SWE M13020.1G

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  1. What are the three basic elements that comprise the aeronautical maintenance system?
    • management element
    • technical element
    • production element
  2. Who has primary responsibility for the
    management element and serves as a focal point for technical and engineering
    support for systems and equipment in the operational inventory?
    The Office of Aeronautical Engineering, Commandant (CG-41)
  3. Who performs the major share of the technical
    element of maintenance engineering under the direction of Commandant (CG-41)?
    The Aviation Logistics Center (ALC) and field units designated “Prime Units”
  4. Who is concerned primarily with maintenance
    production and provides the basic data inputs for maintenance engineering decisions?
    Operating activities
  5. What improves overall maintenance quality,
    capability, and reliability?
    Standardized maintenance
  6. What manual provides guidance, policy, and procedures on the subject of Personnel Resources?
    The Personnel Resources And Reprogramming Manual, COMDTINST M5312.13 (series)
  7. What system indicates the performance of Coast Guard Aeronautical Engineering as related to strategic plans and goals?
    measurements of effectiveness (MOEs)
  8. If you wanted to access MOE's, where would you go?
    Asset Logistics Management Information System (ALMIS), Decision Support System (DSS)
  9. What indicates the percentage of time that aircraft assigned to Air Stations are available to perform Coast Guard missions?
    Availability Index (AI)
  10. How do you find the Not Mission Capable Total
  11. What is the USCG target for aircraft availability?
  12. What is the USCG target for NMCS?
  13. What is the USCG target for NMCT?
  14. What is the USCG target for parts availability?
  15. What manual provides detailed information concerning the responsibilities of the various levels of the USCG organization regarding administration of appropriated funds?
    The Financial Resource Management Manual (FRMM), COMDTINST M7100.3 (series)
  16. Who does Operating aviation units receive funds under?
  17. Who has final authority regarding the sub-allocation of funds to various departments?
    Commanding Officer
  18. What is the removal of a specific assembly, subassembly, or component from one equipment end item for installation on another to meet mission requirements?
  19. All cannibalization actions shall be authorized by who?
    Engineering Officer
  20. Where can you find guidance on Product Quality Deficiency Reports (PQDR)?
    Engineering Maintenance Management Process Guide, CGTO PG-85-00-110
  21. Who reviews all changes or modifications to aircraft? 
    the appropriate technical authority at ALC
  22. Who reviews and recommends changes to standard aircraft configuration?
    The ACCB 
  23. Who can authorize prototype installations?
  24. Who usually performs trial installations on aircraft?
    Prime Unit
  25. What shall be conducted prior to the installation or operation of electronic devices (including PDAs, laptops, cell phones, etc.) on board a Coast Guard aircraft?
    Electromagnetic Interference/Electromagnetic Compatibility and Safety of Flight (SOFT) testing
  26. What is required for each prototype or initial fielding of a new Communications Security (COMSEC) system?
    TEMPEST testing
  27. Where can you find TEMPEST Testing Program requirements?
    Aeronautical Engineering Maintenance Management Process Guide,CGTO PG-85-00-110
  28. What manual would you use that outlines the specific weight and balance requirements for USAF aircraft?
    Weight and Balance AFTO 1-1B-50
  29. Where is detailed guidance provided for the Aircraft Weight and Balance?
    Aircraft Weight and Balance Process Guide, CGTO PG-85-00-180
  30. What check is a check to determine if a system or component is correctly performing its intended function?
    Functional check
  31. What are functional checks divided into?
    ground checks, flight verification checks, and test flights
  32. Visual inspection and functional checks performed on the ground utilizing auxiliary power units, ground power (electrical or hydraulic) units, ground test equipment, the aircraft engines, or rotor engagement to provide system power are considered what kind of functional check?
    Ground Checks
  33. Airborne functional checks, conducted during a scheduled operational or training mission, for components or systems whose failure would neither adversely affect flight safety nor seriously affect mission accomplishment are considered what kind of functional check?
