A8-17. Yellow, brown, and blue.
A8-18. The Walleye guided weapon does not have a propulsion system.
A8-19. Torpedoes and air-laid mines.
A8-20. The M61A1, 20-mm automatic gun system.
A8-21. Pyrotechnics are burning items that produce a bright light for illumination.
A8-22. The Mk 124 Mod 0 Marine smoke and illumination signal and the Mk 79 Mod O
illumination signal kit.
A8-23. For marking day or night reference points to plot the course or enemy submarines.
A8-24. For long-burning, smoke and flame reference-point marking on the ocean surface.
A8-25. Aircraft canopy removal, seat ejection, seat ejection drogue chute, and parachute
A8-26. The AME rating.
A8-27. Miscellaneous cartridges.
A8-28. They suspend, arm, and release ordnance for accurate delivery of weapons against
A8-29. Bomb racks carry, arm, and release stores.
A8-31. They are used during tactical situations to give an aircraft added offensive and
A8-32. The LAU-7/A guided missile launcher.
A9-1. Aircraft handling equipment and servicing equipment.
A9-2. Aircraft servicing equipment, maintenance platforms, and armament handling
A9-3. The A/S32A-31A tow tractor.
A9-4. The A/S32A-32 aircraft towing tractor.
A9-5. The A/S32A-36A crane.
A9-6. The A/S32P-25 vehicle.
A9-7. Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) and Halon 1211.
A9-8. Public works department.
A9-9. The NC-2A MEPP.
A9-10. An electric motor.
A9-11. High voltage.
A9-12. Air and electrical power.
A9-13. High-volume air pressure, extreme exhaust temperatures, jet intake suction, and
high noise levels.
A9-14. Hydraulic systems.
A9-15. Six cylinders.