Thu Oct 24, 2013 06:06

Where were its flight modes selected, please?

    • SRAM "Flight Modes"jwr2003b, Tue Nov 5 12:14
      I'm not quite sure what you mean by the "flight modes" of the SRAM. The right-seater selected a specific missile using the SCP (Stores Control Panel) by his right knee. Just below the SCP, he had a... more
      • Re: SRAM "Flight Modes"Anonymous, Thu Nov 7 04:06
        ..I meant its flight profiles like "Ballistic", "Semi-Ballistic" etc. And could you also explain me the knob positions "CAE" and "Class I, II, III", please? And could it be fired at multiple targets... more
        • Re: SRAM "Flight Modes"Anonymous, Fri Nov 8 04:52
          - Could each missile be programmed a certain target and a certain flight profile? - When did the missile's countdown set in and how long was it? - Had the pilot's wpn rel btn to be pressed for the... more
          • Re: SRAM "Flight Modes"Tom, Tue Feb 18 07:39
            Would like to come back again to my question with regard to the flight profiles of the SRAM. In the book F-111: Success in Action just these flight profiles are mentioned on p.67: Inertial, Semi -... more
          • SRAM ProgrammingJim, Tue Nov 12 16:52
            The SRAM (AGM-69/A) was usually programmed, using a tape reader, which loaded the targetting information into the Master Data Computer (MDC). Aircraft geo-position data was fed to the MDC through the ... more
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