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1. (001) When planning and scheduling work assignments and priorities, what is the first thing you should do?

a. Brief your shift and check for safety gear.
b. Clean the facility and notify the contractors of any discrepancies.
c. Assign personnel to work crews and ensure they know their responsibilities in performing the mission.
d. Check aircraft and/or truck schedules (if applicable) and review the mission remarks to see what the day’s requirements are.

d. Check aircraft and/or truck schedules (if applicable) and review the mission remarks to see what the day’s requirements are.
2. (201) When processing cargo for landbridge shipping, what is your next step if the TCN or pallet ID in the GATES shows an onward mode of “A” for air?

a. Assign the shipment a grid or bay location.
b. Change the onward mode to “S.”
c. Change the onward mode to “B.”
d. Change the onward mode to “L.”
d. Change the onward mode to “L.”
3. (401) The first step in determining passengers’ travel eligibility is to check

a. their identification.
b. travel restrictions and clearances.
c. their travel category and supporting documentation.
d. the CIC on the travel authorization.
a. their identification.
4. (001) When planning and scheduling work assignments and priorities, what must you do when you discover a piece of equipment is out of commission and it will affect your ability to perform the mission?

a. Find out what is wrong with it, when it will be fixed, and notify your chain of command.
b. Annotate the discrepancy on the shift log and verify when the equipment will be fixed.
c. Check your e-mail and phone messages to see if it was fixed ahead of schedule.
d. Annotate the discrepancy in the shift log and verify the date it was turned in.
a. Find out what is wrong with it, when it will be fixed, and notify your chain of command.
5. (201) When consignees arrive to pick up cargo with a hand-carried release of cargo authorization letter, what must you do before releasing the cargo to them?

a. Add the letter to the authorization book.
b. Verify the information by calling the individual’s unit.
c. Contact the aerial port operations officer for verification.
d. Verify their identity against their identification or common access card.
b. Verify the information by calling the individual’s unit.
6. (401) When determining a passenger’s eligibility to travel, if a passenger presents questionable travel orders, what is your first step?

a. Inform the passenger the document is questionable.
b. Allow the passenger the first available flight to his/her originating station.
c. Forward the documents with other supporting paperwork to HQ AMC.
d. Fax the orders to the nearest DFAS to verify authenticity.
a. Inform the passenger the document is questionable.
7. (001) Before you can prioritize work assignments, you must review what and why?

a. The shift logs to determine who is available to perform duties.
b. The shift schedule to determine who is available to perform duties.
c. The shift logs to determine when the aircraft and trucks will arrive.
d. The shift schedule to determine when the aircraft and trucks will arrive.
b. The shift schedule to determine who is available to perform duties.
8. (201) When a USPS employee wants to pick-up some ordinary mail, but you do not recognize him/her, what is your next step?

a. Check the list of USPS employees who are authorized to receipt for all types of mail.
b. Verify his/her USPS identification card against the local access list or DD Form 577.
c. Check the list of USPS employees who are authorized to receipt for ordinary mail.
d. Ask him/her to present a USPS identification card to verify his/her identity.
d. Ask him/her to present a USPS identification card to verify his/her identity.
9. (402) If a passenger is a non-command-sponsored dependent of a military member, residing overseas with the sponsor, determine if the passenger is eligible for space-available travel and if so, which category and location(s).

a. Category I; CONUS to CONUS only.
b. Category I; overseas to overseas only.
c. Category I; overseas to CONUS only.
d. This passenger is not eligible for space-available travel.
c. Category I; overseas to CONUS only.
10. (001) When assigning personnel to work crews, which of the following is not a consideration?

a. Knowing your people and the work center’s current and future needs.
b. Communicating your expectations to the work crews.
c. Assigning them to the same duties every day.
d. Considering their safety and security.
c. Assigning them to the same duties every day.
11. (201) Before releasing terminating cargo or mail to anyone, whether they are required to be on an authorization letter or not, what must you obtain from them?

a. Signatures.
b. Truck/van number.
c. Identification cards.
d. Your supervisor’s permission.
a. Signatures.
12. (402) If a customer is a command-sponsored dependent of a uniformed service member and is accompanying his/her sponsor on approved circuitous travel, determine if he/she is eligible for space-available travel and if so, in which travel category and between which locations.

