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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE Headquarters US Air Force Washington, DC 20330-1030

CFETP 2A5X1 Parts I and II 1 October 2008

AFSC 2A5X1 AEROSPACE MAINTENANCE SPECIALTY

CAREER FIELD EDUCATION AND TRAINING PLAN
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CFETP 2A5X1 CAREER FIELD EDUCATION AND TRAINING PLAN AEROSPACE MAINTENANCE SPECIALTY AFSC 2A5X1 Table of Contents
Part I Preface Abbreviation and Terms Explained Section A--General Information Purpose of the CFETP Use of the CFETP Coordination and Approval of the CFETP Section B--Career Progression and Information Specialty Description Skill/Career Progression Apprentice Level (3) Journeyman Level (5) Craftsman Level (7) Superintendent Level (9) Training Decisions Community College of the Air Force Section C-- Skill Level Training Requirements Purpose Implementation Section D--Resource Constraints PART II Section A, AETC Course Objective List Section B, Support Material Section C, Training Course Index Section D, MAJCOM Unique Requirements Section E, Specialty Training Standards STS Attachments 1. Proficiency Code Key (Mandatory—must be filed with pages 16-18) 2. 2A5X1 Common Requirements (Mandatory) 3. B-1 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 4. B-2 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 5. B-52 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 23 25 41 59 73 16 17 17 19 19 1 2 5

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6. C-130 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 7. C-130J Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 8. C-135 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 9. C-17 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 10. C-5 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 11. C-9 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 12. E-3/E-8 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 13. KC-10 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 14. E-4/VC-25 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) 15. B-1 Training Matrix (Not used in Training Records) 16. B-2 Training Matrix (Not used in Training Records) 17. B-52 Training Matrix (Not used in Training Records) 18. C-130 Training Matrix (Not used in Training Records) 19. C-135 Training Matrix (Not used in Training Records) 20. C-17 Training Matrix (Not used in Training Records) 21. C-5 Training Matrix (Not used in Training Records) 22. E-3/E-8 Training Matrix (Not used in Training Records) 23. KC-10 Training Matrix (Not used in Training Records) 24. 2AX7X 7-level CDC Requirements (Not used in Training Records) 87 109 131 145 165 181 191 201 213 223 229 236 242 248 254 261 268 274 281

Supersedes: CFETP 2A5X1, May 2005 CFETP 2A5X1 C1 1 May 2005 CFETP 2A5X1 C2 1 Feb 2007 CFETP 2A5X1 C3 1 Feb 2007 OPR: 360 TRS/TRR (Clifton L. Scribner, GS-12) Approved By: USAF/A4L Number of Printed Pages: 292

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CFETP 2A5X1 CAREER FIELD EDUCATION AND TRAINING PLAN AEROSPACE MAINTENANCE SPECIALTY AFSC 2A5X1 Part I Preface 1. This Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP) is a comprehensive education and training document that identifies life-cycle education/training requirements, training support resources and minimum core task requirements for the entire 2A5X1 specialty. The CFETP will provide personnel a clear career path to success and will instill rigor in all aspects of career field training. To read, review, or print a copy of the current CFETP, go to the following URL: http://www.e-publishing.af.mil/shared/media/epubs/CFETP2A5X1.pdf , or go to the Air Force E-Publishing website and typing ―2A5X1‖ in the search titles box. Note: Civilians occupying associated positions will use Part II to support duty position qualification training. *Information is available at AF/A4MM web page: https://afkm.wpafb.af.mil/ASPs/CoP/OpenCoP.asp?Filter=OO-LG-AF-35 2. CFETP Parts. The CFETP consists of two parts; both parts of the plan are used by supervisors to plan, manage and control training within the career field. 2.1 Part I provides information necessary for overall management of the specialty. Section A explains how everyone will use the plan; Section B identifies career field progression information, duties and responsibilities, training strategies, and career field path; Section C associates each level with specialty qualifications (knowledge, education, training, and other). Section D indicates resource constraints. Some examples are funds, manpower, equipment and facilities. 2.2. Part II includes the following: Section A contains the course objective list and training standards supervisors will use to determine if airmen have satisfied training requirements. Section B identifies available support materials, such as Qualification Training Package (QTP), which may be developed to support proficiency training. Section C identifies a training course index that supervisors can use to determine if resources are available to support training. Included here are both mandatory and optional courses. Section D identifies MAJCOM unique training requirements supervisors can use to determine additional training required for the associated qualification needs. At unit level, supervisors and trainers will use Part II to identify, plan, and conduct training commensurate with the overall goals of this plan. Section E identifies the Specialty Training Standard (STS) and includes duties, tasks, technical references to support training, Air Education and Training Command (AETC) conducted training, wartime course/core task, and correspondence course requirements. 3. Using the guidance provided in the CFETP will ensure individuals in this specialty receive effective and efficient training at the appropriate points in their career. This plan will enable supervisors to train today‘s work force for tomorrow‘s jobs. At the unit level, supervisors and trainers will use Part II to identify, plan, and conduct training commensurate with the overall goals of this plan. 1

Air Force Job Qualification Standard (AFJQS). Training is for selected career airmen at the advanced level of an AFS. A formal indication of an individual‘s ability to perform a task to required standards. Supervisors use the AFJQS to document task qualifications. The training of students undergoing a permanent change of station (PCS) while in temporary duty (TDY) status. and ensure this training is budget defensible. Cross Utilization Training (CUT). Certification Official. Continuation Training. A comprehensive task list that describes a particular job type or duty position. A person authorized by appropriate commander to determine an individual‘s ability to perform a task to required standards. Training designed to qualify personnel to perform tasks that are not established requirements in their awarded AFSC. The AFJQS tasks are common to all persons serving in the described duty position. This gives units needed flexibility to manage their workforce training. Enlisted Specialty Training (EST). It outlines a logical growth plan that includes training resources and is designed to make career field training identifiable. A formal course document that identifies. which provides individuals who are qualified in their Air Force Specialty (AFS) with additional skills/knowledge to enhance their expertise in the career field. interactive video. Core Task. or other necessary means to supplement training. A mix of formal training (technical school) and informal training (on-the-job) to qualify and upgrade airmen in each skill level of a specialty En Route Training. which allows the individual to expand his/her knowledge in another area of expertise. paper text. A formal or informal course. Task that the Air Force Career Field Manager (AFCFM) identifies as minimum qualification requirements within an Air Force Specialty. Formal course. Additional training via computer assisted.CFETP 2A5X1 ABBREVIATIONS/TERMS EXPLAINED Advanced Training. the training members will receive in a specific course. Only a percentage of critical tasks for each system are listed as mandatory core tasks. eliminate duplication. in board terms. Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP). 2 . Core tasks identified with */R are optional for ANG and AFRC. This is additional training that exceeds minimum upgrade requirements and has an emphasis on present or future duty assignments. Exportable Training. Certification. A CFETP is a comprehensive. Course Training Standard (CTS). Bridge Course. multipurpose document covering the entire spectrum of education and training for a career field.

Plan of Instruction (POI). Resource Constraints. A detailed report showing the results of an occupational survey of tasks performed within a particular AFS. knowledge and experience to either be qualified to perform an identified task without assistance or cannot perform the task without assistance. In OJT. or on a piece of equipment. computer based. Technical. the stage at which an individual has gained enough skill. in a duty position or program. support materials needed. or equipment. Field Training. A formal course which results in an airman receiving handson training that prepares the individual to be mission ready at the end of training. Mission Ready Airman (MRA). This training program occurs both during and after the upgrade training process. manpower. Qualification Training (QT). or aid qualification. operator. Initial Skills Training.CFETP 2A5X1 External Evaluation. Results are used to determine negative trends so corrective action can be implemented. Qualification Training Package (QTP). such as money. Occupational Survey Report (OSR). Hands-on. over-the-shoulder training conducted to qualify/certify personnel in both upgrade (skill level award) and job qualification (duty position certification) training. Go/No-Go Level. A formal AETC course control document which lists objectives to be accomplished in the preferred sequence of instruction. that precludes desired training from being accomplished. and the apportionment of training time. It is designed to provide the performance skill/knowledge training required to do the job. Special or regular on-site training conducted by a Training Detachment (TD) or by a Mobile Training Team (MTT). time. Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC). Graduate Assessment Survey GAS). Air National Guard (ANG) graduates of initial skill type 3. and other training that either a training detachment (TD) or field training team (FTT) conducts at operational locations on specific systems and associated direct-support equipment for maintenance and aircrew personnel. Field Technical Training (Type 4). Actual hands-on task performance training designed to qualify an airman in a specific duty position. 4 and 5 courses. It may be printed. A formal course of instruction that results in award of a 3-skill level. facilities. A web-based survey to gather supervisory feedback on Air Force. Acquisition and analysis of data from outside the training environment to evaluate/determine the graduate‘s ability to perform tasks required in the career field. 3 . or in other audiovisual media. Resource deficiencies. On-the-Job Training. An instructional package designed for use at the unit to qualify.

and so on in determining a unit‘s training capability. It also serves as a contract between AETC and the functional user to show which of the overall training requirements for an AFS are taught in initial skills training. Standard. or common consent to serve as a reference. model. A forum of Air Force (AF) and MAJCOM career field functional managers. The ability of a unit or base to provide training. study reference materials. a physical entity. See Certification Official. A trained and qualified person who teaches airmen to perform specific tasks through OJT methods. and AETC training personnel that determines career ladder training requirements for an designated AFS.CFETP 2A5X1 Specialty Training Standard. Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). Upgrade Training (UGT). An exact value. custom. 4 . career development courses (CDCs). An Air Force publication that describes an AFS in terms of tasks and knowledge an airman may be expected to perform or to know on the job. Task Certifier. Also. Training Capability. or evaluating results. equipment that the trainer uses to teach airmen specified tasks. A fixed quantity or quality. qualified trainers. Authorities consider the availability of equipment. Trainer. establishing practices or procedures. and seven-level resident courses. or rule in measuring quantities or qualities. Mandatory training that leads to attainment of higher level of proficiency and award of an AFSC Utilization and Training Workshop (U&TW). or an abstract concept. established and defined by authority.

non-resident.3. conduct. and proficiency requirements. 1. or exportable courses. 1. They will also work with the AFCFM to develop acquisition strategies for obtaining resources needed to provide the identified training. supervisors and trainers to plan. The CFETP has several purposes. Each individual will complete the mandatory training requirements specified in this plan. Uses of the CFETP. upgrade. It is designed to provide the performance skills/knowledge required to do the job. The lists of courses in Part II will be used as a reference to support training. This CFETP provides the information necessary for Air Force Career Field Manager (AFCFM). Proficiency training is additional training.2. provided to personnel to increase their skills and knowledge beyond the minimum required for upgrade. Identifies task and knowledge training requirements for each skill level in the specialty and recommends education/training throughout each phase of an individual‘s career. 2. Qualification training is actual hands-on task performance training designed to qualify an airman in a specific duty position.1. which impact full implementation of the desired career field training process. Also. field and exportable training based on requirements established by the users and documented in Part II of the CFETP. advanced and proficiency training. 1. 5-.3. either in-residence or exportable advanced training courses. Serves as a management tool to plan. during and after the upgrade training process. Lists training courses available in the specialty. Initial skills training is the AFS specific training an individual receives upon entry into the Air Force or upon retraining into this specialty for award of the 3-skill level. MFMs will ensure their training programs complement the CFETP mandatory initial. and evaluate a career field training program.1.GENERAL INFORMATION 1. manage and conduct an effective career field training program. Advanced training is formal specialty training used for selected airmen. it is used to help supervisors identify training at the appropriate point in an individual's career. training managers. This plan outlines the training that individuals in AFSC 2A5X1 should receive in order to develop and progress throughout their career. task qualification requirements and correspondence course completion requirements for award of the 3-. This CFETP identifies initial skill. or on-the-job training. The plan will be used by MFMs and supervisors at all levels to ensure comprehensive and cohesive training programs are available for each individual in the specialty. upgrade. Purpose. including: 1. qualification. Upgrade training identifies the mandatory courses. commanders. Identifies major resource constraints. manage.4. resident training. Identified requirements can be satisfied by OJT. contract training. identifies sources of training. MAJCOM developed training to support this AFSC must be identified for inclusion into this CFETP. 7. MAJCOM functional managers (MFMs).2.CFETP 2A5X1 SECTION A . 2.and 9-skill levels. 5 . 2. 2. This training is conducted at various locations by AETC. develop. and the training delivery method. This training program occurs. AETC training personnel will develop/revise formal resident.

Advises on problems maintaining aircraft and related SE. The AFCFM is the approval authority. Inventories and inspects alternate mission equipment. aligns. and services aircraft. production effectiveness. Refer to ECD. Interprets inspection findings and advises on maintenance procedures to repair aircraft and related equipment. Prepares aircraft for movement to and from storage. Supervises and assists in launching and recovering aircraft.1. develop. manage and conduct an effective training program. inspects and checks serviceability of powered and non-powered SE. Removes disabled aircraft. tire wear. Duties and Responsibilities. Inspects for fuel leaks. Coordinates and adjusts individual and unit daily maintenance plans.2. It is essential that everyone involved in training do their part to plan. 1. Adequate training and timely progression from the apprentice to the superintendent skill level play an important role in the Air Force's ability to accomplish its mission. Stores and prepares aircraft for shipment. Coordination and Approval of the CFETP. repairs. Operates. and performs crash recovery. Performs staff and supervisory management functions. Specialty Descriptions. maintains. Checks installed components for proper operation. 2. 1. Also. SECTION B . corrosion. systems. and related equipment. Using the list of courses in Part II. Performs crew chief functions. Reviews maintenance data collection summaries to determine trends. 1. 1. inspects.2. The guidance provided in this part of the CFETP will ensure each individual 6 . they will eliminate duplicate training.CFETP 2A5X1 3. Accomplishes engine maintenance and ground handling tasks. and balances rotor systems.1.2. Troubleshoots. tracks.2. Inspects and functionally checks aircraft structures and systems. 1. Rigs.2. Ensures compliance with maintenance management directives. Career Skill Progression. Data derived from the Enlisted Classification Directory (ECD). MAJCOM representatives and AETC training personnel will identify and coordinate on the career field training requirements.CAREER PROGRESSION AND INFORMATION 1. skin damage. Inspects. Maintains aircraft forms and records. and cracks on aircraft. Prepares and maintains inspection and maintenance records.2. and areas requiring corrective action.3. Adjusts. the AFCFM will initiate an annual review of this document to ensure currency and accuracy. Disassembles aircraft for shipment and reassembles. and services aircraft and Support Equipment (SE). and calibrates aircraft systems. repairs. Performs and supervises aircraft maintenance (2A5X1) functions and activities. 1.4. Initiates technical order deficiency and product quality deficiency reports. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 160000. Specialty Summary. Uses emergency recovery equipment. Uses technical orders to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on airframe and engine related systems.

1.CFETP 2A5X1 2. Students then enter an aircraft-specific training course and receive expanded aircraft systems and task training resulting in the award of apprentice skill level. Sheppard AFB TX. Individuals will use their CDCs to prepare for testing under the Weighed Airman Promotion System (WAPS). quality assurance. Training decisions for this CFETP were made at the December 2007 U&TW and currency is maintained through annual reviews and at recurring U&TWs. Maintenance Data Collection (MDC). resources and personnel management should be pursued through continuing education. task certifier. where. manpower. A craftsman can expect to fill various supervisory and management positions such as expediter. Training Decisions. Following Basic Military Training. Exportable aircraft specific courses and MAJCOM/unit management courses are also available. and various staff positions. Initial Skills. initial skills training will be provided in resident courses at the 82d Training Wing. when promoted to TSgt. The CFETP uses a building block approach (simple to complex) to encompass the entire spectrum of training requirements for the Aerospace Maintenance career field.1. This non-aircraft specific course is the fundamental training for all fixed wing aircraft maintenance apprentices. Upon completion of CDC 2A551 and Air Force core task qualifications. The curriculum includes general subjects such as safety. They should also consider continuing their education toward a CCAF degree. Apprentice (3) Level. The spectrum includes a strategy for when. hand tools. Additional higher education and completion of courses outside their career AFSC are also encouraged. Five-levels may be assigned job positions such as aircraft dedicated crew chief.3. and generic aircraft systems to include inspection and servicing.2. Additional higher education and completion of courses outside their career AFSC are also recommended. production supervisor. flight chief. and various staff NCOIC jobs. Individuals promoted to SMSgt will attend the Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy. skill in troubleshooting. Once upgraded to the 5-level. Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS). Additional training in the areas of budget. students must complete the Aircraft Maintenance Fundamentals Course at Sheppard AFB. The strategy must be apparent and affordable to reduce duplication of training and eliminate a disjointed approach to training. Trainees will utilize the 2A551 CDC and task qualification training to progress in their career field. Aerospace Ground Equipment (AGE). assistant crew chief.4. the Journeyman will enter into continuation training to broaden their experience base by increasing their knowledge. Superintendent (9) Level. and how to meet the training requirements. shift leader. Craftsman (7) Level. 3. 2. technical orders. individuals will attend the Noncommissioned Officer Academy. These courses will lay the foundation for additional training at the graduate‘s first duty assignment. In addition. and various staff positions. 2. and solving more complex problems. aero repair. element chief. hardware. 2. A 9-level can be expected to fill positions such as flight NCOIC. The specific training accomplished and where the training is accomplished is shown in each weapons-specific matrix in Part II of the CFETP. Journeyman (5) Level. A certified task means 7 . TX. First. Tasks identified for training to the 3c proficiency level are also certified to this level within the course. 3. the trainee will complete any other available duty position training. Seven-levels should take courses or obtain added knowledge on management of resources and personnel. Five levels can be considered for appointment as unit trainers.

and Military Studies. 3.15 Technical Education. To upgrade to the 7-level.1. and signed off by. The training program will identify both mandatory and optional training requirements. or General Education Total………………………………………………………………………………………54 8 . 4. 3. Management. MAJCOMs must develop a continuation training program that ensures individuals in the Aerospace Maintenance career field receive the necessary training at the appropriate point in their career. The purpose of continuation training is to provide additional training. Seven Level Upgrade Requirements. exceeding minimum upgrade training requirements.…5 Program Elective…………………………………………………………………………. Higher education and advanced certification is a personal choice that is encouraged for the professional development of the entire Enlisted Force. task training and certification will be accomplished by. 3.3. Management. 4. Proficiency/Continuation Training..……24 Leadership. To upgrade to the 5-level. Normally. personnel must meet education and training requirements and grade requirements. Additional knowledge and skill requirements. Enrollment in CCAF occurs upon completion of basic military training.. the same instructor per AETCI 36-2203.CFETP 2A5X1 that the individual can complete the task utilizing tech data. personnel must meet educational and training requirements.4. which are not taught through initial skills or upgrade training are accomplished by unit training or TDs. All airmen are automatically entered into the CCAF program.1. but may not meet local standards for speed. Individuals desiring to become an AETC Instructor must possess as a minimum an associate degree or should be actively pursuing an associate degree.………. refer to CCAF catalog for specific programs. The appropriate specialty training standard (STS) within the CFETP will be used for this purpose.4 General Education………………………………………………………………………. and Military Studies…………………………………. with emphasis on present and future duty positions. the 5-level must be awarded and the following requirements must be met: Semester Hours Technical Education…………………………………………………………………. Listed below are some current opportunities: 4.. A degreed faculty is necessary to maintain accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools..6 Physical Education………………………………………………………………… ……. Leadership. CCAF provides the opportunity to obtain an Associate in Applied Sciences Degree. Special Duty Assignment (SDA) requires an AETC Instructor candidate to have a CCAF degree or be within one year of completion (45 semester hours [SH]). Degree Requirements: Prior to completing an associate degree.2. To provide additional training in this area.. Additional off-duty education is a personal choice that is encouraged for all.1 Community College of the Air Force (CCAF). Higher Education and Advanced Certification Opportunities. Five Level Upgrade Requirements.

CCAF manages the AF A&P Certification Program.CFETP 2A5X1 4. Completion of the initial skills resident training at Sheppard AFB satisfies all or part of the technical education requirement. consisting of the instructor methods course and supervised practice teaching. including natural science courses meeting GER application criteria. Management.1.1.maxwell. Occupational Instructor Certification. 4.2.1. and Military Studies. 4. seven Computer Based Training modules. Upon completion of instructor qualification training. 4. Leadership.2. visit CCAF‘s website at https://augateway. 4. Physical Education (4 Semester Hours). 4. Professional military education and/or civilian management courses. Six semester hours of CCAF degree-applicable technical credit otherwise not applicable to this program may be applied. Completing three A&P Specialty Training Courses. AETC Instructor. The DoD established the Joint Service Aviation Maintenance Technician Certification Council (JSAMTCC) to standardize the eligibility and certification process for the military and provide direction and resources necessary to fill the gaps within military training and experience. See the CCAF General Catalog for details regarding the Associates of Applied Science for this specialty.5.6. Applicable courses must meet the criteria for application of courses to the General Education Requirements (GER) and be in agreement with the definitions of applicable General Education subjects/courses as provided in the CCAF General Catalog.4.1.3. Program Elective (15 Semester Hours). This requirement is satisfied by completion of Basic Military Training. CCAF currently awards 30 Semester hours for the FAA A&P certification and 18 Semester hours for the FAA Airframe or Power plant certification.mil/ccaf/certifications/a_and_p/ . 9 . or General Education subjects and courses.1. Management. 4. 4. To learn more and enroll in the program. FAA Airframe and Power plant (A&P) Certification. Leadership. A degreed faculty is necessary to maintain accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Individuals desiring to become an AETC Instructor should be actively pursuing an associate's degree.3. and OJT requirements contained in a Qualification Training Package (QTP) will fill training and experience gaps.4. Technical Education (24 Semester Hours). Satisfied with applicable Technical Education. Air Force aircraft maintenance technicians are eligible to pursue FAA A&P certification based on training and experience in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulation Part 65. General Education (15 Semester Hours). and Military Studies (6 Semester Hours). A minimum of 12 semester hours of technical core subjects and courses must be applied and the remaining semester hours applied from Technical Core or Technical Elective subjects and courses.af. CCAF instructors who possess an associates degree or higher may be nominated by their school commander and commandant for certification as an occupational instructor. Technicians may enroll in the program and begin training once they have been awarded their 5-skill level.

5 years 5 years 24 Years . visit CCAF‘s website at http://www. Upgrade To Craftsman (7-Skill Level) SSgt 7.Minimum 12 months on-the-job training (Minimum 6 months for retrainees) . units and/or work centers with specialized training standardization and certification requirements. CCAF is actively pursuing other license and certification opportunities related to specific career fields.mil/afvecprod/myedp/Users/Home.Must complete course J6AZW2AX5X0F1A or J6AZW2AX5X0B1A Airman Leadership School (ALS) .Resident graduation is a prerequisite for MSgt sew-on (Active Duty Only) MSgt 16 years 8 years 26 Years 10 .Resident graduation is a prerequisite for SSgt sew-on (Active Duty Only) Trainer Certifier .Complete 2A571 and 2AX7X CDC if/when available .af.Qualified and certified to perform the task to be . Other Certification Programs.Must be a TSgt or selected for TSgt .Recommended by their supervisor .Be at least a 5-skill level SSgt or civilian equivalent and trained qualified and certified to perform the task being certified .Be a person other than the trainer except for AFSCs. To learn more about other certification opportunities.CFETP 2A5X1 4.5. Career Field Path: NOTE: For the latest information go to MYEDP at: https://rso.Complete all 5-level core tasks on one MDS .Possess a 2A531(X) AFSC A1C 16 months .Complete appropriate CDC if/when available .Complete all 7-level core tasks on one mission design aircraft .af.Possess 2A551 AFSC .1 Enlisted Career Path Grade Requirements Rank Average Earliest High Year Of Tenure Education and Training Requirements Sew-On Sew-On (HYT) Basic Military Training School Apprentice Technical School (3-Skill Level) Amn 6 months A1C 16 months Upgrade To Journeyman (5-Skill Level) Amn 6 months .mil/au/ccaf/certification. 5.asp.Must complete Air Force Training Course .maxwell.Minimum 15 months on-the-job training.aspx Table 5.Must complete course J6AZW2AX5X0S1A Noncommissioned Officer Academy (NCOA) TSgt 12.my.5 years 3 years 20 Years .Minimum rank of SSgt . duty positions.Must complete Air Force Training Course . SrA 3 years 28 months 12 Years (minimum 9 months for retrainees) .Must be a SrA with 48 months time in service or be selected for SSgt .

Resident graduation is a prerequisite for CMSgt sew-on (Active Duty Only) .Has apprentice completed all appropriate 5-level core tasks identified in the CFETP? .Has journeyman completed mandatory CDCs? . Base/Unit Education and Training Manager Checklist Requirements for Upgrade to: Journeyman .Minimum rank of SMSgt SMSgt 19.Does apprentice possess 2A531(X) AFSC? .Has apprentice completed minimum 15 months UGT (9 months for retrainees) for award of 5-skill level? .5 years 14 years 30 Years Table 5.Has journeyman completed minimum 12 months UGT (6 months for retrainees) for award of 7skill level? TO: Squadron/CC FROM: Unit Training Manager SUBJECT: Upgrade Trainee Trainee is prepared to be upgraded and has completed all training requirements.Possess 2A57X AFSC .2 years 11 years 28 Years CMSgt 21.A percentage of top non-select (for promotion to E-8) MSgts attend the SNCOA each year Upgrade To Superintendent (9-Skill Level) .Has apprentice been recommended by their supervisor? Y N Craftsman . if available? .Has journeyman achieved the rank of SSgt? .CFETP 2A5X1 USAF Senior NCO Academy (SNCOA) .Does journey possess 2A551 AFSC? .Has journeyman completed all core tasks identified in the CFETP? .Has apprentice met mandatory requirements listed in specialty description.2. _______________________ Training Manager _______________________ Supervisor 11 . ECD and CFETP? .Has apprentice completed mandatory CDCs.Must be a SMSgt or selected for SMSgt .

5. Knowledge. The specific tasks and knowledge training requirements are identified in Part II. Specialty Training Standard (STS) and Section A and B of this CFETP. hydraulic principles. 2. For award of AFSC 2A531.SKILL LEVEL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS 1. introduction to maintenance concepts. is mandatory. physics. and disposal of hazardous waste and materials. system components. with courses in mechanics.1.1. use of technical publications. Skill level training requirements in this career field are defined in terms of tasks and knowledge requirements. There is no experience necessary for entry into AFSC 2A531. This training begins with fundamental maintenance training common to all aircraft maintenance apprentices within the specialty.1.1.1. Formal AETC initial skills courses provide the required knowledge and task proficiency training for award of the 3-skill level.CFETP 2A5X1 SECTION C .1. Other.1. Purpose. maintenance documentation. Upon graduation from Basic Military Training.2. Specialty Qualification. 2.1. flight theory.1. Experience. This information is derived from the official specialty description in ECD. general terms and establishes the mandatory requirements for entry. 2. and retention of each skill level. hydraulics. For entry into this specialty normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123. system theory and operation. 2. Specialty Qualification Requirements. and AGE/SE equipment familiarization and use.1.1. technical order use. Knowledge is mandatory of supply procedures.1. Apprentice Level Training (3-Level): 2. component removal and installation. as applicable. This generic phase of training is followed by aircraft-specific maintenance training. electrical theory. completion of high school is desirable. 2. airmen are assigned to the 82d Training Wing. Implementation. award. general flight line maintenance practices.1. 360th Training Squadron to attend formal technical training appropriate to his or her end assignment and type aircraft. For entry into this specialty.1. Training. 2. and proper handling. Training Sources and Resources. maintenance data reporting.4. 2. use. 2.3. 2.2. mechanical principles applying to aircraft. Medical Examination and Standards is mandatory.1.3. This section outlines the specialty qualification requirements for each skill level in broad. and electronics. Education. Section E.1. Training includes fundamental/common maintenance requirements. completion of a suffix specific basic aircraft maintenance course. concepts and application of maintenance directives. 12 .

Upgrade to the 5-level requires completion of the 2A551 CDC and 15 months upgrade training.3. Historical documentation analysis is also required for all 7-levels. 2. The 7-level must be able to supervise and train personnel to maintain 2A5X1 systems.1. The 5-level (2A551) CDC provides the career knowledge training required. Experience. and system component operational checks. For entry into this specialty normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123.2. Knowledge.2. Qualification is required on advanced repair. use. and disposal of hazardous waste and materials IAW federal and local environmental standards. component removal/repair/installation. An individual must be task qualified on aircraft inspections.3. Completion of the 5-level Career Development Course (CDC) and completion of the core tasks specified in the STS.2. and CDCs perform training to the 5-level. inspection.2.5. concepts. Specialty Qualification. Qualification in and possession of AFS 2A531 with appropriate shred is required. In addition to the 5-level qualifications.2.1. Education. and provides more in-depth knowledge to support OJT requirements. ground handling. and organize maintenance to ensure effective utilization of available resources.2. 2. and use and maintenance of test and support equipment. Qualification training and OJT will provide training and qualification on the core tasks identified in the STS. 2.1. component repair. They must be able to plan. Utilize Table 5. The CDC is written to build from the trainee's current knowledge base. exportable courses. However. Supervisor/Training Manager Input.2. Journeyman Level Training (5-Level): 2. 2. Other.2. and powered and non-powered ground SE is required.2. experience in functions such as repairing and maintaining aircraft and systems.CFETP 2A5X1 2. Journeymen perform operational checks.4. 2.1.2.3. progress toward a CCAF Associate‘s Degree is highly encouraged.2. Training. and diagnostic techniques. an individual must possess advanced skills and knowledge of theory. Also.1.1. 13 . 2. Individuals can apply the proper handling. In addition to the 3-level qualifications.2. Craftsman Level Training (7-Level): 2. Implementation. 2. Knowledge. 2. troubleshooting.2 Base/Unit Education and Training Checklist as applicable to facilitate upgrade actions.3.4. Medical Examination and Standards is mandatory. servicing. a 5-level must possess the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain helicopter systems and associated systems.1. Training Sources and Resources. This information is derived from the official specialty description in ECD. There are no formal education requirements for upgrade to 2A551. troubleshooting. 2. The units utilizing this STS. schedule. and principles of aircraft maintenance.1.

an individual must possess advanced skills and knowledge of concepts and principles in the management of aircraft maintenance. The 7-level (2A571) CDCs are written to provide advanced system and management knowledge. Training.4. Education. This information is derived from official specialty description in ECD. In addition to 7-level qualifications.6. For entry into this specialty normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123. 2. There are no additional education requirements beyond those defined for the apprentice level. completion of the advanced and promotion to E-5. 2. Training. The 9-level needs to be an effective leader with the ability to forecast.5.3. 2. experience in functions such as repairing and maintaining aircraft and systems.1. Training Sources and Resources. 2. Completion of CDC 2A571. 2. and to analyze system and component failures and inspection results.1.1.3.3.4. and powered and nonpowered ground SE is required.3. they must be knowledgeable of federal and local environmental standards and ensure adherence to the proper handling and disposal of hazardous materials. Other. CDC 2AX7X is mandatory for upgrade to AFSC 2A571.4.4. Seven-level upgrade training will be completed conducted by certified trainers using AF core tasks and unit/MAJCOM specific courses. evaluating maintenance. 2. progress toward a CCAF Associate‘s Degree is highly encouraged. Qualification in and possession of AFS 2A551 is required. Also. Superintendent Level Training (9-Level): 2.2. 2. Education. 2. 2.3.3.1. An individual must be trained to perform duties at the 9 skill-level to include the following: advanced skills and knowledge of concepts and principles in the management of maintenance efforts on aircraft and aircraft systems to include helicopters and/or tilt rotor aircraft.4. Supervisor/Training Manager Input.7.2. 2. Specialty Qualification. However. budget and manage funds. There are no additional requirements.3. 12 months upgrade training. Utilize Table 5. Also required is the ability to evaluate maintenance. Experience. completion of all core tasks and designated critical tasks.3.2 Base/Unit Education and Training Checklist as applicable to facilitate upgrade actions.CFETP 2A5X1 2. Implementation. interpreting and resolving technical problems. Also. analyzing system and component failures and inspection results. Upgrade to the 7-level requires completion of CDC 2A571 and 2AX7X. efficient management and direction of aerospace repairs to include planning and organizing resources. Units utilizing the STS and CDCs perform training to the 7-level. Knowledge.8.3. interpret and resolve technical problems. Medical Examination and Standards is mandatory.4.1. determining optimum 14 . and troubleshooting skills.

No formal training is required. Qualification training and experience inherent in career specialty job performance are desired sources of training. Also. Experience.4. or directing functions associated with maintaining aircraft or helicopters is mandatory.5. Craftsman Level Training.4. 2. SECTION D .RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS 1. 15 . Implementation.CFETP 2A5X1 management procedures and requirements. Also included in this section are actions required. office of primary responsibility.1. and the management and projection of funds to support maintenance efforts. There are no transition training requirements. This area is reserved. including information such as cost and manpower. and target completion dates. 4. Narrative explanations of each resource constraint and an impact statement describing what effect each constraint has on training are included. Other.1. Journeyman Level Training.4. 2.2. Training Sources and Resources. reviewed and updated annually. The 9-level will be awarded after promotion to SMSgt. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A57X is required.4. No resource constraints identified.3. experience in managing. No resource constraints identified. For entry into this specialty normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123. supervising. Apprentice Level Training. Purpose. 3. as a minimum. 2. This section of the CFETP identifies known resource constraints.4. Medical Examination and Standards is mandatory. Resource constraints will be. No resource constraints identified. which preclude optimum and desired training from being developed or conducted. 2. SECTION E – TRANSITIONAL TRAINING GUIDE. 2.

For tasks that are taught to the ‗3c‘ proficiency level.asp 16 . 912 J Ave. For other courses. Each proficiency coded STS task or knowledge item taught at the technical school is measured through the use of an objective. 5. A detailed listing of initial skills or craftsman course objectives may be obtained by submitting a written request to 360 TRS/TRR. The behavior is the observable portion of the objective (i. The student can also identify why and when a task must be done and why each step is needed. W indicates a comprehensive written test and is used to measure the subject or task knowledge at the end of a block of instruction. The checklist is used by the instructor to document each student‘s progress.e.CFETP 2A5X1 PART II SECTION A – AETC COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. below. Most task performance is taught to the ‗2b‘ proficiency level which means the students can do most parts of the task. Instructor assistance is provided as needed during the progress check. students can do all parts of the task and only require a spot check on completed work (competent). Proficiency Level.my. Training Course Index. on each task. and contact the identified course OPR. 4. 2.e. Review the course objective list to determine which STS item the objective supports.af. and students may be required to repeat all or part of the behavior until satisfactory performance is attained.mil/etcacourses/etcahome. Standards for performance objectives are indicated in the objective and are also indicated on the individual progress check checklist. PC/W indicates a subject or task knowledge progress check and a separate measurement of both knowledge and performance elements using a written test. Course descriptions can be found on line in the Education and Training Course Announcements (ETCA). Review column 4A of the STS to determine the proficiency level of a particular task or knowledge item. TOs. type of equipment. behavior. etc). All objectives using the PC code indicate a progress check is used to measure subject or task knowledge. ―with no more than two instructor assists‖). 3. Each objective uses letter codes(s) to identify how it is measured. Training Course Index. Introduction. Students must satisfactorily complete all PCs prior to taking the written test. 76311-2520. perform an operational check). Sheppard AFB TX. Objective Standard. but does need assistance on the hardest parts of the task (partially proficient). The URL for ETCA is: https://rso. The condition is the setting in which the training takes place (i. AETC course objectives and associated information are published in the Plan of Instruction (POI) for each of the courses identified in Section C. Course Objective Listing. The standard is the level of performance that is measured to ensure the STS proficiency code level is attained (i. and standard that states what is expected of the student for each task. Review the proficiency code key in Part II. below. Objective Measurement. Each objective is comprised of a condition. The standard for written examinations is 70%.e. The student can also determine step-by-step procedures for doing the task. refer to Section C. Section A of this CFETP for an explanation of the proficiency codes. An objective is a written instruction for the student so he or she knows what is expected of them to successfully complete training on each task.

DE Sheppard AFB. TX Dover AFB. Purpose. TX Sheppard AFB. TX 76311-2520 DSN 736-1484 2. TX Tinker AFB. CA (TD) 17 .TRAINING COURSE INDEX 1. TX Whiteman AFB.SUPPORT MATERIAL There are currently no support material requirements. This section of the CFETP identifies training courses available for the 2A5X2 specialty and shows how the courses are used by each MAJCOM in their career field training programs.CFETP 2A5X1 SECTION B . TX Little Rock AFB. Air Force In-resident Courses: 2A531A 2A531B 2A531B 2A531C 2A531C 2A531D 2A531D 2A531D 2A531E 2A531E 2A531E 2A531E 2A531E 2A531F 2A531G 2A531G 2A531G 2A531H 2A531H 2A531H C-9 C-130 C-130 C-5 C-5 C-17 C-17 C-17 B-1B B-1B B-1B B-2 B-2 B-52 C-135 E-3 E-3 KC-10 KC-10 KC-10 J3AQR2A531A005A J3AQR2A531B017A J3ABP2A531B017A J3AQR2A531C004A J3ABP2A531C04B J3AQR2A531D007A J3ABP2A531DC07A J3ABP2A531DM07A J3AQR2A531E001A J3ABP2A531ED01A J3ABP2A531EE01A J3AQR2A531E002A J3ABP2A531E002A J3ABR2A531F003A J3ABR2A531G018A J3AQR2A531G022A J3ABP2A531G022B J3AQR2A531H031A J3ABP2A531HM31B J3ABP2A531HT31T Sheppard AFB. contact the OPR as indicated: OPR: 360 TRS/TRR 913 J Avenue Sheppard AFB. AR Sheppard AFB. For further information on the 2A5X1 courses. WA (TD) Sheppard AFB. TX (TD) Ellsworth AFB SD (TD) Sheppard AFB. TX Sheppard AFB. OK (TD) Sheppard AFB. TX Dyess AFB. This area is reserved. TX Sheppard AFB. SECTION C . TX McGuire AFB. MO (TD) Sheppard AFB. NJ (TD) Travis AFB. SC (TD) McChord AFB. TX Charleston AFB.

UT 84056-5805 DSN 777-7830/8741 362 TRS/TRR 613 10th Avenue Sheppard AFB.au.af. TX 76311-2520 DSN 736-1484 or 736-5205 COURSE NUMBER CDC 2A551 (4 Volumes) CDC 2A571 (2 Volumes) CDC 2AX7X (2 Volumes) COURSE TITLE Aerospace Maintenance Journeyman Aerospace maintenance Craftsman Aircraft Maintenance OPR 360 TRS 360 TRS 362 TRS USER USAF USAF USAF 4. Air Force Institute for Advanced Distributed Learning (AFIADL) Courses (website: http://www. Video) (Downloadable via ICMS) Joint Oil Analysis (JOAP) (CD ROM) (Downloadable via ICMS) Helicopter Weight and Balance IMDS for Flightline IMDS for Backshop IMDS for Supervisors OPR 367 TRS 367 TRS 367 TRS 367 TRS 362 TRS 362 TRS 362 TRS 362 TRS USER USAF USAF USAF USAF USAF USAF USAF USAF 18 . Exportable Courses: OPRs: 367 TRS 6058 Aspen Ave Hill AFB.CFETP 2A5X1 3.mil/au/afiadl/ OPRs: 360 TRS/TRR 913 J Avenue Sheppard AFB. TX 76311-2852 DSN 736-1825 The 367 TRS course catalogue can be ordered from the above DSN COURSE NUMBER C5AKM00TVT0001 C5AKM00TVT001 Z6AKM00TVT007 C2ADU00TCB9638 J6ANW2AXXX0W1A J6AZW2AX5X0F1A J6AZW2AX5X0B1A J6AZW2AX5X0S1A COURSE TITLE Safety and Radio Frequency (RF) Radiation Cold Weather Safety (Downloadable via ICMS) Aircraft Corrosion Control (CD-ROM.

if desired.asp?Tab=0&FolderID=OO-ED-AM-912&Filter=OO-ED-AM-91 Note: Access to MAF MCL requires membership in the AMC Maintenance Training CoP. Exemptions: 2. V5.af.MAJCOM UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS 1. specialty-wide training requirements.2. Lists in the Column 1 (Task. commanders. 19 . and/or supervisors may require trainees to complete core task training on additional mission design aircraft. and 7-skill level. As a minimum. 2. refer to the AMC mandatory course list at the following URL: https://afkm.mil/ASPs/docman/DOCMain.mil/ASPs/docman/DOCMain. Core tasks identified with an *R are optional for the AFRC and the ANG. A-10) aircraft. Units that use IMDS do not need to complete GO81 CBT core task.wpafb.g. An asterisk (*) before the number indicates a wartime course objective. and technical references (TR) necessary for airmen to perform duties in the 3-. and Technical Reference) the most common tasks. Units that use the GO81 maintenance data collection system do not need to complete Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS) Computer Based Training (CBT) core tasks. Implementation. As prescribed in AFI 36-2201. refer to the ACC mandatory course list at the following URL: https://afkm. unit commanders. For CAF unique requirements. Core tasks that are not applicable to base assigned aircraft or equipment are not required for upgrade (units are not required to send personnel TDY for core task training).2. 2. Knowledge.CFETP 2A5X1 SECTION D . MFMs. certification on all AFCFM directed core tasks applicable to the specialty must be completed for skill level upgrade. 5-. Flightline-assigned personnel must complete backshop core tasks and vice versa.1. For units with more than one mission design (e.2. These Specialty Training Standard (STS) attachments will be used for technical training provided by AETC for classes beginning after January 2009. SECTION E—SPECIALTY TRAINING STANDARD 1. This requirement will remain in effect until GO81 and IMDS are converted to Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS). For MAF unique requirements.1.asp?Tab=0&FolderID=OO-TE-AC-422&Filter=OO-TE-AC-42 2.2. 3. When designated. 2. certify these critical tasks using normal core task certification procedures. trainees must still complete all core tasks relevant to at least one mission design aircraft. MAJCOM Functional Managers. Identifies in Column 2 (Core Tasks) by asterisk (*). If some of these core tasks involve training in another unit on base. Purpose. 2. upgrade trainees need only complete core tasks on a single mission design.wpafb.af. All units are bound by the requirements in this CFETP and will accommodate core task trainees from other units. knowledge. and supervisors may designate additional critical tasks as necessary. this STS: 2.

For OJT. TX. 4. Document and certify completion of training IAW AFI 36-2201. day or night. When used as a JQS. by Senior NCOs with extensive practical experience in their career fields. timeliness. and used according to AFI 36-2201. Shows formal training and correspondence course requirements. STS. anytime. Airman Promotion Program. A guide for development of promotion tests used in the Weighted Airman Promotion System (WAPS). Questions are based upon study references listed in the WAPS catalog. "Go" means the individual can perform the task without assistance and meets local requirements for accuracy. Recommendations. transcribing of all training records to this CFETP STS is mandatory. Specialty Knowledge Tests (SKTs) are developed at the USAF Occupational Measurement Squadron. All AFJQSs and previous CFETPs are replaced by this CFETP. Individual responsibilities are in AFI 36-2502. 3. WAPS is not applicable to the Air National Guard or Air Force Reserve. Use of Part II and attachments one and two of this CFETP are mandatory in individual training records.1.CFETP 2A5X1 2. Attachment 1 contains the proficiency code key used to indicate the level of training and knowledge provided by resident training and career development courses. The STS becomes a job qualification standard (JQS) for onthe-job training when placed in AF Form 623. Report unsatisfactory performance of individual course graduates to the AETC Training Manager at 360 TRS/TRR. Use this CFETP STS (or automated STS) to identify and certify all past and current qualifications. 6. DSN 736-1484 or 736-55205. Column 4 (Proficiency Codes) shows the proficiency to be demonstrated on the job by the graduate as result of training on the task/knowledge and the career knowledge provided by the correspondence course.V3. utilizing IMDS or G081 reflecting this STS is highly encouraged. 4. 763112520. Qualitative Requirements. and correct procedures. The tests sample knowledge of STS subject matter areas judged by test development team members as most appropriate for promotion to higher grades. 5. the following requirements apply: 4.1 Documentation. Sheppard AFB. therefore. 20 .4. Job Qualification Standard.1. Please reference specific STS paragraphs. V3. 913 J Avenue. Transcribing from Old CFETP to New CFETP. the tasks in column 1 are trained and qualified to the go/no go level. Document and certify all previous and current training IAW AFI 36-2201. Automated records. Individual Training Record.

5. Proficiency Code Key (Mandatory in records with CFETP Part I and Part II. Installations & Mission Support 24 Attachments 1. 4. 11. USAF DCS/Logistics. 22. 18. 2.CFETP 2A5X1 BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE OFFICIAL LOREN M. Section A) 2A5X1 Common Requirements (Mandatory) B-1 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) B-2 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) B-52 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) C-130 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) C-130J Qualitative Requirements (Optional) C-135 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) C-17 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) C-5 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) C-9 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) E-3/E-8 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) KC-10 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) E-4/VC-25 Qualitative Requirements (Optional) B-1 Training Matrix (Not used in training records) B-2 Training Matrix (Not used in training records) B-52 Training Matrix (Not used in training records) C-130 Training Matrix (Not used in training records) C-135 Training Matrix (Not used in training records) C-17 Training Matrix (Not used in training records) C-5 Training Matrix (Not used in training records) E-3/E-8 Training Matrix (Not used in training records) KC-10 Training Matrix (Not used in training records) 2AX7X 7-level CDC requirements (Not used in training records) 21 . 13 14. 6. 24. 17. RENO Lieutenant General. 20. 19. 9. 8. 15 16. 10. 21. 23. 12. 7. 3.

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tools. . (highly proficient) Can name parts. X This mark is used in course columns to show that training is required but not given due to limitations in resources Note: All tasks and knowledge items shown with a proficiency code are trained during wartime. (facts) Can identify relationship of basic facts and state general principles about the subject. isolate. Needs to be told or shown how to do most of the task. 23 (Attachment 1) . First.PROFICIENCY CODE KEY STS 2A5X1 This Block Is For Identification Purposes Only Name Of Trainee Printed Name (Last. (advanced theory) Can identify basic facts and terms about the subject. / This mark is used in course columns to show that training is provided to a level lower than required due to limitations in resources. 2b/X etc. (analysis) Can evaluate conditions and make proper decisions about the subject. (Example: b and 1b) ** A subject knowledge scale value is used alone to define a level of knowledge for a subject not directly related to any specific task. (procedures) Can identify why and when the task must be done and why each step is needed. (evaluation) *Task Knowledge Levels **Subject Knowledge Levels Explanations * A task knowledge scale value may be used alone or with a task performance scale value to define a level of knowledge for a specific task. Can tell or show others how to do the task. (3c/b. and resolve problems about the task. (partially proficient) Can do all parts of the task. (operating principles) Can predict. (principles) Can analyze facts and principles and draw conclusions about the subject. Needs only help on hardest parts. 2b/b. (nomenclature) Can determine step by step procedures for doing the task.This mark is used alone instead of a scale value to show that no proficiency training is provided in courses or CDCs. (competent) Can do the complete task quickly and accurately. or for a subject common to several tasks. Middle Initial) Initials (Written) Last 4 of SSAN Printed Name Of Training/Certifying Official And Written Initials N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I N/I Proficiency Code Key Scale Value Definition: The individual 1 Task Performance Levels 2 3 4 a b c d A B C D Can do simple parts of the task.). Needs only a spot check of completed work. (extremely limited) Can do most parts of the task. and simple facts about the task.

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6.3. Turbine.1. Tasks. applicable AFOSH Standards.2. tools and hardware necessary to properly perform maintenance are integrated throughout training.3. Lubricants A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B A B A A - - - - - 25 (Attachment 2) .3. Hot brakes A2. Progression in career ladder 2A5X1 A2.3.3. Cleaning Agents A2.2.9. A2. inspection requirements. and rotor plane of rotation A2.11.2.2. Ground handling of aircraft A2.3.3.2. Solvents A2.2.3.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.3.3. propeller. High intensity sound A2.2. Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft maintenance TR: AFI 11-218.3. Engine air intake and exhaust A2. Radio frequency radiation A2.1.1.1.4. use of aircraft equipment.3. Housekeeping consistent with safety of personnel and equipment A2. AFOSH STD 91-100.3. OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) VULNERABILITY OF AFSC 2A5X1 TR: AFI 10-1101 A2.1. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. applicable aircraft TOs A2. TO 1-1-691 and 00-25-172 A2.10.2.2.3. Duties of AFS 2A5X1 A2.2. Items marked *R identify a core task that is optional for AFRC and ANG.8.2.2.2. Use of tools and equipment A2. NOTE 2: All tasks/knowledge items taught in the initial skills course will be taught in wartime initial skills courses.2. NOTE 4: All applicable safety requirements. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.3.7. AF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (AFOSH) PROGRAM TR: AFI 91-301. TOs/corrosion/FOD. CAREER LADDER PROGRESSION TR: Air Force Enlisted Classification Directory A2. Servicing aircraft systems A2. Core 3.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials NOTE 1: Users are responsible for annotating training references pending STS revision. NOTE 3: Items in column 2 marked with an asterisk (*) are the core tasks for either the 5 or 7 skill level and are required for upgrade.2.

00-201. TO system A2.3. Air Force manuals and instructions A2.3.4.2. REFERENCES. Dropped Object prevention program A2.3. Tasks. Operate A2. & INSTRUCTIONS TR: 37-160 Vol 1.3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.3.4.2. Core 3.4. Perform pre-use inspection A2. Composite materials A2. MAINTENANCE DIRECTIVES.3. Use technical orders A2.5. Use A2.1.5.3.3. SUPERVISION TR: AFI 21-101 * * A A A - B - - - 2b b b B B - - - A - - - - B - - A A - B B - - - A - - - A A 2b - B B B - - 26 (Attachment 2) .4.3.13.2.2.2.3. TOs 00-5-1. Hazard communication training program A2.7. AFOSH STD 91100 A2.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.6.2.3. Hazardous chemicals TR: AFI 90-821 A2.1.3. Foreign Object Damage (FOD) prevention program TR: AFI 21-101 A2. AF Form 1492 TR: AFI 21-101. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2. Portable ground fire extinguishers TR: AFI 32-2001.3.15. Position A2.2.3.3.6.1. Maintenance resource management A2.3.6.12.3.3.3.3. A2.6.4.3.14.3. TO improvement reporting A2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.4. TO 00-25-172 A2. Aircraft explosive equipment A2. High pressure gasses A2. Disposal A2.4.

