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Unnoticed air combat revolution

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The presence of more powerful and reliable on helmet displays and sights became one of the main and low-light revolutions of air combat. This allows the pilot to “watch and shoot”, as well as gives more confidence in himself and allows him to make decisions faster in air combat. The reason that such dramatic changes have not received wide publicity is that over the past few decades there have been almost no air battles. However, in training air battles, this did not remain unnoticed, since, starting from 1970, in the USA all movements of the aircraft and the actions of the pilot, even on training flights, are recorded in detail (and become secret). This provides professionals with all kinds of information on the development of pilots actions and aircraft characteristics for many decades. New helmets were the biggest innovation in air battles.



One of the best examples of this is the new (introduced last year) version of the JHMCS (Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System) US Removable Helmet Detection System. JHMCS II allows the pilot to shoot wherever his gaze is directed regardless of the direction of the helmet. This new version uses the best equipment and software to track the movements of the pilot's eyes. The new JHMCS helmet is better balanced and much more comfortable to wear and use. The new version is more reliable as well as cheaper. However, JHMCS II costs about a million dollars. This is an expensive headdress. The cost of JHMCS includes additional equipment installed in the cockpit, training and technical support.



JHMCS also allows the pilot to see the necessary flight and navigation information displayed on the helmet visor. This is something like a transparent computer monitor or indicator displaying information on the background of the windshield of the aircraft. This allows the pilot to look around more often without having to look down at the cockpit displays or directly at the indicator against the background of the windshield. Such freedom gives an experienced pilot additional advantages in finding enemy aircraft or targets, as well as in maneuvering to take a more advantageous position to attack. JHMCS are also useful for air strikes on ground targets.

Unnoticed air combat revolution


Systems like the JHMCS were very efficient, but the JHMCS II is lighter in weight and more comfortable to wear (weight was a serious problem in the past), it is easier to use and more reliable (if you don’t knock on the cockpit light). The Israeli firm Elbit has taken the lead in developing this technology and has made many technical breakthroughs on their previous DASH systems (Display and Sight Helmet). Elbit has worked with American firms to develop and market JHMCS, which is largely an advanced DASH system.



The first sighting devices mounted on helmets were developed in South Africa in the 1970s. Soviet specialists immediately noted this development when they lost several jet fighters in Angola shot down by South African pilots using these helmets. The USSR engaged in the development and five years later had its own helmet with a sight. It turned out to be very effective and frightened the NATO air force when the Soviet helmet was demonstrated by German pilots from the former East Germany (before the unification of Germany in the 1991 year) against experienced American F-16 pilots. The Israeli Air Force was the first in the West to create one of these helmets and is still leading in this area.



Over the past three decades, these helmets have learned to process more information and perform more operations, and it has also become easier to wear them. However, these helmets are still heavy. This is why better balancing of JHMCS II is essential. Nevertheless, six years ago, the US Air Force presented a new simulator to strengthen the neck muscles that equipped the athletic halls frequented by the Air Force fighter pilots. The reason for this is that new helmets weigh 2 kg, which is about fifty percent more than a plain old helmet. This extra weight may not seem so significant, but when the plane performs a sharp turn overload (or “G”) it makes the helmet look like it weighs 17.3 kg. The pilot needs strong neck muscles to cope with it. For decades, fighter pilots have been forced to spend a lot of time strengthening their upper body in the gyms, in order to be able to cope with overloads. Otherwise, pilots can get dizzy and even lose consciousness in flight, as well as land with overstretched muscles.



Before helmet-mounted displays and aiming devices appeared, pilots had to constantly monitor instruments in the cockpit and use fixed aiming systems. The absence of the need to monitor the cockpit devices saves precious seconds in air combat, which often ends in less than ten seconds. Multiple training battles (and real combat operations) between pilots equipped with such helmets and without them made this difference unambiguous. This was the revolutionary development of air combat.

