Naval aviation platforms and missions
Terms in this set (16)
What are the six core basic capabilities?
Helicopter sea combat (HSC)
Eventually search and rescue
Helicopter training (HT)
Provides basic and advanced training of student rotary wing pilots
Tactical electronic warfare (VAQ)
Fixed wing squadron that tactically exploits, suppresses, degrades and deceived enemy electromagnetic defense/offense systems
Carrier airborne early warning (VAW)
Provide early warning against weather, missles, shipping, and aircraft.
Strike fighter (VFA)
Employed for fighter and attack missions
Fleet composite (VC)
Utility squadron providing air services for the fleet like simulations and target towing
Performs anti sub, anti surface, reconnaissance, and mining.
Fleet air recon (VQ)
Provide electronic warfare support like search, interception, recording, and analysis of electromagnetic energy.
A/C logistics support (VR)
Transport personnel and supplies for carrier onboard delivery
Provides basic and advanced training for student naval pilots and flight officers
Air test and eval (VX/VXE)
Test and evaluate new Iperational capabilities of new A/C and equipment in operational environments.
What is acceleration?
Rate of change of the speed or velocity of matter with time
What is speed?
The rate of movement measured I distance traveled in an allotted amount of time
What is velocity?
The quickness or speed of an object in a given time and direction.
Newton's second law?
And object moving with uniform speed is acted upon by an external force, the change of motion or acceleration, will be directly proportional to the amount of force and inversely proportional to its mass.