A certain land aviation brigade of the 73rd group army was strict with difficulties and highlighted the training of highly difficult subjects

Fuzhou on October 17, with a green signal bullet cut through the sky, more than 20 hawks took off in turn and went straight to the training airspace. Recently, a land aviation brigade of the 73rd group army carried out a number of difficult courses. < / P > < p > in a certain sea area, a formation composed of two helicopters lowers the flight altitude and reconnoiters the enemy’s sea targets. The helicopter formation evades the radar search of “enemy” target and approaches the target reconnaissance quickly. The crew cooperated closely, quickly established the attack route and locked the target, and launched simulated fire attack on the target. In this flight, they strengthened the training from difficulty to severity, and organized troops to carry out high difficulty courses such as special information disposal, air reconnaissance, formation flying, low altitude penetration, etc., to further verify and improve the tactical tactics and tactics. < p > < p > in a certain field area, pilot Xu Lei carried out field training in a narrow field. He manipulated the fighter to lower the flight altitude, searched the landing position independently, and kept the plane in good condition. With excellent technology, he steadily landed the helicopter in an open field alternate landing field. “The helicopter takes off and lands in a narrow field in the field, without tower command and ground guidance. It completely depends on the pilot’s own ability level, experience accumulation and independent judgment, which tests the pilot’s ability to perform tasks in strange and complex environments.” Xu Lei said. < p > < p > after the training, they summarized the training situation of that day and consolidated the training results. Chen Cheng, a brigade staff officer, said: “practical training is necessary in actual combat. This flight reflects the requirements of actual combat, achieves the effect of promoting combat effectiveness, and lays the foundation for the follow-up training tasks.”