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T.O.

1B-52H-34-2-9

AIRCREW WEAPONS DELIVERY MANUAL


(NONNUCLEAR)
B-52/AGM-86C/D
USAF AIRCRAFT
SERIES B-52/AGM-86C/D WEAPONS
THE BOEING COMPANY
F34601-92-C-1116
F34601-03-D-0066

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PUBLISHED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE

1 JUNE 1999
CHANGE 11 – 1 JUNE 2006
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

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Original 0 1 Jun 99 Change 3 30 June 01 Change 6 1 Sep 02 Change 9 1 Dec 04


Change 1 1 Oct 99 Change 4 30 Nov 01 Change 7 1 Apr 03 Change 10 1 Jul 05
Change 2 1 Aug 00 Change 5 1 Mar 02 Change 8 1 Dec 03 Change 11 1 Jun 06

TOTAL NUMBER OF PAGES IN THIS PUBLICATION IS 288 CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING:

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* Title . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 1-39 – 1-40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 1-85 – 1-86 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 3-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4


* A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 1-40A – 1-40B Added . . . . 10 1-87 – 1-88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 3-10 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
V/VS-1 – V/VS-9 Added . . 10 1-41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-89 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 4-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
V/VS-10 Blank Added . . . . 10 * 1-42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 1-90 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 4-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Flyleaf-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 1-43 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 1-91 – 1-92 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 4-2A Added . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Flyleaf-2 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . 0 * 1-44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 1-93 – 1-96 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 4-2B Blank Added . . . . . . . . 3
i ....................... 0 1-44A – 1-44D Added . . . . 10 1-97 Added . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 4-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
ii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1-45 – 1-46 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 1-98 Blank Added . . . . . . . . 10 4-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
iii – v . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 * 1-46A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 2-1 – 2-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
vi Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-46B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2-4 – 2-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 5-2 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 1-46C – 1-46D Added . . . . 10 2-6 – 2-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 6-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
1-2 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-47 – 1-56 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2-8 – 2-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 6-2 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
1-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 1-56A – 1-56B Deleted . . . 10 2-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 7-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1-4 – 1-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 1-57 – 1-66 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2-10A – 2-10B . . . . . . . . . . . 10 7-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
* 1-6A – 1-6B . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 1-66A – 1-66B . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2-11 – 2-14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 7-3 – 7-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1-6C – 1-6D . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 1-66C Added . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2-14A – 2-14B . . . . . . . . . . . 10 7-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
1-6E – 1-6F Deleted . . . . . . 7 * 1-66D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 2-14C – 2-14D Added . . . . 10 7-7 – 7-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
1-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1-66E Added . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2-15 – 2-16 . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 7-9 – 7-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 * 1-66F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 2-17 – 2-19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 7-12A – 7-12B Deleted . . . . 7
1-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1-66G – 1-66H Added . . . . 10 2-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 7-13 – 7-16 Added . . . . . . . 10
1-10 – 1-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-67 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2-21 – 2-22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 7-17 – 7-18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 * 1-68 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 * 2-23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 7-18A – 7-18F Deleted . . . 10
1-13 – 1-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 1-68A – 1-68D Added . . . . 10 2-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 7-18G – 7-18H Deleted . . . . 7
1-21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-69 – 1-70 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2-25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7-19 – 7-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1-22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 1-70A – 1-70B Added . . . . 10 2-26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 7-24A – 7-24B Deleted . . . . 7
1-23 – 1-27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-71 – 1-72 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 * 2-27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 7-25 – 7-34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1-28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 1-72A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2-28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 * 7-35 – 7-37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
1-29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-72B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2-29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 7-38 – 7-46 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
* 1-30 – 1-31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 1-73 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 2-30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7-46A – 7-46B Deleted . . . 10
1-32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 * 1-74 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 2-31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 7-47 – 7-54 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1-33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 1-75 – 1-76 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2-32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7-55 – 7-66 Added . . . . . . . 10
1-34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-76A – 1-76H Added . . . . 10 3-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Glossary-1 – Glossary-2 . . 10
1-35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1-77 – 1-81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 3-2 – 3-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Glossary-3 Added . . . . . . . 10
1-36 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-82 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 3-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Glossary-4 Blank Added . . 10
1-37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 1-83 – 1-84 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 3-5 – 3-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Index-1 – Index-4 . . . . . . . . 10
* 1-38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

CURRENT ABBREVIATED CHECKLIST

AGM-86C/D CALCM MISSILE


Abbreviated Flight Crew Checklist T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9CL-1 1 Jun 99 Change 9 1 Jun 06

Upon receipt of the second and subsequent changes to this technical order, personnel responsible for maintaining this publication in current
status will ascertain that all previous changes have been received and incorporated. Action should be taken promptly if the publication is
incomplete.
*The asterisk indicates pages changed, added, or deleted by the current change.

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A Change 11 USAF
WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

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VALIDATION
METHOD

METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

TCTO Listings (P, PG v) 5/16/03 A


B-52 Carrier Aircraft
(P, PG 1-3) 5/16/03 A
B-52 Carrier Aircraft
(S, PG 1-3) 5/16/03 A
Circuit Breaker Panels
(F: 1-7, 2/3, PG 1-14) 5/16/03 A
OAS Avionics System
(P, PG 1-17) 5/16/03 A
OAS Avionics System (OAS)
Interface (S, PG 1-17) 5/16/03 A
Location/Station Selection
(P, PG 1-18) 5/16/03 A
Ejector Unlock Consent
(P, PG 1-18) 5/16/03 A
Weapon Power Control Command
(P, PG 1-18 – 1-19) 5/16/03 A
Ready-To-Launch Command
(P, PG 1-19) 5/16/03 A
Manual Launch Command
(P, PG 1-19) 5/16/03 A
OAS/Missile Data Flow
(F: 1-10, PG 1-22) 5/16/03 A
Missile Jettison
(S, PG 1-30) 5/16/03 A
Missile Jettison Switch
(P, PG 1-30) 5/16/03 A
Pilot’s Jettison Controls and
Indicators (F: 1-17, PG 1-31) 5/16/03 A
Stores Management Overlay
(S, PG 1-37) 5/16/03 A
SMO Initialization
(P, PG 1-37) 5/16/03 A
SMO Termination
(P, PG 1-37 – 1-38) 2/01/03 A
SMO Reconfiguration
(P, PG 1-38) 5/16/03 A
Controls and Displays Commands
(P, PG 1-38) 5/16/03 A
OAS Power Control Panel Commands
(P, PG 1-39) 5/16/03 A

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V/VS-1
WARNING

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dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

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METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

Weapon Control Panel Commands


(P, PG 1-39) 5/16/03 A
Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel
Commands (P, PG 1-40) 5/16/03 A
Pilot’s Bomb Bay and Missile
Jettison Control Switch (P, PG 1-40) 5/16/03 A
IKB Commands
(P, PG 1-40 –1-40A) 5/16/03 A
MFD Displays
(P, PG 1-40A) 5/16/03 A
SMO MFD Displays
(P, PG 1-40B) 5/16/03 A
Prime Mission Data
(P, PG 1-40B) 5/16/03 A
Control Function (CF) Displays
(S, PG 1-42) 5/16/03 A
Weapon Supervision Menu
(P, PG 1-42) 5/16/03 A
Strike Mode Command
(P, PG 1-42) 5/16/03 A
PART SIM Mode Command
(P, PG 1-42) 5/16/03 A
FULL SIM Mode Command
(P, PG 1-43) 5/16/03 A
SMO Control Function Commands
(F: 1-22, 1/2, PG 1-44) 5/16/03 A
SMO Control Function Commands
(F: 1-22, 2/2, PG 1-44A) 5/16/03 A
Control Function Menu
(F: 1-23, 1/2, PG 1-44B) 5/16/03 A
Control Function Menu
(F: 1-23, 2/2, PG 1-44C) 5/16/03 A
Weapon Supervision Menu
(F: 1-24, 1/2, PG 1-44D) 5/16/03 A
Weapon Supervision Menu
(F: 1-24, 2/2, PG 1-45) 5/16/03 A
CALCM Supervision Menu
(P, PG 1-46) 5/16/03 A
Crypto Key Override Command
(P, PG 1-46) 5/16/03 A
CALCM Supervision Menu
(F: 1-25, 1/2, PG 1-46A) 5/16/03 A

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(B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE, (S) = SIMULATION, (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP)

V/VS-2
WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

TECHNICAL ORDER VALIDATION/VERIFICATION STATUS PAGE

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(A) (B) (B)

CALCM Supervision Menu


(F: 1-25, 2/2, PG 1-46B) 5/16/03 A
Weapon Erase Command CF-55F
(P, PG 1-46C) 5/16/03 A
CALCM Auto Targeting Mode CF-550
(P, PG 1-46C) 5/16/03 A
Go/No-Go Test CF-551
(P, PG 1-46C) 5/16/03 A
System Interface Test (SIT) CF-552
(P, PG 1-46C) 5/16/03 A
Manual SAIR Command CF-553
(P, PG 1-46C – 1-46D) 5/16/03 A
Classified Data Erase
Command CF-555 (P, PG 1-46D) 5/16/03 A
Manual Target Command CF-556,nn
(P, PG 1-46D) 5/16/03 A
Flex Targeting Selection
Command CF-557,nn (P, PG 1-47) 5/16/03 A
CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display
(F: 1-26, 1/9, PG 1-48) 5/16/03 A
CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display
(F: 1-26, 2/9, PG 1-49) 5/16/03 A
CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display
(F: 1-26, 3/9, PG 1-50) 5/16/03 A
CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display
(F: 1-26, 4/9, PG 1-51) 5/16/03 A
CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display
(F: 1-26, 5/9, PG 1-52) 5/16/03 A
CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display
(F: 1-26, 6/9, PG 1-53) 5/16/03 A
CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display
(F: 1-26, 7/9, PG 1-54) 5/16/03 A
CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display
(F: 1-26, 8/9, PG 1-55) 5/16/03 A
CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display
(F: 1-26, 9/9, PG 1-56) 5/16/03 A
Direct Targeting Input Screen
CF-558,nn (P, PG 1-57) 5/16/03 A
CF-558 Direct Targeting Input Display
(F: 1-27, 1/10, PG 1-58) 5/16/03 A
CF-558 Direct Targeting Input Display
(F: 1-27, 2/10, PG 1-59) 5/16/03 A

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V/VS-3
WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

TECHNICAL ORDER VALIDATION/VERIFICATION STATUS PAGE

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METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

CF-558 Direct Targeting Input Display


(F: 1-27, 3/10, PG 1-60) 5/16/03 A
CF-558 Direct Targeting Input Display
(F: 1-27, 4/10, PG 1-61) 5/16/03 A
CF-558 Direct Targeting Input Display
(F: 1-27, 5/10, PG 1-62) 5/16/03 A
CF-558 Direct Targeting Input Display
(F: 1-27, 6/10, PG 1-63) 5/16/03 A
CF-558 Direct Targeting Input Display
(F: 1-27, 7/10, PG 1-64) 5/16/03 A
CF-558 Direct Targeting Input Display
(F: 1-27, 8/10, PG 1-65) 5/16/03 A
CF-558 Direct Targeting Input Display
(F: 1-27, 9/10, PG 1-66) 5/16/03 A
CF-558 Direct Targeting Input Display
(F: 1-27, 10/10, PG 1-66A) 5/16/03 A
Target/Retarget-All Command CF-559
(P, PG 1-66B) 5/16/03 A
SMO Menu (CF-62)
(P, PG 1-66C) 5/16/03 A
Shutdown (CF-67)
(P, PG 1-66D) 5/16/03 A
ECU PWR ORIDE (CF-68)
(P, PG 1-66D) 5/16/03 A
CF-6 FCP Supervision Menu
(F: 1-28, 1/2, PG 1-66E) 5/16/03 A
CF-6 FCP Supervision Menu
(F: 1-28, 2/2, PG 1-66F) 5/16/03 A
CF-62 SMO Load Menu
(F: 1-29, 1/2, PG 1-66G) 5/16/03 A
CF-62 SMO Load Menu
(F: 1-29, 2/2, PG 1-66H) 5/16/03 A
Mission Supervision Menu (CF-8)
(P, PG 1-67) 5/16/03 A
B-52 Mission Data Load Display
(CF-81) (P, PG 1-67) 5/16/03 A
Weapon Group Selection Menu
(P, PG 1-68) 5/16/03 A
CF-8 Mission Supervision Menu
(F: 1-30, 1/2, PG 1-68A) 5/16/03 A
CF-8 Mission Supervision Menu
(F: 1-30, 2/2, PG 1-68B) 5/16/03 A

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V/VS-4
WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

TECHNICAL ORDER VALIDATION/VERIFICATION STATUS PAGE

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METHOD

METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

CF-81 Mission Data Load Display


(F: 1-30A, 1/2, PG 1-68C) 5/16/03 A
CF-81 Mission Data Load Display
(F: 1-30A, 2/2, PG 1-68D) 5/16/03 A
CF-82A, CF-82B, CF-82C Wpn Grp
Selection Screen (F: 1-30B, PG 1-69) 5/16/03 A
Send Targeting Data Command
(P, PG 1-70) 5/16/03 A
CF-DF AGM-86D Fuze Data Input
Disp (F:1-30C, 1/5, PG 1-70A) 5/16/03 A
CF-DF AGM-86D Fuze Data Input
Disp (F:1-30C, 2/5, PG 1-70B) 5/16/03 A
CF-DF AGM-86D Fuze Data Input
Disp (F:1-30C, 3/5, PG 1-71) 5/16/03 A
CF-DF AGM-86D Fuze Data Input
Disp (F:1-30C, 4/5, PG 1-72) 5/16/03 A
CF-DF AGM-86D Fuze Data Input
Disp (F:1-30C, 5/5, PG 1-72A) 5/16/03 A
Format Displays
(S, PG 1-74) 5/16/03 A
Status and Inventory Display
(FRMT-7) (P, PG 1-74) 5/16/03 A
Weapon Group Assignment Data
Display (P, PG 1-75) 5/16/03 A
Stores Inventory Summary Display
(FRMT-77) (P, PG 1-75) 5/16/03 A
Format Commands
(F:1-32, PG 1-75) 5/16/03 A
Format Menu
(F:1-33, 1/2, PG 1-76) 5/16/03 A
Format Menu
(F:1-33, 2/2, PG 1-76A) 5/16/03 A
FRMT-6 PME Status Display
(F:1-34, 1/3, PG 1-76A) 5/16/03 A
FRMT-6 PME Status Display
(F:1-34, 2/3, PG 1-76B) 5/16/03 A
FRMT-6 PME Status Display
(F:1-34, 3/3, PG 1-76C) 5/16/03 A
FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy Status and
Invent Disp (F:1-35, 1/5, PG 1-76D) 12/1/04 A
FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy Status and
Invent Disp (F:1-35, 2/5, PG 1-76E) 12/1/04 A

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(B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE, (S) = SIMULATION, (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP)

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WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

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VALIDATION
METHOD

METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy Status and


Invent Disp (F:1-35, 3/5, PG 1-76F) 2/01/05 A
FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy Status and
Invent Disp (F:1-35, 4/5, PG 1-76G) 2/01/05 A
FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy Status and
Invent Disp (F:1-35, 5/5, PG 1-76H) 2/01/05 A
CF-DF or CF-DB Wpn Grp Assign
Data Disp (F:1-35A, 1/3, PG 1-77) 5/16/03 A
CF-DF or CF-DB Wpn Grp Assign
Data Disp (F:1-35A, 2/3, PG 1-78) 5/16/03 A
CF-DF or CF-DB Wpn Grp Assign
Data Disp (F:1-35A, 3/3, PG 1-79) 5/16/03 A
FRMT-77 Stores Inventory Summary
Disp (F:1-35B, 1/2, PG 1-80) 5/16/03 A
FRMT-77 Stores Inventory Summary
Disp (F:1-35B, 2/2, PG 1-81) 5/16/03 A
CALCM Direct Target Program Disp
(P, PG 1-83) 5/16/03 A
Weapon Targeting Commands
(P, PG 1-84) 5/16/03 A
SMO Launch Point Program Display
(F:1-39, 2/3, PG 1-87) 5/16/03 A
SMO Launch Point Program Display
(F:1-41, 1/5, PG 1-93) 5/16/03 A
SMO Launch Point Program Display
(F:1-41, 2/5, PG 1-94) 5/16/03 A
SMO Launch Point Program Display
(F:1-41, 3/5, PG 1-95) 5/16/03 A
SMO Launch Point Program Display
(F:1-41, 4/5, PG 1-96) 5/16/03 A
SMO Launch Point Program Display
(F:1-41, 5/5, PG 1-97) 5/16/03 A
General
(P, PG 2-3) 5/16/03 A
CALCM SMO Loading Checklist
(PG 2-10) 5/16/03 A
Weapon Check Checklist
(PG 2-10 – 2-10B) 5/16/03 A
Missile Power Application Checklist
(PG 2-11 – 2-12) 2/01/05 A
Target/Retarget All Checklist
(PG 2-14A – 2-14B) 5/16/03 A

LEGEND:

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(B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE, (S) = SIMULATION, (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP)

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WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

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VALIDATION
METHOD

METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

Mission Substitution Checklist


(PG 2-15) 5/16/03 A
Manual Retargeting Checklist
(PG 2-16) 5/16/03 A
Missile Jettison Procedures
(RN/N Reads) (PG 3-2) 5/16/03 A
Missile Jettison Procedures
(RN/N Reads) (Cont) (PG 3-3) 2/01/05 A
Telemetry Power Transfer Command
CF-55C (P, PG 4-2) 2/01/05 A
Launch
(P, PG 4-3) 5/16/03 A
SMO Capabilities
(P, PG 7-3) 5/16/03 A
Strike Capabilities
(P, PG 7-3) 5/16/03 A
MIU Power Application
(P, PG 7-4) 5/16/03 A
Mission Data
(P, PG 7-9) 5/16/03 A
Preplanned Mission
(P, PG 7-9) 5/16/03 A
Automatic Targeting Process
(P, PG 7-10) 5/16/03 A
Manual Targeting Process
(P, PG 7-11) 5/16/03 A
Weapon Targeting Commands
(P, PG 7-12) 5/16/03 A
Manual Target Command
(P, PG 7-14) 5/16/03 A
Target/Retarget All Command
(P, PG 7-14) 5/16/03 A
Target Location
(P, PG 7-16) 5/16/03 A
Impact Angle
(P, PG 7-17) 5/16/03 A
Flex Target Mission Data Entry
(P, PG 7-18 – 7-20) 2/01/05 A
Direct Target Data Entry
(P, PG 7-20 – 7-22) 2/01/05 A
In-Range Determination
(P, PG 7-25) 5/16/03 A

LEGEND:

(A) DATA ELEMENT: (S) = SECTION, (PG) = PAGE, (P) = PARAGRAPH, (F) = FIGURE, (T) = TABLE

(B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE, (S) = SIMULATION, (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP)

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WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

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VALIDATION
METHOD

METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

Manual SAIR
(P, PG 7-25 ) 5/16/03 A
Direct SAIR
(P, PG 7-27) 5/16/03 A
Automatic Retargeting
(P, PG 7-31) 5/16/03 A
Launch Determination
(P, PG 7-33) 5/16/03 A
Auto Launch Determination
(P, PG 7-33 – 7-34) 5/16/03 A
Man Launch Determination
(P, PG 7-34) 5/16/03 A
Manual Jettison
(P, PG 7-36) 5/16/03 A
Simulated Weapons
(P, PG 7-38) 5/16/03 A
Termination Of SIM Mode
(P, PG 7-39) 5/16/03 A
SIT/MIT and CF-552
(P, PG 7-39) 5/16/03 A
Missile/Station Master Faults
(F: 7-9, 1/10, PG 7-42) 2/01/05 A
Missile/Station Master Faults
(F: 7-9, 2/10, PG 7-43) 2/01/05 A
Missile/Station Master Faults
(F: 7-9, 3/10, PG 7-44) 2/01/05 A
Missile/Station Master Faults
(F: 7-9, 4/10, PG 7-45) 2/01/05 A
Missile/Station Master Faults
(F: 7-9, 5/10, PG 7-46) 2/01/05 A
Missile/Station Master Faults
(F: 7-9, 6/10, PG 7-47) 2/01/05 A
Missile/Station Master Faults
(F: 7-9, 7/10, PG 7-48) 2/01/05 A
Missile/Station Master Faults
(F: 7-9, 8/10, PG 7-49) 2/01/05 A
Missile/Station Master Faults
(F: 7-9, 9/10, PG 7-50) 2/01/05 A
Missile/Station Master Faults
(F: 7-9, 10/10, PG 7-51) 2/01/05 A
OAS/MIU Master Faults
(F: 7-10, 1/8, PG 7-52) 2/01/05 A

LEGEND:

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(B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE, (S) = SIMULATION, (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP)

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WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

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VALIDATION
METHOD

METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

OAS/MIU Master Faults


(F: 7-10, 2/8, PG 7-53) 2/01/05 A
OAS/MIU Master Faults
(F: 7-10, 3/8, PG 7-54) 2/01/05 A
OAS/MIU Master Faults
(F: 7-10, 4/8, PG 7-55) 2/01/05 A
OAS/MIU Master Faults
(F: 7-10, 5/8, PG 7-56) 2/01/05 A
OAS/MIU Master Faults
(F: 7-10, 6/8, PG 7-57) 2/01/05 A
OAS/MIU Master Faults
(F: 7-10, 7/8, PG 7-58) 2/01/05 A
OAS/MIU Master Faults
(F: 7-10, 8/8, PG 7-59) 2/01/05 A
CALCM Advisories
(F: 7-11, 1/5, PG 7-60) 2/01/05 A
CALCM Advisories
(F: 7-11, 2/5, PG 7-61) 2/01/05 A
CALCM Advisories
(F: 7-11, 3/5, PG 7-62) 2/01/05 A
CALCM Advisories
(F: 7-11, 4/5, PG 7-63) 2/01/05 A
CALCM Advisories
(F: 7-11, 5/5, PG 7-64) 2/01/05 A
CF-557, CF-558, and FRMT-7
Wpn Faults (F: 7-12, 1/2, PG 7-65) 5/16/03 A
CF-557, CF-558, and FRMT-7
Wpn Faults (F: 7-12, 2/2, PG 7-66) 5/16/03 A
Glossary
(S, PG Glossary 1 – Glossary3) 5/16/03 A

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STATUS OF SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL SUPPLEMENTS


This supplement status page is based on information available to the manual editor as of the date of
this publication. The information may not be current as it must be updated by any subsequent supple-
ment status pages and by reference to T.O. 0-1-CD-1.

SUPPLEMENTS IN THIS CHANGE

Number Date Short Title Section Affected

SS-3 (I) 15 Mar 2004 Effects of Buffers on CALCM C/D II


Weapon Navigation Solution

OUTSTANDING SUPPLEMENTS

Number Date Short Title Section Affected

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SECTION I DESCRIPTION 1-1

SECTION II NORMAL AIRCREW PROCEDURES 2-1

SECTION III EMERGENCY AIRCREW PROCEDURES 3-1

SECTION IV SUPPLEMENTARY DATA 4-1

SECTION V OPERATING LIMITATIONS 5-1

SECTION VI MISSION PLANNING 6-1

SECTION VII SYSTEMS OPERATION 7-1

GLOSSARY GLOSSARY-1

ALPHABETICAL INDEX INDEX-1

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INTRODUCTION

SCOPE. This manual and classified T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9-1 provide the system, procedural, and
missile performance information required to operate AGM-86C Conventional ALCM
(CALCM) with the CALCM Stores Management Overlay (SMO), or the AGM-86C Conven-
tional ALCM (CALCM) and the AGM-86D CALCM Penetrator with the CALCM Penetrator
Stores Management Overlay (SMO) This T.O. includes data for delivery of an AGM-86C/D
air-to-surface missile under all normal and the majority of abnormal conditions.

NOTE

This manual will be carried aboard the aircraft when AGM-86 C/D
CALCM are loaded or when AGM-86 C/D CALCM training is per-
formed. In addition, T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9-1 will be carried when
AGM-86 C/D CALCM are loaded.

CONTENT. This manual contains descriptions and procedures relating to AGM-86C/D missiles
and the B-52H carrier aircraft. Aircraft fuel system management with the missiles installed
is given in the aircraft basic flight manuals. Aircraft performance with the pylons and mis-
siles installed is given in the basic flight manual appendices.

CHECKLISTS. Abbreviated checklists for procedures in this manual are contained in the
CALCM flightcrew checklist. This checklist is identified by a TO number identical to that of
this manual except for the addition of the letters CL (checklist) and a suffix number 1.

ARRANGEMENT. This manual is divided into seven sections.

Section I, DESCRIPTION – Locates, identifies, and functionally describes the missile and
aircraft components of concern to the aircrew in the delivery of an AGM-86C/D missile.

Section II, NORMAL AIRCREW PROCEDURES – Contains partially illustrated amplified


checklists for performance of normal aircrew missile delivery and ferry procedures from pre-
flight through after landing, procedures applicable in the event a mission is aborted, and pro-
cedures for declassifying mission data in the system. Procedures, techniques, and program-
ming practice can be accomplished on any aircraft with OAS/AGM-86C/D equipment in-
stalled.

Section III, EMERGENCY AIRCREW PROCEDURES – Contains missile and pylon jettison
procedures. No attempt is made to regulate or define conditions under which a mission may
be aborted.

Section IV, SUPPLEMENTARY DATA – Contains information on operational test launch and
joint test launch systems and associated procedures.

Section V, OPERATING LIMITATIONS – Contains important missile and weapon system


limitations that must be taken into account during planning and accomplishment of a mis-
sion.

Section VI, MISSION PLANNING – Contains information on transportation of dangerous


material, inflight emergency notification, and inflight mission data changes that can be ac-
complished by the flightcrew.