    Flight Verification Checks
  34. Airborne functional checks on equipment or systems whose failure would adversely affect flight safety are what kind of functional check?
    Test Flight
  35. An aircraft requiring a test flight as the final maintenance action shall remain in what type of status for the test flight?
  36. What provides operating limitations and restrictions necessary for safe flight of a new or modified air vehicle and documents the authority by the ACCB to operate the air vehicle?
    Airworthiness Release Document
  37. What process guide is the Technical Airworthiness Assurance Process Guide?
    CGTO PG-85-00-190
  38. During delivery of an aircraft scheduled for PDM, or modifications, who assumes custody and ownership during the transfer flight to ALC?
    PIC's home unit
  39. When does ALC assume custody of an aircraft for PDM?
    Once the aircraft has landed at ALC
  40. For Drop-in-Maintenance (DIM) flights to ALC, who will direct transfer of custody to ALC?
    Commandant (CG-711) 
  41. For Drop-in-Maintenance (DIM) flights to ALC, when will transfer of custody to ALC occur?
    • beginning at the point the aircraft departs the home unit for the flight to ALC regardless of which unit provides the PIC for the flight.
    • This will apply only to those situations in which the aircraft is not authorized to perform operational missions due to the nature of the discrepancy, and is only authorized to fly to ALC. 
  42. What process guide would you refer to for information on Logistics Compliance Inspection (LCI)?
    CGTO PG-85-00-300
  43. What does FSCAP stand for?
    Flight Safety Critical Aircraft Parts (FSCAP)
  44. What does the FSCAP program do?
    establishes Coast Guard policy and procedures that shall be used for Flight Safety Critical Aircraft Parts and provides for identification and control of FSCAP throughout the materiel life cycle.
  45. Who manages the FSCAP program?
    Commandant (CG-41) in coordination with Commandant (CG-44), Commandant (CG-83), and ALC
  46. What program establishes Coast Guard policy and procedures that address the technical aspects of airworthiness for all air vehicles manned or unmanned?
    Technical Airworthiness Assurance Program
  47. Who has the central responsibility for maintaining the Technical Airworthiness Assurance Process Guide, CGTO PG-85-00-190?
    The Chief, Office of Aeronautical Engineering (CG-41), and the Commanding Officer of the Aviation Logistics Center (ALC)
  48. Where can the most up-to-date guidance be found for USCG Aviation Fuel Handling?
    Aviation Fuel Handling Process Guide, CGTO PG-85-00-170
  49. What manual establishes minimum quality and surveillance standards, testing requirements, safety precautions, and handling procedures for the acceptance, storage, dispensing, and testing of aircraft fuels?
    Aviation Fuel Handling Process Guide, CGTO PG-85-00-170
  50. What manual provides detailed information regarding organizational characteristics and principles of various elements of the USCG?
    • The Coast Guard Organization Manual, COMDTINST M5400.7
  51. What level of maintenance classification does shop maintenance fall under?
    Class D
  52. What level of maintenance classification does Component repairs, not overhaul, fall under?
    Class C
  53. All unit avionics shops are required to maintain an in-house capability for avionics repair at what class level?
    Class C
  54. What is the order of precedence for directives?
    • 1. Asset Computerized Maintenance System (ACMS)
    • 2. Coast Guard TOs
    • 3. Air Force TOs
    • 4. Navy TOs
    • 5. Army TOs
    • 6. Commercial Publications
  55. What type of message is used for rapid dissemination of information, generally of an urgent or safety-of-flight nature?
    TCTO message
  56. What would be used to notify air stations of special inspections or modifications required for aircraft?
  57. When a TCTO is amended, the superseded TCTO is published in its entirety with all changes identified how?
    by revision bars
  58. Amendments to existing TCTOs will be identified how?
    • by the basic TCTO number followed by a sequential number depending on the number of times the directive has been amended.
