High-speed dive (normal)
High-speed dive (steep)
Training for the following emergency aircraft maneuvers
c. Emergency Maneuvers.
can be conducted:
Forced landings (normal and high speed)
Autorotative glides and turns
Simulated tail rotor control failure
Simulated hydraulic failure
Emergency procedures (including emergency shutdown procedures)
Autorotations with turns (power recovery, termination with power, touchdown)
Basic autorotations (power recovery, termination with power, touchdown)
Low flat glide autorotation
Low-level, high-speed autorotation (with power recovery, termination with
d. Nap-of-the-Earth Maneuvers. Training for the following low-level nap-of-the-
earth (NOE) aircraft maneuvers can be conducted:
Low-level navigation techniques
Hovering in and out of ground effect
NOE downwind takeoff
NOE downwind flight
NOE downwind approach
NOE radio procedure
NOE quick stop
Masking and unmasking techniques
Scan and detection techniques
e. Gunnery Maneuvers.
Training for the following tactical gunnery maneuvers can
Weapons cockpit procedures
Internal Boresight setting
Diving to running fire
Low-level/NOE firing (combat sight setting)
2-21. SIMULATION SYSTEM CAPABILITIES.
Capabilities of the various areas and sys-
tems of the CMS are outlined below.
a. Visual Area Navigation. A simulated area of terrain 32 km by 40 km contains
28 navigation aids (radio stations).