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loadmaster MQF 151-225
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  1. _______ 20-man liferafts are carried on the aircraft; they are located in the ______ liferaft
    tubs.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. Two;inboard
    B. Four; outboard
    C. Two; outboard
    D. Four; inboard
    A
  2. An emergency escape rope is installed ____ of each gun deck overhead escape hatch.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. forward
    B. aft
    C. left
    D. right
    B
  3. The VOL (volume) keys on the ICS panel control only the last selected channel, and ___ different volume levels are selectable.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 4
    B. 5
    C. 6
    D. 7
    D
  4. IRWR and ALE-47 chaff/flare dispense tones can only be monitored by the aft scanner when the EW key on the ICS panel is depressed (turned on).
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  5. Depressing the EW key on the ICS panel allows the aft scanner to monitor ________.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. RWR, IRWR, and chaff/flare tones
    B. RWR and IRWR tones
    C. RWR tones only
    D. None of the above.
    C
  6. 156. The AC-130U is equipped with _____
    chaff/flare dispensers.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 20
    B. 12
    C. 10
    D. 16
    A
  7. 157. What is the maximum flare load (1 x 1 cartridges) that can be placed on the AC-130U?
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 360
    B. 340
    C. 240
    D. 260
    C
  8. 158. The AC-130U has a maximum capacity of _______ chaff cartridges.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 260
    B. 280
    C. 360
    D. 380
    C
  9. 159. The AN/AAR-44 Infrared Warning Receiver System (IRWR) is a passive detection system, which searches the lower hemisphere, providing early detection, tracking, and warning of
    _________.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. airborne interceptors
    B. AAA
    C. incoming missiles
    D. IR missiles only
    C
  10. 160. Which defensive systems counter IR missiles?
    Ref:(A)U-1
    A. AN/ALQ-172; QRC 84-02A
    B. AN/ALQ-172; AN/ALE-40
    C. AN/ALE-47; AN/AAQ-24 (DIRCM)
    D. QRC 84-02A; AN/AAR-44
    C
  11. 161. Returning the emergency air deflector door switch forward of the paratroop door to the NORMAL position will cause the air deflector door to close.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  12. 162. The air refueling valve located overhead the BMC at FS 508 is open when the red handle
    on the valve is in what position?
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. Nearly horizontal
    B. Nearly parallel
    C. Nearly vertical
    D. Nearly perpendicular
    C
  13. 163. There are a total of ______ asymmetrical sensing switches in the flap system.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 2
    B. 4
    C. 6
    D. 8
    A
  14. 164. Actuating the BMC/CRC aisle switch adjacent to the crew entry door illuminates the FCO's dome light and the CRC forward dome light for approximately _____ minutes.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 5
    B. 3
    C. 6
    D. 2
    B
  15. 165. There are ____ portable, battery-operated emergency exit lights located in the aircraft.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 8
    B. 7
    C. 6
    D. 5
    B
  16. 166. Emergency exit lights will activate when subjected to ____ forces exceeding ____ G's.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. accelerating; 2
    B. decelerating; 2
    C. accelerating; 2.5
    D. decelerating; 2.5
    D
  17. 167. The emergency exit lights on the AC-130U will illuminate when power is lost to the ____ DC
    bus.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. Battery
    B. Isolated
    C. Essential
    D. Main
    C
  18. 168. The aircraft is equipped with a _______ PSI liquid oxygen system.
    Ref:(A)U-1
    A. 300
    B. 350
    C. 380
    D. 400
    A
  19. 169. The 75-liter liquid oxygen converter is located _____________________.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. inside the nose wheel well
    B. above the right wheel well
    C. above the left wheelwell
    D. inside the center dry bay
    B
  20. 170. The oxygen manual shutoff valve is located _______________________.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. on the right side wall of the gun deck,
    forward of the right paratroop door
    B. just aft of the crew entrance door
    C. on the right side wall of the gun deck, aft of the right paratroop door
    D. on the backside of FS 245
    A
  21. 171. How many oxygen regulators are installed in the aircraft?
