Part of a series designed to prepare applicants who are seeking Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certifications for the full range of material, this guide offers current test questions, answers, detailed explanations, illustrations, and oral and practical study outlines to the FAA's Airframe Knowledge Exam. The series is designed in a "fast-track" format for increased comprehension and retention of the studied materials. This guide also lists and identifies all the FAA Learning Statement Codes (LSC) that the FAA uses on their Knowledge Test Reports, which are useful for test takers to find out what their weak areas are if they missed any questions on their FAA exams. This volume of the series deals with both parts of the "Airframe" section of the FAA Knowledge Requirements for Aviation Maintenance Technicians.
ASA Test Prep Board of editors includes Jackie Spanitz, Charles L. Robertson, Cliff Seretan, and Paul Hamilton. Jackie Spanitz is the director of curriculum development at Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc., and the author of several books, including Guide to the Flight Review. Charles L. Robertson is an associate professor of aerospace at the University of North Dakota. Cliff Seretan holds a Commercial Certificate with an Instrument Rating for Single- and Multi-Engine Land Airplanes and is a CFI for Airplane Land and Instrument. Paul Hamilton is a sport pilot and light-sport aircraft expert, a flight instructor, and the owner of Adventure Productions Co.