Performance standards A2.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.6. Counsel personnel and resolve individual problems A2.5.5.5.5. Supervise personnel accomplishing maintenance A2.6.7.4. Work methods A2.5.1.2.4.4. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.8.5.6.3.6. MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT TR: AFI-21-101 A2. Counsel trainees on training progress A2.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.6. Basic functions within maintenance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - - B - - 27 (Attachment 2) .6.5. Core 3.4. Work controls A2.5. Plan and supervise OJT A2.7. Prepare AF Form 797 A2.7.2. Tasks.5.6.2.1.6.3.5. Plan work schedules A2. Document training records A2.3.4. AFI 36-2503 A2. AFI 36-2232 A2. Evaluate effectiveness of training programs A2.1.5. Establish A2. Schedule maintenance A2.7. TRAINING TR: AFI 36-2201. Evaluate personnel for training A2. Resolve technical problems encountered by subordinates A2. Management of training A2.5. Evaluate work performance of subordinate personnel TR: AFI 36-2403 A2.6. Initiate action to correct substandard personnel TR: AFI 36-2907.6.5. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.

4. G0-81 on-line help screens A2.4. 00-20-2 Applicable aircraft –06 Work Unit Code Manuals. Aircraft and supporting maintenance records A2. Document AFTO Form 781K A2.2.10.8.8.8. Maintenance incident investigation and prevention A2.7.8.5.5.7.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Document other AFTO 781 series forms A2.7. Vol 2 A2. Document AFTO Form 350 A2.7. Base resource functions/interactions TR: AFI 65-601. TO 00-20-1.2.6.7.7. Determine Aircraft Status TR AFI 21-103 A2.7.8. Maintenance accountability A2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2. I Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS) online help screens.2.2.8. Automated Forms A2.8.2.8.8. Budget management A2.2.8.2.9. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Document AFTO Form 781H A2. Document AFTO Form 781J A2. Document DD Form 2026 (JOAP) TR: TO 33-1-37-1 A2.8.2. Personnel management and Interaction A2.2. Document AFTO Form 781A A2.8.7.1. Core 3.3. IMDS * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - A B - - A A 2b 2b 2b 2b a 1b - B - - - 28 (Attachment 2) .8.8.2.2.7. Tasks.8.8. MAINTENANCE DATA DOCUMENTATION (MDD) TR: AFI 21-101.6. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. MDD Fundamentals A2. Resource management A2.1.3. Document AFTO Form 244/245 A2.3.2. Purpose A2.2.

5.8.3.5.2.1.8. Purpose A2.2.2.4.8.8.8.3.8. Historical records A2.3.1. Use IMDS A2.9.8.5. Defer maintenance event A2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.9.2. TOs 1-1A-8. Purpose A2.4.8.3.8. Defer maintenance event A2.2.series TOs as applicable A2.2. Create maintenance event A2.9.1.8. Tasks.2.9. MAINTENANCE MATERIALS/TOOLS TR:AFI 21-101. Hardware A B - - A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b B - - - - - - - A - B - - - 29 (Attachment 2) . Select/use restraint harness (e.3.4. Access JDD A2.3.3.8.8.3. Select and use special tools A2.5.4..9. Access JDD A2.2. Schedule maintenance event A2.8. 1-1-691 and 32. Job data documentation (JDD) A2. Process PMEL Equipment A2.3. Purpose A2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Close maintenance event A2.6.3.8. Core 3.7.4.2.8.g. Use GO-81 A2.4.8. GO-81 A2.3.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4. 1-1A-14.8.3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.4.1.9.4.3.8. Tool control A2. Schedule maintenance event A2. Close maintenance event A2. Create maintenance event A2.6.4.4. fall protection/prevention equipment) A2.2.

Securing devices A2.12.9.13.9.4. Core 3.2.1.13.2. Select and use A2. Cleaning agents TR: TO 1-1-691 A2. Connect/disconnect A2.13.7.5.9. Purpose A2.13.9.7.9.9.1.9.9.9. AFI 21-101.7.13.9.9.9. Sealants A2.7. Install/remove cotter pins A2. Remove/install common hardware A2.9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.6.9. Select and use torque wrench A 2b B - - - A 2b B - - - A 2b 2b A A A A B B B B B - - A 2b - - - A 2b 2b 2b B B - - 30 (Attachment 2) . Purpose A2.5. Purpose A2.9.9. Purpose A2.2. Lubricants A2.5.9.9.9. Tasks.series TOs as applicable A2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.3.1.10. Measuring tools TR: Applicable AFOSH Standards. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.11.9.3. Electrical connectors A2. Use multi-meter A2. Select and use ruler A2. 32. Adhesives A2. Common hand tools TR: Applicable AFOSH Standards.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.4.2.12.6.9.9.12.8.7. Install/remove safety cable A2. Purpose A2. Select and use thickness gauge A2. Install/remove safety wire A2. 32.6.2.9.9.1.13.series TOs as applicable A2.

00-20-3 A2.11.10.11. RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUPPLY TR: AFI 21-101.4. Ordering parts A2. Prepare repairable and serviceable parts for turn-in A2.6. TO 1-1B-50 and applicable aircraft TOs A2.11. 1577 and 1577-2 TR: AFMAN 23-110.4.1.10. Special requisition (GPC.2. DD Forms 1574.7.3. Core 3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. 1576.11.10.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Corrosion identification A2.1. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Tasks. Pt 1 A2. Maintain equipment accounts A2.10.10.9.2. Local purchase) A2.10.11. Aircraft cleaning A2. TO 00-25-172. Select and use micrometer A2.3.3.10.5. Inventory aircraft equipment TR: AFI 21-101 A2. Determine weight and balance requirements A2. Warranty programs TR: TO 00-35D-54. Corrosion control program TR: TO 1-1-691 A2.10.13. 1575. Maintenance supply concept A2. AFOSH STD 91100.10. AFMAN 23-110 A2. Deficiency reporting TR: TO 00-35D-54 A2. V1. Corrosion treatment - - - - A A - B B B A B - - - B - - - B - - - - - - - A - - A A A B B B - - 31 (Attachment 2) . DIFM Control A2. AIRCRAFT GENERAL TR: AFI 11-218.4.10.4.8.10.11.2.11.9.10.4. Process request for local manufacture of parts A2. Safe aircraft for maintenance A2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.11.6.1.

12.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Landing gear proximity sensors A2.8. Crash recovery A2.1. 42C-1-2S-2 A2.11.4.3. Cargo door and ramps A2. Lubrication methods A2. Remove/install airframe panels A2.11.11.11. Core 3.3. Structure A2. Aircraft marshalling TR: AFI 11-218 A2.11.12.2. Aircraft guarded switches A2. Aircraft inspection concepts/types TR: TO 00-20-1 A2.12.7. Tasks.9. AIRFRAME TR: Applicable aircraft TOs A2. Remove and replace covers A2.11. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.11.15.10. Principles of ground handling A2.11.5. Deice aircraft: TR: TO 42C-1-2S-2 A2. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.4. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Operational check A2. Debrief aircrews A2.6.11.5.13. Weapons bay components * A A A 2b - B B B - - B - - - - - - - - A - A A A - - - - - B A 1b - B A A - - 32 (Attachment 2) .11.12.11.12. Inspect airframe structural components A2.16.12. Aircraft Battle Damage Repair (ABDR) TR: 1-1H-39 A2.12.2.11.O. Perform inclement/cold weather procedures TR: T.11.12. Design/function/proper identification A2.12.11.14.1.11.4. Hardness Critical Procedures (HCP) A2.11. Simulate airborne conditions A2.11.12.

14. Service A2.14.3.2.6.3.13. Troubleshoot A2. Core 3.1.2. Tire A2. Brake assembly A2.2.14. Operate flight controls A2.4. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.1.13. Remove/Install A2. UTILITIES TR: Applicable aircraft TOs A2.14.5.2. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Brake bleeding A2. LANDING GEAR TR: Applicable aircraft TOs A2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.14.15.13.1.1.4.14. Teardown/build-up wheel and tire assembly TR: 4T series.1.1. Component identification A2. Air conditioning A2.14. Bleed air A2. System fundamentals A2.3.13.13. System fundamentals A2.3.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4. Troubleshoot A A 1b B B A A A A A A B B B B B 1b 1b 1b 1b A B - - - - - A - - - B 33 (Attachment 2) . Fire/Overheat warning A2.13.1. Liquid cooling A2.3. Wheel and tire assembly A2.13. 4W series TOs A2.13.1.15.15. Oxygen A2.6.13. FLIGHT CONTROLS TR: Applicable aircraft TOs A2.2.13.1. Tasks.1. System fundamentals A2.15.1. Shock Strut A2. Pressurization A2.13.15.5.14.2.1.

2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.16.3. Service A2.18.17.16. Tubing/hoses A2. HYDRAULICS TR: Applicable aircraft TOs A2.1.2.2. System fundamentals A2. Joint Oil Analysis Program A2. Core 3. Remove/install components TR: TO 1-1A-8. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.16.3.16.18. System fundamentals A2. FUELS TR:TO 00-25-172.4.16. Accumulator A2.2.3.16.2. TO 1-1-3 and applicable aircraft TOs A2.2.2.1. Fittings A2. Filter elements A2. Identify fuel leaks A2.16. System fundamentals A2. Use Hydraulic Schematics/diagrams A2.18. ENGINES TR: Applicable aircraft TO A2. Troubleshoot A2.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.17.19.17. Troubleshoot A2. Reservoir A2. ELECTRICAL TR: Applicable aircraft TOs A b B B B A A A B B B B B b b A B - 34 (Attachment 2) .1. Component identification A2.16.17.4.3. Troubleshoot A2. Applicable Acft TOs A2.16.5. Operate system A2.16.17.4. Oil system servicing A2.3.3.5.18. Tasks. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.1.1.18.3.17.16.

20.1. Remove/Install/operate lighting components A2.20.1. Jacking manifold TR: TO 35A2.series as applicable A2. Tasks.4. DC electrical system fundamentals A2.20.20.series as applicable A2.1.2. Purpose and description A2. Self-propelled universal platforms A2. Operate A2.1. Operate A2. Operate A A - B B - - B B A 2b 2b - B B - - A2.3.3.20.1. Aircraft jacks TR: TO 35A2.3. Purpose and description A2.20.1. Oxygen servicing equipment TR: TO 15X-1-1.3.2.1. Troubleshoot A2.20.2.3.19. Mobile maintenance platforms TR: AFOSH STD 91-2. Core 3. TO 35A4.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. 37C2-8. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.20. Use electrical schematics/diagrams A2. Perform pre-use inspection A2.20.19.5.19.2.20.1.19.2.19.2.20.2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Perform pre-use inspection A2.1.20.3.as applicable A 2b 2b B - - - - - - - 35 (Attachment 2) .20.1. AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT TR: AFOSH STD 91-66 as applicable A2.20.4.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.2.3.series as applicable A2.20.2. AC Electrical system fundamentals A2.1.1. Perform pre-use inspection A2. Manually operated platforms A2. Purpose and description A2.20.1.3.

series as applicable A2. Perform pre-use inspection A2.20. Hydraulic test stand TR: TO 33A2. Purpose and description A2.20. Operate A2. Perform pre-use inspection A2.20. Operate A2. Perform pre-use inspection A2.2.series as applicable A2. Purpose and description A2. Diesel driven air compressors TR: TO 34Y1. Tasks.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.1.8. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Perform pre-use inspection A2. Purpose and description A2.1.2. Liquid oxygen (LOX) A2.7.20.4.20.6.8.1.series as applicable A2.7.4. Electric motor driven A B A B A B B A B A B - - - - - 36 (Attachment 2) . Purpose and description A2.3.20.2.5.20.20.5.8. Core 3.3.2.2.1. Lighting equipment TR: TO 35F5.6.20.20. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.20.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.7.6.1. Perform pre-use inspection A2.3.20.20.1.20.1.8. Operate A2.1.2.20. Ground heaters TR: 35E7.8. Operate A2.4.20.4.7.3.20.4.1.5.20.2.3.20.4. Purpose and description A2.4.20.2.2.20.6.5.1. Gaseous oxygen (GOX) A2. Operate A2.20. Operate A2.20.series as applicable A2.20. Perform pre-use inspection A2.1.4. Purpose and description A2.20.2.

Perform pre-use inspection A2.20. Operate A2.20.Series as applicable A2.10. A/M32A-95 Gas turbine compressor TR: TO 35D12-series as applicable A2.3.10.2.20.20.10.10.9. Tasks.8.2.9.10.1.20.20.1.3. Purpose and description A2. Purpose and description A2.1.10.9.10.20. Operate A2.20.2. Operate A2.3.20.20.series as applicable A2.20.2.11.1.2.11.2.20. Operate A2. Core 3.1.2.10.10.3.10.10.3.20. Tow bar TR: Applicable aircraft TOs A2.20.series as applicable A2.20.3.1.3. Connect/disconnect - - - - A - B - - - A 2b 2b B - - - A 2b 2b B - - - A 2b 2b B - - - - - - - 37 (Attachment 2) . A/M32A-60 Gas turbine generator set/gas turbine compressor TR: TO 35D12. Perform pre-use inspection A2.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Purpose and description A2. Perform pre-use inspection A2.3.20. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.10. Air conditioning units TR: TO 35E9.1. Purpose and description A2.10.20. Diesel driven generator sets TR: TO 35C2. Ground generator sets/gas turbine compressors A2.11. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.20.2.2.20. Engine driven A2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.2. Perform pre-use inspection A2.20.3.1. Perform pre-use inspection A2.20.1.9.

16. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2. Tasks.1. Liquid nitrogen servicing equipment TR: TO 35D3.20. Perform pre-use inspection A2.20. Tow vehicles TR: TO 36A10.2.20. Oil servicing carts TR: TO 35A17.20.20. Purpose and description A2.16.13.20.15. Operate A2.20.20.13. Purpose and description A2. Perform pre-use inspection A2.2.17.20.20. Operate - B - - A 2b 2b B - - - - B - - - - B - - - A - B - - - A - B - - - 38 (Attachment 2) . Purpose and description A2.17.20.16.20.1.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.20. Purpose and description A2.14.20.12.1.17.20.20. Operate A2.15.2. Gaseous nitrogen servicing equipment TR: TO 35D3. Perform pre-use inspection A2.series as applicable A2.3. Self-generating nitrogen equipment TR: TO 35D29-7-6-1 A2.20. Perform pre-use inspection A2.13.2.1.15.20.3.15.20.3.13. Hydraulic servicing carts TR: TO 35D29 Series as applicable A2. Operate A2. Core 3.series as applicable A2. Purpose and description A2.series as applicable A2.3.20.14. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.1. Operate A2.14.14.3.16.20.series as applicable A2.17. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2. Perform pre-use inspection A2.

Engine stands and dollies TR: 35D3.20. Operate A2. Purpose A2.20. Purpose and description A2.18.1. Core 3.19.2.series as applicable A2.18.19.20.18.1.COMMON REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.20. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Use B B - 39 (Attachment 2) . Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Perform pre-use inspection A2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A2.20. Tasks.3.20.19.19. Maintenance A2.20.2. Crash Recovery equipment A2.18.3.20.

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Preflight TR: TO 1B-1B-6WC-1 A3. Work area 3 inspection A3.4.4.2. Tasks.1.1.2.1.1.1.3.1.1.2.1.4. Acceptance A3.6. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.1. Core 3.1.1.4.1.1.1.5.1.1.1.2.2.1. Home Station Check (HSC) TR: TO 1B-1B-6WC-1 A3.1. Isochronal concept and inspection TR: TO 00-20-1 A3.1.1.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Secondary structure inspection TR: TO 1B-1B-2-51JG-00-1.4.2.1.1. Work area 2 lube A3. Time change item A3.1.4.2.2.2.1.7.2.2.1. Work area 1 inspection A3. Special A3.1.1.2. Thruflight TR: TO 1B-1B-6WC-1 A3.1.5.1.8. Work area 1 lube A3.1.2.4.2. Major/Minor Isochronal TR: TO 1B-1B-6WC-2 A3.1.2.1.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Work area 3 lube A3.2. Work area 2 inspection A3. Work area 4 lube A3.2.1.1.1.6.4. 1B-1B-2-51JG-00-9 * 2b - * 2b - - - * 2b - - - * - - - - 41 (Attachment 3) .1.7. AIRCRAFT GENERAL A3.1.1.4. Isochronal inspection concept TR: TO 1B-1B-6 A3.1.8.1. A3. Calendar A3.4. Perform inspections A3.2.3.1.9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials NOTE 1: This attachment is to be used in conjunction with Attachment 2. Work area 4 inspection A3.1.2.

3.1.1. Launch aircraft A3.10.1. 1B-1B-2-12JG-40-1 A3. Use interphone TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-10-1 A3.10.4.4.1.1.1. OMMS TOs TR: OMMS Manual Set A3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Jacking team member A3.4.1.1.1.1. Tow team supervisor A3.3.4.1. Operate radio TR: TO 1B-1B-2-23JG-10-1 A3. Perform ground handling TR: AFI 11-218.4.2.1.2. Tasks. Jack and level aircraft TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-80-1 A3. Wash operation A3. Operate jacking manifold * a * * * 2b 2b * * 2b 2b * A - 2b - - - 2b - - - 42 (Attachment 3) .3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.4.1.2.3. TOs 00-25-172.3.3.2.1.4.1.1.1.1. AFOSHSTD 91100. Brake operator A3.4.3.1.4. Tow aircraft TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-10-1 A3. 1B-1B-2-05JG20-1 A3.4.2. Organizational Maintenance Manual Set (OMMS) TOs A3.4.4. Jacking supervisor A3.3.2. Core 3.1.4.2.1. Tow vehicle operator A3. Aircraft communications equipment A3.3. 1B-6WC-2.4.2.1. Recover aircraft A3. Wing/tail walker A3.3.2.1.10.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.1.2.1. Aircraft wash/lube TR: TO 1-1-691.1.4.1. Lubrication A3.4. Use OMMS TOs TR: OMMS Manual Set A3.2.2.1.1.

Panels TR: TOs 1B-1B-2-51JG-00-1.2.2. Windows TR: TO 1B-1B-2-56JG-10-1 A3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.1.4. Perform operational check entry door/hatch TR: TO 1B-1B-2-52JG-10-1 A3.3. Safe aircraft for simulated airborne condition TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-20-1 A3.2.2.1.-1B1B-2-07GS-00-1 A3.4.2.2.1.4.4. 1B1B-2-57GS-00-1 A3. Airframe components and structure TR: TO 1B-1B-2-51GS-00-1.1.1. Core 3. Crash recovery TR: TOs GE07/2AAKP-502.9.2.7.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.4.5. Remove/install A3.4.4.6. Hardness critical procedures TR: Applicable Aircraft series JGs A3.4.4.1. Perform operational check weapons bay door TR: TO 1B-1B-2-94JG-90-1 A3.3.2. Non-explosive seats TR: TO 1B-1B-2-25JG-00-1 A3. Proximity switch control covering/uncovering TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-10-1 A3.8. Engine bay door TR: TO 1B-1B-2-54JG-00-1 A3. Pilot/copilot forward windshields * 2b - - - - - - - - - - - * 3c - - - A - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * 2b - - - - - - - - - - - 43 (Attachment 3) . AIRFRAME SYSTEMS A3.4. Axle jacking A3. Weight and balance functions TR: TO 1B-1B-5-2 A3.2.2.1.2.1.5.2. 1B1B-2-51JG-00-9 A3.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4. Safe aircraft for maintenance TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-20-1 A3.4. Tasks. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.1.

2.2.4. Radomes TR: TO 1B-1B-2-53JG-50-1 A3.8.4.4.2.2.9.2.1.2. Pilot/copilot overhead windows A3.2. Upper aft inflatable seal A3.3.8.8.8.4. Tasks. Pilot/copilot side windows A3. Tail A3.4.4.2.4. Latching control mechanism A3.4. 1B-1B-2-51JG00-1 A3.4.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4.4.2.2.4.4.4. Weapons bay doors TR: TOs 1B-1B-2-52JG-30-1. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.6.2. Chain A3.3.5. Nose A3.4.2.2.4.4.8. Upper forward inflatable seal A3. Overwing fairing inflatable seals TR: TO 1B-1B-2-53JG-50-3.4.2.2. Actuator motor A3.5.7. Core 3.4. OSO/DSO side windows A3.9.2.2. Remove/install A3.2. Thermal flash protection shields TR: TO 1B-1B-2-25JG-10-1 A3.4. Entry door/stair ladder TR: TO 1B-1B-2-52JG-30-1 A3.4.4.4.2.4.4. 1B1B-2-05JG-50-1 A3.8. Splitting A3.2.7.2.5.1.2.9.3. Actuator/gearbox assembly A3. Forward side fairing A3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.5.9.7.4.5.1. 1B1B-2-54JG-50-1.2. Lower inflatable seal - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 44 (Attachment 3) . Pressure door seal A3.4.2.2. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Aft side fairing A3.1.4.5.2.3.2.

4.2. Horizontal stabilizer leading edge TR: TO 1B-1B-2-55JG-10-1 A3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.4.2.2.10. Wedge assembly A3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.4.11. 1B1B-2-05JG-50-1 A3.4.2. Pivoting wedge TR: TO 1B-1B-2-54JG-50-1 A3.2.12.10. Fairing A3.11.2.4. Wing pivot panels TR: TO 1B-1B-2-53JG-00-1 A3.2.2.2. Core 3.4.2. Upper intermediate A3.4.5. Upper aft A3.17.14.4. Horizontal stabilizer trailing edge TR: TO 1B-1B-2-52JG-10-1 A3.4. Tasks. Lighting components TR: TO 1B-1B-2-33JG-40-1 A3. Open/close A3.1. Forward RCS vane A3.2. Aft RCS vane A3.2.4.13.3.2.2.3.4.2.4.2.5.11.4.10. Aft hatches TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-50-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * 2b - - - b - - - 45 (Attachment 3) .1.2.13.2.1.2. Horizontal stabilizer tip TR: TO 1B-1B-2-55JG-10-1 A3. Wing tip TR: TO 1B-1B-2-55JG-10-1 A3.4.4.1.2.2.4. Upper forward A3.2. Radar Cross Section (RCS) vane TR: TO 1B-1B-2-54JG-30-1 A3.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Spring assembly bungee A3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.2. Fuel cooling scoops TR: TO 1B-1B-2-21JG-10-1 A3. Lower pivot panel A3.4.11.4.5. Entry door/hatch TR: TOs 1B-1B-2-05JG-10-1.16.18.13.2.11.10.4.15.2.

7. Tasks.2. Main landing gear doors TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-50-1 A3.2.8 Overwing Fairing TO 1B-1B-2-O5JG-50-1 * 2b - - - 2b - - - * a - - - * 2b - - - 2b - - - - A3.6.5.2.2.7.6. Aft side fairing A3.1. Nose A3.2. Core 3.6.6. Rotary actuators TR: TO 1B-1B-2-94JG-40-2.5.2. Actuator/gearbox assembly A3.3. Weapons bay doors TR: TO 1B-1B-2-52JG-30-1 A3.7. Weapons bay spoilers TR: TO 1B-1B-2-52JG-30-1 A3.5. Weapons bay PDUs TR: TO 1B-1B-2-94JG-40-2. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.5.5.4.4. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Weapons bay door TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-50-1 A3.2.2.5.5. UARRSI door TR: TO 1B-1B-2-28JG-20-5 A3.2. Actuator motor A3.6.5.2.2.2.5.2.5. Radomes TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-50-1 A3.6.2.5.1.5.5.6.6. Chain A3. Tail A3.3.2.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.2.2. Entry door/stair ladder TR: TO 1B-1B-2-52JG-10-1 A3.3.5.7.7. Forward side fairing A3.5. 1B1B-2-94JG-40-3 A3. Latching control mechanism - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 46 (Attachment 3) .2.2.6. Adjust/rig A3.2.3.5.4.2.2.6.6.4.1. 1B1B-2-94JG-40-3 A3. Engine bay door TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-50-1 A3.

2.3.3. Perform operational check A3.3. Nose wheel steering gearbox A3. LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS TR: TO 1B-1B-2-32GS-00-1.2.4. Nitrogen A3.4.3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.3. Landing gear A3. Hydraulic fluid A3. Axle beam positioner A3.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.3. Core 3.6.3. Tires TR: TO 4T-1-3 A3.3.1.2.3. Landing gear components and system operation A3.1.3.1.1.2.2.4.2. Service TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A3. Operate A3.5. Nitrogen A3.3.3.3.1.5.4.3.3.4. Remove/install A3.4.3.1.4.6. Brakes A3.2.2.3.2. Steering A3. Landing gear struts A3. Entry door uplock system A3.2.4. Tasks.3.4.3.3.3.6. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. 1B-1B2-32JG series A3.2.2.3. Wheel and tire assemblies TR: TO 1B-1B-2-32JG-40-4 * * * * * - - - - A - - - - - - - 2b - - - - 2b - - - - 2b a 2b 2b - - - - - - - 2b - - - 47 (Attachment 3) .5.3.3.1. Brakes A3.1.3. Steering system A3. Lubricate landing gear components TR: TO 1B-1B-6WC-2. Hydraulic fluid A3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.3. 1B-1B-212JG-40-1 A3.4.

4.6.4.3.6. 1B-1B-2-30GS-00-1. 1B-1B2-26GS-00-1. Operate A3.7.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.3.3.6.6. Service oxygen system TR: TO 1B-1B-2-12JG-20-1 A3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.4.3.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4.4. Tasks.3.3.2. Bleed brake systems TR: TO 1B-1B-2-32JG-40-1 A3.4.6.2. Main gear axle beam positioner TR: TO 1B-1B-2-32JG-10-3 A3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.4. Perform operational check of fire/overheat warning system TR: TO 1B-1B-2-26JG-10-1 A3. Nose gear wheel well doors TR: TO 1B-1B-2-52JG-80-1 A3.4. UTILITY SYSTEMS TR: TO 1B-1B-2-21GS-00-1.4. Bleed air system TR: TO 1B-1B-2-21JG-00-1 A3.2.3.7. Fire/overheat warning system TR: TO 1B-1B-2-26JG-10-1 A3. Main gear strut assembly TR: TO 1B-1B-2-32JG-10-1 A3.5. Main gear wheel well doors TR: TO 1B-1B-2-52JG-80-1 A3.6.3. Core 3. 1B1B-2-35GS-00-1 A3.3.6. Service environmental systems TR: TOs 1B-1B-2-12JG-20-1 * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * - - - - A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - 48 (Attachment 3) . Nose gear strut assembly TR: TO 1B-1B-2-32JG-10-1 A3.1.4.5.3. Utility components and system operation A3.3.3. Brake assemblies TR: TO 1B-1B-2-32JG-40-3 A3.4.4.4. Fire extinguishing system TR: TO 1B-1B-2-26JG-20-1 A3.3.3. Air conditioning system TR: TO 1B-1B-2-21JG-10-2 A3.

7. ICL.3.1.2. 1B-1B2-27JG-20-1.2. Self contained toilet TR: TO 1B-1B-2-25JG-40-1 A3.5.3.4.3.6.2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.5.3.1.1.1. 1B-1B-27JG-30-1 A3.4. LCL) A3.5.1.1. Pre cooler blower TR: TO 1B-1B-2-21JG-10-1 A3.7. Flap/slat control A3.4. Less than 35 degrees A3.4.2.5.3. Remove/install flight control components * 2b - - - * 2b - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 49 (Attachment 3) .B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7.4. Repair A3. Flight control components and system operation A3.4. Top off coolant loops (ACL.6. Remove and install A3.5. Pitch control A3.5.5. Operate flight controls TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-1. Refrigeration units (#1.2. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Wing sweep TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-1 A3.3. Perform operational check of flight controls A3.5. Perform operational check A3.5. Core 3. Remove and install A3.5.5.4.5.4.4.4. Yaw control A3.5.2. Tasks. FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27GS-00-1 A3. #2 and stores) A3.5. Greater than 35 degrees A3.3. Roll control A3.7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.5.3.5.3. Service A3.6.5.4.3.

Adjust bolts TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-20-1 A3.5. Core 3.4. Roll aft feel bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-3 A3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.5. Spoiler master micro-adjust rod TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-1 A3.4. Intermediate rudder TR: TO 1B-1B-2-55JG series A3.4.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5.11.10. Cable tension regulator bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-3 A3.3.5. Speedbrake/spoiler roll trim actuator TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-4 A3.5. Inboard spoiler override bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-3 A3.4.16.5.4.4. Yaw trim actuator TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-20-3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 50 (Attachment 3) .5.6.4.4.4.5. Roll disengage mechanism TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-2 A3.13. Roll feel bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-2 A3. Roll centering bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-3 A3.4. Outboard spoiler override bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-4 A3.12.4.17.5.4.7. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.5.15.8.9.5.5.14. Spoiler EM actuator TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-3 A3.5. Horizontal stabilizer roll trim actuator TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-10-4 A3.5. Lower rudder TR: TO 1B-1B-2-55JG series A3. Tasks.4.4.5. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.1.4.5. Upper rudder TR: TO 1B-1B-2-55JG series A3.4.4. Pilot/copilot pedals TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-20-2 A3.4.2.5.5.

Yaw limiter actuator TR: TO 1B0-1B-2-27JG-20-3 A3. Wing sweep gear subassembly (GSA) drive coupling/shaft TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-1 A3.4.4.26. Core 3. Pitch trim actuator TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-30-3 A3.4.4.5.21.4. Pitch override bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-30-3 A3. Roll SCAS override bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-40-2 A3.5.4.4.23. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.19.34. Linkage shaker motor TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-30-3 A3.18.33.4. Tasks.4. Yaw SCAS override bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-40-4 A3.22.20.4. Horizontal stab upper/lower servo cylinder TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-30-2 A3.4. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.25.5. Stick disengage handle TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-30-3 A3.4. Pitch forward feel bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-30-3 A3. Pitch master cylinder override bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-30-2 A3.31. Pitch aft feel bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-30-2 A3.5.30.28.5.29.5.4.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.5.4.5.5. Right angle drive gearbox TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 51 (Attachment 3) .5.4.4.4.5. Pitch disengage mechanism TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-30-3 A3.27. Pitch centering bungee TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-30-3 A3.32.5.5.5. Wing fairing TR: TO 1B-1B-2-53JG series A3. Wing sweep drive coupling TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-2 A3.24.5.5.

5. Left angle drive gearbox TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-3 A3.45. Flap/slat torque limiter TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-6 A3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.4.4. Flap/slat angle drive gearbox TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-6 A3.4. Slat step-over gearbox TR: TO1B-1B-2-27JG-80-7 A3. SMCS vanes TR: TO 1B-1B-2-56JG series A3.5.5. 1B-1B-212JG-40-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 52 (Attachment 3) .5. Wing sweep ground interlock control cable assembly TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-3 A3. Tasks.5.4.41.5. Ballscrew actuator TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-2 A3.5. Mechanical control linkage TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-3 A3. Flap/slat jack-screw TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-7 A3.44.5.46.39.4. Slat segments TR: TO 1B-1B-2-57JG series A3.5.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.5. Lubricate flight controls TR: TOs 1B-1B-6WC-2. Flap/slat interlock TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-4 A3.5.6. Alternate wing sweep control actuator TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-3 A3.38.48.4. Inspect flight controls TR: TO 1B-1B-6 A3. Flap step-over gearbox TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-7 A3.4.4.5.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.43.4.4.4.5.35.5.37.40. Core 3.5.49.4. Flap segments TR: TO 1B-1B-2-57JG series A3.47.36.5. Slat offset gearbox TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG-80-6 A3.42.5.5.4. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.4.

6.1.7. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A3.5.4.6. Roll SCAS A3. Hydraulic components and system operation TR: TO 1B-1B-2-29GS-00-1.7.6.9.7.7. Pitch SCAS A3.5.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5. Tasks.2.5. Flap/slat A3.7. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.3.6.2. Wing sweep A3.6. Service A3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3. 1B1B-2-49JG-00-2 A3.6.8. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.5.1. Roll control A3. Pitch control A3.5.7. Yaw control A3. Reservoir TR: TO 1B-1B-2-12JG-20-1 A3. Apply hydraulic power A3. Troubleshoot flight controls TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG series A3.5.2. Core 3.7. Using APU TR: TO 1B-1B-2-49JG-00-1.6. ENGINES * * 2b - A - - - * 2b - - - * 2b - - - - - - - - - - - 53 (Attachment 3) .7.7.3.1. Stick position versus surface position check A3.5.3.5. Outboard spoiler control A3.6. Accumulator TR: TO 1B-1B-2-12JG-30-1 A3.6.2. Rig/adjust flight controls TR: TO 1B-1B-2-27JG series A3.5.7.6.1. Using hydraulic test stand TR: TO 1B-1B-2-29JG-00-1 A3. Perform leak checks TR: TO 1B-1B-2-29JG-00-1 A3.2. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS A3.7.4.8.2.5.3.5.7.

7.3.3.7.7.8.3.3.7.7.6.7. 1B1B-2-70JG-40-1 A3.3.4. 1B-1B2-83GS-00-1.6.5.1. Tasks. Starter control valve A3.7.7. Perform leak checks TR: TO 1B-1B-2-49JG-00-1. APUs and subsystems TR: TO 1B-1B-2-49JG-00-2 A3. 1B-1B-2-49GS-00-1 A3.7.7. Accessory Drive Gearbox A3.6. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3. Take engine oil sample TR: TO 33-1-37.5.7. Inspect airframe inlet and engine intake TR: TO 1B-1B-6WC-1. Perform engine operational check TR: TOs 1B-1B-2-70JG-30-1. APUs A3.2. Motor engines TR: TO 1B-1B-2-70JG-30-1 A3. 1B-1B-270JG-30-1 A3.7. Service TR: TO 1B-1B-2-12JG-30-1 A3. Core 3. 1B-1B2-70JG-00-1 * * * * * A - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - 2b 2b 2b 2b - - - - - - - - - - - 54 (Attachment 3) .2.7.3.5. Air turbine starter A3. Integrated Drive Generator A3.7.1.7.7. Remove/install TR: TO 1B-1B-2-80JG-10-1 A3.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Engine and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) components and system operation TR: TO 1B-1B-2-70GS-00-1.7. Engine TR: TOs 1B-1B-2-70JG-30-1 A3.2.4. Oil system A3.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. 1B-1B-2-12JG-30-1 A3.3.5.1.2.5. Operate A3.7.

7. Auto A3.2.9. Tasks. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.3.7.1. Team member (ground observer) A3.2.3.3.1.3.9.8.8.9. Core 3.9. TO 00-25-172.2.8. Air intake moveable lip components and system operation TR: TO 1B-1B-2-71JG-60-1 A3.4.1. 1B1B-2-54JG-20-1 A3.8.2. Applicable Acft -2 series TOs A3.8.8.2.2.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.9.7.7.2.7.2.3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Moveable lip power drive unit A3.2.7.9.8. Team supervisor A3. Manual A3.9.8.2.7.7.8. Refuel aircraft TR: TO 1B-1B-2-12JG-10-1 A3. Rig/adjust air intake moveable lip components TR: TO 1B-1B-2-71JG-60-1 A3.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3. Moveable lip lower linear actuator A3.7.2. Fuel components and system operation A3. Auto A3.9. Perform operational check of air intake moveable lip (ground power) A3.2. Team panel operator A3.3. AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable AFOSH STANDARDS.2.3. Perform operational check of air intake moveable lip (forward crew station) A3.9. Remove/install air intake moveable lip components TR: TO 1B-1B-2-71JG-60-1.1. Moveable lip upper linear actuator A3.8. Moveable lip A3.1.3. Manual * * * * 2b 2b * 2b A - - - - - - - - - 55 (Attachment 3) .4.3.1.

6J14-7-6-2 A3.8. Prepare aircraft for fuel cell maintenance TR: TO 1B-B1-2-28JG-00-1 A3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS * * * * 2b - * * 2b 2b - - - - - - - 2b - - - 56 (Attachment 3) .3. Perform component check out A3.3.3.8.8.7.3. Tasks. Team supervisor A3.5.4.7.3. Ground transfer fuel TR: TO 1B-1B-2-28JG-00-1 A3.7.2.2.9.8.8.3. Load team assistant A3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Lift truck (jammer) RCU operator A3.8.2. Lift truck (jammer) operator A3. Remove/install 180 inch weapons bay tank TR: 1B-1B-2-28JG-10-1.8.4. Manual A3.7. Team panel operator A3. Auto A3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.4.2.8.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.6. Emergency defueling TR: TO 1B-1B-2-12JG-10-1 A3.7.8. Auto A3.8. 35D3-9-211.4.8.3.8.1.3.8.8.8. Fuel sump draining TR: 1B-1B-2-12JG-10-1 A3.3. Supervisor A3.8.4.2. Safety observer A3.8.8.7.8. Manual A3.5.2. Core 3.1.8.8.1. Team member (ground observer) A3.1.8.3.3.3. Fire guard A3. Load team supervisor A3.1. Defuel aircraft TR: TO 1B-1B-2-12JG-10-1 A3.3.

37C2-8 A3.10.5.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.10.11.3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Core 3. Inspect and operate wing sweep support fixture TO: 35-1-271-2 A3.11.11.1. 1B-1B2-95JG-00-1 A3.9.11.2. Remove/install batteries TR: TO 1B-1B-2-24JG-00-1. Tasks.2. Operate seat adjustment A3.9. Connect/apply external electrical power TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-10-1 A3.9.5. Electrical components and system operation TR: TO 1B-1B-2-24GS-00-1 A3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.9. 1B-1B2-24JG-30-1 A3. Inspect and operate coolant servicing carts TR: TO 35E10-27-1 A3.4. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.3. EGRESS SYSTEM TR: TO 1B-1B-2-95GS-00-1.1. Egress components and system operation A3.2.1.1. Inspect and operate mobile hydraulic oil dispenser TR: TO 35D8 series A3. AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT TR: AFOSH Standard 91-100 A3. Hand operated servicing cart A3.11. Spring panel press TR: 35-1-271-2 * A - - - * 2b - - - * 2b - - - * 2b - - - * 2b - - - A 2b - - - 2b - - - 2b - - - 2b - - - - - - - 57 (Attachment 3) .11. Apply electrical power using APU TR: TO 1B-1B-2-49JG-00-2 A3.4.11.2.9.2. Liquid coolant cart A3. Disconnect external electrical power TR: TO 1B-1B-2-05JG-10-1 A3.11. Inspect and operate gaseous oxygen servicing equipment with intensifier TR: TOs 15X1-1.10.2.

Remove/install data transfer cartridge TR: TO 1B-1B-2-46JG-40-1 A3.12. CITS operation TR: TO 1B-1B-2-46GS-00-1 A3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A3.1.2. Printer tape load TR: TO 1B-1B-2-46JG-40-1 A3. Ground Readiness Test A3.13.1.12.12. Parameter monitor mode A3.B-1 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.12.12.3.4. CENTRAL INTEGRATED TEST SYSTEM (CITS) A3. Core 3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.12.4. Pre use inspection A3.2. Use A3.12. Operate TR: TOs 1B-1B-2-40JG series A3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.11. Structural data collector remove/install TR: TO 1B-1B-2-33JG-10-1 * * - - - - A - - - * 2b - - - - - - - 2b 2b - - - - 58 (Attachment 3) .11.5.2.4.1. Tasks.5.

1.1. Core 3.1.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.1.3.1.2. Phased inspection concept A4.2.1.2. Lubricate Work Area #2 A4. Inspect Work Area #1 A4.B-2 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.3.4.2.3.4.1. Part 2A A4.3.1.3.2. Phased inspection concept and inspections TR: TOs 00-20-1.4.4.1.2.2.2. Part 2B A4. Work Area #1 A4.1.2.1.2.2.1.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC NOTE 1: Training Training Start Complete This attachment is to be used in conjunction with Attachment 2.2.2.1.4.1. 5 7 Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A4.1. Inspect Work Area #3 A4.1.1.2. Lubricate Work Area #3 A4.1.1.1. Postflight A4. 1B-2A-6.1. Work Area #2 and #3 A4.2.2.1.8.3.3.1.2.4.2.1.4.1.1. Preflight A4.1.1. Work Area #4 A4. 1B-2A-6WC-2 A4. Work Area #4 A4.2.1. Inspect Work Area #2 A4.1. Tasks. Lubricate Work Area #4 * * * 2b 2b 2b * * 2b 2b * * * 2b 2b 2b B - 59 (Attachment 4) .1.1. AIRCRAFT GENERAL A4.1.2.1. Work Area #1 A4. Phase A4.1.1.2.1. Perform inspections A4.2.1.7. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.1.1.2.4.4.2. Lubricate Work Area #1 A4.2.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1.2.1. Work Area #2 and #3 A4.4.2.6. 1B-2A6WC-1. Inspect Work Area #4 A4.5.1.1. Thruflight A4.1.1.

2.1.2. Aircraft communications equipment TR: Applicable -2 TOs A4.2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.1.7.3. Part 4A A4. Lube A4.6.3.2. Time change item A4.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A4. Use OMMS TOs A4.5.4. Preparation A4.1.1.3. Tow aircraft TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-10-3 A4. Applicable -2 TOs A4.1.2.1.1.1.9. Special A4.2. Core 3.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.4.1.9.3.2. Restoration A4. Aircraft Wash TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-40-1 A4. Alert A4.5.1. Operate radios A4.2.5.3.1. Calendar A4. AFOSH 91-100. Launch aircraft A4.1. Tasks. Recover aircraft A4.2.1. Part 4B A4.B-2 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5.1.1.1.1.1.3.1.2.1.1.1. OMMS TOs A4. Acceptance A4.1.5.1.4.2.1. Perform ground handling TR: AFI 21-101.2.8.1.2.2.9.1.1.1.2. Use interphone A4.1. Wing/tail walker * * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - B 2b - - - 3c - - - 2b 2b - - - 2b - - - 60 (Attachment 4) .4. Organizational Maintenance Manual Set (OMMS) TOs TR: Applicable B-2A TOs A4.5. TO 00-25-172.1.1.1.2.1. Wash A4.

5.1. Aircraft Safe A4. Crash recovery A4. Tow vehicle operator A4.2.4.3. Simulate airborne A4. Axle jacking A4.1. Tasks.1. Jack and level aircraft TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-80-1 A4.12. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A4.1.1.4.3.5.1.14.B-2 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.6.5.4.4.5. Observable critical procedures A4. Alert Towing A4.9.1.15. Brake operator A4.3.8.2. Jacking supervisor A4. Perform electrostatic discharge procedures A4.5.1.1.5.5.7.1. Verify aircraft center of gravity using FM/MS A4.1.5.1.5. Alert safe for maintenance TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-70-1 A4. Low observable awareness A4.5.1. Hardness critical procedures A4.1.13.1.1.1. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.1.3. Jacking team member A4.5.4.1.4.1.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.5. Aircraft safe for maintenance TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-20-1 A4.5.2.4. Jack manifold operator A4.10.6.3.11. Weight and balance functions TR: TO 1B-2A-5 A4. Plumb bob operator A4.1.3.1. Comply with blade seal safety precautions * * 2b - - - - * b - - - - * 2b - * - - - - * 2b - - - - * 3c - - - * * * * * b 2b b b 3c - - - 61 (Attachment 4) .1. Remove and install proximity caps TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-10-3 A4. Tow team supervisor A4.10.10.1. Core 3.

2. ECS/hyd bay doors TR: 1B-2A-2-52JG-40-3 A4.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A4.2. APU exhaust doors A4.16.3. Aft equipment bay entry door A4. Toilet TR: 1B-2A-2-25JG-40-1 A4.3.2. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.16. Engine/AMAD bay doors TR: 1B-2A-2-52JG-90-2 A4. Electrically A4.3. Aft nose landing gear door A4. AIRFRAME SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A4. Crew entry door A4.2.1.1. Sustenance container TR: 1B-2A-2-25JG-10-1 A4.2. Remove/install A4.2.2.2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.2.1.3.2.2.4.2.2.1.2.1.1.3.5.2.2. Crew entry pressure door seal TR: 1B-2A-2-52JG-10-4 A4.2.3.2. Manually A4.2.2.1. Tasks.3.1.16.4.5.1.1.2. Manually A4.2.1.2.2.2.2. Auxiliary air inlet door A4. Operate Doors TR: 1B-2A-2-01JG-60-1 & 2 A4.2. Airframe components and construction A4.3.2. Pneudraulically A4.3. Crew entry pressure door TR: 1B-2A-2-52JG-10-2 A4.B-2 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Nozzle bay panels TR: 1B-2A-2-57JG-30-2 * 2b * * 2b b B - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 62 (Attachment 4) . Remove/install/service equipment/furnishings A4.2.2.3. Core 3.2.

4. Intermediate Mold Surface (IMS) door rig/adjustment TR: 1B-2A-2-51GS-00-1. Perform operational check A4.4.8.1.3. Clean aircraft windows TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-40-1 A4.2. Landing gear components and system operation A4. Panels A4.3. 1B-2A-253GS-00-1 A4.3.7.4. Landing gear TR: 1B-2A-2-32JG-30-1 * * * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b 2b - - - * 2b - - - - - - - - - - - 2b * 2b 2b 2b - - - B 2b - - - - - - - 63 (Attachment 4) .3. Crew entry pressure door A4.B-2 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1. LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A4.2. Windows TR: 1B-2A-2-56JG-10-1 A4.4.3.4.5. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Remove LO tape A4. Passive Thermal Protection Systems (PTPS) TR: 1B-2A-2-25JG-10-1 A4. Inspect airframe and components TR: 1B-2A-6 A4.3.2.2. Core 3.2.8. Inspect landing gear components A4.2.3.5.9. ECS/hydraulic bay doors TR: 1B-2A-2-01JG-60-2 A4.2.4. Inspect aircraft windows A4.2.2.2.2.2.2. Engine/AMAD bay doors TR: 1B-2A-2-01JG-60-1 A4.2.3.2. Tasks.6.2.1.3. Open/close A4. Inspect secondary structure A4.3.1.1.4.2.7.10. Wheel well blow out doors TR: 1B-2A-2-01JG-60-3 A4. Radomes TR: 1B-2A-2-53JG-40-1 A4. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.2.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A4.3.

