Location
Dubrovichi range, Ryazan region
July 29 - August 11
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TEAM
(UP TO 105 PERSONS for every branch of aviation. EACH TEAM OPERATES OWN AIRСRAFT)
Team leader

Flight crews in ratio crew/aircraft (helicopter)
Flight management crews –
10 persons max.
Coaching group – 2 persons (for every branch of aviation)
Support crew – 10 persons max.
Maintenance personnel –
60 persons max.
STAGES
1.En-route flight, visual aerial reconnaissance and piloting technique.
2.Flight to attack ground (naval) target.

AIRCRAFT

Operational-tactical aviation:
Fighter aviation: Su-27,Su-30,MiG-29,Su-35
(Three aircraft: two main (pair), one — reserve);
Ground attack aviation: Su-25
Bomber aviation: Su-24, Su-34
Military transport aviation: IL-76
Army aviation: Ka-52, Mi-35, Mi-28N, Mi-8

1 STAGE
EN-ROUTE FLIGHT, VISUAL AERIAL
RECONNAISSANCE AND PILOTING TECHNIQUE
1. SU-25 AIRCRAFTS

SU-25
Pair flight in formation, visual aerial reconnaissance and in the area for standard aerobatics at low altitude. THE GOAL: to assess skills of flight crews in implementation of the elements of flight navigation, piloting technique and the search for terrestrial objects.
TERMS: the exercise is performed at the VFR according to crew training level.
Time: 5 min. The height of the top point of the vertical maneuver is not below 1500 m.
MISSION:
1. Takeoff one by one (in a pair).
2. After takeoff perform en-route flight (3 waypoints), access survey area.
3. Search for ground objects by means of tactical reconnaissance.
4. In the zone in altitude envelope 200–2500 m to perform:
− Rolling circle 60° at an altitude 500 m.


− Rolling circle 45° at an altitude 300 m.
− Zoom at degree 30°.
− Diving at degree 30° on the horizontal flight at an altitude 300 m.
− Turning pullup. − Diving at degree up to 20°.
5. After performing the task one by one landing from circle, altitude 300 m.

2. SU-27, SU-30, MIG-29, SU-25 AIRCRAFT





Pair flight for formation flying, visual aerial reconnaissance and advanced piloting at low altitude.
THE GOAL:
to assess skills of flight crews in implementation of elements of flight navigation, piloting technique and the search for ground objects.
TERMS:
to perform the exercises at the VFR under visibility of the horizon. Time: 5 min. The height of the top point of the vertical maneuver is not below 1500 m.
MISSION:
1. Takeoff off one by one (in a pair).
2. After takeoff perform en-route flight (3 waypoints) and access to the survey area.
3. Search for ground objects by means of tactical reconnaissance.
4. Running out training flying zone at target time.
5. In the zone in altitude envelope 500–3000 m to perform:
− limit thrust turning under the maximum mode of engine operation at an altitude 500 m.;
− limit thrust turning under afterburning mode of engine operation at an altitude 500 m.;
− zoom at degree 45°;
− semi-split-S; − skewed loop;
− nesterov's loop;
− combat turn in the form of skewed loop.
6. Running into upper maneuvers to perform at an altitude not below 500 m.
7. After performing the task one by one landing from circle altitude 300 m.

3. SU-24, SU-34 AIRCRAFT

SU-24

Flight along the route with a wing variable sweep, on the visual aerial reconnaissance and in a zone on advanced pilotage at low-level altitude.
THE GOAL: to rate aircrew skills in implementing the elements of air navigation, retrieval of land objects and piloting technique.
TERMS: the exercise is performed at the VFR according to crew training level.
MISSION:
1. After takeoff to perform en-route flight (3 waypoints) with an exit to the area of reconnaissance.
2. A search for ground objects by means of reconnaissance.
3. An exit to the pilotage zone at the stipulated time.
4. In the zone in a range of altitudes from 200 to 3000 m at a wing sweep at 45° to perform:


− a banking with a limit power under the maximum mode of engine operation at 600 m altitude.
− an airspeed zoom with a pitch angle of 45° with the input action at 200 m height;
− a dive with a pitch angle of 30° with the recovery at the altitude not less than 600 m.;
− a combat turn with a pitch angle of 30° with the input action at 200 m height;
− a dive with a pitch angle of 20° with the recovery at the altitude not less than 300 m.
5. En-route flight to the landing airfield.

