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Loadmaster MQF 226-272
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  1. 226. The loadmaster will not call munitions up/down load complete until all ammunition has been up/down and ___________.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. munitions trailer has been moved 50 feet away
    B. munitions handling equipment is removed from the aircraft
    C. last of the munitions is placed in the ASHS
    D. last munitions can is placed on the trailer
    B
  2. 227. Who will ensure a foreign object check is accomplished under the aircraft and in the loading
    area when munitions up/down load is complete?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. Lead Gun
    B. Loadmaster
    C. Crew Chief
    D. Loadmaster and Lead Gun
    D
  3. 228. Who must be present to operate the cargo door and ramp during an Alert/ Static aircraft
    up/down load?
    Ref: 2AC-130V3
    A. crew chief
    B. flight engineer
    C. loadmaster
    D. either A, B, or C.
    D
  4. 229. A face-to-face briefing between crews is mandatory during hot turns.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,OG Supp
    A. True
    B. False
    A
  5. 230. When thunderstorms are reported within ____ NM of the airfield, only operations
    leading to an immediate engine start and departure may continue.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 3
    B. 5
    C. 10
    D. 15
    C
  6. 231. All flightline activities will cease and personnel will seek shelter when advised of lightning within ____ NM of the airfield.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 3
    B. 5
    C. 7
    D. 10
    B
  7. 232. What will be accomplished in the event that munitions loading has begun and lightning becomes a hazard?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. Expedite the munitions upload and evacuate the area of non-essential personnel.
    B. Download any munitions aboard and lock/ secure the aircraft.
    C. Cease the loading and depart the
    flightline/Hot Cargo area.
    D. Complete the munitions upload and taxi the aircraft back to the CAPA (Combat Aircraft Parking Area).
    C
  8. 233. A restraint harness will be worn for open
    door operations conducted below ______ feet AGL.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. 2,000
    B. 6,000
    C. 10,000
    D. 1,000
    D
  9. 234. _________ detecting an unsafe condition will call "CEASE FIRE".
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3
    A. Any crewmember
    B. A Pilot
    C. A Lead gunner
    D. An Engineer
    A
  10. 235. All crew members will check in daily between _____ and _____ local to determine the next day's flying or ground training activities.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. 1400; 1630
    B. 1300; 1530
    C. 1430; 1600
    D. 1330; 1500
    C
  11. 236. Personnel on leave should check-in _______________________.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. on the first day of leave
    B. on the first duty day after leave
    C. on the last duty day of leave
    D. once a week in case a contingency operation comes up
    C
  12. 237. Any crewmember placed on or removed from Duties Not Involving Flying(DNIF) will immediately notify who?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. Scheduling Office
    B. Their Flight NCOIC
    C. Functional Manager
    D. Both A and C
    D
  13. 238. "Stations Time" for Tactical Live Fire missions is ____________ prior to take-off.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. 1 hour and 10 minutes
    B. 1 hour
    C. 50 minutes
    D. 45 minutes
    B
  14. 239. The BMC fold down seats can be used for actual landing emergencies.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  15. 240. Who determines what symbol will be entered in the AFTO Form 781A for write-ups entered by the flight crew?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. Flight Engineer
    B. Aircraft Commander
    C. Crew Chief
    D. Crewmember making the entry
    D
  16. 241. The cargo ramp and door and the paratroop door may be opened in-flight for loadmaster training during non-critical (non-maneuvering) phases of flight.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. True
    B. False
    A
  17. 242. Anyone ___ will use a parachute or restraining device whenever the cargo ramp and door or paratroop door is opened in flight.
    Ref:11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. aft of FS 627
    B. aft of the BMC
    C. in the gundeck
    D. aft of the 105MM gun
    D
  18. 243. A 5000 lb tie-down strap attached to the parachute leg strap may be used as restraint in lieu of a restraint harness.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  19. 244. The rendezvous point for emergency ground egress without ammo is _____feet off the nose of the aircraft. If this position is blocked work _______ until a clear area is found.
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. 300; counter-clockwise
    B. 300; clockwise
    C. 2500; counter-clockwise
    D. 2500; clockwise
    B
  20. 245. Who is responsible for closing the oxygen shutoff valve if the situation dictates?
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. loadmaster only
    B. aerial gunner/loadmaster
    C. flight engineer
    D. aerial gunner only
    B
  21. 246. If a leak is noted during aerial refueling, treat it as a line rupture and notify the Pilot ASAP by stating "____________________________".
    Ref: 11-2AC-130V3,CH10
    A. DISCONNECT, DISCONNECT, FUEL LEAK IN THE GUNDECK
    B. DISCONNECT, DISCONNECT, LINE RUPTURE
    C. KNOCK IT OFF, KNOCK IT OFF, LINE RUPTURE
    D. BREAKAWAY, BREAKAWAY, LINE RUPTURE
    B
  22. 247. Air Force aircrews require at least __ hours of continuous restful activities including an opportunity for at least __ hours of uninterrupted sleep during the __ hours immediately prior to the
    FDP.
    Ref: 11-202V3
    A. 8, 10, 16
    B. 10, 12, 8
    C. 10, 8, 12
    D. 12, 10, 10
    C
  23. 248. For continuous operations when basic aircrew FDPs are greater than __ but less than __ hours, subsequent crew rest may be reduced proportionally to a minimum of __ hours in order to maintain a 24-hour work/rest schedule.
