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  • PR QUIZ BY: PR2(AW/SW ) K. HART
  • LIFERAFTS
  • LR-1 PERSONNEL LIFERAFT ASSEMBLY
  • HOW MANY PEOPLE WITH THE LR-1 LIFERAFT ASSEMBLY ACCOMMODATE?
  • ONE
  • WHAT TYPE OF MATERIAL IS THE LR-1 MANUFACTURED FROM?
  • POLYCHLOROPRENE COATED CLOTH
  • WHAT INFLATION ASSEMBLY IS EMPLOYED BY THE LR-1?
  • FLU-6/P OR MODIFIED FLU-6/P
  • WHAT COLOR IS THE LR-1?
  • BLUE
  • WHAT COLOR IS THE LR-1’S WEATHERSHIELD?
  • SEA BLUE
  • HOW OFTEN ARE THE FUNCTIONAL AND PULL CABLE PROOF LOAD TEST PERFORMED?
  • EVERY FOURTH INSPECTION CYCLE
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE LEAKAGE TEST CONDUCTED?
  • EVERY INSPECTION CYCLE
  • WHAT RIPCORDS ARE TACKED DURING THE PACKING PROCESS?
  • FIRST AND LAST
  • WHAT ARE RIPCORD PINS TACKED WITH?
  • 1 TURN OF SIZE E THREAD SINGLE
  • DURING THE FUNCTIONAL TEST, THE LR-1 SHALL INFLATE FULLY IN WHAT AMOUNT OF TIME?
  • LESS THAN ONE MINUTE
  • HOW MUCH FORCE IS PLACED BETWEEN THE BALL AND TOGGLE DURING THE PROOF LOAD TEST?
  • 50 LBS
  • DURING THE VISUAL INSPECTION TO HOW MANY psig SHOULD THE LIFERAFT BE INFLATED?
  • 1.O psig
  • WHAT CAN BE USED AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR AIR DURING THE VISUAL INSPECTION?
  • WATER-PUMPED NITROGEN
  • WHAT WEIGHT OF CO 2 IS USED IN THE FLOATATION ASSEMBLY OF AND LR-1 LIFERAFT?
  • 0.49-0.51 g
  • WHAT SIZE AND COLOR ARE THE MARKINGS ON THE CO 2 BOTTLE?
  • ¼” BLACK LETTERS
  • DURING THE LEAKAGE TEST TO HOW MANY psig SHOULD THE LIFERAFT BE INFLATED?
  • 2.0 psig
  • AFTER THE INTIAL INFLATION, HOW LONG SHOULD YOU WAIT BEFORE ADJUSTING THE PRESSURE?
  • 15 MINUTES
  • AFTER READJUSTING THE PRESSURE HOW LONG SHOULD THE LIFERAFT BE LEFT UNDISTURBED BEFORE TAKING THE PRESSURE READING?
  • 4 HOURS
  • WHAT SHOULD THE PRESSURE BE IN THE LIFERAFT AFTER THE TEST AND CHECK PERIOD?
  • AT LEAST 1.6 psig
  • WHAT IS THE RATIO OF CLEANING SOLUTION TO WATER?
  • ¼ TO ½ oz : 1 gal OF WATER
  • WHAT IS THE PREFFERED METHOD OF CLEANING AN AREA BEFORE PATCHING?
  • USING TOULENE
  • WHAT IS THE LEAST PREFERRED METHOD OF CLEANING BEFORE PATCHING?
  • M.E.K (METHYL-ETHYL-KETONE)
  • HOW MANY APPLICATIONS OF CLEANING SOLUTION IS USED BEFORE PATCHING?
  • 4
  • HOW MANY COATS OF GLUE ARE USED WHEN PATCHING?
  • 2
  • HOW LONG SHOULD YOU WAIT BETWEEN COATS OF GLUE?
  • 10 MINUTES
  • AFTER PATCHING HOW LONG SHOULD YOU LEAVE THE LIFERAFT UNDISTURBED?
  • 48 HOURS
  • WHAT IS DONE TO THE LIFERAFT AFTER THE PATCHING AND WAITING TIME ARE OVER?
  • DUST AFFECTED AREA WITH TALCUM POWDER
  • WHEN PATCHING, HOW MUCH LARGER SHOULD THE PATCH BE THAN THE HOLE?
  • 1 ½”
  • WHEN REPAIRING SEAM TAPE, HOW MUCH OVERLAP SHOULD BE INCORPORATED ON EACH END?
  • 1”
  • IN WHAT AIRCRAFT IS THE LR-1 UTILIZED?