a. This passenger is not eligible for space-available travel.
b. Category I, overseas to overseas and between overseas and CONUS.
c. Category II, overseas to overseas and between overseas and CONUS.
d. Category III, overseas to overseas and between overseas and CONUS.
d. Category III, overseas to overseas and between overseas and CONUS.
13. (001) Once you have assigned people to various work crews, you must ensure that they

a. do not take too much time on any one task.
b. report to you every 30 minutes on their progress.
c. know exactly who is filling which role and what you expect from each member.
d. keep a running log of their activities so they can report back to you every detail.
c. know exactly who is filling which role and what you expect from each member.
14. (201) When using a TCMD to release cargo to a receiving agent, which blocks will they complete?

a. 24 and 25 and if applicable, 26 and 27.
b. 24 and 25 and if applicable, 40 and 41.
c. 28 and 29 and if applicable, 30 and 31.
d. 28 and 29 and if applicable, 40 and 41.
c. 28 and 29 and if applicable, 30 and 31.
15. (402) If a customer is a non-command-sponsored dependent, acquired in an overseas area during a military member’s current tour of assigned duty and not otherwise entitled to transportation at the government expense, determine which space-available category this passenger is eligible and between which location(s).

a. Category V; CONUS to overseas only.
b. Category V; Overseas to overseas only.
c. Category VI; CONUS to overseas only.
d. Category VI; overseas to overseas only.
a. Category V; CONUS to overseas only.
16. (002) Within how many days must the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 82, Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report, reach AMC?

a. 10.
b. 20.
c. 30.
d. 45.
b. 20.
17. (202) When processing AMC MICAP/VVIP/FSS shipments, how must the cargo be stored to allow for ready identification and expeditious movement of the material?

a. The cargo moves too quickly to be stored.
b. Segregated from other cargo in the terminal.
c. In the supervisor’s office or in the truck, ready for loading.
d. Separated from hazardous materials by at least 88 inches in all directions.
b. Segregated from other cargo in the terminal.
18. (403) Before entering space-available passengers’ information into the register, collect their AMC Form 140 and other required travel documentation,

a. and place the form with the mission folder so records can begin the billing process.
b. and file the station copy according to travel priority, then by date and time of sign-up.
c. stamp the form with the date and time of sign-up and forward it to the records section.
d. allow them to sign-up for up to five destinations, then stamp the form with the date and time of sign-up.
d. allow them to sign-up for up to five destinations, then stamp the form with the date and time of sign-up.
19. (002) It is important for you and your subordinates to accurately complete the workload documents for your work center, such as the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 56, Rehandled Workload, because

a. they are used as source documents for the AMC Form 82, Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report, which has a direct impact on your manpower and equipment levels.
b. the work center superintendent reviews them daily and asks questions about the missions, which has a direct impact on your performance report.
c. capturing aircraft delays is critical to streamlining work center processes, which has a direct impact on which type of shift you work.
d. they are inspected during unit compliance and operational readiness inspections, which has a direct impact on your pass or failure.
a. they are used as source documents for the AMC Form 82, Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report, which has a direct impact on your manpower and equipment levels.
20. (202) When processing AMC MICAP/VVIP/FSS shipments, you will transfer them on a hand-receipt basis using

a. GATES or manually produced cargo manifests.
b. an AMC Form 36.
c. a DD Form 1387–2.
d. an AMC Form 35.
a. GATES or manually produced cargo manifests.
21. (403) When selecting passengers for travel, which of the following would you choose first?

a. Space-available category I; date and time of sign-up 25 July at 1410.
b. Space-available category I; date and time of sign-up 25 July at 1455.
c. Space-required priority 1; date and time of sign-up 25 July at 1430.
d. Space-required priority 1; date and time of sign up 25 July at 1500.
c. Space-required priority 1; date and time of sign-up 25 July at 1430
22. (002) Workload data entries on the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 82, Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report, are broken up into categories of traffic, which are

a. Transportation Working Capital Funds (TWCF) and non-TWCF.
b. special assignment airlift missions (SAAM) and air refueling missions.
c. space available (S/A) missions and space required (S/R) missions.
d. passengers, cargo, and mail.
a. Transportation Working Capital Funds (TWCF) and non-TWCF.
23. (202) When processing a terminating AMC MICAP/VVIP/FSS shipment, which form must you use to control and monitor each shipment?

a. AMC Form 36.
b. AF Form 36.
c. AMC Form 35.
d. AF Form 35.
c. AMC Form 35.
24. (403) When selecting space-available travelers from the standby listing, if a category I passenger arrives at the terminal after roll call has begun; what should you do?