Section VII, SYSTEMS OPERATION – Contains additional material regarding the operation
of the aircraft OAS/AGM-86C/D missile systems. Theory of guidance system operation, guid-
ance performance, and malfunction analysis are included.

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PRECEDENCE. Compliance with procedures herein is mandatory. In all instances, only those
operations which are within the scope of the current applicable safety rules may be per-
formed.

SAFETY POLICIES. The procedures in this manual reflect the latest applicable rules and poli-
cies. Aircrew compliance with these procedures and policies is mandatory.

Mission planning shall provide maximum protection to friendly and neutral areas consistent
with operational requirements. Selection of launch point and type of maneuver shall be
guided by the possible effect upon friendly or neutral areas of a missile guidance or control
system failure. Since launch point and type of maneuver are sufficiently flexible to allow for
inflight decisions, aircrews shall be briefed concerning the potential disaster hazard to
friendly or neutral areas.

REFERENCES. The following publications, available to using commands, should be used to


gain more comprehensive information on subjects referred to in this technical order:

1B-52H-1 Flight Manual


1B-52H-1-1 Flight Manual – Appendix 1, Performance Data
1B-52H-1-12 Radar Navigator’s/Navigator’s Manual
1B-52H-1-13 Electronic Warfare Officer’s Manual
1B-52H-2-31GA-1 General Aircraft/Bomb Release System B-52H
1B-52H-33-2-2 Nonnuclear Munitions Loading Procedures
1B-52H-34-2-1 Aircrew Weapon Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) B-52
1B-52H-34-2-5 Aircrew Weapon Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) B-52/WCMD
1B-52H-34-2-6 Aircrew Weapon Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) B-52/JDAM
1B-52H-34-2-7 Aircrew Weapon Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) B-52/JSOW
1B-52H-34-2-8 Aircrew Weapon Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) B-52/JASSM
1B-52H-34-2-9-1 Aircrew Weapon Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) B-52/AGM-86C/D
Classified Supplement
1B-52H-5 Basic Weight Checklist and Loading Data B-52H
1-1M-34 Aircrew Weapons Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) Standard Volume
JMEM Joint Munition Employment Manual

SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL SUPPLEMENTS. Information involving flightcrew safety and di-
rectly pertaining to the information contained herein will be promptly forwarded to you by
Safety Supplements issued against this manual. Safety Supplements covering loss of life will
get to you in 48 hours by a message (called Interim Safety Supplements) and those concern-
ing serious damage to equipment within 15 days by mail (in a formal printed form). Opera-
tional information not involving safety but of an urgent nature will be forwarded to you by
Operational Supplements issued against this manual. These will be forwarded by a message
(interim) or by mail (formal), depending on the urgency of the information. Interim supple-
ments are normally replaced by formal printed supplements at an early date. Formal printed
supplements are identified by red letters ‘‘SS’’ for safety supplements and black letters ‘‘OS’’
for operational supplements printed around the borders of the pages. The currency of safety
and operational supplements affecting your manual can be determined by referring to the
Index of Bomber Aircraft Safety Supplements (T.O. 0-1-CD-1). The title block of each supple-
ment and the title page of this manual should also be checked to determine the effect they
may have on existing supplements. You must remain constantly aware of the status of all
supplements – current supplements must be complied with, but there is no point in restrict-
ing your operation by complying with a replaced or rescinded supplement. As a further aid, a
supplement summary is included in this manual, following the A pages, for both safety and
operational supplements; however, this summary can only be as current as this manual.
Safety and operational supplements will be filed in accordance with Section VI of the Air
Force Technical Order System, T.O. 00-5-1.

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WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES. The following definitions apply to “Warnings,”


“Cautions,” and “Notes” found throughout the manual.

Operating procedures, techniques, etc which could result in personal


injury or loss of life if not carefully followed.

Operating procedures, techniques, etc which could result in dam-


age to equipment if not carefully followed.

NOTE An operating procedure, technique,etc which is considered essential to


emphasize.

SHALL, WILL, SHOULD, and MAY. The following definitions apply to the words:

SHALL or WILL The instructions or procedures prefaced by ‘‘shall’’ or ‘‘will’’ are mandatory.

SHOULD Normally used to indicate a preferred but nonmandatory method of


accomplishment.

MAY An acceptable or suggested means of accomplishment.

CHANGE SYMBOLS. Changes to existing material and addition of new material are indicated
by one of three types of symbols determined by the nature of the material affected. Text ma-
terial utilizes a vertical line in the margin adjacent to the affected area. New illustrations
(figures) utilize a vertical line in the outer margin of the page. Photographs and line draw-
ings use a miniature pointing hand to highlight the affected area. Diagrams and schematics
utilize a grey tone (screening) to highlight the affected area. Change symbols are not used for
blank space resulting from deletions, indexes, and tabular data where changes cannot be
identified, relocation of material, or correction of minor inaccuracies unless such correction
changes the meaning.

RESPONSIBLE AGENCY. Every effort is made to keep this manual current. Review conferences
with operating personnel and a constant review of reports assure inclusion of the latest data
in this manual. Comments, corrections, and questions regarding this manual should be sub-
mitted on AF Form 847 to your local standardization/evaluation unit and routed as directed
by AFI 11-215 to the Flight Manual Manager, 327 BMSG/EN, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
73145-3021.

AIRCRAFT GROUP CODING. Certain modifications which have been completed do not include
all serialized aircraft in the models affected. Information pertaining to these aircraft is iden-
tified by aircraft group coding symbols such as CS . Specific aircraft serialization within
these groups is identified in the appropriate flight manual under a like coding in the ‘‘Air-
craft Coding’’ pages.

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RETROFIT CODING. The following code symbols along with the words ‘‘Less’’ and ‘‘Plus’’ are
used to distinguish information related to aircraft that have the described retrofit change in-
corporated from that which is applicable to aircraft not yet retrofitted. This list contains only
TCTO’s currently active. Those known to be completed are not included.

SYMBOL T.O. NO. TITLE

⎧1B-52H-753 Installation of Global Positioning System (GPS) on B-52H


Aircraft (ECP 0109)
CS ⎨
⎩1B-52H-756 Installation of Integrated Conventional Stores Management System (ICSMS)
on B-52H Aircraft (ECP 0109)

[AMI] 1B-52H-830 Replacement of Ballistics Computer Set AN/AYQ-10 and Inertial Navigation
System AN/ASN-136 on B-52H Aircraft.

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Description section I

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PART 1 - B-52/CALCM SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 1-3

B-52/AGM-86 CONVENTIONAL AIR LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE


(CALCM) WEAPON SYSTEM 1-3

B-52 CARRIER AIRCRAFT 1-3

AGM-86 MISSILE 1-3

AIRCRAFT COMMON STRATEGIC ROTARY LAUNCHER SYSTEM 1-7

PYLONS 1-7

AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 1-12

AIRCRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM (ECS/MCS) 1-12

PART 2 - B-52 AVIONICS SYSTEM 1-17

OFFENSIVE AVIONICS SYSTEM (OAS) 1-17

OFFENSIVE AVIONICS SYSTEM (OAS) INTERFACE 1-17

OAS/MISSILE SYSTEM RELATED CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS 1-17

MISSILE JETTISON 1-30

PART 3 - CALCM OAS SOFTWARE AND DISPLAYS 1-37

STORES MANAGEMENT OVERLAY (SMO) 1-37

SMO MFD DISPLAYS 1-40B

RELEASE ADVISORY DISPLAYS 1-40B

PRIME MISSION DATA DISPLAYS 1-40B

CONTROL FUNCTION (CF) DISPLAYS 1-42

FORMAT (FRMT) DISPLAYS 1-74

SMO PROGRAM (PRGM) DISPLAY 1-83

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PART 1 - B-52/CALCM SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


B-52/AGM-86 CONVENTIONAL AIR (OCP) Data Transfer Cartridge (DTC). The CALCM
LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE SMO, in conjunction with the FMS, provides the nec-
(CALCM) WEAPON SYSTEM essary CALCM weapon delivery functions for the
ACU to control, monitor and release CALCM missiles
The B-52/CALCM weapon system consists of a utilizing existing OAS/AMI/GPS equipment. The
B-52H carrier aircraft, two underwing six-station SMO will only be able to operate on weapons at loca-
missile pylons, an eight-station common strategic tions where the FMS has assigned the SMO. When se-
rotary launcher (CSRL) and up to 20 AGM-86 lected as the secondary SMO, the SMO will be limited
CALCM. The full missile load may be carried for to functions that can be performed without interfer-
automatic or manual launch against prepro- ing with the operation of the primary SMO. Even
grammed targets. though the CALCM uses GPS for navigation, there is
no GPS navigation data supplied from the aircraft
GPS to the CALCM.
B-52 CARRIER AIRCRAFT
The pilot’s missile controls include an ejector rack
The offensive avionics system (OAS) controls pro-
lock-unlock consent switch, a prearm-off switch, an
gramming, prearming, and launching of missiles.
overhead panel jettison control switch, a pylon jetti-
The OAS also provides signal processing, storage
son consent switch, and a pylon jettison control
avionics, control and display panels, missile super-
switch.
vision, regulated dc power conversion, and monitors
environmental control equipment in the aircraft.
The OAS interfaces with the carrier electrical AGM-86 MISSILE (CALCM)
sources, release circuit disconnect for pylon jettison,
bomb tone scoring, and panel lighting. Primary The AGM-86 (figure 1-1) is a subsonic, turbofan-en-
missile control and monitor is provided through the gine powered, winged missile. The missile is de-
weapon control panel (WCP) and the multifunction- signed to deliver a conventional warhead in an air-
al displays (MFD). to-ground mission with a very high degree of accu-
racy at long range. During captive flight, the mis-
CALCM power control, monitoring, and launch con- sile’s flight surfaces (wings, fin, elevons), and en-
trol is provided via a Missile Interface Unit (MIU) gine inlet are carried in a stowed position. After
Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) and the SMO in con- launch the missile’s flight surfaces are deployed
junction with existing Less [AMI] ICSMS, OAS and the engine provides thrust within a few sec-
and Global Positioning System (GPS) hardware and onds. Computer controlled navigation, using a glob-
the Flight Management System (FMS) software; al positioning system (GPS), directs the missile to
[AMI] AMI, OAS and GPS hardware, and FMS and its target.
Common Stores Processing (CSP) software.
AGM-86C MISSILE (CALCM C)
Less [AMI] The CALCM SMO executes in the B-52H
Avionics Control Units (ACU) and is loaded into non- There are two versions of the AGM-86C, the Block
volatile memory in the ACUs from an external load 0A and Block 1A missile. The Block 0A missile has
tape called the Operational Computer Program a 2000 pound class warhead. The Block 1A missile
(OCP) Data Transfer Unit Cartridge (DTUC). The has a 3000 pound class warhead.
CALCM SMO, in conjunction with the FMS, provides
the necessary CALCM weapon delivery functions for The AGM-86C missiles have the GRIU/P GPS re-
the ACU to control, monitor and release CALCM mis- ceiver and computer co-processor supplementing
siles utilizing existing OAS/ICSMS/GPS equipment. the missile computer in the INE. Additionally, the
The SMO will only be able to operate on weapons at AGM-86C missiles have a GPS anti-jam system.
locations where the FMS has assigned the SMO. Even
though the CALCM uses GPS for navigation, there is AGM-86D MISSILE (CALCM D)
no GPS navigation data supplied from the aircraft
GPS to the CALCM. The AGM-86D missile has a 1000 pound class pene-
trator warhead. The AGM-86D also has the GRIU/P
[AMI] The CALCM SMO executes in the B-52H GPS receiver and computer co-processor that sup-
Avionics Control Units (ACU) and is loaded into non- plements the computer in the INE. Additionally, the
volatile memory in the ACUs from an external load missiles are outfitted with a GPS Anti-jam system.
cartridge called the Operational Computer Program

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MISSILE DIMENSIONS AND GROSS WEIGHT times. After 180 seconds (3 minutes) erasure is
complete and missile power will be removed. The
Length: 20 feet 9 inches Span: missile OFS is not affected by this procedure and
Wings Folded 2 feet 3 inches the missile will remain SECRET.
Wings Extended 12 feet 0 inches
Approximate Gross Weight: 3) Weapon Erase Command CF-55F - When com-
3267 pounds (AGM-86C) manded OAS will initiate erasure of the mission
3280 Pounds (AGM-86D) data by overwriting all mission data 1000 times fol-
lowed by erasure of the missile OFS. After 240 sec-
MISSILE SOFTWARE CLASSIFICATION onds (4 minutes) erasure will be complete and mis-
sile power will be removed. The missile OFS is
The CALCM missile software (OFS) is secret, and erased and the missile is UNCLASSIFIED.
as a result anytime the missile has OFS loaded it is
classified as secret. NOTE

There are three methods for the operator to power CF-55F will erase all data from the missile,
off the missile. All three methods overwrite the including the missile Operational Flight
GPS crypto keys. The OFS erasure and resulting Software (OFS). The missile must be re-
missile classification is discussed in the following moved from the aircraft in order for the
paragraphs: software to be reloaded. CF-55F will erase
missile data from any selected powered mis-
1) Weapon Control Panel Power Off Command - sile, including when the aircraft is on the
When missile power off is commanded by the WCP ground.
or CF-E commands, OAS will initiate erasure of the
mission data by overwriting all mission data 1000 MISSILE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
times. Since power will be removed after approxi-
mately 12 seconds, OAS will not complete the over- Missile power is furnished from the aircraft prior to
writing procedure, but the mission data will be un- and during the early part of the launch countdown.
usable. The missile OFS is not affected by this pro- Missile battery power is initiated during launch
cedure and the missile will remain SECRET. countdown by squib activation and paralleled with
carrier aircraft electronic power for approximately 2
2) Classified Data Erase Command CF-555 - When seconds following battery activate command. All
commanded OAS will initiate erasure of the mis- missile power is provided by the missile engine-
sion data by overwriting all mission data 1000 driven generator after launch.

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1 FIN
2 ELEVON
3 TEMPERATURE PROBE COV-
ER *
4 WARHEAD ARMING DEVICE
SAFEING PIN
5 WING
5A HARD TARGET SMART FUZE
(HTSF) ACCESS PANEL
(AGM-86D)
6 ENGINE EXHAUST NOZZLE
COVER
7 FUZE WELL (BLOCK 1A)
8 FUZE WELL (BLOCK 0A)
9 PAYLOAD BAY COVER
10 PITOT-STATIC PROBE
COVER*
*MUST BE REMOVED BY AIR-
CREW

Figure 1-1. Missile General Arrangement

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MISSILE GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM able to track the satellites until after launch due to
wing shielding of the GPS antenna prior to launch.
The navigation/guidance system consists of the in- The GPS provides position and velocity inputs to
ertial navigation element (INE), radar altimeter the INE after the GPS begins tracking the satel-
element (RAE), flight control element (FCE), the air lites. The status of the GPS receiver cannot be mon-
data element (ADE), the global positioning system itored by the operator.
(GPS) element, and in AGM-86C and AGM-86D
missiles a computer co-processor (GRIU/P). The The AGM-86C and AGM-86D missiles have an anti-
INE and GRIU/P co-processor provides a central- jam which significantly improves the missile resist-
ized processing and control function for missile ance to GPS jamming.
flight and weapon operation. The INE receives data
from the OAS before launch and inputs from the Radar Altimeter
RAE, FCE, ADE, and GPS after launch.
The missile uses a cruise missile radar altimeter
NOTE (CMRA) for terrain following.

Selection of alternate as the prime naviga- Air Data


tion mode with one or both INSs operation-
al will result in some data being transferred The air data element (ADE) measures pitot pres-
from the alternate nav model to the missiles sure and static pressure, and provides this informa-
which may cause a degraded launch. tion to the INE.

Inertial Navigation MISSILE FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM

The inertial navigation element (INE), working in The flight control system consists of flight control
tandem with the GRIU/P co-processor in AGM-86C system electronics, the rate and acceleration sen-
and AGM-86D missiles, provides control of all mis- sors, and two elevon servos to maintain controlled
sile functions including navigation, guidance, auto- flight.
pilot, event sequencing, and warhead arming and
fuzing. The INE consists of an inertial reference MISSILE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM
unit (IRU), air vehicle digital computer unit
(ADCU), and a power conditioning unit (PCU). The The missile environmental control system main-
INE is cooled by the aircraft environmental system tains temperatures within the missile and compo-
during captive flight and the missile environmental nents. Prior to launch, cooling is provided for the
system after launch. The IRU is an inertially stabi- inertial navigation element electronics by condi-
lized platform that provides the ADCU with missile tioned air from the aircraft.
attitude reference and acceleration data for naviga-
tion computations. The ADCU within the INE and MISSILE PROPULSION AND FUEL SYSTEM
co-processor in AGM-86C and AGM-86D missiles,
performs computations required for missile control, An F107 WR 100 twin spool, turbofan engine is the
navigation, and operation. propulsion source for the missile. Engine start is
accomplished after launch by a start cartridge.
Global Positioning System (GPS)
The missile fuel system is a sealed tank system us-
A GPS receiver is installed in the missile to aid the ing JP-10 as the missile fuel. Low pressure bleed
INE in navigation. The GPS receiver is turned on air is provided by the engine for the missile envi-
at missile power application and begins its search ronmental control system and fuel tank pressuriza-
for the GPS satellites after launch. The GPS is not tion.

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MISSILE ARMING SYSTEM Warhead Arming Device (AGM-86D Missiles)

Warhead Arming Device (AGM-86C Missiles) The Warhead Arm/Disarm Device (WAD) (sheet 3,
figure 1-2) provides control and monitor interface
The Warhead Arm/Disarm Device (sheet 2, figure for the Fuze Interface Unit (FIU). A safeing pin
1-2) provides the control for the Warhead Interface (with streamer) is installed in the WAD during
Unit (WIU). A safeing pin (with streamer) is in- ground operation (see figure 1-1). Since external ac-
stalled in the Warhead Arm/Disarm Device during cess to the safeing pin is provided, there is no need
ground operation (see figure 1-1). Since external ac- to remove panels or doors. An external window al-
cess to the safeing pin is provided, there is no need lows a visual check on the status of the WAD. Ei-
to remove panels or doors. An external window al- ther an S for safe or an A for armed will be seen in
lows a visual check on the status of the Warhead the window. If the WAD becomes armed during cap-
Arm/Disarm Device. Either an S for safe or an A for tive carry an ordnance alarm (xy ORD ALARM)
armed will be seen in the window. If the Warhead will be displayed as a Missile Master Fault. On the
Arm/Disarm Device becomes armed during captive occurrence of an ordnance alarm the OAS will send
carry an ordnance alarm (xy ORD ALARM) will be a safeing command to the WAD and the FIU and
displayed as a Missile Master Fault. On the occur- immediately power down the missile. Since War-
rence of an ordnance alarm the OAS will send a head Prearm is not an operational function of the
safeing command to the Warhead Arm/Disarm De- AGM-86D, execution of the OAS prearm function
vice and immediately power down the missile. Since results in the setting of an OAS software switch to
Warhead Prearm is not an operational function of satisfy the OAS launch requirements. Although the
the CALCM, execution of the OAS prearm function OAS provides for monitor and control of the safe
results in the setting of an OAS software switch to circuits through the WAD, the aircrew can not en-
satisfy the OAS launch requirements. Although the able the WAD; the missile computer performs this
OAS provides for monitor and control of the safe function after launch. Sheet 2 figure 1-2 illustrates
circuits through the Warhead Arm/Disarm Device, the AGM-86D Fuzing System. At launch when the
the aircrew can not enable the Warhead Arm/Dis- separation switch closes, pulse load power is ap-
arm Device; the missile computer performs this plied to the missile computer. Closure of the separa-
function after launch. Sheet 2, figure 1-2 illustrates tion switch also completes the main bus circuit that
the CALCM Fuzing Subsystem. At launch when the provides main load bus (MLB) from the generator
separation switch closes, pulse load power is ap- to the Warhead Arm/Disarm Device after engine
plied to the missile computer. Closure of the separa- start. At the selected GPS way point, the inertial
tion switch also completes the main bus circuit navigation element (INE) will issue the Arm En-
which provides main bus power from the generator able Command that applies 28VDC Main Bus Pow-
to the Warhead Arm/Disarm Device after engine er to the Warhead Arm/Disarm Device and acti-
start. At the selected GPS Waypoint, the missile vates the internal motor driven rotary switch. Once
computer will issue an Arm Enable Command the motor driven rotary switch is in the armed posi-
which enables the Warhead Arm/Disarm Device. If tion it enables several electrical output pathways.
the selected GPS Waypoint is Waypoint 0, the mis-
sile computer will delay 10 minutes before setting The current monitor output voltage from the mis-
the Arm Enable Command. The Arm 1 command is sile generator is routed through a set of contacts in
issued 1 second after the Arm Enable Command. the WAD that are interrupted by relay contacts in
After the Arm 1 command is issued, a time delay the motor driven rotary switch controlled by the
within the WIU prevents the application of fuze Arm Enable signal. At the first arming waypoint
power and the enabling of the Inertial/impact fuz- the Arm enable signal is issued by the INE. This
ing circuit for 35 seconds. The arm 1 command ap- action activates the motor driven rotary switch and
plies power to the WIU and within 5 seconds (power allows the current monitor missile generator volt-
up time for the WIU) fuze power and turbine re- age to be applied to the input of the FIU. The FIU
lease are applied to each fuze. Each fuze is manual- will use the frequency content of this signal to de-
ly set to a 20 second arming delay time. The fuzing velop appropriate arming power for the
system is armed and ready to trigger within 25 sec- FMU-159A/B Hard Target Smart Fuze (HTSF).
onds of the arm 1 command.

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Application of the Arm 2 signal by the INE enables Impact Fuze (AGM-86D Missiles)
a set of WAD relay contacts that allow MLB power
to be applied to the A3 ARM 2 and B3 ARM 2 out- The impact fuze is located in the nose of the missile
puts of the WAD. The ARM 2 outputs from the and consists of three sensors connected to a signal
WAD are used to provide 28VDC power to the fuze conditioning circuit located inside the Warhead
interface unit (FIU) and the hard target smart Arm/Disarm (WAD) Device. For AGM-86D missile
fuze’s serial data controller circuitry. configuration the impact fuze is not connected to
nor utilized by the hard target smart fuze in opera-
NOTE tion. However, the impact fuze is left in circuit to
provide a needed load to the signal processing cir-
The HTSF does not use 28VDC as arming cuitry in the WAD.
power. The HTSF requires a very specific
sequence of events, not directly related to ARMING SEQUENCE, AGM-86D
the 28VDC power, to occur in order to arm.
The first arming waypoint is selected to be no closer
Two serial interface standards are utilized for com- that 2 minutes from target impact. At this point the
munications between the GRIU/P and the FIU and INE issues the Arm Enable signal. This signal en-
HTSF. The GRIU/P to FIU connection utilizes the ables Main Load Bus (MLB) power to the WAD and
EIA-485 serial interface standard (one differential activates the motor driven rotary switch internal to
pair). the WAD. With the motor driven rotary switch en-
gaged, the missile generator’s current monitor out-
The GRIU/P to HTSF connection utilizes the put voltage isapplied to the input of the FIU via the
EIA-422 serial interface standard (two differential WAD.
pairs). The WAD provides continuous, pass-through
electrical connection between the GRIU/P to FIU The Arm 2 signal is issued by the INE to the WAD.
and HTSF for these signal lines. The Arm 2 signal activates a set of relay contacts in
the WAD. Once activated 28VDC MLB power is ap-
Impact Fuze (AGM-86C Missiles) plied to the FIU and HTSF (FMU-159A/B).

An impact fuze provides both an alternate as well The GRIU/P will pass the 24-bit arming word over
as backup fuzing to the missile computer inertial the EIA-485 serial data lines through the WAD and
fuzing. The impact fuze is located in the nose of the in to the FIU. The FIU reformats the 24-bit word
missile and consists of three sensors connected to and passes it to the HTSF.
the Warhead Arm/Disarm Device. The fuzing signal
occurs when the missile contacts the ground. On At this point the fuze has completed the commit to
impact a fuze signal is generated in the Warhead arm sequence and is ready for arming power to be
Arm/Disarm Device and input to the WIU which applied from the FIU. At a point approximately 1
provides the Trigger signals to two warhead fuzes. minute from the target, the GRIU/P will send a fi-
The AGM-86C uses two FMU-139A/B fuzes. nal arm command to the FIU that will then output
arming power to the HTSF. Within approximately
10 to 20 seconds the HTSF is in the fully armed
state and awaiting target impact.

