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1 San Diego Police Department Air Support Unit Helicopter Tactical Flight Officer Training Guide Training Officer Copy

2 Congratulations on your selection as an Air Support Unit Tactical Flight Officer. This guidebook has been developed to ensure that all TFO trainees receive the same level of training and performance evaluation. It outlines what skills the trainee will be required to demonstrate. This manual will serve as a valuable tool as the trainee and Air Support Unit personnel work toward successful completion of the TFO Training Program. Air Support Unit personnel should establish a friendly, open and professional rapport with TFO candidates. Development and learning come through effective communication, and the rapport developed between the candidates and Air Support Unit personnel are paramount to this communication. Air Support Unit personnel should convey a positive attitude regarding the unit itself and the candidates participation in it. It is particularly important for Air Support Unit personnel involved in training to maintain a positive and objective attitude toward candidates. The goal of the training program is to develop a viable, well-trained observer, not to simply get the candidate through the training program. Sufficient flexibility has been designed into the program so the individual needs of the candidate and the overall needs of the department and the Air Support Unit can be met. It is expected that the candidates have the necessary qualities to become an effective TFO and will, with the proper training, be successful. The responsibility of the Air Support Unit staff is to provide the most conducive environment for the candidate to succeed. The new TFO trainee and Air Support Unit personnel should understand that the effectiveness, image, and future of the Unit and the Department are substantially determined by the quality of its personnel. Page - 2 -

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Evaluation Sheet... 4 Acceptance Of Criticism... 6 Aircraft Emergency Procedures... 7 Aircraft Pre-Flight... 8 Aircraft Starting Procedures...10 Communications...11 Hot Stops...12 Judgment and Initiative...13 Location And Orientation/Map Book...14 Missing Persons...15 NVG Operation...16 Perimeter Containment...17 Post-Flight Procedures...18 Pre-Flight Briefings And Administrative Tasks...19 Pursuits...20 Radio Procedures...21 Search And Rescue...22 Suspect Searches...23 Tactical Equipment...24 Unit Guidelines...26 Page - 3 -

4 San Diego Police Department Air Support Unit Tactical Flight Officer Trainee Evaluation Trainee s Name: ID #: Date: / / Trainer s Name: ID #: Evaluation conducted during: DAY NIGHT (circle one) Phase of Training: Initial Recurrent Cumulative Check (circle one) PERFORMANCE ANCHORS 1. Acceptance of Criticism A I U N 2. Aircraft Emergency Procedures C M N O 3. Aircraft Pre-Flight C P A T 4. Aircraft Starting Procedures E R C 5. Communications P O C O 6. Hot Stops T V E B 7. Judgment and Initiative A E P S 8. Location and Orientation / Map Book B M T E 9. Missing Persons L E A R 10. NVG Operations E N B V 11. Perimeter Containment T L E 12. Post-Flight Procedures E D 13. Pre-Flight Procedures N 14. Pursuits E 15. Radio Procedures E 16. Search and Rescue D 17. Suspect Searches E 18. Tactical Equipment D 19. Unit Guidelines TRAINEE TRAINER TRAINING SERGEANT UNIT LIEUTENANT ADMIN USE SIGNATURES DATE Page - 4 -

5 San Diego Police Department Air Support Unit Tactical Flight Officer Trainee Evaluation Mandatory Headers: General Comments, Strong Points, Weak Points, Training Strategies General Comments: This was Officer Smith s 4 th day of TFO training. Smith flew three flights today. The first flight was a continuation of his airborne orientation and map book drills. During this flight, Smith witnessed two power-recovery auto-rotations performed at MYF. We discussed the need for timely, precise radio transmissions on the part of the TFO during aircraft emergencies. The second flight was an actual patrol flight as the duty helicopter crew with Smith acting in the TFO capacity. During the third flight, Smith observed from the backseat, as another trainee worked the TFO position. Strong Points: Smith was able to orient himself utilizing the map book and binoculars in a rapid and proficient manner. Smith did not hesitate to point-out air traffic and other possible hazards and exhibited good aircrew coordination. Smith was open to my input at all times, and generally acted quickly on any recommendations I made. Weak Points: Smith needs to increase his familiarity with the police radios and audio panel. He is slow to make changes to radio configurations and continues to has difficulty properly programming the scan function. Training Strategies: We will continue working as the duty helicopter crew with heavy emphasis on airborne orientation and utilization of all radios. Our number priority will be answering as many radio calls as possible to gain experience in as many different situations and radio configurations as possible. Page - 5 -

