command (line 99) can be used at the completion of a demo prep period to save an
incomplete effort. This command can be used at any point during the development of
a demo. Demos that have been completed and are in the permanent file can be modi-
fled within certain constraints. These same constraints apply to demos being pre-
pared for the first time.
(j) With the exception of maneuver recording, any phase of the preparation
process can be addressed and edited at any time. This includes editing pauses
(adding/deleting), slow-time, segmentation, and audio recording. Remember, modifi-
cation of pauses or slow-time may impact the synchronization of the audio commen-
tary so that it may require some modification.
(k) The major exception to the editing/modification process as it affects
maneuver recording Involves re-recording. If, for any reason, a segment of the re-
corded flight maneuver(s) requires a modification, all of the demo beyond the point
of modification will be lost. This means, for example, if the recorded portion of
the last 2 minutes of flight is modified, all the pauses, slow-time segment, seg-
mentation, and audio after that point are automatically erased. This provision
avoids discontinuities and disruptions to the demo. However, after re-recording
any part of a complete or partially complete demo, the editing process as described
above can be accessed and the newly modified demo then completed.
( 4 ) Text insertion. Descriptions and/or titles can be added to the demo num-
ber and to each segment of the demo for display on CRT pages. This activity is a
process that is performed offline by a separate task.
7-61. AUTOFLY PREPARATION. The purpose of the autofly preparation is to permit
the recording of flight profiles that can be used with the CPG trainee cockpit when
it is operating in the independent mode. Preparation of an autofly recording is
normally preceded by the development of a scenario for the flight profile to be
The scenario should identify or include the following:
(1) Specification of the simulated conditions under which the flightpath and
maneuvers of Interest will be flown.
( 2 ) Planned route of flight.
(3) Definition of targets arrays and type of threat activities required.
(4) Identification of malfunctions and/or system failures that will affect the
(5) Requirements for instructions or other communications to the CPG during
the training mission.
b. Following development of the scenario, the flight profile is ready to be
recorded. Autofly recordings can be up to 15 minutes long. There is sufficient
storage space for up to 40 autofly recordings. once recorded and stored,
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