a. Notify the TACC.
b. Add him/her to the space-available register, and call him/her for the next available flight.
c. Check his/her travel documentation and if all of it is correct allow him/her a seat(s) on the aircraft.
d. Contact the ATOC to request additional seating on the aircraft.
c. Check his/her travel documentation and if all of it is correct allow him/her a seat(s) on the aircraft.
25. (002) You have had several aircraft in the month of July that are classified as “other” on the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 82, Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report. How do you report those aircraft?

a. Report the number in the block provided only.
b. Prepare a memo for record with each type of aircraft listed.
c. Provide a complete listing of those aircraft in section VIII, Authentications.
d. Identify the aircraft by type and provide a complete listing of those aircraft in section XII.
d. Identify the aircraft by type and provide a complete listing of those aircraft in section XII.
26. (202) When processing an originating AMC MICAP/VVIP/FSS shipment, which form must you use to control and monitor each shipment?

a. AMC Form 36.
b. AF Form 36.
c. AMC Form 35.
d. AF Form 35.
a. AMC Form 36.
27. (403) When coordinating the movement of delayed space-required passengers, within how many hours should you move passengers who were bumped for a higher priority passenger?

a. 24 hours.
b. 36 hours.
c. 48 hours.
d. 72 hours.
c. 48 hours.
28. (003) Which type of manpower authorizations do you use for preparing the work center data on the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 82, Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report, and from which document do you take that data?

a. Funded; Unit Manpower Document (UMD).
b. Unfunded; UMD.
c. Funded; Unit Personnel Management Roster (UPMR).
d. Unfunded; UPMR.
a. Funded; Unit Manpower Document (UMD).
29. (202) During a green sheet action at Ramstein AB, Germany, after the green sheet request is submitted to the ACA, who does the ACA notify?

a. ATOC.
b. CSB.
c. Special handling.
d. Load planning.
d. Load planning.
30. (403) When coordinating the movement of delayed space-required passengers, within how many hours should you move delayed intransit passengers?

a. 12 hours.
b. 24 hours.
c. 48 hours.
d. 72 hours.
b. 24 hours.
31. (003) When completing the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 82, Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report, 24 hours of overtime equals how many man-days?

a. 1.
b. 2.
c. 3.
d. 4.
c. 3.
32. (202) If you have received and signed an AMC Form 101, what will be entered into the GATES in the prime TCMD record and trailer data to show the shipment as green sheet?

a. “T_I” in the miscellaneous information block and “GS” in the special priority field only.
b. “GS” in the miscellaneous information block and “G” in the special priority field only.
c. “T_I” in the special priority field and the phrase “Green sheet as of [the Greenwich Meantime hour and date the request was received] only.
d. a “G” in the special priority field and the phrase “Green sheet as of [the Greenwich Meantime hour and date the request was received] only.
d. a “G” in the special priority field and the phrase “Green sheet as of [the Greenwich Meantime hour and date the request was received only.
33. (403) When coordinating the movement of delayed space-required passengers, within how many hours should you move passengers who are returning from emergency leave?

a. 12 hours.
b. 24 hours.
c. 48 hours.
d. 72 hours.
d. 72 hours.
34. (003) It takes your work center personnel over 30 minutes to drive to the C–130 parking area for each K-loader load. Which section would you enter this information on the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 82, Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report?

a. Section XII, Remarks.
b. Section III, General Information.
c. Section IV, Aircraft Handled by Type.
d. You would not enter this information on the report.
a. Section XII, Remarks.
35. (202) When processing palletized green sheet cargo using manual procedures, to ensure the shipment is properly identified, the two documents must you annotate are the

a. DD Form 1384 and the DD Form 2775.
b. AMC Form 101 and the DD Form 1015.
c. DD Form 1387–2 and the DD Form 1907.
d. pallet contents listing and the manifest.
a. DD Form 1384 and the DD Form 2775.
36. (403) When a commercial-contracted mission is delayed and the delay is considered controllable, who is responsible for caring for these passengers and what services will be provided at no cost to the passenger?

