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Other than changing flaps from auto to full down for landing, no. You are supposed to fly and land the F-18 stabilized until touchdown, like a carrier landing, maybe a little faster with a shallower AoA. Some pilots flare anyway, better for your back and tires.
I reduced sensitivity by 50% and the plane still rolls itself upside down during approach. I never activated any autopilot. I only encountered this problem in free flight, not the carrier landing challenge (maybe because in the carrier landing challenge I am already approaching straight in).
F18 Carrier Landing Lite is a free flight simulator game app for Windows 10. In this game, you have to play with your jet and then land it from the carrier onto the base. The game is complete with a full set of speedometer, radar controls, and flight map. You can use either the accelerometer or the keyboard controls for the game. The game is lightweight and is available freely from the Windows App Store. The link to the game is attached at the end of this review.
The F/A-18 requires an assisted takeoff from an aircraft carrier deck. A steam catapult meets thisrequirement by attaching to the nose landing gear and essentiallydragging the multi-ton aircraft to takeoff speed from zero to 165 knots in only seconds.
Advance the thrust levers to full afterburner. When the catapult is released, you'll go from zero to takeoffspeed in about two seconds. At the end of the carrier deck, immediatelyclimb away from the ship.
NOTE: To practice making carrier approaches and landings in the F/A-18, fly the following Missions:Carrier TutorialCarrier PracticeCarrier Landing IMC Click Missions on the left-hand menu and then select the Military or Tutorial category.
The daytime traffic pattern for carrier landings is "race track"shape with the downwind leg at 600 feet, 180 degrees opposite the Base Recovery Course (the heading the ship is on). Enter the traffic pattern by flying at an altitude of 800 feet straight up the ship's wake, passing the ship close on the right side. Fly this at about 250 knots. If this is a full stop landing, lower the tailhook.
As you slow down and turn on heading for the downwind leg, descend out of 800 feet for 600 feet. Extend the landing gear and lower flaps to full.Increase the throttle to manage your descent. Trim the aircraft to reducecontrol pressures. Once established on the downwind leg, complete your landing checklist.
At 45 degrees from the final heading you should see the "meatball," the optical carrier landing aid. This is a light array about 6 feet high just to the left of the landing area on the flight deck. It has a horizontal row of green lights, called the datum lights, and an orange light (the meatball) that rides up and down to indicate your position relative to the optimum glideslope.
As you reach your final approach heading, roll out of your bank. You should be established on the extended center line that runs down the landing area on the flight deck (remember that modern carrier landing areas are at an angle to the longitudinal axis of the ship).
On final approach (15 to 20 seconds from landing) an ideal carrier landing follows a 3-degree glide slope all the way to touch down. You see a centered meatball with no deviations, and airspeed is pegged at the optimum AOA. To maintain this you must make constant, rapid, small corrections.
It is possible for the hook to miss the arrestor wires. Even with aperfect approach, the hook can bounce over the wires (this is called a bolter).Jet engines take a few seconds to spool-up to full power, so you need to beat full power during a bolter in order to fly off the landing area.
Your task is to utilize your skills to land on the aircraft carrier.The F/A 18 cockpit is modeled with accurate detail. Reach out and touch the throttle, manipulate the flight stick, flip switches, and more.Your landing will be graded based on the weight of the wheels at landing, the distance from the center line, your approach angle, et