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Evaluation of Airborne Audio-Video Recording as a Tool for Training in the A-7D Tactical Fighter
AIR FORCE HUMAN RESOURCES LAB WILLIAMS AFB AZ FLYING TRAINING DIV
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The report documents the results of a study to evaluate an airborne audio video recording system in a Head-Up Display HUD equipped fighter aircraft, the A-7D, as a method of improving the quality of training. The results, although lacking quantitative rigor, indicate that the use of audio video recording equipment can be of real value in the training of fighter pilots. It is recommended that such capability be a basic design consideration in all new fighter aircraft.
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