Part B of A 15 Mission Campaign that covers Tactical Training Qualification in the A-10C Warthog.
A-10C Tactical Training Qualification Part B
A 15 Mission Campaign (Part A - 7 Missions and Part B - 8 Missions) that covers Tactical Training Qualification in the A-10C Warthog.
The A-10C 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 Qualification
Phase 4: Tactical Training Qualification
Phase 1 gives you Initial Qualification Training (IQT) and is a pre-requisite for Phase 2. Hopefully you have completed Phase 1 and are familiar with the A-10C aircraft systems and instruments. If not, please read the A-10C Flight Manual before continuing.
Phase 2 gives you Basic Aircraft Qualification (BAQ).
It is a pre-requisite for Phase 3. It is recommended that you complete that phase before proceeding to Phase 3.
Phase 3 makes you Basic Mission Capable (BMC). It is a pre-requisite for Phase 4.
Phase 4 makes you Combat Mission Ready (CMR). This is necessary before proceeding on any real combat missions.
The goal of the A-10C Pilot Qualification Course is to prepare Cadets for combat operations flying the A-10C 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 A/OA-10 – Aircrew Evaluation Criteria: AFI11-2A-OA-10V2:
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 +/- 200 feet, Airspeed +/- 5%, Course +/- 5 degrees / 3 NM (whichever is greater)
Qualified Minus (Q-): Altitude +/- 300 feet, Airspeed +/- 10%, Course +/- 10 degrees / 5 NM (whichever is greater)
Unqualified (U): Exceeded Q- limits
Phase 4: Tactical Training Qualification contains:
Close Air Support Tactical Stage:
TAC11 - FAC & JTAC Coordination
TAC12 - Stationary and Moving Target Tasking
TAC13 - Danger Close Tasking
TAC14 - SEAD Tasking
Battlefield Air Interdiction Tactical Stage:
TAC15 - Deep Interdiction Tasking Day
TAC16 - Deep Interdiction Tasking Night
TAC17 - Deep Interdiction Tasking Special Forces Coordination
Airborne Forward Air Controller (AFAC) Tactical Stage:
TAC18 - SADL Datalink Engagement
TAC19 - CAS Mission Management Day
TAC20 - CAS Mission Management Night
TAC21 - BAI Mission Management Day
TAC22 - BAI Mission Management Night
Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) Tactical Stage:
TAC23 - CSAR Management Day
TAC24 - CSAR Management Night
Tactical Summary Stage:
TAC25 - Simulated Combat Mission
At the completion of this phase you will be considered Combat Mission Ready (CMR).
Good luck Airman. You are going to need it!
This campaign uses the Caucasus Map.
This is Part B, you will need Part A as well for the full campaign. Part A is available here: http://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/699221/
File includes a printable A-10C Amplified Checklist pdf in A5 format.
You will need to install a license and purchase a mission key to install these missions.
Your Mission Key will work for both Part A and Part B of the campaign.
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