ASSIGNMENT 5
Textbook Assignment: "Aerial Photography" and "Supply and Logistics."
Pages 4-33
through 5-30.
5-1.
5-2.
5-3.
5-4.
5-5.
Learning Objective:
Identify
uses for maritime surveillance
photography.
Of the following rigs, which one
is NOT a basic rigging pattern for
maritime surveillance photography?
1.
Special interest
2.
Full
3.
Modified full
4.
Normal standard
What view of a ship provides
information as to the length
of the ship?
1.
Bow quarter
2.
Beam
3.
Stern quarter
4.
Stern
What maritime surveillance
photographic rig should you use
to photograph a "never before seen"
potential enemy ship?
1.
Special interest
2.
Quick
3.
Normal standard
4.
Full
A quick rig consists of what number
of views?
1.
One
2.
Two
3.
Three
4.
Four
You are using a 16mm motion-picture
camera for shooting an aerial
mission.
Which of the following
fps rates should you use?
1.
12 fps
2.
16 fps
3.
24 fps
4.
48 fps
Learning Objective:
Recognize
aerial film processing procedures.
5-6.
What document provides you with the
necessary processing information to
make preparations for processing
TARPS film?
1.
Mission planning form
2.
Maintenance action form
3.
Photographic job order
5-7.
Which of the following personnel
are responsible for preparing TARPS
sensors for a mission?
1.
Photo lab
2.
CVIC
3.
Line maintenance
4.
Mission planning
5-8.
You are evaluating TARPS film
exiting the dryer section of a
processor.
You notice a dark
spider-weblike pattern on several
of the frames.
What is the most
probable cause of this defect?
1.
Shutter banding
2.
Vacuum malfunction
3.
Camera light leak
4.
Static electricity
5-9.
What portion(s) of the
characteristic curve should you
use to duplicate aerial film?
1.
Straight line only
2.
Straight line and shoulder only
3.
Straight line and toe only
4.
Straight line, shoulder, and
toe
5-10.
The trigradient tone reproduction
method of duplicating aerial film
is based on what number of tone-
control curves?
1.
One
2.
Two
3.
Three
4.
Four
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