  • C-2, E-2, F-14(SKU-2/A), F/A-18(SKU-3/A), EA-6B(SKU-12/A)
  • WHAT SURVIVAL ITEMS ARE STORED IN THE LR-1?
  • 2 SEA DYE MARKERS, 2 MK-124, 1 URT-33, 1 POWER SUPPLY, 3 BAGGED WATERS, 50’ OF NYLON CORD, SRU-31, EMERGENCY CODE MANUAL, TYPE II, 3oz, COMBAT CASUALTY BLANKET, BAILING SPONGE, PERSONAL LOWERING DEVICE
  • HOW MANY TOTAL oz OF WATER ARE STORED IN THE LR-1?
  • 12oz
  • LRU-23/P LIFERAFT ASSEMBLY
  • HOW MANY PEOPLE WILL THE LRU-23/P ACCOMMODATE?
  • ONE
  • HOW IS THE LRU-23/P APPLIED?
  • STOWED IN SEAT SURVIVAL KITS
  • WHAT ARE THE 3 MAIN COMPONENTS ON THE LRU-23?
  • FLOATATION CHAMBER, DOUBLE LAYER FLOOR AND DOUBLE LAYER CANOPY
  • WHAT TYPE OF CLOTH IS USED TO CONSTRUCT THE LRU-23/P?
  • POLYURETHANE COATED
  • WHAT COLOR IS THE LRU-23/P?
  • DARK BLUE
  • HOW IS THE FLOOR INFLATED?
  • ORALLY BY THE AIRCREWMEMBER AFTER BOARDING
  • IN WHAT AIRCRAFT IS THE LRU-23/P UTILIZED?
  • F-14, F/A-18 AND T-45
  • WHAT IS THE IDEAL TEMPERATURE OF THE SHOP WHEN PERFORMING MAINTENANCE ON THE LRU-23?
  • GREATER THAN 68ºF
  • WHAT IS USED TO MARK DAMAGE ON THE LRU-23?
  • CHALK
  • AFTER THE LIFERAFT IS USED IN SALTWATER, WHAT MUST BE DONE?
  • CLEANED AND USED FOR TRAINING ONLY
  • THE LIFERAFT MUST BE REMOVED FROM SERVICE IF THERE ARE MORE THAN HOW MANY SQUARE INCHES OF PATCHES?
  • 25.5
  • WHAT TYPE OF INFLATION ASSEMBLY IS USED IN THE LRU-23/P?
  • FLU-6/P
  • WHAT CRITERIA MUST THE CO 2 BOTTLE MEET TO REMAIN IN SERVICE?
  • ITS WEIGHT MUST BE THE SAME AS THE WEIGHT STAMPED ON THE BOTTLE
  • IN WHAT ORDER ARE THE LEAK TESTS PERFORMED ON THE CANOPY AND FLOOR?
  • SAME TIME
  • LRU-18/U LIFERAFT ASSEMBLY
  • HOW MANY PEOPLE WILL THE LRU-18/U ACCOMODATE?
  • ONE
  • THE LRU-18/U IS REPLACING WHAT LIFERAFT?
  • LR-1
  • WHAT TYPE OF MATERIAL IS USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE LRU-18/U?
  • HEAT-SEALABLE POLYURETHANE COATED NYLON
  • WHAT FLOATATION TUBES ARE INFLATED ORALLY?
  • 1 ST AND LOWER 2 ND
  • WHAT FLOATATION TUBES ARE INFLATED WITH CO 2 ?
  • UPPER SECOND, 3 RD , AND 4 TH
  • IN WHAT AIRCRAFT ARE THE LRU-18/U EMPLOYED?
  • E-2C (SKK-9) AND HELOS (SRU-31/P)
  • HOW OFTEN MUST O-LEVEL PRS INSPECT THE LRU-18/U?
  • EVERY 30 DAYS
  • HOW OFTEN ARE LRU-18’S USED IN HELOS INSPECTED BY I-LEVEL PR’S?
  • 360 DAYS
  • DURING THE FUNCTIONAL INSPECTION, THE LIFERAFT SHOULD INFLATE FULLY IN WHAT AMOUNT OF TIME?
  • LESS THAN 30 SECONDS
  • THE MARKINGS ON THE LRU-18/U SHOULD BE WHAT COLOR?
  • YELLOW
  • LRU-33/A MULTI-PLACE LIFERAFT (MPLR)
  • HOW MANY PEOPLE WILL THE LRU-33/A ACCOMODATE?
  • 20
  • WHAT LIFERAFT WILL THE LRU-33/A REPLACE?
