|Another mistake novice pilots is that they
inexperience approach to air combat, as the two-dimensional battle,
although it is obviously a three-dimensional. We must as soon as possible
learn how to use the third dimension, although information about it on the
planar radar screens and not enough. Should master the technique of fighting
not only in the horizontal plane, but the attack with other levels of
Despite the fact that modern aircraft crammed from top to bottom
electronics, designed to assist the pilot, nonetheless
human factor was and remains a major factor in air combat.
The ability of pilots to understand and quickly analyze the situation
depends on its success. Strange, but true that despite the huge
the progress of aviation in the past eighty years, the basics of air combat
they were, and remain so. Jet engines and
homing missiles made this fight very fleeting, but the bottom line
has not changed at all. Electronics electronics, and air combat is
always a duel between two men and not so much depend on how the features
plane, but on how prepared the pilot. More experienced always
wins, even if his plane and a bit outdated.
In practice it is often the case that many
support systems not only simplify the lives of the pilot, but
conversely complicate its task. The noise they generate,
besot and distract him from the most important. Imagine
situation when the on-board electronics gives out the message about the opening of
aircraft missile defense.