    • Example:TCTO 972020 would be 972021 (1st amendment)
  59. How is the final accomplishment of a TCTO recorded?
    in ACMS through MPC sign off
  60. What is the ACMS Users Process Guide?     
    CGTO PG-85-00-10
  61. What two categories are USCG aircraft inspection types and applications defined under?
    Routine and Special
  62. Extensions beyond those listed in the MDL or the M13020.1G must be approved by whom?
    the appropriate Product Line Engineering Cell Leader
  63. Can a Mandatory Special Requirement (MSR) be extended?
  64. Can extensions be authorized for Low Cycle Fatigue (LCF) or other fatigue life limits on aircraft components?
  65. How early can you accomplish scheduled component changes?
    Thirty days/10%
  66. How long will completed MPC's be retained for?
    90 days
  67. How do you submit suggestions for revisions/changes to the MPCs?
    Deficiency Reporting Document (CG-22)
  68. How do you access CG-22's?
  69. On a C-130 how long can you extend 7 days for deployed aircraft?
    3 days
  70. On a C-130 how long can you extend 7 days for non-deployed aircraft?
    1 day
  71. On a HU-25 how long can you extend 7 days for deployed aircraft?
    7 days
  72. On a HU-25 how long can you extend 7 days for non-deployed aircraft?
    1 day
  73. Who is the Program Manager for the Aeronautical Engineering Officers, Aviation Maintenance Officers as well as for the three enlisted ratings in Coast Guard aviation?
    Commandant (CG-41) 
  74. Allocation of personnel resources is controlled by who?
    Staffing Standards Manual, COMDINST M5312.11
  75. Where would you find detailed guidance on management and reporting of flight orders for enlisted personnel?
    Personnel Manual, COMDTINST M1000.6 and Management and Administration of Aviation Incentive Pays, COMDTINST 7220.39
  76. The aviation performance qualifications are reviewed and revised by DCMS-81, the Rating Force Master Chief and FORCECOM on a regular cycle utilizing what?
    the Enlisted Rating Advancement Training System (ERATS)
  77. What is the U.S. Coast Guard Competency Management System Manual?
    COMDTINST M5300.2 
  78. Specific information on approved schools is contained in what manual?
    Performance, Training and Education Manual, COMDTINST M1500.10
  79. Aviation “A” School eligible personnel will be transferred Permanent Change of Station (PCS) as Airmen to an assigned air station approximately __ months prior to an anticipated Class “A” School convening date.
    4 months
  80. All Airmen are to be evaluated after __ months at the unit by senior enlisted members of the Aeronautical Engineering Department.
    3 months
  81. What percentage does Maintenance errors contribute to DoD and commercial aviation mishaps?
    approximately 20% 
  82. How often is refresher MRM training required for all rated enlisted aviation maintenance personnel, engineering officers, student engineers and maintenance officers?
    biennially (every 2 years) 
  83. Can Unit MRM Refresher Facilitators give MRM initial instruction?
  84. Unit MRM Refresher Facilitators will be designated in writing by who?
    Engineering Officer
  85. Support Equipment management, procurement, and Aviation Inventory Control Point (AICP) for aircraft ALSE, Avionics Support Equipment, and Common Support Equipment are the responsibility of who?
    Commanding Officer, ALC
  86. What manual is the Support Equipment Process Guide?
    CGTO PG-85-00-150
  87. Major premature failures of Support Equipment (SE) beyond the repair capabilities of aviation units should be reported to who?
    Commanding Officer, ALC
  88. What is the lead time for planning, budgeting, and procurement of major items ofSupport Equipment (SE)?
    3 years.
  89. Can you perform maintenance on avionics equipment if it is under warranty?
    No, except as authorized by their Integrated Logistics Support Plan (ILSP)
  90. Who has the responsibility for reviewing all Technical Directives, Service Bulletins (distributed by other Government agencies and commercial firms), and materiel changes with possible application to Coast Guard avionics equipment?