  • LRU-15
  • (TRUE/FALSE) THE CANOPY INCOROPORATED WITH THE LRU-33/A IS SELF-ERECTING
  • TRUE
  • (TRUE/FALSE) SELF-INFLATING BOARDING RAMPS ARE USED IN THE LRU-33/A
  • TRUE
  • THE LRU-33/A HAS HOW MANY WATER ACTIVATED LIGHTS AND WHERE ARE THEY LOCATED?
  • 2, ONE INSIDE AND ONE OUTSIDE
  • IN WHAT AIRCRAFT IS THE LRU-33/A USED?
  • C-130J
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE LRU-33/A REPACKED AND BY WHOM IS IT REPACKED?
  • EVERY 3 YEARS BY THE VENDOR
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE LRU-33/A INSPECTED AT I-LEVEL?
  • EVERY ISIS INSPECTION NOT TO EXCEED 448 DAYS
  • HOW MANY SEA DYE MARKERS ARE STOWED IN THE LRU-33?
  • 8
  • HOW MANY MK-124s ARE STOWED IN THE LRU-33?
  • 10
  • BESIDES THE MK-124 WHAT OTHER SIGNAL FLARE IS STOWED IN THE LRU-33?
  • MK-189
  • HOW MANY TOTAL OUNCES OF WATER ARE STOWED IN THE LRU-33?
  • 80 (20 BAGS)
  • HOW MANY FIRST AID KITS ARE STOWED IN THE LRU-33?
  • 2
  • HOW MANY CHEMLIGHTS ARE STOWED IN THE LRU-33?
  • 2
  • HOW MANY MK-79 SIGNAL KITS ARE STOWED IN THE LRU-33?
  • 2
  • LIFE PRESERVERS
  • TRI-SAR FLOATATION VEST FOR SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATIONS
  • IN WHAT MANUAL IS THE MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION PROCEDURES FOR THE TRI-SAR FLOATATION LOCATED?
  • NAVAIR 13-1-6.1-2 CHAPTER 7
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE SPECIAL INSPECTION PERFORMED?
  • EVERY 90 DAYS
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE FUNCTIONAL TEST PERFORMED?
  • EVERY 4 TH INSPECTION CYCLE
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE LEAKAGE TEST PERFORMED?
  • EVERY INSPECTION CYCLE
  • DURING THE FUNCTIONAL TEST, HOW LONG SHOULD IT TAKE THE TRI-SAR FLOATATION TO INFLATE FULLY?
  • LESS THAN 30 SECONDS
  • DURING THE LEAKAGE TEST, THE FLOATATION SHOULD BE INFLATED TO HOW MANY psig?
  • 2.0 psig
  • HOW LONG MUST THE FLOATATION BE LEFT UNDISTURBED DURING THE LEAKAGE TEST?
  • 2 HOURS
  • AFTER THE FLOATATION HAS BEEN LEFT UNDISTURBED IT SHOULD HAVE HOW MANY psig?
  • 1.8 psig
  • LPU-23/P SERIES LIFE PRESERVER ASSEMBLY
  • IN WHAT TYPE OF AIRCRAFT IS THE LPU-23/P SERIES LIFE PRESERVER USED?
  • EJECTION SEAT ONLY
  • WHAT TYPE OF INFLATION ASSEMBLY IS USED IN THE LPU-23?
  • FLU-8A/P (BEING REPLACED WITH THE FLU-8B/P)
  • HOW MUCH DOES THE LPU-23 WEIGH?
  • 4 LBS
  • THE LPU-23 PROVIDES THE AIRCREW MEMBER WITH HOW MUCH BUOYANCY?
  • 65 LBS
  • HOW MANY FLOATATION CHAMBERS DOES THE LPU-23 HAVE?
  • 2
  • WHAT ARE THE TWO MODES OF OPERATION OF THE INFLATION ASSEMBLY?
  • MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC
  • WHICH MODE OF OPERATION IS A ONE TIME USE?
  • AUTOMATIC
  • WHAT TYPE OF CO 2 IS USED IN THE LPU-23?
  • 35g, TYPE III
  • THE WEBBING BELT HAS WHAT SIZE RANGE?
  • 30”- 44”
  • WHAT IS THE PRIMARY MEANS OF INFLATION?
  • MANUAL BY PULLING THE BEADED HANDLE
  • THE LPU-23 WILL INFLATE AUTOMATICALLY IN WHAT TYPE OF WATER?
  • SALT OR FRESH WATER
  • THE LPU-23 IS SUBJECTED TO A SPECIAL INSPECTION, PERFORMED AT I-LEVEL, HOW OFTEN?
  • 90 DAYS
  • DURING THE FUNCTIONAL TEST, THE LPU-23 SHOULD FULLY INFLATE IN WHAT AMOUNT OF TIME?
