Shotgun Questions Day 9

  1. 1. What is the duration limit of the OBOGS?
    A: None
  2. 2. Where does the OBOGS get the oxygen from?
    A: From conditioned bleed air by pressure swing absorption using a molecular sieve.
  3. 3. If an OBOGS failure occurs, how is breathing ambient air possible through the mask?
    A: The anti-suffocation valve
  4. 4. Where does the OBOGS get its power?
    A: The hot battery bus
  5. 5. How long does the OBOGS sensor warm-up period last?
    A: Approx 3 minutes
  6. 6. At what temperature in the OBOGS ducting will the OBOGS TEMP annunciator illuminate?
    A: 200 F
  7. 7. What action should be taken with the OBOGS if cockpit smoke and fumes are present, hypoxia symptoms occur, or a loss of cabin pressurization occurs?
    A: Gang load regulator
  8. 8. Will the OBOGS be operative with one supply lever turned off and one turned on?
    A: Yes
  9. 9. T or F: When placed to MAX, the OBOGS will provide 100% oxygen.
    A: F
  10. 10. Power for all avionics and radio systems in both cockpits (except for the backup UHF control head and UHF transceiver) is supplied through which switch?
  11. 11. How do you select cold mic from the front cockpit?
    A: Cannot – control is in rear cockpit
  12. 12. With the ICS in cold, how may interphone communication be accomplished?
    A: The ICS KEY or ICS KEY/MUTE switch on either PCL
  13. 13. Where is the ground crew headset jack located?
    A: Left side of aft fuselage
  14. 14. How many UHF radios are on the aircraft?
    A: 1
  15. 15. What are the different ways to control the UHF radio?
    A: RMU, backup UHF control head
  16. 16. How many frequencies can be set into the UHF memory pages?
    A: 20
  17. 17. How many frequencies will the NAV preset memory hold?
    A: 10
  18. 18. What are the positions of the ELT switch?
    A: On and Arm
  19. 19. Red chevrons will indicate the best unusual attitude recovery on the EADI if the pitch is?
    A: 40-85 degrees nose low, 50-85 degrees nose high
  20. 20. Where is the IDARS located?
    A: left avionics bay
  21. 21. What does the green FDR MAINT annunciator indicate?
    A: IDARS memory is approx 80% full
  22. 22. Where are the landing and taxi lights located
    A: Landing light, left side. Taxi Light, right side
  23. 23. Which side is the green navigation light located on?
    A: Right side
  24. 24. When each cockpits lamp test is accomplished, does it illuminate the light in the gear handle for the other cockpit?
    A: No
  25. 1. Outside of the local area, where do we get guidance on lost communications?
    A: FIH
  26. 2. If lost comm is suspected on the ground, what signal should you look for from Cooter?
    A: flasing Green light
  27. 3. In an RSU pattern what signal should you use for lost comm.?
    A: Wing rock on initial
  28. 4. What should you squawk in case of lost comm.?
    A: 7600
  29. 5. What does a steady green light indicate to airborne aircraft?
    A: Cleared to land
  30. 6. What does a steady red light mean while in the air?
    A: Give way to other aircraft and continue circling
  31. 7. What does a flashing red light indicate?
    A: Ground: Taxi clear of landing area Air: Airport unsafe, do not land
  32. 1. When must a visor be worn?
    A: During all phases of flight, specifically after the canopy closes.
  33. 2. T or F: Solo students are allowed to put their ejection pin in while taxiing.
    A: F, they must be stopped.
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Shotgun Questions Day 9
Shotgun Questions Day 9