Shotgun Questions Day 9

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  1. 1. What is the duration limit of the OBOGS?
    A: None
  2. 2. Where does the OBOGS get the oxygen from?
    A: From conditioned bleed air by pressure swing absorption using a molecular sieve.
  3. 3. If an OBOGS failure occurs, how is breathing ambient air possible through the mask?
    A: The anti-suffocation valve
  4. 4. Where does the OBOGS get its power?
    A: The hot battery bus
  5. 5. How long does the OBOGS sensor warm-up period last?
    A: Approx 3 minutes
  6. 6. At what temperature in the OBOGS ducting will the OBOGS TEMP annunciator illuminate?
    A: 200 F
  7. 7. What action should be taken with the OBOGS if cockpit smoke and fumes are present, hypoxia symptoms occur, or a loss of cabin pressurization occurs?
    A: Gang load regulator
  8. 8. Will the OBOGS be operative with one supply lever turned off and one turned on?
    A: Yes
  9. 9. T or F: When placed to MAX, the OBOGS will provide 100% oxygen.
    A: F
  10. 10. Power for all avionics and radio systems in both cockpits (except for the backup UHF control head and UHF transceiver) is supplied through which switch?
    A: AVIONICS MASTER
  11. 11. How do you select cold mic from the front cockpit?
    A: Cannot – control is in rear cockpit
  12. 12. With the ICS in cold, how may interphone communication be accomplished?
    A: The ICS KEY or ICS KEY/MUTE switch on either PCL
  13. 13. Where is the ground crew headset jack located?
    A: Left side of aft fuselage
  14. 14. How many UHF radios are on the aircraft?
    A: 1
  15. 15. What are the different ways to control the UHF radio?
    A: RMU, backup UHF control head
  16. 16. How many frequencies can be set into the UHF memory pages?
    A: 20
  17. 17. How many frequencies will the NAV preset memory hold?
    A: 10
  18. 18. What are the positions of the ELT switch?
    A: On and Arm
  19. 19. Red chevrons will indicate the best unusual attitude recovery on the EADI if the pitch is?
    A: 40-85 degrees nose low, 50-85 degrees nose high
  20. 20. Where is the IDARS located?
    A: left avionics bay
  21. 21. What does the green FDR MAINT annunciator indicate?
    A: IDARS memory is approx 80% full
  22. 22. Where are the landing and taxi lights located
    A: Landing light, left side. Taxi Light, right side
  23. 23. Which side is the green navigation light located on?
    A: Right side
  24. 24. When each cockpits lamp test is accomplished, does it illuminate the light in the gear handle for the other cockpit?
    A: No
  25. 1. Outside of the local area, where do we get guidance on lost communications?
    A: FIH
  26. 2. If lost comm is suspected on the ground, what signal should you look for from Cooter?
    A: flasing Green light
  27. 3. In an RSU pattern what signal should you use for lost comm.?
    A: Wing rock on initial
  28. 4. What should you squawk in case of lost comm.?
    A: 7600
  29. 5. What does a steady green light indicate to airborne aircraft?
    A: Cleared to land
  30. 6. What does a steady red light mean while in the air?
    A: Give way to other aircraft and continue circling
  31. 7. What does a flashing red light indicate?
    A: Ground: Taxi clear of landing area Air: Airport unsafe, do not land
  32. 1. When must a visor be worn?
    A: During all phases of flight, specifically after the canopy closes.
  33. 2. T or F: Solo students are allowed to put their ejection pin in while taxiing.
    A: F, they must be stopped.

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