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AGM-86C MISSILE FUZING SYSTEM

Figure 1-2. CALCM Fuzing System (Sheet 1 of 2)

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AGM-86D MISSILE FUZING SYSTEM

Figure 1-2. CALCM Fuzing System (Sheet 2 of 2)

All data on pages 1-6E and 1-6F (Deleted)


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AIRCRAFT COMMON STRATEGIC ROTARY internal initializations for a maximum of five sec-
LAUNCHER SYSTEM onds. Any faults detected will be set by the PDUC
at the completion of initialization and will be indi-
The Common Strategic Rotary Launcher (CSRL) cated on FRMT-6. In addition a PDUC Master
(figure 1-3), attached to the tank deck structure in Fault message will be displayed on the MFD and
the bomb bay, is capable of carrying eight missiles LNCHR will be displayed on FRMT-7.
on MAU-12 ejector racks. A missile interface unit
(MIU) and a relay assembly are also installed on NOTE
the CSRL. A power drive unit on the forward yoke
assembly provides launcher drive. Aircraft right Launcher faults may occur if the PDUC is
and left body hydraulic lines are connected to the powered on after the SMO is loaded. Manu-
launcher hydraulic system. Either the left body al rotation of the launcher may be required
launcher hydraulic pump power or the right body to clear the faults and allow automatic
hydraulic system may be selected by the pilot for launcher rotation capability.
rotation of the launcher (figure 1-4). A brake is in-
corporated with the power drive unit to maintain PYLONS
the launcher in a selected position and to prevent
rotation with a low hydraulic pressure condition. The pylons (figure 1-6) attach to pylon adapters on
Rotation is OAS controlled by the PDUC. The the underside of each wing between the fuselage
launcher can be manually positioned by commands and the inboard engine pods. The pylon provides
from the weapon control panel. With the system in supporting structure and wing interface for six
the AUTO mode, the launcher will automatically MAU-12 ejector racks, three forward and three aft.
rotate to the desired launch position for the current Internal cables route power and signals between
launch point when the aircraft enters SAIR. In the missile interface unit (MIU), relay assembly, six
manual launch mode, the launcher will automati- ejector racks, and six missile station umbilical con-
cally rotate to place the selected missile in launch nectors. An environmental air ducting system dis-
position after the Manual Launch button is pressed. tributes conditioned air to and from the pylon MIU
Primary rotation power for the launcher is provided and to each of six missile stations. The pylons can
by an electric motor-driven hydraulic pump be jettisoned separately or simultaneously, with or
mounted on the LH bomb bay aircraft structure. without missiles attached using the pylon jettison
Secondary rotation power is through a solenoid se- control switches on the pilot’s overhead panel.
lector hydraulic valve located on the RH bomb bay
aircraft structure. The MIU is mounted at the for- LOCK-UNLOCK CONTROL
ward end of the rotary tube. For more information
on launcher hydraulic system, refer to T.O. Lock and unlock control of the MAU-12 ejector
1B-52H-1. racks is accomplished by use of the pilot’s consent
panel LOCK-UNLOCK and WCP LOCK-UNLOCK
POWER DRIVE UNIT CONTROL (PDUC) POWER switches. Ejector unlock power is provided from the
SWITCH 28 volt dc missile essential bus. When the ordnance
enable relay is energized, ejector unlock power is
The PDUC power switch (figure 1-5), a two-position routed through the switching units to each missile
switch marked ON- -OFF, located on the RH equip- ejector. When the unlock command is received from
ment rack in the lower compartment, provides pow- the avionics control unit (ACU), the MIU sends
er to the rotary launcher PDU. The PDUC circuit ejector unlock power to the missile ejector.
breaker is also on the switch panel.
MAU-12 EJECTOR RACK
PDUC Power Application
A MAU-12 ejector rack is installed at each missile
If the CSRL PDUC power switch is in the ON posi- station for suspension and ejection of a missile. The
tion when OAS Master Power is applied, power will electrical connector carries control and monitoring
be applied to the PDUC. Even though there is no signals to and from the rack. Rack unlock and arm-
software status of the CSRL PDUC power switch, ing is performed by application of 28 volt dc to the
the PDUC is statused, so when OAS Master Power rack solenoids. The rack has provisions for installa-
is applied, if the PDUC does not respond, fault indi- tion of a ground safeing pin. At the pylon ejectors,
cations will be displayed on FRMT-6. Upon power an access cover must be removed from the fairing to
application the PDUC will automatically perform gain access to the ground safety pin hole.

Change 1 1-7
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1 LAUNCHER MIU
2 EJECTOR RACK
3 GROUND
OPERATION
SAFETY SWITCH
PIN

Figure 1-3. Launcher Configuration

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Figure 1-4. Launcher Hydraulic System

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CONTROL-
NO. INDICATOR FUNCTION

1 PDUC Power Switch The PDUC power switch, a two-position switch marked ON- -OFF pro-
vides power to the rotary launcher PDUC. The PDUC circuit breaker is
also on the switch panel. In the ON position, the PDUC allows rotation of
the CSRL on either the launcher hydraulic system or the RH BODY hy-
draulic system, as applicable. In the OFF position, the CSRL will not ro-
tate. Since there is no software status of the CSRL PDUC power switch,
it is assumed power will be available when OAS Master Power is applied.
If the PDUC does not respond, fault indications will be displayed on
FRMT-6.

NOTE

Launcher faults may occur if the PDUC is powered on after the


SMO is loaded. Manually commanded rotation of the launcher
may be required to clear the faults and allow automatic launcher
rotation capability.

Figure 1-5. PDUC Power Switch

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1 D DOOR (6)
2 PYLON EJECTOR ACCESS DOOR (6)
3 MAU-12 EJECTOR RACK (6)

2
3
1

SWAY ELECTRICAL
IN FLIGHT SAFETY GROUND SAFETY BRACES(4) RECEPTACLE
LOCKOUT BOLT LOCKPIN HOLE

30 IN. HOOK 30 IN. HOOK


CENTER CARTRIDGE SENSING SWITCH EJECTOR
EJECTOR ARMING RETAINERS PLUNGER
FOOT FOOT
SOLENOID

MAU 12 A65467

Figure 1-6. Pylon Configuration

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MAU-12 ELECTRO-EXPLOSIVE DEVICE (EED) POWER stalled in the heat exchanger outlet duct. Ambient
temperature is sensed by the ram air inlet tempera-
EED power is internally routed to an ordnance en- ture sensor. These signals allow the controller to de-
able relay in the power distribution box (PDB). The termine the three modes of operation for the MCS
relay contacts are closed when both pilot and navi- system: warmup mode, normal heating mode, and
gator have issued an unlock command and the AIU normal cooling mode.
has issued the critical power-on signal. EED power
distribution from the MIU is controlled by the AIU The MCS controller adjusts airflow through the hot
for launch and jettison. or cold air modulating valves to provide the re-
quired missile supply air temperatures. The right
AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM wing ram airscoop provides cooling air to the mis-
sile dc power supplies installed in a rack immedi-
Primary system power is 400 Hz ac furnished from ately aft of the heat exchanger. Self-sealing valves
engines No. 1, 3, 5, and 7 generator power boxes. at the pylon interface assure conditioned air is not
Power is distributed from buses in the main genera- lost into the atmosphere after the pylon is jetti-
tor power boxes (forward wheel well) and from the soned or when no pylon is installed. After pylon
secondary buses located in the aircraft. Aircraft dc separation or when no pylons are installed, the
power is furnished primarily for system control. leading edge bypass valves open allowing supply air
Aircraft power is removed from the missile during to return to complete the cooling loop. Proper opera-
launch countdown after missile battery power is tion of the missile environmental control system is
switched to the missile circuitry. The OAS No. 1 continuously monitored. Improper operation of the
and 2 circuit breakers located on the right forward system is indicated when a reverse video environ-
BNS circuit breaker panel (figure 1-7) are the mental control unit (ECU) appears on the MFD.
source for control power for the OAS and missile Fan failure, as sensed by the fan differential pres-
systems. Essential power, fill-in power for critical sure switch, missile circuit air temperature above
avionics and missile navigation functions, pylons 140°F or below 46°F, missile circuit temperature
and ejectors unlock power, and power for electro-ex- sensor failure, or ram air inlet temperature sensor
plosive devices are distributed from the power dis- failure will generate this display. Also, an overheat
tribution box in the forward wheel well. Figure 1-8 condition, as sensed by the missile circuit overtem-
lists related circuit breakers and their locations. perature switch, will cause the fan to shut down
and result in a fault indication on the MFD. The
AIRCRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL ECS/MCS controller incorporates a built-in-test
SYSTEM (ECS/MCS) (BIT) feature which allows isolation of defective
components. The system requires 28 volt dc for con-
The aircraft environmental control system supplies trol and 118/205 volt ac 400 Hz power for major
conditioned air to the missiles through the missile component operation.
conditioning subsystem (MCS) which ensures mis-
sile temperature is maintained within a normal op-
erating range. The system will operate when Mis-
sile Interface Unit (MIU) power is applied and the
cabin air conditioning system is on. The system is An ECU fault will not shutdown powered
composed of two distinct circuits. The temperature MIUs and missiles. Therefore, consider-
control circuit consists of a heat exchanger, hot and ation should be given to the potential of
cold air modulating valves, ECS/MCS temperature MIU overheat conditions.
controller, missile circuit temperature sensor, and
ram air inlet temperature sensor. The missile air ANTI-ICING AND PRESSURIZATION
circuit consists of a fan, fan differential pressure
switch, pressure regulator, missile overtemperature Anti-icing of the ram airscoop, located in the right
switch, two wing leading edge bypass valves, and wing leading edge, is accomplished with bleed air
four pylon breakaway valves. Both circuits contain supplied by engines 3 and 4. Valve operating power
ducting for routing air and wiring required for oper- for bleed air is from the RH AIR SCOOP ANTI-ICE
ation and control of the system. The missile circuit circuit breaker on the right forward dc power panel.
fan circulates conditioned air through a closed loop A valve open relay is enabled from the pilot’s
to the wing and bomb bay missiles. The air is cooled engine, nacelle and scoops anti-ice switch when the
or heated to the desired temperature as it flows squat switch relay contacts are closed. The anti-ice
through the heat exchanger core. The missile cir- valve is closed by system pressure when electrical
cuit air temperature is monitored by a sensor in- power is removed.

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PILOT’S CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL (TYPICAL)

RIGHT FORWARD BNS CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL (TYPICAL)

Figure 1-7. Circuit Breaker Panels (Sheet 1 of 3)

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Less [AMI] LEFT FORWARD BNS CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL (TYPICAL)

[AMI] LEFT FORWARD BNS CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL (TYPICAL)


Figure 1-7. Circuit Breaker Panels (Sheet 2 of 3)

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RIGHT S/V FILTER BOX CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL


Figure 1-7. Circuit Breaker Panels (Sheet 3 of 3)

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CIRCUIT
BREAKER AMPERE
CIRCUIT NOMENCLATURE RATING LOCATION TYPE FUNCTION

MISSILE JETTISON 15 Right fwd BNS DC Pilot’s jettison


JETTISON POWER overhead CB switch power
panel

NORMAL 15 Right fwd BNS DC Ejector unlock


RELEASE overhead CB consent
panel

JETTISON 10 Right fwd BNS DC Jettison control


CONTROL overhead CB power
panel

WEAPON 2.5 Right S/V filter box DC Weapon control


CONTROL PANEL CB panel panel power

ARMAMENT 2.5 Right S/V filter box DC Controls EED dis-


INTERFACE UNIT CB panel tribution power
and WCP power

GAM-72 GEAR JETTI- 5 Pilot’s Circuit DC Bomb Door Limit


SON & AGM-69A Breaker Panel Safety Switches
for jettison se-
quence

PYLON WEAPON 2.5 Left FWD BNS DC Pylon lock-unlock


JETTISON CONTROL PANEL overhead CB consent power
panel

WEAPON 2 Right S/V filter box DC Weapon control


CONTROL PANEL CB panel panel power

LEFT PYLON JETTI- 10 Pilot’s CB panel DC Left pylon jettison


SON power
CONTROL

RIGHT PYLON 10 Pilot’s CB panel DC Right pylon jetti-


JETTISON son power
CONTROL

CSRL PDUC 2.5 Navigator’s side DC PDUC control box


panel power

ARMAMENT 2.5 Right S/V filler box DC Controls EED dis-


INTERFACE UNIT CB panel tribution power
and WCP power

GAM-72 GEAR JETTI- 5 Pilot’s Circuit DC Pylon Jettison


SON & AGM-69A Breaker Panel

Figure 1-8. Circuit Protection

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PART 2 - B-52 AVIONICS SYSTEM


OFFENSIVE AVIONICS SYSTEM (OAS) SMO. With the CALCM and JASSM SMOs loaded,
MIU/WIU power, environmental conditioning and
The B-52 Offensive Avionics System (OAS) is a monitor capabilities are available to all the CALCM
computer controlled electronics system providing and JASSM weapons. However, all other weapon
nearly automatic navigation and missile delivery by functions are available only to those weapons con-
use of computers programmed by Less [AMI] mag- trolled by the Primary SMO.
netic tapes, [AMI] data transfer cartridges, con-
taining the flight computer program and mission
• [AMI] With CALCM designated as the Prima-
ry SMO (CF-62x), all CALCM weapon functions are
data information. The OAS provides present posi- available. The CALCM can be powered, aligned,
tion, speed, direction, pitch and roll data, accelera- monitored, targeted, ranged, launched and jetti-
tion, altitude, Planned Time of Arrival (PTA), and soned.
update and reference data to the missile for missile
navigation computations. For information on OAS
• [AMI] If the CALCM SMO is not the Primary
SMO, only MIU power, heating and monitoring
navigation, refer to the applicable flight manual. functions (FRMT 7A, 7B, 7C and 77) are available
Figure 1-9 shows the location of the CALCM re- for the missiles.
lated controls at switches at the Pilots’ station.
OAS/WEAPON SYSTEM RELATED CONTROLS AND
DISPLAYS
OFFENSIVE AVIONICS SYSTEM (OAS)
INTERFACE Operator controls and displays for weapon release
system control are located at the pilots’ and naviga-
Less [AMI] The B-52 Integrated Conventional tors’ stations. The munitions consent panel is lo-
Stores Management System (ICSMS) provides OAS cated at the pilots’ station. The WCP, OAS power
control for release of CALCM weapons. The ICSMS control panel, keyboards, MFD, and computer con-
operational computer program consists of a Ground trol panel are located at the navigators’ station. See
Maintenance Computer Program (GMCP) and figure 1-10 for OAS/weapon data flow.
Flight Computer Program (FCP). The GMCP is not
discussed. The FCP consists of the flight manage- Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel
ment system (FMS) and stores management over-
lay (SMO). The CALCM SMO is used for CALCM The pilot’s munitions consent panel (figure 1-11)
power application, alignment, targeting, and contains the PREARM-OFF and LOCK-UNLOCK
launch functions. switches. The panel provides unlock consent for
powering the weapon ejectors. The PREARM func-
Less [AMI] The CALCM SMO software controls tion of the pilot’s switch is not used with the
CALCM weapon functions. The Navigation and CALCM SMO. The LOCK-UNLOCK switch is
Weapon Delivery (NAWD) ACU executes the navi- guarded in the LOCK position.
gation and weapon delivery functions for the SMO.
The Controls and Displays (CAD) ACU executes the Weapon Control Panel
controls and displays function along with a majority
of the BIT (Built In Test) processing. The Weapon Control Panel (WCP) (figure 1-12), lo-
cated on the navigator’s front panel, provides con-
[AMI] The B-52 OAS provides control for program- trols for weapon power application, weapon power
ming and release of CALCM. The operational com- removal, weapon jettison, or weapon abort. The
puter program consists of a Ground Maintenance WCP is also used to clear master faults and manu-
Computer Program (GMCP) and Flight Computer ally rotate the CSRL launcher. The PYLON UN-
Program (FCP). The GMCP is not discussed. The LOCK and PA ENBL switches are not used or rec-
FCP consists of the Flight Management System ognized by the CALCM SMO.
(FMS), Common Stores Processing (CSP), and
CALCM Stores Management Overlay (CALCM LOCATION/STATION SELECTION
SMO). For further information regarding OAS and
basic SMO functions, refer to T.O. 1B-52H-1-12. Weapons are selected with the LOCATION (LP, RP,
and BAY) and STATION (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and
[AMI] The OAS provides the capability for control- ALL) switches. The WCP PYLON location switches
ling and monitoring more than one type of weapon are enabled only when the associated MIU is pow-
system at a time. This is accomplished by the CSP ered and has completed startup and initialization.
and loading multiple weapon SMOs. Currently, only
the JASSM SMO may be loaded with the CALCM

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The BAY location switch is enabled anytime the will be removed automatically. The fault can also be
OAS is operational, although the launcher rotate acknowledged by the Navigator/Radar Navigator by
command is the only command recognized when the pressing the master fault acknowledge switch, MSTR
BAY MIU is off. The WCP station switches are en- FAULT, on the WCP.
abled only when one or more locations have been
selected. If no location is selected when either the If automatic or manual launch is commanded when
ALL station switch or an individual station switch ejector unlock enables are not present, the advisory
has been selected, the advisory message LOCA- message Less [AMI] LCD ENTRY INHB, [AMI]
TION?? will be displayed on each MFD. If an inval- CALCM LCD ENTRY will be displayed on each MFD.
id location (not loaded with a CALCM) is selected
the advisory X: LOCATION (X = L - Left Pylon, R- WEAPON POWER CONTROL COMMAND
Right Pylon, or B - Bay) will be displayed on each
MFD. If an invalid station (7 or 8 at a pylon LOCA- The weapon power switch is used by the SMO, in
TION) is selected, the advisory Less [AMI] STA- conjunction with the location and station switches
TION??, [AMI] CALCM STATION??, will be dis- to command CALCM missile power ON and OFF to
played on each MFD. selected CALCMs. The weapon power switch is en-
abled only when one or more stations are selected.
Location and station selection is required for the If the weapon power switch is momentarily placed
following commands: in the OFF position, the SMO will remove power
from the selected CALCM(s) which are not in
• Power application. launch countdown. If the weapon power switch is
• Power removal. momentarily placed in the ON position, while the
• Selective jettison. carrier is providing valid inertial navigation data,
• Prearm (Ready-To-Launch). the SMO will apply power to the selected
• Safe. CALCM(s) for which power is not inhibited. When
• Launcher Rotation (bay only). released, the weapon power switch returns to the
• Mission data erase. neutral position. A power command will be pro-
• Manual targeting. cessed only for the selected stations and then only
• Direct targeting. for those stations where a CALCM is present.
• Telemetry power ON.
• Telemetry power OFF. Since an ALCM has the same umbilical as a CALCM,
• Telemetry power transfer. the primary means to prevent the control of an ALCM
• Weapon erase. by the CALCM SMO is through detection of a commu-
Launcher rotation, manual targeting, direct target- nication failure when the ALCM fails to recognize the
ing and telemetry commands require that only one CALCM critical data request control word sent by the
location and station is selected. CALCM SMO during weapon power ON. The SMO
will declare a transient fatal fault for this condition.
Once a weapon command is entered, the location
switch(es) will be extinguished. The advisory message Less [AMI] LOC/STA??,
[AMI] CALCM LOC/STA??, will be displayed when
weapon power is commanded ON or OFF if any of
EJECTOR UNLOCK CONSENT
the following conditions are true.
Ejector unlock consent is provided using the WCP • No location/station is selected on the WCP.
NUCLEAR UNLOCK - LOCK switch figure 1-12 and • Individual stations are selected on a pylon or
the pilot’s unlock consent switch (UNLOCK - LOCK) launcher and both the ejector and umbilical status
on the Pilots Munitions Consent Panel, figure 1-11. at one or more of those stations show that a
Both of these switches are required to be in the UN- CALCM is not present or for a weapon commanded
LOCK position to allow weapon release from the air- OFF and is in launch countdown.
craft via either a launch or jettison. If either the WCP • All stations on a pylon or launcher are selected
unlock consent switch or the pilot’s unlock consent using the ALL switch and both the ejector and umbili-
switch are not in the UNLOCK position, Electro-Ex- cal status at all stations show that no CALCMs are
plosive Device (EED) power will not be available at present at those locations or for a weapon commanded
the ejectors and ejector squib fire cannot be accompli- OFF the only CALCM present is in launch count-
shed. When the WCP unlock consent switch and the down. If all stations are selected and if one or more
pilot’s unlock consent switch are in opposite positions CALCMs are present on a selected pylon or launcher,
(one UNLOCK and one LOCK) the release consent the command will be processed only for those
master fault UNLOCK CONSENT is displayed on CALCMs that are present and not in launch count-
each MFD. If the switches are then placed in the same down. No advisory message will be displayed unless
position while the fault is displayed, the master fault there are no CALCMs at another selected location.

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If the desired warm-up time for a CALCM has not tered any time direct launch mode is not active and
elapsed since heater power was applied and if warm- the command is not weapon dependent. The se-
up override is not commanded with a CF-55E com- lected launch mode will be illuminated on the
mand, the advisory message Less [AMI] WARMUP/ switch. SMO Processing will cause the launch mode
GYRO WAIT, [AMI] CALCM WARMUP, will be dis- to change from automatic to manual if a bay weap-
played on each MFD when a command to apply power on is hung during a launch or jettison. The launch
to that station is entered. mode can be returned to automatic by use of the
launch mode select switch, if this occurs.
Power is inhibited for CALCMs which have a per-
manent fatal or safety critical fault. The advisory MANUAL LAUNCH COMMAND
message(s) Less [AMI] WARMUP/GYRO WAIT,
[AMI] CALCM GYRO WAIT, will be displayed on The MAN LNCH switch is used to initiate launch of
each MFD when a command to apply power to a CALCM missile from the pylon or launcher asso-
CALCM(s) that have not had a fifteen second cool ciated with the current cruise missile launch point
down period since gyro spindown, or have not had when in manual launch mode. It is also used to
an eight minute cool down period since a shutdown launch a Direct Targeted CALCM when PRGM-
without gyro spindown. Dn(n) is active. A bay manual launch can be se-
lected regardless of where the launcher position is,
READY-TO-LAUNCH (RTL) COMMAND but LCD will not start until the weapon is within
one position of down. In manual launch mode, entry
The PREARM/SAFE switch is used to provide WCP of a manual launch command will cause a CALCM
control of CALCM missiles to be launched. When associated with the next weapon event to enter
momentarily placed in the PREARM position for launch countdown if the launch prerequisite condi-
valid selected location(s) and station(s) which have tions discussed in Section VII under MISSILE
power applied, the RTL status will indicate RDY on LAUNCH have been met.
FRMT-7 and the weapon can be automatically or
manually launched when other launch prerequisite The switch light will be illuminated when the
conditions are satisfied. When the switch is momen- launch command is accepted and extinguished at
tarily placed in the SAFE position for valid selected the completion of the launch sequence or if manual
location(s) and station(s) which have power applied, launch is deselected. If the manual launch switch is
or if no PREARM command has been given the RTL depressed while it is illuminated (i.e. a manual
status will indicate SAF on FRMT-7 and weapon launch has already been initiated), manual launch
launch is inhibited. RTL is a prerequisite to launch. is deselected and the light will extinguish. If LCD
has not started when this occurs, no launch is initi-
The advisory message Less [AMI] LOC/STA??, ated. If LCD has started when this occurs, a LCD
[AMI] CALCM LOC/STA??, will be displayed when hold occurs which lasts until the manual launch
RTL or Safe is commanded and any of the following switch is pressed again or the hold timer expires. If
conditions are true. the CALCM associated with the next weapon event
• No location/station is selected on the WCP.
is not ready to be launched when the launch switch
• Individual stations are selected on a pylon or
is momentarily depressed, the switch input will be
ignored.
launcher and at least one of the selected CALCMs
is not powered ON.
• All stations on a pylon or launcher are selected If either the WCP unlock consent switch or the pi-
lot’s missile consent switch are not in the UNLOCK
using the ALL switch and no CALCM at that location
position when launch is commanded, the ejector un-
is powered ON. If all stations are selected and if one
lock enables will not be present, so the command
or more CALCMs are powered ON on a selected pylon
will not be processed and the advisory message
or launcher, the command will be processed only for
Less [AMI] LCD ENTRY INHB, [AMI] CALCM
those CALCMs that are powered ON. No advisory
LCD ENTRY, will be displayed on each MFD.
message will be displayed unless there are no
CALCMs powered ON at another selected location.
The advisory message Less [AMI] LOC/STA??,
MISSILE LAUNCH MODE SELECT COMMAND [AMI] CALCM LOC/STA??, will be displayed when
manual launch is commanded and the following
The LNCH MODE (AUTO - MAN) switch is used to conditions are true.
select between the automatic or manual launch
modes. When a weapon is in launch countdown
• The current destination is not a cruise missile
launch point or there are no CALCMs associated
changing a weapon from automatic to manual
with the cruise missile launch point.
launch mode will cause the weapon to enter a
launch countdown hold. This command may be en-
• PRGM-Dnn is not entered to select a direct
targeted weapon.

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LAUNCHER ROTATE COMMAND Bomb Tone Scoring master switch can also be used
to end TONE operation by momentarily placing the
The WCP LCHR ROTATE switch commands rota- switch in the CUTOFF position. The Bomb Tone
tion of the launcher to the currently selected weap- Scoring master switch must be used to initiate the
on in the bay. In order to use this command, the tone prior to each launch or the cutoff command
launch mode must be manual, only one station in from the SMO will be ignored.
the bay must be selected, and the launcher cannot
be carrying out a previously commanded launcher OAS Power Control Panel
rotate command. The LCHR ROTATE switch will
remain illuminated until the launcher has stopped The OAS power control panel (figure 1-14) located
rotating. on the navigators’ front panel provides power con-
trol for the OAS and the MIU (Missile Interface
The command will be ignored if not in manual Unit). All legends are backlighted green when
launch mode or if the launcher is carrying out a power is on. The MIU switches which command
previously commanded launcher rotate command. power to the MIU are alternate action pushbuttons
Launcher rotation commanded by a launch or jetti- and will remain latched if the MIU loses power or is
son command takes precedence over a manual rota- shut down by the OAS. The light in the switch is
tion request and it will be ignored. software controlled and will go out when MIU
power is removed regardless of switch position. To
WEAPON CONTROL PANEL ABNORMAL reapply power to the MIU when they have been
PROCEDURES shut down by other than the operator, the switch
must be pressed and released to reset the switch
An advisory WCP on the MFD indicates malfunc- and then pressed a second time to reapply MIU
tion on the WCP. The operator will use CF-E (figure power.
1-31) to back up actions accomplished on the WCP.
This will allow the operator to work around certain Keyboard
failures of the WCP and OAS power control panel.
The keyboards (figure 1-15) located at the naviga-
NOTE tor’s and radar navigator’s stations, provide inter-
face with the control of the OAS and weapon sys-
With a total WCP failure prior to accom- tem. The keyboard and MFD provide operator in-
plishing hardwired functions, weapon re- terface with the weapons through the selection of
lease is not possible. format (FRMT), control function (CF), program
(PRGM), and modify (MDFY) commands. The selec-
CF-E may be used in conjunction with an opera- tion of FRMT results in the display of a specific
tional WCP and OAS power panel to operate the OAS and weapon data presentation on the selected
system. The operators may use keyboard entries to MFD. Control function selection results in display
perform functions mechanized on these panels at of a specific OAS data display or initiates the entry
any time regardless of the panels go/no-go status. into a specific operating mode. If WCP switches
The OAS will treat the keyboard command as if it malfunction, the navigator or radar navigator can
had originated from the WCP or OAS power panel. select CF-E which provides a display of the WCP
The lock-unlock function is not available on the switches and the MIU power switches.
CF-E backup. The display is laid out in basically
the same arrangement as the panel. To accomplish MULTIFUNCTION DISPLAYS
a backup action for the malfunctioning panel
switch, the operator enters CF-E and the symbols The multifunction display (MFD) (figure 1-16) is a
associated with the switch on the keyboard in the CRT display unit. The MFD displays scan con-
same sequence that normal switch operation would verted radar video, electro-optical viewing system
occur. See CF-E this section for further discussion (EVS) video, and alphanumeric mission data. Two
of the CF-E functions. MFDs are located at the navigator’s station and two
at the radar navigator’s station.
Bomb Tone Scoring Switch
MFD DISPLAY FIGURES
The SMO controls the Bomb Tone Scoring cutoff at
weapon release (launch) for each powered on In the MFD display figures in this T.O., the items
CALCM. The Bomb Tone Scoring master switch, modifiable by the operator or the SMO are repre-
figure 1-13 is located at the Radar Navigator’s sta- sented in the display explanations as lower case
tion and begins TONE operation when the switch is (non-capital) letters. The labels which are not modi-
momentarily placed in the INITIATE position. The fiable are presented in all capital letters.

