South China Sea Fleet successfully landed a new destroyer helicopter deck at night
carrier-based helicopter landed on the ship deck. Newspaper were taken
special correspondent Wang Haikou newspaper on August 23 Xinhua Yang Q, Wang were special correspondent reports: August 11, the South China Sea a sea As night fell, the ocean, the waves are traveling to a helicopter of a new guided missile destroyer fly-by, a smooth landing on the deck. South China Sea Fleet Air Force flying mission of a certain type of ship-borne helicopters successful night landing training.
19 hours, the first head of Shao Jingshan flying at low altitude and flew to the intended area. About 15 minutes later in the night enveloped the sea, a ship come into view are moving. 1500 meters away from the ship, the crew put away gear, locked the main wheel. Captain Shao Jingshan press machine outside the communication buttons: “asked the landing!”
“pay attention to height, speed, can be landing.” Naval commander orders. Shao Jingshan flew quickly established route, pointing down the deck height. At this point, sky dark, in driving at night Haibo Tao warships Yingyingchaochao, with the ocean waves.
19 30 pm, the aircraft outside the port side of ship hovering over the height of 8 meters. Light irradiation, a strong air blowing the water, as a huge lotus flower in full bloom. Commander holding the deck lights to guide the helicopter fell rapidly, firmly parked on the flight deck circle.
commander, said the helicopter landing at night, is a ship-based helicopter flight training insurance difficult subjects. Night flying at sea, aircraft, ships are in motion, the carrier-based pilots on speed, altitude, direction is more difficult to accurately determine the timing of landing is not easy to grasp. To this end, crew training courses prior to the characteristics, handling special situations, the landmark collaboration to identify and ship machines such as a special study, from daytime to night-platform platform, flying at low altitude from the sea at night to the low altitude flight, increasing difficulties in training.