(c) When flashing FREEZE light ceases, call up and display CC page 150.
(a) Display CC page 150 on IOS CRT.
(b) Depress HARDCOPY switchlight on console control panel.
(3) Save as an IC set:
(a) After RESET is activated and flashing FREEZE ceases, call up and display
any IC set.
(b) Use command lines 53 and 54 to save the set of conditions as a temporary
IC set at that IC set number. This temporary IC set is retained until a
master reset is activated.
7-15. MALFUNCTION CONTROLS. There are two switchlight keys on the forward control
panel (figure 7-4) associated with malfunction control, MALF OVERRIDE and REMOVE
a. MALF OVERRIDE can be used to delete an impending AMI during the 10-second
alert period before it is actually activated. This AMI is disabled for the
duration of the training period and does not affect the remaining malfunctions in
that AMI set. However, the overridden AMI can be manually inserted via the manual
malfunction pages and the data entry keyboard.
b. REMOVE ACTIVE MALFS can be used to delete all active malfunctions, either
manual or automatic, from the simulation.
7-16. CRASH/HIT OVERRIDE. The CRASH/HIT OVERRIDE feature freezes or suspends on-
going simulated activity when predetermined conditions are met. The effects upon
the simulation and upon the cockpit and IOS controls of an automatically initiated
freeze are identical to those of a manually initiated freeze. The purpose of the
automatic freeze (AF) feature is to place the simulator in freeze immediately upon
the occurrence of specified events, and to do so without intervention by the
instructor, observer, or trainee.
a. Three kinds of events can trigger an automatic freeze:
(1) Entering a set of flight conditions that would be the equivalent of a
crash (e.g., exceeding aircraft structural limits or impacting the surface at an
(2) Being impacted by sufficient hits from threat weapons (and the malfunc-
tions associated with such hits) that crash conditions result.
(3) Encountering conditions that mandate placing the simulator In freeze
(e.g., preparing the simulator for an initial instructional activity or reaching
the end of a period of recorded flight, i.e., DEMOS, AUTOFLY, PLAYBACK).
b. Since the initiation of a freeze condition resulting from such events may not
be expected, its onset is called to the attention of the instructor via a flashing
PROB FREEZE switchlight, symbology on MAP pages, and an alert message appearing in
the CRT alert block.