2T251 Volume 1 EC04 Practice Test

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  • 1 . 75. (016) Which K-loader can hold up to six 463L pallets and has a loading capacity of 60,000 pounds?
    Tunner loader.
  • 2 . 60. (011) Which method of airdrop is used when loads are manually pushed or skidded out of the aircraft?
  • 3 . 88. (017) Which feature of the C−5 staircase truck allows you to more easily view the aircraft doorsill and pawl latches while raising the stairs?
  • 4 . 78. (016) With four fully charged batteries, the emergency standby system on the Tunner will provide normal steering, lift, and hydraulic functions on a limited basis for about how many minutes?
  • 5 . 25. (005) When planning and scheduling work assignments and priorities, what must you do when you discover a piece of equipment is out of commission and it will affect your ability to perform the mission?
    Find out what is wrong with it, when it will be fixed, and notify your chain of command.
  • 6 . 68. (014) Which information are you required to put in the designated shift/signature block of the AF Form 1800, Operator’s Inspection Guide and Trouble Report, once you complete the inspection?
    Last name only.
  • 7 . 89. (018) Which feature of the latrine service truck (LST) pumps chemicals into the lavatory tank to neutralize solids and eliminate odor?
    Flush/recharge hose.
  • 8 . 58. (010) During a joint inspection (JI), before a helicopter with one 300-gallon-capacity fuel tank can be accepted for airlift, what is the maximum amount of fuel that tank can have in it?
    150 gallons.
  • 9 . 36. (007) In the aircraft –9 series technical orders, the loading procedures in which section have precedence over instructions in section IV?
    Section VI
  • 10 . 10. (002) Which method of airlift permits delivery of larger loads with less risk?