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A4.3.2.2. Brakes TR: 1B-2A-2-32JG-40-1 A4.3.2.3. Steering system TR: 1B-2A-2-32JG-40-1 A4.3.2.4. Anti skid TR: 1B-2A-2-32JG-40-1 A4.3.3. Service A4.3.3.1. Landing gear struts w/ nitrogen TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-30-2 A4.3.3.1.1. Normal servicing A4.3.3.1.2. Special maintenance A4.3.3.2. Landing Gear Struts with hydraulic fluid TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-30-1 A4.3.3.3. Tires TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-30-2 A4.3.3.3.1. Nose A4.3.3.3.2. Main A4.3.4. Remove/install A4.3.4.1. Wheel and tire assemblies TR: 1B-2A-2-32JG-40-4 A4.3.4.1.1. Nose A4.3.4.1.2. Main A4.3.4.2. Brake assemblies TR: 1B-2A-2-32JG-40-3 A4.3.4.3. Brake equalizer rods A4.3.4.4. Anti-skid magnetic drive unit A4.3.5. Bleed brake systems TR: 1B-2A-2-32JG-40-1 A4.3.6. Rig/adjust landing gear system * * * * *

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A4.4.1. Weapons bay components and system operation A4.4.2. Operate weapons bay doors TR: 1B-2A-2-01JG-60-1 A4.4.2.1. Manually A4.4.2.2. Electrically A4.4.2.3. Hydraulically A4.4.3. Inspect weapons system components TR: TO 1B-2A-6 A4.4.4. Troubleshoot weapons bay system A4.4.5. Rig/adjust weapons bay system A4.5. UTILITY SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A4.5.1. Utility components and system operation A4.5.2. ECS power-up TR: 1B-2A-2-21JG-00-1 A4.5.3. Operate A4.5.3.1. Bleed air system A4.5.3.2. Air conditioning system A4.5.3.3. Pressurization system A4.5.3.4. Anti-ice/de-ice system A4.5.3.5. Rain removal system A4.5.3.6. Fire Warning & Leak Detection System (FWALDS) A4.5.3.7. Fire extinguishing system A4.5.3.8. Back-up Oxygen System (BOS) A4.5.3.9. On Board Maintenance Printer (OBMP) TR: 1B-2A-2-31JG-30-1 A4.5.3.10. Remove/install printer tape TR: 1B-2A-2-31JG-30-1 * * *

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A4.5.3.11. Use OBTS Ground Processor (OGP) report for fault isolation of system malfunction A4.5.3.12. Load/unload maintenance write tapes/disks TR: 1B-2A-2-31JG-10-1 A4.5.3.13. Operate OBTS controls/displays A4.5.4. Troubleshoot A4.5.4.1. Bleed air system A4.5.4.2. Air conditioning system A4.5.4.3. Pressurization system A4.5.4.4. Anti-ice/de-ice system A4.5.4.5. Rain removal system A4.5.4.6. Fire Warning & Leak Detection System (FWALDS) A4.5.4.7. Fire extinguishing system A4.5.4.8. Back-up Oxygen System (BOS) A4.5.5. Service Back-up Oxygen System TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-20-1 A4.5.6. Service equipment cooling systems TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-20-1 A4.5.6.1. Service Ethylene Glycol Water (EGW) System A4.5.6.2. Service Defense Management System (DMS) A4.5.6.3. Service Liquid Coolant System (LCS) A4.5.7. Sample equipment cooling A4.5.7.1. Sample Ethylene Glycol Water(EGW) System TR: 1B-2A-2-21JG-80-3 A4.5.7.2. Sample Defensive Management System (DMS) TR: 1B-2A-2-21JG-80-4 * *

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A4.5.7.3. Sample Liquid Coolant System (LCS) TR: 1B-2A-2-21JG-80-1 A4.6. FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM TR: Applicable -2 TOs A4.6.1. Flight control components and system operation A4.6.2. Perform operational check of flight controls A4.6.3. Operate flight controls A4.6.4. Remove/install flight control components A4.6.5. Inspect flight controls A4.6.6. Rig flight controls A4.7. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A4.7.1. Hydraulic components and system operation A4.7.2. Service hydraulic system A4.7.2.1. Reservoirs TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-20-1 A4.7.2.1.1. Normal A4.7.2.1.2. Top-off A4.7.2.1.3. Alert TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-70-2 A4.7.2.2. Accumulators A4.7.2.2.1. Normal TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-30-2 A4.7.2.2.2. Alert TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-70-2 A4.7.3. Apply hydraulic power using test stand TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-10-2 A4.7.4. Take hydraulic samples

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A4.7.5. Reposition and torque line connections A4.8. ENGINES TR: Applicable -2 TOs A4.8.1. Engine and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) components and system operation A4.8.2. Operate A4.8.2.1. Inspect engine inlets/exhausts TR: 1B-2A-2-70JG-10-1 A4.8.2.2. Engine and subsystems TR: 1B-2A-2-70JG-30-1, 2 & 3, 1B-2A-2-70JG-40-1 A4.8.2.3. APU TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-10-1 & 2 A4.8.2.4. APU in maintenance mode A4.8.2.5. APU in ECS mode A4.8.2.6. Ground observer A4.8.3. Service A4.8.3.1. Engine oil TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-30-1 A4.8.3.1.1. Normal engine off A4.8.3.1.2. Normal engine operating A4.8.3.1.3. Initial/unknown A4.8.3.2. Airframe Mounted Accessory Drive (AMAD) oil A4.8.3.3. APU oil A4.8.3.4. Pressurized Air Start System (PASS) A4.8.3.4.1. Normal TR; 1B-2A-2-12JG-30-2 A4.8.3.4.2. Alert TR; 1B-2A-2-05JG-70-2 * * * * *

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8.4.8.B-2 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2.8.4.8. Pump manifold TR: 1B-2A-2-29JG-10-1 A4.4.8. Turbine driven recharge compressor (TDC) TR: 1B-2A-2-80JG-10-1 A4.4.4. Power transmission shaft (PTS) TR: 1B-2A-2-83JG-10-1 A4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A4.8. Air turbine starter control valve TR: 1B-2A-2-83JG-20-1 A4.4. Air turbine starter TR: 1B-2A-2-80JG-10-1 A4.12. AMAD heat exchanger flushing TR: 1B-2A-2-83JG-50-1 A4.4. Hydraulic pump TR: 1B-2A-2-29JG-10-1 A4.4.8. AMAD power takeoff flange TR: 1B-2A-2-71JG-10-1 A4.7.3.5.8.4.4. AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable AFOSH STDs.8.4.8.8. Engines TR: 1B-2A-2-70JG-20-1 A4. Applicable -2 TOs. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.3. AMAD filter elementsTR: 1B-2A2-83JG-20-2 A4.6.8.8.9.8.3.10. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Remove/install A4.8. TO 00-25-172 * * b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3c - - - 69 (Attachment 4) . Tasks. Core 3.8.4.8.9.3.5. Integrated drive generator TR: 1B-2A-2-24JG-20-1 A4. AMAD TR: 1B-2A-2-83JG-20-1 A4.1. AMAD carbon seal replacement TR: 1B-2A-2-83JG-20-2 A4. Turbine driven recharge compressor (TDC) TR: 1B-2A-2-49JG-40-1 A4.5.11. Take engine oil samples TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-30-1 A4.4.4.4.

5.3.9.3.2.9.1.2. Refuel aircraft TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-10-1 A4. Cockpit operator (APU operator) A4.9.1.9.3.4.2.3.9. Defuel aircraft TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-10-2 A4.2. Ground control panel manual A4.2. Fuel components and system operation A4.2.9.2. Team panel operator A4. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Manual fuel control panel A4.3. Team supervisor A4.9.3.2.1. Core 3. Ground observer A4.9.9.2.2.2.9.1.2.4. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.9. Alert top-off TR: 1B-2A-2-0-5JG-70-2 A4.2.1.9.2.3.2. Ground control panel operator A4.1.9. Prepare aircraft for fuel cell maintenance TR: TO 1-1-3 * * * * * * * * * * B - - - 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - 2b 2b - - - - - - - - 70 (Attachment 4) .2. Manual fuel control panel A4.9.9.2.4.2.1.2.1.3.9.2. Team panel operator A4. Manual A4.9. Ground observer A4.4.2.B-2 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A4.2.2.4.1.9.3. Ground control panel auto A4.2. Refueling aircraft using RH APU TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-10-2 A4.2.4.9.1.2. Team supervisor A4. Auto A4.9.1.9. Team supervisor A4.2.3.9. Tasks.2. Ground control panel A4.

10.10.1.3.9.2. Tasks.9.8.10.10. Troubleshoot Fuel System A4.2.10.9.3.4.10. Remove/Install A4.1.10.2. Indicator warning lights A4.3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.3. Troubleshoot lighting system A4. Ground transfer fuel TR: 1B-2A-2-28JG-00-1 A4. Operate Air Refueling Receptacle Slipway Installation (ARRSI) TR: 1B-2A-2-28JG-20-5 A4.10. Electrical components and system operation A4.10.9.1.2.10. Drain fuel tank sumps/obtain fuel samples TR: 1B-2A-2-12JG-10-2 A4.10. Batteries TR: 1B-2A-2-24JG-30-1 A4. Connect/apply external electrical power using bleed air carts TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-10-1 * * * * * * * * - - - - 2b - - - * 2b - - - - - - - B - - - 2b 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b - - - * - - - - * 3c - - - * 3c - - - - - - - 71 (Attachment 4) .3.10. Connect/apply external electrical power TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-10-1 A4.2. Internal lighting system A4.4. Disconnect external electrical power TR: 1B-2A-2-05JG-10-2 A4.3. Light bulbs A4.2.5.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A4.9.6. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A4.3.10. Emergency lights A4.10. Landing/taxi light TR: 1B-2A-2-33JG-40-1 A4. Operate lighting system TR: 1B-2A-2-33JG-10-1 A4. External lighting system A4.7. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.B-2 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7. Light lenses A4.6. Core 3.2.10.10.

Inspect/Operate Fall Protection Devices * 3c b * B 3c - * * 3c 2b 2b - - - 72 (Attachment 4) . EGRESS SYSTEM TR: Applicable -2 TOs A4. Operate Electrical Power and Inverter System A4.3. Operate Hangar Nitrogen A4.13. Tasks. Egress components and system operation A4. Core 3.B-2 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.2.1.11. Centralized Aircraft Support Systems (CASS) A4.13. DOCK/HANGAR PROCEDURES TR: Local Directives A4.11. Operate CASS Combined Air System A4.1. Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) Procedures A4.1. Operate seat adjustment A4. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.14. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.12.12.1.11.2.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A4.1.13.13.

4.1.4.3. Tasks.1.2. Calendar * * * * 1b 1b 1b 1b A - 73 (Attachment 5) .1. Thruflight A5.4.4.1.2.1.1.3.2.2.1.1.B-52 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.1.2.2.2. Certification For OJT 4.1. Area 3 A5.1.2.2.2.2.1.1.2. Area 4 A5.1.1. Inspection A5.1.2. 1B52H-6WC A5.1. Lubrication A5.4. Inspection A5.1. Area 2 A5.1.1.1.1.4.1. AIRCRAFT GENERAL A5. Phase A5. 1B-52H-6.4. Hourly Postflight A5.1.4.2. Basic Postflight A5.4. Lubrication A5.1.4. Knowledge And Technical References 3.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials NOTE 1: This attachment is to be used in conjunction with Attachment 2.1.1.4.1.1.3.1.1.2.1. Inspection A5.3. Phase inspection concept A5.4.1.1.1.2. Lubrication A5.2.2.5.4.2.1.1.1.1.1.6.2.1.1.2.1. Inspection A5.4. Acceptance A5.1.2. Core Tasks 1. Phased inspection concept and inspection TR: TOs 00-20-1.5.2. Perform inspections TR: TO 1B-52H-6WC A5. Preflight A5.1.1.1.4.2.1. Lubrication A5. Area 1 A5.2.4.1. A5.1.2.1.1.2.1.

4.3. Tow team supervisor A5.4. Jacking A5.4.3.1.4.2.1.1. Identify/Use B-52 TOs TR: Applicable B-52 TOs A5. Brake operator A5. Tow team member A5. Certification For OJT 4. Towing A5.4.3.4.1.1.1. Connect/disconnect tow bar A5.4. Aircraft launch A5.B-52 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.4. AFI 11-218.1.1.4.5. Load/secure 47 section TR: Applicable -2 TOs A5.3.3. Core Tasks 1. Jacking team member A5.3. Knowledge And Technical References 3.4.1.1.4.4.4.3.1.1.1. Landing gear retraction position A (ground) * * * * * * * * - - - - 2b - - - 2b - - - A A - - - A A 2b - - - A - - - - 74 (Attachment 5) . Applicable -2 TOs A5. AFOSH STD 91-100.3.7.3.4.1. Tow aircraft TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-2 A5.2. Aircraft communications equipment TR: Applicable -2 TOs A5.2.2.4.2.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A5.1. Operate radio A5.1. Perform ground handling TR: TO 0025-172.2.1.3.1.1.6.1.1.3. Tasks.1.4.4. Jacking supervisor A5.2.4.1. Jack aircraft/tripod jack TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-41B-52H2-2JG-5 A5.4. Use interphone A5.4.1.3.9.1.4. Aircraft recover A5. Alert inspection A5. Special A5.8.1.1.2. Tow vehicle operator A5.4.

2. Operate TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-6.B-52 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7.3.3. Latches A5. Axle jacking A5.6.2.7.2. Bomb bay door A5. Lubrication A5. Compute aircraft center of gravity using load adjuster A5.1. Entry door/hatch A5. Afterbody cowling TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-6 A5.2.2.2.7. Aircraft wash TR: TO 1B-52H-6WC-5.4.3.1.1.4. Airframe components and structure A5. Cowling A5. 1B-52H-2-36JG-6 A5.4. 1B-52H-3 A5. Wrap cowling TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-6 A5.2.2. Certification For OJT 4.4.2.2.1.3.3.2. Weight and balance functions TR: TO 1B-52H-5 A5.2.5.1.1.2. 1B-52H-22JG-16 A5.6.2. AIRFRAME SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs. Emergency doors/hatches A5.1.2. 1B-52H-22JG-7.1.1.7.1.4.3.8. Landing gear retraction position B (cockpit) A5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A5. Core Tasks 1.3. 1B-52H-22GA-1 A5.1.1.1.2.5. Jack aircraft wing tip A5.4.1. Cowling * * * * * * * 1b A - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - 2b A 1b - - - 2b - - - - 2b - - - 75 (Attachment 5) .1.2. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Wash operation A5.2.1.2.4.4.2.2. Remove/install TR: Applicable -2 TOs. Tasks. Axle jack supervisor A5.1.

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A5.4. UTILITY SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A5.4.1. Utility components and system operation A5.4.2. Oxygen system TR: TOs 00-25-172, 15X-1-1, 1B52H-2-2JG-3 A5.4.2.1. Service A5.4.2.2. Drain A5.4.3. Windshield wiper system TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-11 A5.4.3.1. Remove/install wiper blade A5.4.3.2. Remove/install wiper motor A5.4.3.3. Remove/Install wiper converter A5.4.3.4. Perform operational checkout A5.4.4. Drain ECS heat exchanger A5.4.5. Drain water separator A5.4.6. Service air cycle machine A5.5. FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM TR: Applicable -2 TOs A5.5.1. Flight control components and system operation A5.5.2. Operate flight controls A5.5.2.1. Primary flight controls TR: TO 1B-52H-2-4JG-1, 1B-52H2-JG-4, 1B-52H-2-JG-8 A5.5.2.1.1. Spoilers A5.5.2.1.2. Elevators A5.5.2.1.3. Rudder A5.5.2.2. Secondary flight controls TR: TO 1B-52H-2-4JG-1, 1B52H-2-JG-6, 1B-52H-2- JG-9 2b 2b a A * * 1b A -

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3. Lateral control/trim system checkout A5.2. Install/remove spoiler actuator locks TR: applicable -2 TOs A5.5.5.7.JG-11 A5.6.7.2.2.6. Remove/install flap segments A5.5.4. Remove/install flap carriage A5. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3.5.5.2. Horizontal stabilizer A5.5.5. Flap control system TR: TO 1B-52H-2-4JG-9.5. Spoiler pick up and lay down checkout A5. 1B-52H2.7. Remove/install control column components TR: TO 1B-52H-2-4JG series A5.5.5. 1B-52H2.1.6. Rig lateral control/trim system A5.5.6.6.3. Rig/adjust flap control system A5. Remove/install flight control components TR: TO 1B-52H-2-4JG series A5. Remove/install spoiler segments A5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A5.5.5.5.7.5.6.B-52 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7.2. Flaps A5.6. Certification For OJT 4.5.7.4.5.1.5.5. Remove/install flap jackscrew assembly A5.5.2.5. Remove/install flap motor/drive power unit A5. Perform system operational checkout * 2b 2b 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 81 (Attachment 5) .2. 1B-52H-2.3. Lateral control systems TR: TO 1B-52H-2-4JG-1. Core Tasks 1.4. Tasks.2.1.JG-10.2.7.JG-2 A5.5. Air brakes A5. Rig flight controls TR: TO 1B-52H-2-4JG series A5.

5.5. Perform system operational checkout A5.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A5.9.5.5.7.7. Certification For OJT 4. Core Tasks 1. 1B-52H2-JG-9 A5.10.8.3. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A5.10. Perform system operational checkout A5.1.5. Remove/install elevator A5. 1B-52H2.2.B-52 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5.10. Knowledge And Technical References 3. 1B-52H2-2JG-16 A5.3. Rig/adjust rudder control system A5.5. Remove/install rudder A5.5.6.9.3.9.5. Service components TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-16 A5.7.5.5. Perform system operational checkout A5. Dashpot A5. Service stabilizer trim gear housing A5.5.7.2.4.6.2.1.7. Rig/adjust trim system A5. Elevator system TR: TO 1B-52H-2-4JG-4.1.10.5.3.7.8.7.JG-5 A5.5.5.7.5. Rig elevator control system A5. Remove/install trim mechanism A5.5. Tasks.2.1.1. Hydraulic components and system operation TR: TO 1B-52H-2-6GA-1 - A - - - 82 (Attachment 5) .9.9.8.8.4.10. Motor reduction gear box A5. Rudder control system TR: TO 1B-52H-2-4JG-8. Rig/adjust rudder trim system A5. Stabilizer trim control system TR: TO 1B-52H-2-4JG-6. Flap drive power unit A5.

6.6.2. Service TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-3 A5. 1B-52H2.2.6.1.2.3.7.6.1.1.1.7. 1B-52H2-6GA-1 A5. Remove/install TR: TO 1B-52H-2-7JG-4.1.B-52 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7. ENGINES TR: Applicable -2 TOs A5.7. Air turbine starter A5.1.1. Engine components and system operation TR: TO 1B-52H-2-7GA-1 A5.6. Perform leakage check TR: TO 1B-52H-2-7GA-1 * 2b 2b * * 2b/b 2b/b * * 2b a * * * 2b 2b 2b - A - - - - - - - - - - - 83 (Attachment 5) . TO 1B-52H-2-7JG-1 A5.6.2.1.3.7.4.7. Partial drain reservoir A5.1.3.2.1.7. Reservoir A5. Core Tasks 1.2.1. Starter cartridge A5. Constant speed drive A5.1.1.5.6.1.7.6. Certification For OJT 4. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Drain reservoir A5.4.1. Accumulator A5.JG-5 A5.1.3. Oil system A5. Engine driven pump A5.7.6.2.6.1. Tasks. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A5.2. Operate TR: TO 1B-52H-2-6JG-1. 1B-52H-2-2JG-3 A5. Perform leakage check A5.3. Take engine oil sample TR: TOs 33-1-37-1. Service TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-2 A5. Perform engine run TR: AFI 11-218.4.7.7.1.4.1. Electrically operated pump A5.

Perform engine inlet and exhaust inspection TR: TO 1B-52H-2-7JG-10 A5. Refuel aircraft TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-2.1. Cartridge starter circuit continuity checkout TR: TO 1B-52H-2-7JG-5 A5.2.11.7.JG-3 A5. 1B-52H2.8. Defuel aircraft TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG2. Team panel operator A5.7.8.1.2. Throttle brake system TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-11. Throttle cables TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-11.8. Knowledge And Technical References 3.10.8.8.3.7.1. TO 0025-172. 1B-52H-2-JG-17 A5. Rig/adjust A5.10.1. 1B52H-2-JG-12 A5.8.2. Team supervisor A5.4.7.3.8.11.8.7. Fuel components and system operation TR: TO 1B-52H-2-5GA-1 A5.7. Operational checkout A5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A5.8.3. Remove/install components A5. Team member A5.2.2.7.2.3.7.9.2. System checkout A5.7. Motor engines TR: TO 1B-52H-2-7JG-1 A5.B-52 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Filler neck refuel A5.7. 1B-52H-2JG-3. Applicable -2 TOs A5.10.11. AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable AFOSH STDs.2. Tasks. Core Tasks 1. Rig throttle cables A5.7.10.11. 1B-52H-2-5JG-1 * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - a a * a - - - 84 (Attachment 5) . Certification For OJT 4.7. Remove/install A5.

2. Lighting system A5.1. Remove/install IFR doors A5. Remove/install TR: TO 1B-52H-2-12JG-6.8. Fuel tank verification TR: 1B-52H-2-2JG-2.6.2.3.3.8. Light bulbs * * * a a - - - - * * * a a - - - - * 2b - - - - * - - - - - A - - - 2b 2b - - - - - - - 85 (Attachment 5) .8.9.3.B-52 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A5.2.9. 1B-52H2-JG-7.6.2.3.3.2.2.8. Fuel sump drain A5.4.8. In-Flight Refueling (IFR) system TR: TO 1B-52H-2-6JG-8.8.9. 1B-52H-5 A5.7. Team panel operator A5.2. Boost pump operational checkout TR: 1B-52H-2-5JG-3 A5. Operate IFR doors A5.8.1. Operate with external power unit TR: TO 1B-52H-2-12JG-6. Team supervisor A5.9.8.8.9. Certification For OJT 4. Drain wing surge tanks A5.3. 1B-52H2-JG-7 A5. Light lenses A5.3.8. Remove/install external fuel tank TR: TO 1B-52H-2-5JG-9.8.9.9.3.3. Tasks.JG -8 A5. Electrical components and system operation TR: TO 1B-52H-2-12GA-1 A5.1.4. 1B-52H2-JG-9 A5.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A5. Drain aircraft fuel tanks A5.8.1. Team member A5. 1B-52H-2.8.8.9.5.5. 1B-52H2-JG-10 A5. Ground transfer fuel A5. Core Tasks 1.6. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1. Indicator warning lights A5.

Remove/install safety pins A5.10.9. Remove/install drag chute container * * * 2b - - - * 2b - - - * 2b - - - - - - - A 2b 2b - - - A - - - 1b - - - - 86 (Attachment 5) . Light assemblies A5. Operate engine driven generators TR: TO 1B-52H-2-7JG-1 A5.3.2.11.11.11.4.9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A5.4.10.3. Egress components and system operation A5.1.6. DRAG CHUTE SYSTEM TR: Applicable -2 TOs A5.10. Operate seat adjustment A5.11. Remove/install door A5.8.1. Remove/install drag chute assembly A5. Drag chute system components and system operation TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2GA-1 A5.B-52 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Disconnect external electrical power TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-1 A5. Connect/apply external electrical power TR: TO 1B-52H-2-2JG-1 A5.10.11.5.5. Core Tasks 1. Perform operational check A5.11. EGRESS SYSTEM TR: Applicable -2 TOs A5.6. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Remove/install components A5.9.9.7.11.4. Troubleshoot A5.3. Adjust drag chute system A5. Tasks.9.3. Certification For OJT 4.11. Batteries A5.3.11.2.

2.3.4.1.1. 5 7 Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6. 37-160.2. Inspection principles TR: TO 1C-130A-6 A6.3.4.3.1.4.1.4.1. Core 3. Inspections A6.3.2. Thruflight (TH) TR: TO 1C-130A-6WC-11 A6. 00-20-2 A6. Preflight (PR) TR: TO 1C-130A-6WC-10 A6.4.1. Isochronal concept TR: TO 00-20-1 A6.5.1. Home Station Check (HSC) TR: TO 1C-130A-6WC-14 A6.1.1.1. Maintain aircraft AFTO 781 series forms/supporting records TR: TO 00-20-1.3. Use standard and technical publications TR: AFI 21-101.3.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Applicable TOs A6.4.3.1. Preflight/postflight combined inspection (PR/BPO) TR: TO 1C-130A-6WC-13 A6. Tasks. AIRCRAFT GENERAL A6.1.3.1.6. TO 00-5-1.2.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.4. Minor TR: TO 1C-130A-6WC-15 * 3c B - B - - - - - - - - - - - * 2b - - - * 2b - - - B - - - * 3c - - - - - - - * 3c - - - - - - - - - - - 87 (Attachment 6) . Safety precautions pertaining to: A6. Basic Postflight (BPO) TR: TO 1C-130A-6WC-12 A6.3 LAIRCM equipped aircraft TR: TO 1C-130H-2-99JG-10-6 A6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC Training Start NOTE 1: This attachment is be used in conjunction with Attachment 2.1.4.4.1.4. Pressurized aircraft TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21JG-30-1 A6.1.1.1. Vol 1.4. Aircraft containing ammunition or explosives TR: TO 11A-1-33. Perform inspections A6.1. TO 1C-130H-200GE-00-1 A6.1. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.3.1.1.1.

4. Perform concurrent servicing TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-00-1 A6. Acceptance TR: AFI 21-101 A6. Operate AN/ARC-164 UHF communications system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-23JG-20-1 A6.1.1. Moor aircraft TR: TO 1C-130H-2-10JG-00-1.6.6.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1. TO 1C-130H-2-00GE-00-1 A6.6.5.1. Ground handling A6. TO 1C-130H-2-00GE-00-1 A6.1.1.1.6. Deice aircraft TR: TO 42C-1-2 A6. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.1.1.1. Tow aircraft TR: TO 1C-130H-2-09JG-10-1 A6.3.1.4.5.6.1.3.6.1. Recover aircraft TR: TO 1C-130H-2-10JG-00-1.7. Tasks.6.6.5.4.1.1.6. Operate AN/AIC-18A-25 intercommunication system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-23JG-40-1 A6. Time Change Item (TCI) TR: TO 00-20-1 A6.2.5.4.8. Launch aircraft TR: applicable –1 Flight Manual A6.10.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.9.1.6.1.3.6. Perform tow team member positions A6. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Special TR: TO 1C-130A-6 A6. Major TR: TO 1C-130A-6WC-15 A6.3.3. Flight station (Brake operator) * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - - - - - * 2b - - - - - - - * 2b - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - 3c - - - 88 (Attachment 6) . Core 3.3.1.4. Operate AN/ARC-186 VHF (SCNS) communications system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-23JG-20-1 A6.1.1.1. Communications equipment A6.1.5.

6. TO 1C-130H-2-00GE-00-1 A6.1.2.1. Tow vehicle (operator) A6. Plumb bob monitor A6.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.1.1.4. Applicable TOs A6. TO 1C-130H-2-07JG-00-1.3.1.8.1.7. Jacking TR: AFOSH STD 91-100.8.1.1.1. Fuselage jack operator A6.1. Axle jack nose landing gear A6.7.6.6.7.1. Jack complete airplane using wing and fuselage jacks A6.3. Jacking team supervisor A6. install and inspect aircraft 21 equipment TR: TO 1C-130A-21.6.6. Cargo compartment (Hand pump operator) A6.1. Tow team supervisor A6. Wing jack operator A6.1.7. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.1.1.3.1.7.1.7. Cargo handling equipment A6.6.8.2.1.1.6.6.6. Jack nose of aircraft using fuselage jacks A6.6.7.1.2.1.6. Remove.6.7.6. Core 3.5.1.7.1. Cradle aircraft TR: TO 1C-130H-2-00GE-00-1 A6.1.1.1.4.1.6.4. Wing A6.6.1.1.6. Tail A6. Cargo detent locks TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 * * * 3c 3c 3c * - - - - * * 3c 3c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 89 (Attachment 6) . Cargo restraint rails TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.1. Perform operational checkout A6. Tasks. Axle jack main landing gear A6. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.6.7.1.6.6.1.1.8.8.2.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.6.1.1.

Detent locks TR: TO 13C10-4-1.8. Static line retriever winch TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.1.2.3.5. Cargo conveyer rollers TR: TO 13C10-4-1 A6. Inspect/repair A6.1.2.8.9.1. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.1.8.8.1. Cargo winch TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6. Service cargo winch TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.1. Static line retriever system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.2.9. Cargo detent locks TR: TO 13C10-4-1 A6. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.1.2.2.4.3. Remove and install A6.8. For passenger seats A6. For palletized cargo A6.8.3. Configure aircraft TR: AFI 11-2C-130 A6.1.3.1.8.1. Tasks. Cargo winch TR: TO 35D4-2-30-1 A6.6.1. sections 5B & 6B for paratroop drops TR: TO 1C-130-H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.9.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.8.1.8.4. Core 3. For paratroop drop - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 90 (Attachment 6) .3.2. 16L1-10-2-3 A6.3. Cargo restraint rails.1.9.3.1. Cargo winch TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.1. Cargo conveyer rollers TR: TO 13C10-4-1 A6.8.8. Cargo restraint rails TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.1.4.1.2.8. Cargo restraint rails TR: TO 13C10-4-1 A6.1.8.4.3.2.2.2.1.1.3.8. For rolling stock A6.1.1.1.8.1.1.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.9.

5.3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Aft cargo door using auxiliary hydraulic system electrically driven pump TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-00-1 A6.1.3.9.9. Core 3.2.11.1.2.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2. Perform after-wash lubrication TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-20-1 A6.2.1.2.2.2.2. Lubricate aircraft A6. For distinguished visitor (DV) A6.2. TO 1C130H-2-12JG-20-1 A6. For aerial delivery system (ADS) A6.1.10.2.1.3.9.1. Perform 15 day flap track lubrication TR: TO 1C-130A-6. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. For aeromedical evacuation A6. 1C130H-2-00GE-00-1 A6.1. AIRFRAME SYSTEMS A6. Airframe components and structure TR: TO 1C-130H-2-00GE-00-1 A6.2.1.3.2.11.11.3. Aft cargo door and ramp A6.9.2. Door system principles of operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52GS-00-1.1.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.7.8. Aft cargo door using auxiliary hydraulic system hand pump TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-00-1 - - - - - - - - * 2b - - - B - - - B B B - - - 2b - - - 2b - - - 2b - - - 91 (Attachment 6) . Tasks. Paratroop door A6. Perform aircraft wash TR: TO 1C-130A-23 A6.1.2.1.3.2.1. For container delivery system (CDS) A6.2. Cargo ramp using auxiliary hydraulic system electrically driven pump TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-00-1 A6. Operate A6.6. Crew door A6.

Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.4.2.4. Aft cargo door TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-30-1 * 2b - - - 2b - - - 2b - - - - - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 92 (Attachment 6) . Paratroop doors TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-10-2 A6.4.14. Crew member seats TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.1.2.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.9.2.10. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.4. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.4.2. Non-NESA windows TR: TO 1C-130H-2-56JG-00-1 A6.3. Access panels TR: TO 1C-130H-2-00GE-00-1 A6. Wing life raft TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.4.5.11.3.12.7. Crew door TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-10-1 A6.4.2.13.3. Door and ramp pressure seals TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-00-1 A6. Tasks.4. Paratroop door TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-10-2 A6.5.2.6. Radome TR: TO 1C-130H-2-05JG-00-1 A6.4.2.2. Structural panels TR: TO 1C-130H-3 A6.4.2. Crew door TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-10-1 A6.4.4.2. Core 3. NESA windshields/windows TR: TO 1C-130H-2-56JG-00-1 A6. Remove and install A6.2. Leading edges TR: TO 1C-130H-2-51JG-00-1 A6. Nacelle access doors TR: TO 1C-130H-2-00GE-00-1 A6.2.3.2.4.2.4. Cargo ramp using auxiliary hydraulic system hand pump TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-00-1 A6.2.6.4. Wing life raft stowage compartment liner TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.2.4.8.2.2.4.

15.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.17. Rig A6.2. Troubleshoot ramp system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52FI-00-1 A6.5. Crew door TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-10-1 A6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.2. Center top emergency exit hatch TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-20-1 A6.9.5.2. Check crew door lower torque tube for allowable rotation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-10-1 A6.4.4.2.5.4.4.5.19.2.2.4. Forward and aft top emergency exit doors TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-20-1 A6. Side emergency exit doors TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-20-1 A6.2. V-band coupling TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1-1 A6.2. Aft cargo door system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-30-1 A6.7.4. Open and close A6.2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Negator spring and counterbalance mechanism TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-10-2 A6.8.2. Core 3.4. Paratroop door TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-10-2 A6.4. Nacelle access doors TR: TO 1C-130H-2-00GE-00-1 - - - - 2b - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - 93 (Attachment 6) .2. Static line retriever TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.2.9. Troubleshoot aft cargo door system TR: TO 1C-130H-52FI-00-1 A6.2.20.3.2.22.2.2.1.4.21.1. Bomb rack TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.18. Cargo ramp TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-30-2 A6.2.6.2. Tasks. Cargo ramp TR: TO 1C-130H-2-52JG-30-2 A6.16.2. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.5.

2. Determine serviceability of tires TR: TO 4T-1-3.3.3.5.4.1.3.2. Shock strut (alternate method) TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2 A6.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.3.1.2.3.3. Tires TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2.2.3. Team member A6. Supervisor A6.3.3.5.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.3.2.3.2.10. Inspect/service crew/passenger comfort facilities TR: TO 1C-130H-2-25JG-00-1 A6.3.3.1.2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.3.2.9.2. Anti skid TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-40-1 A6.2.3.1.3. Raise/lower forward nose landing gear door TR: TO 1C130H-2-32JG-20-1 A6. Core 3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.2.3.3. Nose landing gear (NLG) wheel and tire assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-20-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - B - - - - - - - - - - - * 3c - - - * 2b - - - - - - - 2b - - - * 3c - - - 94 (Attachment 6) .2. TO 1C-130H-200GE-00-1 A6. Shock strut (preferred method) TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2 A6. LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS A6.9. Perform operational check A6.1.3. Steering system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-50-1 A6.1.3.3. Landing gear retraction/extension TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6.1. TO 1C-130H-2-00GE-00-1 A6. Service A6. Remove and install A6. Tasks. Nose radome TR: TO 1C-130H-2-05JG-00-1 A6. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32GS-00-1 A6.

5. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.6.3. MLG hydraulic motor TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6. NLG forward and aft doors TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-20-1 A6.3. Main landing gear (MLG) wheel and tire assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-40-1 A6. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Bleed brake system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-40-1 * 3c - - - 1b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1b - - - 95 (Attachment 6) . Tasks.2.11.7. MLG ballscrew trunnion assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6.5.5.5.6. MLG torque strut TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6. MLG friction washer.3. Core 3.9.16.3.5.4.3.3.14.5.10.3.6.15.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6. MLG inboard and outboard doors TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6.3.5.3. Brake assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-40-1 A6.3.5. nut and spacer TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6.13.3.5.5.5. MLG shock strut assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6.5.5.5. NLG steering control valve TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-50-1 A6. MLG manual gear box assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3. MLG ball screw TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6.8.12.3.5. NLG strut TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-20-1 A6. Brakes A6. MLG drag pin TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6. cap.3.3.1.3. MLG track shoes TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6.3.5.

3.2.3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Remove and install MLG parking brake cable TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-40-1 A6.4.2.3. Air conditioning TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21GS-00-1 A6.3. Bleed air TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21GS-00-1 A6.7. Perform operational check of MLG normal brake system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-40-1 A6.7.3.6.4.3. Remove and install parking brake crossover cables TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-40-1 A6.3. Troubleshoot landing gear system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32FI-00-1-1.2.3. Pressurization TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21GS-00-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - B - - - B - - - B - - - - - - - 96 (Attachment 6) .5.7.4.3.8.1.4. NLG forward and aft doors TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-20-1 A6.3. UTILITY SYSTEMS A6. Core 3. Tasks.4.1.4.3.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.3.7. MLG inboard and outboard doors TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6.1. NLG steering valve TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-50-1 A6. Wing overheat warning system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30GS-00-1 A6.3. Perform operational check of MLG emergency brake system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-40-1 A6.4.4. TO 1C-130H-2-32FI-00-1-2 A6.1.4.7. Inspect landing gear system TR: TO 1C-130A-6 A6.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.6.6. MLG shoes TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-1 A6.9.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Components and system operation A6.6. Adjust/Rig A6.1.1.

Windshield wiper TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30GS-00-1 A6.2.4.2.4.2. Pressurization TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21JG-30-1 A6.3.4.2.7.8.9.1.2.4.3.4. Fire extinguishing TR: TO 1C-130H-2-26GS-00-1 A6.1.4.2.2.4.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.10. Auxiliary power unit (APU) Generator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-24JG-20-1 A6.5. Fire/overheat detection/warning TR: TO 1C-130H-2-26GS-00-1 A6. Tasks.2. Remove and install * B - - - - - - - B - - - B - - - B - - - B - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - b - - - 97 (Attachment 6) .2.2. Air turbine motor (ATM) TR: TO 1C-130E-2-49GS-00-1-1 A6.2.1.6.4. Fire extinguishing TR: TO 1C-130H-2-26GS 00-1 A6. ATM TR: TO 1C-130E-2-49JG-00-1-1 A6. Operate systems A6. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.4. Core 3.4.4.5.2.8.7. Fire/overheat warning TR: TO 1C-130H-2-26JG-10-1 A6.4.1.4. Anti-ice/de-ice TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30GS-00-1 A6.10.4.4.4.9.1.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.4. Bleed air TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21JG-10-1 A6.4. Oxygen TR: TO 1C-130H-2-35JG-00-1 A6.6. Windshield wiper TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1 A6. Oxygen TR: TO 1C-130H-2-35GS-00-1 A6. Air conditioning TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21JG-00-1 A6. Anti-ice/de-ice TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1 A6.4.

4.4. Fire/overheat warning TR: TO 1C-130H-2-26JG-10-1 A6. Detect aircraft pressure leaks TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21JG-30-1 * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3c - - - - - - - - - - - 98 (Attachment 6) .4.4.2. Tasks.4.4.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.6.4.4.7.4. Air conditioning TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21JG-00-1 A6. ATM TR: TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1 A6.4.3.4.3.4. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.3.5.4.1.4. Service oxygen system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2 A6.4.4.4. Troubleshoot windshield wiper system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30FI-00-1 A6. Oxygen TR: TO 1C-130H-2-35JG-00-1 A6. Anti-ice/de-ice TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1 A6.6.3.9.4. Bleed air TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21JG-10-1. Windshield wiper motor TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1-1 A6. TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1-1 A6.2.4. Windshield wiper converter TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1-1 A6.5.4. Core 3. Windshield wiper blades TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1-1 A6.4.1.4.4.4.3.4.8.7.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4.3.5. Windshield wiper flexdrive cable TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1-1 A6. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.4. Inspect systems A6. Pressurization TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21JG-30-1 A6. Fire extinguishing TR: TO 1C-130H-2-26JG-10-1 A6.3. Windshield wiper arm assemblies TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1-1 A6. Windshield wiper TR: TO 1C-130H-2-30JG-00-1 A6.4.4.

5.2.5.5.7. Operate system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-00-1 A6. Rudder push/pull rod TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-20-1 B B - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - - - - - 99 (Attachment 6) .3.1.5.3. Core 3.4. Inspect aileron system TR: TO 1C-130A-6 A6.5.3.5.5. Rudder system A6. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27GS-00-1 A6.1.6. Remove and install A6. Aileron trim tab TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-10-2 A6.5. Aileron booster assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-10-1 A6.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6. Tasks.5.5. Aileron push/pull rod TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-10-1 A6.5.1.1.1.2.2.5.1.5. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27GS-00-1 A6. Rudder TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-20-1 A6.1.5.5.5. Rig and adjust aileron system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-10-1 A6. Troubleshoot aileron system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27FI-00-1 A6.1. Aileron system A6.5.3.3.5. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.3.1. Operate system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-00-1 A6.2. Rig and adjust aileron trim system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-10-2 A6.1.5.2.1.2. Aileron trim tab actuator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-10-2 A6.1.3.4.2.5. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.1.2. Remove and install A6. FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS A6.1. Aileron TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-10-1 A6.1.3.2.1.2.5.3.3.5.

5.3.3.5. Elevator system A6.3.5.5. Core 3. Operate system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-00-1 A6.5.2.3.6.5. Elevator trim tab TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-30-2 A6.4.5. Rudder trim tab TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-20-2 A6.1.3. Inspect rudder system TR: TO 1C-130A-6 A6. Rudder booster assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-20-1 A6. Rudder trim tab actuator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-20-2 A6.3.3.3.3.2.5.6. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27GS-00-1 A6.3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.5.4.1.2.5.4. Remove and install A6.5.7. Elevator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-30-1 A6.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2.3.3.3.5.2.5.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6. Tasks. Troubleshoot rudder system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27FI-00-1 A6.3. Rig and adjust rudder trim system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-20-2 A6.2.5.3.5.5.2. Elevator trim tab actuator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-30-2 A6.5. Elevator trim tab flexible driveshaft TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-30-2 A6.3.5.5. Rig and adjust rudder system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-20-1 A6. Elevator booster assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-30-1 A6.2.3. Elevator push/pull rod TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-30-1 A6.3.3.5.4.3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.3.3. Inspect elevator system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-30-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - B - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 100 (Attachment 6) .3.2.

3.4.3.5.3. TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-50-1-2 A6. Flap torque shafts and bearings TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-50-1-1.7.3.5.2.5. Flap actuator assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-50-1-1. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27GS-00-1 A6.4.1. Flap manual drive cable TR: 1C-130H-2-27JG-50-1 A6.5.5.5.6.2.5. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.4.2. Remove and install A6. TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-50-1-2 A6.5.3.4.1.6.4.4.3. Flap TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-50-1-1.3.6.3.6.5. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-29GS-00-1-1 A6.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5. Tasks. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS A6.5.6.4. Troubleshoot elevator system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27FI-00-1 A6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.4. Core 3.4.1.4. Inspect flap system TR: TO 1C-130A-6 A6. Operate system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-00-1 A6. Troubleshoot flap system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27FI-00-1 A6.4. TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-50-1-2 A6. Rig and adjust flap system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-50-1-1.5. Rig and adjust elevator system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-30-2 A6.1. Rig and adjust elevator trim system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-30-2 A6.2.4.5.5. Flap system A6. Service A6.5. TO 1C-130H-2-27JG-50-1-2 A6.4.5.6. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.3. Hydraulic reservoirs TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2 * - - - - - - - - - - - - B - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - B - - - 2b - - - 101 (Attachment 6) .

5.1. Power plant components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-70GS-00-1 A6. Operate auxiliary hydraulic system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-29-JG-00-1-2 A6.6.5. Pressure switches TR: TO 1C-130H-2-29JG-1-2 A6.2.6.2.5.7.5. Troubleshoot system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-29FI-00-1 A6. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Auxiliary power unit (APU) components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-49GS-00-1 A6.6. Engine driven hydraulic pump TR: TO 1C-130H-2-29JG-00-1-1 A6. Booster or utility system accumulator TR: TO 1C-130H-29JG-00-1-1 A6.4.6. Auxiliary system accumulator TR: TO 1C-130H-29JG-00-1-2 A6.1.5.3.5. Rig ground test valve cable TR: TO 1C-130H-2-29JG-00-1-2 A6.7.6. POWER PLANT SYSTEMS A6. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Remove and install A6.2.6.6. Connect/disconnect hydraulic test stand TR: TO 1C-130H-2-05JG-00-1 A6.5.7.2. Hydraulic accumulators TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2 A6.7. Gas turbine compressor (GTC) components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130E-2-49GS-00-1 * 2b - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - B - - - B - - - B - - - 102 (Attachment 6) .6.7.6.C-130 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Tasks.3.5.4. Core 3.7. Ground test valve TR: TO 1C-130H-2-29JG-00-1-2 A6.6.6.6.5.6.6. Auxiliary hydraulic pump TR: TO 1C-130H-2-29JG-00-1-2 A6. Pressure transmitters TR: TO 1C-130H-2-29JG-00-1-2 A6.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A6.3.

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A6.7.4. Operate A6.7.4.1. Power plant TR: TO 1C-130H-2-71JG-00-1 A6.7.4.2. APU TR: TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1 A6.7.4.3. GTC TR: TO 1C-130E-2-49JG-00-1-1 A6.7.5. Service A6.7.5.1. Engine oil system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2 A6.7.5.2. APU oil tank TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2 A6.7.5.3. GTC oil tank TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2 A6.7.5.4. Engine starter TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2 A6.7.6. Remove and install power plant components A6.7.6.1. Starter TR: TO 1C-130H-2-80JG-00-1 A6.7.6.2. Starter control valve TR: TO 1C-130H-2-80JG-00-1 A6.7.6.3. Fuel and oil filters TR: TO 1C-130H-2-80JG-00-1 A6.7.6.4. Tailpipe TR: TO 1C-130H-2-71JG-00-2 A6.7.6.5. Tachometer generator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-77JG-00-1 A6.7.6.6. Throttle and condition lever components TR: TO 1C-130H-2-76JG-00-1 A6.7.6.7. Ignition relay TR: TO 1C-130H-2-80JG-00-1 A6.7.6.8. Speed switch TR: TO 1C-130H-2-80JG-00-1 * 2b -

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A6.7.6.9. Oil cooler TR: TO 1C-130H-2-79JG-00-1 A6.7.6.10. Oil cooler flap actuator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-79JG-00-1 A6.7.6.11. Inlet anti-ice valve TR: TO 1C-130H-2-75JG-00-1 A6.7.6.12. Fuel heater strainer TR: TO 1C-130H-2-73JG-00-1 A6.7.6.13. External scavenge oil filter element TR: TO 1C-130H-2-79JG-20-1 A6.7.6.14. Generator and disconnect assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-24JG-20-1 A6.7.6.15. Bleed air shutoff valve TR: TO 1C-130H-2-21JG-10-1 A6.7.7. Remove and install APU components A6.7.7.1. Generator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-24JG-20-1 A6.7.7.2. Speed switch TR: TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1 A6.7.7.3. APU TR: TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1 A6.7.8. Remove and install GTC TR: TO 1C-130E-2-49JG-00-1-1 A6.7.9. Engine removal and installation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-71JG-00-2 A6.7.9.1. Perform engine removal preparation A6.7.9.2. Perform engine installation preparation inspection A6.7.10. Adjust/rig engine throttle and condition lever cables TR: TO 1C-130H-2-76JG-00-1 A6.7.11. Troubleshoot engine system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-70FI-00-1-2 A6.8. PROPELLERS

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A6.8.1. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-61GS-00-1 A6.8.2. Service propeller TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2 A6.8.3. Remove/install propeller assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-61JG-10-1 A6.8.4. Remove/install propeller brush block assembly TR: TO 1C-130H-2-61JG-10-1 A6.8.5. Remove/install propeller after body TR: TO 1C-130H-2-61JG-10-1 A6.8.6. Remove/install synchrophaser TR: TO 1C-130H-2-61JG-20-1 A6.8.7. Troubleshoot propeller system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-61FI-00-1 A6.9. FUEL SYSTEM A6.9.1. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-28GS-00-1 A6.9.2. Service A6.9.2.1. Refuel A6.9.2.1.1. Single point refueling (SPR) panel operator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-1 A6.9.2.1.2. Supervisor TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-1 A6.9.2.1.3. Concurrent servicing supervisor TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-1, TO 00-25-172 A6.9.2.2. Defuel A6.9.2.2.1. SPR panel operator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-1 A6.9.2.2.2. Flight station panel operator TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-1 A6.9.2.2.3. Supervisor TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-1 * *

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A6.9.2.3. Perform ground transfer TR: TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-1 A6.9.2.4. Drain residual fuel from tanks TR: TO 1C-130H-2-28JG-00-1 A6.9.3. In-Flight Refueling (IFR) system (Fletcher pods) A6.9.3.1. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-28GS-00-1 A6.9.3.2. Inspect system TR: TO 1C-130A-6 A6.9.3.3. Remove and install TR: TO 1C-130H-2-28JG-20-2 A6.9.3.3.1. Reel A6.9.3.3.2. Hose A6.9.3.3.3. Paradrouge A6.9.3.4. Perform operational check A6.9.4. In-flight air refueling (IARS) system (MCARS pods) A6.9.4.1. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130(M)H-2-44GS-00-1 A6.9.4.2. Apply IARS system power TR: TO 1C-130(M)H-2-44JG-00-1 A6.9.4.3. Remove/install A6.9.4.3.1. Hose TR: TO 1C-130(M)H-2-44JG-30-1 A6.9.4.3.2. Vairable drag drogue TR: TO 1C-130(M)H-2-44JG-30-1 A6.9.4.4. Perform operational check TR: TO 1C-130(M)H-2-44JG-00-1 A6.9.4.5. Perform IBIT test TR: TO 1C-130(M)H-2-44JG-00-1 A6.9.4.6. Prime/drain pod/pylon assembly TR: TO 1C-130(M)H-2-44JG-00-1

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A6.9.4.7. Pressurize/leak check pod/pylon assembly TR: TO 1C-130(M)H-2-44JG-00-1 A6.9.4.8. Lube pod/pylon assembly and components TR: 1C-130A-6 A6.9.5 Troubleshoot fuel system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-28FI-00-1-1, TO 1C-130H-2-28FI-00-1-2, TO 1C-130H-2-28FI-00-1-2-1, TO 1C-130H-2-28FI-00-1-3, TO 1C-130H-2-28FI-00-1-4 A6.10. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM A6.10.1. Components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130H-2-24GS-00-1 A6.10.2. Connect and disconnect external electrical power TR: TO 1C-130H-2-05JG-00-1 A6.10.3. Perform operational check A6.10.3.1. Electrical power supply system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-24JG-20-1 A6.10.3.2. Lighting system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-33JG-00-1 A6.10.4. Remove and install A6.10.4.1. Light assemblies and components TR: TO 1C-130H-2-33JG-00-1 A6.10.4.2. Airplane and SCNS batteries TR: TO 1C-130H-2-24JG-30-1 A6.10.5. Troubleshoot system TR: TO 1C-130H-2-24FI-00-1-1, TR: TO 1C-130H-2-24FI-00-1-2 TR: TO 1C-130H-2-24FI-00-2

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3. Maintain AFTO 781 series forms TR: TO 00-20-1 A7. LAIRCM equipped aircraft A7.3.4.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.5.5.1.5.5.3. Combined preflight/basic postflight TR: TO 1C-130J-6WC-13 A7.3.1. 5 7 Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.1. Isochronal inspection concept TR: TO 00-20-1 A7. Thruflight TR: TO 1C-130J-6WC-11 A7.1.1.4.3.3. Major A7.6.1. Preflight TR: TO 1C-130J-6WC-10 A7.3. Certification For OJT 4.1.1.1.1. AIRCRAFT GENERAL TR: 1C-130J-2-CD-1 A7.8.7.1. Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft containing ammunition/explosives TR: AFI 91-100 A7. Acceptance * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * - - - - - - - - - - - - 109 (Attachment 7) .1.2.1. Minor A7. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3.5. NOTE 2: This attachment is to be used as an alternative to Attachment 6.1.5.1. Home station check TR: TO 1C-130J-6WC-14 A7.5.3. I A7.3.5.5.3.1. Aircraft inspections A7.1. Tasks. Aircraft inspection principles TR: TO 1C-130J-6 A7. Using standard and technical Publications TR: AFI 37-160 Vol. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E Training Start NOTE 1: This attachment is be used in conjunction with Attachment 2.2. Basic postflight TR: TO 1C-130J-6WC-12 A7.5.2.1. Core Tasks 1.5.5.5.1. Perform inspections TR: TO 00-20-1 A7.

COMM/NAV/ID Management Unit (CNI-MU) operation A7.1.1.8.1.3.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.6.8. Use of soft panels TR: TO 1C-130J-2-48GS-00-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 110 (Attachment 7) .5.1. Head Up Display (HUD) A7. Dual slot data transfer system (DSDTS) A7. Knowledge And Technical References 3.4.1. Certification For OJT 4. Head Down Display (HDD) A7.5. Core Tasks 1.5.1.6. Communication/navigation/ identification (COMM/NAV/ID) management system (CNI-MS) TR: TO1C-130J-2-48GS-00-1 A7. Bus Interface Unit (BIU) A7.1. Removable memory module (RMM) A7.7.9 Special A7.1.6.1. Tasks.1.10.1.3.2.8.6.8.2. Mission Computer (MC) 1 & 2 A7.7.3.4.6.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.8.1. Operational checkout of hard panels TR: TO 1C-130J-2-31JG-10-1 A7.1.7.4. COMM/NAV/ID System processor (CNI-SP) A7. Indicating and recording system components and operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-31GS-00-1 A7. Communication/navigation/ electronic circuit breaker control panel (CNBP) A7.4. Avionic Management Unit (AMU) A7.8.1.1.1. System integration and display components and operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-46GS-00-1 A7.1.6. Time Change Item (TCI) A7. Bus Adapter Unit (BAU) TYPE I & II A7.7.6.1.1.2.3.2. Control panels A7.1.6.1.

