5. Two safety observers (station at the port and starboard sides of the JBD
A12. The NGL guide tracks are:
Buffer cylinder track
Aft slide-access track
Forward slide-access track
A13. The slide is mechanically connected to the buffer cylinder piston rods by three
A14. The reset assembly resets the buffer hook.
A15. Inserts installed in the forward slide-access track ensures the launch bar makes
contact with the buffer hook actuator roller.
A16. The orifice tube is located in the two outer cylinders.
A17. Fluid from the buffer accumulator assembly fills the void created as the piston
rods move forward.
A18. The buffer fwd and buffer fwd pushbuttons are installed in the monitor control
console, deckedge, and the central charging panel.
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS FOR LESSON 6
A1. The three levels of maintenance are:
A2. The concept of each level of maintenance is:
O-level: done by catapult and arresting gear personnel
I-level: done by designated maintenance activities in support of fleets
Depot-level: maintenance that require the skills and facilities beyond O-
and I- level maintenance
A3. The general types of maintenance are upkeep and overhaul.
A4. Maintenance control is the nerve center of the division maintenance effort.
A5. The distinct organizations within V-2 division are:
A6. The columns that are required on the VIDS board are:
Work center designation
AWM (awaiting maintenance)
AWP (awaiting parts)
A7. The ALRE MAF card is used to track all outstanding maintenance actions.