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 Post subject: STRIKE WING TRAINING ROSTER
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___________________________SW TRAINING ROSTER____________________________

Section 1:




1.1. SU-25T Cockpit Orientation



1.1.1. Identification and Interpretation of the AOA indicator, ADI, VVI, HSI, Fuel Quantity Indicator,
Tachometer, Engine Temperature Gauges, Radar Altimeter and Barometric Pressure Altimeter,
Flaps - Airbrake-Landing Gear Configuration Indicator and Landing Gear Control Lever.


1.1.2. Familiarity with position of IAS, Clock, SPO-15 Beryoza RWR, Warning Lamps, Hydraulic
Pressure Meter, Weapons Control System Panel, Trim Indicator Lamps, Autopilot Control Panel,
Sukhogruz IR Jammer Indicator Lamp and IT-23M CRT TV Display.




1.2. Marshall of Aircraft and Taxi to Runway Procedure.



1.2.1. Pre-Flight Checklist


1.2.2.. Clearance to Spool engines and Cold-Start procedure of the SU-25T prior to engaging the
Engines and consequent Spooling of engines.


1.2.3. Post-Spool Instrument and Gauge inspection.


1.2.4.. Procedure on proceeding to Runway and consequent taking of the Runway prior to take-off.


1.2.5. Fence-Check procedure.




1.3. Take-Off Procedure.


1.3.1. Formation on Runway procedures.


1.3.2. Formal Take-Off Procedures and Formation Take-Off.


1.3.3. Procedures in case of an Aborted Take-Off.


1.3.4. Cleaning up the Craft once airborne.




Section 2:



2.1. Navigation with HUD, HSI and ADI.



2.1.1. Familiarization with the various HUD Indicators and Interpretation thereof.


2.1.2. Interpretation of the Horizontal Situation Indicator in relation to the Attitude Direction Indicator
for the purposes of Navigation via waypoints.


2.1.3. Advanced Formation-Flight Navigation.




2.2. ILS Landing Procedure/Air-Frame Recovery.



2.2.1. Return and Landing procedure via the Return and Landing sub-modes and consequent Instrument
Landing System.

2.2.2. Advanced Formation Landing Procedures.


2.3. Emergency VFR Landing Procedure/Air-Frame Recovery.



2.3.1. Return and Landing procedure via Visual Frame of Reference only in case of evasive defensive
maneuvering/emergency.




Section 3:



3.1. Analysis and Interpretation of the Beryoza SPO-15LM
Radar Warning Receiver.




3.1.1. To Enable effective Range estimates to the Aircraft/Surface/Ship Radar Emissions being
received by the RWR and the consequent interpretation thereof as it relates to a Combat
Environment.



3.2. Analysis of the Electronic Countermeasures Stations.



3.2.1. MPS-410 “Omul” Active ECM Pods and the use thereof in a Combat Environment.


3.2.2. “Sukhogruz” I/R jammer and use thereof in a Combat Environment.




Section 4:



4.1. Navigation via Auto-Pilot.



4.1.1. Analysis and Implementation of the various Auto-Pilot Modes:

4.1.1.1. Route-Following Mode
4.1.1.2. Landing Mode
4.1.1.3. Combat Steering Mode
4.1.1.4. Attitude Hold
4.1.1.5. Barometric Altitude and Bank Angle Hold
4.1.1.6. Emergency Levelling Mode
4.1.1.7. Barometric Altitude Hold
4.1.1.8. Radar Altitude Hold and Terrain Avoidance Sub-Mode




Section 5:



5.1. Radio Communications and Brevity Codes.


5.1.1. Analysis and Use of Brevity Codes in a Combat Environment.


5.2. Air Traffic Control.


5.2.1. Procedure regarding A.T.C. and adherence thereto.



5.3. Interpretation of Voice Message Warnings.


5.3.1. Introduction to and recognition of possible Voice Message Warnings whilst in a Combat
Environment and Consequent attendance thereto.




Section 6:



6.1. Laser-Designation and Beam-Riding Vikhrs Missile Deployment.


6.1.1. Introduction to and Deployment parameters of AT-9 Anti-Tank Missiles and consequent
deployment thereof in a non-hostile environment.


6.1.2. Deployment thereof in a Hostile Environment and attendant deployment procedures.


6.1.3. Deployment thereof using the “Ripple-Fire “ technique.


6.1.4. Consequent evasive maneuvering and extension subsequent to Weapons Release.


6.1.5. Advanced - Tactics/Formation Vikhrs Deployment.



6.2. Unguided Low-Drag Bomb delivery.


6.2.1. Introduction to Parameters and Deployment of inter-alia:

FAB-100
FAB-250
FAB-500


6.2.2. Deployment to rotate between a Neutral/Hostile environment.


6.2.3. Deployment as above with further regard to CCRP and CCIP Bombs Release.


6.2.4. Consequent evasive maneuvering and extension subsequent to Weapons Release.


6.2.5. Advanced - Tactics/Formation Low-Drag Bomb Deployment.



6.3. Unguided High-Drag Bomb delivery.


6.3.1. . Introduction to Parameters and Deployment of inter-alia:

PB-250
ODAB-500
RBK-250/500
BetAB Concrete-Piercing Bombs
KMGU-2 Containers


6.3.2. Deployment to rotate between a Neutral/Hostile environment.


6.3.3. Deployment as above with further regard to CCRP Bombs Release.


6.3.4. Consequent evasive maneuvering and extension subsequent to Weapons Release.


6.3.5. Advanced - Tactics/Formation High-Drag Bomb Deployment.



6.4. Shkval Targeting Aided Bomb Delivery



6.4.1. Deployment of said Low and High-Drag Munitions utilizing the Shkval TV Targeting
System/Mercury low-light Targeting system coupled with Laser Rangefinder.