a. The carrier; meals, lodging and transportation only.
b. The carrier; meals, lodging, transportation and phone charges only.
c. AMC; meals, lodging and transportation only.
d. AMC; meals, lodging, transportation, and phone charges only.
a. The carrier; meals, lodging and transportation only.
37. (003) You discovered that you made a mistake on the original copy of the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Form 82, Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report. How do you submit a correction?
a. Report the numbers on the next month’s submission and annotate “corrected copy” in the remarks.
b. Prepare a corrected AMC Form 82, completing the entire form and annotate “corrected copy” on the top of the form.
c. Prepare a memorandum for record with each correction listed by section and annotate “corrected copy” on the top of the form.
d. Prepare a corrected AMC Form 82, completing only the sections needing correction and annotate “corrected copy” on the top of the form.
d. Prepare a corrected AMC Form 82, completing only the sections needing correction and annotate “corrected copy” on the top of the form.
38. (202) When processing green sheet cargo, if you do not have enough airlift to move all green sheet cargo on-hand for a particular destination, how will you move the remaining cargo and who must you notify?

a. In the sequence in which it was green sheeted by each specific service; notify the air terminal operations officer.
b. By destination, priority, and system entry time; notify the TACC.
c. In the sequence in which it was green sheeted by each specific service; notify the TACC.
d. By destination, priority, and system entry time; notify the air terminal operations officer.
c. In the sequence in which it was green sheeted by each specific service; notify the TACC.
39. (403) If a commercial contracted aircraft is delayed due to weather, who is responsible for caring for passengers and what services will be provided at no cost to the passenger?

a. The carrier; lodging, and transportation only.
b. The carrier; meals, lodging and transportation only.
c. AMC; lodging and transportation only.
d. AMC; meals, lodging, and transportation only.
c. AMC; lodging and transportation only.
40. (004) If a commander directs a self-inspection, when may he or she do so?

a. Every six months.
b. Every quarter.
c. At any time.
d. Annually.
c. At any time.
41. (203) While you are processing and inspecting the DD Form 1387–2 for a classified shipment, if any of the information required for the form is classified, how many copies will the shipper complete with all the essential classified data and a signature?

a. One.
b. Two.
c. Three.
d. Four.
a. One.
42. (404) If a DV requests honors while traveling, which DV honors code will you use?

a. H.
b. M.
c. O.
d. T.
a. H.
43. (004) If a unit does not receive an inspection during an active Special Interest Item (SII) period, after direction from Headquarters Air Mobility Command (HQ AMC), the unit will

a. conduct a self-inspection on the subject SII and return the results through the Wing IG office for consolidation.
b. conduct a self-inspection on all programs and return the results through the numbered Air Force (NAF).
c. Notify the MAJCOM Commander of the oversight and reschedule the inspection for a later date.
d. Notify the Wing commander of the oversight and request an inspection through the MAJCOM.
a. conduct a self-inspection on the subject SII and return the results through the Wing IG office for consolidation.
44. (203) While you are processing and inspecting the DD Form 1387–2 for a classified shipment, if none of the information entered in the blocks of the form is classified, how many total copies of the form will the shipper complete?

a. Two.
b. Three.
c. One.
d. Four.
d. Four.
45. (404) If a DV requests no honors while traveling, but requests transportation, which DV honors code will you use?

a. H.
b. M.
c. O.
d. T.
d. T.
46. (004) How often will you accomplish self-inspection checklists if assigned to an active duty and an Air National Guard (ANG) unit, respectively?

a. Every quarter/annually.
b. Every six months/annually.
c. Annually, regardless of the type of unit you are assigned.
d. Every six months, regardless of the type of unit you are assigned.
b. Every six months/annually.
47. (203) While you are processing and inspecting the DD Form 1387–2 on a classified shipment, when the information is classified, which blocks will the shipper complete?

a. All of them; however, the form then must be handled as classified material.
b. Blocks 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7 only.
c. Blocks 3, 4, 5, & 6 only.
d. Blocks 3, 4, & 5 only.
c. Blocks 3, 4, 5, & 6 only.
48. (404) If a DV requests no honors while traveling, but requests quarters only, which DV honors code will you use?

a. H.
b. M.
c. Q.
d. T.
c. Q.
49. (005) When creating an Air Force Form 623, On-the-Job Training Record, for a trainee, which of the following documents should you not include?

a. AF Form 797.
b. AF Form 2096.
c. AF Form 1800.
d. AETC Form 156.
c. AF Form 1800.
50. (203) Before transferring security or classified shipments to someone, you must ensure the individual

a. is military or civilian and possess valid identification.
b. possesses valid identification and a valid security manifest.
c. has a valid need to know and appropriate level security clearance.
d. is a US military or US civilian and possesses the appropriate level security clearance.
d. is a US military or US civilian and possesses the appropriate level security clearance.
51. (404) Which circumstance would cause a passenger to be considered a Coin Assist passenger?

