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A PRELIMINARY TRAINING STUDY OF THE H-34 COCKPIT PROCEDURES TRAINER.
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV ALEXANDRIA VA HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH OFFICE
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The study is concerned with normal pre-flight and post-flight cockpit procedures for the H-34 helicopter. The so-called normal procedures may be divided into five phases pre-start, engine start, rotor engagement, ground run-up, and shut-down. Both the H-21 and H-34 CPTs have the capability of simulating system failures and emergencies which cannot be simulated in the aircraft.
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