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T-45C TS & ADV ASI-07
Introduction to IFT
5.
Rules
a.
No smoking, eating, or drinking in simulator or
on simulator platform
b.
Time must be specifically scheduled through
the scheduling officer
B.
Simulator safety
1.
Spatial disorientation (OFT)
?
What should you do if you are spatially
disoriented after a sim flight?
ANSWER: Sit down for a few minutes, get reoriented, avoid
driving for at least 10 minutes.
a.
Freeze mode should be used only when in level
flight attitude to prevent severe disorientation
b.
Observers should be extremely careful when on
platform during flights: protective railings are
lowered and cannot prevent falls
c.
Darkness: low-light condition presents pos-
sibility of falling
d.
Effects of flight can leave pilot/observer spa-
tially disoriented for several hours following
simulator event
NOTE: If you experience spatial disorientation,
sit down for a few minutes, get reoriented, and
avoid driving for at least 10 minutes.
NOTE: SOLO events will not be scheduled/
flown same-day following an OFT event.
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