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Sikorsky Pave Hawk

Sat Mar 23, 2002 9:25 pm

What is that middle control sticking out for?



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RE: Sikorsky Pave Hawk

Sun Mar 24, 2002 9:51 am

I see that no one has replied, so I'll take a shot at it...

Could it have something to do with the rescue winch of the helicopter? Or maybe it controls the movement of the FLIR camera/spotlight?

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RE: Sikorsky Pave Hawk

Sun Mar 24, 2002 3:46 pm

I would go with the flir control. The winch would be controlled by crew in the back. The FLIR we have on our helicopters has a different control, but...If it is flir which screen do they use to watch it? Does it come up on the cockpit CRT?
 
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RE: Sikorsky Pave Hawk

Thu Mar 28, 2002 11:56 am

Oh I was only thinking of flying stuff, I do not know why I didnt think of that. Now it could be any type of control

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