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The Air Force SOF's MH-53J Pave Low helicopters and their crews, however, had more than enough ability to reach the radar stations undetected by flying at less than 50 feet above ground and using terrain following tactics.
The IHO special order (S-44) compliant sensor payload includes a custom version of the EM2040 multibeam echo sounder, 200-400 kHz, 1A[bar]x1A[bar] beam width, swath 120A[bar] in addition to an EdgeTech side scan sonar 230/540 kHz and forward looking sonar with advanced terrain following and collision avoidance.
TERPROM provides navigational accuracy for fixed and rotary wing aircraft of 15-30 meters even where GPS is denied, and is used for predictive ground collision avoidance, accurate terrain following flight plus wire and obstacle avoidance.
At one site, they found that the invasive Scotch broom plant covered much more terrain following debris piling or removal, and that the survival rate of Douglas-fir seedlings decreased by 30 percent.
The exclusive floating tongue offers excellent terrain following for uniform planting depth.
The average radar section does not understand track volume, manual terrain following, enemy weapons ballistics, ground clutter reduction and how the shelter uses the parameters entered into the computer.
``During the flight, we performed terrain following testing to ensure that AFSOC (Air Force Special Operations Command) is getting all the capabilities they need,'' said Jan Tomeny, 418th FLTS lead flight test engineer for AMP.
The first CV-22 prototype at Edwards began terrain following radar flights in April and logged the 500th Osprey flight hour since the tilt rotor resumed testing in May 2002.