2W151 Volume 1: Safety and Security - Quiz 7

Joseph Whilden J
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Question 1

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Munitions items such as guns, rockets, missiles, and flare dispensers pose which of the primary hazards of explosives?
Answer
  • Initiation
  • Sensitivity
  • Fragmentation
  • Forward-firing munitions

Question 2

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When, if ever, are you, as a 2W151/aircraft armament system specialist, authorized to disassemble explosive components?
Answer
  • Never
  • When authorized by the technical order
  • When authorized by a maintenance operating instruction
  • When your supervisor is present and it is authorized by the technical order

Question 3

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Which items cannot be permitted in a storage magazine containing explosives?
Answer
  • Dunnage
  • Hand-held flashlights
  • Open containers of explosives
  • Clothing made from cotton

Question 4

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During explosions operations, personnel who need to remove outer garments
Answer
  • Must remove the garments and continue working
  • May step out of the immediate area, remove the garment, and reenter
  • May step out of the immediate area, remove the garment, ground themselves and reenter
  • may remove them anywhere, provided they ground themselves first before recommencing work

Question 5

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What are explosive limits based on?
Answer
  • Quantity-distance separation criteria only
  • Quantity of explosives sufficient for the operation only
  • Quantity of explosives sufficient for the operation and their transportation mode
  • Quantity of explosives sufficient for the operation and quantity-distance separation criteria

Question 6

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The ammunition and explosives hazard classes are subdivided into division based on
Answer
  • Ammunition and/or explosive item weight
  • Ammunition and/or explosive item volume
  • The specific sensitivity of the hazardous item
  • The nature of the hazard and its potential for injury or damage

Question 7

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Which division of explosive hazard class 1 contain nuclear weapons?
Answer
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Question 8

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Which division of explosive hazard class 1 contains items that produce fire that burn vigorously and are difficult to put out?
Answer
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Question 9

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Which explosive hazard class 1 division includes items that present a fire hazard but no blast hazard?
Answer
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Question 10

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What dot he four fire division symbols represent or indicate?
Answer
  • The hazards explosives present
  • The different fire extinguishers needed
  • How well the storage building is ventilated
  • How far the explosives are required to be kept apart

Question 11

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Which hazard symbols or signs are used to identify operating buildings and storage facilities containing pyrotechnic and chemical munitions or agents and other hazardous materials?
Answer
  • Fire division symbols
  • Chemical hazard symbols
  • Material safety warning signs
  • Explosive hazard class symbols

Question 12

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When are fire division symbols posted on or near non-nuclear explosive locations?
Answer
  • Before storing explosives
  • Before transporting the explosives
  • At the time the explosives are stored
  • At the time the explosives are transported

Question 13

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What precaution, if any, must personnel who work with toxic chemicals take before smoking?
Answer
  • They must wash their hands
  • No precautions are necessary
  • they must use only electric lighters
  • They must wear gloves while smoking

Question 14

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What is the minimum withdrawal distance for all non-essential personnel if munitions posted with a fire symbol 2 are involved in a fire?
Answer
  • 4000 feet
  • 2500 feet
  • 3000 feet
  • 250 feet

Question 15

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The cardinal principle in conducting any explosive operation concerning personnel limits is to expose the:
Answer
  • Minimum number of people to the maximum quantity of explosives for the minimum period
  • Maximum number of people to the maximum quantity of explosives for the maximum period
  • Minimum number of people to the minimum quantity of explosives for the maximum period
  • Minimum number of people to the minimum quantity of explosives for the minimum period

Question 16

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Select which of the following materials produce a high amount of static electricity
Answer
  • Wool
  • Plastic
  • Silk
  • Polyester

Question 17

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Explosives and ammunition are include in what class?
Answer
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Question 18

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The ammunition and explosive hazard classes are subdivided into divisions based on the nature of hazard and its potential for injury or damage.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 19

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What explosive hazard class 1 division are considered to be items whose principal hazards are fragment and blasts?
Answer
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Question 20

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What explosive hazard class 1 division includes ammunition, impulse cartridges, safety fuses, and fuse lighters.
Answer
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Question 21

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In regards to fire division symbols, the hazard associated with each increases as the fire symbol number decreases.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 22

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Which fire symbol number deals with mass detonation?
Answer
  • Stop sign
  • Cross
  • Triangle
  • Diamond

Question 23

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Which fire symbol deals with Explosion with fragments
Answer
  • Stop sign
  • Cross
  • Triangle
  • Diamond

Question 24

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Which fire symbol deals with mass fire?
Answer
  • Stop sign
  • Cross
  • Triangle
  • Diamond

Question 25

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Which fire symbols deals with moderate fire?
Answer
  • Stop sign
  • Cross
  • Triangle
  • Diamond

Question 26

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Who approves smoking near explosive areas?
Answer
  • Quality assurance
  • Commander
  • Weapons NCOIC
  • Nobody

Question 27

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Who approves the kind of flashlights used in a facility that contains explosives or flammable vapors?
Answer
  • Base Commander
  • Quality Assurance
  • Wing Weapons NCOIC
  • United States Bureau of Mines (USBM)

Question 28

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How far away must you keep equipment from explosives if it is not directly involved with operations?
Answer
  • 25 feet
  • 50 feet
  • 75 feet
  • 100 feet

Question 29

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If your equipment runs out of fuel, how far must it be away from the explosives to refuel?
Answer
  • 25 feet
  • 50 feet
  • 75 feet
  • 100 feet
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