4. IL-76 AIRCRAFT

IL-76

En-route flight to the variable profile.
THE GOAL: rate aircrew skills in the implementing the elements of air navigation.
TERMS: the exercise is performed at the VFR according to crew training level.
MISSION: after takeoff to perform en-route flight (4 waypoints) with access to the Control Point (Benchmark) at a specified time.

5. KA-52, MI-35, MI-28N, MI-8 HELICOPTERS

En-route pair flight for visual aerial reconnaissance in the area for simple aerobatics at low altitudes.
THE GOAL: tо rate aircrew skills (groups) in implementing the elements of air navigation, piloting technique and the search of terrestrial objects.
TERMS: exercises are performed in VFR when visibility is not less than 3500 m and cloud base of at least 350 m. The quest—6 minutes. The height of the high points of the vertical figures not less than 400 m. The withdrawal from the descending figures perform at a height of not less than 200 m. Flight ordering of the pair—"bearing helicopters".

MISSION:
1. Take off one by one (pair).
2. After takeoff to perform en-route flight (3 waypoints), access survey area.
3. Search of ground objects of various tactics of intelligence.
4. Access to the flying area at a given time.
5. In the area at altitudes of 200-400 m run:
− level flight at a speed of 200 km/h in the right (left) bearing;
− dropping speed to 150 km/h;

− left upward spiral. Speed of 150 km/h, the vertical velocity of 4–5 m/s, 200 m altitude input, output height 400 m roll of 15°;
− right downward spiral. Speed of 150 km/h, the vertical velocity of 3–4 m/s, 400 m altitude input, output height 200 m roll of 15°;
− turn left with the re-formation in the opposite bearing when turning on to the supporting aircraft. Speed of 200 km/h, the list 25°.
6. En-route flight to the landing airfield.
2 STAGE
FLIGHT TO ATTACK
GROUND TARGET
1. SU-25, SU-27, SU-35, MIG-29 AIRCRAFT

SU-25
Pair flight to attack ground targets.
THE GOAL: to evaluate the results of combat use of flight crew(s) on the ground (sea) targets.
TERMS: the exercise is performed at the VFR according to crew training level.
MISSION:
1. Rise and construction order of battle.
2. En-route flight.
3. A target approach at a predetermined time.
4. Launching an UGM on a certain target after a pullup.
5. Shooting from a gun on the intended target dive after a combat turn.
6. En-route flight to the landing airfield.

2. SU-24, SU-34 AIRCRAFT

SU-34

Flight to attack ground (naval) targets
THE GOAL:
to estimate the results of combat usage of flight crews to ground (naval) targets
TERMS:
the exercise is performed at the VFR according to crew training level
MISSION:
1. Takeoff
2. En-route flight
3. A target approach at a predetermined time
4. Bombing a specified target in a horizontal flight
5. Launching a UGM on a certain target while diving flight after a combat turn
6. En-route flight to the landing airfield

3. IL-76 AIRCRAFT

IL-76

Accurate single cargo drop flight.
THE GOAL:
to evaluate the results of the combat use of accurate single cargo drop flight..
TERMS:
the exercise is performed at the VFR according to crew training level.
MISSION:
1. Takeoff.
2. En-route flight.
3. Output on the target at a specified time.

4. Cargo dropping to the designated area in a horizontal flight.
5. En-route flight to the landing airfield..

4. KA-52, MI-35, MI-28N, MI-8 HELICOPTERS

Flight pairs on the use of destruction force against ground targets.
THE GOAL: to evaluate the results of combat use of flight crews against ground targets.
TERMS: − The exercise is performed at the VFR according to crew training level. − Flight pair order – "helicopters bearing" on the interval and the 50×70 m. − NAR shooting led crew is to make on team-leader command without individual aiming. − Shooting from the ACT leading crew is to produce with individual aiming. − Flight altitude on the combat course is at least 50 m, the speed of 160–200 km/h.

MISSION:
1. Takeoff, access to the departure point.
2. Exit on the combat course, detection, identification of the ground target.
3. Maneuvers to perform shooting, aiming and use of weapons.
4. The start of the fighting way to go with the calculated course. On the range to perform up to 3 trials.


5. TSA shooting to perform:
− firing unguided missiles with the range 2500–1500 m.;
− the firing of small weapons and guns with the range 1500–800 m.
6. En-route flight to the landing airfield.

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