1.1.9.4. Maintenance unique A7.3. Debrief aircraft A7.9.1. System mounting/un-mounting A7.9.4.2.1.1.1.1.3.2.1.1.9.1.1.1.4.1. Portable maintenance aid (PMA) function and operation TR: TO 31S5-4-2834-1 A7.9.1.1. Deployed Ground Maintenance System (GMS) procedures TR: TO 31S5-4-6197-1 A7. PMA tool bar operation A7.9.9.1.9. Aircraft maintenance operations A7. Shutting down the PMA A7.9.4.4.4. Deploy/undeploy aircraft A7. Faults / Advisory Caution and Warning System (ACAWS) A7. Engine related tasks * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 111 (Attachment 7) .3.1.9. Tasks.9.3.9.1. Aircraft/LRU software loading procedures A7.9.4.3. Initiated Built-In-Test (IBIT) A7.2.1.1.9.1. CD ROM drive operation A7.3.9. Perform checkpoint of data base A7. Data Bus Test Points (DBTS) A7.1.4. Loading software to Line Replaceable Units (LRU) A7.1.2.6.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4.2. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Perform deployed back up data transfer A7. Certification For OJT 4.3.9.3. TO 1C-130J-2-00JG-00-1 A7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.5.8.9. Core Tasks 1. Technical manuals A7.4. Remove and install control panels TR: TO 1C-130J-2-31JG-10-1.1.9.3.4.1.1.9.1. Perform RMM utilities A7.1.1.1.9.

5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.11.1. Recover aircraft TR: TO 1C-130J-2-10JG-00-1 A7.1. Perform Powerplant change A7.10.11.1. VHF TR: TO 1C-130J-2-23JG-20-2 A7. Moor aircraft (chains) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-10JG-00-1 A7. Deice aircraft TR: TO 42C-1-2 A7.10.11.11.2. Hand pump operator A7.2.1.1. Prepare aircraft for tow A7.2.11.4. Operate radios A7. Tow team supervisor A7.5.10.1.2.11.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.9. Wing/tail walker A7.4.1. Tasks. Brake operator A7. Perform ground handling TR: AFOSHSTD 91-100 A7.10. Tow aircraft TR: TO 1C-130J-2-09JG-10-1 A7.1.5. Export NIU data A7.1.11.6.1. Get home control panel TR: TO 1C-130J-2-23JG-00-1 A7.2.1. Aircraft communications equipment A7.11.10.6.1.5.2.4.1.3. UHF TR: TO 1C-130J-2-23JG-30-1 A7. Use Intercommunication System (ICS) control panel TR: TO 1C-130J-2-23JG-50-1 A7. Knowledge And Technical References 3.6. Certification For OJT 4.9.6.1.5.1.11.1.1.2.5.4. Import and Export engine data A7.1.1.1.2.1.3.1. Launch aircraft TR: Applicable -1 flight manual A7.5.5.3.9.1.1.1.11.3.11. Core Tasks 1.11.1.10. Tow vehicle operator * * * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 112 (Attachment 7) .4.

Pallet Lock Control Units (PLCU) * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 113 (Attachment 7) .13.13.5.1.11.4.6.1. Enhanced Cargo Handling System (ECHS) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-25JG-00-1-1 A7. Inspect A7.2.11.5. Center rails A7.1.3. Restraint rails A7.1. Operational checkout A7. Vertical restraints A7.1.3.1.11.13. Remove. Nose jack team member A7. Jacking supervisor A7.5.11. Wing jack team member A7.1. Core Tasks 1.11.4. Axle jack nose landing gear A7. install and inspect -21 equipment TR: 1C-130J-21 A7. Certification For OJT 4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.13.4.5.12.6.3.13. AFOSH STD 91-100 A7.11.6.11.1.1.1.1.13. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.13. Lock calibration A7.13.13. Plumb bob operator A7.1.13.6.6.1. Cradle aircraft for major maintenance TR: TO 1C-130J-3 A7.11.1.1. 1C–130J-2-07JG-10-1.6. Remove and install A7. Axle jack main landing gear A7.1.2.5.13.1. Jack aircraft TR: TO 1C-130J-2-07JG-00-1.1. Lock duct out check A7.1.6. Jack nose of aircraft using fuselage jacks A7.6.1. Electric locks A7.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7. Tasks.1.1.5.6.2.11.5.1.6.5.8.

Passenger/personnel A7.14.1. Distinguished Visitor (DV) A7.2. Cargo winch TR: TO 1C-130J-2-25JG-00-1-1 A7.1.2.19.19.5.1.1.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.1.1.2.15. Lube aircraft after wash A7.16.14. Airframe components and structure TR: TO 1C-130J-2-00GV-00-1 A7.2.2.1. Door system principles of operation A7.7.2. Inspect/operational check components A7. Aeromedical evacuation A7.1. Multifunction Control Display (MFCD) A7. Aerial Delivery System (ADS) A7.15.2.13.15.1. Remove/install galley microwave TR: TO 1C-130J-2-25JG-00-1-1 A7. Certification For OJT 4. Core Tasks 1.1.19.1.2. Reconfigure aircraft A7.1. Operate A7. Service/repair A7.1. Perform aircraft wash A7.18. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.1. Container Delivery System (CDS) A7.14.1.15.14.6.3. Tasks. Tactical airlift personnel A7.1.14.1.1.14.2.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4.3. AIRFRAME SYSTEMS A7.1. Crew entry door TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-10-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 114 (Attachment 7) . Remove/install A7. Rolling stock/palletized cargo A7.1.5. Lavatory and Waste System TR: TO 1C-130J-2-38JG-30-1 A7.17.14.1. Remove/install/repair components A7.14.1.1.

Paratroop door TR: TO 1C-130J-52JG-10-2 A7.4. Paratroop TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-10-2 A7. Leading edges TR: TO 1C-130J-2-57JG-00-1 * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 115 (Attachment 7) . Core Tasks 1.2.2.2.2.2.4.1.2.3.2.2.2.4.3.3. Remove and install A7.7. Operate doors A7.2.2.1.4. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3. Life rafts TR: TO 1C-130J-2-25JG-00-1-2 A7.4.9.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.4. Aft cargo door and ramp TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-30-1. Normal TR: TO 1C-130J-52JG-00-1 A7. Crew entry TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-10-1 A7. Pressure seals A7.4.2.5.4.2.2.3.2.4.6.2.2.4.3. Emergency escape hatches TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-20-1 A7.2. Panels TR: TO 1C-130J-2-00GV-00-1 *A7.2. Tasks.3. Structural panels TR: TO 1C-130J-2-53JG-00-1 A7.4. 1C-130J-2-52JG-30-2 A7. Crew door TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-10-1 A7. Radomes A7.2.3.2.2.2.4.1.3. Cowlings A7.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Emergency escape hatches TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-20-1 A7.2. Certification For OJT 4.4. Aft cargo door and ramp A7.4.4.2.3. Emergency TR: TO 1C-130J-52JG-00-1 A7. Windshields/windows TR: TO 1C-130J-2-56JG-00-1 A7.8.2.

2. Radomes TR: TO 1C-130J-2-00JG-00-1 A7.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4.4.6.2. Paratroop door TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-10-2 A7.2.11.2.10. Aircraft escape hatches TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-20-1 A7.17. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.16. Tasks. Static line retriever TR: TO 1C-130J-2-25JG-00-1-2 A7. Negator spring TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-10-1/-2 A7. Certification For OJT 4. Hydraulic actuator (cargo door and ramp) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-30-1/-2 A7.2. Cowling TR: TO 1C-130J-2-00GV-00-1 A7.5.4.2. Open and close A7.4. Troubleshoot cargo ramp and door system TR TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-30-1/-2 A7. Aft cargo door and ramp TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-30-2 A7.15.10.10.2.14.1.2. Aft cargo door safety lock TR: TO 1C-130J-2-00JG-00-1 A7. Raise/lower forward nose landing gear door TR: TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-20-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 116 (Attachment 7) . Check crew entry door lower torque tube for allowable rotation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-10-1 A7. Rig paratroop door TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-10-2 A7.8.2.9.13.2.2. Rig crew entry door TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-10-1 A7.4. Parachute initiation device TR: TO 1C-130J-2-25JG-00-1-2 A7.12.4. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Core Tasks 1.2.2.2.3.4.2.2.4.10. Rig cargo ramp and door system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-52JG-30-1/-2 A7.7.2.2.10.

3. Perform operational check A7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7. Tasks.3.1.3.2.7.3. LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS A7. 20-1.12.3.6.3. Tires A7. Anti skid TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-40-1 A7.7. Landing gear retraction supervisor TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-00-1 A7.3.1. Shock strut (Alternate method) A7.1.3.6.2.1.2.3.5. Knowledge And Technical References 3.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3. Inspect crew/passenger comfort facilities A7.4.3.2. Certification For OJT 4.5. Shock strut (Preferred method) A7. Landing gear retraction member TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-00-1 A7.5. Determine serviceability of aircraft tires TR: TO 1C-130J-2-00GV-00-1 A7.3. Remove/install landing gear components TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-10-1. Inspect landing gear system TR: TO 1C-130J-6 A7.3. Service TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-2 A7.3. 40-1.2.5.6. Main landing gear wheel and tire assemblies * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * - - - - 117 (Attachment 7) . Troubleshoot A7. Core Tasks 1.2.4. Steering system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-50-1 A7.11.3. Service crew/passenger comfort facilities A7.7.3.3. Nose landing gear wheel and tire assembly A7.6.3. Landing gear components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32GS-00-1 A7.3.5. 50-1 A7.3.

Nose landing gear forward and aft door A7.7.7. Bleed brake systems A7.7.9.10.3. Main landing gear friction washer A7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.8.7.7.7.7. Main landing gear ball screw A7.8.3.3.16.8.13.2. Main landing gear shoes A7.3.5. Main landing gear gearbox A7.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.11. Perform emergency main landing gear brake system operational check A7.8.3.8.9.12.4. Adjust/rig landing gear components - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 118 (Attachment 7) . Main landing gear inboard and outboard doors A7.3. Nose landing gear upper and lower torque arms A7.3. Tasks.3.8.4. Main landing gear trunnion A7.17. Brakes TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-40-1 A7.7.7. Main landing gear torque strut A7.7.7.7.5.3.3. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Certification For OJT 4.8.3.3. Remove and install parking brake crossover cable A7.3. Brake assemblies A7. Main landing gear motor A7.7.3. Nose steering control valve A7.1.3.7.3.14.3. Nose landing gear strut A7. Remove and install parking brake cable A7.3. Main landing gear strut A7.7.3.3.6. Core Tasks 1.7.3.3.3. Perform normal main landing gear brake system operational check A7.15.3. Main landing gear drag pin A7.

Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.1.1. Bleed air system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-36JG-00-1 A7.2. Main landing gear inboard and outboard door TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-10-1 A7. Wing overheat warning system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-36JG-00-1 A7.4. Core Tasks 1.9.1.10. Main landing gear friction washer TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-30-1 A7. Anti-ice/de-ice system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-30JG-00-1 A7.4. UTILITY SYSTEMS A7.1.4. Smoke detection system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-26JG-10-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 119 (Attachment 7) . Main landing gear shoes TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-30-1 A7.4. Fire/overheat detection system (FODS) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-26JG-10-1 A7. Air conditioning system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-21JG-00-1 A7.3.1.8.6.9.2. Utility system components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-36GS-00-1 A7.4.5.1.9.4.3.3.9.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7. Pressurization system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-21JG-30-1 A7.4.5.4.1.9.3.1.4.3.9. Fire extinguishing system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-26JG-20-1 A7. Certification For OJT 4.4.1.4. Oxygen system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-35JG-00-1 A7.3.4. Nose landing gear forward and aft door TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-20-1 A7. Tasks.1. Nose landing gear steering system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-32JG-50-1 A7.1.4. Rain protection system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-30JG-00-1 A7.4.7.

10.5.3. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) generator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-49JG-00-1 A7. Tasks.2.2.4. Certification For OJT 4.2.2.4. Pressurization system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-21JG-30-1 A7.4.7.4.8.4.4.4.4.4.2.2. Fire extinguishing system A7.6.4.3. Smoke detection system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-26JG-10-1 A7. Anti-ice/de-ice system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-30JG-00-1 A7. Inspect A7.4. Fire/overheat detection system (FODS) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-26JG-10-1 A7. Pressurization system A7. Oxygen system A7. Rain protection system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-30JG-00-1 A7.1.1.2.4.9.4. Bleed air system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-36JG-00-1 A7. Rain protection system A7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.3.5. Air conditioning system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-21JG-00-1 A7.2.4.3. Operate A7.4. Bleed air system A7.4.3.4.2.8.3.4.3. Air conditioning system A7. Anti-ice/de-ice system A7.4. Fire extinguishing system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-26JG-20-1 A7. Knowledge And Technical References 3.6.3.3.2. Service oxygen system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-2 * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 120 (Attachment 7) .4.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2.7.4. Core Tasks 1.4.3.3. Oxygen system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-35JG-00-1 A7.2. Fire/overheat detection system (FODS) A7.4.2.4.

Flight control components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27GS-00-1 A7.9.1. Remove/install wiper motor/converter/blade TR: TO 1C-130J-2-30JG-00-1 A7. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Remove and install aileron TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-10-1 A7.5.5.2.1.5.5. Remove and install bleed air V-Band couplings TR: TO 1C-130J-2-36JG-00-1 A7. Tasks. Remove and install aileron boost pack TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-10-1 A7. FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS A7.8. Troubleshoot windshield wiper system A7.5.5.2.5.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2. Remove and install aileron trim tab actuator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-10-2 A7.8.9.5.2.2. Aileron control components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27GS-00-1 A7.5.2. Remove and install aileron push/pull rod TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-10-1 A7.7. Inspect aileron system A7.4. Rig and adjust aileron system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-10-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 121 (Attachment 7) .4.5.6. Operate aileron system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-00-1 A7.2.6.4. Core Tasks 1. Remove and install aileron trim tab TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-10-2 A7.5.2.3.2. Ailerons A7.4.2.5.5.4. Remove/service/install portable oxygen bottles TR: TO 1C-130J-2-35JG-00-1 A7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7. Certification For OJT 4.2.5.

5.10. Rig and adjust rudder trim system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-20-2 A7.3. Rig and adjust rudder system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-20-1 A7.5.7.11. Tasks.1.4.4. Core Tasks 1.5. Elevator control components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27GS-00-1 A7. Troubleshoot aileron system A7. Remove and install rudder trim tab TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-20-2 A7.5.3.5.5.2.3.8.4. Remove and install elevator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 122 (Attachment 7) . Knowledge And Technical References 3.3.3.4. Remove and install rudder TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-20-1 A7.5.3.3. Certification For OJT 4.5.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Operate elevator system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-00-1 A7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7. Operate rudder system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-00-1 A7. Rudder A7.1.5.5.3.3.3.9. Rudder control components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27GS-00-1 A7.6.5. Remove and install rudder boost pack TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-20-1 A7.5.5. Rig and adjust aileron trim system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-10-2 A7.5.5.3.2.3.5. Remove and install rudder push/pull rod TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-20-1 A7.3.11. Remove and install rudder trim tab actuator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-20-2 A7. Elevators A7.2.5.4.3.2. Inspect rudder system A7. Troubleshoot rudder system A7.10.5.5.

4.5.11. Stall warning system operational checkout TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-3 A7.8.4.13. Core Tasks 1.13.13. Remove and install elevator trim tab actuator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-2 A7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.5.5.4.3.5.4.5.2. Certification For OJT 4. control cables and sector assembly TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-3 A7. capstan.4.5.12.9.4.4. Remove and install elevator trim tab flex drive TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-2 A7.5. Trouble shoot elevator system A7.4.7.5. Flaps A7.5.4. Removal and installation of stick pusher control actuator. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Stall warning system components and operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27GS-00-1 A7. Inspect elevator system A7.6.5.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Remove and install elevator trim tab TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-2 A7.4.5.4.5.13.1. Rig and adjust elevator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-1 A7.5.10.4. Rig and adjust elevator trim system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-2 A7. Remove and install elevator boost pack TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-1 A7.5.5. Tasks.4. Flap system components and operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27GS-00-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 123 (Attachment 7) .5.1. Adjustment of stick pusher control cable tension TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-3 A7.5. Remove and install elevator push/pull rod TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-30-1 A7.4.5.

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM A7.3.5.6. Pressure transducers TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29JG-30-1 A7.6.5.3.1.6.6.5.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7. Certification For OJT 4.6. Tasks. Rig and adjust flap system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-50-1-1. Remove and install flap manual drive cable TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-50-1-1 A7.2.5. Connect/disconnect hydraulic test stand TR: TO 1C-130J-2-00JG-00-1 A7.5.5.6.6. Auxiliary hydraulic pump TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29JG-20-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 124 (Attachment 7) .6.6.5.5. Knowledge And Technical References 3.5.7. Remove and install flap jackscrew TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-50-1-1.4.8. TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-50-1-2 A7.6.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-50-1-2 A7.5.6.6.5.6.6. Troubleshoot hydraulic system A7.6. Core Tasks 1. Operate flap system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-00-1 A7.5.4.5. Pressure switches TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29JG-30-1 A7.4.6. Operate auxiliary hydraulic pump TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29JG-20-1 A7. Hydraulic system components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29GS-00-1 A7. TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-50-1-2 A7. Inspect hydraulic system TR: TO 1C-130J-6 A7. Remove and install A7. Troubleshoot flap system A7.1.5. Remove and install flap torque tube TR: TO 1C-130J-2-27JG-50-1-1. Inspect flap system A7.5.2. Hydraulic pumps TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29JG-10-1 A7.2.3.6.

1. Core Tasks 1.7.1. Service A7.2.7.7.5.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.3. Rig ground test valve cable TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29JG-20-1 A7. Certification For OJT 4.7.1. Service A7. Engine starter TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-2 A7.8. Hydraulic accumulator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29JG-10-1 A7. Full Authority Digital Electronic Control (FADEC) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-73JG-00-1 * *R * - - - - - - - - - - - - * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 125 (Attachment 7) . Knowledge And Technical References 3. Ground test valve TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29JG-20-1 A7.7.3. Remove and install A7.7.7.6.1.7.6. Tasks.1. Engine A7.4. Operate A7. APU TR: TO 1C-130J-2-49JG-00-1 A7.4.6.3. Engine oil system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-2 A7.2.3.7.1.5.7. APU components and operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-49GS-00-1 A7.4.6. Engine components and operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-70GS-00-1 A7. ENGINES AND AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU) A7.6.6.7.6.2.6.7. Hydraulic accumulator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-2 A7.7.7.4.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.2. Hydraulic Reservoir TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-2 A7. APU oil system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-2 A7.7. Engine and subsystems TR: TO 1C-130J-2-71JG-00-1 A7.5.5.7.

5.5.1.7.7. Hydraulic filters TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29JG-10-1 A7.6.7.17.14.1. Engine driven hydraulic pump TR: TO 1C-130J-2-29JG-10-1 A7.1. Air/oil cooler TR: TO 1C-130J-2-79JG-00-1 A7.7.5. Tasks.5.15.1.7.7.18. Oil cooler flap actuator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-79JG-00-1 A7.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5.1.8.1.13. Starter TR: TO 1C-130J-2-80JG-00-1 A7.5.5.1. Ignition exciter TR: TO 1C-130J-2-80JG-00-1 A7.5. Core Tasks 1.1.9.5.5.7.7. Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (FCOC) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-79JG-00-1 A7.7.1.11.1. Gas generator speed switch (NG) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-77JG-00-1 A7. Starter control valve TR: TO 1C-130J-2-80JG-00-1 A7. Perform engine installation preparation inspection TR: TO 1C-130J-6 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 126 (Attachment 7) .19.5.1.16.5.4.7. Certification For OJT 4. Bleed air valve TR: TO 1C-130J-2-75JG-00-1 A7.7.1.7. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1. Power turbine speed sensor (NP) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-77JG-00-1 A7. Nacelle Interface Unit (NIU) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-77JG-00-1 A7.1.5.3. Anti-icing air valve TR: TO 1C-130J-2-75JG-00-1 A7.7.5.1. Throttle quadrant TR: TO 1C-130J-2-76JG-00-1 A7.5.1.7.2.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7.5.5.7. Generator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-24JG-20-1 A7.7.5.7.1.10.1.7. Pressure and scavenge oil filters TR: TO 1C-130J-2-79JG-00-1 A7. Perform engine removal preparation A7.12.7.

APU A7.8. Core Tasks 1.4.7. Brush block assembly TR: TO 1C-130J-2-30JG-00-1 A7.1.8.4.7.2.8.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5.2.1.3.8. Inspect propeller system TR: TO 1C-130J-2-61JG-00-1 A7.8.5.8. Spinner TR: TO 1C-130J-2-61JG-00-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 127 (Attachment 7) . Perform static ground operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-61JG-00-1 A7. Remove and install A7.3.8. Auxiliary feather pump TR: TO 1C-130J-2-61JG-00-1 A7. Troubleshoot A7.5.7. Propeller components and system operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-61GS-00-1 A7.4.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7. Starter TR: TO 1C-130J-2-49JG-00-1 A7. Tasks. Electronic Temperature and Acceleration Control (ETAC) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-49JG-00-1 A7. Propeller assembly TR: TO 1C-130J-2-61JG-00-1 A7. Knowledge And Technical References 3.5.5.8.2.2.2.4.4. Generator TR: TO 1C-130J-2-24JG-20-1 A7.6.8.8.7.1. Certification For OJT 4. PROPELLERS A7. Pitch control unit (PCU) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-61JG-00-1 A7.2.7. Electronic Three Speed Switch (E3SS) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-49JG-00-1 A7.2.4.7.8.5.4.7.3.4. Overspeed governor and high pressure pump TR: TO 1C-130J-2-61JG-00-1 A7.2.5. Inlet door TR: TO 1C-130J-2-49JG-00-1 A7.2.5.6.

1.1.9. Certification For OJT 4.7.9.6. Beta tube TR: TO 1C-130J-2-61JG-00-1 A7. Prepare aircraft for fuel cell maintenance A7.4.10. Knowledge And Technical References 3.9.9. Defuel aircraft TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-1 A7. Drain residual fuel TR: TO 1C-130J-2-28JG-00-1 A7. Troubleshoot A7. Team supervisor A7.7. Core Tasks 1.9.5.9. Adjust Beta tube TR: TO 1C-130J-2-61JG-00-1 A7.9. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * - - - - 128 (Attachment 7) .9.9.8. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7. Fuel control panel operator A7.4. Tasks.3. Remove and install fuel control panel TR: TO 1C-130J-2-28JG-00-1 A7.2. Concurrent refuel supervisor A7. Troubleshoot A7.2.9.9.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.8.7.6.9.3. Refuel aircraft TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-1 A7.7.8.5. Perform ground transfer TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-1 A7.7.9.9. Service fuel surge suppressor TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-1 A7.9. Inspect fuel system A7.8.8.8. Fuel system components and operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-28GS-00-1 A7.9. AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS A7. Team supervisor A7.2.3.1. Fuel control panel operator A7.9.8.

3. Perform operational check A7.10.4.4.3.2.4. Flight station A7.10. Connect/disconnect external electrical power TR: TO 1C-130J-2-00JG-00-1 A7. Knowledge And Technical References 3.4.10.4.1.1.10. OFP to OMP without removing external electrical power A7.3.4.10.2. Indicator warning lights A7.10.10. Emergency Exit Lights (EEL) A7.5.2.10.10. Cargo compartment A7.2.4.10.1. Certification For OJT 4. OMP to OFP without removing external electrical power A7.4.4.4. Using Operational Flight Program (OFP) A7.10. Electronic Circuit Breaker (ECB) manipulation using CNBP or CNI-MU TR: TO 1C-130J-2-00JG-00-1 A7.3.10.10. Tasks.5.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7. Regulated power supply TR: TO 1C-130J-2-24JG-30-1 A7.4.10. Electrical system components and operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-24GS-00-1 A7.10.1.4. Loading Operational Maintenance Program (OMP) A7.3.10.3.10.10.4.4.3.4. Electrical control panel TR: TO 1C-130J-2-24JG-20-1 A7.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.10.3.1.3. Exterior A7. Transitioning between airplane software programs A7.2.3. Service sump jar TR: TO 1C-130J-2-12JG-10-2 A7. Lighting system normal and covert/Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-33JG-00-1 A7. Core Tasks 1. Remove and install * - - - - - - - - - - - - * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 129 (Attachment 7) .4.3.

10.10.11.3. EGRESS SYSTEM A7.2.1.10. Aircraft utility/avionics batteries TR: TO 1C-130J-2-24JG-20-1 A7. Electronic Circuit Breaker Unit(ECBU) TR: TO 1C-130J-2-24JG-70-1 A7.6.5.7.4. Tasks.11.6.10.1. Core Tasks 1. Verify electrical bonding of components TR: TO 1C-130J-2-00GV-00-1 A7. Certification For OJT 4.6. Components A7. Egress system components and operation TR: TO 1C-130J-2-25GS-00-1 A7.11.1.5. Inspect A7.10.10.2. Troubleshoot A7.10. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A7. Inspect egress components - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 130 (Attachment 7) .10. Electrical control panel TR: TO 1C-130J-2-24JG-20-1 A7.5.5.2.C-130J QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Knowledge And Technical References 3.8. Wiring and connectors A7.10. Light assemblies and components TR: TO 1C-130J-2-33JG-00-1 A7.

1.2.1.1.1.2.1.1.7. Lube area 2 A8.2.2. Preflight A8.1.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials NOTE 1: This attachment is to be used in conjunction with Attachment 2.1.1.1. Applicable -6 TOs A8.1.1.2. AIRCRAFT GENERAL A8.2.2.2. Acceptance A8.1. Thruflight A8. Perform inspections A8.1. Lube area 3 A8.1.2.1. Inspect area 1 A8.5. Periodic/Isochronal inspection concept and inspection TR: TOs 00-20 series.1.1. Core Tasks 1.4.3. Periodic/Isochronal inspection concept A8.1.6.2.2.2.1.8.2.1.1.1.1.4.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Quick Turn A8.2.2.1.1. A8.2.6. Tasks.1.1.7.1.8.2. Home Station Check/Hourly Post flight A8.6.1.1.1.6.2. Periodic/ISO A8.6.6.1.3. Alert 6C A8.1.1. Lube area 4 A8.3.1. Certification For OJT 4.1. Alert 6A A8.1.6.1.6.1.1.2.6.2.1. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Pre-Launch Inspection (PLI) A8.2. Inspect area 4 A8. Calendar *R * * * 2b 2b 2b 2b A - 131 (Attachment 8) .2.1.1.2.6.1. Inspect area 3 A8.1.1.5. Alert 6B A8.1. Lube area 1 A8. Inspect area 2 A8.1.1.1.

3.1.1. TO 00-25-172.1.11. Aircraft communications equipment TR: Applicable -2 TOs A8.2.3.3.5.3.1. Brake operator A8. STD 91100.1. Applicable -1 and -2 TOs A8.2. Time change item A8.1.2.4. Tow aircraft A8. Jacking supervisor A8.5.10.2.3.1.2.1. Core Tasks 1.3. Jack and level aircraft A8.1.2.1.4. Tow vehicle operator A8. Aircraft recovery A8.1.4.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8.1.2.1. Tasks.1.1.1. Special A8. Critical corrosion inspection A8.3.1.5.1. Axle jacking * * * * * * * * *R - - - - - - - - 2b/a - - - b 2b b - - - b b - - - - - - - - 2b - - - 132 (Attachment 8) .4.3.1.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1. Operate radio A8. Use interphone A8.1.1.2.5.4.3. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3. Exterior panel/secondary structure inspection A8.2.1.1.3.3.1.5.2.13.4. 750 Hr Insp A8. Wing/tail walker A8. Call flight controls A8.5.2. Jacking manifold operator A8.3.4.3.2. Jacking team member A8.1.1.3.1.1. Certification For OJT 4. Aircraft launch A8.1.3.1. Tow team supervisor A8.12. Leveling scale (plumb bob) operator A8.9.3. Perform ground handling TR: AFI 11-218 AFOSH.5.3.

1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8. Landing gear A8. Team supervisor A8.1. AIRFRAME SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A8. Remove/install A8. Core Tasks 1.1. Cargo door A8.5.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.10. Landing gear doors A8. Emergency exit hatch * 2b - - - * * 2b 2b 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - - * * * 2b 2b 2b - - - 133 (Attachment 8) .2. Service cargo door reservoir A8.1.2. Rolling stock/palletized cargo A8. Install/remove ground safety devices TR: Applicable -2 TOs A8.3.1. Operate A8.10.1. Crew entry door A8.2. Aircraft wash TR: TO .1. Troubleshoot/repair A8.2. Passenger/personnel A8.10.1.6.6WC-3 A8.1.1. Cargo roller system A8.1.2.7.2.2.1. Distinguished Visitor (DV) A8. Compute center of gravity TR: Applicable aircraft -5 TOs A8.2.7.1.3.7. Maintain/store/configure/-21 equipment A8. Certification For OJT 4. Tasks.7.1.3.2.1.9.1.3.3.3.8. Airframe components and structure A8. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Post wash lube A8.10.1.1.9.2. Team member A8.3. Ground aircraft TR: Applicable -2 TOs A8.9.2.2.1. Configure/reconfigure aircraft A8.1.4.1.1.2.1.5.5.

Windows A8.5. Cowling (F-108) A8. Thermal curtains A8.2.8.5.2.4.5.10.2. Cowling (F-108) A8. QSAS inlet and exhaust doors A8.6.2. Remove and install A8. Knowledge And Technical References 3.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8.5.2.2. Cowling (TF-33) A8.3.2. Certification For OJT 4.2.2. Tasks.5.7.4.5. Inspect crew/passenger comfort facilities TR: Applicable -6 TOs A8. Wheel well doors A8. Windows A8.2.5. Panels/doors A8.4. Core Tasks 1.3. Boom sighting door A8.2.2. Door/hatch seals A8.3.5.4.4. Perform aircraft inclement weather procedures A8.5. Use C-135 technical orders A8.7. LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs * 2b - - - 2b/b - - - - * 1b *R - - - - - - - - - - - - * 2b - - - 134 (Attachment 8) .11.2.1.2.8.2.6.2.2.2. Service crew/passenger comfort facilities A8.1.4. Non-explosive seats A8.2.5.2.2. Life rafts A8.2.9.2.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.2.2. Panels/doors A8.5. Radomes A8.9. Boom sighting door window A8. Cowling (TF-33) A8.5.12.4.4.5. Open and close A8.

Centering cylinder A8.4. Drain A8.2.3. Tasks.3. Anti skid system A8.3.3. Lubricate landing gear components A8.3. Steel brake assemblies A8.1.5. Core Tasks 1. Main A8.3.1.3.5.3. Operate A8.3.5. Landing gear A8.3. Landing gear struts A8.3.3.2. Anti-skid transducer A8.3. Carbon brake assemblies *R *R * * * * * * * * * * A - - - 2b - - - - 2b 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b 2b - - - - - - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b - - - - 135 (Attachment 8) .1.1.3.3.4.5.5.3.4. Service A8. Steering system A8.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5.2.3. Brake assemblies A8.3.3.2.3.3.3.2.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8. Tires A8.2.3.5. Inflate A8.3.1.2.3.3.3. Wheel and tire assemblies A8.3.3.3.3.3.1.3. Centering cylinder A8.4.2.5.3. Landing gear components and system operation A8.2.3.3.4.3.3. Snubbers A8.5.5.5. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3.3. Nose A8.3. Brakes A8.3. Deflate A8. Remove and Install A8.5.3. Snubber A8. Certification For OJT 4.2.2.5.1.3. Fill A8.

3. Bleed air system A8.1.4. Service liquid oxygen A8. Pressurization system A8.2.4.2.4.3.3.4.3.3.4.2.8. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8. Applicable -2 TOs A8.2.4.7.9. Fire extinguishing system A8.3. Bleed brake assembly (steel) A8. Fire/overheat warning system A8.2.6. Tasks.5. Bleed brake system A8. Service gaseous oxygen A8.4.3. Troubleshoot landing gear system A8.2. Drain liquid oxygen A8.2.4.4. Oxygen system A8.2.4. Inspect TR: Applicable -6 TOs A8.4.4.4. -3 TOs A8.2.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2. Bleed brake assembly (carbon) A8.4.1. Determine serviceability of aircraft tires TR: TO 4T-1-3 A8.7. Oxygen system TR: Applicable -2. Operate A8. Air conditioning system A8.2.6.4.4.8.3. Anti-ice system A8. Rain removal system A8.6.2.4.3. UTILITY SYSTEMS TR: TO 00-25-172.4.1. Certification For OJT 4.6.3.1. Core Tasks 1. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3.4. Inspect landing gear system TR: Applicable -6 TOs A8.3. Utility components and system operation A8.2.4.4.4. Bleed air system A8. Air conditioning system * 2b A *R *R * 2b 2b - 2b - - - - - - - 136 (Attachment 8) .1.

4.3.4.8. Stabilizer trim system A8.1. Flap jackscrew A8. Service A8.2.5.4.5.5.4. FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM TR: Applicable -2 TOs A8. Flap system A8. Rudder system A8. Knowledge And Technical References 3.4. Fore flap * * - - - - b b - - - - A - - - 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - - - - - - - 137 (Attachment 8) .C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2. Remove & install flight control components A8.4.3.5.4.6.5.1.2. Operate flight controls A8.5.5.6.4. Cove lip door latch A8.2.4.4. Tasks.5.5.5.5.5.5.5. Core Tasks 1. Certification For OJT 4. Spoiler/Speed brake system A8.6.2.2.4.7.1. Fire extinguisher system A8.1.3. Pressurization system A8.3.3. Elevator system A8. Air Cycle Machine (ACM) A8.2.4.4.5. Cove lip door A8. Oxygen system A8.3.4.4. Electric flap torque limiter A8.5.3.4.5.3.2. Drain A8. Aileron system A8.4. Fire/overheat warning system A8.2.2. Anti-ice system A8.5.5.4.5.4. Flight control components and system operation A8. Troubleshoot utility systems A8.5. Rain removal system A8. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8.3.

Service hydraulic system A8.1. A8.6.5.2.6.6.3.7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8.6.7. Accumulator A8. Troubleshoot flight control systems A8. Aileron snubber A8. Remove and install accumulator A8. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A8.3. Non-engine driven pump A8. Engine and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) components and system operation A8. Knowledge And Technical References 3.5.3. Hydraulic components and system operation A8.5.2.1.6. Applicable -2 TOs. Rig flight controls A8.2.4.6.7.1. Troubleshoot hydraulic system A8.7.1.6.3. Lubricate flight controls A8. Tasks.2.6.6.2. Engine trim * * * - - - - - - - - A - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b - - - - A - - - - - - - 138 (Attachment 8) .7. Reservoir A8.6. Inspect major components TR: Applicable -6 TOs A8. Certification For OJT 4. Engine driven pump A8.4.5.2.2. AFOSH STD 91100.2.6. Engine operational check A8.4. Inspect flight controls TR: Applicable -6 TOs A8.7. Elevator snubber A8.2.6.6.4.5. Perform A8. Core Tasks 1.5. ENGINES TR: AFI 11-218.7.6.5.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.6. Drain reservoir A8.5.2. Operate A8.1.

7. Engine motor dry A8.3. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3.5.1. Starter A8.7.5.7.2.7.3. Service A8.7.4.4. Tasks.5.8.2.8.4.7.3.4. Minor components A8.7. Engine and subsystems A8. Certification For OJT 4. 33-1-37 A8.5. Turbine A8.1.7. Blend blades A8.7.7. Auxiliary Power Unit (if equipped) A8. Gear box A8.5. Alternate engine start A8.4. Compressor A8.7.7.3. Remove and install A8.2.2. Engine motor wet A8. Oil system A8.7.7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8. Inspect chip detectors A8.2.1. Auxiliary Power Unit (except OC-135) A8.4.6.7.7.7. Take engine oil sample TR: TO 42B2-1-9. Audible ignition check A8. Constant Speed Drive/Integrated Drive Generator A8.7.6.7.3.2.7.7.2. Inspect Auxiliary Power Unit TR: Applicable -6 TOs * * - - - - - - - - b - - - - - - - - - - - - b - - - 1b 1b 2b - - - 139 (Attachment 8) .7.7. Inspect installed engine TR: Applicable -6 TOs A8.9.7.7.7.3. Operate A8.8. Adjust main engine control A8. Starter cartridge A8. Core Tasks 1.8.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.2.4.2.

5.2.4.3. Fuel components and system operation A8.5. TO 00-25-172.2.4.1.8.8.8.7. Certification For OJT 4.1.4.2. Ground observer/panel operator A8.2. Team supervisor A8.8.4.2.8.8.1.2.8.8. overfill monitor) A8. Defuel aircraft A8.1.8.5.4.3.2.8. Prepare aircraft for fuel cell maintenance A8.8. Wing tank transfer A8.8. F-108 TR: 2J-F-108-2-1 A8. Team panel operator A8. Team panel operator A8.4.8. Inspect fuel system TR: Applicable -6 TO *R *R *R b b * * * b b * b A - - - - - - - - - - - - - 140 (Attachment 8) .8.4. Inspect fuel filters A8. Team member A8.8. Body tank transfer A8.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8.5.4. Applicable -2 TOs A8.1.8. Team member A8. Tasks. Defuel station monitor (vehicle.1.3.5. Ground transfer fuel A8.8. Refuel aircraft A8. Supervisor A8.3.4.8. Panel operator A8.3.5.8. Refuel and defuel JP-7/dissimilar fuels A8.5.4. TF-33 TR: 1C-135E-2-4-1 A8.5. Team supervisor A8.5. Knowledge And Technical References 3.8.1. Core Tasks 1.8.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable AFOSH STDs.8.8.3.

Remove/install rear fairing A8.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Perform breakaway test A8.8. Drain pod A8.8.1.4.4.8.8.8. Hose assembly system *R *R *R * * 2b 2b b 2b b 2b - - - - - 141 (Attachment 8) .8.2.2.8. Knowledge And Technical References 3.8.1.2. Boom A8. Service surge boots A8.8.8. Remove/Install pylon A8. Drain A8.1.8.8.8. and -6 series TO‘s A8. Remove/install pod A8.8. Inspect A8.3. In-Flight Refueling (IFR) system (TR as applicable) A8.8. Remove/install nozzle A8.8.8.4. Core Tasks 1.8.4.2.2.8.3. Drogue A8.8.4.8.8.8.8.3.8. 1C-135(K)R-26JG-14.8. Install/remove boom sling A8.8.8.8.1.8.8.2.8.2. MPRS pod components and operation (if equipped) A8.8. Remove/install ruddevators A8.2.1. Operate A8.8.1.8.8.8.8.2. IFR receiver system A8.6.3.1. Certification For OJT 4.2.8.2.7.8.8. Tasks.8. Service shock absorber A8. Remove/install hinged nose fairing A8.1.8.4.8.4.1.1.8. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8.4.8.4. Multi-Point Refueling System (MPRS) TR: FR 4/96 series.5.2. Service boom hoist reservoir A8.3.8.1.1.5.8.8. Remove and install A8.1. Inspect A8.2.4.2.

Egress components and system operation * * * - - - - - - - - A - - - A - - - 2b - - - - 2b/b - - - 2b - - - A - - - 142 (Attachment 8) . Core Tasks 1.9.3.3. HSC/HPO MPRS pod A8.5. Certification For OJT 4.8.9.5.2. Components A8.8.4. Tasks.2.1.2.4. Prelaunch (PLI) of MPRS pod A8.1.3.3. Inspect TR: Applicable -6 Tos A8.1.8. Knowledge And Technical References 3.9.4.9.10.3.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8.3. Electrical components and system operation A8.1.1.8. 6c (Alert) MPRS pod A8.3. Trailing and retraction A8.2.9. Indicator warning lights A8.3.3. Light lenses A8. Batteries A8. Wiring and connectors A8.8.3.2.8.9. Perform MPRS inspections A8.4.4.4. Light bulbs A8. Lighting system A8.3.9.5.8. Remove and install A8. Connect/apply and disconnect external electrical power A8.4.4.8. Switch guards A8.8.9.9.2.4.9.9.6.9.2.8.10.9.1.1. EGRESS SYSTEM TR: Applicable -2 Tos A8. Perform operational check A8. Preflight MPRS pod A8.8.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Electrical power supply system A8.9.4.2.8. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable -2 TOs A8.3. Removal/installation A8.8.4.9.8.

Tasks.10. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A8.10. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Inspect TR: Applicable -6 Tos A8.3. Remove/install escape spoiler air supply bottle - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 143 (Attachment 8) . Certification For OJT 4.2. Remove/install emergency escape slides A8.5.10. Remove/install emergency exit spoiler A8.C-135 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4.10. Core Tasks 1.

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1. Section III. Section IV.4.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Ch3 A9.1.1.1.1 Preflight A9.1.1.1. Core Tasks 1.7.1.1.4.2. Safety precautions A9.1.2. Certification For OJT 4. Section I.1.3 Perform inspections TR: 1C-17A-6WC-1.3. Ch 1 A9. Part B A9. Statically ground aircraft TR: Tos 00-25-172. Tasks.1. Post flight (BPO) A9.3. Safe for maintenance A9. Danger areas TR: 1C-17-2-00GV-00-1. A9.3.1. 1C-17A-6WC-2.1. Home station check A9.3.1. Thruflight A9.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials NOTE 1: This attachment is to be used in conjunction with Attachment 2.1.1. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1. LAIRCM equipped aircraft TR: TO 1C-17A-2-05JG-10-1 A9. TO 0510-05 A9. Chapter 2. 1C-17A-2-10JG-10-1 A9.6.1. Remove/install ground safety locks TR: TO 1C-17A-2-05JG-10-1 A9.1.1. Post flight/ preflight (BPO/Pre) A9.1.3. Hourly inspections * * * * 2b * A - * 3c - - - * 3c - - - A - - - A - - - A - - - A - - - 3c - - - 145 (Attachment 9) .3. Aircraft containing ammunition/ explosives TR: AFOSH STD 91-100.3. 1C-17A-200GV-00-1.1.2. Acceptance A9. 1C-17A-6.1.1. Section II. AIRCRAFT GENERAL A9.1.2. Use C-17 technical orders TR: 1C-17-2-00GV-00-1. Radar TR: 1C-17-2-00GV-00-1 A9.1.1.3.1.5.1.3.

4.4.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.5.1.3. Excessive taxiing maneuvers inspection TR: 1C-17A-6.5.2. Landing gear overspeed inspection TR: 1C-17A-6. Chapter 3 A9.1.4.1.5. IRMS TR: 23-81-02 A9. Part G A9.2.1.1.4. Chapter 2. ARC-210 TR: 23-15-02-4 A9. Time replacement item TR: 1C-17A-6. Tasks.1.5.4. Integrated avionics A9. Slat overspeed inspection TR: 1C-17A-6. Chapter 2. Inspect aircraft for terrain damage TR: 1C-17A-6.1. Part A6 A9.1.1.5. Chapter 2. Flap overspeed inspection TR: 1C-17A-6.5.4.1.7.1.1. VHF TR: 23-12-02 A9.8.5.1.1. Chapter 1. Special A9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9. Part A1 A9.1. Chapter 2. Knowledge And Technical References 3.4.5. COMM TR: 23-15-02-3 A9.1.1.4. Hard landing inspection TR: 1C-17A-6. Operate mission computing systems (MCD/MCK) TR: 34-62-02 * * 3c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3c - - - * 3c - - - 146 (Attachment 9) . Hot brake inspection TR: TOs 1C-17A-6.1.5.4. Part A5 A9.1.2.1.6. 2-A-007 A9. Operate radio A9.5.1. Part A7 A9.1.4. Core Tasks 1.1. Part A8 A9. Certification For OJT 4. Chapter 2.1.4.1. UHF TR: 23-13-02 A9.

7. 23-51-02 A9. Prepare aircraft for tow A9. Operate Multi Function Display (MFD) TR: 31-62-02 A9.3.5.1. Tow team supervisor A9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9. Core Tasks 1.7.6.5.1.1.7.5.1.1. Wing/tail walker A9. Operate Maintenance Monitor Panel (MMP) TR: 40-21-10 A9. Perform ground handling A9.1.7. Brake operator A9.7. Launch aircraft TR: 1C-17A-2-10JG-50-1 A9. Tow vehicle operator A9.2.2.6.1.6. Perform proper handling of ESD devices TR: 00-25-234 A9.9.4.7.5. Tasks.1.2.5.1.1.1. 09-11-02 A9. Jacking supervisor A9.1. Recover aircraft TR: 1C-17A-2-10JG-10-1 A9.6. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Plumb bob monitor A9. Hand pump operator A9.4.9.1. Moor aircraft TR: 10-11-01 A9.1.1.1.5.1. Jack operator A9. Operate interphone system TR: 23-41-02.1.9.3.9.1. Tow aircraft TR: 09-11-01.7. Certification For OJT 4. Fwd fuselage jacking supervisor * 3c - - - * 3c - - - * 3c - - - - - - - * 2b - - - * 2b - - - * * * *R * 3c 2b 2b 3c - - - - - - - - 147 (Attachment 9) .C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.8.1. Fuselage jack aircraft TR: 07-11-02 A9.1.9.3.4.1.6.

Remove and install TR: 41-24-10 A9. Passenger/personnel TR: 10-76-01 * 3c * 3c * * *R 2b 2b - * 3c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * * 3c - - - - 148 (Attachment 9) .1. NLG axle jacking TR: 07-12-02 A9. Repair cargo roller conveyer assembly TR: 41JG-14-13 A9.13. Cargo winch A9.2.12.14.12.1. Logistics TR: 10-75-01 A9.10. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3. 41-11-13 A9.14.1.14. Troubleshoot cargo rail system TR: 41FI-11-11/14 A9.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.1.13. Certification For OJT 4.13.1.1. Cargo handling and mission systems A9. Aeromedical evacuation TR: 10-74-01 A9. Remove/install cargo rails TR: 41-11-11.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Rig/adjust cargo rail assembly TR: 41JG-11-11 A9.13.12.12.1. Tasks.2.11.1.13.1.4.1.1.1.1.3. Remove/install restraint locks TR: 41-11-14.6.2.14.1. Lubricate aircraft TR: 1C-17A-6WC-4 A9.13. MLG jacking (integral) TR: 07-12-01 A9. Repair cargo rails TR: 41JG-11-11 A9.10.5.1.2.10. Core Tasks 1.1.1. 41-11-12 A9.1.3.1.12.1. Integral jacking team member A9. Service cargo winch TR: 12-41-01 A9.1.1. Configure/reconfigure aircraft A9. Integral jacking supervisor A9.1.13. Operational checkout TR: 41-24-01 A9.

7.4.15. Container Delivery System (CDS) TR: 10-77-01 A9.9. Cargo ramp logistics/ADS lock actuator TR: 41-11-17 A9.6.15. Logistics pallet control panel TR: 41-11-10 A9.15. 04-4 A9. Logistics /ADS lock actuator TR: 41-11-12-1-3.8.14.1.2. Support/stabilizing strut adjustment TR: 41-22-04 A9.1. Low altitude parachute extraction System (LAPES) drop TR: 10-79-01 A9.1.5. Aerial Delivery System (ADS) TR: 10-71-01 A9.1.2. Core Tasks 1. Distinguished Visitor (DV) TR: 10-78-01-3.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9. Tasks. Tow release mechanism TR: 41-33-01 A9.14.15.1.6. AIRFRAME TR: Applicable Acft TOs A9. ADS controller TR: 41-11-10 A9.15.1. Knowledge And Technical References 3. -4. ADS locks control panel TR: 41-11-10-1-1 A9.14.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Support/stab strut for cargo TR: 41-22-02.14.1. Certification For OJT 4.14.2.1. Configuration operations A9. Airframe components and structure A9.1.15.2. 41-11-10-1-1 A9.5.15.1.1.14.1. Door system principles of operation * 3c - - - * 3c - - - 3c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * 3c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - 149 (Attachment 9) .15. Stow buffet/lav unit TR: 10-78-01-1.7.1.9. Troop drop TR: 10-73-01 A9.15. 10-79-02 A9.1.1.3. -2 A.1.2.4.

02-4 A.2.2.2. Troop doors TR: aircraft decal A9.2.9.2.2.3. Tasks.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.3. Core Tasks 1.1.3.1.1. Maintenance access A9.3.6.3.4.7.2.1.4. Horizontal stabilizer entry/exit TR: 00-00-02 * * - - - - 3c - - - * 3c - - - * 2b - - - - - - - - - - - 3c - - - - * 3c - - - * 3c - - - * 2b - - - 150 (Attachment 9) .3.3.4.4.2.3. Emergency exits A9.2. Crew entry doors TR: Aircraft decal A9.2.2.2. Crew entry door A9. Cargo door/ramp/toes A9. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Cargo doors/ramp A9.3. Under floor maintenance tunnels entry/exit TR: 00-00-03 A9. Vertical stabilizer entry/exit TR: 00-00-02-1.2.3. Fuselage/wing access entry/exit TR: 00-00-01 A9. Cargo ramp maintenance tunnel A9.2.2.2.3.1.3. Open/close from aft loadmaster panel TR: 52-30-02 A9. Operational checkout of doors A9.3.4. Tailcone A9.2. Fuel jettison island tip A9.4.5.4.2.2.3.2.3.4.2.3.2.2.4.4.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Certification For OJT 4.3.2. Open/close using manual override system A9.3.3.2.2.3.2.4. Nose radome assembly TR: 53-51-01 A9. Avionics compartment rack A9. Open and close A9.2.4. Ramp blowdown system A9.4.