a. The passenger presented a Medal of Honor award certificate at the passenger service counter.
b. The passenger is traveling in conjunction with the death of a service member, civilian employee, or dependent.
c. The passenger is traveling because a DOD member or dependent with whom he/she is affiliated is critically ill.
d. The passenger is a dependent whose sponsor is missing in action, a prisoner of war, or otherwise designated by the DOD.
d. The passenger is a dependent whose sponsor is missing in action, a prisoner of war, or otherwise designated by the DOD.
52. (005) When creating a Master Task Listing (MTL) for your work center, you must identify all tasks required within your work center including contingency/wartime

a. and core tasks only.
b. tasks and additional tasks required by the AF Career Field Manager (AFCFM) only.
c. tasks, additional duties, and tasks identified by the supervisors in your work center and AFCFM only.
d. tasks, additional tasks identified by the supervisors in your work center, and mandatory core tasks required by the AFCFM only.
d. tasks, additional tasks identified by the supervisors in your work center, and mandatory core tasks required by the AFCFM only.
53. (203) When unescorted classified shipments under the care of the aircraft commander or designated representative arrive at the destination, what must you do immediately?

a. Take custody of the shipment and notify the duty officer that it is in your possession.
b. Inventory the contents of the shipment and verify all seal numbers before taking custody.
c. Notify the consignee of the arrival and obtain a receipt when you turn the shipment over to the consignee.
d. Notify the ATOC that the crew member/representative will need to stay with the shipment until the consignee arrives to transfer custody.
c. Notify the consignee of the arrival and obtain a receipt when you turn the shipment over to the consignee.
54. (404) Which feature on some organic aircraft allows a large-bodied passenger to use standard seat belts?

a. Side-wall seats designed to carry fully-equipped paratroopers.
b. Side-wall seats with optional seat belt extensions.
c. Aft-facing seats with reclining capabilities.
d. Aft-facing seats with removable arm rests.
a. Side-wall seats designed to carry fully-equipped paratroopers
55. (005) If you are authorized to sign off tasks in the Specialty Training Standard (STS) for a trainee, your name and initials must be listed on the

a. identification block of the Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP).
b. identification block of the trainee’s personnel information file (PIF).
c. trainer/certifier letter filed with the Unit Training Manager (UTM).
d. identification page of the Master Training File (MTF).
a. identification block of the Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP).
56. (203) When processing security and classified shipments, each shipment must be inventoried and accountability will be transferred using an AMC Form 214 or equivalent at what interval(s)?

a. Each time a shipment is placed in or removed from the storage facility.
b. At the closest shift change to 0001 hours local time each day.
c. Once daily at any point throughout the day, mission permitting.
d. As close to 0001 hours local time each Sunday.
b. At the closest shift change to 0001 hours local time each day.
57. (404) If a female passenger who is less than six weeks postpartum wants to travel, then what must she present to passenger agents?

a. A waiver from HQ AMC.
b. Females less than six weeks postpartum are never authorized to travel.
c. A medical officer or civilian equivalent’s certification that she is medically sound.
d. The infant’s birth certificate with a legible date of birth and signature of the medical doctor.
c. A medical officer or civilian equivalent’s certification that she is medically sound.
58. (005) When an Airman transfers to your work center from another base or work center, you should erase

a. initials and dates of previously certified tasks only.
b. all circles that do not apply to the current duty position only.
c. dates of previously certified tasks and AF Form 623a entries only.
d. all circles that do not apply to the current duty position and initials of previously certified tasks only.
b. all circles that do not apply to the current duty position only.
59. (203) When securing AA&E shipments during transport between the storage area and the terminal or aircraft, how many people are required to accompany the shipment for risk category codes I and II?

a. None.
b. One.
c. Two.
d. Three.
c. Two.
60. (404) If an MEGP passenger notifies the ATOC within three hours of aircraft departure, then he/she

a. can proceed directly to the aircraft at any time within the three-hour timeframe.
b. will be added to the mission if there are space-available passengers onboard that can be bumped.
c. can request cargo be downloaded to accommodate the number of personnel traveling in his/her group.
d. will normally not be added to the mission if it will adversely impact already-manifested passengers.
d. will normally not be added to the mission if it will adversely impact already-manifested passengers.
61. (005) If a trainee receives training in technical school on turning in cash collections to the “b” proficiency code level, what should he or she know or be able to do?

