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  1. What type of inventory requires a Bulkhead to Bulkhead / Wall to Wall?Navy field changes are numbered consecutively beginning with what number?
    1
  2. Coast Guard field changes for Navy equipment are numbered consecutively beginning with what number?
    91
  3. The bend radius of a down conductor shall not be less than how many inches?
    8
  4. The angle of any bend of a down conductor shall not be less than how many degrees?
    90
  5. DC resistance across bonding and grounding junctions shall not exceed how many ohms?
    .1
  6. What do you do to a whip antenna if it is being used for cold weather operations?
    Drill a one eighth hole in the base of each antenna at the lowest point
  7. What form do you use to record resistance checks on?
    NAVSHIP 531
  8. Which circuit in a receiver radiates interference?
    Local Oscillator
  9. In order for galvanic corrosion to take place what must happen?
    Current must flow
  10. In reference to electronics what does SAR stand for?
    Specific absorption rate
  11. What is the relation between SAR and PEL?
    PEL boundary limits are the point Where SAR is equal or less to .4W/KG
  12. What is the SAR limit that if exceeded may increase possibility for adverse biological effects?
    4W/KG
  13. What is a tower drop zone?
    The radius around the axis of the tower that is ½ times the height
  14. At what height is a structure classified as a tower?
    20 feet
  15. How far apart must your safety observer be?
    150 feet
  16. If the tower is greater than 150 feet your safety observer must?
    Climb the tower staying within 150ft
  17. At what height must a tower be lit?
    200ft
  18. When climbing a tower what is max allowable wind?
    10 knots
  19. What is the average working load for harnesses?
    310 lbs
  20. What is the freefall distance of a de-acceleration lanyard?
    6ft
  21. All connecting hardware must have a minimum tensile strength of _______ lbs and be proof tested for __________lbs
    5000, 3600
  22. Coaxial cables shall be stored in an area where the ambient temperature is less than how many degrees?
    66 degrees Celsius
  23. The minimum bend radius for flexible coaxial cables shall be ________ ?
    10 times the cable diameter
  24. When cable is subject to repeated flexure the minimum bend radius shall be _______ ?
    20 times the cable diameter
  25. Cables installed in shipboard electronic systems shall receive _________________prior to energizing of equipment.
    Visual inspections, continuity checks and insulation resistance tests
  26. Coaxial cables shall be tested for___________?
    Attenuation and voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR).
  27. Insulation resistance values of cables with magnesium oxide dielectric shall equal?
    10,000 Mohms
  28. Semi-air dialetric cables are designed to withstand how many PSI?
    30 PSI
  29. The recommended pressure for semi-rigid semi-air coaxial cable is?
    5-10 psig
  30. How long can you wait to apply weather proofing?
    24hrs
  31. How often shall weather proofed connections be checked for deterioration?
    Once a month
  32. Any material or combination of material, which will confine and propagate electrical and magnetic fieldsof radio frequency energy may be called ________?
    Waveguide
  33. Why is a rectangular waveguide the preferred style of waveguide?
    Higher energy handling capabilities and lower energy losses at certain frequencies
  34. Waveguides shall be ______ and ________ as possible.
    Short, straight
  35. Bends in a waveguide run shall be?
    45, 60, 90
  36. When are bends in waveguides authorized?
    When an object blocking the run cannot be moved
  37. Fabricated bends/twists shall be designed so that their physical bend length is?
    An integral multiple of the 1/2 wavelength of the mid-frequency of the associated equipment.
  38. When are twists in waveguide runs authorized?
    Necessary to change the plane of the transmission line run for interfacing with equipment that cannot be relocated.
  39. Twist in a waveguide run shall not exceed?
    90 degrees
  40. Before waveguides are to be bent they must first be?
    Annealed
  41. What are the two kinds of waveguide bends?
    E plane (easy along wide side), H plane (hard along narrow side)
  42. Ensure the waveguide end is square in all three planes to within how many degrees?
    ±1/2 degree
  43. Twist or bends in a waveguide must be how far from the flange?
    1 in
  44. A bow in a waveguide shall not exceed how many degrees edgewise and flat wise?
    .010in and .020in
  45. The maximum allowable size of a crack shall not be longer than ______of an inchAnd not deeper than _________.
    3/32, 10 percent of the braze fillet depth
  46. The rated capability of the dehydrator is to deliver air at a minimum of _______degrees and how much PSI?
    -40° C. dew point at 80 PSIG
  47. How much clearance is required for a waveguide when installed?
    2in of clearance from surround objects
  48. Waveguide runs shall not deviate from a straight line by more than how many inches?
    1/4 inch at any point
  49. Distance between waveguide supports shall never how many feet?
    5 feet
  50. There shall be a minimum _________ supports for each waveguide section that exceeds 24 inches in length.
    2
  51. The supports shall not be installed closer than ________ inches to any flange connection.
    6inches
  52. In reference to MCT devices the inside diameter of the hole the waveguide is passing through must be how much larger than the waveguide/coax line?