Fighting aviation the community appreciated this innovation, and those who are unable to use it see it as a deadly flaw. To maximize the benefits of such technologies, it is necessary to allow pilots to spend hundreds of hours in the air for training with helmets. This is one of the reasons why China and Russia have adopted a more expensive western pilot training system over the past few decades.
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  1. Black Colonel
    Black Colonel 4 July 2013 09: 30 New
    +6
    How, interestingly, are things like with helmets in the Russian Air Force right now?
    I first learned about such a system from the film "Black Shark"
    1. Ataman
      Ataman 4 July 2013 10: 07 New
      +1
      JHMCS II allows the pilot to shoot where his gaze is directed
    2. washi
      washi 4 July 2013 11: 46 New
      +3
      We still do not know much from the developments of Soviet science. The same video cassette recorders first appeared with us, but were used purely for military purposes.
    3. cdrt
      cdrt 4 July 2013 12: 24 New
      +3
      So it seems that the Mig-29s were installed normally?
    4. Bashkaus
      Bashkaus 4 July 2013 13: 02 New
      +8
      How interesting it is now with similar helmets in the Russian Air Force
      Answer: the situation with similar helmet-mounted target designation and indication systems in the Russian Air Force is "NORMAL". At the Ryazan Instrument-Making Plant, they are trying their best.
      The only thing without pathos and pomp. In this we have always lagged behind our so-called "partners"
      1. White
        White 4 July 2013 15: 56 New
        +7
        If your NORMAL in the picture then this is not at all normal
        - Peripheral vision is completely blocked.
        -Information is not projected onto the visor, but onto small screens, the fastening of these screens further narrow the field of vision
        -And this mass is clearly not small.

        Immediately I will make a reservation in this topic, not an expert, but what I read about helmets for the F-35 is just from the realm of fantasy - when you can look through the plane or night vision over the entire area of ​​the visor, etc.
        1. Bad_gr
          Bad_gr 4 July 2013 18: 20 New
          +1
          Another helmet option
        2. dustycat
          dustycat 4 July 2013 19: 33 New
          +3
          Look closely at the JHMCS II.
          This is just a slightly more redesigned design of our helmet.
          The problem is that our best design (most likely South African) was not.
          What is the problem with these helmets?
          A large mass is placed close to the crown.
          While modern new technologies allow you to shift the DH to the neck and shoulders. Which will definitely significantly reduce the load on the pilot’s neck during evolution even without much weight loss.
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 4 July 2013 21: 40 New
            0
            What is designed, if nafig is not like, and this is clearly visible?
        3. Bashkaus
          Bashkaus 4 July 2013 21: 12 New
          +4
          Well, excuse me, what are you going from the prototype installed on the ZSh-7, which is replaced by the ZSh-10 and ZSh-17? I myself am not a professional, for me it is a related field. But in war, it is not only quality that matters, but also the price ratio, because this is not a single copy ... So is it a question? The rapper is also a good plane, but only everyone shakes so much that they do not even use it in battle - they are afraid to lose. And here’s another question: what if some kind of bitch EMP organizes in an air combat zone?
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 4 July 2013 21: 42 New
            -1
            The raptor is not used because it is a fighter for gaining superiority in the air. That aviation, which is, in recent conflicts was enough for the eyes and ears. And taking into account the fact that the Raptor was a pure fighter, and could not perform simultaneously shock functions, what for did he participate in these conflicts?
            1. Sashkessss
              Sashkessss 4 July 2013 23: 30 New
              +1
              The Raptor is not used for one simple reason - a lot of dough was thrown into it. With the tactics used by the American military, they just have all this loot explodes and breaks at every turn. I give an example - "BREDLEY". This is an infantry fighting vehicle, unable to carry troops. This is a Scout that is visible to anyone, even a soldier with the naked eye. And this is a Tank with aluminum armor. It's funny, but this ... innovation ... costs a lot, and on condition that this garbage has been developed since 1968 ... You understand how much dough was thrown into this technique.
              Or the situation with equipment in Afghanistan. Just turned into scrap metal very, very money. American taxpayer money. Is it cool? So they decided at least not to send it into the air - so, God forbid, not explode.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply 5 July 2013 09: 53 New
                +1
                Say nonsense, excuse me.
                1. Sashkessss
                  Sashkessss 6 July 2013 20: 51 New
                  0
                  Argument.
              2. Witold
                Witold 24 September 2013 20: 50 New
                +1
                What do you care about their dough. They then at least vbuhali (according to Vashemulexikon), and the Russian only steal. 40 tons of fuel for tanks were stolen from the so-called "Tank Biathlon". The case is already in court. The ex-head of Voentelekom is suspected of stealing 700 million rubles from the Ministry of Defense http://boltai.com/g/arm/topics/43697050830/Eks-glava-Voentelekoma-zapodozren-vh
                ischenii-700-mln-rub-u-Mino /? from = mail & l = bnq_bn & bp_id_click = 43575076799 & bpid = 435
                75076799 How do your taxpayers look at this?
        4. Firstvanguard
          Firstvanguard 24 September 2013 09: 16 New
          0
          Fiction is, amers have long and tastefully advertised not just what you want hi
      2. old man54
        old man54 4 July 2013 21: 34 New
        +4
        Quote: Bashkaus
        At the Ryazan Instrument-Making Plant, they are trying their best. The only thing without pathos and pomp. In this we have always lagged behind our so-called "partners"

