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US Army Mechanic Wheel Vehicle Electrical Systems II

US Army Mechanic Wheel Vehicle Electrical Systems II

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US Army Mechanic Wheel Vehicle Electrical Systems II
US Army Mechanic Wheel Vehicle Electrical Systems II

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PREFACEThe Army Institute for Professional Development (AIPD) administers the consolidatedArmy Correspondence Course Program (ACCP), which provides high quality, economical trainingto its users. The AIPD is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education andTraining Council (DETC), the nationally recognized accrediting agency for correspondenceinstitutions. Accreditation is a process that gives public recognition to educational institutions whichmeet published standards of quality. The DETC has developed a thorough and careful evaluationsystem to assure that institutions meet standards of academic and administrative excellence beforeit awards accreditation. The many TRADOC service schools and DOD agencies that produce the ACCP materialsadministered by the AIPD develop them to the DETC standards. The AIPD is also a charter member of the Interservice Correspondence Exchange (ICE).The ICE brings together representatives from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and CoastGuard to meet and share ideas on improvingdistance education.
US ARMY LIGHT WHEEL VEHICLE MECHANICMOS 63B SKILL LEVEL 3 COURSE WHEELED VEHICLE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS(PART II)SUBCOURSE NO. OD1003US Army Ordnance Center and SchoolAberdeen Proving Ground, MarylandFive Credit HoursGENERALThe Wheeled Vehicle Electrical System (Part II) Subcourse, part of the Light Wheel VehicleMechanic MOS 63B Skill Level 3 Course, is designed to teach the knowledge necessary forperforming tasks related to repair of automotive electrical systems. Information is provided on ACand DC generator systems, starting system components, battery ignition systems, and vehicleelectrical accessory systems. The subcourse is presented in four lessons, each lesson correspondingto a terminal objective as indicated below. Lesson 1: GENERATING SYSTEMS TASK: Describe the principles of AC and DC generators and regulators. CONDITIONS: Given information on the principles, construction, and operation of DC generators,alternators, and charging systems. STANDARDS: Answer 70 percent of the multiple-choice test items covering generating systems. Lesson 2: CRANKING SYSTEMS TASK: Describe the application of the fundamentals of electricity to starting system components. CONDITIONS: Given information on the principles, operation, and construction of crankingmotors and starter drives. STANDARDS: Answer 70 percent of the multiple-choice test items covering cranking systems.

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