(a) With demo page displayed, select segment reference number and enter it
via data entry keyboard, using 01 TAB (segment 1-10) ENTER.
(b) If the page is not displayed, identify desired demo and its segment
number during premission planning. With simulator in freeze, activate
demo segment by keying in demo CRT page number. segment number, and
e. Maximum operating time for a demonstration is 5 minutes. At the conclusion
of the demo, the simulator enters an automatic freeze. To continue training acti-
v i t i e s , the instructor can do one of the following:
(1) Enter required 3-digit number to reselect completed demo or any other
demo, then enter 01 TAR (segment 1-10) ENTER.
(2) Enter required 3-digit number to select a new set of IC's and, when PROB
FREEZE switchlight stops flashing, continue training from that point.
Resume or flyout functions can be employed at any time during a demonstration
by activating PROB FREEZE, then selecting either the REPLAY RESUME or REPLAY
(1) Depress REPLAY RESUME switchlight on forward control panel to continue
training from the point at which demo was initiated (problem freeze condi-
tion prior to start of demo). When PROB FREEZE switchlight stops
flashing, depress PROB FREEZE switchlight to permit training to continue
from that point.
(2) Depress REPLAY FLYOUT switchlight on forward control panel to continue
training from the point at which the demo terminates. Then, depress PROB
FREEZE switchlight to permit training to continue from that point.
Demonstrations are used to:
(1) Supplement, or substitute for, a demonstration flown by the instructor.
(2) Provide an idealized, standardized model of maneuver performance in real-
(3) Present a standardized description of a maneuver or procedure, including
relationships between relevant controls and indicators, the performance standard
associated with the maneuver or procedure, and other instructional information.
7-55. AUTOFLY. When the CPG cockpit is operated in the independent mode, there is
i n effect no pilot to fly the aircraft. To compensate for the missing pilot, auto-
matic flight (AUTOFLY) flies the aircraft for the CPG. The autofly feature flies
through a prerecorded aircraft maneuver or series of contiguous maneuvers. When an
autofly set is active. all CPG cockpit instrument and indicator activations, motion
system movements, visual display scenes, and mechanical and aerodynamic sounds
occur. The CPG trainee has full access to and control over all sighting, sensor,
and weapons systems normally available in that cockpit. At predetermined points
within the autofly set, usually firing positions, the instructor can interrupt the
flight and assume manual control of the simulated aircraft heading and altitude.