Mk. 82 CCIP Missions

Mk. 82 CCIP Missions

Postby Danny » Thu Jan 08, 2015 6:20 pm

This phase is in the use of CCIP bombing using Mk. 82 general purpose bombs but will also count for Mk. 84's

There are 3 missions in this phase

MISSION PROFILE

Aircraft is on runway, ready for take-off. Follow waypoints to the range, carry out the serial, upload trackfile.

Read the attached PDF for full instructions

Video links:

http://youtu.be/2Oe3FIe8-mM
http://youtu.be/EjkGSw8gAcw

Good luck

Cheers Danny
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Re: Mk. 82 CCIP Missions

Postby Jim.Hall » Sat Jan 10, 2015 4:25 pm

Great vid!
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Re: Mk. 82 CCIP Missions

Postby David Lindau » Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:31 pm

Any alt. requirements on the 3/9 and 5mil run's?
Been running it between 9 - 12K and that pipper is pretty small.
What quals as a hit, outer, inner - direct?
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Re: Mk. 82 CCIP Missions

Postby Danny » Wed Feb 11, 2015 7:42 pm

Hi David,

There are no limits. Just think about the height you will lose, and where you will be if you were getting fired at if not on the range.

The nearer to the centre the better.

The philosephy behind these missions is to start easy and get more complex as we go on, because of varying skill levels.

I have been puposefully vague with the briefings because:-

I wanted to see the level of each individual so we can cater our training to where it is needed.

I want people, like you have and others, to question themselves, me and each other to get the best out of our aircraft.

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