Cooperative missions for DCS rotorheads
Close Air Support
Troops and Logistics
Cooperative missions for DCS rotorheads
Reconnaissance
Search and Rescue
Cooperative missions for DCS rotorheads
AFAC
Anti tank, convoy escort, spec ops

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Thursday, June 04, 2020
2:00 pm

OH Gazelle Intro training Lesson 5 (Respond to emergencies) UK time

Caucasus

You will have flown your aircraft up to the Gazelle only FARP at DAHOVSKAYA we will operate from this FARP until the end of the course. These will be the last tasks to complete after Tuesday's successful training. Pre-reading will be sent out in preparation. Briefing at 1800Z in OH Crew Room on UNICOM. 

1046 PERFORM ELECTRONICALLY AIDED NAVIGATION-Read material on the NADIR

Standards:

Appropriate common standards plus the following additions/modifications:
1. Operate the installed electronically aided navigational system per the appropriate TM.
2. Determine the position of the aircraft along the route of flight within 300 meters.
3. Use the NAV SEL per the appropriate aircraft operator’s manual if coupled with an electronically aided navigational system.

1070 RESPOND TO EMERGENCIES-READ AUTOROTATIONS HANDOUT

Standards:

Appropriate common standards plus these additions/modifications:
1. Rated.
a. Identify the malfunction, determine the appropriate emergency procedure, and perform or describe the appropriate immediate action procedures required.
b. Lock shoulder harness, make mayday call, and tune transponder to emergency, as required.

1184 RESPOND TO INADVERTENT INSTRUMENT METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS

Standards :

Appropriate common standards plus these additions/modifications:
1. Announce “IMC”, maintain proper aircraft control, and make the transition to instrument flight immediately.
2. Immediately initiate a climb.
3. Continue inadvertent instrument meteorological conditions (IIMC) recovery procedures as follows:
  a. Attitude – Level the wings and adjust pitch for the desired airspeed on the attitude indicator while maintaining the aircraft in trim.
  b. Heading – Maintain heading; turn only to avoid known obstacles or as briefed for multiship operations.
  c. Torque – Maintain climb power until reaching appropriate cruise altitude.
  d. Airspeed – Adjust to appropriate climb airspeed.
4. Complete the IIMC recovery per local regulations and policies.

1300 PERFORM MAST/TOP- MOUNTED OPERATIONS

Standards:

Perform all MMS procedures/functions without assistance.


7:00 pm

EU Comprehensive training: Op Black Out

Caucasus

04-06-2020

briefing time 1900Z

Operation Black Out - artillery hunt

An operational base was lost to the enemy and a warm front with low cloud ceilings and fog have disrupted NATO operations in the north Caucasus region. The Russian forces are taking advantage of this situation and preparing another offensive. Heavy reactive artillery units "Smerch" have been set up in a town near the front line.

Rebuild an abandoned FARP to get the AH group combat ready. Take out enemy SAM units and neutralize the artillery to secure the front line.

Preliminary briefing package