a. Show or tell others how to turn in cash collections.
b. Determine step-by-step procedures for turning in cash collections.
c. Predict, isolate, and resolve problems about turning in cash collections.
d. Identify the relationship of basic facts and state general principles about turning in cash collections.
b. Determine step-by-step procedures for turning in cash collections.
62. (204) Before sealing a container of registered mail, what must you place inside the container for use at the destination station?

a. Boxcar seal.
b. Content listing.
c. Copy of the registered mail manifest.
d. DD Form 1907.
b. Content listing.
63. (405) If a customer has a problem, what is the most important thing you can do to provide great customer service?

a. Smile.
b. Listen.
c. Speak clearly.
d. Ensure you are in compliance with AFI 36–2903.
b. Listen.
64. (006) When a trainee takes a career development course (CDC), it is an example of which Air Force on-the-job training (OJT) component?

a. Job knowledge.
b. Job experience.
c. Job proficiency.
d. Job qualification.
a. Job knowledge.
65. (204) After you have containerized registered mail shipments into one box, what is the first step in sealing the container?

a. Place a boxcar seal at the band crimp where it cannot be removed if the bands were cut.
b. Band the containers with four metal or plastic bands, two along the width and two along the length.
c. Assign pallet identifiers to the container and cap the pallet as a skid using 0.5 in the equivalent positions column.
d. Tape the container shut and prominently annotate the boxcar seal number, as well as both individuals’ signatures, across the tape.
d. Tape the container shut and prominently annotate the boxcar seal number, as well as both individuals’ signatures, across the tape.
66. (405) In which two ways can you build rapport with your customers?

a. Listening and asking good questions.
b. Enunciating your words and speaking slowly.
c. Being prepared for what you’re going to say next.
d. Speaking clearly and quickly enough so you’re not wasting their time.
a. Listening and asking good questions.
67. (006) Your trainee has completed upgrade training (UGT) and is gaining more confidence driving the Tunner loader. This is an example of which Air Force on-the-job training (OJT) component?

a. Job knowledge.
b. Job experience.
c. Job proficiency.
d. Job qualification.
b. Job experience.
68. (204) If an aircrew member notices a discrepancy with a registration number on a registered mail shipment, what must you do before aircraft departure?

a. Correct it and generate a new manifest.
b. Correct it by making pen-and-ink changes to the manifest.
c. Write a statement on the manifest with the discrepancy and notify the down-line station to correct it.
d. Annotate the incorrect mail shipment as a short-shipment and hand-scribe the correct information at the bottom of the manifest.
a. Correct it and generate a new manifest.
69. (406) Once you receive the MLR from the previous station, your next step is to

a. file it in the station copy file.
b. give it to the ramp controller for reference and coordination.
c. determine how much traffic requires download and how much is continuing on the aircraft.
d. notify the TACC of any special handling cargo or passengers.
c. determine how much traffic requires download and how much is continuing on the aircraft.
70. (006) When a trainee is assigned to your work center, within how many days will you conduct and document an initial evaluation for an active duty member?

a. 30 days.
b. 45 days.
c. 60 days.
d. 90 days.
c. 60 days.
71. (204) If a registered mail shipment with a discrepancy cannot be corrected before aircraft departure, what should you do?

a. Write a statement on the manifest with the discrepancy and notify the down-line station to correct it.
b. Have the responsible aircrew member write the discrepancy on the manifest and sign it.
c. Bump it and annotate the discrepant mail shipment as a short-shipment.
d. Bump it and generate a new manifest.
d. Bump it and generate a new manifest.
72. (406) When accomplishing a departure MLR, when the cargo breakdown section includes rolling stock and multi-pallet trains, what other information about those items are included?

a. If security guards are required for any of the items.
b. If any of the items are inoperative on board the aircraft.
c. The fuselage station on the aircraft where the item starts and stops.
d. The equipment that will be needed to offload the items and other helpful remarks.
c. The fuselage station on the aircraft where the item starts and stops.
73. (006) When your trainee completes all upgrade training (UGT) requirements, which form should you initiate to upgrade him/her?

