The only aircraft simulator I have "flown" was an F4 simulator located at the old Naval Training Center in Orlando. They wanted instrument pilots to evaluate a new software program. It did not have an outside visual display, but had a real F4 cockpit and motion simulation. I found out quickly that an F4 needs a lot of power with gear and flaps!
It looks like the current accident at SFO may result in the requirement for additional pilot training in visual approaches. Therefore my question. Are the current latest and greatest simulators adequate to practice purely visual approaches?
I realize that the accident report is not out, but can we get beyond that.