6 ACCEPTANCE OF CRITICISM The TFO accepts constructive input and incorporates the information, advice or direction, into appropriate performance and behavioral changes. The TFO is open to suggestions, criticism and questions, while maintaining an effective, cooperative working environment. IMPROVEMENT NEEDED: The TFO is defensive in accepting responsibility for sub-standard performance and denies the validity of critical input. The TFO is defensive during instruction or lacks openness to suggestions. UN The TFO is argumentative or antagonistic during training. The TFO does not participate with the training officer or other unit personnel in discussions intended to improve performance. The TFO is repeatedly defensive during training or training discussions. The TFO demonstrates a lack of commitment to learning.

7 AIRCRAFT EMERGENCY PROCEDURES The TFO demonstrates a thorough knowledge and proficiency with the listed tasks. The TFO needs to be reminded of a specific emergency procedure. The TFO performs an emergency procedure incorrectly but with minimal training correctly performs the procedure. UN The TFO fails to understand or demonstrate one or more emergency procedures. The TFO demonstrates an inability to learn, practice or retain emergency procedures or is unable to perform emergency procedures correctly. 1) Transmits aircraft location, nature of the emergency and need for assistance on appropriate police frequency as time permits 2) Demonstrates proper crash position for non-flying crew members 3) Briefs passengers on emergency when able to 4) Explains emergency water egress procedures including a. Use of reference point b. Seatbelt and helmet cord consideration c. Proper use of floatation equipment 5) Knows location and operation of aircraft fuel valve 6) Explains aircraft evacuation procedures for crew and passengers 7) Explains basic understanding of post-crash survival including: a. Lost and found considerations b. Available radio communications c. Signaling devices 8) Explains in-flight fire or smoke in cockpit considerations 9) Explains considerations for pilot incapacitation 10) Explains emergency versus precautionary landings Page - 7 -

8 AIRCRAFT PRE-FLIGHT The TFO demonstrates a thorough knowledge of aircraft preparation and the pre-flight procedures required for patrol operations. The TFO consistently performs all TFO related pre-flight preparations and procedures, including the installation of required equipment, and ensures that all required equipment is in good working order. IMPROVEMENT NEEDED: The TFO displays a significant understanding of aircraft preparation and most pre-flight procedures. The TFO, on occasion, fails to properly pre-flight, install, check or equip the aircraft with required equipment. UNACEPTABLE: The TFO repeatedly fails to demonstrate an understanding or retention of aircraft preflight preparation or procedures. The TFO improperly installs, removes or equips the aircraft with the required operational equipment. The TFO repeatedly fails to ensure that required equipment is in good working order. The TFO fails to follow pre-flight procedures. 1) Installs or removes the Night sun and Nightsun hand controller from the helicopter airframe mounts. 2) Installs or removes the FLIR imager and FLIR hand controller from the helicopter airframe mounts. 3) Ensures the gyro-stabilized binoculars have the appropriate power or battery pack installed. 4) Installs and removes the gyro-stabilized binoculars from the aircraft. 5) Cleans helicopter windscreen and windows as needed. 6) Cleans FLIR and VCR camera lenses as needed. 7) Ensures all individual tactical and safety gear is on board aircraft and functioning before takeoff. Required gear includes: a. Flight suit, helmet, gloves, boots b. NVG helmet mount and NVGs (as required) c. Web gear, including holstered handgun, handcuffs, flashlight and portable radio. 8) Ensures all tactical and support equipment is present in the aircraft prior to takeoff Required equipment includes: a. Gyro-stabilized binoculars b. Map book c. FLIR Controller d. Night Sun Controller e. Passenger ICS and headset f. TFO -- ICS Box and cord g. Rescue Ring h. Smoke Canister i. Life Jackets (crew and passenger) j. Passenger motion sickness bag Page - 8 -

9 k. VCR tape in Tape Player and extra VCR tapes in duty bag l. Aircraft duty bag m. Aircraft first-aid kit n. Crew Gunner s Belt Page - 9 -

