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T/F - Accomplish the through flight operation when missions are assigned requiring intermediate landings, including shutdown, by the same pilot (no crew rest was taken), and no maintenance is performed during those stops.
True

1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-3 Chap: 2
T/F - You may stand on the swashplate, cyclic pitch horns and/or the collective levers during the inspection.  Dirt, trash, etc. on the bottom of footwear will not cause cuts, nicks and scratches in corrosion protective coating.
False 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-4 Chap: 2
When aft auxiliary fuel tanks are used, any transfer of fuel to the main tanks will result in shifting C.G. ____.
Forward 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-3 Chap: 2
Main rotor blade skin delamination and/or corrosion is indicated by _____. 
The blade skin being raised above the normal level 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-4 Chap: 2
Accumulation of _____ will be removed prior to flight.
Snow and ice 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-4 Chap: 2
Confirm proper operation of the _____ and the _____ prior to engine start.
Main rotor / tail rotor 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-7 Chap: 2
Applying power to the aircraft with the GPS AN/ASN-175 RDU ON may ______.
Damage the RDU Damage the Navigation Database Card 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-7 and 1-145 Chap: 2
When moving the collective without hydraulic assist, grip the collective _____.
At the throttles 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-7 Chap: 2
If external power voltage exceeds _____ volts turn off external power immediately.  Damage to the aircraft electrical system could occur at voltages above _____ volts.
29.5, 29.5 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-8 Chap: 2
During the interior inspection and before start checklist,  both the main and standby inverters should indicate _____ volts when checked.
115 (+ or - 2.5)

1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-9 Chap: 2
Battery starts attempted with the battery voltage below _____ may result in a hot start.
23.5 V 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-8 Chap: 2
Battery starts should not be attempted with voltage below _____ volts.
20 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-8 Chap: 2
If aircraft engines are being restarted after landing, with electrical power remaining on for more than 10 minutes, ________.
Aircraft electrical power must be removed and reapplied in order to reactivate the IDAR 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-8 Chap: 2
To preclude possible hearing loss; aircrews should ensure that all personnel within _____ feet of the aircraft wear hearing protection.
30 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-9 Chap: 2
Engine flight idle (Ng) should stabilize at _____.
61 (+ or - 2) 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-11 Chap: 2
ITT above _____ shall be monitored during start and if time exceeds charted limits; a hot start has occurred.
870 C 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-10 Chap: 2
If the generator switch is ON while utilizing external power, there may be damage to the _____, or to part of the electrical system.
Voltage regulator 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-11 Chap: 2
During a start, if the ITT exceeds _____, move the throttle to OFF position and discontinue the start.
1090 C 1H-1(U)N-1 Pg: 2-10 Chap: 2
Once a generator is on line, the voltage must be _____.
Between 27 - 28.5 volts
2-11
During a manual fuel start, be alert for _____.  If this occurs, immediately retard the throttle to OFF.
An uncontrollable engine acceleration. 
 
2-10
After failure to acheive a start, allow engine to come to a complete stop and observe starter limits, followed by Start Switch - Engage for _____.
15 seconds

2-11
A non-engaged engine is indicated by: _____.
1. High Nf
2. Cooler ITT
3. Near zero torque
2-11
If non-engagement occurs after the second engine is started, slowly close the throttle on the _____ first then shutdown the _____ engine.
non-engaged 
engaged
2-11
To prevent inadvertent throttle interaction, some amount of throttle friction must be applied to _____ throttle.
Each
2-9
If either the single or dual engine beep ranges are out of limits, _____.
Allow a 5-minute warm up prior to making any adjustments.
T/F - During engine run up, clear the area of personnel and equipment prior to checking the flight controls.
True 2-13
Failure of the auxiliary fuel low warning light to illuminate when the auxiliary fuel transfer pump switch is turn ON (AFT position) indicates _____.
Usable fuel in the auxiliary fuel tank. 
2-13, 2-14
High frequency vibration or chattering of small amplitudes can be expected to occur in the _____ during normal operations.
Tail rotor controls
2-13
T/F - If the amount of built in collective friction is questionable, do not accept the aircraft for flight.
True
2-13
T/F - During the flight controls check, move the flight controls through full travel to check for binding and/or proper operation.
False
2-13
Approximately _____ gallons of usable fuel will remain in the unselected aft auxiliary fuel tank after illumination of the auxiliary fuel low caution light.
5
2-14
Physically monitor _____ any time the rotors are turning and the force trim system is off or the force trim button is actuated.
The tail rotor pedals and the cyclic stick. 

2-15
When checking the attitude indicator, rotate both trim knobs clockwise and counterclockwise to check for freedom of movement limits _____.
8 - 20 degrees left and right and a minimum of 8 degrees nose down and 16 degrees nose up.

2-15
The altimeter will show a decrease of approximately _____ feet after engine start.
20 
2-15
The airspeed, vertical velocity and the altimeter are unreliable below _____, because of rotor downwsah on the pitot static system.
30 KIAS
2-17
Minimum _____ should be attained as soon as practical after take-off.
Single engine airspeed

2-17
Vertical takeoffs and climb out of ground effect altitude are not recommended; however, if operational necessity requires a vertical takeoff, accelerate to _____ as soon as possible after clearing obstacles.
Minimum single engine airspeed

2-17
During slide take-offs, the helicopter may have a tendency to leave the ground in a _____ attitude.
Slightly nose down attitude
2-18
If the helicopter cannot be stabilized at a _____ hover without RPM bleed-off it is overloaded for the current conditions.
2 foot
2-18
Recommended climb airspeed is _____ KIAS.
70 - 80 

2-19
During a take-off or landing, if a rolling tendency commences, depending on the situation, what corrective action must be taken immediately?
1. Raise the collective and lift off

- OR -

2. Reduce the collective to stop the rolling tendency

2-18
At _____ degrees nose up attitude the tail skid and the rear of the skids will contact the ground simultaneously.
12 deg
2-19
During engine shutdown observe any changes in normal gas generator coast down time, which should not be _____ from flight idle, and listen for any unusual noises such as scraping, rubbing or grinding.
Less than 20 seconds. 
2-21, 22
The rotor brake should be _____ and left on until the rotor blades have _____ and then fully released.
Fully applied
Almost stopped
2-22
T/F - During a slide landing, an abrupt reduction of collective pitch upon ground contact may cause the aircraft to nose over and the rotor to contact the fuselage or tail.
True

2-20
Landings involving contact of the tail rotor guard with the ground _____.
Will be noted in the AFTO 781A. 
2-19
If it is suspected that the tail rotor has contacted the ground, the aircraft will not be flown again until _____.
It has been shut down and the tail rotor and guard are visually inspected. 
2-19
Helicopter operations over areas of blowing grass, leaves, etc. may cause FOD accumulation on the engine inlet filter, which may result in _____.
1. Reduced engine performance
2. Possible compressor stall
2-19
Whenever clogging of the engine air inlet screens is suspected a visual inspection should be made prior to _____.
The next flight
2-19
Normal approach entry approach airspeed is normally _____.
70 KIAS
2-20
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