  • LESS THAN 30 SECONDS
  • DURING THE VISUAL INSPECTION, THE LPU-23 SHOULD BE INFLATED TO HOW MANY psig?
  • 1.0 psig
  • IN WHAT MANUAL CAN A PR FIND INFORMATION ABOUT THE FLU-8B/P?
  • NAVAIR 11-100-1.1
  • HOW LONG ARE THE BATTERIES USED IN THE FLU-8B/P SERVICABLE?
  • 3 YEARS FROM THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE
  • (TRUE/FALSE) WHEN INSPECTING THE FLU-8, THE SILVER INDICATOR SHOULD BE VISIBLE
  • FALSE, IF THE SILVER INDICATOR IS VISIBLE IT MEANS THE FLU-8 HAS BEEN USED AND SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM SERVICE
  • WHAT TYPE OF MULTIMETER SHOULD BE USED TO TEST THE BATTERIES INSTALLED IN THE FLU-8?
  • DIGITAL VOLTAGE
  • WHEN TESTING THE BATTERIES INSTALLED IN THE FLU-8, HOW LONG SHOULD YOU WAIT BEFORE TAKING A READING?
  • 15 SECONDS, THIS WILL ALLOW THE CIRCUIT TO STABILIZE
  • (TRUE/FALSE) WHEN REPLACING BATTERIES, YOU SHOULD ONLY REPLACE THE BATTERY THAT HAS A LOW READING
  • FALSE, YOU SHOULD ALWAYS REPLACE BOTH BATTERIES TOGETHER
  • WHEN TESTING THE BATTERIES, A READING OF -12 INDICATES WHAT?
  • THE BATTERIES ARE INSTALLED BACKWARDS
  • WHEN TESTING THE BATTERIES A READING OF 0 INDICATES WHAT?
  • ONE BATTERY IS INSTALLED BACKWARDS, THERE IS A FAULTY CONTACT, OR NO BATTERIES ARE INSTALLED
  • WHEN TESTING BATTERIES A READING OF +12 INDICATES WHAT?
  • THE BATTERIES ARE GOOD AND CAN BE USED
  • WHEN PERFORMING THE BEADED HANDLE PULL TEST, THE PRESERVER SHOULD INFLATE WITH WHAT AMOUNT OF FORCE?
  • 25 LBS OR LESS
  • WHEN PACKING THE PRESERVER, IN WHAT ORDER ARE THE FLAPS FOLDED?
  • BOTTOM – TOP – INBOARD - OUTBOARD
  • PARACHUTES AND ASSOCIATED SYSTEMS
  • COMMON REPAIR PROCEDURES
  • WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM WATER TEMPERATURE WHEN WASHING A PARACHUTE?
  • 120°F
  • WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE OF THE DRYER WHEN DRYING A PARACHUTE?
  • 140°F
  • WHEN WASHING A PARACHUTE, YOU SHOULD GATHER AND TIE SUSPENSION LINES EVERY HOW MANY FEET?
  • 3’
  • PCU-56/P PARACHUTE RESTRAINT HARNESS ASSEMBLY
  • ALL STITCHING ON THE PCU-56/P SHOULD BE DONE WITH WHAT SIZE THREAD?
  • SIZE E
  • DURING THE PLACE IN SERVICE, WHAT SHOULD BE STENCILED ONTO THE HARNESS? ( IT CAN BE FOUND ON THE CONTAINER)
  • DATE OF MANUFACTURE (MONTH/YEAR)
  • ON THE FRICTION BAR, THE WORD “FRONT” SHOULD FACE WHAT DIRECTION?
  • OUTBOARD
  • WHAT SHOULD BE USED INCONJUCTION WITH PLIERS TO PREVENT DAMAGE?
  • MATERIAL SHOULD BE PLACED OVER THE PLIER JAWS
  • THE GATED D-RING SHOULD GATE IN WHAT DIRECTION?
  • INBOARD
  • (TRUE/FALSE) THE D-RING SHOULD BE PLACED ABOVE THE LAP BELT
  • TRUE
  • WHAT MINIMUM LENGTH OF WEBBING SHOULD BE LEFT EXTENDED FROM THE FRICTION BAR?
  • 10”
  • (TRUE/FALSE) THE LPU-36/37 MUST BE FITTED TO THE AIRCREW MEMBER BEFORE BEING ATTACHED TO THE HARNESS
  • TRUE
  • NES-12 PERSONNEL PARACHUTE ASSEMBLY
  • THE NES-12 IS USED WITH WHAT 2 TORSO HARNESSES?
  • PCU-33/P AND PCU-56/P
  • WHAT TYPE OF CANOPY IS USED WITH THE NES-12?