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 13
    B. 28
    C. 25
    D. 26
    B
  22. 172. The oxygen system operates at a pressure of ______ psi under a static no-flow breathing
    condition.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 270 - 455
    B. 295 - 315
    C. 270 - 340
    D. 295 - 405
    A
  23. 173. The oxygen system operates at a pressure of ______ psi under a continuous breathing
    condition.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 270 - 455
    B. 295 - 315
    C. 270 - 340
    D. 295 - 415
    C
  24. 174. When pre-flighting your oxygen mask on the aircraft, if you are able to breathe with the "Supply Lever" OFF, this is an indication __________.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. that the "Emergency" lever is in the EMERGENCY position
    B. of a faulty regulator
    C. of an impropermask to hose connection
    D. that the anti-suffocation valve is working properly
    B
  25. 175. When pre-flighting your oxygen mask, breathe normally for a minimum of ____ cycles.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 2
    B. 3
    C. 4
    D. 5
    B
  26. 176. Leaving the oxygen regulator diluter lever in the EMERGENCY position would cause rapid
    depletion of the oxygen system.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  27. 177. The "Emergency" toggle lever is placed in EMERGENCY, when a positive pressure is required at any altitude to test the fit of the mask around the face.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  28. 178. The loadmaster's oxygen mask/helmet must be preflighted and connected prior to initiating the
    ____________ checklist.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. Before Starting Engines
    B. Starting Engines
    C. Before Taxi
    D. Before Take-off
    A
  29. 179. If a crew and the same airplane is away from home station (or deployed home station) and the ground time is less than ____ hours, an aircraft thru-flight inspection (asterisk items) can be accomplished in lieu of a complete pre-flight.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 12
    B. 24
    C. 36
    D. 48
    B
  30. 180. (Aircraft Preflight) If upon entering the aircraft, fumes are present and suspected of
    being flammable or toxic, what action will be taken?
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. Do not proceed with preflight checks until fumes are investigated and eliminated.
    B. Don Firefighter's mask, enter the aircraft to search for incapacitated aircrew/
    maintenance personnel.
    C. Enter the aircraft, open all primary and secondary exits to expedite fume elimination.
    D. Proceed with preflight checks while maintenance investigates.
    A
  31. 181. When the 25MM ASHS accumulator pressure exceeds _______ psi, discontinue the 25MM gun checks.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. 1600
    B. 2100
    C. 3200
    D. 3300
    A
  32. 182. During engine start, the loadmaster will be in a position to observe the _______ and _______
    and to give visual signals to the pilots if the interphone fails.
    Ref:(A)U-1
    A. pilots; engines
    B. pilots; propellers
    C. propeller; exhaust areas
    D. engines; area aft of aircraft
    C
  33. 183. The loadmaster will state "________" if the propeller fails to rotate within approximately ____ seconds after the pilot states, "________" for each engine.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. NEGATIVE ROTATION; 10; STARTING NOW
    B. STOP START; 5; STARTING NOW
    C. STOP START; 10; TURNING
    D. NEGATIVE ROTATION; 5; TURNING
    D
  34. 184. Personnel may be in the vicinity of or go through the static propeller arc only when the
    aircraft bleed air is off.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  35. 185. On prestrike, audible tone checks will be accomplished over "__________".
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. Main Interphone
    B. P1
    C. Call
    D. Either A or C
    C
  36. 186. The right scanner's shoulder harness inertia reel handle will be in the _______ position
    when a crash landing is anticipated.
    Ref: (A)U-1
    A. forward (LOCK)
    B. Aft (UNLOCKED)
    A
  37. 187. Seat belts will be worn during ________.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. taxi and landings.
    B. taxi, take-off, landing or anticipated
    turbulence.