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

1 MUNITIONS CONSENT PANEL 3 PYLON JETTISON CONTROL PANEL


2 BOMB BAY AND MISSILE JETTISON CONTROL 4 PYLON JETTISON CONSENT PANEL
PANEL 5 PILOT CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL

Figure 1-9. Pilot’s Station CALCM Related Controls and Switches (Typical)

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Figure 1-10. OAS/Missile Data Flow

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

PILOT’S LEFT SIDE PANEL

Figure 1-11. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

NAVIGATOR’S FRONT PANEL

NO. CONTROL/INDICATOR FUNCTION

1 WEAPON JETTISON Spring-loaded to NORM (off) position. Used with unlock consent from pilot’s
SELECT (SEL) Switch missile consent panel and WCP nuclear lock-unlock switch.

SEL - Jettisons missiles selected on location and station switches.

2 NUCLEAR PREARM SAFE Three position, spring-loaded to neutral (N).


Switch
PREARM - When momentarily placed to PREARM, changes the status of the
missiles selected by WCP location and station switches to Ready To Launch
(RDY).
SAFE - When momentarily placed to SAFE, with a LOCATION and STATION
selected, removes RDY status from the selected missiles.

Figure 1-12. Weapon Control Panel (Sheet 1 of 2)

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

NO. CONTROL/INDICATOR FUNCTION

3 STATION Switches Used with location switches to select individual Bay missile stations (1
through 8), pylon missile stations (1 through 6) or all (ALL) stations at the
selected location for missile operational functions

4 WEAPON POWER (WPN Three position, spring-loaded to neutral (N).


PWR) Switch
ON - Commands power be applied to the missiles selected by the location and
station switches on the WCP.

OFF - Commands power be removed from the missiles selected by the WCP.

5 NUCLEAR CAUTION (NUC Not used with the CALCM SMO.


CAUTN) Light

6 MASTER FAULT (MSTR Indicates a fault has occurred and more information is available on the MFD.
FAULT) Light Pressing acknowledges receipt of message, turns light off, and erases mes-
sage.

7 LAMP TEST Switch When pressed all panel lights will come on.

8 MISSILE MANUAL LAUNCH Starts the missile launch countdown if SAIR exists. Light will remain on until
Switch missile has been launched.

9 MISSILE LAUNCH MODE Alternately selects automatic (AUTO) or manual (MAN) launch mode and
Switch turns on respective light. Light also indicates OAS selected launch mode. MAN
overrides auto and enables manual launch switch.

10 LAUNCHER ROTATE (LCHR Used in manual launch mode to position selected BAY missile in launch posi-
ROTATE) Switch tion. The light remains on until the missile is in the commanded position.

11 LOCATION Switches Used with station select switches to select missiles for missile operation
functions

LP (Left Pylon) - selects left pylon missiles.

RP (Right Pylon) - selects right pylon missiles.

BAY (Bay) - selects bay missiles.

12 NUCLEAR PREARM Not used with the CALCM SMO.


ENABLE Switch

13 NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK Guarded two position switch used with pilot’s consent to lock and unlock mis-
Switch sile ejectors.

14 PYLON LOCK-UNLOCK Guarded two position lever lock switch gives consent to jettison missile pylons.
Switch

Figure 1-12. Weapon Control Panel (Sheet 2 of 2)

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

BOMB TONE SCORING PANEL

CONTROL-
NO. INDICATOR FUNCTION

1 Bomb TONE ON Light A tone-on indicator light located on the bomb tone scoring panel is illumi-
nated when the bomb tone scoring system has been energized.

2 Bomb Tone Scoring Switch The switch provides a means of energizing the bomb tone scoring system
and has INITIATE- -NORMAL- -CUTOFF positions The switch is spring-
loaded to the unmarked NORMAL position. Actuating this switch momen-
tarily to INITIATE position will energize the circuit, causing the tone-on in-
dicator light to illuminate and both UHF radio sets to transmit a steady
tone provided both UHF radio sets are turned on. Actuating this switch
momentarily to CUTOFF position will deenergize the circuit, causing the
bomb tone indicator light to go out and the tone transmission to stop.

Figure 1-13. Bomb Tone Scoring Panel

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

NAVIGATOR’S FRONT PANEL

NO. CONTROL/INDICATOR FUNCTION

1 LAMP TEST Switch Tests all lights on the Power Control Panel.

2 MISSILE INTERFACE UNIT MIU/LP - Commands power to the left pylon missile interface unit and
Switches missile heaters.
MIU/BAY - Commands power to the bay missile interface unit and
missile heaters
MIU/RP - Commands power to the right pylon missile interface unit and
missile heaters.
NOTE
• There is a delay of up to 15 seconds for an ON indication change
following power application/removal commanded by the operator.
• If MIU power is lost or removed by OAS, the MIU power switch
will not automatically reset, and therefore must be pushed and
released once to reset the switch manually, then pressed a sec-
ond time to reapply power to the MIU.
• The MIU power off sequence requires 15 seconds to allow mis-
siles to power down and an additional 5 seconds for the MIU to
power off before power is actually removed from the MIU and the
light indication goes out.
3 MASTER POWER Switch ON (light on) sends master power to:
• OAS
• Weapon Control Panel
• Armament Interface Unit (AIU)
• Electro-Explosive Device (EED) power after MIU power is ON.
• Ejector Unlock power
• Enable MIU Power switches
• Enable missile power
For all other functions, refer to the applicable flight manual.

Figure 1-14. OAS Power Control Panel

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

MISSILE RELATED KEYS AND SWITCHES

NO. CONTROL/INDICATOR FUNCTION

1 0 - 9 Keys Enter the respective number in the data/command to be transferred. When


used in conjunction with upper corner key, gives N, S, E, W, +, -, and comma
(,).
2 ENTER Key Completes the operator sequence. When pressed, data/commands will be
transferred to OAS and displayed on MFD.
3 Message (MSG) Switch Acknowledges an existing message after being displayed on all four MFDs.
4 Crosshair On Target Key Used to designate the crosshair position.
5 A - F Keys Enter respective letter in data/command to be transferred.
6 Return (RTN) Key Places the MFD cursor to the first operator-changeable position in the row des-
ignated.
7 Backspace (←) and Advance Keys move the cursor on the MFD to the left and right respectively.
(→) Keys
8 Upper Corner (UC) Key When pressed, the number keys enter the symbols in the upper left corner of
the key.
9 Display Select Keys (4) PRGM displays current event program or selected event program.

CF displays OAS mode supervision menu or initiates entry into specific OAS
mode.

MDFY initiates operator changes to MFD displayed data.

FRMT displays video and/or data


10 L MFD and R MFD Selection Select either MFD for display of data inputs from the keyboard
Switches

Figure 1-15. Integrated Keyboard (IKB)

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

TYPICAL MFD RADAR NAVIGATOR’S AND NAVIGATOR’S FRONT PANELS

PRIME MISSION DATA (PMD)

CRITICAL DESIGNATION/LAUNCH EVENT DATA


OR
OAS SUPERVISORY MENUS, MISSION DATA TABLES,
AND WEAPON/PME STATUS

OAS ADVISORY DATA AREA

KEYBOARD DATA INPUTS


MASTER FAULT MESSAGES NUCLEAR CAUTION MESSAGE PME FAULT MESSAGES
QUESTIONS REQUIRING YES - NO RESPONSE
OAS ADVISORY MESSAGES AND SELECTED WEAPON STATION STATUS

GENERAL DISPLAY ARRANGEMENT

Figure 1-16. Multifunction Display

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

MISSILE JETTISON in the OAS even until all statused weapons


have been jettisoned. Resetting the Bomb
[AMI] The crew can command the SMO to jettison Door Control Valve circuit breakers will
MIU controlled weapons at locations controlled by cause the bomb bay doors to open, which
the SMO, when the SMO is primary and the MIUs will complete the jettison sequence causing
at the selected locations are on. all internal CSRL weapons to be jettisoned.
Once selective jettison is commanded using
MISSILE JETTISON SWITCH the pilots’ switch, the only way to clear the
resident jettison command from the OAS
Missile jettison is accomplished using the naviga- without jettisoning the weapons is by shut-
tor’s weapon jettison select switch on the WCP or ing down OAS (CF-67).
the pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile jettison control
switch (figure 1-17). The WCP jettison switch al-
• Jettison of missiles from the aft inboard py-
lon stations is inhibited if bomb doors are
lows the navigator to selectively jettison one or
not closed and latched.
more missiles by selecting the location and station
switches on the WCP. Pressing the pilots’ Bomb Bay • The CALCM SMO has no interlocks pre-
& Missile jettison control switch jettisons all weap- venting jettison on the ground. With unlock
ons Less [AMI] on the aircraft, [AMI] controlled by consent, and power applied to the OAS and
the primary SMO. In order to jettison CALCMs, the WIU, actuation of jettison switches
OAS must be operating, the respective MIU must while on the ground will result in weapon
be powered, and, for CSRL missiles, PDUC power jettison.
must be applied. The missile jettison system is il-
lustrated in figure 1-18. NOTE

• With a total WCP failure prior to accom-


plishing hardwired functions, missile
launch or jettison, and pylon jettison is not
• The pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison possible.
Control switch jettisons all GWD and ac-
tive/primary SMO controlled weapons
• If unlock enables are not present for the
MIU from which the weapon is being jetti-
loaded on the aircraft and will only be used soned, when jettison is commanded, the
as a backup to jettison by the Radar Navi- weapon will be powered down (if powered
gator. If jettison is commanded using the pi- on) for the associated MIU, and the master
lots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison Control fault NO UE will be displayed on each
switch, all GWD weapons and, with OAS MFD.
operating and MIUs/WIUs powered, all ac-
tive/primary SMO controlled weapons will • If a multiple CALCM jettison is command-
be jettisoned. Proper separation clearance ed, some of the weapons may not have a jet-
between weapons and between weapons tison or hung release advisory displayed at
and aircraft cannot be ensured. the bottom of the MFD. This is attributed
to timing differences between the jettison
• The radar navigator’s Bomb Bay Jettison and the advisory display update rate.
switch is excluded from operation with the
CALCM SMO, however, a malfunction in
• [AMI] If the primary SMO is not assigned
to the selected jettison location(s) on the
the jettison system could enable the switch, WCP when using the jettison select switch,
making it function in the same manner as or to all locations when using the pilots’
the pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile jettison Bomb Bay & Missile jettison control switch,
switch. an advisory message X: JETT INHIB is dis-
• Selectively jettisoning pylon missiles using played, where X is the location B, L, or R
for bay, left pylon, or right pylon respective-
the Pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison
Control switch, while attempting to retain ly. Select jettison location for which the
internal CSRL weapons by pulling Bomb SMO is primary or change the primary
Door Control Valve circuit breakers is not SMO for the desired locations and reaccom-
authorized. If jettison is attempted in this plish.
fashion, the jettison command will remain

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NOTE

[AMI] BOMB BAY AND MISSILE JETTISON CONTROL switch jettisons all weapons controlled by the primary SMO.

Figure 1-17. Pilot’s Jettison Controls and Indicators

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Figure 1-18. Missile Jettison System

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PYLON JETTISON
PYLON JETTISON CONTROL SWITCH
Do not reposition the pylon jettison consent
Pylon jettison is accomplished by using the pilot’s switch(es) after the pylons have been jetti-
pylon jettison control switches (figure 1-19) after soned. Damage to the pylon lock-unlock ac-
unlock consent is given and the release circuits dis- tuator could occur.
connect is connected. Unlock consent between the
navigator and pilot must exist by use of the naviga- NOTE
tor’s pylon lock-unlock switch on the WCP, and the
pilot’s pylon jettison consent panel switches. A bar- • Even though pylon(s) indicate unlocked
ber pole indication on the pylon locked indicator (barber pole) and READY, pylon jettison
means the pylon is not locked. When the ready light will not occur unless EED power is avail-
on the pilot’s pylon jettison control panel comes on, able from the NDC power supply. At least
the pylon is ready for jettison. EED power for pylon one MIU must be powered in order for the
jettison is supplied by the Noninterrupted DC NDC power supply to supply EED power.
(NDC) power supply. The NDC power supply is
powered any time at least one MIU is powered. See
figure 1-20 for pylon jettison system.
• With total WCP failure prior to accomplish-
ing hardwired functions, pylon jettison is
impossible.

RELEASE CIRCUITS DISCONNECT (RCD)

The release circuits disconnect (figure 1-19), when


connected, completes the pylon jettison circuits. The
Do not jettison pylon any time there are
RCD is enclosed and has a transparent plexiglass
missiles loaded unless the flight safety of
protective door. The plug and receptacle can be con-
the aircraft is in jeopardy.
nected, or disconnected by pulling the T-handle
after the protective door has been opened.

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Figure 1-19. Pylon Jettison Controls and Indicators

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Figure 1-20. Pylon Jettison System

Change 2 1-35/(1-36 blank)


BLA
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

PART 3 - CALCM OAS SOFTWARE AND DISPLAYS


STORES MANAGEMENT OVERLAY (SMO) [AMI] If the CALCM SMO is not the Primary
SMO, only MIU power, heating and monitoring
The OAS controls the programming, targeting, functions (FRMT-7A, 7B, 7C and 77) are available
alignment, and launch CALCMs using the flight for the missiles.
computer program (FCP). The FCP consists of the
flight management system (FMS), stores manage- [AMI] If the CALCM SMO is currently the Primary
ment overlay (SMO), and [AMI] Common Stores SMO and will become a secondary SMO the selection
Processing (CSP). The FMS controls navigation, ra- process will be inhibited if any process is active that
dar, controls and displays, and supports the Con- can’t be accomplished in the secondary SMO mode.
ventional Air Launched Cruise Missile (CALCM)
SMO. The CALCM SMO contains all weapon con- In order to obtain an accurate Time of Launch Er-
trol and delivery functions required with CALCMs. ror (TLE) for preplaned CALCM missions (direct
[AMI] The CSP incorporates common stores/weap- targeted CALCMs use TLE of zero), the following
on capabilities and provides multi-SMO operation. FMS data is needed:
• The Universal Time Coordinate (UTC).
The SMO menu can be displayed to allow the oper-
ator to select the appropriate SMO. Up to 10 SMOs
• The Planned Time of Arrival (PTA) Reference
for a designated destination.
can be listed on control function CF-62, the SMO
Load Menu. Functions performed by the SMO in-
• The Planned Time of Arrival on FRMT-10 for
a designated destination.
clude weapon control processing, simulation pro-
cessing, and controls and displays processing. To Both values are input on the FMS Startup Menu
perform its required functions, the SMO interfaces (CF-61) display, with the inputs validated by the
with existing aircraft weapon system components, FMS. The UTC needs to be entered only once. How-
the OAS sources of navigation, steering, controls ever, the PTA Reference for a designated destina-
and displays processing, mission data, and with the tion should be entered each time a B-52 mission is
global positioning system (GPS) hardware. loaded and before the first launch at a launch point.
(Updating the PTA reference for each launch point
SMO INITIALIZATION is recommended.) The SMO does not need to be
loaded prior to entering this data.
Less [AMI] The SMO is automatically initialized
and begins execution immediately upon being NOTE
loaded into the ACUs. The procedure for loading
the SMO into the ACUs is equivalent to loading any • For proper missile mission timing, planned
other ICSMS SMO. The SMO, if it exists on the missile launch time must be entered into
OCP DTUC, is identified on the CF-62 Menu by the CF-61, Line 3, PTA REF time.
label CALCM followed by optional version informa-
tion. The SMO is loaded by operator entering • The hours field of the PTA Reference ac-
CF-62,n, where n is the line number with the cepts an input up to 48, allowing update of
CALCM label. The advisory message SMO LOAD planned arrival times past midnight of the
CMPLT is displayed on each MFD following current date.
completion of a SMO load.
SMO TERMINATION
[AMI] SMO load and primary SMO selection are
described in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12, Section 1, Offensive SMO execution can be terminated in either of the
Avionics System. SMO titles are selected from the following Less [AMI] three ([AMI] two) ways.
SMO load menu (CF-62) and loaded by position (LP,
BAY, RP). Selected SMOs appear at the top of the Less [AMI] Another SMO can be loaded into the
SMO Load Menu by position in blinking video while ACUs, using CF-62,n a SMO load initialization pro-
loading. The SMO titles convert to normal video cess which terminates execution of and overwrites
when loading is complete and appear as bright un- the SMO. With this method, FMS will continue to
derlined video when selected as the primary SMO. be executed. The SMO will inhibit the command to
terminate execution if any MIU is powered ON. The
[AMI] With CALCM designated as the Primary SMO will delay compliance with the SMO load re-
SMO (CF-62x), all CALCM weapon functions are quest until all outstanding SMO faults have been
available. The CALCM can be powered, aligned, recorded and DTU Input/Output is complete (if an
monitored, targeted, ranged, launched and jetti- FDRC is installed).
soned.

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Less [AMI] A CF-64 command will immediately one occurred. However, some SMO functions may
halt FMS and SMO processing and erase processor rely on non-resident FMS functions and have to
memory. The INSs, WCE and weapons will not be wait for the FMS Reconfiguration Load to complete
powered off and can not be powered off until the before they can operate.
FMS and SMO are reloaded.
[AMI] SMO capabilities and processes are affected
[AMI] The operator can command the FMS to un- when reconfiguration occurs (i.e. the secondary
load the SMO as described in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12, ACU takes over the functions of the primary ACU).
Section 1, Offensive Avionics System. With this SMO operation is suspended until its functions can
method, FMS will continue to be executed. The be taken over by the other processor. Some opera-
SMO will delay compliance with the command to tions will continue and some abort. The following
terminate execution until the SMO has removed SMO processes are or may be affected by reconfi-
power from the WCE and all outstanding faults guration:
have been recorded. • Flex targeting data modification aborts and
A CF-67 command can be entered by the operator has to be restarted.
which halts execution of all software loaded into the • Direct targeting data modification aborts and
ACUs (FMS and any loaded SMO(s)). The SMO will has to be restarted.
delay compliance with the shutdown request until • The missile launch process aborts and has to
all outstanding SMO faults have been recorded and be restarted.
for as long as it takes to power down all WCE that • The store jettison process aborts and has to be
is powered ON. restarted.
• Fuze data modification aborts and has to be
SMO RESTART restarted.
The method of restarting the SMO is dependent • MIU power application might abort and have
upon the method which terminated SMO execution. to be restarted.
The three methods are described below. • CALCM power application might abort and
have to be restarted.
If SMO execution was terminated by loading another • The manual targeting of a CALCM might
SMO into the ACUs, the SMO must be reloaded into abort and have to be restarted.
the ACUs as described in SMO INITIALIZATION. • The flex targeting of a CALCM might abort
If SMO execution was terminated by entering and have to be restarted.
CF-67, the FMS and the SMO can be restarted by • The direct targeting of a CALCM might abort
depressing the PROC SYNC button on the CSCP, if and have to be restarted.
ACU memory has not been erased. [AMI] All SMO displays remain on the MFD they
were on prior to reconfiguration although modifica-
If SMO execution was terminated by entering
tion of data will be inhibited for the flex, direct, and
CF-64 or CF-67 with a memory erase, there is no
fuze data input screens because all targeting pro-
SMO restart capability without reloading the FMS
cesses are aborted. After reconfiguring, the SMO
and the SMO.
will display the CALCM CLAPAR LD advisory.
SMO RECONFIGURATION
If the condition and status of the data in the ACUs
Less [AMI] SMO capabilities and processes are af- is in question after reconfiguration, it is recom-
fected when reconfiguration occurs (i.e. the Hot Spare mended that the crew reload any, or all, of the fol-
ACU takes over the functions of the CAD or NAWD lowing:
ACU). SMO operation is suspended until its functions • FMS
can be taken over by a new processor. The FMS shows • CALCM SMO
reconfiguration has occurred by displaying advisory • B-52 Mission
messages indicating reconfiguration load status. The
Controls and Displays (C&D) Commands
FMS loads the SMO Reconfiguration Load first, then
the FMS Reconfiguration Load from the load DTUC. Reconfiguration aborts or interrupts various SMO
The advisories displayed by the FMS for a successful processes, and therefore may require SMO C&D com-
Reconfiguration Load should be as follows: mands to be re-entered after reconfiguration occurs to
• SMO RCNFG LDG restart them, or to ensure that SMO controlled condi-
• SMO RCNFG COMPLT tions are set as desired. All SMO C&D commands con-
• FMS RCNFG LDG tinue to function and are available for entry immedi-
• FMS RCNFG COMPLT ately after a reconfiguration occurs. Less [AMI] Some
commands will wait until FMS RCNFG COMPLT is
Less [AMI] All SMO functions are currently resi- displayed before being carried out, or the command
dent in the Hot Spare ACU, so there is no SMO Re- may have to wait to be issued until after FMS RCNFG
configuration Load required as part of the reconfi- COMPLT is displayed.
guration process, even though the FMS reports that

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OAS POWER CONTROL PANEL COMMANDS • CALCMs in power off sequence (during MIU
off) when reconfiguration occurs will immediately
Less [AMI] It is not necessary to wait for FMS Re- indicate being off afterwards. Since a complete
configuration Load to complete before using the spindown does not occur, an 8 minute cool-down pe-
switches on the Power Control panel. If the MIU is riod is required prior to weapon power application.
powering on when reconfiguration occurs, the pow- The WPN PWR switch can be used to power weap-
er on sequence aborts. The appropriate switch ons off, if desired, at any time after reconfiguration
needs to be set to the OUT position then set back to occurs.
the IN position to restart the MIU power-on process • The launcher rotation light remains as it was
if this happens. If the MIU is already on, it should prior to reconfiguration, and should be available for
stay on. use immediately after reconfiguration. A rotation
commanded prior to reconfiguration should contin-
NOTE ue to the commanded position.
• The MSTR FAULT switch should be available
If the MIU is powering down when reconfi- immediately after reconfiguration occurs. Its light
guration occurs, it will immediately indicate will be as it was prior to reconfiguration, unless
that it is off, as will any powered-on weap- faults are detected, in which case it will be illumi-
ons for the MIU. It will be necessary to wait nated.
for 8 minutes of gyro cool-down time prior • The NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK switch posi-
to weapon power application for any weap- tion is not affected by reconfiguration.
on powered down in this manner. • It is not necessary to wait for FMS Reconfi-
guration Load to complete to use WPN JETTISON
[AMI] It is necessary to wait for reconfiguration to switch. However, since reconfiguration aborts jetti-
complete before using the switches on the PCP. If son, any weapons that did not jettison need to be
the MIU is powering on when reconfiguration oc- reselected and the jettison switch toggled again.
curs, and the power-on sequence aborts, then the [AMI] It is necessary to wait for reconfiguration to
appropriate switch needs to be set to the non-de- complete before using the switches on the WCP.
pressed position then set back to the depressed
position to restart the power-on process for that • Reconfiguration clears all Location/Station
location. selections. They must be reselected.
• If a Weapon Power On or Off request was in-
WEAPON CONTROL PANEL (WCP) COMMANDS progress when a reconfiguration occurred, the opera-
tor must check via SMO MFD display(s) for the cur-
Less [AMI] It is not necessary to wait for FMS Re- rent weapon power status, to determine if a Weapon
configuration Load to complete before using the Power On or Off request needs to be reissued. If a
switches on the WCP. CALCM powers down because of reconfiguration, the
store power control switch will need to be used to pow-
• Reconfiguration causes the launch mode to be er it back on. However, there may be an eight minute
set to manual. Auto launch mode can be selected wait required to ensure gyro spindown has occurred.
afterwards. • If a Weapon Prearm or Safe request was in-
• Reconfiguration will abort launch, if in pro- progress when a reconfiguration occurred, the oper-
gress. If a manual launch was in progress, the ator must check via SMO MFD display(s) for the
manual launch command will have to be reissued current weapon prearm/safe status, to determine if
using the MAN LNCH switch. If an automatic a Prearm or Safe request needs to be reissued.
launch was in progress, then launch can be contin- • If a Weapon Selective Jettison request was in
ued by reselecting automatic launch mode using the progress when a reconfiguration occurred, the oper-
launch mode select switch. ator must check via SMO MFD display(s) for the
• Reconfiguration clears all location/station current weapon jettison status, to determine if a
selections. They must be reselected. Weapon Selective Jettison request needs to be reis-
• CALCMs in power-on sequence that have not sued. Since reconfiguration aborts the jettison pro-
started coarse alignment are powered off and re- cess, the selected jettison switch or the switch on
quire reapplication of missile power. Since the mis- the BMJCP may have to be pressed again to com-
sile does not immediately initiate spindown, an 8 plete jettison.
minute cool down period is required before weapon • The Launcher Rotation light remains as it was
power application will be allowed. prior to reconfiguration, unless it was illuminated
and the SMO requests CSP to extinguish it (e.g. the
rotation was aborted due to reconfiguration).
• Reconfiguration causes the Launch Mode to be
set to manual.

