a. Most trainees can read the performance requirements for a maneuver or pro-
cedure, and with sone verbal assistance from an instructor, execute the maneuver.
Occasionally, because of the complexity of a maneuver or because of the need for
precise performance timing, the instructor provides a demonstration of the maneuver
prior to trainee execution and practice. In dual-controlled aircraft, an instructor
simply takes control of the aircraft and provides the required demonstration. In
the CMS, this instructor function has been automated to save time and to standardize
The automated demonstrations in the CMS are generally short, and can
be played in either real-time or in slow-time. In slow-time, there is no audio,
and the instructor must provide any required commentary.
b. The demos are in group 4 (DEMOS/AF/RP) and are accessed via the data entry
keyboard by keying in 400 DISPL. (See INDEX area, figure 7-58, and DEMO INDEX,
c. The REPLAY AUDIO OFF and the REPLAY SLOW TIME switchlights on the forward
control panel can be used to turn off the synchronized audio comnentary and start
and stop slow-time, respectively.
d. Demo programs can be displayed at the IOS for review prior to entry during
the selection process, or they can be entered directly into the simulation without
displaying them. They can be initiated from the beginning of the program, or they
can be initiated from an intermediate segment of a program. (For direct entry
without display, the demo/segment number should be determined during premission
planning.) The following methods and procedures can be used to select, display,
enter, and activate demos:
(1) To call up a demo page (figure 7-60) for review or entry, proceed as
(a) Key in 400 DISPL to display demo index in CRT main page area.
(b) Select 3-digit set number and DISPL (e.g.. to display demo set No. 6,
which is on CRT page 406, key in 406 DISPL).
(c) DISPL permits reviewing demo content prior to entering. To enter a demo
that is currently displayed, key in 01 TAR (1-10) ENTER.
(d) After ENTER. demo is ready for activation when PROB FREEZE switchlight
(2) Demos can contain up to ten segments. Generally, each segment is a
complete maneuver or series of maneuvers. Each segment is individually numbered
and addressable. The demo can be initiated from an intermediate segment by either
of the following: