CMS. Cues for action are the stimuli normally present in helicopter flight, such
as instrument and indicator readings, positions of cockpits controls, aspects of
the out-the-window visual scene, cockpit motion and vibration, feel of the
controls, and sounds associated with helicopter operations. These cues are
simulated with a high degree of realism.
i . Feedback. Feedback to the trainee concerning the adequacy of the perform-
ance is provided in two ways: from the pattern of cues resulting from control re-
actions in the course of operation of the simulated helicopter, and from the
measures of performance that can be made available after a training exercise.
Feedback during the exercise is provided by the cueing methods as described above.
Feedback after the exercise is provided by the scoring and evaluation hardcopy re-