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  1. Some of the hazardous materials you could be exposed to include:
    Hydraulic fluid, lubricants, sealants, & solvents.
  2. RCRA:
    Resource conservation and recovery act
  3. "No smoking within ___ ft" sign much be posted by the waste material.
    50
  4. A 55 gallon container should only be filled to the __ gallon level.
    50
  5. AFOSH stands for:
    Air Force Occupational Safety & Health
  6. AF Form ___ is used for hazards that cannot be corrected on the spot.
    457
  7. You must keep sparks, oil and grease away from oxygen system components because oxygen supports ___________.
    combustions
  8. As little as ____ amperes passing through the chest can result in death.
    .015
  9. The three methods of reducing the hazards of static electricity are _________, ___________,and  ________ _________.
    Grounding, Bonding Straps, & Static Discharges.
  10. Metal work benches  used while repairing electrical/electronic equipment must be grounded to a ___ resistance ground.
    low
  11. The three noise factors that affect a person's hearing are _________, ________, and _________.
    Intensity, Duration, and Frequency.
  12. Caution signs are generally painted ______ w/ _____ letters.
    Yellow & BLACK.
  13. DANGER signs are generally painted with a white background, black lettering and _____, highlighted in ___.
    WHITE, highlighted in RED.
  14. Most accidents are caused by ______ acts and can be ____________.
    UNSAFE ACTS and can be PREVENTABLE.
  15. _______ is the preferred method for cleaning equipment.
    Vaccume
  16. _________ ___, should only be used to clean electrical equipment if you have no other means to do the job.
    COMPRESSED AIR.
  17. Plane Rotation Hazard lines are located on the _________ or ______ of an aircraft which has a jet engine.
    NACELLE or COWLING
  18. Flight Control Surfaces can be controlled _____________,  or ____________, and they move _______.
    HYDRAULICALLY, or ELECTRICALLY, and they move QUICKLY.
  19. T or F: The minimum safe distance from a radiating area of an aircraft is 10ft.
    TRUE
  20. The acronym MRM stands for:
    MAINTENANCE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.
  21. The objective of MRM training is to improve your understanding and application of the key ______________ skills that improve combat capability, as well as safety.
    HUMAN FACTORING SKILLS.
  22. MRM is used by the Air Force to ________ and _______ human factors in an effort to use all available resources to get the job done safely.
    IDENTIFY and IMPROVE.
  23. Human factors account for __% of all military aviation fatalities?
    94%
  24. There are _ core MRM principles.
    7
  25. Fuselage Station Lines
    Measures the LENGTH of the aircraft.
  26. Minimum safe distance around the jet engine INFRONT of the intake:
    25FT
  27. Minimum safe distance around the jet engine BEHIND the intake:
    5FT
  28. Minimum safe distance around the jet engine behind the aircraft w/o a blast deflector.
    200FT (100 FT w/ blast deflector)
  29. Buttocks Lines:
    measure the WIDTH of the aircraft.
  30. Water Lines:
    measures the HEIGHT of the aircraft.
  31. LIFT:
    Overcomes gravity and holds the aircraft up during the flight.
  32. DRAG:
    Opposition to aircraft movement created by air function.
  33. THRUST:
    Provides the motion required so the wings can provide.
  34. GRAVITY:
    Force that attracts bodies toward the center of the earth.
  35. When the control stick is pushed to the left aileron moves up and the right aileron moves down. This will cause the aircraft to ___ to the left around the _______ axis.
    roll, longitude.
  36. When the control stick is pulled back, the elevators go up, forcing the most of the aircraft up. This movement is called _____ about the _______ axis.
    pitch, lateral
  37. If the left rudder pedal is pushed, the aircraft will be moved to the left. This movement is called ___ about the ________ axis.
    yaw, vertical
  38. The three levels of maintenance:
    Organizational level, Intermediate level, and Depot Level
  39. The 4 Inspection Concepts:
    Periodic, Phased, Isochronal, Depot
  40. PREFLIGHT:
    Accomplished prior to the first flights of the day.
  41. EOR:
    Accomplished after the last flight of the day.
  42. THRU-FLIGHT
    Accomplished between consecutive flights.
  43. BPO
    Accomplished after the last flight of the day.
  44. PERIODIC:
    Inspections accomplished at certain time intervals.
  45. PHASED:
    Concept designed to minimize "downtime"
  46. ISOCHRONAL:
    Translates flight hours into calendar days.
  47. PDM:
    Inspections going beyond the -6 requirements.
  48. The most useful tool for detecting corrosion is the ________.
    Human Eye.
  49. Preventative Maintence:
    the most effective way to combat corrosion.
  50. Four Methods of signing out CTK:
    Sign-out Log, Chits, Credit Card, Temporary Issue Receipt.
  51. AFI 21-101:
    mandates that each MAJCOM est. a lost tool program.
  52. T or F: An extension can be used on the grip end of torque wrench.
    FALSE.
  53. Safety Wire is made of either:
    Cooper or Steel.
  54. Always ensure safety wire is routed in a way that applies tension in the __________ direction.
    tightening
  55. V-Band Couplings:
    0.041"
  56. Electrical Connector:
    0.020"
  57. Bolts:
    0.032"
  58. EMP hardened cable provides a barrier against ______________ interference.
    electromagnetic
  59. 3 Types of EMP cable repair:
    Connector, Minor, & Major.
  60. Chafing:
    caused by wire harness rubbing against another harness, other equipment, or the aircraft structure.
  61. Heat Damage:
    caused by excessive current in harness, hot air ducts, or exposure to other heat sources.
  62. Mechanical Damage:
    caused by improper clearance from moving aircraft equipment.
  63. 4 types of Terminal Lugs:
    • Straight, 90 Degree Upright, Angle and Flag. 
  64. RANGE button:
    Used to Manual or Auto range settings.
  65. HOLD button:
    Used to Auto or Touch hold functions.
  66. Yellow Button:
    Used to select the alternate functions of the Function Rotary Select Switch.
  67. Function Rotary Select Switch:
    Used to select the seven types of functions.
  68. 4 Voltage Range Settings:
    6V, 60, 600, 1000V
  69. WIRES being solder to hook terminals should be bent between:
    150 - 270 degrees
  70. Clinched leads should not exceed __ of clearance from the _________.
    30 Degrees, Cirut card
  71. Solders physical state in between being a solid and liquid is called _______.
    PLASTICITY.
  72. 7 Core Cognitive Principles:
    Planning/Prep. Verbal Communication, Teamwork, Task Management, Situational Awareness, Decision Making, Feedback.
  73. AFTO Form 781A:
    Aircraft Maintenance Form.
  74. AF Form 1279:
    Temporary Issue Receipt.

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