  • 28 foot MODIFIED
  • THE CANOPY CONSISTS OF WHAT COLORS (4)?
  • WHITE, OLIVE GREEN, INTERNATIONAL ORANGE , SAND SHADE
  • THE NES-12 HAS AN OPTIONAL LUMBER SUPPORT THAT IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • S-3
  • (TRUE/FALSE) THE NES-12 IS EQUIPPED WITH AN EXTERNAL PILOT PARACHUTE
  • TRUE
  • THE PILOT PARACHUTE INFLATES FULLY AT WHAT AIR SPEED?
  • 0-90 KNOTS
  • BETWEEN 90 AND 250 KNOTS THE PILOT PARACHUTE TAKES WHAT ACTION?
  • REDUCES IN SIZE TO 24”
  • AT SPEEDS ABOVE 250 KNOTS, THE PILOT PARACHUTE DOES WHAT?
  • INVERTS
  • THE AUTOMATIC PARACHUTE RIPCORD RELEASE (APRR), INSTALLED IN THE NES-12 IS SET TO AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOY AT WHAT ALTITUDE?
  • 14,000 +/- 1,000 FEET
  • THE FOUR-LINE RELEASE ASSEMBLY AUTOMATICALLY RELEASES THE SUSPENSION LINES WHEN IMMERSED IN WHAT TYPE OF WATER?
  • SEA WATER
  • THE FOUR-LINE RELEASE ASSEMBLY RELEASES WHAT SUSPENSION LINES?
  • 1, 2, 27, AND 28
  • THE NES-12 IS REPACKED HOW OFTEN?
  • 1,232 DAYS
  • MXU-746/P and MXU-747/P PARACHUTE HARNESS SENSING RELEASE UNITS
  • THE MXU’s ARE ACTIVATED IN WHAT TYPE OF WATER?
  • SEA WATER
  • WHEN PERFORMING THE RESISTANCE CHECK WHERE SHOULD THE LEADS BE PLACED?
  • RED – FIXED SENSOR BLACK – EPA HOUSING
  • DURING THE RESISTANCE CHECK, A READING OF LESS THAN 20 MEGAOHMS INDICATES WHAT?
  • THE UNIT IS NON-RFI
  • DURING THE BATTERY VOLTAGE CHECK, A READING OF 22.5 VOLTS DC INDICATES WHAT?
  • THE BATTERIES ARE RFI
  • THE EMI GASKET PROTECTS THE UNIT FROM WHAT?
  • ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE
  • SEAT SURVIVAL KITS
  • THE SKK-9 IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • E-2C
  • THE O 2 CYLINDER SUPPLIES HOW MANY MINUTES OF AIR?
  • 10 MINUTES
  • WHAT IS THE WORKING PRESSURE OF THE O 2 CYLINDER?
  • 1800 psi
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE CALENDAR INSPECTION PERFORMED?
  • 448 DAYS
  • HOW LONG IS A NEW DROP LINE ASSEMBLY?
  • 26’4” +/- 2”
  • HOW LONG IS AN OLD DROP LINE ASSEMBLY?
  • 26’4” +/- 12”
  • HOW MUCH DISTANCE IS BETWEEN BOOT A AND BOOT B WHEN PACKING?
  • 7” +/- 1”
  • IN WHAT AIRCRAFT IS THE SKU-2/A UTILIZED?
  • EA-6B AND F-14
  • THE SKU-3/A IS INSTALLED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • F/A-18
  • IN WHAT AIRCRAFT IS THE SKU-6/A USED?
  • AV-8B
  • THE SKU-7/A IS UTILIZED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • F-14
  • THE SKU-10/A IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • F/A-18
  • THE T-45 HAS WHAT SEAT SURVIVAL KIT INSTALLED?
  • SKU-11/A
  • THE SKU-12/A IS USED IN WHAT 2 AIRCRAFT?
  • EA-6B AND F-14A
  • OXYGEN
  • OXYGEN COMPONENT CLEANING
  • IN WHAT MANUAL WOULD YOU FIND THE PROCEDURES TO CLEAN OXYGEN COMPONENTS?
  • NAVAIR 13-1-6.4-1
  • HOW MANY ULTRASONIC TANKS ARE NECESSARY TO CLEANING OXYGEN COMPONENTS?
  • 2
  • THE TEMP CONTROLLER ON THE ULTRASONIC CLEANER HAS WHAT TEMPERATURE RANGE?
  • 32°F - 212°F (0°C – 100°C)
  • HOW MUCH SOLUTION WILL EACH TANK HOLD?
  • 1.9 gal
  • WHAT IS IN THE TWO TANKS?