    C. taxi, take-off and landings.
    D. take-off and landings
    B
  38. 188. Crewmembers will not be scheduled to fly nor will they perform crew duties within ___ hours
    after consuming alcoholic beverages.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 8
    B. 10
    C. 12
    D. 14
    C
  39. 189. Crewmembers will not use mild analgesics (i.e. aspirin, aspirin substitutes) unless specifically
    prescribed by a flight surgeon.
    Ref:11-2AC-130V3
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  40. 190. The aircraft will not depart on a pressurized
    flight unless the door warning light system for the cargo ramp is operative.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. True
    B. False
    A
  41. 191. The aircraft may be flown unpressurized with a crew entrance door warning light malfunction provided the locks on the crew entrance door contact the eyebolts.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  42. 192. When is smoking authorized on the aircraft?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. At the Aircraft Commander's discretion
    B. Never
    C. After all ammunition has been expended
    D. On extremely long augmented flights where the smokers are experiencing severe nicotine withdrawal symptoms
    B
  43. 193. All crewmembers will notify the pilot before going off headset and advise when back on headset.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. True
    B. False
    A
  44. 194. Any crewmember noting a safety-of-flight malfunction before hearing "GO" will state
    "_____" and give a brief description of the malfunction.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. ABORT
    B. STOP
    C. REJECT
    D. NO GO
    C
  45. 195. Passengers will monitor interphone or radio transmissions when approved by the ____.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. Loadmaster
    B. Aircraft Commander
    C. Mission Commander
    D. Squadron Commander
    B
  46. 196. Without wing walkers, avoid taxi obstructions by at least _____ feet, with wing walkers by
    at least _____ feet.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 15;10
    B. 25;10
    C. 10;25
    D. 10;15
    B
  47. 197. Whenever taxi clearance is doubtful, __________________.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. use a wing walker
    B. use scanners for clearance
    C. stop taxi and shutdown on the spot
    D. request a follow-me truck
    A
  48. 198. After clearing the runway the loadmaster may lower the ramp to ____ inches above horizontal with pilot approval.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 8
    B. 12
    C. 14
    D. 16
    B
  49. 199. How will the cargo ramp and door be configured for reverse taxi operations?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. door closed, ramp lowered to approximately 12 inches above horizontal
    B. door opened, ramp lowered approximately 4 inches
    C. door opened, ramp lowered to horizontal pOsition
    D. door opened, ramp lowered to approximately 12 inches above horizontal
    D
  50. 200. The loadmaster will be ______ in position to direct reverse taxi, report any hazards, and
    provide the pilot with timely instructions on turns, etc

    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3


    A. in
    the BMC looking at the TV

    B. in
    the troop door area

    C. in
    the aft scanner's bubble

    D. on the ramp
    D
  51. 201. During night reverse taxi operations, what source of lighting can be used?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. Loading lights
    B. Retracted landing lights
    C. NVGs
    D. All of the above
    D
  52. 202. During reverse taxi operations do not allow the aircraft to taxi within ____ feet, even if
    using a wing walker.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 10
    B. 25
    C. 50
    D. 40
    B
  53. 203. For ERO procedures, the cargo door and ramp is preferred when more than _____
    passengers are involved.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 10
    B. 15
    C. 20
    D. 25
    A
  54. 204. On/offloading through the crew entrance door and the ramp/door at the same time is authorized provided the loadmaster has a visual of both areas and sufficient lighting is available.
    Ref:11-2AC-130V3
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  55. 205. For EROs, the loadmaster should be stationed out the crew entrance door on interphone, cord held taut, approximately
    ___ feet at a ___ degree angle from the aircraft axis.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 50; 60
    B. 50; 60
    C. 25; 45
    D. 50; 45
    C
  56. 206. Flight gloves will be worn ____________.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. during all phases of the mission
    B. during engine starts, take-offs, landings
    C. when handling munitions and for refueling operations
    D. during take-offs, landings, and when operating in a combat environment
    D
  57. 207. All personnel in the gun deck will wear ______ while guns are on the line.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. flight gloves
    B. parachute harnesses
    C. flight helmets
    D. All of the above
    C
  58. 208. Minimum fuel overhead destination or alternate is ____ pounds. Land with a minimum of _____ pounds fuel remaining.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 5,000; 4,000
    B. 7,000; 6,000
    C. 8,000; 7,000
    D. 9,000; 8,000
    B
  59. 209. Engines will not be started unless a 150-lb fire extinguisher is available.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  60. 210. While overwater, LPUs will ___________.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. be worn when the mission requires wear of the parachute harness
    B. be sized and available at the crewmember's station
    C. be worn whenever below 2,000 feet overwater (except for takeoff and landing)
    D. All of the above
    D
  61. 211. When will individual survival vests be worn?
