(7) Demonstrate prerecorded maneuvers automatically.
(8) Independent CPG task accomplished with the use of AUTO FLY.
(9) Monitor program progress and trainee performance.
( 1 0 ) Freeze flight parameters selectively.
(11) Administer audio briefings automatically.
(12) Stop and abort a program at any time in event of emergency.
(13) Retrieve stored performance data via hardcopy printer/plotter.
(14) Fully control training program from IOS, or limited control from trainee
(15) View on IOS CRT end/or obtain hardcopy time history plots of airspeed,
altitude, and ground track.
(17) Compute and display ground-controlled approach (GCA) commands.
(18) Train pilot and CPG in safety.
(19) Train pilot and CPG both independently and/or simultanously.
2-22. VISUAL SYSTEM CAPABILITIES. The full-color visual simulation system, com-
bined with computer-generated visual effects, provides a realistic view of ground
and sky conditions to the pilot and CPG trainees. (Additional information on the
visual system and its capabilities is contained in Chapter 6).
2-23. TRAINING TASKS. Training of pilot and CPG trainees is carried out in either
integrated or independent operating modes of visual, motion, and cockpit simulation.
The task of the trainees is to become thoroughly knowledgeable with all aspects of
the pilot and CPG positions of the actual helicopter. The instructor task is to
maintain complete control of simulated conditions for training and to fully monitor
trainee performance in all normal and emergency operational aspects of the
a. Simulated Aircraft. The M-64 Apache is a twin-turbine-engine, four-blade-
rotor, high-performance attack helicopter with a two-man crew seated in tandem, the
CPG in front of the pilot. The primary mission of this aircraft is that of an
armed tactical aircraft with capabilities including weapons delivery, low-altitude
high-speed flight, nap-of-the-earth flight, search and target acquisition, recon-
naissance, multiple-weapons fire support, and troop aircraft support.
The simulated flight can be controlled by the following:
(1) By the pilot in the integrated mode with the CPG acting as CPG only,
unless CPG control is selected by the master instructor.