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• The Manual Launch light remains as it was mine if a Jettison request needs to be reissued.
prior to reconfiguration, unless it was illuminated Since reconfiguration aborts the jettison process,
and the SMO requests CSP to extinguish it (e.g. the this switch on the BMJCP or the selected jettison
launch was aborted due to reconfiguration). Since switch on the WCP may have to be pressed again to
reconfiguration aborts the launch process, if it was complete jettison.
prior to ejector squib firing, the manual launch
switch or the launch mode switch must be pressed IKB COMMANDS
again to complete launch.
• The Nuclear Unlock/Lock switch position is Less [AMI] It is not necessary to wait for FMS Re-
not affected by reconfiguration. The Unlock Con- configuration Load to complete before using the
sent status remains as it was prior to reconfigura- switches on the IKB. Certain SMO commands may
tion. need to be re-issued if their processes were aborted
• The Nuclear Prearm Enable/Off switch posi- by the reconfiguration and some may require FMS
tion is not affected by reconfiguration. The Prearm Reconfiguration Load to complete. Unless listed be-
Consent status remains as it was prior to reconfi- low, all SMO IKB commands are available for use
guration. immediately after reconfiguration occurs, subject to
• The Nuclear Caution switch remains as it was their normal prerequisite conditions.
prior to reconfiguration, unless it was extinguished
and nuclear caution messages were issued following Less [AMI] All display requests should be available
reconfiguration, then it will be illuminated. immediately after reconfiguration occurs.
• The Master Fault switch remains as it was
prior to reconfiguration, unless it was extinguished • Reconfiguration aborts Flex Targeting and Di-
and master fault messages were issued following rect Targeting data input. The command sequence
reconfiguration, then it will be illuminated. to continue the aborted targeting data input pro-
cess must be reissued. However, the last data field
PILOT’S MUNITIONS CONSENT PANEL entered on the Flex or Direct Targeting Input Dis-
COMMANDS (PMCP) plays (MDFY-nn) may not be processed properly if
reconfiguration occurs shortly after entry. There-
Less [AMI] It is not necessary to wait for FMS Re- fore, it is advisable to re-enter that field again
configuration Load to complete before using the when resuming the Flex or Direct Targeting Data
LOCK-UNLOCK switch on the Pilot’s Munitions input that was in progress when reconfiguration oc-
Consent Panel nor is its position affected by reconfi- curred.
guration. Less [AMI] All weapon targeting commands should
be available:
[AMI] It is necessary to wait for reconfiguration to
complete before using the switches on the Pilot’s • Immediately after CAD reconfiguration oc-
curs.
Munitions Consent Panel. The Unlock Consent
status remains as it was prior to reconfiguration, • Immediately after FMS Reconfiguration Load
completes when NAWD reconfiguration occurs.
and the Prearm Consent status remains as it was
prior to reconfiguration. • Since Targeting aborts because of reconfigura-
tion, Manual Targeting (CF-556,nn) and Send Tar-
geting Data (CF-DD) commands may need to be re-
PILOT’S BOMB BAY AND MISSILE JETTISON
issued to ensure they are properly carried out. For
CONTROL (BMJCP) SWITCH COMMANDS
the Send Targeting Data (CF-DD) command to be
reissued, the Flex or Direct Targeting it was associ-
Less [AMI] It is not necessary to wait for FMS Re-
ated with must first be restarted.
configuration Load to complete before using the pi-
lot’s bomb bay and missile jettison control switch.
• If the Target/Retarget All (CF-559) command
was active before reconfiguration, it will pick up
However, since reconfiguration aborts jettison, the
where it left off automatically once it establishes
switch must be pressed again to complete jettison.
that conditions are set to continue, or if desired, the
command may be reissued to start targeting over
[AMI] It is necessary to wait for reconfiguration to again.
complete before using the pilot’s bomb bay and mis-
sile jettison control switch. If a Jettison All request
• Although it is immediately available for use,
the Exit Targeting Mode command (CF-DE) does
was in progress when a reconfiguration occurred, not need to be used if Flex or Direct Targeting Data
the operator (navigator) must check via SMO MFD Input was active when reconfiguration occurred.
display(s) for the current jettison status, to deter-

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[AMI] It is necessary to wait for reconfiguration to Less [AMI] :


complete before using the switches on the IKB. All
• Control Function (CF) menu
Command Menu display request commands, Sys-
• Weapon Supervision Menu (CF-5)
tem Status display request commands, and System
• CALCM Supervision Menu (CF-55)
Control commands should be available for use im-
• FCP Supervision Menu (CF-6)
mediately after reconfiguration occurs. The opera-
• PME Status Display (FRMT-6)
tional (Strike/Sim) mode and the ECU Override re-
• Status and Inventory Display (FRMT-7)
main as they were prior to reconfiguration. Certain
CSP IKB commands may need to be reissued if
• Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)
their processes were aborted by the reconfiguration: [AMI] :
• If automatic targeting was actively targeting • Control Function Menu (CF-) for the current
a CALCM when reconfiguration occurred, the retar- operational (Strike/Sim) mode.
get all command need only be reissued if reconfi- • Weapon Supervision Menu (CF-5) for the
guration somehow disrupted the assigning of current operational (Strike/Sim) mode.
CALCMs to targets in the preferred launch se- • FCP Supervision Menu (CF-6) for the current
quence. Otherwise, automatic targeting will start ECU Override status.
back up on its own. • PME Status Display (FRMT-6).
• If manual targeting was active when reconfi- • Stores Summary Display (FRMT-77).
guration occurred, the manual targeting command
may need to be reissued to ensure the CALCM is The following displays may be reviewed if they
targeted correctly. were being used prior to reconfiguration to verify
• If flex targeting data input was active, includ- settings and conditions are as desired.
ing the fuze data input screen when applicable, • WCP Backup Display (CF-E)
when reconfiguration occurred, the flex targeting • Flex Targeting Input screen (CF-557,nn)
command must be reissued to continue entering • Direct Targeting Input screen (CF-558,nn)
flex targeting and/or fuze data.
• If direct targeting data input was active, in- Less [AMI] FMS Reconfiguration Load Fails
cluding the fuze data input screen when applicable,
when reconfiguration occurred, the direct targeting If the FMS Reconfiguration Load did not occur after
command must be reissued to continue entering di- the NAWD fails, due to a bad load DTUC or the
rect targeting and/or fuze data. load DTUC is not having been mounted or selected,
• If flex or direct targeting data was being sent SMO targeting functions will be affected as follows:
to a CALCM when reconfiguration occurred, the ap- • Auto targeting will cease to operate
propriate targeting command must be reissued • Manual Targeting (CF-556,nn) will result in a
prior to reissuing the send targeting data command TGT XFER ABORT advisory for any weapon, re-
to ensure the CALCM was targeted correctly. gardless of whether it was previously targeted or
not
MFD DISPLAYS • Flex Targeting (CF-557,nn) and the ensuing
CF-DD, Send Data command) will function only
When reconfiguration occurs, some SMO functions with those weapons that are already targeted to
are affected and can cause data that is displayed on CALCM launch points
the PCP, the WCP, and the MFDs to change. To as- • Direct Targeting (CF-558,n(n) and the ensuing
certain the current conditions after a reconfigura- CF-DD, Send Data command) will function only
tion occurs the following displays should be re- with those weapons that are already targeted, or
viewed to verify settings and conditions are as de- have indicated they have received GPS Initializa-
sired. tion Data. Weapons that have indicated they have
received GPS Initialization Data can only be Direct
Targeted.

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SMO MFD DISPLAYS • PRGM,nn CALCM Launch Point Program


Display
Displays can be requested on each Multifunction • PRGM, Dnn CALCM Direct Target Program
Display (MFD) which contain SMO data and are Display
used to interface with the operator for CALCM op- RELEASE ADVISORY DISPLAY
erations. Several of the displays are defined and
updated primarily by the FCP for which the SMO When weapons are declared launched, jettisoned,
provides additional data for display. Some of the aborted or hung, the Location/Station number and
displays are completely unique to SMO operation the appropriate status of each affected weapon will
for which the SMO provides all of the data. The fol- be shown as a Weapon Release advisory as indi-
lowing displays are affected wholly or in part by the cated in figure 1-21. The Weapon Release Advisory
SMO: display will be shown on the bottom of the display
• Release Advisory Display on all MFDs. There is no operator command to
• CF Control Function cause the Weapon Release advisory to be displayed.
• CF-5 Weapon Supervision Menu Once displayed, the data will remain on the MFDs
• CF-55 CALCM Supervision Menu for approximately five seconds after the release or
• CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display attempted release of the last weapon in the
• CF-558,nn Direct Target Input Display for sequence. The Weapon Release Advisory is also dis-
played when an abort to one or more weapons
Direct Target Dn
• CF-6 FCP Supervision Menu occurs.
• CF-61 FCP Initialization Display
• CF-62 SMO Load Menu NOTE
• CF-67 FCP Termination Display
• CF-8 Mission Supervision Menu If a multiple weapon jettison is commanded,
• CF-81 [AMI] Mission Data Load some of the weapons may not have a jetti-
son or hung release advisory displayed.
Display
• CF-82 [AMI] CALCM Group Selection This is attributed to timing differences be-
tween the jettison and the advisory display
Menu
• CF-DF Fuze Data Input Display when update rate.
entered from the Flex or Direct
Target Displays PRIME MISSION DATA
• CF-DF or [AMI] CALCM Group Assign
Less [AMI] The prime mission data is displayed
CF-DB ment Display when entered
from CALCM Status & Inven anytime a MFD is displaying CF-61, CF-67, CF-E,
tory Display FRMT-2, FRMT-4, FRMT-5, FRMT-6, FRMT-8,
• CF-E Weapon Control Panel Backup FRMT-9, FRMT-10, or a PRGM display.
Display
• FRMT- Format Menu [AMI] Prime mission data (PMD) displays aircraft
• FRMT-1 Radar Display Data location, flight parameters, and mission parameters
• FRMT-2 Radar Display Data with PMD to monitor mission performance. Either Full or Par-
• FRMT-4 EVS Display Data tial PMD is displayed at the top of most MFDs. See
• FRMT-5 EVS Full Display Data T.O. 1B-52H-1-12 for a further description of PMD.
• FRMT-6 PME Status Display The SMO produces a one line PMD when FRMT-7
• FRMT-7 CALCM Status and Inventory is entered. The one line PMD only displays time-to-
Display go to current destination, steering heading error
• FRMT-7xy CALCM Status and Inventory with associated course correction arrow, and time of
Display with Selected Station day.
Status
• FRMT-10 Destination Table Display The SMO provides the destination label for the cur-
• FRMT-10,nn Destination Table Display rent destination when the destination is a CALCM
for destination nn launch point.

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WINDOW DISPLAY FUNCTION

1 xy Location and station of each weapon launched.


x= B for Bay stations, L for Left pylon stations, and R for Right pylon
stations.
y = Station number - Bay 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8.
Pylon 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6

The location and station of the weapon launched will be displayed in window 1
and will be displayed for 5 seconds. If multiple jettison from pylons occurs,
some messages may be skipped due to display timing.

2 AWAY_ The weapon was successfully launched.


HUNG_ The weapon umbilical and/or ejector status indicate that the weapon was not
released.
ABORT A weapon abort was commanded.
JETT_ The weapon was successfully jettisoned.

Figure 1-21. Release Advisory Display

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CONTROL FUNCTION (CF) DISPLAYS The SMO will reject a CF-50 command and display
it in reverse video when the operational mode is
SMO Control Function (CF) commands are listed in FULL SIM or PART SIM and the MIUs are being
figure 1-22. Pressing the CF key on the IKB will simulated in the ON condition. The SMO will reject
display the CF MENU display (figure 1-23). Much a CF-50 command and display it in reverse video if
of the data displayed on the Control Function Menu simulated power is applied to any MIU, Go/No-Go
is related to FMS and will not be discussed in this test option is active or SIT (System Interface Test)
T.O. The SMO related items are included in this option is active.
T.O. Operations are listed below:
[AMI] Operator entry of CF-50 will command the
• 5 WPN SUPV indicates a CF-5 command can weapon system from SIM mode into STRIKE mode.
be used to request the Weapon Supervision Menu. If the command is entered while the weapon system
The current operational SMO mode (i.e., STRIKE, is in STRIKE mode, it will be ignored. The CF-50
PART SIM, FULL SIM, or Less [AMI] PLUS CT) command will be rejected and displayed in reverse
is displayed in the adjacent window. video if any of the following is true:
• 6 FCP SUPV, indicates a CF-6 command can
be used to request the FCP Supervision Menu. • Simulated Go/No-Go test mode is active.
• 8 MSN SUPV, indicates a CF-8 command can • Simulated SIT mode is active.
be used to request the Mission Supervision Menu. • Simulated power is applied to either MIU or
• E WCP BACKUP indicates a CF-E command to any weapon.
can be used to request the WCP Backup display.
After SIM mode is exited by commanding STRIKE
WEAPON SUPERVISION MENU (CF-5) mode, the B-52 mission data and the SMO must be re-
loaded to guarantee proper operation of the system.
The Weapon Supervision Menu, commanded by
CF-5, has the following functions: PART SIM Mode Command (CF-51)

• 50 STRIKE indicates a CF-50 command can be Less [AMI] Operator entry of CF-51 will command
used to select STRIKE mode. the SMO from STRIKE mode into PART SIM mode.
• 51 PART SIM indicates a CF-51 command can If the command is entered while the SMO is in
be used to select PART SIM from STRIKE mode. PART SIM mode, it will be ignored. The SMO will
• 52 FULL SIM indicates a CF-52 command can reject a CF-51 command and display it in reverse
be used to select FULL SIM from STRIKE mode. video under the following conditions:
• Less [AMI] 55 CALCM SUPV indicates a
CF-55 command can be used to select the CALCM • Power is applied to any MIU.
Supervision Menu. • Operational mode is FULL SIM.
• [AMI] 55 CALCM SUPV indicates a CF-55 • The B-52 mission tape payload type indicates
command can be used to select the CALCM Super- a war mission.
vision Menu when CALCM is designated the prima- • The MIUs have previously been powered ON
ry SMO. The alternate CALCM supervision display and any ejector was in the unlocked state.
commands, CF-5x (where x = A for left pylon, B for • Either SIT or Go/No-Go Testing mode is active.
bay, and C for right pylon), can be used at any time
to select the CALCM Supervision Menu, but the [AMI] Operator entry of CF-51 will command the
commands are only valid if the SMO is assigned to weapon system from STRIKE mode into PART SIM
the corresponding location. mode. If the command is entered while the weapon
• 59 BAY DOORS identifies the operator com- system is in PART SIM mode, it will be ignored.
mand to open and close the bomb bay doors (Not The CSP will reject a CF-51 command and display
pertinent to operation of the SMO). it in reverse video if any of the following is true:
When the Weapon Supervision Menu is displayed, • The system is in FULL SIM mode.
the current SMO mode (i.e., STRIKE, FULL SIM, • Mission data is for an operational (STRIKE)
or [AMI] PART SIM) is displayed, similar to the mission.
Control Function Menu (CF-). • Power is applied to an MIU or to any weapon.
• Actual Go/No-Go test mode is active.
STRIKE Mode Command (CF-50) • Actual SIT mode is active.
• 28 VDC T/R Power Discrepancy fault exists.
Less [AMI] Operator entry of CF-50 will command • AIU Communication fault exists.
the SMO from either SIM mode into STRIKE mode. • Any CALCM ejector is in the unlock state as de-
If the command is entered while the SMO is in termined from previously having MIU power applied.
STRIKE mode or PLUS CT mode, it will be ignored.

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FULL SIM Mode Command (CF-52) The CSP will reject a CF-52 command and display
it in reverse video if any of the following is true:
Less [AMI] Operator entry of CF-52 will command
• The system is in PART SIM mode.
the SMO from STRIKE mode into FULL SIM mode.
If the command is entered while the SMO is in • The loaded B-52 mission is an operational
(strike/war) mission.
FULL SIM mode, it will be ignored. The SMO will
reject a CF-52 command and display it in reverse • Power is applied to either MIU or to any weap-
on.
video under the following conditions:
• Actual Go/No-Go test mode is active.
• Power is applied to any MIU. • Actual SIT mode is active.
• Operational mode is PART SIM. • 28 VDC T/R Power Discrepancy fault exists.
• The B-52 mission tape payload type indicates • AIU Communication fault exists.
a war mission. • Any CALCM ejector is in the unlock state as de-
• The MIUs have previously been powered ON termined from previously having MIU power applied.
and any ejector was in the unlocked state.
• Either SIT or Go/No-Go Testing mode is active. FULL SIM mode operation is described in Section
[AMI] Operator entry of CF-52 will command the VII. The operational mode is displayed on Control
weapon system from STRIKE mode into FULL SIM Function Menu, Weapon Supervision Menu, and
mode. If the command is entered while the weapon CALCM Supervision Menu.
system is in FULL SIM mode, it will be ignored.

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COMMAND DESCRIPTION

CF Control Function Menu Request


CF-5 Weapon Supervisory Menu Request
CF-5x [AMI] CALCM Supervision Menu Request (Displays CALCM Supervision Menu, CF-55,
when CALCM SMO controls location x)
CF-50 STRIKE Mode Command
CF-51 PART SIM Mode Command
CF-52 FULL SIM Mode Command
CF-55 CALCM Supervision Menu Request
CF-550 [AMI] Auto Target Enable/disable Command
CF-55A* Telemetry Power On Command for Selected CALCM
CF-55B* Telemetry Power Off Command for Selected CALCM
CF-55C* Telemetry Power Transfer Command for Selected CALCM
CF-55D Crypto Key Override Command
CF-55E Warm-Up Override Command
CF-55F** Weapon Erase Command for selected CALCM
CF-550 [AMI] Automatic Target On/Off Command
CF-551 Go/No-Go Test Command (MAINTENANCE ONLY)
CF-552 SIT Command (MAINTENANCE ONLY)
CF-553 Manual SAIR Command for Current Launch Point
CF-554 Automatic Retargeting On/Off Command
CF-555** Classified Data Erase Command
CF-556,nn* Manual Targeting of a Selected CALCM to the Mission Associated with Cruise Missile
Launch Point nn
CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display Request for Launch Point nn
CF-558,nn* Direct Target Input Display Request for Selected CALCM with Direct Target Designa-
tion of Dnn.
CF-559 Manually Initiated Targeting or Retargeting of All Available CALCMs
CF-6 FCP Supervision Menu Request
CF-61 FCP Initialization Display Request
CF-62 SMO Load Menu Request
CF-62,n Less [AMI] SMO Load Command for SMO Menu No. n
CF-62x [AMI] Primary SMO Selection Command by SMO Location x
CF-64 Classified Data Erase Command
CF-65 SMO Mission Event Recording Command
CF-66 Clear PME Faults Command
CF-67 OAS Shutdown Command
CF-68 ECU Fault Override Command

Figure 1-22. SMO Control Function (CF) Commands (Sheet 1 of 2)

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COMMAND DESCRIPTION

CF-8 Mission Supervision Menu Request


CF-81,n Read B-52 Sortie Mission Data Command for Mission No. n
CF-82x [AMI] Weapon Group Selection Menu Request for SMO Loaded at Location x
CF-82,nn or n [AMI] CALCM Weapon Group Selection Command for Weapon Group No. nn or n.
CF-DB Page Backward from the AGM-86D Fuze Data Screen to the Flex or Direct Target Dis-
play
[AMI] Previous Sortie Command when entered from B-52 Mission Data Load Display,
CF-81
[AMI] Page Backward to Previous CALCM Group Selection Menu when entered from
CALCM Group Selection Menu
[AMI] Page to CALCM Status and Inventory Display when entered from Weapon
Group Assignment Data Display
CF-DD Send Data for Flex/Direct Targeting
CF-DE Exit Flex/Direct Targeting
CF-DF Page Forward to the AGM-86D Fuze Data Screen from Flex or Direct Target Displays
[AMI] Next Sortie Command when entered from B-52 Mission Data Load Display,
CF-81
[AMI] Page Forward to Next CALCM Group Selection Menu when entered from
CALCM Group Selection Menu
[AMI] Page to CALCM Status and Inventory Display when entered from Weapon
Group Assignment Data Display
CF-E Weapon Control Panel Backup Display Command
CLR-D Exit Direct Launch Mode Command

* Only one location and station can be selected if multiple locations and/or stations are selected, the command is
displayed in reverse video and LOC/STA?? advisory displayed.
** Multiple locations/stations can be selected.

Figure 1-22. SMO Control Function (CF) Commands (Sheet 2 of 2)

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CF CONTROL FUNCTION MENU

Less [AMI]

[AMI]

PMD

CF MENU

1 I N U - 1 SUP V
2 I N U - 2 SUP V
3 A L TER SUP V
4 NAV R E F
5 WPN SUP V 1
6 F C P SUP V
7 S TE E R SUP V
8 MSN SUP V

E WCP B ACK UP
F RNMP B ACK UP

- - - - CF -

B41011

Figure 1-23. Control Function (CF) Menu (Sheet 1 of 2)

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CF CONTROL FUNCTION MENU

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 STRIKE NO Operational mode is STRIKE.

PART SIM Operational mode is Part Simulation.


FULL SIM Operational mode is FULL Simulation.
Less [AMI] PLUS CT Operational mode is Plus Count.

Figure 1-23. Control Function (CF) Menu (Sheet 2 of 2)

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CF-5 WEAPON SUPERVISION MENU

Less [AMI]

[AMI]

PMD

5 WPN SUP V 1
5 0 S TR I K E
5 1 P AR T S I M
5 2 F UL L S I M

5 5 CA L CM SUP V

59 B AY DOORS 2
5A L P WPN SUP V 3
5B B AY WPN SUP V 3
5C RP WPN SUP V 3

- - - - CF - 5

B41012

Figure 1-24. CF-5 Weapon Supervision Menu (Sheet 1 of 2)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Operational Mode NO
STRIKE Operational mode is STRIKE.
PART SIM Operational mode is Part Simulation.
FULL SIM Operational mode is FULL Simulation.
Less [AMI] PLUS CT Operational mode is Plus Count.
2 Bomb Bay Door NO
Status
OPEN AIU door status indicates bay doors are open.
CLSD AIU door status indicates bay doors are closed.
UNLTCHD AIU door status indicates bay doors are not opened and not closed.
UNLTCHD AIU door status indicates bay doors are both opened and closed.
(Reverse Video)
3 [AMI] SMO ID NO
24 Character SMO ID SMO is loaded for the respective location (A=Left Pylon, B=Bay,
C=Right Pylon) but is not the Primary SMO.
24 Character SMO ID SMO is loaded for the respective location (A=Left Pylon, B=Bay,
(Bright Underlined C=Right Pylon) and is the Primary SMO.
Video)
Blank SMO is not loaded for the respective location (A=Left Pylon, B=Bay,
C=Right Pylon) but is not the Primary SMO.

Figure 1-24. CF-5 Weapon Supervision Menu (Sheet 2 of 2)

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CALCM Supervision Menu (CF-55) not occur unless valid Crypto Keys are available,
and weapons will not be launched unless Crypto
The CALCM Supervision menu, commanded by Keys are verified in the weapon GPS receiver. The
CF-55 ([AMI] CF-55, CF-5A, CF-5B, and CF-5C), is override will apply to all CALCMs. The current sta-
shown in figure 1-25. CF-55 displays the current tus of the Crypto Key override option is displayed
SMO status and lists CF commands associated with on the CALCM Supervision screen figure 1-25. The
CALCM operations. When the CALCM Supervision SMO will reject a CF-55D command to activate the
Menu is displayed, the current SMO mode (i.e., Crypto Key override option, removing targeting and
STRIKE or SIM) is displayed just as on the Control launch restrictions due to lack of Crypto Keys and
Function Menu (CF-) and the Weapon Supervision display the command in reverse video if another
Menu (CF-5). SMO confirmation message is active.

[AMI] Commands CF-5A, CF-5B, and CF-5C will Prior to initiating crypto key override the SMO will
display the same CALCM Supervision menu when- seek confirmation by displaying the question KEY
ever the CALCM SMO is loaded at the respective ORIDE? YES/NO. A YES response will result in
left pylon, bay, or right pylon location. Unlike crypto key override being initiated, while a NO re-
CF-5A, CF-5B, and CF-5C commands, the CF-55 sponse will terminate the request. After Less
command displays the CALCM Supervision menu [AMI] 60 seconds, [AMI] 120 seconds, the default
only when CALCM is designated as the primary response of NO will be assumed.
SMO. Although CF-5A, CF-5B, and CF-5C com-
mands are operable, whichever SMO is prime, if WARM UP OVERRIDE COMMAND CF-55E
CALCM is loaded but not prime, none of the options
on the CALCM Supervision menu, CF-550 through Prior to accepting a command for missile electronic
CF-559 and CF-55A through CF-F,x,y are available. power application, the SMO will ensure missile
heater power has been applied for forty minutes to
The control function commands that are unique to allow the missile electronic components to warm
the SMO are of the form CF-55x where x represents up. Missile heater power is applied to each missile
any of several digits or alpha characters which may at each location following MIU power application
or may not be followed by a comma and other dig- and initialization. Missile heater power is removed
it(s) or alpha characters. The CALCM Supervision from each missile at each location during the MIU
Menu displays the control function commands of shutdown process. Operator entry of CF-55E while
this form that are accepted by the SMO and the the warmup override is inactive, which is the initial
function commanded by each. In addition to identi- condition, will command the SMO to activate the
fying the CF-55x commands, the CALCM Supervi- warm up override option and to ignore the mini-
sion Menu (CF-55) also identifies other SMO com- mum CALCM heater power ON time for all mis-
mands not identified on other CALCM displays. siles. If the command is entered when the override
option is active, the missile warm up override op-
TELEMETRY POWER COMMANDS (CF-55A, tion will become inactive. The current status of the
CF-55B, AND CF-55C) missile warm up override option is displayed in ad-
jacent to the command on the CALCM Supervision
Discussion of the telemetry power commands Menu (CF-55) figure 1-25.
(CF-55A, CF-55B, and CF-55C) is contained in Sec-
tion IV. NOTE

CRYPTO KEY OVERRIDE COMMAND CF-55D • Warm up timer (CF-55E) will not be by-
passed for initial MIU operation.
Operator entry of CF-55D while the Crypto Key
override is inactive, which is the initial condition, • MIU power must be on for 40 minutes be-
will command the SMO to activate the Crypto Key fore missile power can be applied, unless
override option, removing targeting and launch re- timer override command is entered. CF-55E
strictions due to lack of Crypto Keys. Once active, will override approximately 35 minutes of
the Crypto Key override option will become inactive the 40 minutes warm-up time when ex-
only if the SMO is reloaded or if a logoff is com- treme cold conditions are present. Even
manded and the system is restarted. Entry of with CF-55E entered, missile power will not
CF-55D again after activating the override will be be accepted if missile INE platform temper-
ignored. If the override is not active, targeting will ature is not within limits.

