Automated Flight Training (AFT). GCI/CIC Air Attack.
Final rept. Feb 72-Jul 73,
LOGICON INC SAN DIEGO CALIF
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A feasibility demonstration of the application of automated-adaptive training techniques for air-to-air intercept training in a flight simulator was conducted. The training task included three phases 1 a climb task under GCICIC control, 2 an attack phase under RIO control and a steering dot display, and 3 a descent phase also under GCICIC control. Sidewinder-type missile intercepts including head-on, forward-quarter, and beam runs were incorporated into a training syllabus. Atmospheric turbulence, aircraft configuration, and bank angle were employed as adaptive variables. Performance was objectively measured for each phase, and the syllabus was restructured on-line based on that performance. Modified author abstract
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