3-digit page number via the keyboard and depress ENTER. The TEE set is now
available. When the triggering contingencies are met, the set activates, only one
TEE set can be entered into simulation at a time. The simulator need not be in
freeze to enter TEE sets. Entering an additional TEE set during training
automatically deletes the previously entered set.
e. After a TEE has been entered, various aspects of it can be reviewed by dis-
playing other pages related to targets. Target status CRT page 530 summarizes
targets and their related activity. Target site overview CRT page 540 graphically
depicts all 99 target sites and indicates, with symbols, which sites have been
selected with the current TEE. A target site detailed display, which provides a
specific target site and the routes of travel from the site, can be called up by
using the index and control area on CRT page 540. Detailed firing position sites
that graphically depict threat targets visible from that specific firing position
are on CRT pages 541 through 575.
f . Student/trainee engagement performance data are summaries of engagement ac-
tivity and are on CRT pages 595-596.
g. Threat acquisition data are summaries of hostile weapons activity and are on
CRT page 594.
TEE sets are used to:
Permit preprogramming threat activities to establish a hostile environment
Reduce instructor workload
Provide a greater degree of standardization in the presentation of threat
Permit an increased degree of control over the content of training
Permit rapid rearrangement of threat activity
Permit expansion of the battlefield environment and flexibility in
structuring training scenarios
7-40. TARGET STATUS.
The target status page provides status information for tar-
gets that are currently entered in the simulation. (Table 7-9 defines the data
elements displayed on the page.)
a. Characteristics of the target status page (figure 7-39) include a summary of
the most recently activated TEE or manually inserted targets, and a depiction of up
to 10 targets (ten is the maximum number of active targets).
b. The target status page is in group 5 (TARGETS) and can be accessed via the
data entry keyboard by calling up CRT page 530.
The target status page is used to determine:
Number and type of active targets
Site location of active targets
Which targets are hostile and which malfunctions are associated with a hit
Which targets will move and their path and speed
IR signature type for each target