10 AIRCRAFT STARTING PROCEDURES The TFO exhibits a commitment to, and an understanding of, the responsibilities of the TFO during aircraft starting procedures. The TFO ensures the listed tasks are consistently followed. IMPROVEMENT NEEDED: The TFO demonstrates a general understanding of his/her responsibilities during aircraft starting procedures. The TFO occasionally fails to follow a specific procedure but upon being reminded, or recognizing an error, immediately takes appropriate corrective action. UN The TFO repeatedly fails to follow aircraft starting procedures, or demonstrates a degree of carelessness or indifference to the starting procedures. The TFO has to be repeatedly reminded of procedures and appears unwilling to learn specific tasks. The TFO becomes distracted or loses focus during starting procedures, or jeopardizes the safe start of an aircraft or the safety of unit personnel. 1) Ensures all hangar doors are closed prior starting the aircraft 2) Knows the location and proper storage of portable battery carts 3) Selects the proper battery cart for the appropriate aircraft 4) Ensures the TFO door to the aircraft is open prior to start 5) Ensures all other aircraft doors and hatches are secured 6) Ensures the aircraft fuel cap is secured 7) Ensures the blade tie down device is removed and stored 8) Ensures the area immediately surrounding the aircraft is free of debris, obstructions and people 9) Reads the pre-starting and start portion of the checklist to the pilot from the exterior of the aircraft 10) Properly plugs the portable battery unit into the aircraft when directed to do so by the pilot 11) Disconnects the portable battery unit from the aircraft when directed by the pilot to do so 12) Demonstrates knowledge of appropriate hand signals used to notify the pilot of a fire or any other reason to abort the start 13) Demonstrates knowledge of the procedures to be followed in the event of an aircraft fire during starting procedures, including the operating procedures of the AMEREX fire fighting apparatus 14) Reads the remainder of the pre-takeoff checklist to the pilot from inside the aircraft Page

11 COMMUNICATIONS The TFO clearly demonstrates the ability to perform the required communication skills under routine and stressful situations. The TFO is able to listen and communicate effectively with the PIC, Communications Division, allied agencies and ground officers during routine and critical incidents. The TFO is able to communicate with the PIC, Communications Division, allied agencies and ground officers. However, on occasion, the TFO fails to monitor the appropriate radio frequencies or provide clear, concise, or timely information. UN The TFO repeatedly fails to communicate crucial information to the PIC, Communications Division, allied agencies or ground officers. The TFO is unaware of available information, improperly interprets information, or routinely provides poor direction or information to others. 1) Demonstrates a clear understanding of the TFO s role in the safe, effective operation of the aircraft. 2) Demonstrates an understanding of airport traffic patterns and communicates with the PIC to identify potentially hazardous air traffic. 3) Effectively communicates with the PIC and ground units to coordinate missions, with an emphasis on: a. Timely exchange of important information b. Short concise exchange of pertinent information c. Effective coordination with units on multiple frequencies during same incident Page

12 HOT STOPS The TFO displays a comprehensive understanding of their role and abilities during a hot stop. The TFO correctly interprets situational factors, thus enhancing the safety and efficiency of ground officers. The TFO correctly uses tactical equipment including, the Nightsun, FLIR and or videotape. The TFO needs to be reminded to properly utilize tactical equipment or misses the opportunity to enhance ground officers safety. UN The TFO fails to recognize obvious situational needs of the PIC or the officers on the ground. The TFO fails to communicate meaningful direction or information to the PIC or officers on the hot stop. The TFO fails to anticipate the need for tactical equipment or is unable to use the equipment due to lack of foresight, familiarity or training with the equipment. 1) Assists the pilot in positioning the aircraft 2) Clearly communicates the progress of the stop 3) Establishes traffic posts 4) Is aware of Nightsun s effect on ground officers 5) Conducts visual inspection of the suspect vehicle to the degree possible 6) Uses tactical equipment as appropriate 7) Uses video camera as available/appropriate Page

13 JUDGEMENT AND INITIATIVE The TFO exhibits sound judgment in all matters relating to the safety of unit personnel and the preservation and care of ASU equipment. The TFO demonstrates sound judgment through careful consideration and assessment of known risk factors. The TFO displays an understanding of the capabilities of ASU equipment. The TFO makes sound decisions based on available information and experience. He or she anticipates problems and takes appropriate action to avoid or eliminate the problem. The TFO seeks ways to support patrol operations during routine and critical incidents and strives to improve the unit s effectiveness, efficiency and reputation. The TFO is generally alert to situations, however, was slow to make a decision. Occasionally, the TFO fails to address an unsatisfactory situation, thereby affecting other unit personnel. The TFO misses an opportunity to improve support to patrol operations or other Department personnel. UN The TFO fails to recognize obviously hazardous conditions or recognizes such conditions but fails to address them. The TFO displays a conscious indifference to the proper care of unit equipment. The TFO fails to incorporate essential, relevant information into decision-making. Through poor judgment or inaction, the TFO hampers the effectiveness of unit personnel in accomplishing their mission. Page