        this is not our backwardness, but our qualitative, spiritual and moral difference from them! And why did it become customary in Russia to believe that showing off, boasting and other "G" is "advantage" and it is necessary to develop these qualities inappropriately, especially at the national level ?! request
        1. Pimply
          Pimply 4 July 2013 21: 53 New
          +2
          Are you joking so stupid? In any reportage and interview "has no analogues." About any screw. This is without pathos and pomp ????
          1. old man54
            old man54 5 July 2013 00: 55 New
            0
            You, pimply, apparently already forgot to read Russian completely, in your Isergil! :( lol
            1. Pimply
              Pimply 5 July 2013 09: 54 New
              0
              I am in Russia, dear man.
      3. Axel
        Axel 5 July 2013 10: 56 New
        0
        How interesting it is now with similar helmets in the Russian Air Force
        With such a mass of helmet on the pilot, a neck fracture is provided at critical overloads, and the review is clearly not enough.
        1. Bad_gr
          Bad_gr 5 July 2013 12: 03 New
          +1
          "...... Exercises and special studies conducted by NATO, as well as South Africa, a number of other countries, have shown that in close maneuverable air combat, the Russian MIG-29 fighter has a significant advantage over other machines of this class. This advantage is due to According to experts, not only and not so much the aircraft's high maneuverability as the unique characteristics of the weapons control system and the weapons used.

          The MIG-29 implements a special “close combat” mode, which provides automatic capture by a radar or optoelectronic complex of a target included in a special zone displayed on the indicator on the windshield (ILS). However, the greatest advantage is provided by the use of the Slit-ZUM helmet-mounted target designation system (NSC) and the P-73 melee missile with a wide-angle homing head. The aircraft carries up to 6 missiles. These tools allow you to attack targets at large viewing angles, which is typical for maneuverable combat on the basis of the "see-beat" principle, without turning the attacking aircraft onto the target.

          In the December 1995 magazine "Military technology" in the article "It's hard to learn" it is noted that the F-22, RAFALE and EF-2000 aircraft will be equipped with the NSC, integrated with the aircraft's weapons control system, but this will be 15-20 years later. than MIG-29 ...... "
          http://www.soldiering.ru/avia/airplane/29boy.php- The Red Star, February 24, 1996
          1. Bad_gr
            Bad_gr 5 July 2013 12: 23 New
            +1
            Aren't too hard helmets being created now?
            The sight of rockets with a helmet in close combat is a necessary thing, as it saves time for aiming and increases the chances of survival. This is clear.

