Load forward-firing ordnance in authorized
loading areas only, with aircraft facing
When leading/handling forward-firing ord-
nance, you should avoid working in front or
behind the ordnance.
REVIEW NUMBER 9
What solution is used to leak test gas
When handling forward-firing ordnance,
what is the desired place you should work/
REVIEW NUMBER 7 ANSWERS
launcher is used to carry an AIM-7 Sparrow
missile on the outboard pylon of an F/A-18
The LAU-117/A guided missile launcher
completes the F/A-18 aircraft suspension and
launching system for the Maverick missile.
The AGM-88 HARM missile is compatible
with the LAU-118/A guided missile launcher.
The LAU-93/A missile launcher is used to
carry and launch the AIM-54 Phoenix missile
on the F-14 aircraft.
REVIEW NUMBER 8 ANSWERS
The handling of guided missiles at the user
level was simplified by the introduction of the
all-up-round (AUR) concept.
The responsibility for assembling individual
missiles rests with naval ammunition depot
(NAD) or naval weapons station (NWS).
The purpose of a Naval Air Weapons
Maintenance Unit (NAWMU) is to upgrade
missiles from a non-RFI to an RFI status.
REVIEW NUMBER 9 ANSWERS
A soapy water solution is used to leak test gas
When handling forward-firing ordnance, you
should work on the sides. Work in the front or
rear of the ordnance should be kept to a