VISUAL, DISPLAY, AND CONTROL PROBLEMS RELATED TO FLIGHT AT LOW ALTITUDE.
Symposium rept. 3-5 Mar 64,
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH WASHINGTON D C
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Contents Mission and operational analysis Geographic orientation Nonelectronic navigational aids Displays and controls Television systems Pilot task loading Visual detection and recognition The need of operational flight data Training and selection Simulation, stress, and related variables Vibration and buffeting Automatic systems to aid the pilot Geographic orientation during low-altitude flight Operational problems in low-altitude high-speed missions Visual aspects of low-level flight Human performance during vibration.