            But a lot of superfluous information right before my eyes is not a plus at all, it should be there at least, only vital at this point in time. Everything else can be viewed on the dashboard.
          2. Witold
            Witold 6 July 2013 18: 14 New
            0
            Talk nonsense, dear, the Israeli firm Elta System has been supplying many armies with a helmet for over 15 years, as you call "NSC".
            1. Bad_gr
              Bad_gr 6 July 2013 20: 17 New
              0
              Quote: Vitold
              Talk nonsense, dear, the Israeli firm Elta System has been supplying many armies with a helmet for over 15 years, as you call "NSC".

              Do you tell anyone about 15 years on the market?
              Our helmet with target designation has been supplied to pilots since the seventies (and it is written about this in the article).
  2. Rustam
    Rustam 4 July 2013 09: 37 New
    +5


    Soon our sea pilots will also receive helmets from the French THALES
    24 units of the Thales TopSight helmet-mounted targeting and display system for the assembly of the MiG-29K and MiG-29KUB naval fighters planned for delivery to the Russian Navy.

    “This system was chosen for installation on MiG-29K / KUB carrier-based fighter jets intended for the Russian Navy, since it successfully passed the run on this type of aircraft delivered to India, our Slit was not near!
  3. report4
    report4 4 July 2013 10: 04 New
    -2
    Is Israel again the birthplace of elephants)?
    And so - well done, of course, it’s a pity that the Israeli soldiers as soldiers are nonsense - otherwise they would have conquered the whole world with their helmets .. laughing
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 4 July 2013 11: 25 New
      0
      Trolling is great. And the rationale?
    2. Mairos
      Mairos 4 July 2013 11: 57 New
      +6
      Less to you. The Israel Defense Forces is one of the most fighting in the world, and successfully fighting. No matter how anyone treats her, but it’s so stupid to drive a blizzard - do not respect yourself. the guys know how to fight - give them their due and with the military-industrial complex they are doing very well too.
      1. report4
        report4 4 July 2013 12: 49 New
        +1
        Do not tell.) Unsuccessfully bombed the Papuans for 50 years. As soon as a major operation against the Papuans begins, but with tanks, a large obser immediately begins.
        1. Pimply
          Pimply 4 July 2013 12: 52 New
          -1
          And again, an example
          1. report4
            report4 4 July 2013 12: 57 New
            +2
            Quote: Pimply
            And again, an example

            Open the wiki, read for all of Israel’s military operations over the past 20 years. laughing None of the goals were achieved. Of the most recent, cast lead. Is Shalit back, or is he still smoking at Hamas?
            1. Pimply
              Pimply 4 July 2013 13: 51 New
              +2
              Shalit returned if you are not in the know, and for several years now. The purpose of the operation was to put pressure on Hamas to reduce the number of shellings and destroy infrastructure. The return of Shalit was not the main goal, everyone perfectly understood that this was unrealistic. The goal was to weaken the group in Gaza. The goal is completed.

              The same with the second Lebanese. The goal was to withdraw Hezbollah from the northern borders of Israel and to stop shelling. At the moment, over the 7 years since the war, the number of shellings in northern Israel tends to zero. For the operation, 5 tanks were irretrievably lost, the rest returned to duty.

              So what goals were not achieved?
              1. Rumata
                Rumata 4 July 2013 21: 31 New
                +4
                Quote: Pimply
                So what goals were not achieved?

                He either trolls or "stuffs" the pluses, recently it is fashionable. It is strange that not a word about Jewish engineers who took away unparalleled developments in the world to Israel, stealing technology and thereby turned Israel into a leader in this field ...
    3. Hug
      Hug 5 July 2013 01: 05 New
      +1
      Quote: report4
      Is Israel again the birthplace of elephants)?
      And so - well done, of course, it’s a pity that the Israeli soldiers as soldiers are nonsense - otherwise they would have conquered the whole world with their helmets .. laughing