14 LOCATION AND ORIENTATION/MAP BOOK The TFO demonstrates, in a timely fashion, the ability to orient themselves through the use of major landmarks or points of reference. The TFO communicates effectively with the PIC to get to a desired location. The TFO is adept in the use of the map book. Occasionally, the TFO is unable to geographically orient themselves while airborne, or repeatedly demonstrates the inability to do so in a timely fashion. The TFO is able to orient themselves but not always in a timely fashion. On occasion, the TFO fails to provide satisfactory direction to the pilot, or has difficulty using the map book to correlate the call with the incident location. UN The TFO is unable to geographically orient themselves while airborne, or repeatedly demonstrates the inability to do so in a timely fashion. The TFO fails to use significant landmarks for orientation. The TFO cannot concisely direct the pilot to the desired location due to an inability to correlate their present location to the desired location. 1) Demonstrates the ability to orient themselves by use of major landmarks 2) Provides meaningful directions for the pilot 3) Finds desired location in map book 4) Correlates location in map book with actual location of call or incident 5) Locates specific incident the through the use of binoculars 6) Demonstrates ability to acquire incident or call location through use of FLIR and or Nightsun Page

15 MISSING PERSONS The TFO demonstrates an understanding of the listed tasks. The TFO coordinates with the pilot and assisting ground units on potential sightings of the missing person. The TFO obtains all relevant information concerning the missing person s description or possible destination. The TFO understands the inherent difficulties with PA announcements and the risks associated with low altitude operations. The TFO uses poor judgment or fails to obtain some of the relevant information. The TFO needs to be reminded to assess the impact of PA announcements. The TFO misses an element of the person s description or possible destination. UN The TFO is indifferent to Missing Persons calls and fails to obtain all relevant information available. The TFO fails to coordinate with ground units or properly assess ABLE s role in the search. The TFO routinely fails to perform the listed tasks. The TFO fails to monitor the impact of PA announcements to the public. 1) Ensures communication is established with a ground unit assigned to the call 2) Coordinates with the ground unit to ensure physical contact is made with the reporting party 3) Obtains the following information: a. Physical description b. Clothing description c. Last known location d. Possible destination e. Time last seen 4) Understands increased risks associated with making low-level PA announcements and determine effectiveness of such announcements 5) Prior to descending, coordinates with the PIC to determine where any announcements will be made 6) Advises Communications Division that PA announcements will be made so they can anticipate potential sightings 7) Makes repeated announcements once in the proper location 8) Observes citizens responses to PA announcements, to determine effectiveness or indications of possible sightings 9) Coordinates with ground units on possible sightings Page

16 NVG OPERATIONS The TFO demonstrates an understanding of and satisfactory performance in the listed NVG tasks. The TFO demonstrates an understanding of the risk factors involved with NVG flight and the need for superior aircrew coordination. The TFO properly handles NVGs. The TFO demonstrates the proper installation and removal of NVGs, proper helmet configuration, and an understanding of NVG failure procedures. The TFO understands the proper use of NVGs but is not proficient in the installation and or removal of NVG equipment. The TFO needs to be reminded of the limitations of NVGs or the procedures for a NVG failure. UN The TFO demonstrates a lack or carelessness in handling NVGs. The TFO is unable to retain knowledge or proficiency in NVG installation and removal. The TFO fails to properly configure their helmet for NVG operations. Ground Responsibilities 1) Views ASU NVG initial training tape 2) Understands goggle care and handling 3) Understands proper helmet configuration Airborne Responsibilities 1) Installs and removes NVGs while wearing helmet 2) Understands NVG failure procedures 3) Understands standardize cockpit lighting configuration 4) Demonstrates knowledge of NVG/FLIR/Nightsun operation Page

