{Please note that as of 2014 the C-9B/DC-9 aircraft are now all retired and these webpages are for historical reference only.}

107.1 Discuss the corrosion prone areas of the C-9B/DC-9 aircraft.

107.2 Discuss the purpose of the Aircraft Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS).

107.3 State the type and model of the C-9B/DC-9 engine.

107.4 Discuss the purpose of the constant speed drive.

107.5 Discuss the types of aircraft fueling methods.

107.6 Define and discuss the term "EPR."

107.7 State the four classifications of fuel leaks.

107.8 Define the maximum acceptable hydraulic fluid contamination levels for Navy aircraft and related support equipment.

107.9 Discuss the safety considerations to be observed when approaching an aircraft with hot brakes.

Park the aircraft in an isolated location and allow the assembly to cool in ambient air. Do not use agents to accelerate the cooling as it exposes personnel to danger. If necessary use spray water fog to the brake side of the wheel. Approach the wheels fore and aft, due to the possibility of the rim exploding.

107.10 Discuss the procedure and responsibilities of the Emergency Reclamation Team.

107.11 Discuss the warnings involved with pressurizing/depressurizing the hydraulic system.

Other EAWS Links

King's C-9B/DC-9 (Specific) EAWS Tutorial
King's (Core) EAWS Tutorial

For questions or comments contact:

AZC(AW/NAC) Kimberly King

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