    Ref: 11-202V3
    A. 18, 14,12
    B. 16, 24, 10
    C. 16, 12, 12
    D. 12, 14, 10
    D
  24. 249. The basic flight duty period is _______ hours, providing no mission events, pilot proficiency training or functional check flights are accomplished after _____ hours and no air refueling events after _____ hours.
    Ref: 11-202V3
    A. 16; 12; 14
    B. 14; 12; 16
    C. 16; 14; 12
    D. 12; 14; 16
    A
  25. 250. Aircrew members will not fly within __ hours of consuming alcohol or while impaired by its effects.
    Ref: 11-202V3
    A. 10
    B. 12
    C. 8
    D. 14
    B
  26. 251. Oxygen must be provided for occupants when a flight exceeds ___ hours duration between
    ___________MSL.
    Ref: 11-202V3
    A. 2; 11,000 and 14,000
    B. 2; 10,000 and 13,000
    C. 3; 11,000 and 14,000
    D. 3; 10,000 and 13,000
    D
  27. 252. Unpressurized flights above ______ feet shall not be exceeded even if occupants on board have oxygen.
    Ref: 11-202V3
    A. 15,000
    B. 18,000
    C. 22,000
    D. 25,000
    D
  28. 253. If an individual appears to be suffering decompression sickness, a crewmember should administer ___________ to that individual.
    Ref: 11-202V3
    A. Normal oxygen
    B. 100% oxygen
    C. CPR
    D. Both B and C
    B
  29. 254. If crew rest is interrupted so that an individual cannot get ___ hours of uninterrupted sleep, the individual must be afforded ___ more hours of uninterrupted sleep, plus reasonable time to dress, eat, travel, etc.
    Ref:11-202V3
    A. 8;12
    B. 12;8
    C. 8;8
    D. 12;12
    C
  30. 256. Crew rest is only needed when performing in-flight duties. It is not required for ground operations (i.e.preflight, loading).
    Ref: 11-202V3
    A. True
    B. False
    B
  31. 257. Who must approve the donation of blood by crewmembers in a mobility assignment or who are
    subject to fly within 72 hours of donating blood?
    Ref: 11-202V3
    A. Aircraft Commander
    B. Operations Officer
    C. Unit Commander
    D. Flight Surgeon
    C
  32. 258. The ______ radius around the geographical center of Hurlburt Field is known as the _______.
    Ref: HFI 11-201
    A. 10NM; TACAN
    B. 5NM; holding area
    C. 5.3NM; “H” area
    D. 4.5NM; danger zone
    C
  33. 259. During training, defensive maneuvers should not feature _________ profiles.
    Ref: HFI 11-201
    A. zero G
    B. positive G
    C. low level
    D. simulated threat
    A
  34. 260. All W-151 targets will be a minimum of ______ off shore, but no farther south than
    necessary.
    Ref: HFI 11-201
    A. 10NM
    B. 5NM
    C. 2.5NM
    D. 12NM
    D
  35. 261. On the water ranges, clear the impact area by ______ for vessels.
    Ref. HFI 11-201
    A.5NM
    B. 10NM
    C. 12NM
    D. 15NM
    A
  36. 262. Cease all outside/ flight line activities and personnel will seek shelter when lightning is
    declared within ______.
    Ref: HFI 11-201
    A. 5NM
    B. 10NM
    C. 12NM
    D. 15NM
    A
  37. 263. The withdrawal distance for an aircraft with a hot gun is ___________.
    Ref: HFI 11-201
    A.300 feet
    B. 400 feet
    C.600 feet
    D.2500 feet
    B
  38. 264. A ________ is defined as an attempted launch of a flare resulting in the Flare protruding from the dispenser.
    Ref: HFI 11-201
    A.dud
    B.misfire
    C. hung flare
    D.hot flare
    C
  39. 265. During an attempted hijacking with passengers onboard, the US Air Force acts primarily to ensure the safety of the passengers?
    Ref: AFI13-207
    A. True
    B. False
    A
  40. 266. To avoid fixating on one area while scanning, keep a continuous defensive scan pattern
    going, centering on an area of the window about _____ to _____ degrees from vertical.
    Ref: AFTTP 3-3.AC-130
    A. 10, 30
    B. 30, 45
    C. 45, 30
    D.15, 45
    B
  41. 267. While en route, the aft scanner has primary responsibility for the area from __________ to
    _________ and below the aircraft.
    Ref: AFTTP 3-3.AC-130
    A. 3 o’clock, 9 o’clock
    B. 4 o’clock, 9 o’clock
    C. 5 o’clock, 8 o’clock
    D. 3 o’clock, 8 o’clock
    C
  42. 268. Visual scanning is the primary means of detecting IR and optical threats.
    Ref: AFTTP 3-3.AC-130
    A. True
    B. False
    A
  43. 269. Although the use of night vision goggles (NVG) is not recommended, scanners should have a pair readily available for ________________.
    Ref: AFTTP 3-3.AC-130
    A.identifying ground references
    B.maintaining SA
    C.tracking visual threats
    D. all the above
    D
  44. 270. What is LEMAC for the AC-130U?
    Ref: (A)U-5
    A. 164.5
    B. 487.4
    C. 165.4
    D. 484.7
    B
  45. 271. What is 100% of MAC for the AC-130U?
    Ref: (A)U-5
    A. 164.5
    B. 165.4
    C. 487.4
    D. 487.7
    A
  46. 272. A negligible change is any modification or repair which affects the weight and balance of an
    aircraft by ____ pounds or less, or _____ MAC or less.
    Ref: (A)U-5
    A. 1; 0.1%
    B. 5; 5%
    C. 1; 0.5%
    D. 5; 0.1%
    D