Section III. MODES OF OPERATION
2-45. The simulator can operate on-line in two categories: training and demonstration. The simulator can be used with or
without the visual displays and/or motion system in operation. To set up or edit a demonstration, the simulator must be
in freeze mode. Formulation of a demonstration involves recording and storing the characteristics of particular flight or
mission profiles in computer memory. An accompanying audio commentary can also be recorded and synchronized to
the motion. When a recorded demonstration is played back for training, the simulator flies automatically through an
established mission exercise. When the simulator reflies the mission, all motion, aural sounds, instrument indications,
and visual display scenes are recreated.
2-47. The instructor has direct control of training. By using the IOS and tactical gaming area, the instructor can use
prerecorded demonstrations, initial conditions, and preprogrammed malfunctions. Information displayed at the IOS is
updated continuously during the training program to reflect current status.