5.2. Non-explosive seats A9. Troubleshoot cargo door system TR: 52FI-31 * 3c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 151 (Attachment 9) . -5-2 A9.2.2.5.6. Pilot/co-pilot sliding windows A9.2.5.2.2.5.12.6. Stationary windows A9.8.2.6.6.2.4.6.2.2.6. Repair troop door assembly TR: 52JG-13-10 A9.6.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.7.2. Cargo door components TR: 52-31-10-5-1.5.2.6.3.1.2.6.5.5. Cargo ramp components TR: 52-32-10 A9. Winglet assembly A9.2. Remove and install A9.5.1.4.2.5. Cargo ramp seals A9. Pressure panel seals A9.1.11.9.2. Rig/adjust A9. Tailcones A9.5.3.10.1. Emergency doors TR: 52-21-10 A9.2. Cargo ramp toes TR: 52-11-10 A9. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.2.5. Radomes A9. Core Tasks 1.2.5. Life rafts A9.2.5. Crew door assembly TR: 52-11-10-5-2 A9.2. Tasks.2.2.6.2. Troop door assembly TR: 52-13-10-5-1 A9. Certification For OJT 4.2. Door/hatch seals A9.5.5. Wing tip A9. Repair crew door assembly TR: 52JG-11-10 A9.

2.3.3.3.3. Determine serviceability of aircraft brakes A9. Main landing gear shimmy dampers TR: 12-32-04 A9. Core Tasks 1.2.3.2. Nitrogen TR: 12-32-01 A9.3.3. Determine serviceability of aircraft tires TR: TO 4T-1-3. Landing gear component and system operation A9.1.3.2.3. NLG shock strut A9.3.2. 1C-17A-2-6WC A9. Certification For OJT 4.2.3.3.2.2. Service A9.3. MLG shock strut A9.5. Remove/install A9. Brake assemblies TR: 32-43-10 A9.1.2.3.3.3. Brake hose * * 2b * * * 3c 3c * 3c A - * A - - - - - - - 3c - - - * - - - - * 2b - - - A - - - 2b - - - - 152 (Attachment 9) . Brake accumulator TR: 12-32-04 A9.1.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4.3.3.6.2.1. Tasks.1.3.2.3.3. Main wheel and tire assemblies TR: 32-41-10 A9. Nose wheel and tire assemblies TR: 32-42-10 A9. LANDING GEAR SYSTEM A9.3.3.1.3.2.2.3.2.2. Tires TR: 12-32-03 A9.2.1.3.2.3.2.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.2.1. Hydraulic fluid A9. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3. Hydraulic fluid A9.1.4. Nitrogen TR: 12-32-02 A9. Operate parking brake TR: 32JG-44-11 A9.

7. Steering system operational checkout * 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - * 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 153 (Attachment 9) .3. Checkout MLG (Normal) A9.3.5.3.4. Knowledge And Technical References 3. 52JG-83-11 A9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.2.1.6.3.3.9. Remove/install main landing gear shimmy dampers TR: TO 1C-17A-2-32JG-14-23 A9.3.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Remove/install MLG post assembly TR: 32JG-12-10 A9.3.3.5.4.2.3. Remove/install MLG doors TR: 52JG-82-10.1.5.3.3.2. Checkout MLG (Emergency) A9. Landing gear A.4.3. Operational checkout A9. Tasks. Remove/install brake temp sensor TR: 32JG-46-11 A9.1.3.3. Brake compensating link A9.1.3. Remove/install NLG assembly TR: 32JG-21-10 A9.4.5.4.4. Remove/install MLG axle beam TR: 32JG-12-11 A9.3.6.3.3. Core Tasks 1. Lubricate MLG post assembly TR: 1C-17A-6WC-4 A9. Certification For OJT 4.3.7.1.3.4. Checkout NLG (Normal) A9.8.5. Checkout NLG (Emergency) A9.1. Brake lines A9. Remove/install parking brake system components TR: 32JG-44-11 A9.3.4.4. Bleed brake system TR: 32-43-01 A9.3.3.8.3.5. Remove/install MLG strut TR: 32JG-11-10 A9.5.4.3. Remove/install NLG doors TR: 52JG-81-10/11 A9.4.5.5.3.1.

4.1. Main landing gear retraction A9.4. NLG torque arms TR: 09-11-01 A9. UTILITY SYSTEMS A9. Main landing gear doors A9. Rig/adjust A9.7. Nose landing gear retraction A9.6. Nose landing gear extension A9.3.7. components.5. Utility system fundamentals.3.4. Main/centerwheel brake control system TR: 32-44-03 A9.1.1. Pressurization system A9.1.1. Main landing gear extension A9.3. Certification For OJT 4. Air conditioning system A9. Steering system TR: 32JG-51-01 A9.4. Tasks.1.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.3.1.4. Rain removal/windshield wiper system A9.3. Troubleshoot landing gear A9.4.8.7.2.7.3.8.3. Connect/disconnect external pneumatic air TR: 10JG-64-01 A9.8.3.1.3.3. Core Tasks 1.1.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.6.7.8.1. Main landing gear shimmy damper TR: TO 1C-17A-2-32JG-14-23 A9. Bleed air system A9.4.1.8.3. Anti-ice/de-ice system A9.8. Manifold failure warning system A9. Fire/overheat warning system * 3c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - - - - - A A A A A A - - - 154 (Attachment 9) . Nose landing gear doors A9. and system operation A9.4.1.7.2.3.3.4.4.4.5.2.4.1.3.3.4. Knowledge And Technical References 3.

1.12.2.4.4.4.2. Onboard Inert Gas Generating System (OBIGGS) TR: 47-00-01 A9. Bleed air system A9.2.4.9. Tasks.1.2. Smoke detection system A9.4.3.13.2. Oxygen system A9.3.2.11.4.2.4.3. Manifold failure warning system A9.1.2.4. Service A9.1.7.4. Fire/overheat warning system A9.6.2. Fire extinguishing system A9.2. Air conditioning system TR: 21-00-01 A9.4.2.2. Certification For OJT 4.4.6.4.4.2.3. Pressurization system A9.5.2.2.10.1. Onboard Inert Gas Generating System (OBIGGS) A9. Rain removal/windshield wiper system A9. Proximity sensing system A9.4.4. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Anti-ice/de-ice system A9.4.1.11.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9. Smoke detection system A9.9. Water and waste systems A9.2.4. Liquid oxygen TR: 12-35-01 A9.8. Operational checkout A9.4. Core Tasks 1.4.1.4. Troubleshoot windshield wiper system TR: 30FI-43 A9.4.10. Fire extinguishing system A9.2.4. Portable oxygen bottle * * * A A A A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - - 155 (Attachment 9) . Visual warning and caution system TR: 31-52-02 A9.8.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.

2.6. 27JG-64-12 A9. Rudders A9.2.3. Flaps A9.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.2.5.2.5.5. Core Tasks 1.3. Aileron mechanical controls and surfaces TR: 27-11-03 A9.5.4. and system operation TR: 1C-17A-2-27GS-00-1 A9. Elevator mechanical controls and surfaces TR: 27-31-02 A9.1. Fresh/waste water system components A9.5.2.2.3.3.1.5.5.5. Elevators - - - - - A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 156 (Attachment 9) .4.1.5.5.2. Windshield wiper system components A9.4.5.3. Operational checkout A9.5.2.5. Knowledge And Technical References 3.4. components.5.5. Ailerons A9. Remove and install A9.4. Slats A9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9. Rudder mechanical controls and surfaces TR: 27-21-02 A9.5. Certification For OJT 4.4. Horizontal stabilizer A9. Rig/adjust spoiler/speed brake system TR: 27JG-63-10. Mechanical horizontal stabilizer control and surfaces TR: 27-42-01 A9. -3 A9.4.1. Flight control fundamentals.6.2. Tasks.2.3. Mechanical rig/adjust flight controls A9. FLIGHT CONTROLS A9.3. Slat assemblies TR: 27-81-11-5-2.4.5.5.3.

1. Remove and install A9.5.11.5.3.5. Fundamentals A9. Ram air turbine * * * - - - - 3c 3c 3c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A A - - - 157 (Attachment 9) .5.5.5.5.6.3.5.2.6.2.5. Spoiler/Speed Brake components A9.1. Wing flap components A9.5.5. Remove/install rudder pedal adjustment components TR: 27JG-21-14 A9.5.5.5.5.5.4.5.10. Rudder components A9. Horizontal stabilizer components A9. Service pitch trim actuator assembly A9.4.5.7. System components and system operation A9.5.6. Rudder trim components A9. Operate A9.5.5. Aileron Integrated Flight Control Module (IFCM) A9.5.4.5. Rig flight controls A9. Flaps A9.5. Troubleshoot flight controls A9. Certification For OJT 4.9. Slats A9. Rudder Integrated Flight Control Module (IFCM) A9. Aileron trim components A9.1. Wing slat components A9.1. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3.5.8. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS A9.2. Core Tasks 1.6.5.5.6.5.8.5.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.4. Aileron components A9.1.7. Horizontal stabilizer A9. Elevator components A9.5.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Tasks.4.7.1.5.6.1.5.5.5.5. Spoilers/Speed Brakes A9.

3. Tasks.1.1.1. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3.7.6.3.6.3. Filter elements A9.5.4.3.2.4.6. Certification For OJT 4.6.6.7.6.6. Perform A9. Operate A9.6.2. Load equalization reservoir TR: 12-41-02 A9. Engine run * 3c * * * * 3c - - - - - 3c - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - - - - - 158 (Attachment 9) .3.3. Engine and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) components and system operation A9. Troubleshoot hydraulic system and components A9.4.6. Gust damper accumulator A9. Gust damper accumulator A9.6.5.6. Bleed reservoir TR: 12-29-03 A9.2.5.2.7. Reservoir (alternate method) TR: 12-29-01 A9. Hydraulic system controller TR: 29JG-00-01 A9. Core Tasks 1. Connect/disconnect hydraulic tes stand TR: 10JG-63-01 A9.6.2.5. Remove and install A9. Engine driven pump A9.2.6.7.3.1.2. Brake pressure accumulator A9.1.6.6.6.1. Auxiliary hydraulic pump TR: 29JG-20-01 A9.2.2.5.6. ENGINES A9.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.2. Reservoir (primary method) TR: 12-29-01 A9.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Service A9.2. Hydraulic control valve A9.

7.5.5.7.4.7.8.5.5.6.7. APU oil system TR: 12-49-01 A9.6.6.10.7. Remove and install A9.7.5. Oil filter A9.4.3.7.7.2. Thrust reverser A9.5. Starter A9. Fuel filter A9. Starter control valve TR: 80-11-12 A9.1. Inlet cone segment A9.4.2. Operate APU TR: 49-00-01 A9.7.7.1.4. Integrated Drive Generator TR: 21-24-01 A9.7. Tasks.7. Engine oil system TR: 12-79-01 A9.7.2.2. Engine accessory doors A9.4. Service A9.4.3.3. Master scavenge chip collector inspection TR: 70GS-00-1 A9.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7.7.7. Starter TR: 80-11-10 A9. Thrust reverser actuator fairing A9.5.7.7.7.5. Engine run ground observer A9.7. Certification For OJT 4. Aircraft engine motoring A9. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.3. Open and close A9. Cowl/door locks A9.5.4. Thrust/fan reverser duct assembly TR: 78-31-03 * * * 2b - - - 3c - - - * 3c - - - * 3c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - 159 (Attachment 9) .2.7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.5. Inlet and exhaust inspection A9.4.5.2.7.9.7. Core Tasks 1.5.

8.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.10.8.8. Engine accessory doors TR: 54-14-01 A9.3.1.8. Hydraulically deploy/stow thrust Reverser TR: 78-31-06 A9.4. Team supervisor A9. Overwing refuel/defuel A9.7.4. Fuel system components and system operation A9.8.1. Fuel panel operator A9.8. Tasks.2. Ground transfer fuel from overhead fuel panel TR: 12-28-07 * * 3c 3c - - - - - - - * 3c - - - A - - - - * * 2b - - - * * 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * 2b - - - 160 (Attachment 9) .3.8.3. Auxiliary power unit access door A9.6.4. Perform duties of an Aircraft Interior Monitor A9. Aerial Refueling (AR) receiver/ Universal Aerial Refueling Receiver Receiver Slipway Installation (UARRSI) system operation A9.7.8. Defuel aircraft single point TR: 12-28-02 A9. Core Tasks 1. FUELS A9. Team supervisor A9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.8.8. Inspect fuel system A9.6.8.8.7.7.8.2.2.8. Prepare aircraft for fuel cell maintenance A9. Fuel panel operator A9. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.8.8. Refuel aircraft single point TR: 12-28-01 A9. Perform duties of a Concurrent Servicing Supervisor (CSS) A9.9.7.6. Fan and core thrust reverser locking/unlocking TR: 78-31-04 A9.3.5.2.7.8. Certification For OJT 4.

9. Retractable landing light assemblies A9.9.2.3.1. Remove/install infrared lens TR: 33JG-41-02 A9.8.1. Electro-luminescent lights A9.13.2. Main batteries TR: 24-32-10 A9. Perform operational check A9.9.2.9.2.9.3.9.9. Remove/install strobe light assembly TR: 33JG-45-10 A9.6.9.9. Strobe anti-collision bulb A9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.9. Ground transfer fuel from ground refueling control panel A9.2.8.2. Inspect electrical system A9.2.11. Remove/install nav light assembly TR: 33JG-44-11 A9.2.2.9.9.2.8.2.9.10. Remove/install emergency exit components TR: 52JG-21-10 A9.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7. Light bulbs A9. Electrical system components and operation A9.9.3. ELECTRICAL A9.1.9.2.4.9.8.9. Tasks.9. Remove/install components A9. Components A9. Core Tasks 1.9. Drain fuel sumps A9. Interior lighting system * 2b - - - - A - - - * * * 3c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * - - - - 161 (Attachment 9) . Certification For OJT 4.3.4. Knowledge And Technical References 3.12. Remove/install high intensity recognition light assembly TR: 33JG-47-10/11 A9.1. Wiring and connectors A9. Remove and install extended range tank fuel barrier A9.2.4.5.

11.10. Egress components and system operation A9. Exterior lighting system A9.4.2.10.3. Tasks.11.10. Checkout of pilot/ co-pilot/ loadmaster seat components TR: 25-11-10 A9. Emergency escape roll-up ladder/tube A9.4.8.10.9.10.2.6. Remove and install galley A9.11. Certification For OJT 4.1.5.7.10. Operate egress system components A9. Remove/install A9.4.6.2.4.1. Life raft container assembly A9. Visual warning caution lights A9. Inspect egress system components A9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.11.9. Remove/install Lav Module TR: 25JG-41-14 * * * 3c - - - * 3c - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - - * - - - - A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 162 (Attachment 9) . Checkout of crew rest area seats A9. EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS A9. Troubleshoot galley TR: 25FI-31 A9. Service ramp emergency egress hydraulic accumulator TR: 95-31-13-8 A9.10.2.9. Connect/disconnect external electrical power TR: 10-61-01 A9.9.9.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5.6. FEDS awareness A9. Core Tasks 1.3.10.3.10.6. EGRESS A9.4.11. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Use solderless connectors A9.9.4. Batteries A9.9.1. Ops check galley TR: 25JG-31-01 A9.

Servicing platform A9.8.2.9. Troubleshoot Lav TR: 38FI-31 A9.1.1. Tasks.10.5.1.12.6. Trump de-icer unit A9.12.1.12.1.12.1.12.12.12.12.3.11. Core Tasks 1.1.12. Essex generator A9.1.1. Reach all A9. Diesel jacking manifold A9.11. Ops check Lav TR: 38JG31-01 A9. Maintenance platform ("T" tail) A9.5. Calavar high lift A9.1.11.7. Condor high lift A9.1. C-17A Chaff/Flare (ALE-47) Load Team Member TR: 1C-17A-33-1-2 A9. B-7 maintenance stand - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 163 (Attachment 9) . Perform pre-use inspection and operate A9.12. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Wheel mounted crane A9.4.6. AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT A9.12.1.12. Certification For OJT 4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A9.C-17 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7.

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Basic post flight A10. Use technical orders A10.2. Communications systems A10.4. Core Tasks 1.7. 00-20-1.9. 1C-5A-6WC-1.1.4.2. Isochronal inspection concept A10. FOD prevention A10.2.2.1. Danger areas A10.2.1.1.4. Calendar A10.4.4.1. Acceptance A10. Major A10. 1C-5A-6WC-2 A10. Home station check A10.6.3.1.1.1.4.1. Safety precautions pertaining to TR: TOs 00-25-172.4.1.4.2. A10. Special A10. Good housekeeping A10.2.3.2.1. Preflight A10.1. High intensity sound A10.1.1.4.5.1.1.2.4.5.2.10.2.1.2. 1C-5A-2-1.5.4.3.4. AIRCRAFT GENERAL A10.1.2. Thru flight A10.1. Minor A10.1.4.C-5 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. AFI 32-2001 A10.1.2.1.1. Perform inspections A10.1.8.1.1. Isochronal inspections TR: TOs 1C-5A-6.1. Operate radio TR: 1C-5A-2-8 * * * 2b 2b B * * * B B B 2b B 2b - 165 (Attachment 10) . Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.4. Time change item A10.1.1.1. Certification For OJT 4. Tasks.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials NOTE 1: This attachment is used in conjunction with Attachment 2. Inspect and position ground fire extinguishers A10.4.

5. Ground handling TR: TO 1C-5A-2-1 A10. Tow procedures A10. Reconfigure aircraft TR: TOs 1C-5A-2-1.6.2.6.1.1. Jack aircraft TR: TOs 1C-5A-2-1.6.1. 1C-5A-21CL-2. 01-1B-40 A10. Launch aircraft A10.3.6.3. Verify aircraft center of gravity A10.6.5.5. Remove/install fan blocker A10.4.7.1.6.6. Recover aircraft A10.6.6.4. Jacking supervisor A10.1.1. Tow aircraft TR: TO 1C-5A-2-1CL-1 A10.6. UHF A10.1. Tasks.6.6.5. FMS 800 System A10.5.2.4. Interphone system A10.5.5.6.1. Core Tasks 1.1.6.5.3. Panel operator A10.1.5.6.3. Tow vehicle operator A10.4.6.6.2.1. Jacking team member duties A10.1. Prepare aircraft for tow A10.6.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A10.1.5.1.1.5. Tow supervisor A10.7.1. 1C-5A-2-2 * * * * 2b 2b 2b - - - - * * b b - - - - * 2b B * * * *R B 2b - - - - B * B * 2b - - - 166 (Attachment 10) .2.6.1. Wing/tail walker A10.6.1.1.6.5. Fuselage jacking A10.1.5.1.6. Brake operator A10.1.1. 1C-5A-5.1.6. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.1.1. Certification For OJT 4.1. VHF A10. Select and use restraint harnesses A10.C-5 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.1. Axle jacking A10.6.6.1.5.1.

1. Airframe components and structure A10.2. Core Tasks 1.3.1.2. Cargo rollers A10.12.12. Remove/install cargo winch A10. Operate doors TR: TOs 1C-5A-2-2.10.1.2. Aft cargo doors/ramp A10.1. Rolling stock/palletized cargo A10.2. Door system principles of operation TR: TOs 1C-5A-2-2.1.1. Knowledge And Technical References 3.2. Forward cargo door A10. Emergency exits A10.11.1.12.3.2. Maintain/store configuration/-21 equipment A10.2.7.2.7.2. Tasks. Remove/install/repair A10.C-5 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2.2. AIRFRAME SYSTEMS TR: TO 1C-5A-2-2 A10.1. Crew entry door A10. Remove and install troop/passenger seats A10. Restraint rails A10.2.1.2.4. Automatic A10.2.2.3. Fwd cargo A10.2. Troubleshoot/adjust rails A10.2.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A10.1.3.1. Service cargo winch A10.14. Aft cargo * - - - - - - - - B - - - B B B B - - - - - - - 167 (Attachment 10) .1. Operate cargo winch A10. 1C-5A-2-12 A10.2. Manual A10.3.2.3.1. Cargo rails A10. Certification For OJT 4.1.1.1.2.3.9.2.8.12.1.13.1.1. Passenger/personnel A10. 1C-5A-2-12 A10.2.

2.2.4.4. Forward ramp A10.9. 1C-5A-2-12 A10. Visor door conical A10. Crew entry A10. Ramp components A10.4. Remove and install TR: TOs 1C-5A-2-2.3.4.3.17.2.8.19. Pressure door lock mechanism A10.2.4.3.16.3.3.4.2.2.2.4.4.2.2.2. Pressure seals A10. Crew member seats A10. Pressure door uplock mechanism A10.2.4.4.4.6.1. Aft pressure door A10. #2 hatch life raft A10.2. Manual A10.7.1.2. Personnel A10. Service doors A10.2.2.4.4. Certification For OJT 4.2.2. Aft center door * * * * * 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b 2b - - - - 168 (Attachment 10) .4. Troop/door ladder assembly A10. Core Tasks 1.5.4.10.12. Visor door actuator A10. Forward ramp floor bracket A10. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A10.2. Forward ramp lock mechanism A10.3.4.4.2.11.4. Cargo floor rollers A10.C-5 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2.2.20. Tasks.4.15.2.4. Windshield/windows A10.2. Knowledge And Technical References 3.18.2.2.2.14. Troop/flight station ladder A10.2. Forward ramp extension A10.5.2. Aircraft panels A10.4.2.3.13.4. Crew entry door A10. Automatic A10.4.2.

Crew entrance door/ladder A10.2. Personnel doors A10.2.4.12.6.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A10.25.2. Aft cargo side door grab latch A10. Lavatory and waste system components A10.26. Perform cold weather procedures A10. Jackscrew from the aft center door A10.4.2.24. Galley and equipment A10.2.2.C-5 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.9.4.5.2.27.4.8.7.2.1.10. Tasks.4. Certification For OJT 4.11.2.2.2.2.28. Gearbox from the aft cargo center door A10. Radomes A10.29.2.23. Inspect crew/passenger comfort facilities A10.4. Potable water system components A10. Escape hatches A10.2.2. Aft side door A10. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.2.21. Rig and adjust * - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 169 (Attachment 10) . Inspect airframe components A10. Aft cargo ramp A10. Operational check potable water system A10. Inspect and repair TR: TO 1C-5A-2-2 A10.5.6.2.2.4.2.13. Aft side door latch bayonet A10.2. Operate flight station ladder/troop compartment ladder A10. Operational check crew/passenger comfort facilities A10.4.4.2. Open and close TR: TO 1C-5A-2-2 A10.2.2.22.2.5. Core Tasks 1.

3.2. Forward ramp lock mechanism A10.5. Anti skid A10. Individual kneel system A10.2. Shock strut * * * * - - - - B - - - 2b B - - - - 2b - - - 170 (Attachment 10) .2.2.2. Brakes A10.2.13. 1C-5A-210CL-1 A10.3.13. Operate TR: TOs 1C-5A-2-10. Aft center door drive mechanisms and latches A10.13. Aft door system switches A10.1.2.13.2.6.2. Service TR: TO 1C-5A-2-10 A10.2.3.2.2. Escape hatches A10. Tasks.2.8. Aft door side latches A10.13. Core Tasks 1. Vertical stabilizer access door A10.1.6.2.5.3.4.2.2.1.13.1.13.2. Certification For OJT 4.9.13. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A10.7. LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS A10. Landing gear components and system operation TR: TO 1C-5A-2-10 A10.3. Kneel panel A10.7.13.3. Visor door actuator A10.2.14.3.4.3.3. Landing gear A10.2. Steering system A10.10.3.3.3.3. Crew entry door A10. Aft ramp asymmetry valve A10. Visor conical and receptacles A10.3. Kneel supervisor A10.2.3.2. Service/personnel doors A10.13.C-5 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.

5.5.5.3.8.9.5.5.3.3.2.7.5. Compensator links A10.2.3.16.3. Main landing gear roll positioner assembly A10. Tires A10.3.3.3. Core Tasks 1. Pitch positioner A10. NLG kneel door A10.17. Brake assemblies A10.3. NLG strut A10.15.3.5. MLG strut A10. MLG bogie A10.3.3. Master cylinder with hydraulic fluid A10.5.5.13. Main landing gear kneeling ball screws A10. MLG slot door A10.10.1.3. Lubricate landing gear components A10. Brake lines A10.3.4.3.3.5.3. MLG outboard door A10.5.3. Bleed brake systems * * * 2b 2b - - - - 2b 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 171 (Attachment 10) . Knowledge And Technical References 3.5.3.14.5. Certification For OJT 4.6. Nose landing gear kneel pad actuator A10.3.3.3.5. 1C-5A-2-3 A10. MLG wheel and tire assemblies A10.5. NLG wheel and tire assemblies A10.4.3.3.4.3. NLG folding bulkhead A10.5. Remove and install TR: TOs 1C-5A-2-10.6. Main landing gear rotary actuator and high speed gear box A10. Tasks.12.11.5. Nose gear drive gearbox ball screw A10.3.5.5.3.C-5 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A10.

1. Tasks.9. UTILITY SYSTEMS A10.3.4. Main landing gear kneel position indication switches A10.8.3.2. Nose landing gear components A10.4. Main landing gear door locks A10.3.9.1.8.4. Wind shield wiper system A10.3. 1C-5A-2-10 A10. Deactivate/safe brake assemblies A10.1.1.4. Nose landing gear steering system components A10.3.1.C-5 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.3. Wing overheat warning system A10. 1C-5A-2-13.1.7.9.9.2.5. Pressurization system A10. Fire/overheat warning system * 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - B B B B B B - - - 172 (Attachment 10) . Air conditioning system A10.1.9.4. Bleed air system A10.1.4. Determine serviceability of aircraft tires TR: TO 4T-1-3.1.4.9.2.3. Main landing gear rotation cylinder A10.1.4.4. Nose wheel steering system A10. Certification For OJT 4.3.3.8.1.3.3.3. Utility system components and system operation TR: TOs 1C-5A-2-7.9.1. Core Tasks 1. Troubleshoot A10.6. Extension and retraction systems A10. Rig and Adjust TR: TO 1C-5A-2-10 A10.3.6. Anti-ice/de-ice system A10. Main landing gear components A10.4.7.9. 1C-5A-2-2 A10.8.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A10.3.1.4.5. Individual kneel system A10. Knowledge And Technical References 3.

Engine/APU Fire extinguishing system A10.1.9. Deactivate/reactivate FSS system A10.4.2. Oxygen system A10.8.1. Test wing overheat warning system A10.2.4.3. Oxygen system A10.1. Oxygen system A10.8. Operate TR: TOs 1C-5A-2-7.1.3.2.3. Core Tasks 1.2.2. Wind shield wiper system A10. Pressurization system A10.1.1. Service TR: TO 1C-5A-2-1 A10. Test fire/overheat warning system A10.10. DEWAR with liquid nitrogen * * *R * * * B B B B B 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - - - - 2b 2b - - - - 173 (Attachment 10) .4.3.2. Certification For OJT 4.2.4.4.4.4. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A10.4. Test smoke detection system A10. Air conditioning system A10.2. 1C-5A-2-13.2.4.3.4.3.4.11. Remove/service/reinstall portable oxygen bottles A10.4.2.13.4. Air Turbine Motor (ATM) A10.7. Tasks.4.10.12.4. Fire suppression system A10.4.4.4.4.1.2.9.5.2.4.2.4.6.1.4.12. Bleed air system A10. Smoke detection system A10. Operationally check flame detectors A10.4. Air Turbine Motor (ATM) A10.11. 1C-5A-2-2 A10.2.4. Engine/APU fire extinguishing system A10.C-5 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2. Anti-ice/de-ice system A10.

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6.4.4.1. applicable Acft TOs A11.3.4.6.C-9 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Isochronal inspection concept and inspections A11.1.1.1.5.5. Acceptance A11.1.1. Aircraft communications equipment TR: TO 1C-9A/C-2-23 A11. 5 7 Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A11.1.1.1. Use C-9 aircraft Tos TR: TO 1C-9A/C-2-1 A11.4. VHF radio A11.1. Thruflight A11. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC Training Start NOTE 1: This attachment is to be used in conjunction with Attachment 2.1.3.1.1.1.2.6. Recover aircraft A11.3. Flight line safety procedures TR: AFOSH-STD 91-100.4. Tasks.1.3. Home station check A11.2.1. Special A11.1. Minor A11.4. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.1.4. Time change item A11.1.4. Core 3. Launch aircraft A11.1. Interphone system A11.1.1. Preflight A11.5.7.1.1.6.1.1.5. Tow aircraft TR: 1C-9A/C-2-9 * * * * * * - - - - - - - - - 181 (Attachment 11) .1. AIRCRAFT GENERAL A11. Perform inspections TR: TO 1C-9 A/C-6 A11.6. UHF radio A11.1. Perform ground handling TR: TO 1C-9A/C-2-9 A11. Operate A11.4. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.2.8.1.1.5.4.5. Major A11.

C-9 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.1.2.8.2.8. Tow vehicle operator A11.4.1.1.3.1.1. Prepare aircraft for tow A11. Aft cabin doors A11. Assist in weight and balance TR: 1C-9A/C-2-8 A11.2.1. Crew entry door A11. Core 3. 1C-9A/C-2-56 * * * * - - - - * * - - - - * - - - - - - - - - - - - - * * - - - - 182 (Attachment 11) .2.4.2.2.2.2.2. Operate doors TR: 1C-9A/C-2-52 A11.2.8.6. Aft cabin doors A11. Jacking supervisor A11.3. Plumb bob monitor A11.10. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A11. Door system principles of operation TR: 1C-9A/C-2-52 A11.1.1. 1C-9A/C-2-32. Jack aircraft TR: 1C-9A/C-2-7 A11. Jacking team member A11.6. Brake operator A11.1.8. Remove.1.2.1.3. Tasks.2. Wing/tail walker A11. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.1. Remove and install TR: TOs 1C-9A/C-2-20.6.2.1.2.5.3.7.3.6. install and inspect -21 equipment A11.1. 1C-9A/C-2-53. Tow team supervisor A11.3. Axle jacking A11. AIRFRAME SYSTEMS A11.1. Components and structure A11.1.8.2.3.1.1. 1C-9A/C-2-52. Moor aircraft TR: TO 1C-9A/C-2-10 A11. 1C-9A/C2-25. Crew entry door A11.9. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.3.2.3.6.4.

Cowling A11.5.2.2.3. Inspect crew/passenger comfort facilities A11.3.8.10.4. Open and close TR: applicable TOs A11. Pressure seals A11. Forward entrance passenger stairway A11. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Tasks. Crew seats A11. Panels A11.8.2.3.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A11.2.2. 1C-9A/C-2-32 A11.2.1.2.7.3.9.4.4.2.4.1. Components and system operation A11.7.2.2. Core 3. Perform cold weather procedures TR: Local Procedures A11.5.4. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2. Drain potable water tanks A11. Panels A11.2.2.5.5. Brakes * * * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 183 (Attachment 11) .4. Perform operational check A11.1. Tail bumper strut A11. Cowlings A11.11.2.2.2. Maintain crew entrance doors/stair pack A11. Flush/sterilize potable water system A11.2.3. Change potable water filters TR: 1C-9A/C-2-38 A11.3. Landing gear A11.3.C-9 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2.6.5.2. LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS TR: 1C-9A/C-2-12. Radome A11.2.2.2. Tail cone assembly A11.2.2.4.1.4. Windshields/windows A11.4.

1. Air conditioning system A11. Components and system operation A11.6.5. Fire/overheat warning system A11. Steering system A11.3.5.4.2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.1.3.7. Fire extinguishing system * * * * * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 184 (Attachment 11) . Core 3.1.4. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. UTILITY SYSTEMS TR: 1C-9A/C-2-21.4.3. Tires A11.5. Anti skid A11. Bleed air system A11. Brake assemblies A11. Remove and install A11. 1C-9A/C-2-30. Determine serviceability of aircraft tires A11.1.8. Wheel and tire assemblies A11.6.1. 1C-9A/C-2-36 A11. Tasks.3.4. 1C-9A/C-2-35.3.3.4.4.1.5.8.1.4.3. Main landing gear shimmy damper A11.1.4. Bleed brake systems A11.3.7.3.1. Troubleshoot landing gear system A11.9.4.3.C-9 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.3.1. Rain removal system A11.3. Pressurization system A11. Wing overheat warning system A11.3.2.3.3.3.4. Inspect landing gear system A11.3.4.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A11.4.1. Service A11.3.4.4.3.3. Lubricate landing gear components A11.3.3. Nose landing gear shock strut A11. Anti-ice/de-ice system A11.2. Main landing gear shock strut A11.2.

1. Aileron control wheel * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 185 (Attachment 11) .6. Pressurization system A11.1.3.5.2. Operate A11.4.4.5.9.2.4. Fire/overheat warning system A11. Fire/overheat warning system A11.2.5.2.4.3. Oxygen system A11. FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM TR: 1C-9A/C-2-12.4.4.5.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A11.4.2.3.3. Air conditioning system A11.3.5. Components and system operation A11.3.4. Spoiler panels A11.1.3.4.8.C-9 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4.3. Slat sections A11.4. Anti-ice/de-ice system A11.3.3. Air conditioning system A11.3. Rain removal system A11.3.4. Remove and install A11. Flap panels A11.5.2.5.1.2. Bleed air system A11.6.4. 1C-9A/C-2-27 A11. Core 3. Anti-ice/de-ice system A11.5.4. Oxygen system A11.4.4.2.3. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Bleed air system A11.3.3. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Tasks. Service oxygen system A11.5.3.2. Inspect A11.4.2. Fire extinguishing bottle pressure A11.2.5.4. Operate flight controls A11.1.4. Pressurization system A11. Oxygen system A11.4.4.7.4.

1.6.3.3. Components and system operation A11.12.4.5. Accumulator A11.2. Flap moveable vanes A11. Elevator A11. Rudder A11.4.10.2.6. Non-engine driven pump A11. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.5.6.6. Rudder control tab A11.5.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.13.5.C-9 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.6. Operate A11. Elevator control tab A11.3. Inspect hydraulic system A11.3.7.6.6.5.6.3.3.5.8.5.3. 1C-9A/C-2-29 A11. Tasks. Troubleshoot A11. Rig flight controls A11.3. Aileron trim tab A11.5. Aileron A11. Hydraulic schematics A11.7.14. Engine driven pump A11. Core 3.5.5.6.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A11.3.6.5.1.5.5.6. Troubleshoot flight controls A11.5.5.6.7. Reservoir A11.6.5.11.5.3.5.5. Inspect flight control system A11. Lubricate flight controls A11.3.3. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS TR: 1C-9A/C-2-20. Remove and install * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 186 (Attachment 11) . Service A11. Elevator gear tab A11.6.9. Trim tab actuators A11. Aileron control tab A11.6.

3. Lines A11. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.4. Inspect A11.7.2.6.7. Components and system operation A11.6.1. Starter A11. ENGINES/AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU) TR: 1C-9A/C-2-12.8.7.7. Swivels A11.7.C-9 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Fittings A11.7.7.6.3.4.7. Service A11.7. Filters A11. Engine A11.7.2. Hoses A11.7.1. Core 3. Remove and install A11.3. 1C-9A/C-2-70 series.1.1. Installed engines * * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 187 (Attachment 11) . Take oil sample A11.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A11.5. Filters A11.7.4.6.6. APU A11.4.7. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Starter control valve A11.3. Constant speed drive A11.2.3.1.7.7.4.6. Operate A11. APU A11.7.1.2.6.3.6. 1C-9A/C-2-80 A11. Starter A11.3. Accumulator A11.7.7.3. Tasks.6. Oil system A11.5.7.7.7.2. Reposition/retorque hydraulic lines for minor leaks A11.2.4.3.7.7.6.2.7. Gearbox A11.

7. Lighting system A11.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A11.8.8.3.8. Components and system operation A11.4.8.4.9.7.1.1.1. Prepare aircraft for fuel cell maintenance A11. Disable thrust reverser system A11.3.3.3. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TR: 1C-9A/C-2-20. Troubleshoot A11. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.2.8.8.8.3. 1C-9A/C-2-28 A11.2. 1C-9A/C-2-110-24 A11. Team supervisor A11. Electrical schematics A11.8.9. Fuel components and system internal operation A11. Team member A11. Defuel aircraft A11.8.7.6.9.9.1.3. Ground transfer fuel A11.8. APU A11.3. Team member A11. Perform operational check with power applied A11.8.8. Core 3. Inspect fuel system A11.7.2. Concurrent servicing supervisor A11. Team supervisor A11.9.3.8.2. Indicator warning lights * * * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 188 (Attachment 11) .4. AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS TR: 1C-9A/C-2-12.8.C-9 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Perform operational check of fuel system A11.1.9. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.9.8. Refuel aircraft A11.6.2. Tasks.3. 1C-9A/C-2-24. Electrical power supply system A11.3.2.

Connect/apply/disconnect external electrical power A11.5.4.9.11.9.7.2. Batteries A11.2. Inspect and operate aircraft jacks A11. Core 3. Inspect and operate A/M32A-95 Gas turbine compressor A11.4. Wiring and connectors A11.9.4. Inspect and operate self-generating nitrogen equipment * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 189 (Attachment 11) . Components A11.11.6. Components and system operation A11.11.2.4.9. Remove and install A11.5. Remove and install forward evacuation slides A11. Tasks.6. Inspect and operate A/M32A-86 electric generator A11.3.9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A11.Series TOs A11.9.11.4.9. EGRESS SYSTEM TR: 1C-9A/C-2-25 A11. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Inspect egress components A11. Inspect A11.10. AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT (AGE) TR: 30.10.11.1. Inspect and operate mobile manually operated platforms A11.1.6. Light lenses A11.C-9 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.9.4.10. Batteries A11.10.3.10.9.9.3. Use wiring diagrams A11.3. Light bulbs A11.1. Remove and install tail cone evacuation slide A11.1.11.2.4. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.

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Isochronal A A12.8. After flight (2A) A12.E-3/E-8 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5.1. 1E-8C-207 Series TO. Isochronal inspection concept A12.1.2.1. A12. Inspect area III A12.1. Home Station Check (HSC) * * * 2b 2b 2b A - 191 (Attachment 12) .1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials Note 1: This attachment is used in conjunction with Attachment 2.1.1.2.2.6.1.8.6.1. 1E-3A-6 A12.2.6.2.1.6. AIRCRAFT GENERAL TR: TOs 1E-8C-6.1.1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.2.3.6.1. 1E-8C-2-1CL-1. Quick Turn A12.5.1. Isochronal A12.1. 1E-8C-6WCSeries TO. Isochronal B A12.2.1.1.6. Lube area II A12. 1E-8C-2-43 Series TO.2.1. Isochronal inspection concept and inspections TR: TOs 00-20-1.2.1. 1E-3A-6 A12.1. Inspect area I A12.2.1. Lube area III A12.2. 1E8C-1.7.1.2. Before flight (3B) A12.1.1.1.2.6.1.9.1.1.6.1. Inspect area IV A12.2.2. 1E-8C-2-09 Series TO.1.4.3.2.1. Inspect area II A12.6. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.1.7.1.2.1.4.2. Tasks. Combined preflight/postflight A12.1. Certification For OJT 4. 1E-3A-6WC-1 and -2. Lube area I A12. Alert preflight A12.6. Perform inspections TR: TOs 00-20-1. 1E-8C-5 Series TO A12.1. Core Tasks 1. Lube area IV A12.2. 1E-8C-6WC.

3.4. Aircraft communications equipment TR: TO 1E-3A-2-1-1 A12.3.2. Axle jacking A12.1.1.3. Jack and level aircraft TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7.3. Certification For OJT 4.2.1.5.1.1.2. Calendar A12. Aircraft wash TR: TO 6WC-3 * * * * * * * * - - - - 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b 2b - - - - 2b - - - - 192 (Attachment 12) .3.2. Recover aircraft A12.1.2.1.1.5.4. Tow team supervisor A12.2. Wing/tail walker A12. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A12.1.5. 1-1B-40 A12.1. Tasks. Special A12.3.1.3.1.2.4.1.12. Compute aircraft center of gravity TR: TO 1E-3A-5-1 and -2.5.1. Operate VHF/UHF radios A12.1.2.3. 1E-3A-6WC-1 A12.3. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Use interphone A12. 1E-3A-2-7. Tow aircraft TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7. 36A10 Series TO A12.1.1.1.10.1.3. 1E-3A-2-72CL-1.1.1.4.1.1. Jacking supervisor A12. Time change item A12. 1E-3A-2-71CL-1 A12.1. 1E-3A-1.2.2.3. Use aircraft TO‘s A12.3. Perform ground handling TR: AFI 11-218.3. Acceptance A12.13.1.1.1.E-3/E-8 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Tow vehicle operator A12.6.1.1. Launch aircraft A12. Core Tasks 1.4.3.3. Brake operator A12.2. TOs 00-25-172.4.4. Jacking team member A12.11.1.

4.2.5.3. Inspect airframe and components TR: TOs 1E-3A-6. Team member A12. Remove and install TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7.3.5. Airframe components and structure A12.5.1.1.1.2.2. 1E-8C-12 Series TO A12. 1E-8C-2-71 Series TO. 1E-8C-2-05 Series TO. 1E-8C-2-00 GV Series TO.2.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A12.3.2.1.5. Life rafts A12.E-3/E-8 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Certification For OJT 4. Core Tasks 1.2.2.1. Nonexplosive seats A12.5.2.2.3. AIRFRAME SYSTEMS TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7 and 1E-3A-3-1.2. Windows A12.2. Wheel well doors A12. Operate TR: TO 1E-3A-1 and -2-32-1 A12. and applicable -2 TOs A12. 1E-8C-2-52 Series TO.5.3.2.3.1.7. Emergency door/hatch A12.1. Panels A12. 1E-3A-3-1 and 1E-3A-23 A12. 1E3A-36.3.2.2. 1E-3A-3-1. 1E-8C-2-56 Series TO. Cowling A12. Knowledge And Technical References 3.5.2. Team supervisor A12. Tasks. 1E-8C-2-25 Series TO.1. Post wash lube A12.2. 1E-8C-3 Series TO.2.2.2. Open and close TR: TO 1E-3A-2-7 A12.3.2.2.6. 1E-8C-6. Perform aircraft cold weather procedures TR: TO 1E-3A-2-7 * * * * * * - - - - A - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - 193 (Attachment 12) .3. Radomes A12.2. Cowling A12.2. Entry door/hatch A12.2.

Certification For OJT 4.1.3. 1E-8C-2-05 Series TO.1. Determine serviceability of aircraft tires TR: TO 4T-1-3 A12. and 1E-3A-2-32-1 * *R *R * * * * 2b - - - 2b - - - A - - - - - - - 2b 2b - - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - * 2b - - - 2b - - - 194 (Attachment 12) . Core Tasks 1.3.5. Anti skid A12.2.3.3.3.3.3. 1E-8C2-32FI Series TO A12.2.3.1.3. 1E-3A-2-7.9.5.3. 1E8C-2-12 Series TO.4. Inspect crew/passenger comfort facilities TR: TO 1E-3A-6 A12.3. Landing gear A12.3.2. Perform operational check TR: TO 1E-3A-2-32-1 A12. Steering system A12. 1E3A-36. Brakes A12. Service crew/passenger comfort facilities TR: TOs 1E-3A-6.8. LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS TR: TO 1E-3A-2-32-1. Landing gear struts A12. Wheel and tire assemblies A12.3.3.3.3. 1E-3A-2-7 A12. Landing gear system components A12.3.2. Service TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-32-1.E-3/E-8 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Tires A12. 1E-3A-2-7 and 4T-1-3 A12. Bleed brake system A12. 1E-3A-3-1.7.3. 1E3A-3-1 and 1E-3A-23 A12.3.4.3. 1E-8C-6.2.2.2. Brake assemblies A12. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A12.2.5.8.2. Knowledge And Technical References 3.2. 1E-8C-2-32 Series TO. Lubricate landing gear components A12. Tasks.1.3.6. Inspect landing gear system TR: TOs 1E-3A-6. Remove and install TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-32-1.

4. 1E-8C-2-30 Series TO. 1E-3A-2-7 A12. Troubleshoot TR: TO 1E-3A-2-32-1 A12.4.4.4.2.3. 1E-8C-6. 1E-3A-2-21-1.4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A12. 1E-3A-2-31-1. 1E-3A-271-1 A12.4.6.2.4. Anti-ice/de-ice system A12.1.4.3. 1E-8C-235 Series TO.2.3.2.4. 1E-8C-2-21 Series TO. Bleed air system A12. Pressurization system A12.2. 1E3A-2-21-1.9. Air conditioning system A12.3.4.1. Perform operational check TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7. Anti-ice/de-ice system * - - - - A - - - - - - - 2b - - - - 2b 2b 2b 2b - - - 195 (Attachment 12) .7.4.4.3.4.2. Rain removal/wiper system A12.2. 1E-8C-2-75 Series TO.2. Knowledge And Technical References 3. 1E-8C-2-35 JG Series TO.4.8. Core Tasks 1.4. Fire/overheat warning system A12. Oxygen system TR: TOs 00-25-172. 1E-3A-2-31-1. Certification For OJT 4.5.2.4. 1E-8C-226JG Series TO A12. Air conditioning system A12. 1E-8C-2-30JG Series TO.4. Utility system components A12.4.4. Oxygen system A12. Fire extinguishing system A12.4. Pressurization system A12. Drain A12. Service A12. Inspect TR: TOs 1E-3A-6.3. and 1E-3A-2-24-1.4. Tasks.4. 1E3A-2-71-1 A12.1.4.E-3/E-8 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. 1E-3A-2-7.4.2.1. 1E-3A-2-21-1.2. 1E-3A-2-24-1.4.4. Bleed air system A12. UTILITY SYSTEMS TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7.2.

7. 1E-8C-2-27 Series TO.4. 1E-3A-6. 1E-8C-2-00 GV Series TO A12. 1E-3A-6. Inspect flight controls TR: TO 1E-3A-6 A12.5.6.4. Flight control system components A12. -23. Rain removal system A12. Oxygen system A12. 1E-3A-2-29-1. Troubleshoot A12.6. 1E-8C-6.5. Hydraulic system A12.1. Service reservoir A12. 1E-8C-2-05 Series TO. 1E-3A-2-27-1. Operate forced air cooling system A12.2.6.3.1.6.5.5. 1E-3A-3-1.5. 1E-3A-2-7.4.3. Perform operational check of flight controls A12.3.7.4.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A12.2.6. Lubricate flight controls A12.5. Fire extinguishing system A12. 1E8C-2-29 Series TO.4. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-1-1. Core Tasks 1.5.4.4.1. Fire/overheat warning system A12.6. Tasks. 1E-8C-2-1CL-1 A12.6.6. -36.5. Service accumulator * * * * 2b 2b 2b 2b b - - - A 2b - - - - - - - - 2b - - - - A A - - - 2b 2b - - - 196 (Attachment 12) .5.E-3/E-8 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.4. Rig flight controls A12. Operate flight controls A12. Hydraulic system components A12.5.6. Remove and install flight control components A12. Rotodome system components A12. Troubleshoot utility systems A12. 1E-8C6. Knowledge And Technical References 3.8.4.3.5.4. Certification For OJT 4. FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7.5.4.8.

7.2.7.4. 33-1-37 A12.6. 2G-GTCP16516. 1E-3A-2-71-1CL-1. Remove and install starter A12. System components A12. Inspect major components TR: TO 1E-3A-6 A12.4.4. 1E-3A-2-71-1.2. Engine oil system A12. APU A12. ENGINES AND AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU) TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7. Engine driven pump A12.4.2.1.5.3.7. Tasks.3. APU A12.1.6. Perform A12. 1E-3A-2-71-1. 1E-8C-2-1CL-1.3.7.3. Engine operational check A12. Knowledge And Technical References 3. AFI 11-218.3. 1E-8C-6.3.2.6. Certification For OJT 4.3. Troubleshoot A12.2.2.7.7.4.3.7.1. Take engine oil sample TR: TO 42B2-1-9.6.6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A12. Engine gearbox A12.3.7.1.7.6.3.2. Non-engine driven pump A12. Operate TR: AFOSH Standard 127-66 A12.4. Rotodome A12. 1E-3A-6.1.6.7. Engine trim A12. 1E-8C-2-71 Series TO A12.4. 2J-TF33-46. Service A12. Inspect installed engine TR: TO 1E-3A-6 * * * * 2b - - - 2b - - - - A - - - - - - - 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - 197 (Attachment 12) . 1E8C-2-05 Series TO. Operate A12.5.E-3/E-8 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7. Core Tasks 1. 1E-8C2-49 Series TO.7.7.3. Engine and subsystems A12.7.4.7.7.

1E-3A-6.9.3.3.6. Turbine A12. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A12. Team panel operator A12.8.7.7.1. TOs 00-25-172.2.2.8.4. 1E-3A-6.7.8. AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable AFOSH STDs. Tasks. 1E-3A-2-75CL-1.3. 1E-3A-2-28-1.3.8. 1E-8C-2-28 Series TO.1. 1E-3A-2-28-1.2.8. Knowledge And Technical References 3. 1E-3A-2-28-1 A12. Core Tasks 1.4. Inspect fuel system TR: TOs 1-1-3.8.7.8.8. 1E-3A-5-2 A12. Team panel operator A12.7. Refuel aircraft TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7. Troubleshoot A12.1. 1E-3A-2-7 A12. Team supervisor A12.8. 1E-3A-2-28-1 * * * 2b 2b 2b - - - - A - - - - * * * 2b 2b - - - - * * * 2b 2b - - - - - - - - 2b - - - * 2b - - - 198 (Attachment 12) .8. -23. Certification For OJT 4. 1E-3A-2-75CL-1. 1E8C-12 Series TO A12. 1E-3A-5-2 A12. Fuel sump draining TR: 1E-3A-2-7 A12. Team member A12.E-3/E-8 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Fuel system components A12. 1E-3A3-1.8.8.8. 1E-3A-2-7.-36.3.1. 1E-3A-2-7. Compressor A12.7. In-flight refueling (IFR) system TR: TOs 1-1-3.5. Prepare aircraft for fuel cell maintenance TR: TOs 1-1-3.8. Team member A12.3.7. -36. Defuel aircraft TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7. Inspect APU TR: TO 1E-3A-6 A12.8.4.4.8.8. 1E-8C-6.2. Team supervisor A12. Perform operational check of fuel system A12.

