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Serie Tutorial : JTAC
« on: August 15, 2012, 18: 22 »
Este tutorial em video (Ingles) para o DCS A-10, foca o uso do JATC, recebendo coordenadas de alvos e como as inserir no computador de bordo.
Como já é conhecido no A-10 existem diversas formas de efectuar a mesma operação, assim sendo coloco aqui algumas para que as possam conhecer e utilizar.

- Introdução ao JTAC.
- Comunicações com JTAC
- Introdução manual de coordenadas pelo CDU
- Introdução de coordenadas pelo TAD
- Marcação de alvos por laser
- Operações nocturnas


A JTAC is a soldier trained and qualified to provide control for attack resources such as artillery, naval fires, and close air support. The position combines the historically-separate roles of controlling artillery, naval fires, close air support (CAS), etc. as well as standardizes practices across branches of the US Armed Forces and participating NATO countries. A pilot or other flight crew acting as an Airborne Forward Air Controller (FAC(A)) will hold a JTAC qualification.


Communication

Primary communication between CAS asset and a JTAC is voice over AM/FM VHF radio. Secondary communication may include datalink message(s) over the SADL/EPLRS data network.


Type in Effect (JP 3-09.3, page xv)

Type in effect specifies the level of control used during the attack.

Type 1 control is used when the JTAC must visually acquire the attacking aircraft and the target for each attack.

Type 2 control is used when the JTAC requires control of individual attacks and any or all of the conditions exist: JTAC is unable to visually acquire the attacking aircraft at weapons release, JTAC is unable to visually acquire the target, and/or the attacking aircraft is unable to acquire the mark/target prior to weapons release.

Type 3 control is used when the JTAC requires the ability to provide clearance for multiple attacks within a single engagement subject to specific attack restrictions, and any or all of the conditions exist: JTAC is unable to visually acquire the attacking aircraft at weapons release; JTAC is unable to visually acquire the target; and/or the attacking aircraft is unable to acquire the mark/target prior to weapons release.


9-Line Brief

The 9-Line Brief is a standardized format delivered from the JTAC to the pilot that specifies the necessary parameters of the attack including target location, directions to fly, friendly positions, and threats.











Qualquer duvida, coloquem um post no respectivo tutorial para que fique tudo organizado.

Enjoy!