband transmitter, frequency stability is controlled by
Answer
  • the original carrier frequency
  • reinserted carrier frequencies
  • precision frequency standards
  • carefully controlled oscillators

Question 76

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in a single sideband transmitter, the balanced modulator's output consists of
Answer
  • the carrier, upper sideband, and lower sideband
  • the upper and lower sidebands
  • the lower sideband only
  • upper sideband only

Question 77

Question
the single sideband transmitter circuit that increases the power output without introducing distortion is the
Answer
  • balanced amplifier
  • power synthesizer
  • balanced modulator
  • liner power amplifier

Question 78

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the ability of a radio receiver to select a particular station frequency from all other station frequencies that appear at the receiver antenna is called
Answer
  • sensitivity
  • reception
  • detection
  • selection

Question 79

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In a typical AM superheterodyne receiver, the process used to tune two or more circuits with a single control is called
Answer
  • slug tuning
  • ganged parallel
  • parallel tuning
  • staggered tuning

Question 80

Question
in a typical AM superheterodyne receiver, the heterodyning process produces four frequencies; they are the two basic input frequencies, there sum, and their difference frequency is known as the
Answer
  • sum frequency
  • original frequency
  • sideband frequency
  • intermediate frequency

Question 81

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the purpose of the limiter circuit in an FM receiver is to
Answer
  • add amplitude variations to the intermediate frequency signal
  • remove amplitude variations from the intermediate frequency signal
  • remove frequency variations from the intermediate frequency signal
  • rectify the audio frequency signal from the intermediate frequency section

Question 82

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FM modulation signals provide much more realistic sound reproduction than AM signals because
Answer
  • FM uses a lower frequency range
  • amplitude modulation of the carrier increases
  • of an increase in the number of sidebands
  • of a decrease in the number of sidebands

Question 83

Question
the two advantages of using a single-sideband receiver over an AM receiver are the ability to place
Answer
  • more signals in a small portion of the frequency spectrum and a narrower receiver band pass
  • more signals in a small portion of the frequency spectrum and a wider receiver band pass
  • fewer signals in a small portion of the frequency spectrum and a narrower receiver bandpass
  • fewer signals in a small portion of the frequency spectrum and a wider receiver bandpass

Question 84

Question
the basic difference between the single sideband receiver and a conventional superheterodyne receiver is that the single-sideband receiver uses a
Answer
  • carrier reinsertion oscillator and special mixer circuits
  • special detector and carrier reinsertion oscillator
  • discriminator and local oscillator circuit
  • limiter and special mixer circuit

Question 85

Question
a major drawback in using a single sideband recierver over an amplitude modulated receiver is the
Answer
  • need for critical frequency stability
  • single-sideband receiver has a narrow bandpass
  • amplitude modulated receiver requires only one oscillator circuit
  • weak signals are easy to detect in the amplitude modulated receiver

Question 86

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a receiver radio antenna receives radio frequency signals by
Answer
  • accepting and amplifying the minute current
  • removing the radion frequency carrier wave
  • converting energy to magnetic and electrical fields of force
  • electromagnetic fields impressing a voltage across the antenna thus causing current to flow

Question 87

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the ratio of the maximum radiation intensity of a given directional radio antenna to the radiation intensity of a non directional radio antenna using the same power input is known as antenna
Answer
  • gain
  • arrays
  • efficiency
  • reciprocity

Question 88

Question
the radio frequency line that has uniform capacitance between the conductors throughout the length of the line is the
Answer
  • shielded pair
  • air coaxail line
  • parallel two wire
  • flexible coaxial line

Question 89

Question
when the impedance of a radio frequency transmission line and load do not match, the reflected wave and the applied wave are on the line at the same time are creating a
Answer
  • traveling wave
  • standing wave
  • reflected wave
  • resultant wave

Question 90

Question
what type of radio frequency transmission line losses result from the skin effect?
Answer
  • copper losses
  • dielectric losses
  • radiation losses
  • induction losses
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