Components A12. Light bulbs A12. Core Tasks 1. Remove and install A12.3.2.9. 1E-8C-2-05 Series TO.E-3/E-8 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. 1E8C-6.10. Perform operational check A12.2. Ground transfer fuel A12. Knowledge And Technical References 3.2. 1E-8C-2-24 Series TO.8.9. 1E-3A-2-71-1 A12.10. Indicator warning lights A12. Certification For OJT 4.6. Inspect evacuation slides * * * * * * * * * * * 2b 2b - - - A - - - 2b 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - * 2b - - - A 2b - - - 199 (Attachment 12) . 1E-3A-6. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A12. 1E-8C-212 Series TO A12.9.9.2. Tasks. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-1-1.9.3. Batteries A12.1.2.3.9.2. Service Integrated Drive Generator TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7. 1E-3A-6. Inspect IFR TR: TO 1E-3A-6 A12.1.9.8.10.9. Perform operational check with external power unit/APU A12.4.2. Wiring and connectors A12.9.4. Connect/apply/disconnect external electrical power A12.9. 1E-3A-2-24-1.8.9. Egress system components A12.8. EGRESS SYSTEM TR: TOs 1E-3A-2-7. 1E-3A-2-7.4. 1E-3A-2110-1. Electrical power supply system A12.9.5.3.3.9. Light lenses A12.2.1.1.9.1.8. Inspect A12.1. 1-1A-14.9.2. Electrical system components A12.9. 1E-8C-2-25 Series TO A12. Lighting system A12.3.

10.Series A12.2. Certification For OJT 4.11. Operate A12. Tasks.11.1.3.1. Knowledge And Technical References 3.2.11.2.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A12. Core Tasks 1. Operate * 2b - - - 2b 2b - - - 2b 2b - - - 200 (Attachment 12) . Tri-Electron power unit TR: TO 35C2-3-506-1 A12.E-3/E-8 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.11.11. Remove and install evacuation slide A12. Pre-use inspection A12. AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT A12.1.11. Pre-use inspection A12. ACE 406-322 air conditioner TR: TO 35E9.2.1.2.11.

Park and receive A13.3.1. Inspect/lubricate landing gear & doors major zone 700 A13.1. AIRCRAFT GENERAL A13.7. 1C-10(K)A-6.8.8. Quick Turn A13. Perform inspections A13.1.3.8. Inspection concept and inspections TR: TOs 00-20-1.8.3.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials NOTE 1: This attachment is to be used in conjunction with Attachment 2. Preflight/postflight (PRPO) A13. Core Tasks 1.5.9.5.1. Inspect/lubricate aerial refueling boom major zone 900 A13. A-Check inspection A13.3.3.1.1. Certification For OJT 4. 300 & 800 A13.1.3.2.1.1.1.1.1.3. A13. Thruflight A13.6.1.1. Special inspections * * * * 2b 2b 2b 2b A A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 201 (Attachment 13) . Inspect/lubricate lt/rt wing major zones 500 & 600 A13.1. C-Check inspection A13.1.1.1. 200. Inspect/lubricate engine major zones 400 A13. Preflight A13.3.1.1. Tasks.1. 1A/2A/3A check inspections A13.2.3.8.1.1.3. Inspect/lubricate fuselage major zones 100.1.1.1.3.3.1.1.3.4. Engine run crew change A13.3.1.1.1.4. Basic postflight A13.1.1.1.8. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1.2.3.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1. AMCI 21-101 A13. Calendar A13.3.10.1.3.3.1.1.1.1.

1.1. Air Transport Association (ATA) Technical Orders (TOs) TR: Applicable KC-10 TOs A13.4.1.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.1.1. Perform as brake operator A13.1.2. Use ATA TOs A13. TO 00-25-172.6.2.4.1.4.1.2.1.1.4.3. Perform as tow vehicle operator A13. Perform aircraft ground handling TR: AFI 11-218. ATA TO System A13.13.4.1. Perform as tail stand team supervisor A13.1.3. Perform as tow team supervisor A13.3.3.3.1.3. AFOSH STD 91100. Knowledge And Technical References 3.2.2. Perform as wing/tail walker A13.1. Recover A13.4.1.3.1. Perform exterior panel/secondary structure inspection A13.4.3.1.3. Tow aircraft A13.2.3.4. Launch A13.1. - - - - - - - - Perform alert inspection A13.3.1.1. Operate radio A13.4. Certification For OJT 4.4.11.1. Core Tasks 1.1.1. Use interphone A13.1.3. Perform as tail stand tow vehicle operator A13. Clear Time Change Item (TCI) A13.4.1.4.3. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.3. Jack and level aircraft * * * *R 2b 2b * * B B * 2b 2b * B 2b A - - - - - 202 (Attachment 13) .2.2. Service bulletins and air worthiness directives A13.1.3.1. Tasks.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13.1. Aircraft communications equipment TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.4.12.

3.1.1. Operate A13. Tasks.1. AIRFRAME SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs * A 2b - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 203 (Attachment 13) . Cargo rollers A13.1. Remove and install A13.4.5.1.9. Compute aircraft center of gravity TR: TO 1C-10(K)A-5 A13.1.7.4.1.1.5.1. Remove/install/repair A13. Jack using axle jack A13. Cargo winch A13.6.3.1.11.1. Cargo-only configuration A13.9.1. Maintain/store/configure -21 equipment A13.1.1. Restraint locks A13.1.1.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13.1.1.8.2.7.9.9.1.6.9.3.6.1. Passenger/personnel A13. Perform as jacking supervisor A13. Palletized Seats A13.6.10.9. Certification For OJT 4.4.2. Troubleshoot/adjust rails A13. Perform operational check IAU A13.9.4.9.1. Perform as jacking team member A13. Knowledge And Technical References 3.7.1.2.1. Core Tasks 1.1.6. Remove/Install Increase Accommodation Unit (IAU) A13.1.4. Distinguished Visitor (DV) A13.1. Cargo rails A13.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Configure aircraft A13. Z-Lavatory/Miscellaneous Storage Compartment A13. Rolling stock/palletized cargo A13.2.7.1.4.5.7. Service and repair A13.

5.1.2.2.2. Components and system operation * * * * * A - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - - 2b 2b - - - 2b a a - - - A - - - 204 (Attachment 13) .2. Air refueling operator seats A13. #2 engine cowling A13.2.6.2. Wheel well doors A13. Knowledge And Technical References 3.2.4.7.6. Crew seats A13.2.6. Core Tasks 1.2.2. Tasks.1. Operate A13.7.3. Panels A13. Radome A13.2. Lower tail cone assembly A13. Open and close A13.6. Windows A13. Crew entry ladder A13.2. Cargo door A13. Wing engine cowling A13.2.8.2.7.1.4.2. Radome A13.2.3. Raise/lower air refueling operator door to/from maintenance position A13.2.7.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13.3.2.2.6. Components and structure A13.2.1. Raise tail cone assembly A13.2. Perform aircraft cold weather procedures A13.6.3.2.2.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7.2. Certification For OJT 4.1. Life rafts/slides A13.5.3.6.2. Entry doors A13.8.6. Remove and install A13.6.2.6.2.2. LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.3. Passenger seats A13.

Nose landing gear assembly * * * * * a 2b a a 2b * * * * a 2b a a * * 2b - * 2b - - - * * a 2b - - - - 205 (Attachment 13) .5.2. Ck/adjust X dimension Main Landing Gear A13.3.3.3.6.2.1.7.3.5.3. Wheel and tire assembly (Nose) A13. Brakes A13.3.1.5.3.5. Wheel and tire assembly (Main) A13.7.3. Perform dummy retract A13.3.3.3. Tasks.4.5.3.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5. Remove and install A13. Wheel and tire assembly (Center) A13. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13.1. Brake assembly (Main) A13. Certification For OJT 4. Lubricate landing gear components A13.2.3.6. Anti skid A13.3.3. Nose Landing Gear strut A13.7.7. Steering system A13.2.5. Ck/adjust X dimension Center Landing Gear A13.4.5.7.7.3.5. Brake assembly (Center) A13.6.7. Perform operational check A13.7.3.3.7. Core Tasks 1.3.2. Raise/lower center landing gear A13.7.3.5.3. Service A13. Landing gear A13.2. Main landing gear assembly A13.3.3. Center landing gear assembly A13.2. Center Landing Gear strut A13.3. Main Landing Gear strut A13.7.2.8.4.3. Ck/adjust X dimension Nose Landing Gear A13. Tires A13.3. Knowledge And Technical References 3.3.4.3.3.

4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13.4.4. Anti-ice/de-ice system A13.3.8.1.1.4.5. Rain removal system A13. Inspect TR: TO 1C-10(K)A-6 A13.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2.1.2. Bleed air system A13.6.10.3.11.7.4.3.2.4.4.3. Fire warning system A13.2.2. Inspect landing gear systems TR: TO 1C-10(K)A-6 A13. Fire warning system A13.2.4.4. Tasks. Components and system operation A13.2.2.3.4.3.3.7.3.6.3.4.3. UTILITY SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.4.4. Certification For OJT 4.9.2. Fire extinguishing system * * - - - - * 2b - - - 2b - - - - A - - - 2b 2b - - - 2b - - - - 206 (Attachment 13) .12. Pressurization system A13.4.3. Rain removal system A13. Troubleshoot A13.4. Bleed brakes system A13. Anti-ice/de-ice system A13.13. Knowledge And Technical References 3. Determine serviceability of tires TR: TO 4T-1-3.4.4.2.3. Bleed air system A13. Pressurization system A13. Rig landing gear components A13.2.3. Air conditioning system A13.3.3. Applicable Acft 2 TOs A13. Fire extinguishing system A13. Core Tasks 1. Oxygen system A13.5.4.4.4. Air conditioning system A13. Perform operational check A13.4.

Spoiler system components A13.3.4.3.4. Inspect flight controls TR: TO 1C-10(K)A-6 A13.7. Slat system A13. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13.5.6. Certification For OJT 4.6. Flap system components A13.8.5.3.5.5.3. Rudder system components A13.5.5.5.5.5.5. Core Tasks 1. Rig flight controls A13.5.1.3.4.2.5.6. Rudder system A13. Operate flight controls A13.5. Aileron system A13.4. Elevator system A13.3. Applicable Acft -2 TO A13.3.3. Troubleshoot Utility Systems A13.5. FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13. Elevator system components A13.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Flap system A13.6. Service oxygen system TR: TO 00-25-172. Slat system components A13.3. Knowledge And Technical References 3.5.5. Lubricate flight controls A13.5.5.5.5. Remove/install components A13.3. Tasks. Spoiler system A13.4. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs * 2b - - - 2b - - - - A 2b - - - 2b - - - - - - - - 207 (Attachment 13) .6.1.2.6. Oxygen system A13.4. Troubleshoot A13.6.1.4.5.2. Aileron system components A13.6. Components and system operation A13.6.5.5.6.5.

Engine driven pump A13.5.7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13. APU inlet and exhaust door deactivation A13.7. Service A13.4. Operate TR: AFOSH STD 91-100. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.6.6.1. Disable/deactivate thrust reverser system A13.3.4.2.2. Tasks. ENGINES AND AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU) TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13. Operate A13.2. Certification For OJT 4.7.6.4.3.7. Oil system A13. Service A13.7. Components and system operation A13.7.7.5.4.2.2.1.6.5.1.6.2.6.1. Manually operate engine starter valve A13.4.5. Engine and APU components and system operation A13. Core Tasks 1. Constant Speed Drive * * * * * * A - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b - - - - A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2b - - - 2b 2b - - - 208 (Attachment 13) . Knowledge And Technical References 3. Accumulator A13.6.2.1.1. Troubleshoot A13.7. Engine trim A13.6.7.7.2.2. Reservoir A13. Inspect major components TR: TO 1C-10(K)A-6 A13.6.7.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Engine operational check A13.6.1.1.2.7. Engine and subsystems A13.2. APU A13.6. Perform A13.6.7.7. Non-engine driven pump A13.

Team member A13. APU Starter A13.7.2. Tasks.2. Ground transfer A13.3.6.3.1. AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable AFOSH STD. Take engine oil sample A13.9. Defuel A13. Components and system operation A13.1.8.2.7.8. APU A13.3.7. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13.8. Blend fan blades A13.7.7.2.3. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.7.2.2.2.8.7. Team panel operator A13.7.11.8.2.7. Exhaust A13.1. Troubleshoot A13.7.8.2.1.7.8. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.7.7.9.8. Certification For OJT 4.7. Engine Starter A13.2.8. TO 0025-172.3.10.2.7. Refuel A13.8. Remove and Install A13.2.12.8.4. Inspect installed engine TR: TO 1C-10(K)A-6.2.1. Team member A13.7. Team panel operator A13.3.7. Inspect APU A13.2. Core Tasks 1.7. Inlet A13. Knowledge And Technical References 3.2.8. Perform fuel servicing operations A13.9.1.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.8.2. Team supervisor * 2b - - - * 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - A - - - * 2b - - - * * * 2b 2b - - - - * * * 2b 2b - - - - 209 (Attachment 13) . Minor components A13.3.2.2. Team supervisor A13. Engine cowling A13.3.

Boom independent disconnect A13.5.5.2.5.3.7. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13. Inspect Wing Aerial Refueling Pod (WARP) System A13. Preflight * * * * - - - - 2b - - - 2b 2b - - - 2b b 2b 2b - - - - b b b - - - - - - - - - - - 210 (Attachment 13) . In flight refueling (IFR) system TR: 1C-10(K)A-6.7. Deploy/re-deploy boom A13.1.2.8.4.8. Raise/lower boom A13.5.2. Boom shock absorber A13. Certification For OJT 4.8.2.8.1.2.1.5.2.1.8.5.8.3.3.7.8.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.6.2.1.8.5.3.8.5.5. Operate status test panel A13.5.8.5.1. Inspect/Operate boom dolly A13.2. Inspect fuel system TR: TO 1C-10(K)A-6 A13.4. Knowledge And Technical References 3.5.5.3. Core Tasks 1.3. Boom surge boot A13.2.8. Service boom components A13.8.8.8.2. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.5.5.5.2.5.8. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13. Extend/retract center drogue A13. Tasks.2.2.5. Drogue system A13.1.2. Aerial refueling boom system A13.3.8.4.8.8. Operate A13. Inspect A13.3.5. Extend/retract boom A13.5. Inspect boom assembly A13.8.8. Concurrent servicing supervisor A13.3.8.8.7.2.5.8. Prepare aircraft for fuel cell maintenance TR: TO 1-1-3.3. Inspect center drogue A13. Receiver system A13.2.1.

Crew/passenger comfort facilities TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.1.2. Knowledge And Technical References 3.1. Lighting system A13.5.5.3. Thruflight A13.3. Components and system operation A13. Light lenses A13. Wiring and connectors A13.9. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13.1.5.2. Galley and equipment * * - - - - A - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - 2b 2b 2b - - - - A 2b b - - - 211 (Attachment 13) . ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.3.9.9.2.2.2.3.10.3.9. Light bulbs A13.5.9.3.2. Indicator warning lights A13.7.5.9.11. Connect/apply/disconnect external electrical power A13.1. Operate system (excluding slide) A13. Components and system operation A13.3.8. Troubleshoot A13. Electrical power supply system A13.2.9.6. Certification For OJT 4. Core Tasks 1. Troubleshoot fuel systems A13.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3. Perform operational checks with external power unit/APU A13.6.9.8. Tasks.10. Basic Postflight A13.1.9.9.10. Components A13.9. Batteries A13.10.9.3.11. Inspect TR: 1C-10(K)A-6 A13. Remove and Install A13.9. Inspect TR: TO 1C-10(K)A-6 A13.2.1.3.2.9. EGRESS SYSTEM TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A13.9.3.3.8.

Tasks. Remove and install components A13.11.1.3. Potable water system A13.2. Remove/install potable water components A13.11. Knowledge And Technical References 3.2.2.11.1. Inspect/operationally check components A13.1.2.11.3. Remove/install/repair components A13.KC-10 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.2. Service lavatory system A13. Inspect/operationally check components A13.2.11.3.3. Service system - - - - - - - - 2b/b - - - - - - - 2b/b - - - 212 (Attachment 13) . Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC A B C D E 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A13.11. Certification For OJT 4. Inspect/operationally check system A13.1.11.3.3.2.11.1.11.11. Core Tasks 1. Lavatory and waste system A13.

2.6.1. Preflight A14.4. Phase inspection concept A14. Work area #4 A14. Tasks. AIRCRAFT GENERAL A14.2.2. Basic postflight A14.1.1. Work area #2 and #3 A14. Work area #4 A14.1.1.2.1.1.1.E-4/VC-25 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.1.1.1. Perform exterior panel and secondary structure inspection TR: Applicable local directives * * * * * * * * * * - 213 (Attachment 14) .1.1.1.1.1.1.2.5.1.3.4. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.2.2. Work area #2 and #3 A14.1.3.1.1.1. Work area #2 and #3 A14.2.1.1.1.2.1.1.2.2.1. Work area #2 and #3 A14.2. Work area #1 A14. Alert A14.1.2.2.1.1.3.3.1. Work area #1 A14.1.1. Inspection concept and inspection TR: TOs 00-20-1.1.7.2.1.2. Preflight/postflight (PRPO) A14.1.1.1.1. Thruflight A14.4.1.1. 1E-4B-6 A14. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials Note 1: This attachment is used in conjunction with Attachment 2.2. Work area #4 A14. Work area #1 A14.1.7.1.2.2.2.3.2.4.1.3.3.2.1. Quick turn A14.2.1. Work area #4 A14. Perform inspections A14.1.1.2.1.2.1.2. A14.1. Core 3. Special A14.1. Work area #1 A14.2.1.1. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.1.1.2.

4.1. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14.1.3.1. Jacking team member A14. Jack and level aircraft A14.4. Launch aircraft A14.4. Core 3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A14.3. AIRFRAME SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14.3.1.4. Tasks.4. Recover aircraft A14.4.4. Jacking supervisor A14.1. Verify aircraft center of gravity TR: TO 1E-4B-5 A14. Air Transport Association (ATA) TOs TR: 1E-4B-2-1 A14.4.1.2.2.2.4.1. AFOSH STD 91100. Perform ground handling TR: AFI 11-218.3.1.2. Tow team supervisor A14.2.1. Tow aircraft A14.3.1.1. Operate radio A14.1. TO 00-25-172. Components and structure A14.1.1.4. Identify/Use ATA TOs A14.1. Tow vehicle operator A14. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.1.3.2.1.1.2.3.4. Operate * * * * * * * * * - 214 (Attachment 14) . Wing/tail walker A14.2. Identify/Use service bulletins and air worthiness directives A14.4.2. Axle jacking A14.1. Use interphone A14.1. Aircraft communications equipment TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14.1.3.1.2.3. Brake operator A14.4.4.2.4.1.5.1.2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.1.4.5.E-4/VC-25 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.

2. Cowling A14.3.3.3.2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.4.2. Windows A14.5. Life rafts/slides A14.3.4. Brakes A14. Radome A14.2.2.3.3. LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14.2. Remove and install A14.3.3.1.2.2.1.3.3. Tasks.3.2.2.2. Wheel well doors A14. Lavatories A14. Potable water A14.3. Open and close A14. Entry door/hatch A14.E-4/VC-25 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Radome A14.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A14. Non-explosive seats A14. Panels A14.2. Landing gear retraction team Member * * * - - - - * - - - - * - - - - * * - - - - - - - - * - - - - 215 (Attachment 14) . Service crew/passenger comfort facilities TR: TO 1E-4B-2-12 A14.1.2. Perform aircraft cold weather procedures A14.2.2.2.3.2.3.6.2.3.2.5. Components and system operation A14.1.6.2.3. Anti skid A14.3.4.2. Landing gear A14.2.4.2.5.2.2.2. Core 3. Steering system A14.1. Perform operational check A14.2.2.1.4.6.2. Cargo door A14. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.

3. Fire extinguishing system A14. Core 3.7.4.3.4. Wheel and tire assemblies A14.2.9.2.4.3.2.4.6. Tasks.2.4. Landing gear struts A14.2. Inspect landing gear system TR: 1E-4B-6 A14.4. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14. Troubleshoot A14.1.3.3.2.8.1. Anti-ice/de-ice system A14.5. Perform operational check A14. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A14.2.2. Brake assemblies A14. Determine serviceability of aircraft tires TR: TO 4T-1-3.3.3. Tires A14.2. Remove and install A14.4.4. Air conditioning system A14. Pressurization system A14.E-4/VC-25 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.3.2.3. Oxygen system * * * * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 216 (Attachment 14) .5.4.2.3.4. Lubricate landing gear components A14. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.1. Components and system operation A14.6.8.3.4.5. Fire warning system A14. UTILITY SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14. Bleed air system A14. Bleed brakes system A14.3.4.7. Service A14.6.3.3.2. Rain removal system A14. Landing gear retraction team supervisor A14.4.3.5.2.3.1.

6.4.4.8.5.5.4.5.4.4.3.5.4.4. Oxygen system A14.6. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs * * * - 217 (Attachment 14) . Troubleshoot utility systems A14. Rig flight controls A14. Anti-ice/de-ice system A14.4.3. Components and system operation A14. Air conditioning system A14. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.4.5.3.3.3. Core 3.4.4. Fire extinguishing system A14.4.4.1.3.4.4. Lubricate flight controls A14.5.1. Pressurization system A14. FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14.4. Remove flight control components A14. Tasks. Service portable oxygen bottles A14.7.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4. Service liquid oxygen converters A14.4.4.8.E-4/VC-25 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.5.7. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14. Perform alert LOX service A14. Operate flight controls A14.4.4.4. Troubleshoot A14.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A14.4. Bleed air system A14.5.5. Rain removal system A14.4.4.2.3. Fire warning system A14.6. Oxygen system TR: TO 00-25-172. Install flight control components A13.2.5.4. Inspect TR: TO 1E-4B-6 A14. Inspect flight controls TR: TO 1E-4B-6 A14.5.2.

Motor engine A14.2.4.2.2.4.4.1.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.7.3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A14. Engine and subsystems A14.1.4.6. Audible ignition check A14. Operate A14.3.2.2. Perform A14.4. Oil system A14. Accumulator A14.6.2.1. Inspect major components TR: TO 1E-4B-6 A14.1. Integrated Drive Gearbox A14.6.1.6. ENGINES AND AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU) TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14.7. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.7.2.2.4. APU A14. Troubleshoot A14.7.6. Engine alert quick start TR: TO 1E-4B-1 A14.7.5.7.7.7. Service A14.2. Engine operational check A14. Tasks.6.7. APU A14.1.7. Non-engine driven pump A14. Components and system operation A14.6.6. Reservoir A14.7.3.3. Core 3.3.7.7.2. Engine driven pump A14.2.4. Service A14. APU supplemental oil tank * * * * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 218 (Attachment 14) .3. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14.6.4.4.2. Operate TR: AFOSH STD 91-100.E-4/VC-25 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.7. Components and system operation A14.2.7.4.

7. Inlet A14.1. Team member * * * * * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 219 (Attachment 14) .7. APU starter A14.4.8.7.4. Fuel components and system operation A14.7. Tasks.3.7.1.E-4/VC-25 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.8.8.7.8.4.8.5.7. 1E-4B-2-12 A14.3.8.8. Core 3.5. Take engine oil sample A14. Refuel aircraft A14.4.3.7.5.7.7.5.3. Minor components A14. TO 0025-172. Team supervisor A14.3. Team panel operator A14.5.2.1.8.9.5. Inspect installed engine TR: Applicable Acft -2 and -6 TOs A14. Remove and install A14.8.1. Concurrent servicing TR: TOs 00-25-172. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.2.8.2.2.1.7.8. Team supervisor A14.7.6. Team panel operator A14. Team member A14. Defuel aircraft A14.2. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A14.3.3.7.7. AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable AFOSH STD. Troubleshoot A14.8.4. Exhaust A14. Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14. Engine Starter A14. Team member A14.8. Extended range oil tank A14. Operate fuel system A14.1. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.5.8. Inspect APU A14.

8. Team Supervisor (Position A) A14.2. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.1. Panel operator (Position B) A14. Components and system operation * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 220 (Attachment 14) .8.11.2. Phase I A14. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14.8. Team member (Position D) A14.8.3.3. ACCI 21-101 A14.3.8.1.8.9.8.E-4/VC-25 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Receiver system A14.8.9.6.8.6.7. Inspect A14.6.8.2. Phase III A14. Tasks. Operate A14.1. 1E-4B-2-12.1.6.2. Inspect fuel system TR: TO 1E-4B-6 A14. Phase III A14. Phase II A14.2. Team supervisor A14.6.6. Certification For OJT Tasks 1.6.5.2.8.8.1.6.3.3.1.8.8.9.2. Phase II A14.9.6. Phase III A14.6.6. Refuel aircraft with engines operating TR: TOs 00-25-172. Ground transfer fuel A14.8.2.10. Troubleshoot A14.1.8. Phase II A14.2.8.8.8.3. Core 3. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A14.3. Phase I A14.6.8.8. Prepare aircraft for fuel cell maintenance TR: TO 1-1-3. Applicable Acft -2 TO A14. Phase I A14.6.8.1.1.9.

2.10. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Lighting system A14.9.2.3.9.11. Electrical power supply system A14. Tasks.3. Wiring and connectors A14.4.9.9. Troubleshoot A14.9.6.1.3.1.2.1.2.9.4. Perform operational check with external power unit/APU A14.2. Inspect TR: TO 1E-4B-6 A14. Light bulbs A14.9.4.9.1. Components A14.3. Apply/remove APU bleed air A14. Core 3. Batteries A14.10.3. EGRESS SYSTEM TR: Applicable Acft -2 TOs A14.11. Remove and install components * * * * - * - - - - * 221 (Attachment 14) .7.1. Components A14.3.9.9.9. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.9.4.1.9.8.10. Indicator warning lights A14. Galley and equipment A14.E-4/VC-25 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2. Crew comfort facilities A14. Inspect TR: TO 1E-4B-6 A14. Operate system (excluding slide) A14. Install/remove safety pins A14. Remove and install A14.9.1.5.10. Apply/remove APU generator electrical power A14. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A14. Connect/apply/disconnect external electrical power A14.2.3.9.10.2.2.11. Light lenses A14.

11.2. Certification For OJT Tasks 1. Inspect/operational check system A14.12. Remove/install/repair components A14.12.2. Remove/install potable water filter components A14.1.1. Inspect A14.2.3. Seal - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 222 (Attachment 14) . Core 3. Remove/install A14.12.3.11.11.2. Tasks.11.2.11. Inspect/operational check components A14. Thermal curtains TR: TO 1E-4B-2-25 A14. Lavatory and waste system A14.2.1.3.3. Inspect/operational check components A14.11.11. Knowledge And Technical References A B C D E 4.E-4/VC-25 QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS STS 2A5X1 2.12.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided (See Attachment 1) A B C 3 Skill 5 Skill 7 Skill Level Level Level Course CDC (1) (2) Course CDC 5 7 Training Start Training Complete Trainee Initials Trainer Initials Certifier Initials A14. Potable water system A14.2.

3.2. A2. COURSE NR J3AQR2A531E001A Blocks I thru 3 J3AQR2A531E001A J3ABP2A531EE01A* J3ABP2A531ED01A* TITLE Aerospace Maintenance Fundamentals Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (B-1B) Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (B-1B) Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (B-1B) LOCATION Sheppard AFB.2. A2.3.3.3.2.3. rotor plane of rotation Safety precautions pertaining to radio frequency radiation Safety precautions pertaining to ground handling of aircraft Safety precautions pertaining to hot brakes Safety precautions pertaining to use of tools and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to servicing aircraft systems Safety precautions pertaining to cleaning agents Safety precautions pertaining to solvents Safety precautions pertaining to lubricants Safety precautions pertaining to high pressure gasses Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft explosive equipment Safety precautions pertaining to composite materials Inspect fire extinguisher Position fire extinguisher Operate fire extinguisher Phase 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 2b b b Phase 2 Phase 3 - 223 (Attachment 15) . tools and hardware.3. A2.1.3.6. A.3. as identified in attachment 3.3. A2.3. A2.3. A2.3.2.4.9.3. A2. TASK Progression in career ladder 2A5X1 Duties of AFS 2A5X1 Housekeeping consistent with safety of personnel and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to engine air intake and exhaust Safety precautions pertaining to high intensity sound Safety precautions pertaining to turbine. A2. A2. needed to properly perform maintenance are integrated throughout all phases of training to the level of the associated tasks.2.3. A2.3.2. A2.2.2.2. Training is separated into different phases/locations as indicated below.11.10.1. TX (TD) PHASE 1 2 3 3 * Awards 3-level AFSC Note 2: The use of TOs. column 4A. A2.3.2.3. SD (TD) Dyess AFB.8. TX (TD) Dyess AFB. to this CFETP.2.2. A2. Sheppard AFB. A2.2. A2.1.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-1) STS 2A5X1 Note 1: The following matrix defines specific sources for training required to achieve an apprentice (3) skill level appropriate to B-1 aircraft.2.14. TX Ellsworth AFB. STS ELEMENT A2. The contents of each phase are shown by the proficiency codes listed under the appropriate column headings in the matrix. propeller. A2.2.3.2.3.7. support equipment.5.13.2.3. to include all applicable safety and inspection requirements.3.1. A2.12.3.3. TX.1.1.2. A2.

A2.3.9.2. A2. A2.9.3.1.2.9.10.7.2.3. A2. A2.11.8.9.1. A2.9.1.1.2.2.2.8.8.6.8. A2.2.2. A2.2.1.8.9.1.7.3.8. A2.5.2. A2.8. A2.8.13.9.9.6.3.3.4.7.2.2.8.1.3.9. A2.8. A2. A2.8.2.8. A2.2.12.8.9. Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program Use AF Form 1492 TASK Hazardous chemicals use Hazardous chemicals disposal Technical order (TO) system Air Force manuals and instructions Use technical orders MDD fundamentals Purpose of aircraft and supporting maintenance records Automated forms Document AFTO Form 781H Document AFTO Form 781A Document AFTO Form 781J Document AFTO Form 781K Document AFTO Form 244/245 Document AFTO Form 350 Purpose IMDS Purpose of Job Data Documentation (JDD) Access JDD Create maintenance event Defer maintenance event Schedule maintenance event Close maintenance event Use IMDS Tool control Purpose of hardware Remove/install common hardware Purpose of electrical connectors Connect/disconnect electrical connectors Purpose of securing devices Install/remove safety wire Install/remove cotter pins Lubricants Sealants Adhesives Cleaning agents Purpose of common hand tools Select and use common hand tools Purpose of measuring tools A A Phase 1 A A A A 1b A A A 1b 1b 1b 1b a 1b A A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b A A 2b A 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A 2b A Phase2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b Phase 3 - 224 (Attachment 15) . A2. A2.4.3. A2.12.3. A2.2. A2.2.4. A2.3. A2.2.1. A2.3.8.8.2.2.9.9.5.9.3. A2. A2.4.2. A2.1.8.2.3.1.6. A2.1.3.9. A2.1. A2. A2.6. A2.8. A2.5.9.8. STS ELEMENT A2.6.6. A2. A2. A2.7.3.2.4.8.4.5. A2. A2.9.3.3.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-1) STS 2A5X1 A2.9.

A2.9.2.3. A2.2.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-1) STS 2A5X1 A2.1.17. A2. A2. A2. A2.16.1.18. A2. A2.12.15.2.1. STS ELEMENT A2. A2.13. A2.3.3.1.1.3.10.13.4.4.13. A2.1.2. A2.3. A2. A2.17.13.9.11.11. A2.4.14. Select and use ruler Select and use thickness gauge TASK Select and use torque wrench Maintenance supply concept Ordering parts Aircraft cleaning Corrosion identification Corrosion treatment Lubrication methods Aircraft inspection concepts/types Principles of ground handling Aircraft marshalling Aircraft guarded switches design/function/proper identification Airframe structure Remove/install airframe panels Landing gear system fundamentals Service shock strut Service tire Remove/install wheel and tire assembly Remove/install brake assembly Brake bleeding Oxygen system fundamentals Bleed air system fundamentals Pressurization system fundamentals Air condition system fundamentals Fire/overheat warning system fundamentals Flight control system fundamentals Flight control component identification Operate flight controls Hydraulic system fundamentals Service hydraulic system reservoir Service hydraulic system accumulator Engine system fundamentals Identify engine components Oil system servicing Fuel system fundamentals Operate fuel system AC electrical system fundamentals DC electrical system fundamentals 2b 2b Phase 1 2b A A A A A A A A b A A 1b A 1b 1b 1b 1b A A A A A A A A 1b A b b A A A A b A A Phase2 Phase 3 - 225 (Attachment 15) .2.15. A2. A2.6.2.13.15.3.1. A2.5.16. A2.13.3.12.13. A2.1. A2. A2.1.18.5. A2.5.1.1.2.12. A2.11. A2. A2.4. A2.1.1.19.19.17.4.1.1.14.7.11.11. A.11.11. A2. A2. A2.2.2.13.9.14.3.1.2.2.1.11. A2.2.16.13.14.1. A2.2. A2.6.4.2. A2.4. A2.2. A2.10.14.

1.20. A2.2.16.1. A2.1. A2.20.2.4.3.4.2.1.1. A2.20.1. A3.20.3.1.20. A3.3.1. A3. A2.2.4.10. A2. A2.1. A3.1.1.13. A2.13.10.10.1.1.1.2.20. A3.2. A3.7.1.2. A2.6.20.20.20.10.1.10.1.3.20.3.20.1.20.20.1. A2.1. A2.20.13.1.2.20.3.2. A2.1.1.1. A2.3. A3.1. A2.1. Purpose and description of maintenance platforms Perform pre-use inspection of maintenance platforms TASK Operate maintenance platforms Purpose and description of aircraft jacks Perform pre-use inspection of aircraft jacks Operate aircraft jacks Purpose and description of liquid oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of gaseous oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of ground heaters Purpose and description of lighting equipment Purpose and description of hydraulic test stands Purpose and description of air conditioning units Purpose and description of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/ compressor Operate A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Purpose and description of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Operate A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Purpose and description of diesel driven generators Perform pre-use inspection of diesel driven generators Operate diesel driven generators Purpose and description of self-generating nitrogen equipment Perform pre-use inspection of self-generating nitrogen equipment Operate self-generating nitrogen equipment Purpose and description of oil servicing carts Purpose and description of hydraulic servicing carts Perform Preflight inspection Perform Thruflight inspection Perform Home Station Check (HSC) inspection OMMS TOs Use OMMS TOs Use interphone Launch aircraft Recover aircraft Wing/tail walker Brake operator Jacking team member Axle jacking Safe aircraft for maintenance A 2b Phase 1 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A A A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A Phase 2 A 2b a Phase 3 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 3c 226 (Attachment 15) .20.1.20.1.2.1. A2.1. A2.9. A2.4.2. A3.1.1.4.20.20.10.20.20.10.4.20. A2.3.2.2.1.1.20.8. STS ELEMENT A2.2.1.1.1.10.10.3.3.4.2.20.3.4.6. A2.1.20.2.2.4.1. A3. A2.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-1) STS 2A5X1 A2. A3.1. A3.2.1. A3.1. A3.3.2.1.3.1.4.17.20.4.2.1.2. A2. A2. A2.1. A2.2.

5.3.3.2.8. A3.1. LCL) Service refrigeration units (#1.2.6.4. A3. A3. A3.1.7.4.5. A3.4.5. A3.1.5.2.1.2.2. #2 and stores) Flight control components and system operation Hydraulic components and system operation Service reservoir Service accumulator Apply hydraulic power using APU Engine and auxiliary power unit (APU) components and system operation Operate auxiliary power units and subsystems Service oil system Service integrated drive generator Service accessory drive gearbox Service APUs Fuel components and system operation Refuel team member (ground observer) Refuel team panel operator auto Refuel team panel operator manual Defuel team member (ground observer) Defuel team panel operator auto Phase 1 A A Phase 2 b a A a A A A A 2b A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b Phase 3 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 227 (Attachment 15) . A3.5. A3.2.4.6.1. A3. A3.1.2.2.3.2.5.8.7.4.1.5. A3.1. A3.3.2.3.2.1.6.2 A3.3.2.5.1.2.3.3. A3. A3.4. A3. A3.1.2. A3.8.4.3.2. Hardness critical procedures Airframe components and structure TASK Remove/install panels Open/close entry door/hatch Open/close aft hatches Open/close Main landing gear doors Open/close UARRSI door Operate weapons bay door Open/close engine bay door Open/close radomes forward side fairing Landing gear components and system operation Operate brakes Service landing gear struts with nitrogen Service axle beam positioner with nitrogen Service axle beam positioner with hydraulic fluid Service nose wheel steering gearbox Service tires Remove/install wheel and tire assemblies Utility components and system operation Service oxygen system Top off coolant loops (ACL.1.5.1.1.8.3.2.1.6.3. A3.1. A3.5.4. A3.2. A3.2.4. A3. A3.5.4.3.7.8. ICL.2.4. A3. A3.1.5.5. A3.5.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-1) STS 2A5X1 A3.7.4.1. A3.2.7.3. STS ELEMENT A3.1.2.2.2.4.2. A3.2. A3.7.1. A3.3.3. A3.6. A3.2.5.3.7.6.7. A3. A3.4.1.3.1. A3. A3.8.

11.4. A3.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-1) STS 2A5X1 A3.2.8. A3.10.2.3.4. A3.1.5.3. A3. A3.10. A3.6.2. A3.1.11.1.11.12.9. Defuel team panel operator manual Ground transfer fuel TASK Electrical components and system operation Connect/Apply external electrical power Disconnect external electrical power Apply electrical power using APU Remove/install batteries Egress components and system operation Operate seat adjustment Inspect and operate gaseous oxygen servicing equipment with intensifier Hand operated servicing cart Inspect and operate mobile hydraulic oil dispenser CITS operation Remove/install data transfer cartridge Operate CITS parameter monitor mode Operate CITS ground readiness test Phase 1 1b 1b Phase2 A 1b 1b 1b A A 1b 2b 2b Phase 3 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 228 (Attachment 15) . A3. STS ELEMENT A3.1.2.12. A3.1.12.2. A3.2.9. A3.12.4. A3.3.9. A3. A3.8.2.2.9.9.

they are multi-identified for student scheduling purposes.7.2.2. A2. propeller.3.2.8.3.5.3.11. tools and hardware.3.2.1. support equipment.3.3.2. column 4A. Course J3AQR2A531E002A is the same as course J3ATR2A531 048A.3.14.3.2. TASK Progression in career ladder 2A5X1 Duties of AFS 2A5X1 Housekeeping consistent with safety of personnel and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to engine air intake and exhaust Safety precautions pertaining to high intensity sound Safety precautions pertaining to turbine.12.2. Blocks I thru 3 Fundamentals Also identified as J3AQR2A531E002A Aircraft Maintenance Apprentice (B-2) J3ABP2A531E002A* Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (B-2) Whiteman AFB.3. A2.3.1. A2.3.2. A2. to this CFETP. A2. rotor plane of rotation Safety precautions pertaining to radio frequency radiation Safety precautions pertaining to ground handling of aircraft Safety precautions pertaining to hot brakes Safety precautions pertaining to use of tools and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to servicing aircraft systems Safety precautions pertaining to cleaning agents Safety precautions pertaining to solvents Safety precautions pertaining to lubricants Safety precautions pertaining to high pressure gasses Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft explosive equipment Safety precautions pertaining to composite materials Inspect fire extinguisher Position fire extinguisher Operate fire extinguisher Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program Phase 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 2b b b A Phase2 - 229 (Attachment 16) .3.3.2.2.4.3. to include all applicable safety and inspection requirements.3.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-2) STS 2A5X1 Note 1: The following matrix defines specific sources for training required to achieve an apprentice (3) skill level appropriate to B-2 aircraft.2.3.1. A2.3.10.2.1.3. COURSE NR TITLE LOCATION J3ATR2A531 048A Aerospace Maintenance Sheppard AFB. STS ELEMENT A2.2.3. A2. A2. A2.3. MO (TD) PHASE 1 2 *Awards 3-level AFSC Note 2: The use of TOs. TX. A2.1. A2. A2. A2.6. A2.3.4. A.3.13.9.2.2. A2.1. A2. A2. A2. Training is separated into different phases/locations as indicated below. as identified in attachment 4. The contents of each phase are shown by the proficiency codes listed under the appropriate column headings in the matrix.2.2. A2.3. needed to properly perform maintenance are integrated throughout all phases of training to the level of the associated tasks.3.2.

9. A2.13.7.9.8. A2.12.3.8.6.9. A2. A2. A2.2.2.2.8.4.2.1.9.3.4.3. A2.2.8.2.3.3. A2.5.13.2.1. A2.1.2. A2.9.8.7.4.3.12.6.8.8.8. A2.3. A2. A2.9.2. A2.8.8.3.2. A2.2.8.5.2.3.9.2. A2.3. A2.3.1.2.1.9. A2. A2.8. A2.9.11. A2.8.3.9.8. A2.1.8.5. A2.3.8.1.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-2) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2. A2.2.9. A2. TASK Use AF Form 1492 Hazardous chemicals use Hazardous chemicals disposal Technical order (TO) system Air Force manuals and instructions Use technical orders MDD fundamentals Purpose of aircraft and supporting maintenance records Automated forms Document AFTO Form 781H Document AFTO Form 781A Document AFTO Form 781J Document AFTO Form 781K Document AFTO Form 244/245 Document AFTO Form 350 Purpose IMDS Purpose of Job Data Documentation (JDD) Access JDD Create maintenance event Defer maintenance event Schedule maintenance event Close maintenance event Use IMDS Tool control Purpose of hardware Remove/install common hardware Purpose of electrical connectors Connect/disconnect electrical connectors Purpose of securing devices Install/remove safety wire Install/remove cotter pins Lubricants Sealants Adhesives Cleaning agents Purpose of common hand tools Select and use common hand tools Purpose of measuring tools Select and use ruler Phase 1 A A A A A 1b A A A 1b 1b 1b 1b a 1b A A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b A A 2b A 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A 2b A 2b Phase2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - 230 (Attachment 16) .1.3.7.2.10. A2. A2. A2.9.4.2.3.2. A2. A2.2. A2.4.8.1. A2.9.9.1.6. A2. A2.2.9. A2.5.9.2.6.1.3. A2.8.8.9. A2.9.7. A2.1.6. A2.2.2.6.

20.1.16. A2.11. A2.13. A2.11. A2.3. A2. TASK Select and use thickness gauge Select and use torque wrench Maintenance supply concept Ordering parts Aircraft cleaning Corrosion identification Corrosion treatment Lubrication methods Aircraft inspection concepts/types Principles of ground handling Aircraft marshalling Aircraft guarded switches design/function/proper identification Airframe structure Remove/install airframe panels Landing gear system fundamentals Service shock strut Service tire Remove/install wheel and tire assembly Remove/install brake assembly Brake bleeding Oxygen system fundamentals Bleed air system fundamentals Pressurization system fundamentals Air condition system fundamentals Fire/overheat warning system fundamentals Flight control system fundamentals Flight control component identification Operate flight controls Hydraulic system fundamentals Service hydraulic system reservoir Service hydraulic system accumulator Engine system fundamentals Identify engine components Oil system servicing Fuel system fundamentals Operate fuel system AC electrical system fundamentals DC electrical system fundamentals Purpose and description of maintenance platforms Phase 1 2b 2b A A A A A A A A b A A 1b A 1b 1b 1b 1b A A A A A A A A 1b A b b A A A A b A A A Phase2 - 231 (Attachment 16) .5.2.1.3.1. A2.3. A2.2.13.17. A2.2.1. A2.11. A2.11.13.14. A2.11.18. A2.2. A2.2.19. A2.1. A2.1. A2.10.15.4. A2.1.3.9. A2.13.5.1.3.4.2.2.1. A2. A2.10.14. A2. A2.1.2.13. A2. A2.2.13.17.2.12.5.7.17.3. A2.11.1.16.6. A2. A2. A2.4.14.13.2.1.2. A2.19.14. A2.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-2) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.18.15.12.2.3.13.1.3.16.2. A.11.1.4. A2.1. A2.4.9.12.1. A2.4.6.14.4. A2.1.1. A2.11. A2. A2.1.1.1.15.

20.1. A4. A2.20.10.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-2) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2. A4.20.1.2.1.2.1. TASK Perform pre-use inspection of maintenance platforms Operate maintenance platforms Purpose and description of aircraft jacks Perform pre-use inspection of aircraft jacks Operate aircraft jacks Purpose and description of liquid oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of gaseous oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of ground heaters Purpose and description of lighting equipment Purpose and description of hydraulic test stands Purpose and description of air conditioning units Purpose and description of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/ compressor Operate A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Purpose and description of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Operate A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Purpose and description of diesel driven generators Perform pre-use inspection of diesel driven generators Operate diesel driven generators Purpose and description of self-generating nitrogen equipment Perform pre-use inspection of self-generating nitrogen equipment Operate self-generating nitrogen equipment Purpose and description of oil servicing carts Purpose and description of hydraulic servicing carts Phased inspection concept Perform Work Area #1 Preflight inspection Perform Work Area #2 and #3 Preflight inspection Perform Work Area #4 Preflight inspection Part 2A Thruflight inspection Part 2B Thruflight inspection Perform Work Area #1 Postflight inspection Perform Work Area #2and #3 Postflight inspection Perform Work Area #4 Postflight inspection OMMS TOs Use OMMS TOs Use interphone Launch aircraft Recover aircraft Phase 1 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A A A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A Phase2 B 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b B 2b 3c 2b 2b 232 (Attachment 16) .3.1.1.1.20.8. A2.2.20. A4.2.2.1. A4. A2.1.10.2.1. A2.10.1.20.17.3.5.20.20.1.4.20. A2.20.10.1.1.1. A2.1.10.1. A2.20.3.1.1. A2.2. A2.20.2.1.1. A2.1.2.1.1.20. A2.6.3. A2.1.2.2.1.1. A2.2.13.3.3.1. A4.2.1.3.20.1.20.1.20.3.1.2.1.7. A2.3.4.1.2. A2.20.1.2.1. A4.16. A2.2.1.2. A4.5.3. A4.20.2.1.20.2.1. A2.3.20.3.1.1.3.1.1.2.10.1.20.1. A2. A2.9.10. A2.20. A4.10. A2.1.2.20. A2.3.1.2.20. A2.1. A4. A4. A4.2.13.20.1. A4.3.13. A4.10.2.1.3.1.2.1.1.1.2.4.2. A2.

2.5.12.1. A4.5.2.5.2. A4. A4.3.4.3. A4.2.4.1.1.10. A4.1.1.8.5. A4.5.3.2. A4. A4. A4.3.2. A4.1.1.1. A4. A4. A4.2.1.3.1.3.3.4.1.5. A4.2. A4. A4.1.2.3.1.3. A4. A4. A4.1. A4. A4. A4.2. A4.3.2. A4.1.4.13.5.4.1. A4.4.2.1.3.2.2.3.3.2.3. TASK Perform wing/tail walker Perform brake operator Perform jacking team member Axle jacking Remove and install proximity caps Aircraft safe for maintenance Hardness critical procedures Perform Electrostatic Discharge Procedures Observable Critical Procedures Low observable awareness Blade seal safety precautions Airframe components and construction Operate crew entry door pneumatically Operate aft nose landing gear door Operate aft equipment bay entry door electrically Open/close crew entry pressure door Open/close engine/AMAD bay doors Open/close ECS/Hydraulic bay doors Inspect airframe and components Inspect secondary structure Inspect aircraft windows Clean aircraft windows Landing gear components and system operation Inspect Landing Gear Components Service landing gear struts with nitrogen (normal servicing) Service landing gear struts with nitrogen (special maintenance) Service landing gear struts with hydraulic fluid Service nose gear tires Service main gear tires Remove/install main gear wheel and tire assembly Weapons bay components and system operation Operate weapons bay doors electrically Utility components and system operation ECS power-up Operate On Board Maintenance Printer (OBMP) Remove/Install printer tape Load/Unload maintenance write tapes/disks Operate OBTS Controls/Displays Service Back-up Oxygen System Phase 1 Phase 2 2b 2b b 2b 2b 3c b 2b b b 3c B 2b b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b B 2b 2b 2b b 2b 2b 2b A 2b B b 3c 3c 3c 3c b 233 (Attachment 16) . A4.2. A4.11.5.1.2.5.1.6.2. A4.2.14.1.8. A4. A4.3. A4.3.15.1.5.2.3. A4.1. A4.3.2. A4.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-2) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A4.1.3.1.3. A4.5.3.1.1.3.1.10. A4.7.4.12.3.2. A4.5.2.1. A4.5.9.5.2.13.1.

