A 12 Mission Campaign that covers Basic Flight Training Qualification in the Su-27 Flanker.
The Su-27 Pilot Qualification Course has the following phases:
Phase 1: Academic Classes and Pre-Flight Training
Phase 2: Basic Flight Training Qualification
Phase 3: Advanced Aircraft Training Fighter / Bomber Track Qualification
Phase 4: Tactical Training Qualification
Hopefully you have completed Phase 1 and are familiar with the Su-27 aircraft systems and instruments. If not, please read the DCS Su-27 Flight Manual before continuing.
The goal of the Su-27 Pilot Qualification Course is to prepare Cadets for combat operations flying the Su-27 in a number of mission roles. Commanders require pilots with the skills and training necessary to be successful on the battlefield.
Each Phase of training will contain individual Performance Objectives (POs) that must be met to pass the course. Performance Checks (PCs) will be used to determine if you have met the requirements of the PO.
Following each flight (known as a Check Ride) your Flight Examiner (FE) will rate you using one of the following proficiency levels as directed in Su-27 – Aircrew Evaluation Criteria: AFI11-2Su-27V2:
Qualified (Q): Performance is correct. Quickly recognizes and corrects errors.
Qualified Minus (Q-): Performance is safe, but indicates limited proficiency. Makes errors of omission or commission.
Unqualified (U): Performance is unsafe or indicates lack of knowledge or ability.
In addition for any flight missions:
Qualified (Q): Altitude +/- 100 meters. Airspeed +/- 5%, Course +/- 5 degrees / 3 NM (whichever is greater), TACAN Arc +/- 2 NM.
Qualified Minus (Q-): Altitude +/- 200 meters. Airspeed +/- 10%, Course +/- 10 degrees / 5 NM (whichever is greater), TACAN Arc +/- 3 NM.
Unqualified (U): Exceeded Q- limits
You will also be rated on the following and these results will form your final rating:
1. General knowledge, airmanship and safety.
2. Pre-takeoff, and takeoff.
3. Navigation and maneuvers.
4. Approach, landing and after landing.
5. Communications and task prioritization.
Basic Flight Training Qualification has the following objectives:
Contact Stage (VFR):
1. Perform Ground Handling
2. Perform Take-Off and EFATO
3. Fly Traffic Pattern
4. Perform Approach and Landing
5. Perform Basic Maneuvers
6. Perform Advanced Handling
7. Perform Aerobatics
8. Respond to Emergencies
Instrument / Navigation Stage (IFR):
9. Instrument Approach (Landing)
10. Instrument Flight Plan Navigation
11. Fly 2 Ship as Wingman
12. Fly Low-Level Flight Plan
Good luck Cadet. You are going to need it!
This campaign uses the Caucasus Map.
You will need to install a license and purchase a mission key to install these missions.
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