1. Which type of maintenance ensures that equipment is ready and available at the time of need?

    B. Preventive
  2. Which of the following is used to highlight trends, benchmarks, or safety conditions relating to maintenance equipment, personnel, training, or processes?

    D. Cross-tells
  3. Who is the office of primary responsibility (OPR) for the Intermediate Repair Enhancement Program?

    C. Maintenance group commander.
  4. All requests for depot level assistance must be coordinated through

    B. Quality Assurance and Plans, Scheduling, and Documentation.
  5. What do you call wing-level maintenance facilities providing intermediate-level maintenance repair support for multiple Air Force units within a particular theater of operations?

    A. Centralized Repair Facilities.
  6. Which maintenance capability category is performed at backshop level and consists of off-equipment maintenance?

    B. Intermediate.
  7. Which category of Deficiency Report should you submit if the equipment has a deficiency that if uncorrected, may cause major loss or damage to equipment and no workaround is known?

    D. 1B
  8. Which Maintenance Group agency provides technical assistance for Deficiency Reports to work center supervisors?

    D. Quality Assurance
  9. Which of the following is used to assign responsibilities, direct actions, and prescribe procedures within a subordinate function (i.e., a staff office, a branch, asquadron, etc.)?

    A. Operating instructions.
  10. When Operating Instructions (OI) apply to multiple groups, they should be published as

    B. wing OIs.
  11. Which AFTO IMT is used to maintain a permanent history of significant maintenance actions on end-items of equipment?

    A. 95.
  12. What program promotes identifying and correcting system deficiencies before they affect combat capability?

    A. Reliability and Maintainability.
  13. What AFTO IMT is used to document accumulated cycles, operating time, and maintenance history, as well as pertinent manufacturing data for jet engine turbine wheels?

    B. 95
  14. Which Integrated Maintenance Database System-Central Database (IMDS-CDB)subsystem provides the capability to track engines and their components for time-changes and inspections and establishes and maintains the installed-on relationship between and components?

    D. Comprehensive Engine Management System.
  15. Printed copies of the AFTO IMT 95 are not required to accompany end items upon transfer

    C. to/from locations that have access to the necessary maintenance information systems toretrieve the historical information.
  16. Which Integrated Maintenance Database System-Central Database (IMDS-CDB)subsystem allows users to track maintenance actions and has both maintenance and supply data?

    A. Maintenance Events
  17. Which Integrated Maintenance Database System-Central Database (IMDS-CDB)subsystem replaces the Maintenance Data Collection (MDC) system and provides maintenance personnel with the online capability to document, inquire, and produce retrievals of maintenance actions?

    D. Job Data Documentation.
  18. Who guides the overall Data Integrity Team process and ensures the data provided to maintenance managers and supervision is meaningful and factual?

    D. Maintenance Management Analysis.
  19. In addition to being familiar with the unit’s assigned weapon system(s), squadron representatives for the Data Integrity Team must be at least

    D. a 5-level.
  20. What provides a measurement of unit performance and capability?

    C. Metrics
  21. What are the two most common types of primary maintenance metric indicators?

    D. Leading and lagging.
  22. Which primary maintenance metric indictor shows problems first, as they directly impact maintenance’s capability to provide resources to execute the mission?

    D.  Leading
  23. Which primary maintenance metric indictor shows and follows firmly established trends?

    A. Lagging
  24. Which maintenance repair priority is designated only for aircraft that are on alert status or aircraft that are supporting the war plan or national emergency missions?

    D. 1
  25. Who is responsible for establishing a crashed, damaged, or disabled aircraft recovery program?

    B. Wing commander
  26. Who is personally responsible for managing the Foreign Object Damage and Dropped Object Prevention programs?

    B. Wing vice-commander
  27. Who is responsible for standardizing maintenance discipline, procedures, organizational structures, compliance, and management philosophy?

    D. Maintenance group commander.
  28. Who is responsible for chairing the daily maintenance production/scheduling meeting with representatives from throughout the maintenance group (MXG)?

    C. MXG deputy commander
  29. Who oversees the management of maintenance facilities and aircraft support equipment procurement and maintenance?

    D. Maintenance group superintendent
  30. Who is held legally responsible for their unit’s Environmental Protection Agency program compliance in accordance with AFI 32–7042, Waste Management?

    D. Squadron commanders.
  31. Which commander is tasked with developing and publishing the wing flying/maintenance schedule in coordination with other squadron maintenance operations officers/maintenance superintendents?