9.1.3. A4.3.3.7.2.2.5.3.2.3.1.7. A4.4.6.1. A4. A4.3. A4. A4.2.7.1.1.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-2) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A4. A4.3.10.1. A4.2.1.9.7. A4.2.2. A4.8.5.1. A4. A4. A4.2. A4.9.3. A4. A4.1.1.1.2.4. A4.3.8.7.6.3.1.8.5. A4.9. A4.8.10.2.10.9.6.1.3.8.2.10.9.5.5. A4. A4.4. A4.2. A4.7.2.6.8.4. A4.4.1.9.2.2.3.9.8.8. A4.2.2.2.3.1.2.2.1.2.2. A4.6.7.1.1.2.7. A4.1.2.5.5.8. A4.3.3. A4. A4. A4. A4.2.3.5.3.10. A4. A4.10. TASK Service Ethylene Glycol Water (EGW) System Service Defense Management System (DMS) Service Liquid Coolant System (LCS) Sample Ethylene Glycol Water (EGW) System Sample Defensive Management System (DMS) Sample Liquid Coolant System (LCS) Flight control components and system operation Inspect flight controls Hydraulic components and system operation Service hydraulic system reservoir (normal) Service hydraulic system reservoir (top off) Service hydraulic system accumulator (normal) Apply hydraulic power using test stand Engine and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) components and system operation Service engine oil normal engine (off) Service engine oil normal engine (operating) Service engine oil (initial/unknown) Service Airframe Mounted Accessory Drive (AMAD) oil Service APU oil Service Pressurized Air Start System (PASS) (Normal) Service Turbine driven recharge compressor (TDC) Take engine oil samples Fuel components and system operation Ground observer during refuel Ground control panel operator during refuel (manual) Ground control panel operator during refuel (auto) Manual fuel control panel operator during refuel Ground observer during defuel Ground control panel operator during defuel Manuel fuel control panel operator during defuel Ground transfer fuel Drain fuel tank sumps/obtain fuel samples Electrical components and system operation Operate internal lighting system Operate external lighting system Operate indicator warning lights Operate emergency lights Remove and install batteries Connect/Apply external electrical power Phase 1 Phase 2 b b b b b b B 2b B 2b 2b 2b 2b B 3c b b b b 2b b 3c B 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b B 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 3c 234 (Attachment 16) .8. A4.4.5. A4.7.1.9.9. A4. A4.1.10.

A4. A4. A4.2A531E STS MATRIX (B-2) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A4. A4.1.2.1.4.1. A4. A4.1. TASK Disconnect external electrical power Egress components and system operation Operate seat adjustment Aqueous Film Forming Form (AFFF) Procedures Operate Electrical Power and Inverter System Operate CASS Combined Air System Operate Hangar Nitrogen Inspect/Operate Fall Protection Devices Phase 1 Phase 2 3c B 3c b 3c 3c 2b 2b 235 (Attachment 16) .1.3.10.13. A4.13.2.1.1.11.13.12.6.11.

3. A2.6.3. A2.2. The contents of each phase are shown by the proficiency codes listed under the appropriate column headings in the matrix. to include all applicable safety and inspection requirements.2.2. needed to properly perform maintenance are integrated throughout all phases of training to the level of the associated tasks. A. A2.1. A2.2.4.3. A2.2.1. A2.3. A2.3.7.14.2.1. A2. TX.4.8.2.10. A2.2A531F STS MATRIX (B-52) STS 2A5X1 Note 1: The following matrix defines specific sources for training required to achieve an apprentice (3) skill level appropriate to B-52 aircraft. A2. A2. COURSE NR J3ABR2A531F003A Blocks I thru 3 J3ABR2A531F003A Blocks 4 thru 7 *Awards 3-level AFSC Note 2: The use of TOs.3.3.3. Training is separated into different phases/locations as indicated below.2.3.2. as identified in attachment 5.6.3.3.3.3.3. A2.2.3.1. A2.3.2.2. A2.3. PHASE 1 Sheppard AFB. A2.3. to this CFETP. A2.3.12. A2.3. column 4A.2. TX 2 236 (Attachment 17) . A2. support equipment.3.9. propeller. A2. A2. tools and hardware.1. TASK Progression in career ladder 2A5X1 Duties of AFS 2A5X1 Housekeeping consistent with safety of personnel and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to engine air intake and exhaust Safety precautions pertaining to high intensity sound Safety precautions pertaining to turbine.1.3.3.3. A2. STS ELEMENT A2.2.2.3.2. rotor plane of rotation Safety precautions pertaining to radio frequency radiation Safety precautions pertaining to ground handling of aircraft Safety precautions pertaining to hot brakes Safety precautions pertaining to use of tools and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to servicing aircraft systems Safety precautions pertaining to cleaning agents Safety precautions pertaining to solvents Safety precautions pertaining to lubricants Safety precautions pertaining to high pressure gasses Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft explosive equipment Safety precautions pertaining to composite materials Inspect fire extinguisher Position fire extinguisher Operate fire extinguisher Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program Use AF Form 1492 Hazardous chemicals use Phase 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 2b b b A A A Phase 2 - TITLE Aerospace Maintenance Fundamentals Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (B-52) LOCATION Sheppard AFB.2.5.7.2.3.11.1.13.

A2.2. A2. A2. A2.3.8.2.9.8. A2.9.4.2.1.5.3. A2.1.9.3. A2. A2. A2.2. A2.2. A2.12.9.9. A2.1. TASK Hazardous chemicals disposal Technical order (TO) system Air Force manuals and instructions Use technical orders MDD fundamentals Purpose of aircraft and supporting maintenance records Automated forms Document AFTO Form 781H Document AFTO Form 781A Document AFTO Form 781J Document AFTO Form 781K Document AFTO Form 244/245 Document AFTO Form 350 Purpose IMDS Purpose of Job Data Documentation (JDD) Access JDD Create maintenance event Defer maintenance event Schedule maintenance event Close maintenance event Use IMDS Tool control Purpose of hardware Remove/install common hardware Purpose of electrical connectors Connect/disconnect electrical connectors Purpose of securing devices Install/remove safety wire Install/remove cotter pins Lubricants Sealants Adhesives Cleaning agents Purpose of common hand tools Select and use common hand tools Purpose of measuring tools Select and use ruler Select and use thickness gauge Select and use torque wrench Phase 1 A A A 1b A A A 1b 1b 1b 1b a 1b A A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b A A 2b A 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A 2b A 2b 2b 2b Phase2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - 237 (Attachment 17) .8.8.8. A2.8.3.8.6.5. A2.4.4. A2. A2.3.1.1. A2.9.6.1.6.8.8.5.9.9. A2. A2.2A531F STS MATRIX (B-52) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.9.6.1.13.2.8.9.7.9.8.10.1.9. A2. A2.2.3.2. A2. A2.6.9. A2.7.2.2. A2.8.2.3.2. A2. A2.3.4.11.8.2.8. A2. A2.2.2.8.2.9. A2.2.3.2.8.9. A2.3. A2.3.9.2.12.5.8.3. A2.2.13.9. A2.2.1.9.7.1.2.2.9.13.5. A2.4.3.3. A2.8. A2.13.3. A2.1.8.9.

A2. A2.1. A2.2. A2. TASK Maintenance supply concept Ordering parts Aircraft cleaning Corrosion identification Corrosion treatment Lubrication methods Aircraft inspection concepts/types Principles of ground handling Aircraft marshalling Aircraft guarded switches design/function/proper identification Airframe structure Remove/install airframe panels Landing gear system fundamentals Service shock strut Service tire Remove/install wheel and tire assembly Remove/install brake assembly Brake bleeding Oxygen system fundamentals Bleed air system fundamentals Pressurization system fundamentals Air condition system fundamentals Fire/overheat warning system fundamentals Flight control system fundamentals Flight control component identification Operate flight controls Hydraulic system fundamentals Service hydraulic system reservoir Service hydraulic system accumulator Engine system fundamentals Identify engine components Oil system servicing Fuel system fundamentals Operate fuel system AC electrical system fundamentals DC electrical system fundamentals Purpose and description of maintenance platforms Perform pre-use inspection of maintenance platforms Operate maintenance platforms Phase 1 A A A A A A A A b A A 1b A 1b 1b 1b 1b A A A A A A A A 1b A b b A A A A b A A A 2b 2b Phase2 - 238 (Attachment 17) . A2. A2. A2. A2.1.13.5.1. A2.18.3.12. A2.6. A2.2.3.13.1.20.2.12.10.11.13.4.3.4. A2.4.14. A2.14. A2.11.11. A2. A2.3. A2. A2.1.16. A2.20.2.2.4. A. A2.1.2.1.1.17. A2. A2.2.14.1.3. A2.2.1.16.16.2. A2. A2. A2.3.17.10.13.4. A2.3.1.7.11.4.1.12.11.1. A2.2.3. A2.18.13. A2. A2.1. A2. A2.1.11.2.19.5.1.19.1.1.2. A2.4.17. A2.6.20.2.11.1.2.15.1.15.14.1.1.1.15.2.11. A2.13.1.1.14.2A531F STS MATRIX (B-52) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2. A2.

1.20.9.20.1. A2.20.20. A5.2.1.10. A2.8.1.10.1. A2.1. A5.3. A2.13.1.10.10.1. A2. A5.4.5.1.1. A5. A2.3. TASK Purpose and description of aircraft jacks Perform pre-use inspection of aircraft jacks Operate aircraft jacks Purpose and description of liquid oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of gaseous oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of ground heaters Purpose and description of lighting equipment Purpose and description of hydraulic test stands Purpose and description of air conditioning units Purpose and description of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/ compressor Operate A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Purpose and description of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Operate A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Purpose and description of diesel driven generators Perform pre-use inspection of diesel driven generators Operate diesel driven generators Purpose and description of self-generating nitrogen equipment Perform pre-use inspection of self-generating nitrogen equipment Operate self-generating nitrogen equipment Purpose and description of oil servicing carts Purpose and description of hydraulic servicing carts Phase inspection concept Perform preflight inspection Perform basic postflight inspection Perform thruflight inspection Perform hourly postflight inspection Identify/use B-52 TOs Use interphone Aircraft launch Aircraft recover Towing Tow team member Connect/Disconnect tow bar Jacking Axle jacking Weight and balance functions Airframe components and structure Phase 1 A 2b 2b A A A A A A A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A Phase2 A 1b 1b 1b 1b 2b 2b A A A A 2b A 1b A A 239 (Attachment 17) . A2.20.4. A2.20.1.17.20.3.1.1. A5.1. A5.1.4.1.1.7.20.2A531F STS MATRIX (B-52) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.20.20.1.1.2.10.2.2.2.1.20.3. A2. A2.2.1.20.1.1.20.4.2.16.20.4.1.20.2. A2.1.3.4.2.1.2.20. A2.7.1. A2. A2.1.2.3.20.3.2.4. A5. A2.6.1.1.2.1.4.2.10.1.1.4.20.13.1.20. A5.3. A2. A5.3.4.6. A5.2.3.10.20.1.4. A5.1.1.10.2.1.1. A2. A2. A5. A2. A5.10.2. A5.2. A2.1.3.1.2.2.3. A2.1. A2.3. A5.4.20.1.20.20. A5.13.1.2.2.

A5. A5.8.3. A5.2.2.3. A5.5.2.3.2.5.2.1. TASK Operate entry door/hatch Operate bomb bay door Operate emergency doors/hatches Remove/Install Afterbody Cowling Remove/Install Wrap Cowling Remove/install panels Serviceability of aircraft windows Open/close Afterbody cowling Open/close radomes Landing gear components and system operation Operate brakes Remove/install wheel and tire assemblies Determine serviceability of aircraft tires Inflate/deflate MLG struts Inflate/deflate MLG tires Utility components and system operation Service oxygen system Flight control components and system operation Operate spoilers Operate elevators Operate rudder Operate flaps Operate horizontal stabilizer Operate Air Brakes Hydraulic components and system operation Service hydraulic reservoir Service hydraulic accumulator Partial drain hydraulic reservoir Electrically operated pump Perform leakage check Engine components and system operation Service oil system Service constant speed drive Remove/install starter cartridge Take engine oil sample Fuel components and system operation Refuel team member Refuel Team panel operator Filler neck refuel Phase 1 Phase 2 2b A 1b 2b/b 2b/b 2b A 2b/b A A 2b 1b 2b 2b 2b A 1b A 2b 2b a 2b 2b 2b A 2b 2b 2b 2b a A 2b/b 2b/b 2b/b 2b A a a a 240 (Attachment 17) .8. A5. A5.1.2. A5.2. A5.4.2A531F STS MATRIX (B-52) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A5.1.2. A5.1.2.2.3.3.2.1.4.3.2.3.4.6.2.4.2.1.2.1.3.2. A5.1.3.5.4.3.2.3.3.1. A5.6. A5.2. A5.6.6.1.8.1.6.4. A5. A5.1.2.3.7.4. A5.3. A5. A5.7. A5.2.6. A5.6.2. A5.7.5. A5.2.7.1.2.1.1.8.1. A5. A5. A5.2.2. A5.5. A5.8.1.1.2.3.3. A5.2.1.1.1. A5.2. A5. A5.1.2. A5.2.2.2. A5.1.1.2.1.7.1.5.7.8. A5.2.5.3. A5.2. A5.2.1.3. A5.6.1.8.2. A5.1.5.4.2.

9. A5. A5.4. A5.1. A5. A5. A5.2A531F STS MATRIX (B-52) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A5.1. A5.8.9.4.4.3.3. A5.1.2.9.9. A5.3.3. A5. A5.10.2. A5.10.8. A5.2.3.4.2.1.1.9.6.1. A5.11.11.8.9.10.5. TASK Defuel team member Defuel team panel operator Fuel sump drain Ground transfer fuel Operate IFR doors Electrical components and system operation Operate lighting system Operate indicator warning lights Remove/install batteries Connect/Apply external electrical power Disconnect external electrical power Egress components and system operation Operate seat adjustment Remove/install safety pins Drag chute system components and system operation Remove/install chute assembly Phase 1 Phase 2 a a a a 2b A 2b 2b/b 2b 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 1b 241 (Attachment 17) .6.8. A5.2.8.

2. A2. COURSE NR J3AQR2A531B017A Blocks I thru 3 J3AQR2A531B017A Blocks 4 thru 10 J3ABP2A531B017A* TITLE Aerospace Maintenance Fundamentals Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (C-130) Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (C-130) LOCATION Sheppard AFB.1.2. A2.5.3. column 4A.3.8.3.4.3. A2.2.1.3.2. A2.2.3.3. as identified in attachment 6. A2.3. A2.1.3. A2. A2.3.2. propeller.2. A2.3.2.3. rotor plane of rotation Safety precautions pertaining to radio frequency radiation Safety precautions pertaining to ground handling of aircraft Safety precautions pertaining to hot brakes Safety precautions pertaining to use of tools and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to servicing aircraft systems Safety precautions pertaining to cleaning agents Safety precautions pertaining to solvents Safety precautions pertaining to lubricants Safety precautions pertaining to high pressure gasses Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft explosive equipment Safety precautions pertaining to composite materials Inspect fire extinguisher Position fire extinguisher Operate fire extinguisher Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program Use AF Form 1492 Phase 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 2b b b A A Phase 2 Phase 3 - 242 (Attachment 18) .9. A2. A2. A2.3.10.3. TX Little Rock AFB AR PHASE 1 2 3 *Awards 3-level AFSC Note 3: The use of TOs.3.2.3.3. TASK Progression in career ladder 2A5X1 Duties of AFS 2A5X1 Housekeeping consistent with safety of personnel and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to engine air intake and exhaust Safety precautions pertaining to high intensity sound Safety precautions pertaining to turbine.3.7.11. A.14. A2. tools and hardware. A2.1. STS ELEMENT A2.2. A2.2. to include all applicable safety and inspection requirements. Sheppard AFB.2A531B STS MATRIX (C-130) STS 2A5X1 Note 1: The following matrix defines specific sources for training required to achieve an apprentice (3) skill level appropriate to C-130 aircraft.2.3.3. A2.2. needed to properly perform maintenance are integrated throughout all phases of training to the level of the associated tasks. A2.7.3.12.1.2. TX.13. A2.2.3.2. Training is separated into different phases/locations as indicated below. A2. to this CFETP.3.4.2.3.2.6.1.3. A2. support equipment. The contents of each phase are shown by the proficiency codes listed under the appropriate column headings in the matrix.

2.2. A2. A2.8. A2.3.9.7.5.2.1. A2.2.9.3. A2. A2.2A531B STS MATRIX (C-130) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.5.5.8.1.8.2.4. A2. A2.2. A2. A2.4. A2.4. A2.9.6.8.7.13.1. A2.13.9.1.9.7. A2.3.1.9.8.3.8.5.3.3.8.9. A2.2.8. A2.9. A2.3.4.13.2.9.3. A2.3.2. A2.2.2.1.9.3.1. A2. A2.2.2.8.9.9.9. A2. A2.2.1.3.6.3.6. A2. A2.3. A2. A2.2.6.9.9.3.2.8.8.12.8.6.12. A2.3.4.9.8.9. A2. A2.3. A2. A2. A2.2. A2.9.2.11.2.2.9.8. TASK Hazardous chemicals use Hazardous chemicals disposal Technical order (TO) system Air Force manuals and instructions Use technical orders MDD fundamentals Purpose of aircraft and supporting maintenance records Automated forms Document AFTO Form 781H Document AFTO Form 781A Document AFTO Form 781J Document AFTO Form 781K Document AFTO Form 244/245 Document AFTO Form 350 Purpose IMDS Purpose of Job Data Documentation (JDD) Access JDD Create maintenance event Defer maintenance event Schedule maintenance event Close maintenance event Use IMDS Tool control Purpose of hardware Remove/install common hardware Purpose of electrical connectors Connect/disconnect electrical connectors Purpose of securing devices Install/remove safety wire Install/remove cotter pins Lubricants Sealants Adhesives Cleaning agents Purpose of common hand tools Select and use common hand tools Purpose of measuring tools Select and use ruler Select and use thickness gauge Phase 1 A A A A 1b A A A 1b 1b 1b 1b a 1b A A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b A A 2b A 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A 2b A 2b 2b Phase 2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b Phase 3 - 243 (Attachment 18) . A2.1.8.1. A2.8.8.1.2.8.2.10. A2.2. A2.1.6.8.

17.14. A2.19.2. A2.1. A2.5. A2. A2.4. A2.1.15.3.2.2.13. A2.12.12.4.2. A2.2.1.2A531B STS MATRIX (C-130) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2. A2.2.10. A2.1.15.4.3.5.11. A2.1.13.3.1.1.11.4.11.4. A2.13. A2.11.7.20.12. A2.3.2.18.16. A2. A2.6.11.18.2. A2. A2.3. A2. A2. A2.1. A. A2.1.1.9.14. TASK Select and use torque wrench Maintenance supply concept Ordering parts Aircraft cleaning Corrosion identification Corrosion treatment Lubrication methods Aircraft inspection concepts/types Principles of ground handling Aircraft marshalling Aircraft guarded switches design/function/proper identification Airframe structure Remove/install airframe panels Landing gear system fundamentals Service shock strut Service tire Remove/install wheel and tire assembly Remove/install brake assembly Brake bleeding Oxygen system fundamentals Bleed air system fundamentals Pressurization system fundamentals Air condition system fundamentals Fire/overheat warning system fundamentals Flight control system fundamentals Flight control component identification Operate flight controls Hydraulic system fundamentals Service hydraulic system reservoir Service hydraulic system accumulator Engine system fundamentals Identify engine components Oil system servicing Fuel system fundamentals Operate fuel system AC electrical system fundamentals DC electrical system fundamentals Purpose and description of maintenance platforms Perform pre-use inspection of maintenance platforms Phase 1 2b A A A A A A A A b A A 1b A 1b 1b 1b 1b A A A A A A A A 1b A b b A A A A b A A A 2b Phase 2 Phase 3 - 244 (Attachment 18) .16.1.1.14.1.14.10.15. A2.11. A2. A2.6.1.17.19. A2.1. A2.11.2.1.2.3. A2.2.2. A2.13.13. A2.4.1.2.13.14.1.11.1. A2.2.2.16.17.13. A2. A2.1.1. A2. A2. A2.4.3. A2.1.1.20.5.

1.20.1.2.1.13.2.1. A6.1.10.1.1.20.10. A6.13.20. TASK Operate maintenance platforms Purpose and description of aircraft jacks Perform pre-use inspection of aircraft jacks Operate aircraft jacks Purpose and description of liquid oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of gaseous oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of ground heaters Purpose and description of lighting equipment Purpose and description of hydraulic test stands Purpose and description of air conditioning units Purpose and description of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/ compressor Operate A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Purpose and description of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Operate A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Purpose and description of diesel driven generators Perform pre-use inspection of diesel driven generators Operate diesel driven generators Purpose and description of self-generating nitrogen equipment Perform pre-use inspection of self-generating nitrogen equipment Operate self-generating nitrogen equipment Purpose and description of oil servicing carts Purpose and description of hydraulic servicing carts Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft containing ammunition/explosives Use standard and technical publications Maintain aircraft AFTO 781 series forms/supporting records Isochronal inspection concept Inspection principles Perform preflight inspection Perform thruflight inspection Perform basic postflight inspection Operate UHF radio Operate interphone Recover aircraft Moor aircraft Perform as brake operator during tow Perform as hand pump operator during tow Perform as wing walker during tow Phase 1 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A A A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A Phase 2 B 2b 2b B B 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b b 2b 1b 1b 1b Phase 3 3c 3c 3c 2b 3c 3c 3c 245 (Attachment 18) .2. A2.10.4.20.1.1.1.20.3.20.10.13.1.1.1.1.1.17.3. A2.3.3.3. A2.1. A2.8.20. A2.1.1.1. A2.2. A6.4. A2.1.20. A6. A2.2A531B STS MATRIX (C-130) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.20. A6.1.20.20.5.6.3. A6.2.5.4.10. A2. A2.20.1. A2.6.3.20.20. A2. A2.6.1.10.4.2.3.3.1.16.1. A2. A2.6.1.2. A2.1. A6.20.1. A6.20. A2.1.1.2.4.6.1.1.20.3.6.1.20.10.2.1.1.20.2.3.9.20.20.2. A2.2.1.2. A2.3. A2.3.6.1.1.20. A6.4.1. A6. A6.10.4. A6.1. A6.20.1.3.1. A6.3..1.20.10. A2.2. A2.2. A2.2.3.6.7.6. A6.3.1.

A6.9. A6. A6.2.2.2. A6.3.1.2.1.2.1.4.10.3.2.4.1.4.2.4. A6.1. A6.1.5.2. A6.6. A6.2. A6.4.9.1.5.2. A6.6.2. A6.4.7.6.16.2. A6.2. A6. A6.1.4.2.2.3. A6. TASK Perform as tail walker during tow Axle jack nose landing gear Axle jack main landing gear Perform 15 day flap track lube Airframe components and structure Principles of crew door operation Principles of aft cargo door and ramp operation Principles of paratroop door operation Operate aft cargo door using aux hyd sys electrically driven pump Operate cargo ramp using aux hyd sys electrically driven pump Operate aft cargo door using aux hyd sys hand pump Operate cargo ramp using aux hyd sys hand pump Operate paratroop doors Operate crew door Remove and install access panels Remove and install side emergency exit doors Remove and install forward and aft top emergency exit doors Remove and install nacelle access doors Landing gear components and system operation Service tires Service shock strut (alternate method) Determine serviceability of tires Remove and install NLG wheel and tire assembly Remove and install MLG wheel and tire assembly Remove and install brake assembly Bleed brake system Bleed air system components and system operation Wing overheat warning system components and system operation Air conditioning system components and system operation Anti-ice/de-ice system components and system operation Fire/overheat detection/warning system components and system operation Fire extinguishing system components and system operation Oxygen system components and system operation Air Turbine Motor (ATM) components and system operation Operate bleed air system Operate fire/overheat warning system Operate ATM Operate APU generator Service oxygen system Phase 1 Phase 2 1b 3c 3c 2b B B B B 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b B 3c 2b 2b 3c 3c 1b 1b B B B B B B B B 2b 2b 2b b 2b Phase 3 3c 3c 246 (Attachment 18) .3. A6.3.4.3. A6. A6. A6.4.2.4.3.5.1. A6.1.3.3. A6.17.3.2. A6.5.2.5. A6.2.8.1 A6.1. A6.3.9.3.1.1.2.4.2. A6. A6.7. A6.4.4.2.2.1.2. A6.1.1.4.2A531B STS MATRIX (C-130) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A6.4.1.3. A6.3.3.3.5. A6.4.6.3.1.2.4.11. A6. A6.4.2.6.4.3. A6.2. A6.3.6.1.1.2. A6.1.7.4.3. A6.6.10.3.1. A6.

A6.5.9. A6.3.5.2.2.7. A6.10. A6. A6.1.4.2. A6. TASK Aileron system components and system operation Operate aileron system Rudder system components and system operation Operate rudder system Elevator system components and system operation Operate elevator system Flap system components and system operation Operate flap system Hydraulic system components and system operation Service hydraulic reservoir Service hydraulic accumulator Operate auxiliary hydraulic system Power plant components and system operation APU components and system operation GTC components and system operation Operate APU Operate Gas Turbine Compressor (GTC) Service engine oil system Service APU oil tank Service GTC oil tank Service engine starter Propeller components and system operation Service propeller Fuel system components and system operation Perform as single point refueling panel operator (refuel) Perform as single point refueling panel operator (defuel) Perform as flight station panel operator (defuel) Perform ground fuel transfer Electrical system components and system operation Connect and disconnect external electrical power Perform operational check of lighting system Remove and install airplane and SCNS batteries Phase 1 Phase 2 B 2b B 2b B 2b B 2b B 2b 2b 2b B B B b 2b 2b b 2b 2b B 3c B 1b b b 2b B 3c 2b 2b Phase 3 2b - 247 (Attachment 18) .2. A6.2. A6.1.6. A6.8.6.2.2. A6.4. A6.1.5.4.2.7.9.2. A6.5.2.4.2.1.8.10.2.1.3. A6. A6.2. A6. A6.1.2A531B STS MATRIX (C-130) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A6.5.7. A6.7. A6.6.2. A6.2.4. A6. A6.3.1.9. A6.3.3.9.2.4.10.3.5.5.7.9. A6.1. A6.5. A6. A6.3.2.2. A6.7.3.2.5.1.6.7.2.7. A6.2.1. A6.1.10.7. A6.5.1.2.5. A6.1.1.5.1.1.2.

3.3. Training is separated into different phases/locations as indicated below. needed to properly perform maintenance are integrated throughout all phases of training to the level of the associated tasks. tools and hardware. A2.3.3. A2.4. A.11.3.2. A2.3.3.1. A2.2. A2.2. TX. support equipment.3. A2. A2. A2. A2. rotor plane of rotation Safety precautions pertaining to radio frequency radiation Safety precautions pertaining to ground handling of aircraft Safety precautions pertaining to hot brakes Safety precautions pertaining to use of tools and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to servicing aircraft systems Safety precautions pertaining to cleaning agents Safety precautions pertaining to solvents Safety precautions pertaining to lubricants Safety precautions pertaining to high pressure gasses Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft explosive equipment Safety precautions pertaining to composite materials Inspect fire extinguisher Position fire extinguisher Operate fire extinguisher Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program Use AF Form 1492 Hazardous chemicals use Hazardous chemicals disposal Phase 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 2b b b A A A A Phase 2 - TITLE Aerospace Maintenance Fundamentals Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (C-135) LOCATION Sheppard AFB.3.1. A2. A2.1. Sheppard AFB.3.3.6.1. A2.6.7.2.12. column 4A. A2.2. propeller.3.2. A2. A2.3.1.2.2.2.3.4.3. STS ELEMENT A2.2A531G STS MATRIX (C-135) STS 2A5X1 Note 1: The following matrix defines specific sources for training required to achieve an apprentice (3) skill level appropriate to C-135 aircraft. to include all applicable safety and inspection requirements.3.3.13. TASK Progression in career ladder 2A5X1 Duties of AFS 2A5X1 Housekeeping consistent with safety of personnel and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to engine air intake and exhaust Safety precautions pertaining to high intensity sound Safety precautions pertaining to turbine. TX PHASE 1 2 248 (Attachment 19) . to this CFETP.2.3.3.3. as identified in attachment 8.3. COURSE NR J3ABR2A531G018A Blocks I thru 3 J3ABR2A531G018A Blocks 4 thru 6 *Awards 3-level AFSC Note 2: The use of TOs.9. A2.1.5. A2.2.2. A2.2. A2.2. A2. A2.2.2.3.14.2. A2.2.8. The contents of each phase are shown by the proficiency codes listed under the appropriate column headings in the matrix.3.2.3.3.10.7.3.6.1.3.

A2. A2.2.8.3. A2.9.8.9.9.1. A2.9.10.2.9.2. A2. A2.3.2.8.9.2.6.2.1. A2.10.9.4.3.13. A2.2. A2. A2.9.2.4. A2.9.2.8.4.1.2.13.6. A2. A2.7.9.7.5.3. A2.8.5. A2.3. A2.9. A2.1.8.3. A2.11.1.9.12.2.5.9.1.2.13. A2.9. A2.1.3.5. A2.3. A2. A2.2. A2.8.1.1.6.2A531G STS MATRIX (C-135) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2. A2. TASK Technical order (TO) system Air Force manuals and instructions Use technical orders MDD fundamentals Purpose of aircraft and supporting maintenance records Automated forms Document AFTO Form 781H Document AFTO Form 781A Document AFTO Form 781J Document AFTO Form 781K Document AFTO Form 244/245 Document AFTO Form 350 Purpose IMDS Purpose of Job Data Documentation (JDD) Access JDD Create maintenance event Defer maintenance event Schedule maintenance event Close maintenance event Use IMDS Tool control Purpose of hardware Remove/install common hardware Purpose of electrical connectors Connect/disconnect electrical connectors Purpose of securing devices Install/remove safety wire Install/remove cotter pins Lubricants Sealants Adhesives Cleaning agents Purpose of common hand tools Select and use common hand tools Purpose of measuring tools Select and use ruler Select and use thickness gauge Select and use torque wrench Maintenance supply concept Phase 1 A A 1b A A A 1b 1b 1b 1b a 1b A A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b A A 2b A 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A 2b A 2b 2b 2b A Phase2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - 249 (Attachment 19) .2. A2.8. A2.3. A2. A2.5.9.2.9.8.8.9. A2.8.6.2.1. A2.2.8.8.2.12.8.2. A2.7. A2.8.9. A2.3.8. A2. A2.9.4.3.3. A2.2.2.13.1.2.9.3.3.8.8.4.8. A2.1.

A2. A2.1.20.1.13.3.14.1.11.12. A2.20. A2.16. A2.2.1.19.15.17. A2.5.14.12.2.13. A2. A2. A2. A2.2.1. A2. A2.13.1.3.4.18. A2.1.2A531G STS MATRIX (C-135) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2. A2. A2.2.1. A2.3.1.10.18. A2. A2.2. A2.11. A2.3.11.2.1.3.1. A2.4. A2.1.2.2.2.2. A2.1. A2.13. A2.16.2.11.1.17.4.1.1.7.20.1.4.3.14. A2.2.4.15.19.2.1.3.1.17.12.1.5. A2.11. A2.4.11. A2.13.14.1.11. A2.4. TASK Ordering parts Aircraft cleaning Corrosion identification Corrosion treatment Lubrication methods Aircraft inspection concepts/types Principles of ground handling Aircraft marshalling Aircraft guarded switches design/function/proper identification Airframe structure Remove/install airframe panels Landing gear system fundamentals Service shock strut Service tire Remove/install wheel and tire assembly Remove/install brake assembly Brake bleeding Oxygen system fundamentals Bleed air system fundamentals Pressurization system fundamentals Air condition system fundamentals Fire/overheat warning system fundamentals Flight control system fundamentals Flight control component identification Operate flight controls Hydraulic system fundamentals Service hydraulic system reservoir Service hydraulic system accumulator Engine system fundamentals Identify engine components Oil system servicing Fuel system fundamentals Operate fuel system AC electrical system fundamentals DC electrical system fundamentals Purpose and description of maintenance platforms Perform pre-use inspection of maintenance platforms Operate maintenance platforms Purpose and description of aircraft jacks Phase 1 A A A A A A A b A A 1b A 1b 1b 1b 1b A A A A A A A A 1b A b b A A A A b A A A 2b 2b A Phase2 - 250 (Attachment 19) .20.6. A.2. A2. A2. A2.6. A2. A2.1.1.2.3.1.1.13.16.15.2. A2. A2.14.11.

20.1. A2.1.20.1. A8. A8.2.1.1.4.1.2.2. A8.5.3.1.2.20.1.1.1.13.1.1.20. A2. A2.1.1. A8.4.1.3.2.10. A8. A8.1.3.10.3.1.2.4.4.2.7.5.1.17.16. A8.3.1. A8.6.1.13. A2.1.1. A2.20. A8.4.1.3.20.10.20.10. A2.20. A2.3. A2. A2.1.13.3. A8.2.10. A2.10.1.1.3.20.1.8. A2. A2.10.1.1.1. A2.1.20.20.5.2.20. A2.2.20.2.2.20.2.20.3.2. A8.1.9.10. A8. A2. TASK Perform pre-use inspection of aircraft jacks Operate aircraft jacks Purpose and description of liquid oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of gaseous oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of ground heaters Purpose and description of lighting equipment Purpose and description of hydraulic test stands Purpose and description of air conditioning units Purpose and description of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/ compressor Operate A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Purpose and description of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Operate A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Purpose and description of diesel driven generators Perform pre-use inspection of diesel driven generators Operate diesel driven generators Purpose and description of self-generating nitrogen equipment Perform pre-use inspection of self-generating nitrogen equipment Operate self-generating nitrogen equipment Purpose and description of oil servicing carts Purpose and description of hydraulic servicing carts Periodic/Isochronal inspection concept Perform preflight inspections Perform Thruflight Inspection Perform Pre-Launch Inspection (PLI) Perform Home Station Check/Hourly Postflight Use interphone Aircraft launch Call flight controls Aircraft recovery Perform duties as Wing/tail walker Perform duties as Brake operator Axle jacking Compute center of gravity Install/remove landing gear ground safety devices Install/remove landing gear doors ground safety devices Ground aircraft Airframe components and structure Phase 1 2b 2b A A A A A A A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A Phase2 A 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b/a b 2b b b b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b A 251 (Attachment 19) .3.1.6. A8.3.3.2.1.1.2A531G STS MATRIX (C-135) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.20.5.20. A2.1.1.2.10.3. A2. A2.2.2.2. A8.2.20.3.3.20.20.2.1. A8. A2.20. A8.1.1.1.5.1.1. A2. A8. A2.20.1.

1.2. A8. A8.1.2.3.1.3.3.3.7.1.9.4.2.3.2.1.1.5.2. A8.2.4.2.4. A8.2. A8. A8. A8.2. A8.6. A8.6.3. A8. A8.4.5.5. A8. A8.3. A8. A8.3.3.2.5.2A531G STS MATRIX (C-135) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A8.3.3.2.3.5.1.4.3.2.2.3.3.5.3. A8.3. A8.3.1.4.2.2.4.1. A8.3.2.2.1. A8.5. A8.5. A8. A8.5.7.6. A8. A8. A8.6.5.1.5. A8. A8. A8.2.3.2. A8.4.2.3.3. A8.3.4. A8. A8. A8.4.6.3.5. A8.1.3.3.3. A8.6.1.2. A8.5.3. A8.5.5.2.4.1.3.2.3.3.3.3.2.3.2.5.6.3.8.1.1. TASK Operate crew entry door Operate cargo door Operate emergency exit hatch Operate wheel well doors Open and close cowling (F-108) Remove and install cowling (TF-33) Use C-135 aircraft technical orders Landing gear components and system operation Operate brakes Service snubber Service centering cylinder Deflate landing gear struts Fill landing gear struts Inflate landing gear struts Service tires Remove and install Nose wheel and tire assemblies Remove and install Main wheel and tire assemblies Remove and install anti-skid transducer Remove and install steel brake assemblies Bleed brake assembly (steel) Determine serviceability of aircraft tires Inspect landing gear system Utility components and system operation Service Gaseous oxygen Drain ACM Service ACM Flight control components and system operation Operate aileron system Operate rudder system Operate elevator system Operate spoiler/speed brake system Operate stabilizer trim system Operate flap system Hydraulic components and system operation Service reservoir Service accumulator Inspect major hydraulic system components Operate non-engine driven hydraulic pump Engine and APU components and system operation Phase 1 Phase 2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b/b 1b 2b A 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b A 2b b b A 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b A 2b 2b 2b 2b A 252 (Attachment 19) . A8.

A8.7.2.7.1.7. A8.8.8.8.2.7. A8. A8. A8.8.3.4. A8.9.2.2.9. A8. A8.1.2A531G STS MATRIX (C-135) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A8.8.4.3. A8.6.4.8.8.1.1.2.5.2. A8. A8.8.2.8.4.7.8. TASK Service engine oil system Inspect chip detectors Inspect installed engine turbine Inspect installed engine compressor Inspect APU Fuel components and system operation Ground transfer fuel wing tank transfer Refuel team member Refuel team panel operator Defuel team member Defuel team panel operator Inspect boom Install/remove boom sling Drain boom Service boom shock absorber Service boom hoist reservoir Service surge boots Electrical components and system operation Switch guards Perform operational check on lighting system Remove and install batteries Connect/apply and disconnect external electrical power Egress components and system operation Phase 1 Phase2 b b 1b 1b 2b A b b b b b 2b 2b b 2b b 2b A A 2b 2b/b 2b A 253 (Attachment 19) . A8.8. A8. A8.9.7.1.10.6.8.1.9. A8.8.8.1. A8.8. A8.2.8.1.2. A8.3.2. A8.5.9. A8.8.1.8. A8.2.2. A8.5.9.8.3.4.8.

they are multi-identified for student scheduling purposes. WA (TD) PHASE 1 2 *Awards 3-level AFSC Note 2: The use of TOs. A2.2. A2. A2. Training is separated into different phases/locations as indicated below. as identified in attachment 9.7.6.3. A2. A2.4. tools and hardware. A2.3.3.2. A2. COURSE NR J3ATR2A531 048A TITLE LOCATION Aerospace Maintenance Sheppard AFB.3.2. Course J3AQR2A531D007A is the same as Course J3ATR2A531 048A.4. A2.3.3.5.3.1.1.3.3. support equipment.2.3.3.2.2. to include all applicable safety and inspection requirements.2. A2.10.2.3.3. propeller.2.2.3. A2. needed to properly perform maintenance are integrated throughout all phases of training to the level of the associated tasks.2. column 4A.1. A. A2.11.2. to this CFETP. A2.3. Fundamentals (Also identified as J3AQR2A531D007A Aircraft Maintenance Apprentice (C-17) J3ABP2A531D 023* Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (C-17) Charleston AFB.1.3. A2.13. A2. A2.3.8.2.2A531D STS MATRIX (C-17) STS 2A5X1 Note 1: The following matrix defines specific sources for training required to achieve an apprentice (3) skill level appropriate to C-17 aircraft.3.14.1. A2. A2. The contents of each phase are shown by the proficiency codes listed under the appropriate column headings in the matrix. A2.9.3.2. TASK Progression in career ladder 2A5X1 Duties of AFS 2A5X1 Housekeeping consistent with safety of personnel and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to engine air intake and exhaust Safety precautions pertaining to high intensity sound Safety precautions pertaining to turbine.2.1.2. SC (TD) McChord AFB.3. A2.3.2.3. rotor plane of rotation Safety precautions pertaining to radio frequency radiation Safety precautions pertaining to ground handling of aircraft Safety precautions pertaining to hot brakes Safety precautions pertaining to use of tools and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to servicing aircraft systems Safety precautions pertaining to cleaning agents Safety precautions pertaining to solvents Safety precautions pertaining to lubricants Safety precautions pertaining to high pressure gasses Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft explosive equipment Safety precautions pertaining to composite materials Inspect fire extinguisher Position fire extinguisher Operate fire extinguisher Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program Phase 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 2b b b A Phase 2 - 254 (Attachment 20) .2.12. TX.3.3. STS ELEMENT A2.

8.5. A2.3. A2.8.1.8.1. A2.3.8.2.7.3. A2. A2.3.2. A2.1.8.4.3.9.8.2.9.1.2.2A531D STS MATRIX (C-17) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.1.6. A2.9. A2.3. A2. A2. A2. A2. A2.8.9.9.7.2.1.2. A2. A2.2.9. A2.13.4.1. A2.8.2. A2.3.8.4. A2.8.2. A2.6.7.13.3. A2.11.9.2.9. A2. A2. A2.3.3.3. A2.1.8.8.1.2.3.12.8.9.6.9. A2.6.5.1.2.3.3.4.7.2. A2.2.1.8. A2. TASK Use AF Form 1492 Hazardous chemicals use Hazardous chemicals disposal Technical order (TO) system Air Force manuals and instructions Use technical orders MDD fundamentals Purpose of aircraft and supporting maintenance records Automated forms Document AFTO Form 781H Document AFTO Form 781A Document AFTO Form 781J Document AFTO Form 781K Document AFTO Form 244/245 Document AFTO Form 350 Purpose IMDS Purpose of Job Data Documentation (JDD) Access JDD Create maintenance event Defer maintenance event Schedule maintenance event Close maintenance event Use IMDS Tool control Purpose of hardware Remove/install common hardware Purpose of electrical connectors Connect/disconnect electrical connectors Purpose of securing devices Install/remove safety wire Install/remove cotter pins Lubricants Sealants Adhesives Cleaning agents Purpose of common hand tools Select and use common hand tools Purpose of measuring tools Select and use ruler Phase 1 A A A A A 1b A A A 1b 1b 1b 1b a 1b A A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b A A 2b A 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A 2b A 2b Phase2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - 255 (Attachment 20) .9. A2.3.8. A2.2. A2.9.2.5.9.6. A2.8. A2.9.8.9.10.2.2.4.9.5. A2.2.6.1.2.9.8.2.9. A2.2.2.3. A2.8. A2. A2.12.

2.12.1. A2.1. A2.1. A2.13. A2.2.11. A2. A2.2.1.1.11.9.4.4.16.4. A2.1.1. A2.3.13.15.13. A2.5. A2.16.16.3.15.1. A2. A2. A2.1.9.19. A2.2.17.13.18.1.4.11. A2.10. A2.3.5.1.4.6.14.2A531D STS MATRIX (C-17) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2. A2.11.13. A2.15.14.14.10.18.13.17.2.12. A2.2.2. A2. A2.14.2.1.2.1.13. A2. A2.1.2.3. A2.11.12.3.3. A2.4.1.1. A2.17. A2.1.1.2.3.2. TASK Select and use thickness gauge Select and use torque wrench Maintenance supply concept Ordering parts Aircraft cleaning Corrosion identification Corrosion treatment Lubrication methods Aircraft inspection concepts/types Principles of ground handling Aircraft marshalling Aircraft guarded switches design/function/proper identification Airframe structure Remove/install airframe panels Landing gear system fundamentals Service shock strut Service tire Remove/install wheel and tire assembly Remove/install brake assembly Brake bleeding Oxygen system fundamentals Bleed air system fundamentals Pressurization system fundamentals Air condition system fundamentals Fire/overheat warning system fundamentals Flight control system fundamentals Flight control component identification Operate flight controls Hydraulic system fundamentals Service hydraulic system reservoir Service hydraulic system accumulator Engine system fundamentals Identify engine components Oil system servicing Fuel system fundamentals Operate fuel system AC electrical system fundamentals DC electrical system fundamentals Purpose and description of maintenance platforms Phase 1 2b 2b A A A A A A A A b A A 1b A 1b 1b 1b 1b A A A A A A A A 1b A b b A A A A b A A A Phase2 - 256 (Attachment 20) . A2.11. A2.7. A2.11.13.3.1.2.4. A2.1.20. A2.5. A2. A. A2.19. A2. A2. A2.11.1.2.14.6.

1.2.1.3.20. A9.1.1.1.1.20.1. A2.1.20.9. A2.4.2.20. A9.1.20. A9.1. A2.20.20.7.1.3. A2. A2.1.2.20.20.1.20. A9.1.1. A2.3.4.1.20.2. A2. A9.20.16.13.6. A9.1.3. A2.3. A9.17.20.3. A2.2.1.10. A2.1.1.1.1.2.20.20.20.4.2.1.20.1.1.1. A2.8.1.1.1. A9. A2.1.1.2.3.1.20.2.2.10.5. A2.13.10. A2.3.1.1.13.4. TASK Perform pre-use inspection of maintenance platforms Operate maintenance platforms Purpose and description of aircraft jacks Perform pre-use inspection of aircraft jacks Operate aircraft jacks Purpose and description of liquid oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of gaseous oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of ground heaters Purpose and description of lighting equipment Purpose and description of hydraulic test stands Purpose and description of air conditioning units Purpose and description of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/ compressor Operate A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Purpose and description of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Operate A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Purpose and description of diesel driven generators Perform pre-use inspection of diesel driven generators Operate diesel driven generators Purpose and description of self-generating nitrogen equipment Perform pre-use inspection of self-generating nitrogen equipment Operate self-generating nitrogen equipment Purpose and description of oil servicing carts Purpose and description of hydraulic servicing carts Safe for maintenance Safety precautions for statically ground aircraft Safety precautions for remove/install ground safety Safety precautions for danger areas Safety precautions for aircraft containing ammunition/explosives Safety precautions for radar Safety precautions for LAIRCM equipped aircraft Use C-17 technical orders Preflight inspection Operate IRMS Operate COMM Operate Mission Computing System (MCD/MCK) Operate Multi Function display (MFD) Operate Maintenance Monitor Panel (MMP) Phase 1 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A A A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A Phase 2 A 3c 3c A A A A 3c 2b 3c 3c 3c 3c 3c 257 (Attachment 20) . A2. A2.1.1. A9.1.2. A2.10.1.1.20. A9. A9. A2.20.4. A9.1.4.1.1. A2.2A531D STS MATRIX (C-17) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2. A9.10.3.1.10. A2.1.1.1.10.20.1.4.3.10.4.1.3. A2.2.2.2.1. A2.1.1.4.4.20. A9.1.2. A2. A2.20.20.3.20.2.10.

1.3.2.2.5.4.1.2. A9.10.4.3.9. A9.2.1. A9.1.3.3.1.3. A9. TASK Operate interphone for maintenance Launch aircraft Recover aircraft Prepare aircraft for tow Wing/tail walker Brake operator Hand pump operator Integral jacking team member NLG axle jacking Operational checkout cargo winch Service cargo winch Configure aircraft for Aeromedical evacuation Configure aircraft for Logistics Configure aircraft for Troop drop Configure aircraft for Aerial Delivery System (ADS) Configure aircraft for Container Delivery System ADS controller Airframe components and structure Perform operational checkout of Crew entry doors Perform operational checkout of Troop doors Open/close from aft loadmaster panel Fuselage/wing access entry/exit Under floor maintenance tunnels entry/exit Vertical stabilizer entry/exit Horizontal stabilizer entry/exit Emergency doors Landing gear component and system operation Service MLG shock strut nitrogen Service NLG shock strut nitrogen Service NLG tires Determine serviceability of aircraft tires Service brake accumulator Remove/install main wheel and tire assemblies Remove/install brake assemblies Determine serviceability of aircraft brakes Remove/install nose wheel and tire assemblies Remove/install brake compensating link Bleed brake system Disconnect/connect NLG torque arms Phase 1 Phase2 3c 2b 2b 3c 2b 2b 3c 2b 2b 3c 3c 3c 3c 3c 3c 3c 3c A 3c 3c 2b 3c 3c 3c 2b 3c A 3c 3c 3c A 3c 2b 2b A 2b 2b 2b 3c 258 (Attachment 20) .1. A9. A9.9. A9.6.6.3.4. A9.3.2.5.5. A9.1.2.1.3.7.1.1.2. A9.3.3.3.6. A9.5.4. A9.1.5. A9.3.2A531D STS MATRIX (C-17) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A9. A9.1. A9.1.2. A9.1.3.1.2.3. A9. A9.3.1.1.5.1.3.3.1.5.2.2.3.6.9.2.1. A9.2. A9.2.4. A9.2. A9.3.3.3.2. A9.3.3. A9.5.1.9.5.1.9.2.5.1.3.5.1. A9.3.2.3.5. A9.6.3.1.6.1.3.5.1.2. A9. A9.4.4.3.1.4.2.5.1.1. A9.5.7. A9. A9. A9.2.3.3. A9.3.2. A9. A9.3. A9.6.3.2. A9. A9.2.1.

A9.4.2. A9.6. A9.1. A9. and system operation Ram air turbine Service reservoir Service bleed reservoir Operate auxiliary hydraulic pump Engine and APU components and system operation Operate APU Service engine oil system Service integrated drive generator Service APU oil system Open and close trust/fan reverser duct assembly Open and close APU access door Open and close engine accessory doors Hydraulically deploy/stow thrust reversers Fuel system components and system operation Refuel fuel panel operator Defuel fuel panel operator Ground transfer fuel from overhead fuel panel Ground transfer fuel from ground refueling control panel Electrical system components and operation Remove/install main batteries Perform operational check on batteries Connect/disconnect external electrical power Phase 1 Phase2 A A A A A A A A A A A 2b A 3c 3c 3c A A 3c 3c 3c A 2b 3c 3c 3c 2b 3c 3c 3c A 2b 2b 2b 2b A 3c 3c 3c 259 (Attachment 20) .8.1.3.1.4.5.3.6.5. A9.10.1.4.4.1.7.7.1. A9.7. A9. A9.6.2.1.3.4. A9. A9.3.1.2.11.1. A9.4.6.1. A9.3.5. A9.9.4.1.8.4.7.1. A9.9.1. A9.6.8. A9.4. A9.7.2.4.5. A9.10.4. A9.8.4.4.6.8.4.9.9.1.6.3.4.7.1. A9.2.2. A9.5. A9.2.4.1.1. A9. TASK Bleed air system Manifold failure warning system Air conditioning system Pressurization system Anti-ice/de-ice system Rain removal/windshield wiper system Fire/overheat warning system Fire extinguisher system Smoke detection system Water and waste system Onboard Inert Gas Generating System (OBIGGS) Liquid oxygen Flight control fundamentals.8.9.8.6.2. A9.1. A9. A9.4.1.1. components. A9.2.2. A9.5.1.4.6.4.3.4. A9.7.7. A9.7.1.4.7. and system operation Operate slats Operate flaps Operate horizontal stabilizer Hydraulic system fundamentals components. A9. A9.4. A9. A9.2. A9.1.5.1. A9.2A531D STS MATRIX (C-17) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A9. A9.3.11. A9.5.

2A531D STS MATRIX (C-17) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A9. A9. TASK Egress components and system operation FEDS awareness Phase 1 Phase2 A A 260 (Attachment 20) .10.10.1.5.

