Crew operates radar equipment at the control center of the Command Guidance System for Titan I missile in the United States.
United States USA Date:1962, June 1 Duration:2 min 33 sec Sound:Yes
Activities at the control center of the Command Guidance System for Titan I missile in the United States. Radar equipment and guidance computers are placed in the operation room. Materials required for inserting targets into computers are supplied by the targeting package. Target tape, guidance program tape and digital simulation tape included in the launch control folder. It also includes 9 cards and launch control council labels. The target tape and guidance program tape are fed into computer om computer room to give desired trajectory for missiles. The information is stored in computer and is checked for accuracy of transfer. The cards are place in a reader. Which transmits information. Council labels are placed on the launch control council to identify targets stored in the computer. Using stored information and the digital simulation tape a close loop test is stimulated. The resulting computer commands are compared with the precalculated value stored on digital simulation tape. The Missile Combat Crew Commander sets on switches. Target is verified and target package identification label and target designation number are printed out. Targets are stored in guidance computers once targeting is completed. New targets can be substituted in the target library.
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