6.4.2. Consequent evasive maneuvering and extension subsequent to Weapons Release.


6.4.3. Advanced - Tactics/Formation Guided Bomb Deployment.



6.5. Unguided Rocket Deployment.


6.5.1. . Introduction to Parameters and Deployment of inter-alia:

S-5
S-8
S-13
S-24
S-25


6.5.2. Deployment to rotate between a Neutral/Hostile environment.


6.5.3. Consequent evasive maneuvering and extension subsequent to Weapons Release.


6.5.4. Advanced - Tactics/Formation Rocket Deployment.



6.6. Application of Internal Gun and Gun-Pods.



6.6.1. Parameters and Deployment of Gsh-301 30mm Internal Gun.


6.6.2. Parameters and Deployment of SPPU-22-1 Gun Pods


6.6.3. Said Deployment in:

Zero Depression Mode
Fixed Depression Mode
Programmed Mode


6.6.4. Advanced - Tactics/Formation Gun/Pod Deployment.




6.7. “Tubus”Optical Seeker-Guided Bombs/Missile Deployment.



6.7.1. Introduction to and Deployment Parameters of inter alia:
KAB-500Kr Seeker-Guided Bomb
Kh-29T


6.7.2. Deployment to rotate between a Neutral/Hostile environment.


6.7.3. Consequent evasive maneuvering and extension subsequent to Weapons Release.


6.7.4. Advanced - Tactics/Formation Optical Missile Deployment.




6.8. Laser-Designation and Beam-Riding Missile Deployment.




6.8.1. Introduction to and Deployment Parameters of inter alia:

Kh-29L
Kh-25ML


6.8.2. Deployment to rotate between a Neutral/Hostile environment.


6.8.3. Consequent evasive maneuvering and extension subsequent to Weapons Release


6.8.4. Advanced - Tactics/Formation Missile Deployment.




Section 7:



7.1. Anti-Radiation Missile Deployment


7.1.1. Introduction to and Deployment Parameters of:
Kh-25MPU
Kh-58


7.1.2. Introduction to and utilization of “Phantasmagoria” L-081 Emitter Targeting Systems Pod.


7.1.3. Deployment of above weapons in a Hostile environment - Surface and Ship.


7.1.4. Familiarization with HUD/RWR designation and consequent Radar designation of SAM Threat.


7.1.5. Advanced - Tactics/Formation ARM Deployment.




Section 8:



8.1. R-73 and R-60 Weapons Delivery


8.1.1. Introduction to and Familiarization of Lock and Launch procedures pertaining to the Aphid and
Archer missiles.


8.1.2. Deployment of said missiles to rotate between a Neutral/Hostile environment.


8.1.3. Advanced - Tactics/Formation Air to Air Missile Deployment.



8.2. Internal Gun and Gun-Pods application against Air
Targets.



8.2.1. Deployment of the internal gun and gun-pods against Airborne threats.


8.2.2. Deployment to rotate between a Neutral/Hostile environment.


8.2.3. Advanced - Tactics/Formation Gun/Pod Deployment in an Air to Air Environment.



Section 9:



9.1. Anti-Shipping Weapons Deployment.



9.1.1. Weapons Deployment parameters and subsequent engagement of Naval Targets.


9.1.2. Deployment to rotate between a Neutral/Hostile environment.


9.1.3. Advanced - Tactics/Formation Anti-Ship Ordinance Deployment.




Section 10:



10.1. Advanced I/R SAM Avoidance Techniques.



10.1.1. Maneuvering, Formation and Altitude considerations in Weapons Deployment, Target Engagement and Navigation where the presence of I/R SAM’s are expected.


10.2. Advanced Radar SAM Avoidance Techniques.


10.2.1. Maneuvering, Formation and Altitude considerations in Weapons Deployment, Target Engagement and Navigation where the presence of Radar SAM’s have been detected.


10.2.2.Maneuvering, Formation and Altitude considerations in Weapons Deployment, Target Engagement and Navigation in S.E.A.D. missions.




10.3. Advanced Air to Air Missile Avoidance Techniques.



10.3.1. Specific maneuvering, altitude considerations, formation and Terrain Masking where the Pilot has been engaged and fired upon by an Airborne threat.


10.3.2. Advanced Missile Avoidance techniques, inter alia Beaming, counter- measure deployment and Interpretation of missile pursuit trajectory and use thereof in defeating the threat.




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