2.3.3.2. A.3. MD PHASE 1 2 *Awards 3-level AFSC Note 2: The use of TOs. A2.3. The contents of each phase are shown by the proficiency codes listed under the appropriate column headings in the matrix. TX.2. A2.1. A2.14. COURSE NR J3ATR2A531 048A TITLE LOCATION Aerospace Maintenance Sheppard AFB.13.2.3.3.3. A2.2.1.3.3.1. Aircraft maintenance Apprentice (C-5) J3ABP2A531C 000* Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (C-5) Dover AFB. STS ELEMENT A2.2. A2.11. propeller. A2.3.1. support equipment. they are multi-identified for student scheduling purposes. A2.2.12. A2. A2. to include all applicable safety and inspection requirements.1. A2.5.10.4.7.2. Fundamentals (Also identified as J3AQR2A531C004A.8.3.3. A2.2.3.3. A2.2. needed to properly perform maintenance are integrated throughout all phases of training to the level of the associated tasks.4.3.2. Training is separated into different phases/locations as indicated below.2.3.2.3.3. column 4A.3.2.3. A2. to this CFETP. tools and hardware. TASK Progression in career ladder 2A5X1 Duties of AFS 2A5X1 Housekeeping consistent with safety of personnel and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to engine air intake and exhaust Safety precautions pertaining to high intensity sound Safety precautions pertaining to turbine.6.2. A2.2A531C STS MATRIX (C-5) STS 2A5X1 Note 1: The following matrix defines specific sources for training required to achieve an apprentice (3) skill level appropriate to C-5 aircraft. as identified in attachment 10. A2. A2. rotor plane of rotation Safety precautions pertaining to radio frequency radiation Safety precautions pertaining to ground handling of aircraft Safety precautions pertaining to hot brakes Safety precautions pertaining to use of tools and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to servicing aircraft systems Safety precautions pertaining to cleaning agents Safety precautions pertaining to solvents Safety precautions pertaining to lubricants Safety precautions pertaining to high pressure gasses Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft explosive equipment Safety precautions pertaining to composite materials Inspect fire extinguisher Position fire extinguisher Operate fire extinguisher Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program Phase 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 2b b b A Phase 2 - 261 (Attachment 21) .1. Course J3AQR2A531C004A is the same as course J3ATR2A531 048A.9.2.3.2.3.2.3. A2.3. A2. A2.

8. A2.8.2.9.1. A2. A2.10.1.12.2.4.13.8.8.2. A2. A2.9.4. A2.2.2.9.8. A2. A2.8.6.3.2.12.2.5.1.4. A2.8. A2.9.8.2. A2. A2. A2. A2.7.2.8.7.8.6.2.8.2.2.3. A2. A2. TASK Use AF Form 1492 Hazardous chemicals use Hazardous chemicals disposal Technical order (TO) system Air Force manuals and instructions Use technical orders MDD fundamentals Purpose of aircraft and supporting maintenance records Automated forms Document AFTO Form 781H Document AFTO Form 781A Document AFTO Form 781J Document AFTO Form 781K Document AFTO Form 244/245 Document AFTO Form 350 Purpose IMDS Purpose of Job Data Documentation (JDD) Access JDD Create maintenance event Defer maintenance event Schedule maintenance event Close maintenance event Use IMDS Tool control Purpose of hardware Remove/install common hardware Purpose of electrical connectors Connect/disconnect electrical connectors Purpose of securing devices Install/remove safety wire Install/remove cotter pins Lubricants Sealants Adhesives Cleaning agents Purpose of common hand tools Select and use common hand tools Purpose of measuring tools Select and use ruler Phase 1 A A A A A 1b A A A 1b 1b 1b 1b a 1b A A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b A A 2b A 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A 2b A 2b Phase2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - 262 (Attachment 21) .3.9.2. A2. A2. A2. A2.9. A2.5.1.1.1.9. A2.9.8.13.3. A2.3. A2.8. A2. A2.6. A2. A2. A2.9.2.3.8.3.8.3.1.2.9.1. A2.7.8.9.2A531C STS MATRIX (C-5) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.8.8.6.6.9.11.2.1.9.3.2. A2.9.2. A2.9.7.2.6.4. A2.1.9. A2.1. A2.4.3.5.3.9.8.9.2.3.3.2.2. A2.3. A2.5.3.1.2.3. A2.

1.14.13.2. A2.11. A2. A2.13.12.1.4.4.2. A2. A2.3.2.1. A2.14.1.14. A2.1.7.3.13.11.5. A2.3. A.16.2.12.2. A2.1.19.4.11.9.13.13. A2.3.16.2.2.13. A2.2A531C STS MATRIX (C-5) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.10.2.1. A2.4.1.1.15.4.6.12.1. A2. A2.17.16.14.4. A2.2.2.13.11.3.2.2.5. A2.11. A2.1. A2.3.5.11. A2. A2.1.15.11.19. A2.6.2.3. A2.18. A2.17. A2. A2. A2.1.14.3. A2.13.4.1. TASK Select and use thickness gauge Select and use torque wrench Maintenance supply concept Ordering parts Aircraft cleaning Corrosion identification Corrosion treatment Lubrication methods Aircraft inspection concepts/types Principles of ground handling Aircraft marshalling Aircraft guarded switches design/function/proper identification Airframe structure Remove/install airframe panels Landing gear system fundamentals Service shock strut Service tire Remove/install wheel and tire assembly Remove/install brake assembly Brake bleeding Oxygen system fundamentals Bleed air system fundamentals Pressurization system fundamentals Air condition system fundamentals Fire/overheat warning system fundamentals Flight control system fundamentals Flight control component identification Operate flight controls Hydraulic system fundamentals Service hydraulic system reservoir Service hydraulic system accumulator Engine system fundamentals Identify engine components Oil system servicing Fuel system fundamentals Operate fuel system AC electrical system fundamentals DC electrical system fundamentals Purpose and description of maintenance platforms Phase 1 2b 2b A A A A A A A A b A A 1b A 1b 1b 1b 1b A A A A A A A A 1b A b b A A A A b A A A Phase2 - 263 (Attachment 21) .1. A2.15. A2.1. A2.20. A2. A2. A2.1.1.2.1.1.17. A2.11. A2. A2. A2.1.9.18.10.

A2.10.3.20.20.1.1. A2.20.1.20.20. A2.20.4.1.1.10. A10.2.1.1.20.1.13. A10.3.1.20. A2.20.5.4.1.13. A2.1.1. A10.2A531C STS MATRIX (C-5) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.5.2.4.1.20.10.2.1.1.2.1.2.10.2.20.17.10. A2.1. A2.1.20.20.20. A2. A10.13.1.3. A10.3.2. A2.2.20. A2.20.1. A10.10.20.1.3. A2.20. A2.2.1. A2.1.20.1.5.6.3.2.4.2. TASK Perform pre-use inspection of maintenance platforms Operate maintenance platforms Purpose and description of aircraft jacks Perform pre-use inspection of aircraft jacks Operate aircraft jacks Purpose and description of liquid oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of gaseous oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of ground heaters Purpose and description of lighting equipment Purpose and description of hydraulic test stands Purpose and description of air conditioning units Purpose and description of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/ compressor Operate A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Purpose and description of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Operate A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Purpose and description of diesel driven generators Perform pre-use inspection of diesel driven generators Operate diesel driven generators Purpose and description of self-generating nitrogen equipment Perform pre-use inspection of self-generating nitrogen equipment Operate self-generating nitrogen equipment Purpose and description of oil servicing carts Purpose and description of hydraulic servicing carts Safety precautions pertaining to high intensity sound Safety precautions pertaining to good housekeeping Safety precautions pertaining to danger areas Inspect and position ground fire extinguishers FOD prevention Use technical orders Isochronal inspection concept Perform preflight inspection Perform basic post flight inspection Operate UHF Operate VHF Operate interphone system Launch aircraft Recover aircraft Phase 1 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A A A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A Phase 2 B B B 2b B 2b B 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b b b 264 (Attachment 21) .20.1. A2.8.1.3. A2.20.1.1.2. A2.1.3.4.1.2.1.10.20.6.3. A10. A2.6. A2.20. A10.3.2. A10.1.1. A2.3.1.1.3.1.20.2. A2.4.16.9.1. A2.1. A10.1. A10.2.1. A10.2.1.1.7.1. A2.1. A2. A10. A10.3.1.1.1.10.20. A2.10.2.1.

1.2.3. A10.6.2.2.2. A10.6.2.1.3. A10.1.1. A10.3.2A531C STS MATRIX (C-5) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A10.1. A10.1.2.4.2. A10.2. A10.2. A10.2.6. A10. A10.8.1.13. A10.2.2.1. A10. A10.4.6.1. A10.6.4.3. A10.1.4.1.2.4.2.1. A10.5.7.1.6. A10. A10.4. A10.6.4. A10.3. A10.1.12. A10.3.3.3.4.1.3. A10.5.3. A10.1. A10. A10. A10.3.5. A10.2.2.4.4.4.1. A10.3.1. A10.5.4.10.2. A10. A10.11.2.4.3. A10.1.5.6. TASK Select and use restraint harnesses Tow procedures Prepare aircraft for tow Tow brake operator Fuselage Jacking Jacking team member duties Axle jacking Airframe components and structure Principles of operation crew entry door Principles of operation forward cargo door Principles of operation aft cargo door/ramp Principles of operation emergency exits Operate personnel doors Operate crew entry door Operate service doors Remove and install aircraft panels Remove and install cargo floor rollers Open and close escape hatches Landing gear components and system operation Operate brakes Operate individual kneel system Service shock strut Service pitch positioner Service tires Remove and install NLG wheel and tire assemblies Remove and install MLG wheel and tire assembly Determine serviceability of aircraft tires Bleed air system components and system operation Wing overheat warning system components and system operation Air conditioning system components and system operation Anti-ice/de-ice system components and system operation Pressurization system components and system operation Fire/overheat warning system components and system operation Smoke detection system components and system operation Eng /APU fire extinguishing system components and system operation Oxygen system components and system operation Air Turbine Motor (ATM) components and system operation Fire suppression system components and operation Deactivate/reactivate FSS system Phase 1 Phase 2 2b B B 2b B B 2b B B B B B 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b B 2b B 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b B B B B B B B B B B B 2b 265 (Attachment 21) .2.2.5. A10.1. A10.4.5.3.5.7.2. A10.1.2.5.1.6.3.5.2.4.3.3.2.2.3.3.1.4. A10. A10.4.4.6.1.1.4.1.6.1.9.1.

A10.2. A10.3.2.1. A10.7. A10.7.7.4.1.2.2.2.9.6. A10.3. A10.8.1. A10.2.4.1. A10.2.3. A10.3. A10.1.6.6.4.5.1.2. A10.6. A10.9. A10.6.3.3.11.2.8.9. A10.1.5.5.2.2. A10.4. A10.6.3.4.7.7.11. A10.3.9.4.2.3.3.2.6. A10.8.7. A10.2.3. A10.8.4. A10.2.2. TASK Operate bleed air system Test wing overheat warning system Operate air conditioning system Test fire/overheat warning system Operate ATM Service oxygen system Remove/service/reinstall portable oxygen bottles Flight control components and system operation Hydraulic system components and system operation Service reservoir Service accumulator Service ATM Operate ATM driven pump Remove and install hydraulic lines Remove and install hydraulic hoses Remove and install hydraulic fittings Reposition/ retorque hydraulic lines for minor leaks Engine and APU components and operation Operate APU Service engine oil system Service constant speed drive reservoir Service auxiliary power unit Service engine starter Open/close engine cowling Open and close APU access door Thrust reverser components and operation Lockout thrust reverser system Fuel system components and system operation Perform ground transfer of fuel Refuel preparation Refuel team member Defuel preparation Defuel team member Location of in-flight refueling system components and system operation Electrical system components and operation Operate interior/exterior lighting system Operate indicator warning lights Remove and install light lenses Remove and install light bulbs Phase 1 Phase 2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b B B 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b B 2b b b 2b b 2b 2b B 2b B 2b B b B b B B 2b 2b 2b 2b 266 (Attachment 21) . A10.8.9.1.2. A10. A10. A10.6.4. A10.4.4. A10.3.1.7.5.2.1.2. A10.7. A10.4.4.1.1.8.1. A10.7.7.13.7.3.7. A10. A10.2.4. A10.1. A10. A10. A10.6. A10.4.2.7. A10.2.2.2.1.3.2.8.3.2A531C STS MATRIX (C-5) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A10.

5. A10.3. A10.1.2.10.11.9.3. TASK Remove and install battery Connect apply and disconnect external electrical power Egress system components and operation Inspect egress components Inspect and operate liquid oxygen servicing cart Phase 1 Phase 2 b 2b B b 2b 267 (Attachment 21) . A10.9. A10.1.10.2A531C STS MATRIX (C-5) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A10.

5.1.3.3.2A531G STS MATRIX (E-3/E-8) STS 2A5X1 Note 1: The following matrix defines specific sources for training required to achieve an apprentice (3) skill level appropriate to E-3 and E-8 aircraft.3.2.3. A2. Fundamentals (Also identified as J3AQR2A531G022A Aircraft maintenance Apprentice (E-3) J3ABP2A531G 002* Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (E-3/E-8) Tinker AFB.3.2.7. A2. A2.2. rotor plane of rotation Safety precautions pertaining to radio frequency radiation Safety precautions pertaining to ground handling of aircraft Safety precautions pertaining to hot brakes Safety precautions pertaining to use of tools and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to servicing aircraft systems Safety precautions pertaining to cleaning agents Safety precautions pertaining to solvents Safety precautions pertaining to lubricants Safety precautions pertaining to high pressure gasses Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft explosive equipment Safety precautions pertaining to composite materials Inspect fire extinguisher Position fire extinguisher Operate fire extinguisher Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program Phase 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 2b b b A Phase 2 - 268 (Attachment 22) .3.13. to include all applicable safety and inspection requirements. column 4A.10.2.4. tools and hardware. A2.2. A2. A2.2.3.3. A2.3.3.1. support equipment.3. A2. TASK Progression in career ladder 2A5X1 Duties of AFS 2A5X1 Housekeeping consistent with safety of personnel and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to engine air intake and exhaust Safety precautions pertaining to high intensity sound Safety precautions pertaining to turbine.2.2.3.3.2.2. A2. A2. COURSE NR J3ATR2A531 048A TITLE LOCATION Aerospace Maintenance Sheppard AFB. A. A2.4. A2.9.2. as identified in attachment 12. OK (TD) PHASE 1 2 *Awards 3-level AFSC Note 2: The use of TOs. A2.3. The contents of each phase are shown by the proficiency codes listed under the appropriate column headings in the matrix.2.1. A2. needed to properly perform maintenance are integrated throughout all phases of training to the level of the associated tasks.3.11.8. TX.3. they are multi-identified for student scheduling purposes.1. A2. A2. STS ELEMENT A2. Training is separated into different phases/locations as indicated below.3.3.3.3.2.14.2. A2.3.3. A2.3. to this CFETP.2.12. A2.6. propeller.2.2.1.1.3. Course J3AQR2A531G022A is the same as course J3ATR2A531 048A.2.

A2.3. A2. A2.9.4.1.3.2.9.8.2.9. A2.3.9. A2.3.3.3.8. A2.1.2.9.1.1.1.3. A2.6.12.1.12. A2.7.8.8.9. A2.2.4.9.2.13. A2.2A531G STS MATRIX (E-3/E-8) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2. A2.9.1.8. A2. A2.9.5.8.2.6.4.4. A2.8.2.8.2. A2. A2.2.1.2. A2.9.9.3.13.2. A2. A2.9. A2.7.2.7.1.7. A2.2.2.10.3.8. A2.9.9.6.8. A2. A2. A2.9. A2. A2.2.1.8.9.8.2.1.4.2.8. A2.8.6.3.8.2.5.1.6. A2. A2.2.8.8.5.3.3. A2. A2. A2.6.8.2.5. A2.3.2.2. TASK Use AF Form 1492 Hazardous chemicals use Hazardous chemicals disposal Technical order (TO) system Air Force manuals and instructions Use technical orders MDD fundamentals Purpose of aircraft and supporting maintenance records Automated forms Document AFTO Form 781H Document AFTO Form 781A Document AFTO Form 781J Document AFTO Form 781K Document AFTO Form 244/245 Document AFTO Form 350 Purpose IMDS Purpose of Job Data Documentation (JDD) Access JDD Create maintenance event Defer maintenance event Schedule maintenance event Close maintenance event Use IMDS Tool control Purpose of hardware Remove/install common hardware Purpose of electrical connectors Connect/disconnect electrical connectors Purpose of securing devices Install/remove safety wire Install/remove cotter pins Lubricants Sealants Adhesives Cleaning agents Purpose of common hand tools Select and use common hand tools Purpose of measuring tools Select and use ruler Phase 1 A A A A A 1b A A A 1b 1b 1b 1b a 1b A A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b A A 2b A 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A 2b A 2b Phase2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b - 269 (Attachment 22) . A2. A2. A2.3.3.2.11. A2.8.3.9.9.

A2.1.2.20.1. A2. A2. A2.2.1.15.1. A2.2.2.3.2A531G STS MATRIX (E-3/E-8) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.12. A2. A2.2.1.18.11. A2. A2.17.3.11. A2.10. A.16. A2.5.1. A2.10.18.14.14.1.13.1.2. A2.13.1.4.5.1.13.11.2.1. A2.1.4.3. A2.13.13.4.2. A2. A2.1.9. A2. A2.4.4.19.17.4.11.16.3.6.2.13. A2. A2.6. A2. A2.11.19. A2.3.13. A2. A2. A2.11.15.14.1.11.12. A2. A2.2.14. A2.16.3. A2.3. A2.14.3.15.4.2.13.7.1.2.1.1. A2.1. A2. TASK Select and use thickness gauge Select and use torque wrench Maintenance supply concept Ordering parts Aircraft cleaning Corrosion identification Corrosion treatment Lubrication methods Aircraft inspection concepts/types Principles of ground handling Aircraft marshalling Aircraft guarded switches design/function/proper identification Airframe structure Remove/install airframe panels Landing gear system fundamentals Service shock strut Service tire Remove/install wheel and tire assembly Remove/install brake assembly Brake bleeding Oxygen system fundamentals Bleed air system fundamentals Pressurization system fundamentals Air condition system fundamentals Fire/overheat warning system fundamentals Flight control system fundamentals Flight control component identification Operate flight controls Hydraulic system fundamentals Service hydraulic system reservoir Service hydraulic system accumulator Engine system fundamentals Identify engine components Oil system servicing Fuel system fundamentals Operate fuel system AC electrical system fundamentals DC electrical system fundamentals Purpose and description of maintenance platforms Phase 1 2b 2b A A A A A A A A b A A 1b A 1b 1b 1b 1b A A A A A A A A 1b A b b A A A A b A A A Phase2 - 270 (Attachment 22) .2. A2.1. A2.12.11.9.2.5. A2.17.1.1.

13.20. A2.20. A2.20.3. A12. A2.2.2A531G STS MATRIX (E-3/E-8) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.20.1. A2. A2.1.17.3. A2.1.20.2.1.9.1. A12.1.2. A12.20.20.1.1.20.20.1.13.2.2.1. A12.2.2.13. A2.20. A2.2.1.20.2.2.4.3.1.6. A12.1.1.1. A2.4. A2.3.1. A2.1.10. A2.20. A12.20. A12.2.2.2.1. A2.20.1.20.1.2.3. A12.2.1. A2.10. A12.20.8.1.20.2. TASK Perform pre-use inspection of maintenance platforms Operate maintenance platforms Purpose and description of aircraft jacks Perform pre-use inspection of aircraft jacks Operate aircraft jacks Purpose and description of liquid oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of gaseous oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of ground heaters Purpose and description of lighting equipment Purpose and description of hydraulic test stands Purpose and description of air conditioning units Purpose and description of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/ compressor Operate A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Purpose and description of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Operate A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Purpose and description of diesel driven generators Perform pre-use inspection of diesel driven generators Operate diesel driven generators Purpose and description of self-generating nitrogen equipment Perform pre-use inspection of self-generating nitrogen equipment Operate self-generating nitrogen equipment Purpose and description of oil servicing carts Purpose and description of hydraulic servicing carts Isochronal inspection concept Perform combined Preflight/Postflight inspection Perform After-Flight (2A) inspection Perform Before Flight (3B) inspection Use interphone Launch aircraft Recover aircraft Use aircraft TOs Perform as wing/tail walker during tow Perform as brake operator during tow Perform axle jacking Airframe components and structure Operate entry door/hatch Operate emergency door/hatch Phase 1 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A A A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A Phase 2 A 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b A 2b 2b 271 (Attachment 22) .3.10.1.16.10.7. A2.2.2.2. A12.20.1.10.20.1.2.1.1.10.1.1.2.10.20. A12. A2.20.20.3.1.6.3.3.10.10.4. A2.2.1.1.1.1. A2.1.20. A2.1.2.3. A2.2.3.3.3.4.1.1.1. A2. A2.3. A2.1. A12.2.2.1.1.20. A12.3. A12.3.20.1.3. A2.

A12.2.3. A12. A12.2.3.7.6.3.2.4. A12.4.2. A12.8.6. A12.2.4. A12. A12.3. A12.1.3.1. A12.3.3.7.4. A12. A12. A12.3.1. A12.4. A12.1.2.3.3.6. A12. A12. A12.5.3.5.4.5. A12. A12.4.4.1.7.4.5.2.2.7.3.1. A12.1.4.4.4.3.2A531G STS MATRIX (E-3/E-8) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A12.4. A12. TASK Operate wheel well doors Remove and install cowling Remove and install panels Remove and install nonexplosive seats Remove and install life rafts Open and close cowling Inspect crew/passenger comfort facilities Service crew/passenger comfort facilities Landing gear system components Service landing gear struts Service tires Remove and install wheel and tire assemblies Remove and install brake assemblies Bleed brake system Determine serviceability of aircraft tires Inspect landing gear system Utility system components Service oxygen system Inspect bleed air system Inspect air conditioning system Inspect pressurization system Inspect anti-ice/de-ice system Inspect rain removal system Inspect fire/overheat warning system Inspect fire extinguishing system Inspect oxygen system Operate forced air cooling system Flight control system components Operate flight controls Inspect flight controls Hydraulic system components Rotodome system components Service hydraulic reservoir Service hydraulic accumulator Inspect major hydraulic components Operate non-engine driven hydraulic pump Engine and APU system components Operate APU Service engine oil system Phase 1 Phase 2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b A 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b A 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b b A 2b 2b A A 2b 2b 2b 2b A 2b 2b 272 (Attachment 22) .3.3.6. A12.5.4.2.6.2.5. A12.3. A12.2.3.4.6. A12.1. A12. A12.4.2. A12.2.8.3.3.1.1.9.3.4.4.5.4.8.2.2. A12.4.1.2.3.1.7. A12.4. A12.1.4. A12. A12.5. A12.2. A12.3.6. A12.6.5.3. A12.2.3.6.

A12. A12.4. A12.6.7.9.8.7.3.9.6.8.8.1.4.9. A12.1.2.2.1.2.4.2.8. A12.3.8.1. A12.2. A12.8. A12. A12.7.2.8.1. A12.7. A12.9.10. A12. A12. TASK Service APU Take engine oil sample Inspect installed engine turbine Inspect installed engine compressor Inspect APU Fuel system components Perform as refuel team member Perform as refuel team panel operator Perform as defuel team member Perform as defuel team panel operator Inspect fuel system system Inspect IFR system Ground transfer fuel Electrical system components Perform operational check of lighting system Perform operational check of indicator warning lights Remove and install light lenses Remove and install light bulbs Remove and install batteries Inspect electrical components Inspect wiring and connectors Connect/apply/disconnect external electrical power Service integrated drive generator Egress system components Inspect evacuation slides Remove and install evacuation slide Pre-use inspection of ACE 406-322 air conditioner Operate ACE 406-322 air conditioner Pre-use inspection of Tri-Electron power unit Operate Tri-Electron power unit Phase 1 Phase2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b A 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b A 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b A 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 273 (Attachment 22) . A12.11.9.9.3. A12. A12.8. A12.3.1.10.9.2.9.11. A12.2.11. A12.10.1.5.2A531G STS MATRIX (E-3/E-8) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A12.9. A12.9.4.2.7.9.8.1.11. A12.6.3.1.7.1.1.2.4.8.1.3. A12. A12. A12. A12. A12.2.3. A12. A12.2.3.2.2.7.3. A12.

A2.3. A2. A2. needed to properly perform maintenance are integrated throughout all phases of training to the level of the associated tasks.2.4.3.3. A2. A. A2.3.3.13.2. COURSE NR J3AQR2A53H031A Blocks 1 thru 3 J3AQR2A531H031A Block 4 J3ABP2A531H 002* TITLE Aerospace Maintenance Fundamentals Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (KC-10) Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice (KC-10) LOCATION Sheppard AFB.2.9.3.2.2.8. A2.2.3. to this CFETP.3.1.2. NJ (TD) Travis AFB.1.3.7.3.14. A2.12.2. CA (TD) PHASE 1 2 3 *Awards 3-level AFSC Note 2: The use of TOs.3.1.11. A2.2.3.1. rotor plane of rotation Safety precautions pertaining to radio frequency radiation Safety precautions pertaining to ground handling of aircraft Safety precautions pertaining to hot brakes Safety precautions pertaining to use of tools and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to servicing aircraft systems Safety precautions pertaining to cleaning agents Safety precautions pertaining to solvents Safety precautions pertaining to lubricants Safety precautions pertaining to high pressure gasses Safety precautions pertaining to aircraft explosive equipment Safety precautions pertaining to composite materials Inspect fire extinguisher Position fire extinguisher Operate fire extinguisher Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program Use AF Form 1492 Phase 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 2b b b A A Phase 2 Phase 3 - 274 (Attachment 23) .2.3. TASK Progression in career ladder 2A5X1 Duties of AFS 2A5X1 Housekeeping consistent with safety of personnel and equipment Safety precautions pertaining to engine air intake and exhaust Safety precautions pertaining to high intensity sound Safety precautions pertaining to turbine. support equipment.2.5. A2.1. STS ELEMENT A2.3.3. A2.3.2. A2. propeller. TX.3. A2. tools and hardware. A2.2. A2. A2.2. Sheppard AFB. column 4A.2A531H STS MATRIX (KC-10) STS 2A5X1 Note 1: The following matrix defines specific sources for training required to achieve an apprentice (3) skill level appropriate to KC-10 aircraft.4.2.3. as identified in attachment 13. A2.7. The contents of each phase are shown by the proficiency codes listed under the appropriate column headings in the matrix.3.3.2. Training is separated into different phases/locations as indicated below.2. A2.10.1.3. to include all applicable safety and inspection requirements.3.2. TX McGuire AFB.3.3. A2. A2.6. A2.3.

9. A2.8. A2.9.12.8.9.2. A2. A2.4. A2.2. A2.3.9.9. A2.8.3.2.5. A2.2.2.8.3. A2.4.8.8. A2.4.1.7.8. A2.8.1.3.9.5.13. A2. A2.9.4.4.12.2.10.8.8.3.2.9.2.11.2. A2.3.7.8.2. TASK Hazardous chemicals use Hazardous chemicals disposal Technical order (TO) system Air Force manuals and instructions Use technical orders MDD fundamentals Purpose of aircraft and supporting maintenance records Automated forms Document AFTO Form 781H Document AFTO Form 781A Document AFTO Form 781J Document AFTO Form 781K Document AFTO Form 244/245 Document AFTO Form 350 Purpose IMDS Purpose of Job Data Documentation (JDD) Access JDD Create maintenance event Defer maintenance event Schedule maintenance event Close maintenance event Use IMDS Tool control Purpose of hardware Remove/install common hardware Purpose of electrical connectors Connect/disconnect electrical connectors Purpose of securing devices Install/remove safety wire Install/remove cotter pins Lubricants Sealants Adhesives Cleaning agents Purpose of common hand tools Select and use common hand tools Purpose of measuring tools Select and use ruler Select and use thickness gauge Phase 1 A A A A 1b A A A 1b 1b 1b 1b a 1b A A 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b 1b A A 2b A 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A 2b A 2b 2b Phase2 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b Phase 3 - 275 (Attachment 23) .2.2.2.6.9.1. A2.2. A2. A2.1.3.1. A2.6.9.3.3.13.3. A2.9. A2. A2.8. A2.3.6. A2. A2.2.5.9.1.2.2.3.3. A2. A2. A2.8.2. A2. A2. A2.1.8.1. A2.8.3.9. A2.3. A2. A2.1.9.5.2A531H STS MATRIX (KC-10) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.9.9.2. A2.8.1.9.7.1.2.3.2.9.8.9.13.2. A2. A2.6.1. A2.2.6.6.8.8.

2. A2.17.1.4.3.13. A2. TASK Select and use torque wrench Maintenance supply concept Ordering parts Aircraft cleaning Corrosion identification Corrosion treatment Lubrication methods Aircraft inspection concepts/types Principles of ground handling Aircraft marshalling Aircraft guarded switches design/function/proper identification Airframe structure Remove/install airframe panels Landing gear system fundamentals Service shock strut Service tire Remove/install wheel and tire assembly Remove/install brake assembly Brake bleeding Oxygen system fundamentals Bleed air system fundamentals Pressurization system fundamentals Air condition system fundamentals Fire/overheat warning system fundamentals Flight control system fundamentals Flight control component identification Operate flight controls Hydraulic system fundamentals Service hydraulic system reservoir Service hydraulic system accumulator Engine system fundamentals Identify engine components Oil system servicing Fuel system fundamentals Operate fuel system AC electrical system fundamentals DC electrical system fundamentals Purpose and description of maintenance platforms Perform pre-use inspection of maintenance platforms Phase 1 2b A A A A A A A A b A A 1b A 1b 1b 1b 1b A A A A A A A A 1b A b b A A A A b A A A 2b Phase2 Phase 3 - 276 (Attachment 23) . A2.16. A2.11.14.9. A2.2.2.1.1. A2.2A531H STS MATRIX (KC-10) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2.1.1.2. A2.13.13.15.16.1.5. A2. A2.3.18. A2.4.2. A2.3.2.10.19. A2.17.12. A2.5.14.2.11. A2. A2.1.20.4.11.2.1.16.2.11.11.13.14.5. A.3. A2.1.3. A2.1.2.17.2.1.4.3.1. A2.6.19. A2. A2.11.1.13.13.1.1.3.2.10. A2. A2.4.2. A2.1.6. A2.20.14.12.1. A2. A2.11.15.1.1. A2.1.15.12. A2. A2.11.4. A2.1.1.18. A2.14. A2. A2.2. A2.2.1.7.4. A2.13. A2. A2.

13.1.10.1.2.2.8.13.1.4.2. A2. A2.20.20.2.1.3. A2.3. A2.1.1.2.1.1.1.1. A13.1.20.1.3.10.20. A2.3.20. A13.1.4. A13.3.20. A2.9.20.20.3.1.1. A2.20.2.10.7.4.1.2.1.3.1.1.2.1.20.20.3. A13.1.20.1.1.10.3.20. TASK Operate maintenance platforms Purpose and description of aircraft jacks Perform pre-use inspection of aircraft jacks Operate aircraft jacks Purpose and description of liquid oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of gaseous oxygen servicing equipment Purpose and description of ground heaters Purpose and description of lighting equipment Purpose and description of hydraulic test stands Purpose and description of air conditioning units Purpose and description of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/ compressor Operate A/M32A-60 gas turbine generator/compressor Purpose and description of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Perform pre-use inspection of A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Operate A/M32A-95 gas turbine compressor Purpose and description of diesel driven generators Perform pre-use inspection of diesel driven generators Operate diesel driven generators Purpose and description of self-generating nitrogen equipment Perform pre-use inspection of self-generating nitrogen equipment Operate self-generating nitrogen equipment Purpose and description of oil servicing carts Purpose and description of hydraulic servicing carts C-Check Inspection A-Check Inspection Perform preflight inspection Perform thruflight inspection Perform basic postflight inspection Perform park and receive inspection Air Transport Association (ATA) TO System Use ATA TOs Service bulletins and air worthiness directives Operate radio Use interphone Launch aircraft Recover aircraft Tow wing/tail walker Tow brake operator Phase 1 2b A 2b 2b A A A A A A A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A 2b 2b A A Phase 2 A A B 2b A B B Phase 3 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 277 (Attachment 23) .20.10.17.2A531H STS MATRIX (KC-10) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A2. A13. A2.3. A2.1. A2. A2.1.1. A2.2. A2. A13.1.20.20.10.10.3.2.1.2. A2.2.3.1.3.20. A2.1.20.20.1.2.1.1.2. A2. A2. A13.1. A2.4.3.1.6.3.1.2.4.1.3. A13.10.1. A13.3.20.20.10. A13. A2.1.1.1.20. A2.20.3.13. A13.1.16. A13.2.4.2. A13.2.1.20.1.1.1. A13.3. A2. A13.1.2. A2.4. A2.2.

6.2.4.4.3.2.6.1.1. A13. A13.2.1.3.3.1.1. A13.2. A13.3.7.7.5. A13.6.3. A13.2. TASK Jacking team member Axle jacking Airframe components and structure Operate entry doors Operate cargo door Operate wheel well doors Remove and install panels Remove and install crew entry ladder Open and close wing engine cowling Open and close #2 engine cowling Perform aircraft cold weather procedures Landing gear components and system operation Perform operational check of brakes Service Main Landing Gear struts Service Center Landing Gear strut Service Nose Landing Gear strut Ck/Adjust X Dimension MLG Ck/Adjust X Dimension Center Landing Gear Ck/Adjust X Dimension NLG Service tires Remove and install wheel and tire assembly (Main) Remove and install wheel and tire assembly (Center) Remove and install wheel and tire assembly (Nose) Remove and install brake assembly (Main) Remove and install brake assembly (Center) Determine serviceability of tires Inspect landing gear systems Utility components and system operation Perform operational check of fire warning system Perform operational check of oxygen system Inspect fire warning system Inspect oxygen system Service oxygen system Flight control components and system operation Operate flight controls Inspect flight controls Hydraulic system components and system operation Service hydraulic system reservoir Service accumulator Phase 1 Phase 2 A A a a A a a a a a a a A A A Phase 3 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 278 (Attachment 23) . A13.2.8.4.3.1. A13. A13.1.4.3.1. A13.7.4. A13.1. A13.2.5. A13. A13.2.3.3.4.3. A13.1.4.5. A13.1.5.4.5. A13.3.2.2.5.6. A13. A13.8.3.1. A13.2.2. A13.3.4.1.3.2.2.2.2. A13. A13.3.1.5. A13. A13.4.5.6.7.2.3. A13.5.8.5.3.2. A13. A13.7. A13.3.2.2.3.2.7. A13.7.4.5.11.7.8.5.6. A13.5.2. A13.2A531H STS MATRIX (KC-10) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A13. A13.4.2.3. A13. A13.6.3.12. A13. A13. A13.4.2.6.

5.3.2.2. A13.8.8.5. A13.9. TASK Inspect major hydraulic components Operate non-engine driven pump Engine and APU components and system operation Operate APU Service engine oil system Service constant speed drive Service APU Take engine oil sample Inspect installed engine exhaust Inspect installed engine inlet Inspect APU Fuel system components and system operation Ground transfer fuel Perform as refuel team member Perform as refuel team panel operator Perform as defuel team member Perform as defuel team panel operator Inspect fuel system Inspect in-flight-refueling receiver system Operate in-flight-refueling receiver system Inspect aerial boom assembly Operate status test panel Raise/lower aerial boom Extend/retract aerial boom Service boom shock absorber Service boom surge boot Service boom independent disconnect Electrical system components and system operation Perform operational check electrical power supply system w/ext pwr or APU Perform operational check of lighting system Perform operational check of indicator warning lights Remove and install light lenses Remove and install light bulbs Remove and install batteries Inspect electric components Inspect wiring and connectors Connect/apply/disconnect external electrical power Egress system components and system operation Inspect egress components Phase 1 Phase2 A A b b b b A A Phase 3 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 2b 279 (Attachment 23) .3. A13. A13.2.2. A13. A13.1.7.5.2. A13.7. A13.7. A13. A13.6. A13.1.6.1.3.8.2. A13.1. A13.10.8.7.3.2.8.8. A13.1.5.9.2.7. A13.1.2.2.3.9.9.2.9.2.2.2.4.1.6.3. A13.8. A13. A13.6.4. A13. A13.3.2A531H STS MATRIX (KC-10) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A13.2.5.7.8.2. A13.2. A13.8.8.8.2.2. A13.1.1. A13.5.8.1. A13. A13.3. A13.9.9. A13.1.1. A13.7.2.2.8. A13.1.7. A13.2. A13.2. A13.10. A13.3. A13.2.9.8.7.1.8.9.3.9.7.5.1.3.5.8. A13.8.1. A13.6.2.1.12.5. A13.9.2.4.5.2.2.7.5.9.7.2.2.6.5.

3. TASK Operate egress system (excluding slide) Service lavatory system Service Potable water system Phase 1 Phase2 b Phase 3 2b/b 2b/b 280 (Attachment 23) .3. A13.2A531H STS MATRIX (KC-10) STS 2A5X1 STS ELEMENT A13.3.11.11. A13.10.2.3.

dau. 00-20-1 Maintenance Scheduling Effectiveness TR: AFI 21-101 A AA.afpc.11.13. AA. MAINTENANCE PHILOSOPHY AND POLICY Aircraft and Equipment Readiness TR: AFI 21-101 and Repair Enterprise 21 Fact Sheet (https://acc. AA. Tasks Knowledge And Technical References 4.1. AA.8.5.1. NOTE 3: This attachment is to be used in conjunction with other attachments in applicable CFETPs. AFCSM 21-556 volume 2.1.1. AA.10.1. AA. NOTE 5: This attachment is to be used as a correlation document for the 2AX7X 7-level Aerospace Maintenance Craftsman CDCs.1.1. AFI 10-244 and https://aefcenter. NOTE 2: Users are responsible for annotating training references to identify current references pending STS revision. and AEF Reporting Tool (ART) TR: AFI 10-201. 281 (Attachment 24) . Operating Instructions (OI) TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 33-360 Support Agreements (SA) TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 25-201 Modification and Configuration Management TR: AFI 21-101 Maintenance Information Systems (MIS) TR: AFI 21-101.9.1.O.1. AA.mil/CommunityBrowser.mil/ Historical Aircraft and Equipment Records TR: AFI 21-101 and T. AA. AA.1.4. AA.1. NOTE 4: Personnel must complete CDC requirements on all MDSs/attachments. and TO 00-20-2 Maintenance Performance Indicator Metrics and Health of the Fleet TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 21-103 Personnel Utilization TR: AFI 21-101 Maintenance Repair Priorities TR: AFI 21-101 Minimum Essential System Listing (MESL) TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 21-103 Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS).14.1.1. AA.6. AA.AEROSPACE MAINTENANCE CRAFTSMAN 1 August 2007 STS 2AX7X `1.12.2. AA.1. AA.3.af. AFI 21-118 and TO 00-35D-54. A A A A A B B A A A A A A AA.aspx?id=32781 Maintenance Concept TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 21-129 Reliability and Maintainability (R&M) TR: AFI 21-101.1. AFI 21-116.randolph.1. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided A B C 3-Skill Level 5-Skill Level 7-Skill Level (1) Crse (1) CDC (1) Crse (2) CDC NOTE 1: Columns 2 and 3 are deleted from this STS because all items are SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE LEVEL only and require no certification.7.

Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided A B C 3-Skill Level 5-Skill Level 7-Skill Level (1) Crse (1) CDC (1) Crse (2) CDC AA. AA.3.12.3.7.4.3.STS 2AX7X `1.2.2.2.11. AA.2.2.9.3.2.4. AA.2. AA.1.2. A A A A AA.8.3.2. AA.2.2. Tasks Knowledge And Technical References 4. AA. AA. 282 (Attachment 24) .2. AA.2. AA.2.6. AA.3. AA.1.2. MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION KEY LEADER RESPONSIBILITIES Wing Commander (WG/CC) TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 38-101 Wing Vice Commander (WG/CV) TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 38-101 Maintenance Group Commander (MXG/CC) TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 38-101 Maintenance Group Deputy Commander (MXG/CD) TR: AFI 21-101 MXG Superintendent (SUPT) TR: AFI 21-101 Squadron Commander (SQ/CC) Responsibilities TR: AFI 21-101 Operations Officer and Maintenance Superintendent (MX SUPT) Responsibilities TR: AFI 21-101 Flight Commander/Flight Chief TR: AFI 21-101 AMU OIC/Superintendent (SUPT) TR: AFI 21-101 Section NCOIC TR: AFI 21-101 Production Superintendent (Pro Super) TR: AFI 21-101 Expediter TR: AFI 21-101 FUNCTIONS OF MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS SQUADRON (MOS) TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 38-101 Maintenance Operations Flight (MOF) TR: AFI 21-101 Maintenance Training Flight (MTF) TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 36-2232 Programs and Resources Flight TR: AFI 21-101 Quality Assurance (QA) Flight TR: AFI 21-101 A A A A A A A A A A A B AA. AA. AA.3.10. AA.5. AA.

9. AA.5.4.1.5. AA.7.5.4. FUNCTIONS OF AIRCRAFT/HELICOPTER MAINTENANCE SQUADRON (AMXS/HMXS) TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 38-101 Aircraft Maintenance Unit (AMU) TR: AFI 21-101 Aircrew and Maintenance Debrief Section TR: AFI 21-101 Aircraft Section TR: AFI 21-101 Specialist Section TR: AFI 21-101 Weapons Section TR: AFI 21-101 Plans.4. AA.5.3.5. AA.4. Scheduling and Documentation Section (PS&D) TR: AFI 21-101 Support Section TR: AFI 21-101 FUNCTIONS OF MAINTENANCE SQUADRON (MXS) TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 38-101 Accessories Flight TR: AFI 21-101 Aerospace Ground Equipment (AGE) Flight TR: AFI 21-101 Armament Flight TR: AFI 21-101 Avionics Flight TR: AFI 21-101 Fabrication Flight TR: AFI 21-101 Maintenance Flight TR: AFI 21-101 Munitions Flight TR: AFI 21-101 and AFI 21-201 Propulsion Flight TR: AFI 21-101 Test.4.5. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided A B C 3-Skill Level 5-Skill Level 7-Skill Level (1) Crse (1) CDC (1) Crse (2) CDC AA.5.2.STS 2AX7X `1.3. AA.8.5.4.4. AA.1. AA.6.4. 283 (Attachment 24) .6. Measurement. and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) Flight TR: AFI 21-101 AA. Tasks Knowledge And Technical References 4.5. AA.5.4. AA.5. A A A A A A A AA. A A A A A A A A A AA.7.5.4. AA. AA. AA.2. AA. AA.

AA.2.1 and AFI 36-2110 MAINTENANCE SUPPLY Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS) Supply Support TR: AFI 21-101.7.dm. AIR FORCE MATERIEL COMMAND RESPONSIBILITIES Air Logistics Centers (ALC) TR: AFMCMD (Mission Directives) 406.6.7.af. and AETCI 36-2601 PERSONNEL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Capability Based Manpower Standard and Logistics Composite Model (LCOM) TR: AFMAN 38-208 Volume 3.1 Consumables Management A A A AA.7.5. A AA. AFTTP 3-21.htm and http://www. and AFTTP 3-21. AA. AFI 21-101. AA.1.hill.2.7.2. AFI 21-101.6. and AFI 36-2201 (Vol.randolph.6.mil/pdl/afmc/md.8.7.STS 2AX7X `1.asp?fsID=6573&page=1 Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC) TR: AFMCMD 415 located at: https://www.tinker. A AA.1.af.af.af.robins.wpafb.6.2.asp and OC-ALC: http://www. WR-ALC: http://www.3. AFMAN 23-110 (vol.9. 1-6) Special Certification Rosters TR: AFI 21-101 Maintenance Qualification Program (MQP) TR: AFI 36-2232.afmc-mil.af.3.9.wpafb. AFI 21-101 and AFTTP 3-21.1 Unit Manpower Document (UMD) and Unit Personnel Manpower Roster (UPMR) TR: AFI 38-201.7.afmc-mil. AA. AA.af.htm .mil/units/ Air Force Flight Test Center TR: AFMCMD 404 located at https://www.af.7. AA.edwards.1 Readiness Spares Packages TR: AFMAN 23-110 .afmc-mil. AA. AA.mil/units/402mw. AFI 21-101 and AFPD 10-9. Located at: https://www.1 A A A A A A AA. AA. A AA. 1). 407 and 410.4.mil/pdl/afmc/md. AA. A 284 (Attachment 24) .mil/ Training Documentation TR: AFI 36-2232. AFI 38-201.3. AA.8. A AA. Tasks Knowledge And Technical References 4.8.6. AFI 21-101 and AFTTP 3-21. Training Forecast / Request TR: AFI 36-2232 and AFI 21-101 Training Development Process TR: AFI 36-2232.asp MAINTENANCE TRAINING Types of Training TR: AFI 36-2232 and the ETCA site located at: https://etca.html .mil/units/amarc.af.9.mil/pdl/afmc/md. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided A B C 3-Skill Level 5-Skill Level 7-Skill Level (1) Crse (1) CDC (1) Crse (2) CDC AA.mil/library/factsheets/factsheet_print.1.9.mil/main/index.af.wpafb. OO-ALC Brochure located at: http://www.htm and Flight Test Center Fact Sheet locate at: http://www.

1. Calibration. A AA.9. or Operational Flight Programming TR: AFI 21-101. A AA. TO 00-20-1. AFMAN 23-110 and AFI 21-103 Supply Assets Requiring Functional Check.STS 2AX7X `1. and AFMAN 23-110 Precious Metals Recovery Program TR: AFMAN 23-110 and AFI 21-101 Supply Points TR: AFI 21-101 and AFMAN 23-110 Local Manufacture TR: AFI 21-101 and AFTTP 3-21.9. A AA.12.8. AFMAN 23-110 and AFMAN 23-220 Special Purpose Recoverable Authorized Maintenance (SPRAM) Assets TR: AFI 21-101. AFI 32-7086. A AA.1. A AA.10. A A A AA. 00-20-3. A AA. and AFTTP 3-21. AFMAN 23-110 and AFI 21-101 TECHNICAL ORDER POLICY Use of Technical Orders (TO).9.6. A AA.3.11.9. and AFI 21-101 Supply Deficiency and Discrepancy Reporting TR: TO 00-35D-54. Tasks Knowledge And Technical References 4.13. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided A B C 3-Skill Level 5-Skill Level 7-Skill Level (1) Crse (1) CDC (1) Crse (2) CDC TR: AFI 21-101. AA. A AA.11.1 Repair Cycle Assets / Supply Management Products TR: AFI 23-110 and AFI 21-101 Tail Number Bins (TNB) TR: AFI 21-101 Maintenance Repair / Supply Delivery Priorities TR: AFI 21-101 and AFMAN 23-110 Classified Assets TR: AFJI 31-102.1 and AFMAN 23-110 AA. A AA. T.9. Equipment Items TR: AFI 21-101. A 285 (Attachment 24) .11. and AFI 21-101 Hazardous Materials TR: AFI 90-821.9.2. AA.9.10.9. AFI 21-303.7. TO Supplements and Publications TR: AFI 21-101.10.4.O.5. AA.1 A AA.1 Technical Order Update Process TR: AFI 21-303 Technical Order Waivers TR: AFI 21-303 and AFI 21-101 MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS AND PROGRAMS Cannibalization Program TR: AFI 21-101 and AFTTP 3-21. B AA.9. AFTTP 3-21.9.9. A AA.10.9.15. AA.9.14.10.

AA.1 Dropped Object Prevention (DOP) Program TR: AFI 21-101 Tool Management TR: AFI 21-101 and AFTTP 3-21. AA. AA. AFI 63-1001 and the Joint Council on Aging Aircraft website located at: http://www. Restricted Maintenance Areas TR: AFI 21-101 Red Ball Maintenance TR: AFI 21-101 and AFTTP 3-21.11.11.11. AA.11.11. or Modified Tools and Equipment TR: AFI 21-101 Lost Item/Tool Procedures TR: AFI 21-101 Maintenance Recovery Team TR: AFI 21-101 Aging Aircraft / Equipment Issues TR TR: AFI 21-101.acaa.14. A A AA.pdf Quality Assurance Evaluators TR: AFI 21-101 and AFTTP 3-21.11.13. AF IT E-Learning site.11.6. AA. and AFTTP 3-21.1 Aircraft/Equipment Impoundment Program TR: AFI 21-101 Maintenance Standardization and Evaluation Program (MSEP) Purpose and Inspection Types TR: AFI 21-101 and AFTTP 3-21.7.11. AF E-Publishing site.2.11. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided A B C 3-Skill Level 5-Skill Level 7-Skill Level (1) Crse (1) CDC (1) Crse (2) CDC AA.dau.11.5. Tasks Knowledge And Technical References 4.11.1 Computer Applications TR: AF Portal.STS 2AX7X `1. Defense Travel System (DTS) training site. AF Center of Excellence for Knowledge Management (AFKM) site.3. AA.4. Advanced Distributed Learning Services (ADLS) site.8.11.1. Air & Space Expeditionary Force Center site and the AF Center for Electronic Distribution of Systems (AFCEDS) site Mobility TR: AFTTP 3-21.1 A A A B AA. A 286 (Attachment 24) .11.9. AA.mil/pubs/Guidebook/DoD%20DMSMS%20Guidebook%2011-01-06. AA. AA.html .1 Marking and Tool Identification TR: AFI 21-101 Locally Manufactured.9. Developed. AFI 36-2232.9.aero/jcaa. AA.9.11.11.11.12.1 Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Program TR: AFI 21-101. A A A A A A A A A AA. and SD-22 located at http://www.2.10.3.11. AA. AA.1 Tool Accountability TR: AFI 21-101 and AFTTP 3-21.

STS 2AX7X `1.11. Proficiency Codes Used To Indicate Training/Information Provided A B C 3-Skill Level 5-Skill Level 7-Skill Level (1) Crse (1) CDC (1) Crse (2) CDC AA. Tasks Knowledge And Technical References 4. Crashed. Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) Program TR: AFI 21-101 A 287 (Attachment 24) .15.

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