      Before speaking, make sure your tongue is connected to the brain!
  4. Pacifist
    Pacifist 4 July 2013 10: 25 New
    +8
    For the first time, a similar system was used on the MIG-29 back in the USSR. There was made a helmet-mounted target designation system dependent on the position of the pilot's head.
    1. silver_roman
      silver_roman 4 July 2013 11: 26 New
      +4
      yeah, sort of in a pair with the r-27 air-to-air missile if I'm not mistaken ... there was an excellent system! I think the PAK FA will definitely use something similar. They said that an artificial intelligence system will be adapted practically))
      1. Argon
        Argon 4 July 2013 12: 11 New
        +3
        "Slit" sharpened for OLS can only "capture" missiles with IR seeker in the visual launch zone, and was developed for the R-73.
  5. mogus
    mogus 4 July 2013 10: 57 New
    +5
    http://topwar.ru/23674-problemy-samoleta-f-35-lightning-ii.html
    However, the prolonged epic with a special pilot's helmet has not yet ended. The fact is that, in accordance with the requirements of the military and the fabrications of the authors of the overall look of the F-35, pilots of advanced fighters must work with a special helmet, the glass of which is equipped with an information output system. On the helmet screen it is planned to display all the data necessary for navigation, search for targets and attack. Initially, the development of the helmet was engaged in the company Vision Systems International, but for several years she did not manage to bring it to mind. So, even at the end of 2011, there were delays in displaying information on the helmet screen. In addition, the electronics of the protective headgear did not always correctly determine the position of the pilot's head relative to the aircraft, which led to the issuance of incorrect information. Because of these problems with the VSI helmet and obscure fixes, Lockheed Martin was forced to order the development of an alternative pilot helmet for BAE Systems. Its prototypes already exist, but the adoption of one of the helmets is still a matter of the future.
    1. Argon
      Argon 4 July 2013 12: 31 New
      +2
      We are talking about helmets of the third generation, which are somewhat more perfect (like "iPod" versus a phone with a touch screen) with respect to the third generation described, one should not delude ourselves, if for them it is a matter of compliance with TTX, then for us, recently started development, given the lack of own element base, much more complicated and costly. Let's hope that the road will be mastered by the walking one.
      1. mogus
        mogus 4 July 2013 13: 03 New
        +2
        JHMCS II allows the pilot to shoot where his gaze is directed regardless of the direction of the helmet.
        - so they do not plan close battles. The on-board computer, hz, is engaged in target selection, but what's the difference where the info-monitor or helmet will be displayed?
        I read complaints about headaches, etc., the concomitant information caused by congestion on the helmet display (the brain is not familiar with this perception). It is necessary to ask the pilots.
        1. Argon
          Argon 4 July 2013 22: 50 New
          -1
          Do not underestimate them, they do not plan, the conversation is not serious. In particular, it must demonstrate all missiles flying in the radar field of view, "remove" the cockpit as such (make it transparent for a limited time) and much more. the fight at an average distance will take place at 5-7G, judge for yourself. The point is not overload, but in the indication itself, it should be presented in an analogue of the "sterio" system, or you can say "3D" (although these are basically different standards), since The "indicator glass" of the helmet is closer to the focal point of a person's vision. Hence the load on vision and headaches. We tried to project directly onto the eye, but the vision deteriorated very quickly.
          1. mogus
            mogus 5 July 2013 03: 20 New
            +2
            the plane went into series. Let's wait. Anyway, there will be reviews of pilots - more or less learn about the real opportunities and problems drinks
  6. washi
    washi 4 July 2013 11: 49 New
    +1
    Until the end of the 40s, we swirled in the west. Then vice versa
    1. cdrt
      cdrt 4 July 2013 12: 32 New
      +2
      Yes Yes. Sidewinder for example ...
      They copied as soon as they could get.
      Actually we have them.
      We technologically (for the smartest, I repeat - technologically, that is, according to the capabilities of the equipment and production processes) lagged behind in most areas probably before the beginning-mid-197X.
      Since then, real advanced developments have already begun, which safely flowed together with people in 199X. Probably there is a separate space race, well, this is actually actually a confrontation between two or three men wink wink
      1. dustycat
        dustycat 4 July 2013 19: 52 New
        +2
        The sidewind problem in the brains of generals from the Moscow Region and the electronics industry was.
        Some kept saying “we don’t need it” until the losses became devastating.
        Others until the collapse of the USSR kept repeating - our microcircuits are the most microcircuits in the world in terms of their production volume.
        Yes, our just copied them. But it was precisely copied - using and inventing their technologies and available elemental base, but not stolen.
        So this is still a feat of our gunsmiths. The Chinese could not repeat it. They just got our factories for their release with our technology.