a. AETC Form 156, Student Training Report.
b. AF Form 2096, Classification/On-the-Job Training Action.
c. AF Form 623a, On-the-Job Training Record Continuation Sheet.
d. AF Form 797, Job Qualification Standard (JQS) Continuation/Command JQS.
b. AF Form 2096, Classification/On-the-Job Training Action.
74. (204) Before transferring custody of registered mail on a terminating mission, you and the aircrew member will

a. inspect the container to verify the contents.
b. reseal the container to ensure safe offload operations.
c. sign across the tape of the container to signify joint custody.
d. download the container and generate a new manifest to ensure expedited handling and accuracy.
a. inspect the container to verify the contents.
75. (406) When accomplishing a departure MLR with human remains cargo on board, choose the answer that best represents the information that must be included in the report and in which section the information is placed.

a. SSgt Jim Jones/USAF/Dover AFB Mortuary Affairs; special interest cargo section.
b. SSgt Jim Jones/USAF/Dover AFB Mortuary Affairs; hazardous cargo section.
c. SSgt Jim Jones/USAF/123–45–6789; special interest cargo section.
d. SSgt Jim Jones/USAF/123–45–6789; hazardous cargo section.
a. SSgt Jim Jones/USAF/Dover AFB Mortuary Affairs; special interest cargo section.
76. (006) When your unit training manager issues your trainee’s career development course (CDC) to you and the trainee, which activity must you and the trainee both complete together before you issue a volume to the trainee?

a. Inventory the course material.
b. Make required pen-and-ink changes.
c. Determine the volume sequence of study.
d. Conduct a comprehensive review of the entire CDC and document it on the AF Form 623a, On-the-Job Training Record Continuation Sheet.
a. Inventory the course material.
77. (204) When receipting for a terminating registered mail shipment in which the manifested TCN does not match the TCN on the shipment, after you have annotated the manifested TCN as a short shipment and listed the correct TCN at the bottom of the manifest as an over shipment, what is your next step?

a. Bump the shipment and generate a new manifest only.
b. You and the crew member will both sign the manifest to confirm the discrepancy only.
c. Annotate all copies of the manifest with a statement describing the discrepancy; then you and the crew member will both sign the statement to confirm the discrepancy.
d. Annotate the original copy of the manifest with a statement describing the discrepancy; then you and the crew member will both sign the statement to confirm the discrepancy.
c. Annotate all copies of the manifest with a statement describing the discrepancy; then you and the crew member will both sign the statement to confirm the discrepancy.
78. (406) When accomplishing a departure MLR special interest cargo section, which type of information is not included?

a. Registered mail information.
b. Human remains information.
c. Hazardous cargo information.
d. Re-icing/refrigerated shipments information.
c. Hazardous cargo information.
79. (006) Your trainee has just completed the unit review exercises in the second issued volume of the career development course (CDC) and missed several questions in the lesson on center of balance calculations. What action must you take?

a. Complete the field scoring sheet, place it in the AF Form 623, On-the-Job Training Record, and issue the next CDC volume.
b. Counsel the trainee for missing so many questions on one lesson, prepare a letter of counseling, and place it in the trainee’s AF Form 623, On-the-Job Training Record.
c. Review the center of balance lesson with the trainee, complete the field scoring sheet and document the review on the AF Form 623a, On-the-Job Training Record Continuation Sheet.
d. Conduct a comprehensive review of the entire CDC with the trainee, complete the field scoring sheet and document the review on the AF Form 623a, On-the-Job Training Record Continuation Sheet.
c. Review the center of balance lesson with the trainee, complete the field scoring sheet and document the review on the AF Form 623a, On-the-Job Training Record Continuation Sheet.
80. (204) When processing HR, within how many hours should planned movement of HR occur before the TACC takes appropriate measures to expedite onward movement of HR?

a. 6.
b. 12.
c. 18.
d. 24.
c. 18.
81. (407) When completing the AMC Form 77, if an aerial port work center completes all tasks and later returns to the aircraft, record the subsequent handling in which block?

a. Remarks.
b. Ground Time.
c. Time Available.
d. Coordination.
a. Remarks.
82. (007) Trainers should be chosen based on their

a. rank and shift.
b. time in service and days off.
c. experience and ability to provide instruction to the trainee.
d. time in grade and ability to develop lesson guides and task breakdowns.
c. experience and ability to provide instruction to the trainee.
83. (204) When loading human remains, in the event jettisoning is necessary, load remains

a. in the rear-most available level cargo position.
b. in the forward-most available level cargo position.
c. on the ramp; they can be moved to the side, if necessary.
d. in the forward-most available cargo position; remains cannot be jettisoned.
b. in the forward-most available level cargo position.
84. (407) When completing the inbound side of the AMC Form 77, what will you enter into the Location block for AMC MICAP shipments?