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CF-55 CALCM SUPERVISION MENU


Less [AMI]

(CF-55, CF-5A, CF-5B, CF-5C)


[AMI]

* Only one location and station can be selected if multiple locations and/or stations are selected, the command is
displayed in reverse video and LOC/STA?? advisory displayed.
** Multiple locations/stations can be selected.
Figure 1-25. CF-55 CALCM Supervision Menu (Sheet 1 of 2)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Operational Mode NO

STRIKE Operational mode is STRIKE.


PART SIM Operational mode is Part Simulation.
FULL SIM Operational mode is FULL Simulation.
Less [AMI] PLUS CT Operational mode is Plus Count.
2 GO/NOGO Test Status NO
ON (Bright) Go/No-Go test is commanded and in progress. (Maintenance Function)
OFF (Bright) Go/No-Go test is not commanded.

3 SIT Test Status NO

ON (Bright) SIT test is commanded and in progress. (Maintenance Function)


OFF (Bright) SIT test is not commanded.
4 Auto Retarget Status NO
ON (Bright) Auto retarget function is commanded.
OFF (Bright) Auto retarget function is not commanded.
5 Crypto Key Override NO
Status
ON (Bright) Crypto key override, which inhibits launch restrictions due to lack of
crypto keys, is active.
OFF (Bright) Crypto key override is not commanded.
6 Warmup Override NO
Status
ON (Bright) Warmup override, which inhibits missile electronic power application
due to sufficient missile heater warmup time.
OFF (Bright) Warmup override is not commanded.
7 [AMI] Auto Target NO
Status
ON (Bright) Auto target function is commanded.
OFF (Bright) Auto target function is not commanded.

NOTE

Aircrew members will not command CF-551 or CF-552 with actual missiles onboard unless required to verity DTUC/DTC
contents. Entry of CF-551 with missiles powered will cause all missiles to power down at the end of the Go/No-Go test.

Figure 1-25. CF-55 CALCM Supervision Menu (Sheet 2 of 2)

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WEAPON ERASE COMMAND CF-55F Test tests can be performed on operational


CALCMs. The SMO will reject a CF-551 command
Operator entry of CF-55F will result in weapon and display it in reverse video if the SIT mode is ac-
mission data and the CALCMs operational flight tive or Less [AMI] the SIM mode is active ([AMI]
software (OSF) being erased for the weapon(s) se- any MIU has power applied). The SMO will display
lected on the WCP. The SMO will ignore the com- a GO/NOGO CMPLT advisory message when the
mand for any selected CALCMs that are off or go- test for all CALCMs for which powered was com-
ing off. The SMO will reject a CF-55F command to manded. Entry of CF-551 prior to test completion
initiate weapon erase and display the command in will exit the Go/No-Go Test function.
reverse video if any of the following conditions ex-
ist: NOTE
• At least one location and station is not Aircrew members will not command CF-551
selected.
• A single selected weapon is in launch or CF-552 with missiles on board unless re-
quired to verify DTUC/DTC contents. Entry
countdown.
• Less [AMI] Another SMO confirmation mes- of CF-551 with missiles powered will cause all
missiles to power down at the end of the Go/
sage is active. No-Go test.
Prior to initiating weapon erase the SMO will seek
confirmation by displaying the question WEAPON System Interface Test (SIT) CF-552
OFS ERASE? YES/NO. A YES response will result
in weapon erase being initiated, while a NO re- SIT performs a checkout of WCE, weapon interface,
sponse will terminate the request. After Less and missile(s). Entry of CF-552 will command the
[AMI] 60 seconds, [AMI] 120 seconds, the default SMO to activate the SIT function. When active, SIT
response of NO will be assumed. tests can be performed on operational CALCMs.
The SMO will reject a CF-552 command and dis-
NOTE play it in reverse video if the aircraft is not on the
ground, if the Go/No-Go Test is active, or Less
• Use of CF-55F and CF-555 is unrestricted af- [AMI] SIM mode is active ([AMI] any MIU has
ter authorization from higher headquarters. power applied). Entry of CF-552 prior to SIT
completion will exit the SIT Test function.
• CF-55F will erase all data from the missile,
including the missile Operational Flight Soft- NOTE
ware (OFS). The missile must be removed
from the aircraft in order for the software to Aircrew members will not command CF-551
be reloaded. CF-55F will erase missile data or CF-552 with missiles on board. Entry of
from any selected powered missile, including CF-551 with missiles powered will cause all
when the aircraft is on the ground. missiles to power down at the end of the Go/
No-Go test.
[AMI] CALCM Auto Targeting Mode CF-550
Manual SAIR Command CF-553
Operator entry of CF-550 toggles between command-
ing the Auto Targeting mode ON and OFF. The auto- Operator entry of CF-553 will result in manual
matic targeting process has the SMO assigning SAIR mode being initiated for the weapon associat-
CALCMs to CALCM launch points and downloading ed with the current cruise missile launch point.
the appropriate weapon mission into the primary When Manual SAIR is entered the launch mode
CALCM assigned and its backups. Since other target- will automatically change to manual. The SMO will
ing processes cannot be commanded for a CALCM un- reject a CF-553 command to initiate manual SAIR
til it has been initially targeted with an actual or de- and display the command in reverse video if any of
fault weapon, each CALCM must successfully com- the following conditions exist:
plete the automatic targeting process first. The cur- • The current destination is not a cruise missile
rent status of the Auto Target mode is displayed on the launch point.
CALCM Supervision Menu (CF-55, CF-5A, CF-5B, • No weapon is targeted to the current cruise
CF-5C). The initial condition is OFF which inhibits missile launch point.
automatic targeting from occurring. • A direct target is selected as the current weap-
on event.
Go/No-Go Test CF-551 • Weapon is in launch countdown sequence.
• Less [AMI] Another SMO confirmation mes-
Entry of CF-551 will command the SMO to activate sage is active.
the Go/No-Go Test function. When active, Go/No-Go

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Prior to entering Manual SAIR the SMO will seek Prior to initiating classified data erase the SMO
confirmation by displaying the question MANUAL will seek confirmation by displaying the question
SAIR? YES/NO on the bottom of the MFD. A YES CLSF DATA ERASE? YES/NO. A YES response
response will result in manual SAIR being initi- will result in the mission data set, including crypto
ated, while a NO response will terminate the re- keys, being erased from the weapon memory. A NO
quest. After Less [AMI] 60 seconds, [AMI] 120 sec- response will terminate the request. After Less
onds, the default response of NO will be assumed. [AMI] 60 seconds, [AMI] 120 seconds, the default
response of NO will be assumed.
Manual SAIR will remain active until one of the fol-
lowing occurs: NOTE
• A weapon release. •
• The launch mode is changed to automatic.
Use of CF-55F and CF-555 is unrestricted
• Entry into direct launch mode.
after authorization from higher headquar-
• Three minutes have elapsed since entry into
ters.
manual SAIR mode.
• The operator issues a Fly-to command, or nor- • CF-555 erases mission data only. The mis-
sile OFS remains loaded and as a result the
mal destination sequencing occurs. Normal se-
missile still contains software classified SE-
quencing is inhibited as long as a missile is tar-
CRET. The CALCM can have power reap-
geted to the launch point and SAIR conditions are
plied and made ready for launch after using
valid. Sequencing will occur when all three of the
the CF-555 command.
following have occurred
1) The aircraft has flown within 1 nm of the
Manual Target Command CF-556,nn
launch point.
2) The aircraft has flown within 0.1 nm of the
Operator entry of CF-556,nn with a single weapon
launch point, or is no longer within 1 nm of
location and station selected on the WCP will cause
the launch point.
the mission associated with the cruise missile
3) The aircraft is no longer in SAIR or no
launch point nn to be loaded in the selected weapon
missile is targeted to the launch point.
and up to two available backup weapons. The SMO
Automatic Retargeting Enable will reject a CF-556,nn command to send targeting
Command CF-554 data and display the command in reverse video if
any of the following conditions exist:
Operator entry of CF-554, while the automatic re-
targeting function is inhibited, which is the initial • [AMI] Another SMO is designated as primary.
condition, will cause automatic retargeting to be ac- • [AMI] The selected weapon group is not avail-
tive. If the command is entered while the automatic able.
retarget function is active, automatic retargeting • nn is not a valid cruise missile launch point
will become inhibited. The current status of auto- number.
matic retargeting, whether it is active or inactive, is • A single weapon location and station has not
displayed in the window adjacent to the command been selected.
on the CALCM Supervision Menu (CF-55) and on • There is no CALCM at the selected location/
the Program screen. station.
• The warhead type for the cruise missile
Classified Data Erase Command CF-555 launch point number does not match the warhead
type of the single weapon selected.
Operator entry of CF-555 will result in classified • Any CALCM is in launch count down.
data erase mode being initiated for the weapon(s) • Another targeting mode is in progress.
selected on the WCP. The SMO will ignore the com- • Less [AMI] The loaded sortie mission does not
mand for any selected CALCM that is off or going identify a MIU in the stores table that is associated
off. The SMO will reject a CF-555 command to initi- with the single weapon selected.
ate classified data erase and display the command • The CALCM selected is OFF or going OFF.
in reverse video if any of the following conditions • The single weapon selected has not received
exist: GPS initialization data.
• Mission data transfer is in progress.
• At least one valid location and station is not NOTE
selected.
• A single selected weapon is in launch count- If the launch point being manually targeted
down.
• Less [AMI] Another SMO confirmation mes- is the current destination, automatic se-
quencing to the next destination will be in-
sage is active.
hibited while in-range.

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Flex Targeting Selection Command CF-557,nn A message for AGM-86Ds has been added at the
bottom of the display above the CF-DD prompt.
Operator entry of CF-557,nn where nn is the cruise This message, CF-DF PAGE FORWARD, directs the
missile launch point number, will cause the Flex operator to select CF-DF for the AGM-86D Fuze
Targeting Input display, figure 1-26, to be dis- Data Display.
played. This display is used to flex off of any
CALCM mission steering waypoint to a operator The available backup weapons will be flexed auto-
entered target location. The launch point number, matically when the CF-DD command is issued. Un-
its associated missile location/station, and Less til the CF-DD command is issued, the operator can
[AMI] the DTUC checksum or [AMI] CALCM re-enter data on any modifiable line by reselecting
weapon group are shown at the top of the display. that line using the MDFY-n command as before.

Less [AMI] All digital input fields will be initial- During the Flex targeting process the operator can
ized to zero at SMO load. Before the data can be command display of an additional flex targeting input
sent to the weapon the operator must enter each display by entering CF-557. After the CF-DD or CF-
non-zero data item. DE command is issued, Flex targeting will be termi-
nated, the entered data will remain displayed and the
Flex targeting data entry is initiated by entering a operator must reenter CF-557,nn to flex target anoth-
MDFY-n command (where n is the line number of er weapon. If the operator changes displays such that
the desired line to modify). The operator will then Flex targeting screens are no longer displayed, Flex
enter the requested information and press ENTER. targeting will be terminated and the entered data will
When ENTER is pressed, range checks will be pro- be stored for display on a subsequent Flex targeting
vided for all data on the line being modified and the command. The operator may review Flex targeting
first out-of-range entry on a line will be reverse data for a weapon previously targeted by entering
highlighted. Once an entry has been reverse high- CF-557,nn for that launch point.
lighted it stays reverse highlighted even when cor-
rect data is entered. To remove the reverse high- The SMO will reject a CF-557,nn command and dis-
light, the MDFY-n command for that line (or a dif- play the command in reverse video if any of the fol-
ferent line if desired) must be used and all data for lowing conditions exist:
that line re-entered. • [AMI] The CALCM SMO is not the primary
NOTE SMO.
• nn is not a valid CALCM launch point number.
If the latitude or longitude fields become re- • There is no CALCM associated with the speci-
verse highlighted, the arrow keys on the fied launch point.
IKB must be used to skip over the degree, • Flex target modification is active for another
minute, and decimal delimiters because it launch point.
will no longer happen automatically).
The CF-557,nn and CF-557 commands will be re-
If the data is valid, it is copied from the command jected and reverse highlighted for the following:
line that was modified. When the operator has com- • Mission data transfer is in progress.
pleted a line or wishes to modify another line, • Another targeting mode is in progress.
MDFY-n can be entered to modify the same or dif- • Launch countdown is in progress for any mis-
ferent line. The process of entering MDFY-n, then sile.
the data, then pressing ENTER is repeated until all
lines have valid data on them. Once all required The CF-557,nn, CF-557, and CF-DF commands will
data has been entered, the selected CALCM can be be rejected and reverse highlighted for the following:
retargeted with the entered data by issuing the CF- • The CALCM associated with the launch point
DD command. is off or powering off.
Less [AMI] The DTUC Checksum on line 1 allows The CF-557 and CF-DF commands will be rejected
verification that the launch point’s CALCM mission and reverse highlighted for the following:
being flexed came from the appropriate CALCM • Flex targeting mode is in progress.
weapon DTUC. Checksums must be provided to the
aircrew by the mission planners.

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CF-557,nn FLEX TARGET INPUT DISPLAY FOR LAUNCH POINT nn


Less [AMI]

[AMI]

Figure 1-26. CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display For


Launch Point nn (Sheet 1 of 9)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Launch Point No. NO

nn (Bright Underlined) Selected launch point number.


(blank) Flex targeting not active.
2 Location/Station NO
xy (Bright Underlined) Location(x) and station (y) of the weapon of associated weapon.
(blank) Flex targeting not active & flex screen displayed.

x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
3 Less [AMI] DTUC NO
Checksum
nnnn (Bright) NO DTUC checksum in hexadecimal format, in the range of 0000 to FFFF.

4 Target Latitude YES


Less [AMI] Target latitude in Less [AMI] degrees, minutes, seconds and thousandths
add°mm ss.sss of a second, [AMI] degrees, minutes and thousandths of minutes.
[AMI] add°mm.mmm a= N for north and S for south.
(Bright) Valid input range = N/S 90°
Less [AMI] N00°00 Awaiting Data Input or valid zero input.
00.000
[AMI] N00°00.000
(Bright)
5 Target Longitude YES
Less [AMI] Target longitude in Less [AMI] degrees, minutes, seconds and thousandths
addd°mm ss.sss of a second, [AMI] degrees, minutes and thousandths of minutes..
[AMI] addd°mm.mmm a= E for east and W for west.
(Bright) Valid input range = Less [AMI] E 180° 00 00.000 thru
W 179° 59 59.999 [AMI] E 180°00.000 through W 179°59.999.
Less [AMI] E000°00 Awaiting Data Input or valid zero input.
00.000
[AMI] E000°00.000
(Bright)
6 Target Elevation YES
nnnnn (Bright) Target elevation (MSL): -1300 to 29030 in feet.
00000 (Bright) Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero target elevation.
7 Pre-target Steering YES
Waypoint
nn (Bright) CALCM steering waypoint to be used as the pre-target waypoint.
Valid input range = 2 to JMAX-3.
Where JMAX-3 is the planned pre-target waypoint.
00 Awaiting Data Input.

Figure 1-26. CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display For


Launch Point nn (Sheet 2 of 9)

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FIABLE

8 JMAX-3 NO

nn JMAX-3, Where JMAX-3 is the planned pre-target waypoint.

9 Burst Altitude YES

nnnn (Bright) Height of burst altitude AGL in feet.Valid input range = 0 to 5000.

0000 Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero target altitude.

n (Bright) SWP to Target Mach speed index.Valid input range = 0 to 4.

0 (Bright) Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero input.

10 Steering Waypoint to YES


Target Mach Index

n (Bright) SWP to Target Mach speed index.Valid input range = 0 to 4.

0 (Bright) Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero input.

11 Flight Mode Code YES


n (Bright) Flight mode from the SWP to the target
(0 = Baro Hold, 1 = Terrain Following).
0 (Bright) Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero input.
12 Flight Mode NO
TF When flight mode is Terrain Following.
BH When flight mode is Baro Hold.
13 Flight Altitude YES
nnnnn (Bright) Flight altitude from the SWP to TMIP in feet.
Valid input range = -1000 to 50000
MSL when flight mode is Baro Hold
or = 0 to 8000 AGL when flight mode is Terrain Following .
00000 (Bright) Awaiting data input, or valid zero input.
14 Less [AMI] Flight Mode NO
Altitude Reference
AGL When flight mode is Terrain Following.
MSL When flight mode is Baro Hold.
[AMI] Flight Mode Alti- NO
tude Range
(0 – 8000 FT AGL) When flight mode is Terrain Following.
(-1000 – 50000 MSL) When flight mode is Baro Hold.

Figure 1-26. CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display For


Launch Point nn (Sheet 3 of 9)

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FIABLE

15 Line 7 NO
7 When flight mode is Terrain Following or flight altitude trajectory mode on
CF-558 is Terrain Following.
(blank) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.
16 Barometric Hold NO
Backup Altitude
BH BKUP ALT When flight mode is Terrain Following.
(blank) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.

17 Backup Altitude YES


nnnnn (Bright) Backup altitude in feet (SWP to TMIP).
Valid input range = -1000 to 50000 MSL when flight mode is Terrain Fol-
lowing.
00000 (Bright) Awaiting data input, or valid zero input when flight mode is Terrain Fol-
lowing.
(blank) When flight mode is Baro Hold.

18 Less [AMI] Backup NO


Altitude Reference
FT MSL, TF Only When flight mode is Terrain Following.
(blank) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.
[AMI] Backup Altitude
Range
(-1000 – 50000MSL) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.
19 Rollover Flag YES
n (Bright) Valid inputs: 0= OFF, 1 = ON.

20 Less [AMI] Impact YES


Angle
nn (Bright) Impact Angle in whole degrees. Valid input range accepted by OAS is 00
to 80.
AGM-86C - If rollover mode is not selected the input range which will be
accepted by the missile is 00 to 50. If rollover mode is selected, the input
which will be accepted by the missile is 70. If a value greater than 50 is
used for a push over or a value other than 70 is used for a rollover the
missile will NoGo.

AGM-86D - If rollover mode is not selected the input range which will be
accepted by the missile is 00 to 50. If rollover mode is selected, the input
range which will be accepted by the missile is 50 to 70. If a value be-
tween 70 to 80 is entered the missile will use 70. If a value outside the
pushover or rollover limitations is entered the missile will accept the val-
ues and may unsuccessfully attempt to achieve the commanded angle.
00 (Bright) Awaiting data input, or valid zero input.

Figure 1-26. CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display For


Launch Point nn (Sheet 4 of 9)

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FIABLE

20 [AMI] Impact Angle YES


nn (Bright) Impact angle in degrees. Valid input range = 0 to 80 for Warhead 2
(Penetrator) when Rollover Flag = 0 or 1. Valid input range = 0 to 50 for
Warhead 1 (Blast/Frag) when Rollover Flag = 0. Valid input = 70 for War-
head 1 when Rollover Flag = 1.
00 (Bright) Awaiting data input, or valid zero input.
(blank) Awaiting data input.
21 PAGE FORWARD Msg NO
CF-DF PAGE Page forward to Fuze Data screen (CF-DF) when the missile is an
FORWARD AGM-86D.
(Underlined)
(blank) Missile not an AGM-86D.
22 Location/Station NO
xy (Bright Underlined) Location(x) and station (y) of the weapon of associated weapon.
x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
23 Store Type NO
P Store is present but unidentified.
C CALCM is present .
C (Bright Underlined) CALCM is present with OTL power on.
X Store is not present at the specified location/station.
(blank) MIU is not powered.
24 Warhead Type NO
n (Bright) Weapon warhead type provided by missile data (1 = Blast/Frag, 2 =
Penetrator).
(blank) Warhead type has not been received from the missile.

Figure 1-26. CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display For


Launch Point nn (Sheet 5 of 9)

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FIABLE

25 CALCM Status NO

OF CALCM electronic power is off.


ON CALCM electronic power is on.
CA CALCM is coarse aligning.
TA (Reverse) Transfer Alignment maneuver is required.
AL CALCM is aligned.
GO CALCM is aligned, GPS receiver is initialized, and Crypto Keys are veri-
fied (if keyed mission).
Less [AMI] PL [AMI] CL CALCM plus ct launch is currently active when not in either SIM mode.
AW CALCM launch (captive carry mode not active) has successfully oc-
curred.
JT CALCM jettison has successfully occurred.
HG (Reverse) CALCM is hung.
NG (Reverse) CALCM permanent fatal fault has occurred, power is off and reapplication
of power is inhibited.
[AMI] ER CALCM Erase is active.
(blank) No CALCM at this station or MIU power is off.
26 Ready To Launch NO
Status

SAF Weapon has not been provided operator consent for launch from the
SAFE/PREARM switch.

RDY Weapon has been provided operator consent for launch from the SAFE/
PREARM switch.

(blank) No CALCM at this station or MIU power is off.

27 Flex/Direct Target NO
Indication

F (Bright Underlined) Weapon has been flex targeted.

F Flex targeted weapon has been launched.

D (Bright Underlined) Weapon has been direct targeted.

D Direct targeted weapon has been launched.

(blank) No CALCM at this station, it is not flex or direct targeted, or MIU power is off.

28 Targeting Status NO

nn Primary mission of a weapon has launch point or direct target nn defined,


or Weapon has been launched at launch point or direct target nn.

nn (Bright Underlined) Primary mission of a weapon has launch point or direct target nn defined
and the weapon is targeted.

Figure 1-26. CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display For


Launch Point nn (Sheet 6 of 9)

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FIABLE

28 Targeting Status (Cont)


G GPS initialization data has been loaded into the weapon, but no mission
is assigned.

R CALCM indicates it is ready to receive mission data.

(blank) MIU power is off, CALCM power is off, or weapon is not a CALCM.

29 MISSILE FAULTS NO SEE SECTION VII.


(Reverse)

30 Ordnance Alarm Status NO

ALARM (Reverse) Ordnance Alarm fault indication has been received for selected CALCM.

SAFE No ordnance alarm fault indication has been received for selected
CALCM.

(blank) No CALCM selected or MIU is powered off.

31 Ejector Status NO

LOCKD Ejector is locked for selected CALCM.

UNLOCKD Ejector is unlocked for selected CALCM.

UNKNOWN Ejector status cannot be determined (Illegal ejector status) for the
(Reverse) selected CALCM.

(blank) No CALCM present or selected, or MIU is powered off.

32 OTL Payload Status NO

OTL Weapon has OTL payload.


(Bright Underlined)

(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is


powered off.

33 OTL Power Status NO

BATT OTL instrumentation power is on CALCM battery power for selected


CALCM.

CARR OTL instrumentation power is on carrier power for selected CALCM.

UNKN (Reverse) OTL instrumentation power has indeterminate status for selected
CALCM.

OFF OTL instrumentation power is off for selected CALCM.


(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is
powered off.

Figure 1-26. CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display For


Launch Point nn (Sheet 7 of 9)

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FIABLE

34 Command Destruct NO
Status
C/D (Bright Underlined) Missile has command destruct (flight termination) receiver installed.
(blank) Missile does not have command destruct (flight termination) receiver
installed.
35 Flight Termination NO
System Status
SAFE Flight termination system is disable for selected CALCM.
ARMD (Reverse) Flight termination system is enabled for selected CALCM.
(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is
powered off.
36 CALCM INS Temp Fault NO
TEMP (Reverse) CALCM INS platform temperature NO-GO for the selected CALCM.
(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.
37 CALCM Altimeter Fault NO
ALTM (Reverse) CALCM Radar Altimeter (RA) No-Go or Radar Altimeter Equipment
(RAE) No-Go for the selected CALCM.
(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.
38 CALCM INS Fault NO
INS (Reverse) CALCM INS Z-Velocity No-Go or INS Alignment No-Go for the selected
CALCM.
(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.
39 Backup NO
Location/Station
xy (Bright Underlined) Location(x) and station (y) of the backup for selected CALCM.

x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
(blank) No backups for selected CALCM or no CALCM selected or MIU is powered off.
40 CALCM Weapon NO
Group ID
28 Characters (Bright) CALCM Weapon Group ID associated with weapon mission being flexed.

41 Manual SAIR Range NO

nnn Maximum manual launch range in NM. Valid range = 20 - 300 NM.