    The Commanding Officer, ALC
  91. Proposed changes to aircraft software shall be submitted to the appropriate Stan Unit using what?
    the Software Trouble Report (STR)
  92. What consists of general and specialized test equipment required to support avionics systems and components?
    Avionics Support Equipment (ASE)
  93. All requests or suggestions for additional ASE shall be made by submitting what?
    an AMMIS Allowance Change Request (ACR)
  94. Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE) is funded by who?
    AFC-30 and AFC-41 funds
  95. What are the two types of ALSE equipment?
    Personal/Deployable ALSE and Aircraft ALSE
  96. Personal/Deployable ALSE equipment is funded by what funds?
    AFC-30 funds
  97. Aircraft ALSE equipment is funded by what funds?
    AFC-41 funds
  98. Who is the ALSE Prime Unit?
    ATC Mobile 
  99. Recovery and salvage of Coast Guard aircraft is the responsibility of who?
    the Commanding Officer of the unit to which the aircraft is permanently assigned.
  100. Who may augment the technical oversight of any salvage operation or engage additional resources to enhance the salvage effectiveness?
    Commandant (CG-41) 
  101. Each Air stations salvage plan shall be updated how often?
  102. A written report of all encountered salvage and recovery challenges should be submitted to Commandant (CG-41) via the chain of command within __ days of occurrence?
    30 days
  103. Who is responsible for coordination of commercial or other service resources during salvage operations?
    District Commanders
  104. What are the only Coast Guard vessels considered adequate for recovering an MH-60 helicopter?
    Polar class icebreakers 
  105. What USCG vessels are marginally adequate for recovering HH-65/MH-65 helicopters?
    • Buoy Tenders
    • Should normally be utilized only under ideal (near flat calm) conditions when no other resources are readily available.
  106. Can other Coast Guard vessels be used besides the Polar Class ice breakers for recovery of MH-60 helicopters?
    Yes, only in extreme circumstances
  107. For recovery of an H-65 helicopter, what is the minimum requirement for the hoisting capability of the salvage platform?
    30,000 lbs
  108. For recovery of an H-65 helicopter, what is the minimum ability to hoist outboard the gunwale for the salvage platform requirement?
    25 ft
  109. For recovery of an H-60 helicopter, what is the minimum requirement for the hoisting capability of the salvage platform?
    50,000 lbs
  110. For recovery of an H-60 helicopter, what is the minimum ability to hoist outboard the gunwale for the salvage platform requirement?
    50 ft
  111. What manual Assigns Commanding Officer’s basic responsibilities for salvage operations with regard to assigned aircraft?
    Coast Guard Air Operations Manual, COMDTINST M3710.1
  112. What manual lists specific recovery/salvage techniques and recommended salvage equipment list?
    Appropriate Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
  113. What contains procedures and information pertinent to specific units/geographic locations for salvage operations?
    Aviation Unit Salvage Plans
  114. What manual provides flight-deck-equipped cutters with basic guidelines for their responsibilities during the initial phase of a recovery/salvage operation?
    Shipboard-Helicopter Operational Procedures Manual,COMDTINSTM3710.2
  115. What manual provides guidance on joint service salvage efforts?
    Multiservice Helicopter Sling Load: Basic Operations and Equipment, COMDTINST M13482.2 (series)
  116. When removal of components is required and disassembly of aircraft components IS INVOLVED or light installed job-shop type equipment is required, the function is classified to what level?
    C level
  117. When removal of components is required, but disassembly of aircraft components IS NOT involved and semi-portable or bench-type equipment is required, the function is classified to what level?
    D level
  118. Low pressure and medium pressure hose assemblies (including teflon) may be manufactured at unit level if the psi doesn’t exceed what?
    1500 PSI
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SWE M13020.1G
2014-05-04 18:05:01

Aeronautical Engineering Maintenance Management Manual.
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