        The same nonsense with code transmission of information - while our tanks, artillery, aviation and infantry units exchanged with each other via the voice channel and occasionally (during exercises) using the code channel at a speed of 1200 baud - fuel and lubricants and TsDMA were introduced in the armies of a likely ally.
        With CDMA, in general, a joke — no one worked on all the mathematics and theory of noise-like signals in the world except the USSR — was considered meaningless if there were good noiseless communication channels. But after the collapse of the USSR, all microchips could immediately be bought in Taiwan.
        Now Russia is purchasing LTE technology.

        And our military is still fighting analogue communications.
  7. aleshka1987
    aleshka1987 4 July 2013 12: 15 New
    +3
    The article is pro-Western, nothing has been written about the Shchel-Zum system developed in the USSR - it is simple, reliable and very effective. It was she who was part of the superiority of our pilots in close air combat. Now, unfortunately, our opponents have gone ahead and made up for lost time.
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 4 July 2013 12: 20 New
      +1
      The article is translated, not pro-Western
    2. Professor
      4 July 2013 12: 36 New
      +1
      Quote: aleshka1987
      The article is pro-Western, nothing has been written about the Slot-Zoom system developed in the USSR

      Pro-western? Hmm ... Not a word about having no analogues in the world and the best in the world ... request

      Here is more detailed in Russian.
      Electromagnetic positioning system for helmet-mounted target designation and indication system

      PS
      But in general for dummies.
      Helmet display systems
    3. Odysseus
      Odysseus 4 July 2013 17: 47 New
      +3
      Quote: aleshka1987
      The article is pro-Western, nothing has been written about the Shchel-Zum system developed in the USSR - it is simple, reliable and very effective.

      Something I didn't quite understand. And this is something- "The USSR started developing and five years later possessed its own helmet with a sight. It turned out to be very effective and scared the NATO Air Force." smile
    4. dustycat
      dustycat 4 July 2013 19: 57 New
      0
      Just an objective article.
      Without drooling, snot and advertising.
  8. ed65b
    ed65b 4 July 2013 12: 28 New
    +1
    Respect professor, good article. I think ours will do something similar or are already doing it. And what about girls, models or pilots in the photo?
    1. dustycat
      dustycat 4 July 2013 19: 56 New
      +2
      Among the generals of people of non-traditional orientation is very rare.
      Therefore, there are models in the first girls, and secondly - figured.
  9. aleshka1987
    aleshka1987 4 July 2013 13: 44 New
    +2
    Quote: Professor
    Quote: aleshka1987
    The article is pro-Western, nothing has been written about the Slot-Zoom system developed in the USSR

    Pro-western? Hmm ... Not a word about having no analogues in the world and the best in the world ... request


    From the sources quoted by you:

    The world's first serially produced helmet-mounted target designation system "Shchel" ("Arsenal", Kiev) with an optical-electronic joint venture appeared on the Soviet MiG-29 and Su-27 fighters.
    1. Rustam
      Rustam 4 July 2013 16: 53 New
      +2
      The world's first serially produced helmet-mounted target designation system "Slit"
      ___________

      NO THIS wink so it can break the cervical vertebrae and look above my photo that our ship pilots will receive from THALES
  10. aleshka1987
    aleshka1987 4 July 2013 13: 54 New
    +4
    Quote: Pimply
    The article is translated, not pro-Western


    With all due respect, I do not see any contradiction here. :)
  11. ed65b
    ed65b 4 July 2013 15: 49 New
    +3
    And today I read that our ordered sniper sights for a moment.
  12. old man54
    old man54 4 July 2013 21: 24 New
    +1
    Well, interesting information, but there are too many general words and phrases, little specifics and exact performance characteristics of such helmets, even the first, pre-production helmets in the west! But I put "+" for interesting information, although the translator of this article is deeply atypical to me!
    translated: professor