    Ref:11-2AC-130V3
    A. All combat and contingency missions
    B. CAT missions
    C. All major off-station ordnance delivery missions
    D. All of the above
    A
  62. 212. Which form is used to document missing life support equipment?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. AFTO Form 781
    B. DD Form 46
    C. AFTO Form 46
    D. DD Form 781
    A
  63. 213. Aircrews required to fly unpressurized missions above 18,000 feet MSL will pre-breathe
    100% oxygen for a minimum of _____ minutes prior to cabin altitude exceeding 10,000 ft.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 15
    B. 30
    C. 45
    D. 60
    B
  64. 214. The aircraft will be sprayed with insecticide for ______ seconds unless longer periods are
    specified for the country being transited. This is done when required by the _______________.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 50; In-flight Guide
    B. 40; AFTO Form 781
    C. 50; Foreign Clearance Guide
    D. 60: Insecticide label
    C
  65. 215. How is a loaded weapon transferred to another crewmember?
    Ref:11-2AC-130V3
    A. hand to hand transfer with weapon on SAFE
    B. remove the clip/rounds, hand to hand transfer the weapon and clips separately
    C. placed on a flat surface
    D. loaded weapons are never transferred IAW current directives
    C
  66. 216. With regards to security, AFSOC aircraft are priority __ resources.
    Ref:11-2AC130V3
    A. D
    B. C
    C. B
    D. A
    B
  67. 217. The loadmaster will remain in the cargo
    compartment/gun deck for takeoffs and landings.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. True
    B. False
    A
  68. 218. Who has the responsibility of ensuring that the required Border Clearance forms are contained in the aircraft mission kit?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. Aircraft Commander
    B. Navigator
    C. Loadmaster
    D. Co-pilot
    C
  69. 219. The current basic weight and moment used for calculating the aircraft weight and balance is found on the ___________.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. Chart A
    B. Chart B
    C. Chart C
    D. Chart E
    C
  70. 220. Fuel weight entered on the DD Form 365-4 is computed by _________________.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. using fuel weight written in the aircraft forms
    B. reading directly from the fuel totalizer gauge
    C. using quantity that is briefed during the crew briefing
    D. reading directly from each individual tank gauge
    D
  71. 221. When using marks for a live fire, what is the proper command from the pilot/co-pilot to jettison
    the marks?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. "LM, P/CP deploy marks, now".
    B. "LM, P/CP launch marks, now".
    C. "LM, P/CP release marks, now".
    D. "LM, P/CP let go of marks, now".
    B
  72. 222. Crewmembers will use _________ to alert the crew to threats and aircraft emergencies.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. Main Interphone
    B. P1, P2
    C. CALL
    D. Both A and C are correct.
    C
  73. 223. Maintenance and munitions operations may be performed simultaneously on the aircraft.
    Ref:11-2AC-130V3
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  74. 224. For flights carrying white phosphorus rounds, the _________ will position the water in the
    rear of the aircraft for wash-down purposes.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. lead gunner
    B. any gunner
    C. loadmaster
    D. EMS personnel
    C
  75. 225. Ground evacuation distance for aircraft fire
    with munitions onboard is _____ feet. If the NEW exceeds 500 pounds with 105MM HE onboard withdraw to _______ feet.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 300; 2,500
    B. 50; 2,500
    C. 2,500; 4;000
    D. 50; 400
    C