    D. Maintenance operations flight.
  32. Worker safety and health information must be monitored, tracked, and documented using what AF IMT?

    A. 55
  33. Section non-commissioned officers-in-charge are responsible for developing cross utilization training requirements, ensuring they do not interfere with

    D. qualification and upgrade training.
  34. Section non-commissioned officers-in-charge must ensure their sections are organized with tools, equipment, and material as close to the Point of Maintenance without jeopardizing

    D. accountability and control procedures.
  35. When a maintenance squadron production superintendent is appointed, who must he or she inform of specialist non-availability to at the beginning of each shift?

    B. Maintenance Operation Center.
  36. How many standard squadrons are in a maintenance group?

    C. 3
  37. Which Maintenance Operations Squadron flight is a centrally located agency responsible for monitoring and developing long-range strategies to sustain fleet health?

    A. Maintenance Operations (MOF).
  38. The Maintenance Operations Center is responsible for the overall management of which Integrated Maintenance Data System-Central Database (IMDS-CDB) subsystem?

    C. Location.
  39. Which section is the wing focal point for engine health tracking and the engine health management program?

    C. Engine Management.
  40. Which Maintenance Operation Squadron section maintains standardized aircraft jacket files and attends pre-dock and post-dock inspection meetings?

    B. Plans, Scheduling, and Documentation.
  41. The Maintenance Training Flight normally consists of what two sections?

    C. Training Management; Development and Instruction.
  42. What agency’s basic mission is to launch and recover aircraft and to perform the necessary servicing, inspections, and maintenance to perform daily aircraft flying operations?

    C. Aircraft Maintenance Unit.
  43. Which of the following is not a section within a standard aircraft maintenance unit?

    C. Supply.
  44. What does the Debrief section use to help identify fault codes to aid maintainers in aircraft troubleshooting?

    A. Fault Reporting manuals.
  45. Who must ensure the applicable aircraft form sets are provided to the Debrief section by the end of the flying day if debriefs are suspended due to aircraft flying surge operations?

    D. Flight-line expediter or Production Superintendent.
  46. The Aircraft section is split into two separate sections when an Aircraft Maintenance Unit’s number of mission assigned aircraft is more than
    a. 14.
    b. 16.
    c. 18.
    d. 20.
    c. 18.
  47. Which section is normally responsible for aircraft troubleshooting, on-equipment repairs, component removal and installation, reprogramming avionics systems, and classified aircraft items management?

    A. Specialist.
  48. Which technicians maintain aircraft bleed air, vacuum, pneumatic, fire suppression,and oxygen systems, including removing and replacing associated system components?

    B. Electro-environmental specialists.
  49. Who is responsible to the Weapons section chief for monitoring all armament systems maintenance and loading operations?

    A. Weapons expediter.
  50. Which section is tasked with the maintenance, control, and storage of alternate mission equipment, dash–21 equipment, and maintenance, safety, and protective equipment?

    C. Support section.
  51. Which of the following is not a standard flight in the maintenance squadron?

    D. Egress.
  52. Commanders have the option of establishing two separate squadrons, the Equipment Maintenance Squadron and the Component Maintenance Squadron, if maintenance squadron manning authorizations exceed

    C. 700.
  53. In relation to aerospace ground equipment, what are centrally located to enhance mission performance?

    B. Sub-pools.
  54. Which Avionics Flight section is responsible for performing off-equipment maintenance on systems such as all-weather landing, attitude reference and bombing, and inertial navigation?

    D. Guidance and Control Systems.
  55. Which Avionics Flight section is responsible for maintaining low-altitude navigation and targeting infrared for night (LANTIRN) pods?

    D. Sensors.
  56. Which Fabrication Flight section’s processes are tightly controlled because the parts and tools they manufacture must meet the stringent standards of aerospace-grade equipment?

    C. Metals Technology.
  57. If a Refurbishment section is established, wings have the option to align it under either the Maintenance Flight or the

    B. Fabrication Flight.
  58. Which Munitions Flight section receives, stores, warehouses, handles, inspects, ships, inventories, and transports containers, dispensers, and training items?

    B. Material.
  59. Which Propulsion Flight section stores, builds up, tears down, modifies, and repairs engines, quick engine change kits, and test components?

    B. Jet Engine Intermediate Maintenance.
  60. The Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) Flight maintains, calibrates, and certifies TMDE through the

    B. Air Force Primary Standards Laboratory.
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