ASEV Study Guide

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ASEV Study Guide
2010-09-30 09:09:51
KC 135R ASEV Maineiacs

ASEV Study Guide
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  1. Departure Call: For local flights, the _______ will notify Base Operations/Command Post of the mission takeoff time once the aircraft has passed _______ MSL and the oxygen check has been completed or when safety permits. For pattern only sorties, make the departure call upon completion of the __________ checklist.
    Ref: Pg:2 Chap: Supp1 Para:
    Boom Operator; 10,000; After Takeoff-Climb
  2. The 101st ________ is your single point of contact while on ANG missions. They will pass all of your mission related information to the controlling agencies such as the National Guard Command Post for NGB-directed missions. If on an AMC mission, follow _______ procedures in addition to reporting to the 101st Command Post.
    Ref: Para:
    Command Post; AMC Command and Control
  3. Crew Bunk Utilization: The crew bunks are installed to allow flight crewmembers an opportunity to sleep during extended missions or for multiple missions. The Aircraft Commander or his designated representative will confer with the ________ on bunk allocation prior to these flights.
    Ref: Para: 5.7.8
    senior crew chief
  4. Use the following values to compute takeoff and landing data when the runway is covered with water, snow and/or ice. This procedure compensates for measurement inaccuracies and should be applied to all runways. 23 or >. _____ 16-22.______ 9-15.______
    Ref: Para:
    DRY; 16; 9
  5. Minimum RCR for all intended taxiways and runways for training missions will be RCR 5. For operational missions, an RCR value of _____ is permissible with OG/CC approval.
    Ref: Para:
  6. The recommended fuel dump area is located in W-102; BGR 175/56, above FL ______.
    Ref: Para:
  7. Due to some recent issues with carbon brakes freezing, some mitigation steps have been taken. One of these, per an IOS, is to have the parking brake set during de-icing of the aircraft.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: Local FCB 11.18
  8. Winter Clothing Requirements. During the cold weather season (1 November - 31 March) and whenever the destination temperature is forcast to be below ________, crewmembers will wear or carry a jacket, cold weather (CWU-45/P), Leather Flying (A-2) or parka (N-3B) and wear or carry thermal nomex underwear.
    Ref: Para: 6.1.4
    32 degrees F
  9. The following are the minimum show times scheduling will use when creating the weekly schedule: _______ for cross country, formation and tactical missions.
    Ref: Para:
  10. The following are the minimum show times scheduling will use when creating the weekly schedule: ______ for all single ship transition and single ship training and operational refueling missions.
    Ref: Para:
  11. Any add on crewmember not listed on the original _____________ need to be investigated by the Aircraft Commander and the SOF prior to flight, utilizing the MAR and Go/No-Go SOF binder located in the mission planning room. Binder Instructions for A/Cs and SOFs are located in Tab 1.
    Ref: Para:
    Flight Authorization
  12. The ________ signature on the ORM sheet signifies completion of all required Go/No-Go checks.
    Ref: Para:
  13. Figure 1.13 in the new AFI11-2KC-135V3 _________ depicts the authorized baggage bin construction and restraint.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: Local FCB 11.14
  14. Conditions permitting, the standard takeoff procedure for planning will be a ______ degree AC-CL, rolling takeoff utilizing an ______ climb reference number or _______ %N1 whichever is higher.
    Ref: Para:
    20; 8%; 75%
  15. Airspeed Command Bug Procedures. For all takeoffs, set the airspeed command bug (red bug) to _________. For all landings, set the command bug (red bug) to the final approach speed for the desired flap setting.
    Ref: Para: 6.60
    three engine climb speed
  16. The altitude alerter will be operated in the voice mode with approximately _____ for the volume.
    Ref: Para: 6.61
  17. Landing Data. The PNF will run landing data on the FSAS and the PF will brief to the crew Symmetric, Asymmetric Go Around N1 Settings, Touch and Go N1 Setting (if applicable) Delayed Braking speed, Approach, _______ and _______ Speeds.
    Ref: Para: 6.62
    Threshold; Touchdown
  18. (Hot Brakes) The pilot will shut down the engines and evacuate the aircraft by moving forward from the crew entry chute to remain clear of th emain landing gear. Do not approach the aircraft for ______.
    Ref: Para: 6.63.1
    1/2 hour
  19. The Aircraft Commander will turn in the following paperwork to Current Operations; oceanic plotting chart, computerized flight plans, and IMT packages if applicable. Stan/Eval will conduct a thorough mission review for all oceanic missions. After mission review, Current Operations will store the paperwork for a minimum of ____ months.
    Ref: Para:
  20. Scheduling Procedures. Individual aircrew will indicate their flying availability no later than ______ Tuesday for the following weeks flying activity. Aircrew will annotate their availability in the availability books located in Scheduling.
    Ref: Para: 16.1.4
  21. Prior to _______. the AM SOF will SOF Check the next day's AM and PM mission packages, ensuring that all planning is complete. The Friday SOF will check the weekend and Monday packages.
    Ref: Para:
  22. Due to some Center Wing Take fuel pump issues, we can now only burn from the Center Wing down to a minimum of _______ lbs.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: Local FCB 11.17
  23. Effective immediately, for off station refueling operations of any ANG aircraft, is required that a minimum of ____ aircrew member be present to verify accuracy of fuel sale data.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: ANG FCB 12.2
  24. Processing Space Available Passengers. At non-AMC air terminals, or at stations that do not have passenger service capability, the ___________ will determine passenger eligibility and manifest passengers if appropriate. Aircrew manifesting passengers will be a last resort.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: ANG FCB 12.7
    host unit
  25. For MAF aircraft operating on missions within the Centcom AOP, personnel are _______ to hand-carry their issued weapon and basic combat load of ammunition.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: FCB 8.5
  26. Travelers may bring beverages and other items abaord the aircraft only if they purchased the items ________.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: FCB 8.6
    within the sterile/secure boarding area
  27. The maximum allowable souls on board for AE missions will not exceed ________.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: FCB 9.2
  28. When is it okay for you to climb on the wing or fuselage of the aircraft and what precations must be taken before you do so?
    Ref: Pg: Chap: FCB 7.20
    Only when there is operational necessity, and only when you have wing walking safety gear on
  29. With carbon brakes, what is the minimum number of "brake snubs" required to mitigate the risk of frozen brakes?
    Ref: Pg: Chap: Local FCB 11.18
  30. (Arming of Aircrew) When flying an ANG mission or local mission, arming is at the discretion of who?
    Ref: Pg: Chap: ANG FCB 12.4
    Ops Group Commander
  31. Where do we now sign out M9 pistols?
    Ref: Pg: Chap: Local FCB 11.2
    Life Support Section
  32. Prior to commencing a mission requiring an ALTRV (FAA) or an airspace reservation (ICAO), crew will review their respective AFI-11-2MDS Vol 3, AFTTP Series, ATP-56(B), FLIP General Planning, and _________ to ensure compliance.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: SII
    Area Planning
  33. In the event of known or suspected loss of two-way raio capability, aircrews shall change their transpoder Mode 3/A to ______.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: SII
  34. All aircrew are reminded that during all HQ and unit-level evaluations, evaluators are required to assess and, where appropriate, offer comment on aircrew's fuel conservation performance during flight planning and _____________.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: SII
    aircraft operation
  35. Fuel efficiency is _____________ responsibility.
    Ref: Pg: Chap: SII