a. The location of your station.
b. The current location of the AMC MICAP shipment.
c. The pallet position the AMC MICAP is located on the aircraft.
d. The location of the aircraft for which the AMC MICAP is destined.
d. The location of the aircraft for which the AMC MICAP is destined.
85. (007) A work center training rotation should identify “who, what, when, where, why, and how.” It should also

a. ensure everyone involved knows the answers to these questions.
b. ensure everyone involved works the same schedule.
c. consider only short-term priorities.
d. consider only long-term priorities.
a. ensure everyone involved knows the answers to these questions.
86. (204) When processing perishable shipments, when must you review the AMC Form 106, to ensure re-icing is accomplished as necessary?

a. Once a day.
b. Once a week.
c. Once a month.
d. At the beginning of each shift.
d. At the beginning of each shift.
87. (407) When completing the inbound side of the AMC Form 77, you will enter in the Explosives block for cargo/mail data offload the total

a. weight of explosives off-loaded at your station.
b. weight of thru-load and offload explosives on the aircraft.
c. NEW of explosives offloaded at your station.
d. NEW of thru-load and offload explosives on the aircraft.
a. weight of explosives off-loaded at your station.
88. (008) What is the first step in determining the need for training?

a. Develop the training objectives.
b. Develop a work center training rotation.
c. Identify a qualified trainer to ensure mission effectiveness.
d. Identify the tasks your work center is required to accomplish.
d. Identify the tasks your work center is required to accomplish.
89. (204) When re-icing whole blood shipments, which re-icing material is acceptable to use?

a. Dry ice.
b. Wet ice.
c. Gel-freeze.
d. Salted wet ice.
b. Wet ice.
90. (407) When completing the outbound side of the AMC Form 77, you will enter in the Loadmaster Scheduled Show block the loadmaster/boom operator scheduled show time

a. only.
b. and the initials of the command post representative passing the information only.
c. and the initials of the ATOC representative receiving the information only.
d. and the initials of the command post and ATOC representatives passing/receiving the information only.
d. and the initials of the command post and ATOC representatives passing/receiving the information only.
91. (008) The difference between the work center duty requirements and what an individual can perform defines

a. the individual’s training requirements.
b. recurring training requirements.
c. training timelines.
d. training rotations.
a. the individual’s training requirements.
92. (205) When conducting an air terminal inventory, if you find a discrepancy on a pallet that you cannot correct, what should you do?

a. Let the appropriate work center know so they can fix it.
b. Delete the pallet from the system and prepare a deleted pallet report.
c. Place the pallet in FR7 status and notify the ACA.
d. Enter the discrepancy into the trailer data so the downline station can fix it upon arrival.
a. Let the appropriate work center know so they can fix it.
93. (407) When completing the AMC Form 68 and a mission operates for more than one day,

a. transfer the information to a new AMC Form 68.
b. use the previous day’s AMC Form 68 until the mission is complete.
c. attach an AMC Form 77 to the AMC Form 68.
d. prepare an AMC Form 77 in lieu of the AMC Form 68.
a. transfer the information to a new AMC Form 68.
94. (019) Members who are assigned to a unit type code (UTC) are normally not assigned augmentation duties because

a. the augmentation support must be explicitly documented in the individual’s contract before performing augmentation duty.
b. they are subject to deploy in support of an operations plan, which takes priority over local augmentation requirements.
c. they are subject to legal, regulatory, and bargaining stipulations that are too difficult to work around.
d. if they work more than eight hours a day, they must be compensated with time off or overtime pay.
b. they are subject to deploy in support of an operations plan, which takes priority over local augmentation requirements.
95. (020) When performing a joint inspection (JI), you annotate the “start time” block on DD Form 2133, Joint Airlift Inspection Record, by entering the

a. local time the JI actually started.
b. local time the JI is scheduled to start.
c. Greenwich Meantime the JI actually started.
d. Greenwich Meantime the JI is scheduled to start.
a. local time the JI actually started.
96. (404) If a DV requests honors while traveling, which DV honors code will you use?

a. H
b. M
c. O
d. T
a. H