  • ONE TANK CONTAINS A CLEANING AGENT/WATER SOLUTION THE OTHER TANK HAS ONLY WATER
  • WHAT IS THE CLEANING SOLUTION COMPRISED OF?
  • O 2 COMPONENT CLEANER AND DISTILLED WATER (50/50)
  • WHAT TYPE OF WATER IS IN THE WATER ONLY TANK?
  • DISTILLED WATER
  • WHEN FILLING THE TANKS YOU SHOULD STOP HOW FAR BELOW THE TOP?
  • 2”
  • WHAT COLOR IS THE GENERATOR ON/OFF SWITCH?
  • GREEN
  • WHAT COLOR IS THE TANK ON/OFF SWITCH?
  • RED
  • YOU SHOULD SAMPLE THE WATER USING Ph TEST PAPER, THE RESULTS SHOULD BE IN WHAT RANGE?
  • 6.5 – 8.0
  • HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR THE WATER TEMPERATURE IN THE TANK TO REACH 150°F?
  • 60 MINUTES
  • WHEN CLEANING THE TANKS HOW MUCH CLEANING SOLUTION AND WATER ARE USED?
  • NO MORE THAN ½ oz OF DETERGENT TO 1 gal OF WATER
  • WHAT SHOULD BE USED TO CLEAN O 2 LINES?
  • IVORY DISHWASHING SOAP
  • CRU-103/P DEMAND OXYGEN REGULATOR
  • IN WHAT MANUAL WOULD YOU FIND THE MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION PROCEDURES FOR THE CRU-103/P?
  • NAVAIR 13-1-6.4-2 CHAPTER 10
  • WHAT IS THE INLET PRESSURE OF THE CRU-103?
  • 5 – 120psig
  • WHAT IS THE FLOW RATE OF THE CRU-103?
  • 0 – 240 lpm
  • WHAT IS THE ALTITUDE RANGE OF THE CRU-103?
  • 0 – 50,000 ft
  • WHAT IS THE TEMPERATURE RANGE OF THE CRU-103?
  • -65°F TO 160°F
  • HOW MUCH DOES THE CRU-103 WEIGH?
  • 12 oz
  • WHAT IS THE DIMENSIONS OF THE CRU-103?
  • 3 x 4 x 2
  • (TRUE/FALSE) THE CRU-103 SHOULD NEVER BE USED ABOVE 50,000 ft
  • TRUE
  • WHAT TYPE OF PRESSURE DOES THE SAFETY PRESSURE FEATURE MAINTAIN?
  • POSITIVE PRESSURE
  • THE PRESSURE-BREATHING FEATURE MAINTAINS POSITIVE PRESSURE IN THE MASK OF HOW MANY inH 2 O UP TO 34,000 ft?
  • 0.5 - 1.8
  • THE PRESSURE-BREATHING FEATURE MAINTAINS POSITIVE OF UP TO 20.0 inH 2 O BETWEEN WHAT ALTITUDES?
  • 34,000 – 50,000 ft
  • OXYGEN IN WHAT PRESSURE RANGE IS SUPPLIED TO THE REGULATOR BY THE LOX SYSTEM OR OBOGS?
  • 5 – 120 psig
  • WHAT IS THE INSPECTION CYCLE FOR THE CRU-103?
  • 30 DAYS
  • WHEN TESTING THE CRU-103, WHAT TYPE OF NITROGEN IS USED?
  • WATER-PUMPED, TYPE I, CLASS I, GRADE A
  • WHAT IS MARKED ON NITROGEN SUPPLY CYLINDERS?
  • 2 3” BLACK LINES “ NITROGEN OIL FREE ” IN WHITE
  • AIRCREW PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (CLOTHING)
  • GENERAL PURPOSE FLIGHT CLOTHING
  • WHAT MANUAL WOULD YOU USE TO PERFORM INSPECTION ON GENERAL PURPOSE FLIGHT CLOTHING?
  • NAVAIR 13-1-6.7-2 CHAPTER 3
  • THE TOTAL SURFACE AREA OF PATCHES ON A FLIGHT SUIT SHALL NOT EXCEED HOW MANY INCHES?
  • 50 in 2
  • NO PATCH SHALL EXCEED HOW MANY INCHES IN ANY DIRECTION?
  • 4”
  • ARAMID CLOTH WILL NOT SUPPORT COMBUSTION BUT WILL BEGIN TO CHAR BETWEEEN WHAT TEMPERATURES?
  • 700 AND 800°F
  • WHAT SIZE RANGE ARE THE CWU-27/P AVAILABLE IN?