    .125 in
  53. 30 GHZ - 300 GHZ
    extremely high frequency
  54. 3 GHZ - 30 GHZ
    super high frequency
  55. 300 MHZ - 3 GHZ
    ultrahigh frequency
  56. 30 MHZ - 300 MHZ
    very high frequency
  57. 3 MHZ - 30 MHZ
    high frequency
  58. 300 KHZ - 3 MHZ
    medium frequency
  59. 30 KHZ - 300 KHZ
    low frequency
  60. 3 KHZ - 30 KHZ
    very low frequency
  61. 300 HZ - 3 KHZ
    voice frequency
  62. Up to 300 HZ
    extremely low frequency
  63. If an oscillator has a fundamental frequency of 2,500 KHz, what are the second, third, fourth, and fifth harmonic?
    5000, 7500, 10000, 12500
  64. When jettisoning classified material what is the minimum water depth?
    1000 fathoms
  65. What classified materials do you Not destroy in a paper shredder?
    Microfilm
  66. When can you test and repair energized circuits?
    Never
  67. A radar is calibrated to what distance measurement?
    Nautical mile
  68. What do you hold a Cathode Ray Tube by (CRT)?
    Sides and face
  69. What’s used for the heading of the bow?
    H-UP
  70. What is the most common used termination for fiber optic cable in the coast guard?
    ST
  71. How much do you torque the bolts on class c bond?
    20-25lbs
  72. What Cognizant code is used for Navy?
    7
  73. Who designates what a tower is?
    OSHA
  74. Who makes the PEL boundaries?
    SMEF
  75. What color does the dielectric turn when there is moisture in the waveguide?
    Pink
  76. How do you de-energize a capacitor?
    Hold shorting bar on terminals for 30 then test for residual voltage with voltmeter
  77. How many major Headquarters directorates are below the Commandant?
    11
  78. The administrative and operational command and control center for the Coast Guard is____.
    Headquarters
  79. The __________, plans, supervises, and coordinates the overall activities of the Coast Guard.
    Commandant
  80. The _______________ reports directly to the Commandant on all matters pertaining to the well-being of Coast Guard personnel.
    Master Chief Petty Officer of the CG
  81. The 55th U.S. Congress on ________ established the Coast Guard’s Chief Petty Officer grade.
    May 18th, 1920
  82. The first Coast Guard chiefs were the former station keepers of the ________.
    Life Saving stations
  83. The first Coast Guardsman to advance to E-9 was ________.
    Master Chief Yeoman Jack Kerwin
  84. The E-8 and E-9 pay grades were established by Congress with the enactment of Public Law 85-422 in ________.
    May, 1958
  85. The C.G. moved into the department of Home Land Security on what date?
    March 1, 2003
  86. In what year did specialty or rating marks become official?
    1866
  87. In what year did the navy establish the chief petty officer grade?      1894
    1894
  88. In what year did the navy recognizes the 3 classes of petty officer?
    1885
  89. In 1915 the C.G. came into existence when congress combined what two agencies?
    The Revenue Cutter Service and the U.S. Life Saving Service.
  90. The Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard was made by legislative action on what date?
    August 17, 1969
  91. The MCPOCG has a rate designation of ______.
    E9 with special pay or E10
  92. Title 14 USC, Section 89 gives the C.G. what?
    It’s law enforcement ability
  93. How long do you have to appeal a court martial?
    Five calendar days
  94. What form is used as the CG booking chit?
    CG-4910
  95. How many miles equals 1 travel day?
    350 miles
  96. Maximum TLE is how much?
    $180
  97. 1 day of travel is added in if the remaining mileage is above what?
    51 Miles
  98. TLA is not authorized for more then how many days?
    No more then 60 days
  99. Members may ask for advanced pay for up to how long?
    3 months of advanced pay
  100. When traveling on orders receipts are required for anything in excess of how much?
    $75 or more
  101. How long should confined spaces be vented for before entering?
    At least 24 hours
  102. PCS travel claims are submitted on which form?
    1351-2

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