ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS
A1. Maintenance department.
A2. The Support Equipment Branch.
A3. The Plane Captain Branch.
A4. The commanding officer.
A5. 100 feet.
A6. Nonsparking tools.
A7. Aft center body, upper speed brake, directly aft of overwing fairings and
directly behind the canopy.
A8. The wind may carry fuel vapors toward a source of ignition.
A10. Identify the aviation fuel.
A11. Pressure fueling gives aircraft a faster turnaround time.
A12. The appropriate aircrafr Maintenance Instruction Manuals (MIMs) and the
Aircraft Refueling NATOPS Manual, NAVAIR 00-80T-109.
A13. The internal fluid resistance to flow caused by molecular attraction.
A14. The Saybolt scale.
A16. It should be properly disposed of immediately.
A18. This prevents the operator from being struck by debris if the tire were to fail.
A19. The wheel halves may separate when the axle nut is removed.
A20. AME rating.
A21. It is used to service struts, accumulators, air storage bottles, and other
components serviced with high-pressure air.
A22. It removes moisture that may have adhered to the valves or that was
accidentally introduced into the system.
A23. 3 gallons. 2 gallons in the unit reservoir and 1 gallon in the can.
A24. The flight deck.
A25. Only when actually performing maintenance on the propeller.
A26. No! Serious injury can still result by being pulled against the protective
A27. High temperature and high velocity of exhaust gases.
A28. 140 decibels (dB).
A29. Ejection seats.
A30. The area on both sides of the tire and wheel, in line with the axle.