|At this point, all the nerves are stretched to the limit and requires maximum concentration, and here on-board communications have been reported from the second pilot, flashing lights readiness military weapons, something lit on the radar screen, and even go some commands from the ground. At the moment the pilot is experiencing a nervous overload that his brain is blocked and the information before him comes. During the Vietnam War, many U.S. pilots took as a rule immediately after the start off a large portion of onboard systems and adopt the basic analysis of the situation itself (we do not know not whether the same practices and our pilots in Afghanistan).|
Yes, modern means of equipping fighter-bombers, of course good, but still remains the main man, his skill and his self-preservation instinct, by which he thinks and acts for limits of the possible.
One of the main qualities that are brought up in Pilots of the interceptor is a sense of confidence, consciousness, that he - the best. Without such a feeling in the air battle is better not to join. On the other hand, it never borders on arrogance, negligence and slowpoke. An experienced pilot, how would He neither focused on the attack in a responsible moment, however yet sufficiently well prepared to instantly calculate risk and make the only right decision.