7-33. CROSS-COUNTRY MAP. The cross-country map display is a graphic display of
the visual gaming area. It is a horizontal area plot displaying background map
data and traces of the aircraft route of flight. It permits the instructor to mon-
itor certain trainee activities and provides information in a graphic form that
would be difficult, if not impossible, to provide via standard text.
a. The cross-country map (figures 7-20 and 7-21) includes the following
(1) Prominent terrain features.
( 2 ) Active targets (see target symbols).
(3) FARP locations (see symbols).
(4) Two-scale capability:
12 x 12 kilometers with zoom off
6 x 6 kilometers with zoom on
(5) Automatic recentering of ownship.
(6) Ownship ground track trace that provides:
(a) 2O-minute track history.
(b) 3-minute time marks (see symbols).
(c) Event marks along track for:
Exceeding structural limits,
(d) Track erase.
(e) Track recall.
(7) Ownship symbol.
(8) Remote designator When active and within the confines of the map.
Zoom, track erase, and track recall controls are in the index
and control area.
b. The cross-country map display is in group 3 (GRAPHICS) and can be accessed
via the data entry keyboard by keying in 340 DISPL.