C. Air-to-ground data for CCIP and breakaway cross are entered in either approach or cruise
D. Pulling trigger to second detent or pushing pickle button places an "X" on the display beside the
weapon indicator outside pilot's FOV but inside camera's FOV
NOTE: The "X" is used for instructional and analytical purposes when viewing the video tape.
An audio tone is also generated in the ICS.
Weapons delivery symbols 18.104.22.168.4.1.1
A. Aiming reticles (see Figure 23)
1. DSL (depressed sight line, also called "depressible reticle" or "iron sight": with weapons
selector on BOMBS, ROCKETS, or GUN A/G)
2. CCIP bombs
3. CCIP rockets (reticle flashes if aircraft beyond 12,000 ft slant range)
4. CCIP gun (reticle flashes if aircraft beyond 8,000 ft slant range)
NOTE: With CCIP submode having weight on wheels and indicated airspeed less than 100 kts,
the reticle appears on the display but is not accurate.
B. Identification symbols (right-hand side of the display, see Figure 23):
(mil setting; appears with DSL only)
(continuously computed impact point; weapons selector on BOMBS, RKTS, or
C. Information symbols
Master armament SAFE indicator
a. Flattened "X" over BOMBS, RKTS, or GUN
b. Tells you that master armament switch is set to SAFE
Symbol removed when master armament switch is set to ARM