In the Southern Military District, the latest computer simulator is used to prepare TOC-1A “Buratino” calculations.

In the Southern Military District, the latest computer simulator is used to prepare TOC-1A “Buratino” calculations.

A modern computer simulator “BM TOC-1А” has been added to the compound of radiation, chemical, biological protection of the Southern Military District (SKR), deployed in the Volgograd region, designed to train calculations of the TOC-1A “Buratino” heavy flame-throwing system .

The simulator includes a training program with slide and voice accompaniment, which helps to study the device and tactical and technical characteristics of the flamethrower system, to master the order of its operation and use in battle.

In this case, the leader of the lesson can imitate emergency modes of “shooting”, malfunction of the system itself or the occurrence of abnormal situations, which complicates the task of the trainees and instills decision-making skills on the spot as soon as possible. The simulator provides for automatic fixing of errors made by calculation with the transfer of information to the instructor-manager console.

Training on the simulator allows you to purposefully prepare calculations for the use of TOC-1А, before allowing them to perform fire missions on real military equipment with the consumption of expensive ammunition. The use of a simulator reduces the time for training calculations and reduces the likelihood of a crew violating safety requirements.

The capabilities of the simulator make it possible to conduct classes simultaneously with the entire calculation of TOC-A, which reduces the time of its coordination. Training personnel to perform single and salvo firing on a simulator is hundreds of times cheaper than on the standard heavy flamethrower system TOC-1A “Buratino”.
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  1. +3
    December 7 2012
    The system is incredible, the operating effect is impressive, and the simulator is necessary, probably a 3-D toy seper.
    1. +1
      December 7 2012
      You shouldn't be like that. People (developers) invest in such a product in full, they work for 10 hours, seven days a week (because the deadlines are now very tight), and you are a "sapper-toy".
      I understand your indignation related to squandering money with bureaucrats, but honest people do not need to be offended either.
      1. +1
        December 7 2012
        By the words "probably a seper 3-D toy" I meant the simulator's ability to maximally emit the work of the complex, which in turn arouses great interest in the personnel in learning and no gloating.
    2. YARY
      December 7 2012
      Never a single trainer will not replace -REALITY !!!
  2. +5
    December 7 2012
    The most important thing is that such simulators begin to see in units not to use the enemy’s news, but to use it at home. Good luck.
  3. ATY
    December 7 2012
    Unfortunately, the installations themselves are not so many, I would like more.
  4. Russian sniper
    December 7 2012
    The simulator is certainly a good thing, but you won’t go to battle on it. negative That would have resumed the purchase of the systems themselves, then we can talk about improving the parts of constant combat readiness. wink What swings the simulator is also a useful thing, I hope it will improve the quality of the crew training for this system.
  5. 0
    December 7 2012
    A little off topic
    but who came up with the idea of ​​calling the "heavy flamethrower system" after the wooden boy Pynnokyo? wassat
    Or to burn the best?
    1. fern
      December 7 2012
      There was a long time ago an article on Military Review about similar names of Russian technology. This is already a tradition. Pinocchio, Sun, Slingshot ... but a lot of things. Here is the same Losharik laughing
  6. 0
    December 7 2012
    Naryl for reference
    Learning management in the “Instructor” and “Trainee” modes from the remote control of the class leader;
    The study of the material part, the rules of "shooting" and actions for operation and maintenance;
    The ability to conduct a “battlefield” reconnaissance by the crew commander, detect and evaluate targets, and adjust the “fire”;
    Automatic calculation of grades for the completed exercise;
    The production of salvo and single "firing" rockets at an open and closed firing position;
    Simulation of emergency modes of "shooting";
    Modeling the visual situation at the workplaces of the commander, gunner and driver;
    Imitation of intercom, sounds of working systems and mechanisms;
    The formation of shooting exercises for individual and group training of crew members;
    Work in the modes of group training of the crew as a whole and individual training of individual crew members.
    It is intended for training and training in classroom conditions for the TOS-1A system crews to perform fire missions without using standard military equipment.
    It consists of a BM TOS-1A simulator and an automated training system.
    Wireless communication with weapon simulators. Wide methodological capabilities for monitoring the actions of students and issuing recommendations.
  7. 0
    December 7 2012
    You read news and want to be in the army again. In the late 90s, there was nothing like that in my thoughts ...
  8. Dikremnij
    December 7 2012
    The right decision: if you seriously spend on a simulator and get a double effect: 1. soldiers are better trained in their direct duties; 2. saving solariums, shells, nerves of instructors.
    I believe that such simulators should be in all the units that are armed with TOS-1.

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