7-57.1 Visual moding in the independent mode allows for PNVS, TADS, and OTW dis-
play generation. (Refer to table 5-l.) Since visual displays in the independent
mode depend on only one DIG providing that display, changing visual modes in one
compartment affects the display on the other. This change is automatic to the com-
partment not instituting the visual mode edit. The compartment not instituting the
change is placed in blinking freeze, and the visual mode changes on that compart-
ment correspond to what is allowable for the edited mode.
7-57.2 The instructor has some control over missing man hardware in the indepen-
dent mode by calling up missing man/Independent mode display CRT page 175.
a. The CPG IOS station missing man display (figure 7-65) provides the control-
ling instructor with insertable control functions, each of which is provided with a
default value. The CPG IOS can use the missing man display to:
(1) Select which ARCS zone to load (line 01).
(2) Select quantity of rockets to be fired per trigger pull (line 02).
(3) Establish certain conditions by toggling lines 03 through 10 to turn the
item on or off or, in case of line 04, lock or unlock the tailwheel.
(4) The last three lines (11 through 13) provide a means of establishing radar
altitude high and low warnings and selecting one of 28 NDB ranges.
b. The master display is divided into three columns: the first identifies the
function, the second identifies the range of the function, and the third lists the
default or selected value.
c. The pilot IOS missing man display (figure 7-66) provides a means of turning
on or off the air data sensor system (ADSS), which controls various aircraft sys-
tems. In the normal (default) mode, the ADSS switch is O N.
7-57.3 Ability to edit FCC waypoints in the independent mode is available to both
instructors by CRT current conditions page 151. UTM and altitude entries are on
separate lines for each waypoint. In addition, the instructions have the capabili-
ty to select one of two training configurations at each trainer. The GUNNER/TARGET
configuration provides training in weapons delivery skills and the CLEAN/THREAT
configuration develops threat recognition and avoidance skills. The appropriate
configuration is selected from CRT page 150, line 62.
7-57.4 OWNSHIP WEAPONS SCORING. The ownship weapons scoring page (figure 7-66.1)
is a map page provided to show the following features:
Sighting designation path
Angular constraint markings for missiles
1, 2, and 3 km selectable scales
Target centered on map at time of engagement
Weapon type, disposition, and miss distance
a. The user can select any of the 12 defined engagements from the weapon scoring
pages, as well as any of the three allowable map scales.