Figure 1-26. CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display For


Launch Point nn (Sheet 8 of 9)

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FIABLE

42 Lower Impact Angle NO


Limit

00 Lower range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 2 (Penetrator) with
Rollover Flag = 0 or 1.

00 Lower range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 1 (Blast/Frag) with
Rollover Flag = 0.

70 Lower range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 1 (Blast/Frag) with
Rollover Flag = 1.

43 Upper Impact Angle NO


Limit

80 Upper range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 2 (Penetrator) with
Rollover Flag = 0 or 1.

50 Upper range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 1 (Blast/Frag) with
Rollover Flag = 0.

70 Upper range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 1 (Blast/Frag) with
Rollover Flag = 1.

Figure 1-26. CF-557,nn Flex Target Input Display For


Launch Point nn (Sheet 9 of 9)

All data on pages 1-56A and 1-56B (Deleted)


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Direct Targeting Input Screen CF-558,nn display by entering CF-558. After the CF-DD or
CF-DE command is issued, direct targeting will be
Operator entry of CF-558,nn, with a single weapon terminated, the data entered will be saved as the
location and station selected on the WCP will cause default, and the operator must reenter CF-558,nn
the Direct Targeting Input screen, figure 1-27, to be with another single weapon location and station se-
displayed for direct target Dnn. This screen is used lected to direct target another weapon. If the Navi-
to direct target a CALCM to a operator entered tar- gator and Radar Navigator change displays, such
get. The direct target designation and the missile that direct targeting screens are no longer dis-
location/station are displayed in figure 1-27 next to played, direct targeting will be terminated and the
the screen title in windows 1 and 2. All digital in- entered data will be stored for display on the follow-
put fields will be initialized to zero at SMO load. ing direct targeting command. The operator may re-
view Direct Targeting data for a weapon previously
Direct Targeting data entry is initiated by entering targeted by selecting the location and station of the
a MDFY-n command (where n is the line number of weapon and entering CF-558,nn for the direct tar-
the desired line to modify). The operator will then get designator.
enter the requested information and press ENTER.
When ENTER is pressed, range checks will be pro- The SMO will reject a CF-558,nn command and dis-
vided for all data on the line being modified and the play the command in reverse video if any of the fol-
first out-of-range entry on a line will be reverse lowing conditions exist:
highlighted. Once an entry has been reverse high-
lighted it stays reverse highlighted even when cor- • [AMI] The CALCM SMO is not the primary
SMO.
rect data is entered. To remove the reverse high
light, the MDFY-n command for that line (or a dif- • A single weapon location and station has not
been selected.
ferent line if desired) must be used and all data for
that line re-entered. (Special note: If the latitude or • Direct target modification is active for another
CALCM.
longitude fields become reverse highlighted, the ar-
row keys on the IKB must be used to skip over the • Direct target modification is active for another
direct target number.
degree, minute, and decimal delimiters because it
will no longer happen automatically). • The direct target number is assigned to a dif-
ferent CALCM than the one designated by the
WCP.
If the data is valid, it is copied from the command
• nn is not a valid CALCM direct target number.
line that was modified. When the operator has com-
pleted a line or wishes to modify another line,
• The selected CALCM has not received GPS in-
itialization data.
MDFY-n can be entered to modify the same or dif-
ferent line. The process of entering MDFY-n, then
the data, then pressing ENTER is repeated until all The CF-558,nn and CF-558 commands will be re-
lines have valid data on them. jected and reverse highlighted for the following:
• Mission data transfer is in progress.
The CF-DF command is used to page forward to the • Another targeting mode is in progress.
AGM-86D Fuze Data Display when the missile is • Launch countdown is in progress for any mis-
an AGM-86D (figure 1-30C). sile.

Once all required data has been entered, the se- The CF-558,nn, CF-558, and CF-DF commands will
lected CALCM can be retargeted with the entered be rejected and reverse highlighted for the following:
data by issuing the CF-DD command. The available
backup weapons will be direct targeted automati- • The CALCM associated with the direct target
cally when the CF-DD command is issued. Until the is off or going off.
CF-DD command is issued, the operator can reen-
ter data on any modifiable line by reselecting that The CF-558, and CF-DF commands will be rejected
line using the MDFY-n command as before. During and reverse highlighted for the following:
the direct targeting process the operator can com- • Direct targeting is not active.
mand display of an additional direct targeting input

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CF-558, nn DIRECT TARGET INPUT DISPLAY FOR DIRECT TARGET nn


Less [AMI]

[AMI]

Figure 1-27. CF-558, nn Direct Target Input Display For


Direct Target nn (Sheet 1 of 10)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Direct Target No. NO


Dnn (Bright Under- Direct target designation number.Valid range D1 to D20
lined)
(blank) Direct Targeting not active.
2 Location/Station NO
xy (Bright Underlined) Location(x) and station (y) of the weapon of associated weapon.
(blank) Flex Targeting is not active and the Flex screen is displayed or Direct target-
ing not active and direct screen displayed.
x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
3 Target Latitude (Bright) YES
Less [AMI] Target latitude in Less [AMI] degrees, minutes, seconds and thousandths
add°mm ss.sss of a second, [AMI] degrees, minutes and thousandths of minutes.
[AMI] add°mm.mmm a= N for north and S for south.
Valid input range = N/S 90°
Less [AMI] N00°00 Awaiting Data Input or valid zero input.
00.000
[AMI] N00°00.000
4 Target Longitude YES
(Bright)
Less [AMI] Target longitude in Less [AMI] degrees, minutes, seconds and thousandths
addd°mm ss.sss of a second, [AMI] degrees, minutes and thousandths of minutes.
[AMI] addd°mm.mmm a= E for east and W for west.
Valid input range = Less [AMI] E 180° 00 00.000 thru
W 179° 59 59.999 [AMI] E 180°00.000 through W 179°59.999.
Less [AMI] E000°00 Awaiting Data Input or valid zero input.
00.000
[AMI] E000°00.000
5 Target Elevation YES
nnnnn (Bright) Target elevation (MSL): –1300 to 29030 in feet.
00000 (Bright) Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero target elevation.
6 Target Approach Azi- YES
muth
nnn (Bright) Target approach azimuth in degrees (True).Valid input range = 0 to 359 or
DAA for direct approach.
000 Awaiting Data Input or valid zero input.
7 Burst Altitude YES
nnnn (Bright) Height of burst altitude AGL in feet.Valid input range = 0 to 5000.
0000 Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero target altitude.
8 SWP Mach Speed Index YES
n (Bright) Launch to SWP Mach speed index.Valid input range = 0 to 4.
0 (Bright) Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero input.

Figure 1-27. CF-558, nn Direct Target Input Display For


Direct Target nn (Sheet 2 of 10)

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FIABLE

9 Flight Mode Code YES

n (Bright) Flight altitude trajectory mode from Launch to the SWP


(0 =Baro Hold, 1 = Terrain Following).

0 (Bright) Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero input.

10 Flight Mode NO

TF When flight altitude trajectory mode is Terrain Following.

BH When flight altitude trajectory mode is Baro Hold.

11 Launch to SWP YES


Flight Altitude

nnnnn (Bright) Flight altitude from Launch to SWP in feet.


Valid input range = -1000 to 50000 MSL when flight mode is Baro Hold
or = 0 to 8000 AGL when flight mode is Terrain Following.

00000 (Bright) Awaiting data input, or valid zero input.

12 Less [AMI] Flight Mode NO


Altitude Reference

AGL When flight mode is Terrain Following.

MSL When flight mode is Baro Hold.

[AMI] Flight Mode NO


Altitude Range

(0 – 8000 FT AGL) When flight mode is Terrain Following.

(-1000 – 50000 MSL) When flight mode is Baro Hold.

13 Line 7 NO

7 When flight mode on CF-558 is Terrain Following.

(blank) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.

14 Barometric Hold NO
Backup Altitude

BH BKUP ALT When flight mode is Terrain Following.

(blank) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.

15 Backup Altitude YES

nnnnn (Bright) Backup altitude in feet (Launch to SWP). Valid input range = -1000 to
50000 MSL when flight mode is Terrain Following.

00000 (Bright) Awaiting data input, or valid zero input.

(blank) When flight mode is Baro Hold.

Figure 1-27. CF-558, nn Direct Target Input Display For


Direct Target nn (Sheet 3 of 10)

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FIABLE

16 Less [AMI] Backup Al- NO


titude Reference

FT MSL, TF Only When flight mode is Terrain Following.

(blank) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.

[AMI] Flight Mode NO


Altitude Range

(-1000 – 50000 MSL) When flight mode is Terrain Following.

(blank) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.

17 Steering Waypoint to YES


Target Mach Index

n (Bright) SWP to Target Mach speed index.Valid input range = 0 to 4.

0 (Bright) Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero input.

18 Steering Waypoint to YES


Target Distance

nn (Bright) Distance selection from SWP to the target. Valid input range = 30 to 99 NM.

00 Awaiting Data Input.

19 Flight Mode Code YES

n (Bright) Flight mode from the SWP to the target


(0 = Baro Hold, 1 = Terrain Following).

0 (Bright) Awaiting Data Input, or valid zero input.

20 Flight Mode NO

TF When flight mode is Terrain Following.

BH When flight mode is Baro Hold.

21 SWP to Target YES


Flight Altitude

nnnnn (Bright) Flight mode altitude from the SWP to the target in feet.
Valid input range = -1000 to 50000 MSL when flight mode is Baro Hold
or = 0 to 8000 AGL when flight mode is Terrain Following.

00000 (Bright) Awaiting data input, or valid zero input.

22 Less [AMI] Flight Mode NO


Altitude Reference

AGL When flight mode is Terrain Following.

MSL When flight mode is Baro Hold.

Figure 1-27. CF-558, nn Direct Target Input Display For


Direct Target nn (Sheet 4 of 10)

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FIABLE

22 [AMI] Flight Mode Alti- NO


tude Range (Cont)

(0 – 8000 FT AGL) When flight mode is Terrain Following.

(-1000 – 50000 MSL) When flight mode is Baro Hold.

23 Line 12 NO

12 When flight mode is Terrain Following.

(blank) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.

24 Barometric Hold NO
Backup Altitude

BH BKUP ALT When flight mode is Terrain Following.

(blank) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.

25 Backup Altitude YES

nnnnn (Bright) Backup altitude in feet (SWP to the target).


Valid input range = -1000 to 50000 MSL when flight mode is Terrain
Following.

00000 (Bright) Awaiting data input, or valid zero input when flight mode is Terrain Following.

(blank) When flight mode is Baro Hold.

26 Less [AMI] Backup Al- NO


titude Reference

FT MSL, TF Only When flight mode is Terrain Following.

(blank) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.

[AMI] Backup Altitude NO


Range

(-1000 – 50000MSL) When flight mode is not Terrain Following.

27 Rollover Flag YES

n (Bright) Rollover Flag. Valid inputs 0= OFF, 1 = ON.

Figure 1-27. CF-558, nn Direct Target Input Display For


Direct Target nn (Sheet 5 of 10)

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FIABLE

28 Impact Angle YES Impact Angle in whole degrees. Valid input range accepted by OAS is 00 to
80.

Less [AMI] AGM-86C - If rollover mode is not selected (0 displayed in window 27) the
nn (Bright) input range which will be accepted by the missile is 00 to 50. If rollover mode
is selected (1 displayed in window 27) the input which will be accepted by
the missile is 70. If a value greater than 50 is used for a push over or a value
other than 70 is used for a rollover the missile will NoGo.

AGM-86D - If rollover mode is not selected (0 displayed in window 27) the


input range which will be accepted by the missile is 00 to 50. If rollover mode
is selected (1 displayed in window 27) the input range which will be accepted
by the missile is 50 to 70. If a value between 70 to 80 is entered the missile
will use 70. If a value outside the pushover or rollover limitations is entered
the missile will accept the values and may unsuccessfully attempt to achieve
the commanded angle.

00 (Bright) Awaiting data input, or valid zero input.

[AMI] Impact angle in degrees. Valid input range = 0 to 80 for Warhead 2


nn (Bright) (Penetrator) when Rollover Flag = 0 or 1. Valid input range = 0 to 50 for
Warhead 1 (Blast/Frag) when Rollover Flag = 0. Valid input = 70 for War-
head 1 when Rollover Flag = 1.

00 (Bright) Awaiting data input, or valid zero input.

29 PAGE FORWARD Msg NO

CF-DF PAGE Page forward to Fuze Data screen (CF-DF) when the missile is an
FORWARD AGM-86D.
(Underlined)

(blank) Missile not an AGM-86D.

30 Location/Station NO

xy (Bright Underlined) Location(x) and station (y) of the weapon of associated weapon.
x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.

Figure 1-27. CF-558, nn Direct Target Input Display For


Direct Target nn (Sheet 6 of 10)

Change 10 1-63
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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

31 Store Type NO

P Store is present but unidentified.

C CALCM is present .

C (Bright Underlined) CALCM is present with OTL power on.

X Store is not present at the specified location/station.

(blank) MIU is not powered.

32 Warhead Type NO

n (Bright) Weapon warhead type provided by missile data (1 = Blast/Frag, 2 =


Penetrator).

(blank) Warhead type has not been received from the missile.

33 CALCM Status NO

OF CALCM electronic power is off.


ON CALCM electronic power is on.
CA CALCM is coarse aligning.
TA (Reverse) Transfer Alignment maneuver is required.
AL CALCM is aligned.
GO CALCM is aligned, GPS receiver is initialized, and Crypto Keys are veri-
fied (if keyed mission).
Less [AMI] PL [AMI] CL CALCM plus ct launch is currently active when not in either SIM mode.
AW CALCM launch (captive carry mode not active) has successfully oc-
curred.
JT CALCM jettison has successfully occurred.
HG (Reverse) CALCM is hung.
NG (Reverse) CALCM permanent fatal fault has occurred, power is off and reapplication
of power is inhibited.
[AMI] ER CALCM Erase is active.
(blank) No CALCM at this station or MIU power is off.
34 Ready To Launch NO
Status

SAF Weapon has not been provided operator consent for launch from the
SAFE/PREARM switch.

RDY Weapon has been provided operator consent for launch from the SAFE/
PREARM switch.

(blank) No CALCM at this station or MIU power is off.

Figure 1-27. CF-558, nn Direct Target Input Display For


Direct Target nn (Sheet 7 of 10)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

35 Flex/Direct Target NO
Indication

F (Bright Underlined) Weapon has been flex targeted.

F Flex targeted weapon has been launched.

D (Bright Underlined) Weapon has been direct targeted.

D Direct targeted weapon has been launched.

(blank) No CALCM at this station, it is not flex or direct targeted, or MIU power is
off.

36 Targeting Status NO

nn Primary mission of a weapon has launch point or direct target nn defined,


or Weapon has been launched at launch point or direct target nn.

nn (Bright Underlined) Primary mission of a weapon has launch point or direct target nn defined
and the weapon is targeted.

G_ GPS initialization data has been loaded into the weapon, but no mission
is assigned.

R_ CALCM indicates it is ready to receive mission data.

(blank) MIU power is off, CALCM power is off, or weapon is not a CALCM.

37 MISSILE FAULTS NO SEE SECTION VII.


(Reverse)

38 Ordnance Alarm Status NO

ALARM (Reverse) Ordnance Alarm fault indication has been received for selected CALCM.

SAFE No ordnance alarm fault indication has been received for selected
CALCM.

(blank) No CALCM selected or MIU is powered off.

39 Ejector Status NO

LOCKD Ejector is locked for selected CALCM.

UNLOCKD Ejector is unlocked for selected CALCM.

UNKNOWN Ejector status cannot be determined (Illegal ejector status) for the
(Reverse) selected CALCM.

(blank) No CALCM present or selected, or MIU is powered off.

Figure 1-27. CF-558, nn Direct Target Input Display For


Direct Target nn (Sheet 8 of 10)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

40 OTL Payload Status NO

OTL Weapon has OTL payload.


(Bright Underlined)

(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is


powered off.

41 OTL Power Status NO

BATT OTL instrumentation power is on CALCM battery power for selected


CALCM.

CARR OTL instrumentation power is on carrier power for selected CALCM.

UNKN (Reverse) OTL instrumentation power has indeterminate status for selected
CALCM.

OFF OTL instrumentation power is off for selected CALCM.

(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is


powered off.

42 Command Destruct NO
Status

C/D (Bright Underlined) Missile has command destruct (flight termination) receiver installed.

(blank) Missile does not have command destruct (flight termination) receiver
installed.

43 Flight Termination NO
System Status

SAFE Flight termination system is disabled for selected CALCM.

ARMD (Reverse) Flight termination system is enabled for selected CALCM.

(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is


powered off.

44 CALCM INS Temp Fault NO

TEMP (Reverse) CALCM INS platform temperature No-Go for the selected CALCM.

(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.

45 CALCM Altimeter Fault NO

ALTM (Reverse) CALCM CMRA No-Go or RAE No-Go for the selected CALCM.

(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.

Figure 1-27. CF-558, nn Direct Target Input Display For


Direct Target nn (Sheet 9 of 10)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

46 CALCM INS Fault NO

INS (Reverse) CALCM INS Z-Velocity No-Go or INS Alignment No-Go for the selected
CALCM.

(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off ([AMI] or weapon is powered off,
selected store is not a CALCM, no store selected or weapon has been
released).

47 Backup NO
Location/Station

xy (Bright Underlined) Location(x) and station (y) of the backup for selected CALCM.

x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.

(blank) No backups for selected CALCM or no CALCM selected or MIU is powered


off.

48 Lower Impact Angle NO


Limit

00 Lower range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 2 (Penetrator) with
Rollover Flag = 0 or 1.

00 Lower range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 1 (Blast/Frag) with
Rollover Flag = 0.

70 Lower range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 1 (Blast/Frag) with
Rollover Flag = 1.

49 Upper Impact Angle NO


Limit

80 Upper range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 2 (Penetrator) with
Rollover Flag = 0 or 1.

50 Upper range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 1 (Blast/Frag) with
Rollover Flag = 0.

70 Upper range value for Impact Angle for Warhead Type 1 (Blast/Frag) with
Rollover Flag = 1.

Figure 1-27. CF-558, nn Direct Target Input Display For


Direct Target nn (Sheet 10 of 10)

Change 10 1-66A
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

Target/Retarget All Command CF-559 Prior to initiating targeting or retargeting of all


CALCMs, the SMO will seek confirmation by dis-
Initial operator entry of CF-559 will result in the playing the question TGT/RETGT ALL? YES/NO. A
targeting of all CALCMs which have power applied YES response will result in targeting being initi-
and their available backups in order of the pre- ated, while a NO response will terminate the re-
ferred launch sequence until either all available quest. After Less [AMI] 60 seconds, [AMI] 120 sec-
weapons have unique primary missions or all onds, the default response of NO will be assumed.
unique missions have been exhausted from the
CALCM Mission DTUC/DTC. If after targeting has One of the following conditions must be met prior to
been completed and for any reason a CALCM be- issuing the CF-559 command or targeting will not
comes available that is not targeted and a CALCM occur and the command will have to be re-issued
launch point is not targeted, the CALCM and any once one of the conditions is met.
available backups will be targeted automatically
without need for reissuing the CF-559 command. If the IU is on:
The CF-559 command must be issued and targeting • Almanac data is resident in the IU.
completed prior to commanding any other weapon
targeting options. If after all cruise missile missions
• Crypto key data is resident in the IU if Crypto
Key Override has not been selected.
have been exhausted, and there remain CALCMs
which have not been targeted, GPS initialization If the IU is off and a B-52 sortie DTUC/DTC with
data will be sent so that other targeting functions GPS data is available:
can be performed on those weapons. Entering • Almanac data is resident in the DTUC/DTC.
CF-559 after targeting has been initiated will clear • Crypto key data is resident in DTUC/DTC if
the existing mission to weapon assignments and re- Crypto Key Override has not been selected. (The
target all available weapons beginning with the current date, CF-61 line 4, must be within the
current destination. The SMO will reject a CF-559 Crypto Key start and End date in the DTUC/DTC.
command to send targeting data and display the
command in reverse video if any of the following
conditions exist:
• A B-52 mission has not been loaded.
• Automatic targeting is not enabled.
• Another targeting mode is in progress (exclud-
ing automatic retargeting).
• Less [AMI] Another SMO confirmation mes-
sage is active.

1-66B Change 10
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

FCP SUPERVISION MENU (CF-6) The SMO is automatically initialized and begins exe-
cution immediately upon loading the SMO into the
The FCP Supervision Menu, commanded by CF-6, ACUs. The procedure for loading the CALCM into the
is shown in figure 1-28. Much of the data displayed ACUs is equivalent to loading any other SMO. The
on the FCP Supervision Menu is related to FMS CALCM, if it exists on the OCP DTUC, is identified
and will not be discussed herein. However, the by CALCM followed by optional version information
items which regard SMO operation are: on the CF-62 menu. The status message SMO LOAD
CMPLT will be displayed on each MFD following
FMS Startup Menu (CF-61) completion of a SMO load. The procedure for loading
the CALCM, (the same as for loading any other SMO)
CF-61 commands OAS startup. The procedure for is contained in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12.
starting up the OAS is the same as for any other
OAS startup and is contained in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12. [AMI] SMO Menu (CF-62)
Data on the FMS Startup Menu (CF-61) is entered
in order to process data for CALCMs with pre- SMO Load Menu (CF-62) (figure 1-29) allows the op-
planed missions (direct targeted CALCMs do not erator to select and load a SMO for left pylon, bay, or
use this data). Operator entry of CF-61 will request right pylon. The primary SMO is selected from the
the FMS Startup Menu display. The MDFY-n com- SMO’s loaded on left pylon, bay, or right pylon.
mand is then used to enter the required data in
lines 1 and 3. MDFY-1 allows the entry of the UTC With the CF-62 menu displayed the operator will
used as the clock time for the flight system. enter MDFY-11 to copy the following text to the bot-
MDFY-3 allows the entry of the Planned Time of tom of the MFD for modification:
Arrival (PTA), and the destination it applies to,
used to determine a time of launch deviation error 11 SMO LOAD LP__ BAY__ RP__
sent to the missile during LCD to adjust missile
cruise speed. The operator will then enter the number of the de-
sired SMO into the field that corresponds to the
This data must be entered prior to launching the location that the SMO is to control and press the
first CALCM associated with a launch point. The ENTER key. The location: LP (left pylon), BAY, or
data must be loaded after each B-52 mission load. RP (right pylon) is defined by the cursor which can
The entered PTA is used to compute a delta value be moved using the arrow keys on the IKB.
that will be applied to the planned PTAs for each
destination. To select a SMO as the primary SMO, Operator will
enter CF-62x where x is either A, B or C to select
Less [AMI] SMO Menu (CF-62) the SMO that controls the left pylon, bay or right
pylon, respectively.
The 62 SMO Load Menu, figure 1-29, indicates a
CF-62 command can be used to request the display The procedure for loading the SMO, (the same as
of the SMOs available on the OCP DTUC. Operator for loading any other SMO) is contained in T.O.
entry of CF-62,n will result in an FMS display of 1B-52H-1-12.
the SMOs available on the OCP DTUC (figure
1-29). Operator entry of CF-62,n will result in the CLSF MEM Erase (CF-64)
FMS loading the SMO indicated by n. The SMO
will reject a CF-62,n command to have the FMS CF-64 commands erase of OAS classified memory
load a new SMO and display the command in in the ACUs. The INS, WCE, and weapons will not
reverse video if any MIU has power applied. The be powered off when CF-64 is commanded, but the
SMO will delay a CF-62,n command to have the FMS and SMO will immediately halt execution.
FMS load a new SMO until the SMO has completed Unlike the CF-67 command, there is no delay to al-
necessary fault processing and DTU Input/Output low the SMO to record outstanding faults or power
if a Flight Data Record Cartridge DTUC is down all WCE and missiles. The procedure for era-
installed. sing the OAS classified memory is the same as con-
tained in T.O. 1B-52H -1-12.

Change 10 1-66C
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

Data Record (CF-65) displayed when applicable (See Section 7). The OAS
provides the current state of the override to the
CF-65 DATA RECORD indicates a CF-65 command SMO. The current state of the override is displayed
can be used to record mission event data. When a (ON or OFF) on the FCP Supervision Menu (CF-6).
SMO is loaded, the weapon modes, ranges, safe con-
ditions and pertinent information is recorded along During MIU power on and initialization, the ECU,
with FMS mission event data. Operator entry of which supplies cooling air to the MIUs, is com-
CF-65 will result in a DTUC/DTC recording of navi- manded on. If aircraft status indicates ECU power
gation and mission parameters and weapon mode is not available when commanded, the MIU power
switches. on process is terminated. Additionally, if an Envi-
ronmental No-Go fault is detected from the ECU a
Erase PME Faults (CF-66) master fault will be displayed unless the operator
activates the ECU fault override option.
CF-66 ERASE PME FAULTS indicates a CF-66
command can be used to erase fault indications Operator entry of CF-68 will command the OAS to
that are no longer valid from the PME Status Dis- activate the ECU fault override option and ignore
play (FRMT-6). The SMO will indicate to the FMS any ECU faults. If an Environmental No-Go fault is
which of its fault indications should be erased. Op- detected, an ECU master fault will be displayed. If
erator entry of CF-66 will result in erasure of all MIU and/or weapon power application is inhibited
past fault indications shown on the PME Status because of a fault, the CF-68 command can be
Display (FRMT-6, figure 1-34). Any faults for the entered prior to re-applying MIU power and the
MIUs, PDUC, and ECU will be cleared. Any exist- ECU fault will be ignored. The OAS will not reject a
ing faults will cause a fault recording and the fault CF-68 command.
indication will continue to be displayed in reverse
video. While in ECU fault override, the MIU may be oper-
ated using a 30 minute on, 15 minute off, 30 minute
Shutdown (CF-67) on cycle.

