Pilot Rotary Wing Course

Training code
PRWC-1

The following test was created to accurately assess the skillset of an applicant for the rotary badge. You will go through a series of in-game tests with an examiner to check whether or not you are capable of accomplishing the following feats. This training requires 1 examiner and a test map with a mission

Qualification prerequisites

To pass this checklisted training you can only fail to demonstrate one minor qualification. Failing to demonstrate any of the ? major proficiencies will result in a failure. The examiner will explain why you failed these points and what you can do to pass them. The test can be retaken after a period of seven days. Only the points that led to the previous failure will be reassessed.

Checklist

In the non combat test damaging the aircraft and crew/cargo is considered immediate failure of the test.

The pilot must be able to:

  • (MAJ) take off vertically (+-30m) while:
    • (MIN) communicating correctly with other flights, the command element, the crew or cargo,
    • (MAJ) looking out for, and preventing collisions.
  • (MAJ) approach the AO in a suitable manner while:
    • (MAJ) communicating correctly with other flights, the command element, the crew or cargo,
    • (MAJ) looking out for and preventing collisions,
    • (MAJ) choosing an appropriate route,
    • (MAJ) flying low enough,
    • (MIN) using the terrain as cover if appropriate.
  • (MAJ) function as a scouting element while:
    • (MAJ) communicating correctly with other flights, the command element, the crew or cargo,
    • (MAJ) looking out for and preventing collisions,
    • (MIN) choosing an appropriate route,
    • (MIN) flying high enough,
    • (MIN) using the terrain as cover if appropriate.
  • (MIN) rotate the aircraft without gaining momentum in any direction.
  • (MAJ) land the aircraft safely without damaging it.
  • (MAJ) perform standard landings while:
    • (MIN) communicating correctly with other flights, the command element, the crew or cargo,
    • (MAJ) looking out for and preventing collisions,
    • (MAJ) choosing an appropriate LZ,
    • (MAJ) approaching the LZ in curve,
    • (MIN) bleeding off speed vertically and horizontally without gaining altitude.
  • (MAJ) Take off and land with a destroyed anti-torque
    • (MIN) Land the aircraft with a destroyed anti-torque without damaging it
  • (MAJ) perform emergency landings while:
    • (MAJ) communicating correctly with other flights, the command element, the crew or cargo,
    • (MIN) looking out for and preventing collisions,
    • (MIN) choosing an appropriate LZ.
    • (MAJ) Perform successful auto rotation.
  • (MAJ) perform pinpoint landings while:
    • (MIN) communicating correctly with other flights, the command element, the crew or cargo,
    • (MAJ) looking out for and preventing collisions,
    • (MAJ) choosing an appropriate LZ.
  • (MAJ) perform a drop-off on a sloped surface while:
    • (MIN) communicating correctly with other flights, the command element, the crew or cargo,
    • (MAJ) looking out for and preventing collisions,
    • (MIN) choosing an appropriate LZ.

Rotary (combat)

The pilot must be able to:

  • (MAJ) engage and destroy or disable hostile targets. While:
    • (MAJ) selecting the correct weapon for the targets,
    • (MIN) surviving the engagement,
    • (MAJ) effectively en efficiently dodge incoming projectiles,
    • (MAJ) applying hit and run tactics,
    • (MAJ) using hilltops or other terrain as cover,
    • (MAJ) selecting priority targets,
    • (MIN) keeping equipment Loss to a minimum,
    • (MAJ) communicating with observing elements,
    • (MIN) reporting back to the commanding elements: SITREP.
  • (MAJ) approach the AO in a suitable manner.
  • (MAJ) eject from the aircraft while reporting back all information needed to recover the pilot or valuable cargo.

Awarded upon completion:

5 MM
Qualification