17 PERIMETER CONTAINMENT The TFO recognizes when a perimeter needs to be established and is able to coordinate the establishment of such a perimeter. The TFO is slow to recognize when a perimeter is needed, or to direct officers to proper perimeter locations. The TFO has to be reminded to establish a perimeter or does not select proper containment points. UN The TFO does not understand the benefits of perimeter establishment. The TFO repeatedly fails to recognize when a perimeter is appropriate or properly place people in positions to enhance the effectiveness of a perimeter. 1) Demonstrates an understanding of the purpose and importance of incident containment. 2) Demonstrates an understanding of the three types of containment used in air support operations, including: a. Aerial containment b. Ground containment c. Combination of both aerial and ground containment 3) Determines the type of containment required for the particular incident, including the following: a. Fleeing criminals b. Crimes in Progress situations c. Crowd Control situations d. Traffic Management e. Critical Incident situations f. Fire or Hazardous material situations 4) Identifies the target location visually from the helicopter once on scene. 5) Provides direction for immediate aerial containment around a target location 6) Identifies areas or locations that require posting of police personnel to maintain ground containment 7) Coordinates and direct ground officers to locations that establish or enhance containment of the target location 8) Provides timely information as needed while ground units are enroot to the location or while ground units are in the process of establishing their positions. Page

18 POST-FLIGHT PROCEDURES The TFO demonstrates the ability to perform post-flight procedures in a consistent, efficient and safe manner. The TFO has to be reminded of task or procedure, or performs tasks inconsistently. UN The TFO demonstrates a consistent level of carelessness or indifference to post-flight procedures. The TFO fails to follow the established checklist or after repeated training is unable to remember procedures. 1) Calls aircraft engine cool down and engine shut down checklist to pilot 2) Advises passengers of cool down procedures 3) Remains in aircraft during cool down 4) Demonstrates a complete understanding of refueling procedures to include: a. Safe operation of fuel truck b. Emergency fire and spill procedures c. Fuel quantity required by each aircraft 5) Secures seatbelts, other equipment and rotor blades 6) Ensures and procedures with Communications Division 7) Prepares journal 8) Prepares ABLE logs 9) Impounds and or copies evidentiary videotapes Page

19 PRE-FLIGHT PROCEDURES The TFO thoroughly follows pre-flight procedures and efficiently handles pre-flight administrative tasks, thus enhancing the overall efficiency of the unit. The TFO fails to plan ahead in conducting pre-flight administrative tasks, causing the unit s efficiency to be compromised. The TFO is occasionally unprepared for work or fails to perform a specific pre-flight task. UN The TFO repeatedly demonstrates the inability to conduct pre-flight briefings in a logical, articulate manner. The TFO consistently displays an inability to prepare for flight in a timely manner. The TFO fails to perform, or displays an indifference to, pre-flight procedures. 1) Knows the codes and procedures for entering and securing the Air Support Unit facilities 2) Knows the location of hangar light control switches and electrical circuit breakers 3) Knows the location of the Key Control Box 4) Knows the location of the daily flight schedules, line-up briefing book and aircraft squawk book 5) Knows the location of commonly used forms 6) Ensures daily flight schedule is faxed to the appropriate Department entities 7) Understands the Unit s telephone and voice mail retrieval systems 8) Understands the alpha-mate paging system 9) Prepares the daily activity journal 10) Understands the procedures for creating and distributing ABLE logs 11) Conducts a thorough passenger safety briefing with and without the use of the ASU Safety Briefing video 12) Prepares passenger safety briefing and ride along forms as needed 13) Performs fuel truck inspection and sump draining procedures as outlined in fuel truck inspection book Page

20 PURSUITS The TFO demonstrates a take charge attitude during a pursuit, and is able to perform the task list while under the stress of a pursuit. The TFO remains calm, communicating effectively with the PIC, ground units, supervisors and Communications Division. The TFO fails to communicate important, relevant information to the PIC, ground units, supervisors and Communications Division. The TFO is unable to perform some of pursuit task list. UN The TFO is timid, unsure and reluctant to become involved in a pursuit. He or she becomes excited during a pursuit, resulting in ineffective communications. The TFO is unable to effectively mange available airship resources including the Nightsun, FLIR or radios. The TFO is unable to effectively direct officers. The TFO fails to provide relevant information to Communications, ground officers or supervisors as to the conditions of the pursuit. (GROUND) 1) Views designated ASU pursuit training video tapes 2) Explains video taping considerations (AIR) 1) Accurately observes and relays relevant traffic conditions, hazards and other appropriate information to ground units in a timely manner 2) Speaks in a calm clear voice 3) Re-broadcasts needed information as requested from a supervisor Page