  • 32S TO 52L
  • (TRUE/FALSE) A PR MAY NOT MOVE THE LEFT SLEEVE POCKET TO THE RIGHT SLEEVE
  • FALSE, THE SLEEVE POCKET MAY BE MOVED BASED ON THE AIRCREW MEMBER’S PREFERENCE
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE CWU-27/P SUBJECTED TO A CALENDAR INSPECTION?
  • 360 DAYS
  • ALL STITCHING ON THE FLIGHT SUIT SHALL BE IN WHAT STITCH RANGE?
  • 7 – 10 spi
  • WHAT ARE CWU-64/P’s?
  • COLD WEATHER FLYER’S COVERALLS
  • THE CWU-64/P IS AVAILABLE IN HOW MANY SIZES?
  • 24
  • WHEN LAUNDERING THE CWU-67/P WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM WATER TEMPERATURE?
  • 130°F
  • WHEN DRYING THE CWU-67/P WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM AIR TEMPERATURE?
  • 180°F
  • WHAT IS A CWU-36/P?
  • SUMMER FLYER’S JACKET
  • THE CWU-36/P IS USED AT WHAT TEMPERATURES?
  • 50° AND ABOVE
  • WHAT COLORS IS THE CWU-36/P AVAILABLE IN?
  • GREEN OR TAN
  • THE CWU-36/P SHOULD BE LAUNDERED IN WATER UP TO WHAT TEMPERATURE?
  • 140°F
  • WHAT ARE CWU-18/P?
  • EXTREME COLD WEATHER TROUSERS
  • THE CWU-18/P WILL FIT WHAT WAIST SIZES?
  • 28” – 46”
  • WHAT ARE GS/FRP-2?
  • FLYER’S GLOVES
  • GS/FRP-2 ARE AVAILBLE IN WHAT SIZES?
  • 4 - 12
  • THE CWU-23/P LINER IS AVAILABLE IN HOW MANY SIZES?
  • 12
  • (TRUE/FALSE) THE CWU-23/P IS WORN UNDER THE CWU-62/P
  • TRUE
  • THE INNER LAYER OF THE CWU-23/P IS MADE OF WHAT MATERIAL?
  • 100% COTTON
  • THE OUTER LAYER OF THE CWU-23/P IS MADE OF WHAT MATERIAL?
  • POLYPROPYLENE NETTING
  • THE CWU-72/P LINER IS AVAILABLE IN HOW MANY SIZES?
  • 9
  • WHAT DO THE LAYERS OF THE CWU-72/P CONSIST OF?
  • 100% OLEFIN MICROFIBER INSULATION BETWEEN TWO LAYERS OF HIGH TEMP RESISTANT ARAMID FABRIC
  • ANTI-G GARMENTS
  • INFORMATION ABOUT ANTI-G GARMENTS CAN BE OBTAINED FROM WHAT MANUAL?
  • NAVAIR 13-1-6.7-2 CHAPTER 4
  • WHAT ARE THE TWO ANTI-G GARMENTS MOST COMMONLY USED BY THE NAVY?
  • CSU-15/P AND CSU-13B/P
  • (TRUE/FALSE) THE CSU-15/P WILL REPLACE THE CSU-13B/P
  • FALSE, THE CSU-13B/P WILL REPLACE THE CSU-15/P
  • HOW MANY SIZES ARE THE CSU-13B/P AVAILABLE IN?
  • 7
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE ANTI-G GARMENT SUBJECTED TO CALENDAR INSPECTIONS?
  • 180 DAYS
  • DURING THE LEAK TEST, THE GARMENT SHOULD BE INFLATED TO WHAT psig?
  • 5.0 psig
  • DURING THE LEAK TEST THE PRESSURE SHALL NOT DROP HOW MANY psig IN THE FIRST 30 SECONDS?
  • 1.0 psig
  • WHAT IS THE CSU-21/P22P-16?
  • COUNTER PRESSURE VEST
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE CSU-21/P22P-16 SUBJECTED TO SPECIAL INSPECTIONS?
  • 90 AND 360 DAYS
  • HOW MANY SIZES IS THE CSU-21/P22P-16 AVAILABLE IN?
  • 4
  • THE CSU-21/P22P-16 IS LEAK TESTED USING WHAT TEST SET?
  • TTU-551/E
  • ANTI-EXPOSURE ASSEMBLIES
  • WHERE CAN A PR FIND INFORMATION ABOUT ANTI-EXPOSURE ASSEMBLIES?
  • NAVAIR 13-1-6.7-2 CHAPTER 5
  • WHAT ARE THE TWO TYPES OF ANTI-EXPOSURE ASSEMBLIES?