    The Israeli Air Force was the first in the West to create one of these helmets and is still the leader in this area.

    as I read this line, then right away, I RESPOND, I was almost sure that it was his doing, this translation! wassat And I was not mistaken ...
    Yes, a person with stubbornness worthy of a donkey continues to praise the military-industrial complex achievements of "his historical Motherland", Israel, while he does not disdain to live in Siberia and "suck the tit" of his motherland-stepmother (which he probably considers Russia). Never when I will not understand such !!!
    Something tells me that our Russian military-industrial complex has groundwork in this area, and maybe even worse than Western ones, and certainly cheaper, as usual. Why aren't they in the air force? The eternal question and misunderstanding of the last 20 years!
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 4 July 2013 21: 45 New
      +1
      Quote: old man54
      Something tells me that our Russian military-industrial complex has groundwork in this area.
      Operating time is not a series.
  13. sergey158-29
    sergey158-29 4 July 2013 22: 05 New
    +2
    I hope Russian intelligence and hackers are no worse than Chinese? lol
  14. Cyber7
    Cyber7 4 July 2013 22: 45 New
    +3
    Question.
    A multiprocessor system is engaged in target recognition and guidance. Man is not a multiprocessor system. He is usually able to concentrate on one goal.
    And do not remember the Greeks. This is a legend, and there is no confirmation for it, except for the pathos of the subjects of this very person. And if it’s true - this is the legend of only one person, and in the Air Force pilots - thousands. Are there such?
    So the question is.
    How many goals can a pilot accompany, how efficiently is he able to do this, and how much time does it take to train him?
    And one more question.
    What should he have a basic education and a scientific degree?
    Lower secondary? Higher?
    Should it be MNF? Candidate of SomeTamScience? Doctor?
    Professor?
    1. old man54
      old man54 5 July 2013 01: 03 New
      0
      Quote: Cyber7
      And one more question.
      What should he have a basic education and a scientific degree?
      Lower secondary? Higher?
      Should it be MNF? Candidate of SomeTamScience? Doctor?
      Professor?

      Your hint understood, laughed! laughing But it’s not this one that’s with VO, otherwise it’s better to abolish the Air Force as a kind of troops! :))
  15. mirag2
    mirag2 5 July 2013 00: 38 New
    0
    Well, well, a TCP connection with ELBIT-you give data! Gentlemen of the patriots! Will we help the country ?!
  16. Hug
    Hug 5 July 2013 01: 26 New
    +1
    [quote = old54] quote]
    as I read this line, then right away, I RESPOND, I was almost sure that it was his doing, this translation! wassat And I was not mistaken ...
    Yes, a person with stubbornness worthy of a donkey continues to praise the military-industrial complex achievements of "his historical Motherland", Israel, while he does not disdain to live in Siberia and "suck the tit" of his motherland-stepmother (which he probably considers Russia). Never when I will not understand such !!!



    Judging by this pearl, objective information for you is antipatriotic, it is a Masonic conspiracy against Russia, it is a red rag (mention of the word Israel). It's time to remember the "rootless cosmopolitans." Once again, the rule was confirmed: if there are no arguments, then the best argument is dislike of Jews.
  17. papik09
    papik09 5 July 2013 04: 11 New
    +3
    Quote: Kram
    Quote: report4
    Is Israel again the birthplace of elephants)?
    And so - well done, of course, it’s a pity that the Israeli soldiers as soldiers are nonsense - otherwise they would have conquered the whole world with their helmets .. laughing


    Before speaking, make sure your tongue is connected to the brain!

    And he does not have to. His language is completely independent, and fingers on his hands with the brain are not advised. wassat
  18. Zomanus
    Zomanus 7 July 2013 06: 22 New
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    Heh. And we will go the other way. Let's drown out their helmets, so that instead of target designation, the screen would show “Just wait!”)) I think that the resolution already allows it. In general, one should think not about how to surpass (although this will not hurt), but about how to break their sophisticated technique.