21 RADIO PROCEDURES The TFO demonstrates proficiency in operating the 800 MHz radios, the Nat/Wulfsberg Control heads and audio panel. The TFO demonstrates an understanding of the VHF radios. The TFO occasionally demonstrates some degree of unfamiliarity with the radio equipment but quickly becomes proficient when reminded of procedures. UN The TFO demonstrates a significant degree of unfamiliarity with the radio equipment, even after repeated training opportunities. 800 MHz 1) On/Off 2) Volume 3) Primary channel selector.. (Eastern, Mid-City etc.) 4) Secondary channel selector.( Dispatch-2, Tac-1 etc.) 5) Scan enable/disable 6) Scan Programming 1) On/Off 2) Volume 3) Channel Selection 4) Frequency programming 5) Tones on/off 6) Self-test (Nat only) Nat/Wulfsberg Control Heads 1) On/Off 2) Volume 3) Channel selection/tuning VHF Aircraft Radios Page

22 SEARCH AND RESCUE The TFO demonstrates the ability to perform all of the Search and Rescue tasks listed. The TFO communicates relevant information to the pilot quickly and effectively. The TFO understands the appropriate use of on-board tactical equipment and how to configure each helicopter for an emergency transport. The TFO performs most of the Search and Rescue tasks listed but has to be reminded of certain tasks. However, with minimal prompting, the TFO completes each task successfully. UN The TFO is unable to perform one or more of the Search and Rescue tasks proficiently, even after being instructed and trained several times. 1) Deploys water rescue rings, including smoke markers when necessary 2) Deploys rescue rings without jeopardizing the aircraft 3) Communicates effectively with the pilot in guiding aircraft to the proper drop location 4) Configures each model aircraft for emergency patient transport 5) Removes and cares for aircraft doors 6) Secures loose items in cabin 7) Demonstrates use of the gunner s belt system 8) Explains considerations of off-airport landing operations 9) Explains use of tactical tools in locating missing persons including FLIR, Nightsun, and NVG. Page

23 SUSPECT SEARCHES The TFO is able to use a logical and systematic approach to searching for a desired target. In addition, the TFO is able to modify search patterns or techniques based on evolving circumstances. The TFO is able to coordinate and direct ground officers or other resources during the search process. The TFO is slow to develop a systematic approach during an active search. The TFO has difficulty modifying a search plan in response to developing information. UN The TFO conducts searches in a haphazard fashion, even after constructive input from the pilot or other unit trainers. The TFO is unable to direct ground officers effectively, or utilize other available resources. The TFO is unable to adjust search patterns or related activities to develop an efficient search. (Ground) 1) Views designated search training video tapes (Air) 1) Establishes an effective perimeter 2) Demonstrates a logical search pattern 3) Determines the last known location, time last seen, and if applicable, a possible location 4) Communicates effectively with the pilot, ground officers and Communications Division 5) Utilizes the FLIR, direct ground officers to an infrared heat source using proper safety tactics Page

24 TACTICAL EQUIPMENT The TFO demonstrates competency in preparing, using and storing the tactical equipment. This equipment includes the FLIR, the SX-16 Nightsun, Gyro-stabilized binoculars, Lojack, Pronet and NVGs. The TFO understands and can articulate the purpose and appropriate tactical use of each component system. The TFO is confused or unsure how to operate a specific piece of tactical equipment. The TFO uses a piece of equipment improperly but corrects performance when advised on proper procedures. UN The TFO is routinely confused or unsure of how to operate a specific piece of tactical equipment. The TFO fails to ensure equipment is onboard the aircraft, properly prepared, set-up or ready to use. The TFO does not understand the proper application of available tactical equipment or misuses said equipment. Be able to locate and operate the following: a. Grey scales b. Force transducer c. LCRS control d. Level control e. Gain control f. FLIR focus switch g. Camera focus switch h. Zoom (field of view) i. Iris switch j. Cursor intensity k. Cage controls l. VCR controls Forward Looking Infrared Camera SX-16 NIGHTSUN a. Without illumination, demonstrates the proper use of the Nightsun controls and their location. b. Keeps the searchlight pointed at a residence sized target for two complete orbits without drifting off the target. c. Illuminates a moving vehicle with the searchlight for one minute without the light drifting off the target for an unreasonable amount of time. Page

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