  • QUICK-FIT AND CONTINUOUS WEAR
  • ANTI-EXPOSURE ASSEMBLIES ARE REQUIRED IF THE AIR TEMPERATURE IS WHAT?
  • 32°F OR LESS
  • ANTI-EXPOSURE ASSEMBLIES ARE REQUIRED IN WHAT WATER TEMPERATURES?
  • 50°F OR LESS
  • ANTI-EXPOSURE ASSEMBLY USE IS AT THE DISCRETION OF THE CO BETWEEN WHAT WATER TEMP RANGE?
  • 50 – 60°F
  • THE CWU-79/P IS AVAILABLE IN HOW MANY SIZES?
  • 1
  • HOW OFTEN IS THE CWU-79/P SUBJECTED TO SPECIAL INSPECTIONS?
  • 360 DAYS
  • HOW LONG MAY AN CWU-79/P REMAIN IN SERVICE?
  • 12 YEARS FROM THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE
  • THE CWU-83/P WILL PROTECT THE WEARER FROM HYPOTHERMIA FOR HOW LONG?
  • ONE HOUR
  • (TRUE/FALSE) THE CWU-83/P IS COLOR-CODED BY SIZE
  • TRUE
  • A SMALL CWU-83/P HAS WHAT COLOR TRIM?
  • YELLOW
  • (TRUE/FALSE) A LARGE CWU-83/P HAS NO COLOR CONTRAST
  • TRUE
  • AN XXXLG CWU-83/P HAS WHAT COLOR TRIM
  • GREEN
  • THE CWU-83/P IS WORN BY WHOM?
  • NON-COMBAT EQUIPPED PASSENGERS
  • WHAT IS THE SERVICE LIFE OF AN CWU-83/P?
  • 12 YEARS FROM THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE
  • (TRUE/FALSE) THE A/P22P-6 IS CONSTANT WEAR
  • TRUE
  • THE CWU-62/P ARE AVAILABLE IN HOW MANY SIZES?
  • 12
  • THE CWU-62C/P IS AVAILABLE IN HOW MANY SIZES?
  • 9
  • WHAT ARE CWU-75/P?
  • ANTI-EXPOSURE SOCKS
  • HOW MANY SIZES ARE CWU-75/P AVAILABLE IN?
  • 13
  • WHAT IS THE CWU-44/P?
  • COLD WEATHER UNDERSHIRT
  • WHAT ARE SRU-25/P?
  • SOCKS
  • HOW MANY SIZES ARE THE SRU-25/P AVAILABLE IN?
  • 8
  • AIRCREW PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (HELMETS AND MASKS)
  • HELMET ASSEMBLIES FOR ROTARY WING AIRCRAFT
  • IN WHAT MANUAL WOULD YOU FIND MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION PROCEDURES FOR HELMETS?
  • NAVAIR 13-1-6.7-3
  • THE HGU-84/P IS AVAILABLE IN HOW MANY SIZES?
  • 4
  • WHAT COLOR VISORS CAN BE USED WITH AN HGU-84/P?
  • NEUTRAL, CLEAR, GRADIENT, AMBER, AND NEODYMIUM
  • WHAT PART OF THE HELMET ABSORBS MOST OF THE IMPACT FORCE?
  • THE LINER
  • HELMETS ARE TAPED IN ACCORDANCE WITH WHAT PUBLICATION?
  • OPNAVINST 3710.7 (GENERAL NATOPS)
  • THE HELMET IS TESTED WITH WHAT TEST SET?
  • TTU-489/E OXYGEN TEST SET
  • ENHANCED PRESSURE-DEMAND OXYGEN MASK SYSTEMS
  • THE MBU-23(V)2/P IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • F-14 AND EA-6B
  • THE MBU-23(V)3/P IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • S-3
  • THE MBU-23(V)4/P IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • AV-8
  • THE MBU-23(V)5/P IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • E-2C
  • THE MBU-23(V)6/P IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • C-2A
  • THE MBU-23(V)7/P IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • E-2C W/ BACKPACK ASSEMBLY
  • THE MBU-23(V)8/P IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • MV-22
  • THE MBU-23(V)9/P IS USED IN WHAT AIRCRAFT?
  • T-6
  • THE MBU-23(V)/P IS AVAILABLE IN HOW MANY SIZES?
  • 4 SM. NARROW, MED. NARROW, MED. WIDE, LG. WIDE
  • HOW OFTEN ARE MBU-23(V)/P SUBJECTED TO CALENDAR INSPECTIONS?
  • 30 DAYS
  • WHAT IS USED TO SANITIZE A MBU-23(V)/P?
  • A 1/3 CUP OF BLEACH MIXED W/ 1 gal OF WATER