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This category discusses all the controls, switches and displays found in either the front or the back cockpit. And believe us - there are lots of them.



Pilot Instruments Print E-mail
(37 votes, average 3.95 out of 5)
Written by Raptor & Sabc   

We give you a detailed, graphical overview of the instruments available for the pilot in the front cockpit of the F-15E Strike Eagle. We list all the gauges, monitors, indicators, panels and other gadgets (there are lots of them) of both the front dashboard and the left and right side panels ...

Last Updated on Sunday, 03 April 2011
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Head-Up Display Print E-mail
(16 votes, average 3.50 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

The HUD is a piece of glass located on top of the pilot's dashboard, which can display critical information and images superimposed to the pilot's forward view from the cockpit. In this article we give you a throrough description of the F-15E Strike Eagle's HUD and its controls ...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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Pilot Throttle Print E-mail
(12 votes, average 3.92 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

Article about the pilot throttle quadrant, which is located on the left console in the front cockpit. The throttle is part of the HOTAS system, hence it houses lots of buttons and controls. We give a short overview of the functions available on the throttle, plus a few images and a graphical illustration ...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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WSO Controllers Print E-mail
(7 votes, average 3.43 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

For WSO's of the F-15E Strike Eagle there is much more to HOTAS than just functions attached to the throttle and stick switches. The WSO has two more sticks placed on the right and left instrument panel to handle sensor and weapon systems. We describe these controllers in this article ...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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WSO Throttle Print E-mail
(6 votes, average 4.00 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

Article about the pilot throttle quadrant, which is located on the left console in the back cockpit. The WSO receives decreased HOTAS functionality, hence his throttle houses only a few it buttons. We give a short overview of the functions available on the throttle, plus images and an illustration ...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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JHMCS Print E-mail
(20 votes, average 3.65 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

This article is about the Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System, that is the helmet sight available for Strike Eagle aircrew from 2010. We discuss its advantages, working principle, developmental history and technical aspects all complete with images, illustrations and technical data ...

Last Updated on Friday, 11 May 2012
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Pilot Flight Stick Print E-mail
(12 votes, average 3.92 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

Article about the flight control stick located centrally, between the pilot's knees. The stick features HOTAS functionality, hence it houses a multitude of buttons and functions. We give a short overview of the functions available on the pilot flight stick, coupled with images and illustrations ...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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Rudder Pedals Print E-mail
(4 votes, average 3.50 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

An article about the traditional rudder pedals located at the feet of both the pilot and the WSO. They are used to control rudders on the tails of the jet. We give you a short description of their functions and how they work in the F-15E Strike Eagle and how they are integrated into its flight control system ...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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WSO Flight Stick Print E-mail
(5 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

Article about the flight control stick located centrally, between the WSO's knees. The WSO flight control stick mimics the working of the pilot's stick, but lacks some HOTAS functionality. We give a short overview of the functions available for the WSO, coupled with images and illustrations ...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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