accumulators and when handling the gas bottles or
containers in which the gases are stowed.
When testing for leaks in a gas container, use
When cleaning hydraulic units, use only the
cleaning solvents or other materials specified in the
particular missile publication.
Keep your hands and other parts of your body
clear of exhaust vents when working with test
equipment that uses high pneumatic pressure.
When any hydraulic unit is disassembled for
inspection or repair, make sure that the workbench is
thoroughly cleaned of dirt and metal filings.
Missile ordnance materials, including rocket
motors, igniters, fuzes, warheads, and in some cases
boosters or auxiliary rockets, are potentially dangerous.
Handle each unit according to the specific procedures
authorized in the appropriate publication,
Load forward-firing ordnance in authorized
loading areas only, with aircraft facing uninhabited
When leading/handling forward-firing ordnance,
you should avoid working in front or behind the
REVIEW NUMBER 9
Q1. What solution is used to leak test gas containers?
Q2. When handling forward-firing ordnance, what is
the desired place you should work?
REVIEW NUMBER 7 ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Q1. THROUGH Q5.
A1. The LAU-115/A series guidied missile launcher is used to carry an AIM-7 Sparrow
missile on the outboard pylon of an F/A-18 aircraft.
A2. The LAU-117/A guided missile launcher completes the F/A-18 aircraft suspension
and launching system for the Maverick missile.
A3. The AGM-88 HARM missile is compatible with the LAU-118/A guided missile
A4. The LAU-93/A missile launcher is used to carry and launch the AIM-54 Phoenix
missile on the F-14 aircraft.
AS. The ADU-299E missile adapter is used to hang a LAU-7/A missile launcher on
stations 1, 2, 4, and 5 of an A-6 aircraft.
REVIEW NUMBER 8 ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Q1. THROUGH Q3.
A1. The handling of guided missiles at the user level was simplified by the introduction
of the all-up-round (AUR) concept.
A2. The responsibility for assembling individual missile components into complete
RFI missiles rests with naval ammunition depot (NAD) or naval weapons station
A3. The purpose of a mobile missile maintenance unit (MMMU) is to upgrade missiles
from a non-RFI to an RFI status.