CF-67 SHUTDOWN indicates a CF-67 command


can be used to shutdown FMS and SMO processing
in the ACUs. Operator entry of CF-67 will result in
the shutdown of the FMS and SMO. The SMO will
delay compliance of the shutdown request until all With an ECU fault present, damage to
outstanding SMO faults have been recorded (Less equipment may occur if MIU power remains
[AMI] if an FDRC is installed) and until power on continuously as a result of selecting ECU
down of all WCE and weapons is complete. The pro- PWR ORIDE.
cedure for shuting down the OAS with the CALCM
loaded is the same as for any other shutdown and is Less [AMI] The ECU fault override option will
contained in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12. become inactive only if the SMO is reloaded or if a
logoff is commanded and the system is restarted.
ECU PWR ORIDE (CF-68) The current status of the ECU fault override
option, whether it is active or inactive, is displayed
Less [AMI] CF-68 ECU PWR ORIDE indicates a (ON or OFF) on the FCP Supervision Menu (CF-6)
CF-68 command can be used to override faults asso- next to the 68 ECU PWR ORIDE menu item.
ciated with unavailability of Environmental Control
Unit (ECU) power. The current state of the override [AMI] If enabled, ECU power override can be dis-
is displayed (ON or OFF). The SMO will not reject a abled with a second entry of CF-68. If an ECU fault
CF-68 command. is still in effect, the operator will be given 1 minute
to recommand ECU power override with another
[AMI] CF-68 ECU PWR ORIDE serves as an ON- CF-68 entry, otherwise weapon and WIU power will
OFF toggle for Environmental Control Unit (ECU) be removed. A system logoff and restart of the sys-
fault override. Only when the override is OFF can tem will also de-activate ECU power override.
an ECU or ECU PWR Master Fault message be

1-66D Change 11
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

CF-6 FCP SUPERVISION MENU


Less [AMI]

PMD

6 F CP SUPV
6 1 S T AR TUP
6 2 SMO MENU

64 CL SF MEM ERASE
65 DA T A RECORD
66 ERASE PME F AUL T S
67 SHUTDOWN
68 ECU PWR OR I DE 4

CF − 6

B43136

[AMI]

PMD

6 F CP SUP V PR I MARY SMO : 1


6 1 S T AR TUP
6 2 SMO MENU
F CP APPL I CAT I ONS
6 4 C L S F MEM E RASE 2 3
6 5 D A T A R E COR D 2 3
6 6 E R A S E PME F AUL T S 2 3
6 7 S H U T DOWN
2 3
6 8 ECU PWR OR I DE 4
2 3
6 9 A SHUTDOWN PR I MARY ACU
6 9B SHUTDOWN SECONDA RY A CU 2 3
2 3
2 3
2 3

− − − −CF - 6

B42827

Figure 1-28. CF-6 FCP Supervision Menu (Sheet 1 of 2)

Change 10 1-66E
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Primary SMO Title NO

24 Character Label Primary SMO title.

2 FCP Application Title NO

24 Character Label Title of each non-SMO FCP application (FMS, CSP, and ODI) successfully
loaded into ACU memory.

24 Character Label Title of each non-SMO FCP application (FMS, CSP, and ODI) that is in the
(Blinking Video) process of being loaded into ACU memory.

24 Character Label Title of each non-SMO FCP application (FMS, CSP, and ODI) that failed to
(Reverse Video) successfully load into ACU memory.

3 FCP Application Ver- NO


sion/Revision

6 Character Label Version/revision identifier of the associated FCP application.

4 ECU Power Override NO


Switch

ON ECU power override is commanded.

OFF ECU power override is not commanded.

With an ECU fault present, damage to equipment may occur if MIU power
remains on as a result of selecting ECU PWR ORIDE. While in ECU power
override, the MIU may be operated using a 30 minute on, 15 minute off,
30 minute on cycle.

Figure 1-28. CF-6 FCP Supervision Menu (Sheet 2 of 2)

1-66F Change 11
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

CF-62 SMO LOAD MENU


Less [AMI]

[AMI]

Figure 1-29. CF-62 SMO Load Menu (Sheet 1 of 2)

Change 10 1-66G
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 SMO Title NO

24 Character Label Title of the SMO assigned to the corresponding location while the SMO
(Blinking Video) is being loaded.

24 Character Label Title of the SMO assigned to the corresponding location after the SMO
has been successfully loaded and the SMO is not the Primary SMO.
24 Character Label Title of the SMO assigned to the corresponding location and that SMO is
(Bright Underline) the Primary SMO.
24 Character Label Title of the SMO assigned to the corresponding location if the SMO has
(Reverse Video) failed.
(Blank) No SMO is assigned to the corresponding location.
2 DTC SMO Title NO

24 Character Label Title of each SMO load module that is resident on the DTC.

(Blank) All SMO titles resident on the DTC have been displayed.

3 Version/Revision NO
Identifier
6 Character Label SMO Version/revision identifier.
(Blank) All SMO version/revision identifiers have been displayed.
4 SMO Menu No. YES

nn Number associated with the SMO that is assigned to the corresponding


location and either loading of that SMO has not completed or the other two
assigned SMOs are not compatible. Displayed as an integer with a lead-
ing blank.
nn Number associated with the SMO that is assigned to the corresponding
(Reverse Video) location and that SMO is not compatible with another assigned SMO.

(Blank) Displayed prior to a command to load a SMO at the corresponding loca-


tion and after successful or unsuccessful completion of the SMO load.

Figure 1-29. CF-62 SMO Load Menu (Sheet 2 of 2)

1-66H Change 10
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

MISSION SUPERVISION MENU (CF-8) [AMI] B-52 Mission Data Load Display (CF-81)

Less [AMI] The Mission Supervision Menu, com- The B-52 Mission Data Load Display (CF-81), fig-
manded by CF-8, is shown in figure 1-30. Much of the ure 1-25A, displays the primary SMO, loaded sor-
data displayed on the Mission Supervision Menu is re- tie, mission and primary SMO weapon group, num-
lated to the flight management system and is con- ber of sorties available on the DTC, and a list of
tained in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12. The SMO operation item, missions available for each sortie. The display also
CALCM MSN DATA will be displayed, followed by the provides the capability of selecting and loading the
weapon group ID from the loaded weapon DTUC. sortie and mission.

[AMI] The Mission Supervision Menu, commanded NOTE


by CF-8, is shown in figure 1-30. The screen dis-
plays the sortie, mission, and weapon group by loca- The resident sortie and mission windows at
tion (left pylon, bay, and right pylon) loaded in the the top of the CF-81 display will remain blank
OAS. A further description of this menu is con- or display the previously loaded sortie and
tained in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12. mission identifiers until a mission/new mis-
sion is loaded.
Less [AMI] Read B-52 Sortie Mission Data Command
(CF-81,n) The operator can select a sortie from one of three
ways, Either CF-DF to select the next sortie, CF-
Operator entry of CF-81,n will initiate reading of DB to select the previous sortie, or MDFY-1, enter
B-52 Mission n data. Before mission data can be the desired sortie number and press the ENTER
loaded, the SMO must perform a Mission File For- key. The selected sortie number will be displayed
mat check. If the Mission File Format is not in along with the sortie title and the associated mis-
ICSMS format or the operational mode is PLUS CT sions will be listed below them.
(Plus Count) and any MIUs are powered on or flex,
direct or manual targeting are currently active the Operator entry of CF-81,n will initiate reading of
SMO will inhibit loading of the mission data and B-52 mission n data. The CALCM SMO will cause the
the command will be displayed in reverse video. command to be rejected and reverse highlighted if the
Loading a B-52 mission causes CALCMs targeted to currently loaded carrier mission is a Captive Carry
launch points to be untargeted from the current as- mission and any MIU has power applied.
signments and targeted to CALCM launch points in
accordance with the newly loaded mission. NOTE

NOTE Manual Targeting, Direct Targeting, or Auto-


matic Targeting, if active, will be terminated
Telemetry power commands only function when a valid CF-81,n command is entered.
when an OTL or an OTL PLUS CT mission
is loaded. Removing telemetry power is For an in-depth discussion of mission data opera-
highly recommended prior to loading a non- tions see MISSION DATA in Section VII.
OTL mission.

If the mission data that is loaded does not identify a


MIU as the stores management interface unit at a
location where missiles were previously targeted,
those missiles will not be able to be targeted by any
targeting process. The missiles will remain powered
and can be retargeted if a mission is loaded with a
MIU as the stores management interface unit at
that location.

Change 10 1-67
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

[AMI] Weapon Group Selection Menu (CF-82A, CF-82B, The operator can select and load a weapon group
CF-82C) into the OAS with a CF-82,nn or CF-82,n com-
mand, where nn or n represents the weapon group
Operator entry of a CF-82x will display the CALCM number as shown on the CF-82A, B, or C display.
Weapon Group Selection Menu, figure 1-30B, when
the CALCM SMO is loaded at location x where x= A NOTE
for left pylon, B for bay, or C for right pylon. The Weap-
on Group Selection Menu shows the sortie, mission • Although CF-82A, CF-82B, and CF-82C are
and weapon group (for the SMO loaded at location x) depicted as LP, BAY, and RP WPN
currently loaded into the OAS. The display also de- GROUPs, CF-82A, CF-82B, and CF-82C
picts the number of weapon groups available and a represent all the CALCM SMO controlled
listing of the weapon groups. weapons. A CF-82,nn or CF-82,n command
from either the CF-82A, CF-82B, or CF-82C
There can be up to 72 available CALCM weapon display will load the selected (nn or n)
groups on a DTC. The CF-82A, B, or C displays can weapon group for all the CALCMs.
show a maximum of nine weapon groups at a time.
CF-DF and CF-DB commands are used to page for- • The CF-82,nn and CF-82,n commands will
ward or back to the page containing the desired weap- be ignored, if CF-82A, CF-82B, or CF-82C
on group. is not displayed on the current MFD.

1-68 Change 11
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

CF-8 MISSION SUPERVISION MENU


Less [AMI]

[AMI]

PMD

8 MSN SUP V

81 B 5 2 DA T A
RE S I D ENT SOR T I E 2
RE S I D ENT B − 5 2 DATA 3

SE L ECT ED WEAPON GROUP


8 2 A L P WPN GRP 4
8 2 B B AY WPN GRP 4
8 2 C RP WPN GRP 4

- - - - CF - 8

B40816

Figure 1-30. CF-8 Mission Supervision Menu (Sheet 1 of 2)

Change 10 1-68A
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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Missile Mission ID NO

28 Character ASCII ID Missile mission data tape label.

(blank) When no missile DTUC is installed; title on mission data tape contains all
blanks.

2 Sortie Title NO

28 Characters Title of the sortie loaded into the ACU.

(blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress.

3 Mission Title NO

28 Characters Title of the mission loaded into the ACU.

4 Weapon Group Title NO

28 Characters Title of the weapon group assigned to the associated location (LP, Bay,
RP).

28 Characters Title of the weapon group assigned to the associated location (LP, Bay,
(Bright Underlined RP). The SMO associated with the weapon group is primary.
Video)

Figure 1-30. CF-8 Mission Supervision Menu (Sheet 2 of 2)

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CF-81 MISSION DATA LOAD DISPLAY


[AMI]

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Primary SMO Title NO

24 Character Label Primary SMO title.

2 Sortie Title NO

28 Character Label Title of the sortie from which the ACU resident mission was loaded.

(Blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress.
3 Mission Title NO

28 Character Label Title of the mission loaded into the ACU.

(Blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress.
4 PRIMARY SMO NO The text, PRIMARY SMO GROUP, will appear when a weapon group
GROUP has been loaded for the primary SMO.
(Bright Underlined
Video)
(Blank) No weapon group has been loaded for the primary SMO.
5 Primary SMO Weapon NO
Group
28 Character Label Title of the weapon group loaded for the primary SMO.
(Blank) No weapon group has been loaded for the primary SMO.

Figure 1-30A. CF-81 Mission Data Load Display (Sheet 1 of 2)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

6 Sortie No. Select YES

n Selected sortie number (1 - 8).

7 DTC Sortie Count NO

0 No DTC is installed or no sorties are resident on the DTC.

n Number of sorties resident on the DTC that is installed.

8 Selected Sortie No. NO

n Selected sortie number (1-8).

9 Selected Sortie Title NO

28 Character Label Title of selected sortie on the DTC.

(Blank) No DTC is available.


10 DTC Mission Title NO

28 Character Label Title of each mission data file resident in the DTC for the selected sortie.

(Blank) No DTC is available.

Figure 1-30A. CF-81 Mission Data Load Display (Sheet 2 of 2)

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CF-82A, CF-82B, CF-82C WEAPON GROUP SELECTION SCREEN


[AMI]

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Selected Sortie Title NO


28 Character Label Title of the sortie resident in the ACU.
(blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress.
2 Selected Mission Title NO
28 Character Label Title of the mission resident in the ACU.
(blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress.
3 Selected Weapon NO
Group
28 Character Label Title of the weapon group loaded into the ACU for the selected location.
(blank) No weapon group loaded into the ACU for the selected location.
4 Number of Weapon YES
Groups Available
n or nn Number of CALCM weapon groups available to load.
5 Weapon Group NO
Number
n or nn CALCM weapon group number.
6 Weapon Group NO
Title
28 Character Label CALCM weapon group title.

Figure 1-30B. CF-82A, CF-82B, CF-82C Weapon Group Selection Menu

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AGM-86D FUZE DATA DISPLAY PAGE BACK COMMAND EXIT TARGETING MODE COMMAND (CF-DE)
(CF-DB)
When flex or direct targeting screen(s) are dis-
Displayed on the AGM-86D Fuze Data Input Dis- played, Operator entry of CF-DE will exit the flex
play (figure 1-30C), the message CF-DB = PAGE or direct targeting input displays without sending
BACKWARD prompts the operator to key in CF-DB flex or direct targeting data to the CALCM and its
to command return to the previous targeting screen backups. The SMO will reject a CF-DE command to
from the AGM-86D Fuze Data Input Display. terminate flex or direct targeting and display the
command in reverse video if an active flex or direct
SEND TARGETING DATA COMMAND (CF-DD) targeting screen is not on the selected MFD.

When flex or direct targeting screens are displayed AGM-86D FUZE DATA INPUT DISPLAY COMMAND
and all required data has been entered, operator (CF-DF)
entry of CF-DD will command the SMO to send the
input targeting data to the selected weapon and The Fuze Data Input Display (figure 1-30C) for
any backups associated with that weapon. The AGM-86D missiles is commanded by CF-DF from
SMO will reject a CF-DD command to send target- an active Flex or Direct Targeting Input display
ing data and display the command in reverse video (CF-557,nn or CF-558,nn). The Fuze Data Input
if any of the following conditions exist: display is used to review the fuze settings for the
• The Flex or Direct targeting screen is not on AGM-86D associated with the current target. The
default settings are contained in figure 1-30C. The
the selected MFD.
• All required data has not been successfully operator may change the settings or accept the de-
fault values.
entered.
• Flex or Direct targeting is not active.
• [AMI] The CALCM assigned to the launch The command will be rejected and reverse high-
lighted if any of the following conditions exist:
point being flex or direct targeted is in LCD.
NOTE • Neither flex or direct target modification is ac-
tive.
• When CF-DD is entered the affected missile • The CALCM associated with the direct target
is off or going off.
will be considered untargeted (indicated by
removal of the underline in the targeting • The CALCM associated with the direct target
is not a warhead type 2 (penetrator).
status) and cannot be launched until the
targeting data has been transferred to the • The data for the active targeting operation is
CALCM. not valid.
WEAPON CONTROL PANEL BACKUP DISPLAY (CF-E)
• If the launch point being manually targeted
is the current destination and has a CF-E, shown in figure 1-31, can be used by the op-
CALCM already assigned to it, sequencing erator to enter weapon commands in lieu of enter-
to the next destination will be inhibited ing the commands via the WCP. Input of commands
while in-range. using CF-E is contained in Section III of T.O.
1B-52H-1-12.
• [AMI] If the launch point being flex tar-
geted is the current destination, sequencing
to the next location will be inhibited while NOTE
in-range during the data transfer to the se-
lected CALCM. When any MIU power command is issued
using a PCP/WCP backup display command
(CF-E9A, CF-E9B, or CF-E9C), the corre-
sponding PCP/MIU switches are deacti-
vated until the enable hardware switch
command, CF-E9D, has been entered.

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CF-DF AGM-86D FUZE DATA INPUT DISPLAY

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Targeting Type NO

FLEX Flex Targeting type.


DIR Direct Targeting type.
2 Direct Target Indication NO
D (Bright Underlined) Direct Targeting is active.
(blank) Direct Targeting is not active.
3 Launch Point/Direct NO
Target Number
nn (Bright Underlined) Valid values 01-99 for Launch Point and 10-20 for Direct Target.
n_ Direct Target Number Valid values 1-9.
(blank) Neither Flex nor Direct Targeting is not active.
4 Fuze Mode YES
n Valid inputs 1=Void, 2=Solid, and 3=DOB. Default value of 1 (Void).

Figure 1-30C. CF-DF AGM-86D Fuze Data Input Display (Sheet 1 of 5)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

5 Number of Events YES

nn Valid range = 1 to 15. Default value of 01.

6 Backup Depth of Burial YES

nnn Valid range = 0 to 262 feet. Default value of 0 feet.


7 Fuze Function Distance YES
nnn Valid range of 0 to 262 feet. Default value of 6 feet.
8 Time After Impact YES

nnn Valid range = 0 to 255 milliseconds. Default value of 250 milliseconds.


9 Impact Velocity YES

nnnn Valid range of 492–1509 Feet per Second.


Default value of 1299 Feet per Second.
10 Location/Station NO
xy (Bright Underlined) Location(x) and station (y) of the weapon of associated weapon.
x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
11 Store Type NO
P Store is present but unidentified.
C CALCM is present.
C (Bright Underlined) CALCM is present with OTL power on.
X Store is not present at the specified location/station.
(blank) MIU is not powered.
12 Warhead Type NO
n (Bright) Weapon warhead type provided by missile data (1 = Blast/Frag, 2 =
Penetrator).
(blank) Warhead type has not been received from the missile.

Figure 1-30C. CF-DF AGM-86D Fuze Data Input Display (Sheet 2 of 5)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

13 CALCM Status NO

OF CALCM electronic power is off.


ON CALCM electronic power is on.
CA CALCM is coarse aligning.
TA (Reverse) Transfer Alignment maneuver is required.
AL CALCM is aligned.
GO CALCM is aligned, GPS receiver is initialized, and Crypto Keys are veri-
fied (if keyed mission).
Less [AMI] PL [AMI] CL CALCM plus ct launch is currently active when not in either SIM mode.
AW CALCM launch (captive carry mode not active) has successfully oc-
curred.
JT CALCM jettison has successfully occurred.
HG (Reverse) CALCM is hung.
NG (Reverse) CALCM permanent fatal fault has occurred, power is off and reapplication
of power is inhibited.
(blank) No CALCM at this station or MIU power is off.
14 Ready To Launch Sta- NO
tus

SAF Weapon has not been provided operator consent for launch from the
SAFE/PREARM switch.

RDY Weapon has been provided operator consent for launch from the SAFE/
PREARM switch.

(blank) No CALCM at this station or MIU power is off.

15 Flex/Direct Target NO
Indication

F (Bright Underlined) Weapon has been flex targeted.

F Flex targeted weapon has been launched.

D (Bright Underlined) Weapon has been direct targeted.

D Direct targeted weapon has been launched.

(blank) No CALCM at this station, it is not flex or direct targeted, or MIU power is off.

16 Targeting Status NO

nn Primary mission of a weapon has launch point or direct target nn defined,


or Weapon has been launched at launch point or direct target nn.

nn (Bright Underlined) Primary mission of a weapon has launch point or direct target nn defined
and the weapon is targeted.

Figure 1-30C. CF-DF AGM-86D Fuze Data Input Display (Sheet 3 of 5)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

16 Targeting Status (Cont)

G GPS initialization data has been loaded into the weapon, but no mission
is assigned.

R CALCM indicates it is ready to receive mission data.

(blank) MIU power is off, CALCM power is off, or weapon is not a CALCM.

17 MISSILE FAULTS NO SEE SECTION VII.


(Reverse)

18 Ordnance Alarm Status NO

ALARM (Reverse) Ordnance Alarm fault indication has been received for selected CALCM.

SAFE No ordnance alarm fault indication has been received for selected
CALCM.

(blank) No CALCM selected or MIU is powered off.

19 Ejector Status NO

LOCKD Ejector is locked for selected CALCM.

UNLOCKD Ejector is unlocked for selected CALCM.

UNKNOWN Ejector status cannot be determined (Illegal ejector status) for the
(Reverse) selected CALCM.

(blank) No CALCM present or selected, or MIU is powered off.

20 OTL Payload Status NO

OTL Weapon has OTL payload.


(Bright Underlined)

(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is


powered off.

21 OTL Power Status NO

BATT OTL instrumentation power is on CALCM battery power for selected


CALCM.

CARR OTL instrumentation power is on carrier power for selected CALCM.

UNKN (Reverse) OTL instrumentation power has indeterminate status for selected
CALCM.

Figure 1-30C. CF-DF AGM-86D Fuze Data Input Display (Sheet 4 of 5)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

21 OTL Power Status NO


(Cont)

OFF OTL instrumentation power is off for selected CALCM.


(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is
powered off.
22 Command Destruct NO
Status
C/D (Bright Underlined) Missile has command destruct (flight termination) receiver installed.
(blank) Missile does not have command destruct (flight termination) receiver
installed.
23 Flight Termination NO
System Status
SAFE Flight termination system is disabled for selected CALCM.
ARMD (Reverse) Flight termination system is enabled for selected CALCM.
(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is
powered off.
24 CALCM INS Temp Fault NO
TEMP (Reverse) CALCM INS platform temperature No-Go for the selected CALCM.
(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.
25 CALCM Altimeter Fault NO
ALTM (Reverse) CALCM Radar Altimeter (RA) No-Go or Radar Altimeter Equipment
(RAE) No-Go for the selected CALCM.
(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.
26 CALCM INS Fault NO
INS (Reverse) CALCM INS Z-Velocity No-Go or INS Alignment No-Go for the selected
CALCM.
(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.
27 Backup NO
Location/Station
xy (Bright Underlined) Location(x) and station (y) of the backup for selected CALCM.

x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
(blank) No backups for selected CALCM or no CALCM selected or MIU is powered off.

Figure 1-30C. CF-DF AGM-86D Fuze Data Input Display (Sheet 5 of 5)

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CF-E WEAPON CONTROL PANEL BACKUP DISPLAY

PMD

− − −W I U PWR − − − −
L P 1 / 2 =E 9A
WPN J E T T PRE A RM = E 2 A B AY 1 / 2 = E 9 B
SE L = EE 1 SAF E =E2B RP 1 / 2 = E 9 C
EN HW SWCH= E 9D

− − − − − L AUNCH− − − − − WPN PWR


3 4
5 / 6 MODE = E 7 ON = E 6 A
7 = ECD =E 1 0 =E 1 1 OF F = E 6 B

ENTER ’ E 3 ’ THEN ENTER ’ A ’ TO SE L ECT OR ’ 0 ’ TO CL E AR


− L OCA T I ON− − + − − − − − − S T A T I ON− − − − − − − = E 3
8 9 10 11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
− − − −CF − E 12

13 13 13 13 13 13 A60606

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 ON (Bright Underlined) NO MIU power is on.


ON MIU power is off.
2 OFF (Bright NO MIU power is off.
Underlined)
OFF MIU power is on.
3 LCHR NO Launcher is rotating.
ROT (Bright
Underlined)
LCHR Launcher is not rotating.
ROT
4 MSTR NO A master fault is displayed.
FAULT (Bright
Underlined)
MSTR A master fault is not displayed.
FAULT

Figure 1-31. CF-E Weapon Control Panel Backup Display (Sheet 1 of 2)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

5 AUTO (Bright NO Launch mode is automatic.


Underlined)
AUTO Launch mode is manual.
6 MAN (Bright NO Launch mode is manual.
Underlined )
MAN Launch mode is automatic.
7 MAN LAUNCH (Bright NO Manual launch has been commanded and launch is in progress.
Underlined )
MAN LAUNCH Manual launch has not been commanded or has completed.

8 LP (Bright Underlined) NO Left pylon is selected.


LP Left pylon is not selected.
9 BAY (Bright NO Bay location is selected.
Underlined)
BAY Bay location is not selected.
10 RP (Bright Underlined) NO Right pylon is selected.
RP Right pylon is not selected.
11 ALL (Bright NO ALL station switch is selected.
Underlined)
ALL ALL station switch is not selected.
12 Station Number NO Station is selected.
1 Thru 8 (Bright
Underlined )
Station Number Station is not selected.
1 Thru 8

13 A YES CF-E3 was the last command entered and the corresponding location or
station is currently selected. When ‘A’ is displayed, the location/station
identifier above it will be displayed in bright/underline (B/U) video.
0 CF-E3 was the last command entered and the corresponding location or
station is not selected. When ‘0’ is displayed, the location/station identifier
above it will be displayed in normal (N) video.
(blank) CF-E3 was not the last command entered or corresponding location or
station is not currently selected.

Figure 1-31. CF-E Weapon Control Panel Backup Display (Sheet 2 of 2)

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FORMAT (FRMT) DISPLAYS • [AMI] Although designated as left, bay, and


right pylon weapon data displays,
The FRMT display displays the format menu shown FRMT-7A, FRMT-7B, and FRMT-7C will
in figure 1-33. FRMT-6 PME Status, FRMT-7 Weap- display all the CALCM weapons in the
on Data, ([AMI] FRMT-7A LP Weapon Data, same format as FRMT-7.
FRMT-7B Bay Weapon Data, FRMT-7C RP Weapon
Data, and FRMT-77 Stores Summary), FRMT-9 The items which can be reviewed on the CALCM
Fixpoint Table, and FRMT-10 DEST/OAP table dis- Status And Inventory display are listed as follows.
plays are applicable to CALCM operations. Opera- • Weapon identification.
tor entry of FRMT will cause the Format Menu to • Weapon warhead type.
be displayed on the selected MFD at the station • Weapon status.
where the command was entered. The Format com- • Ready-to-Launch status.
mands are shown in figure 1-32. • Targeting status.
• Flex/direct targeting indicator.
RADAR/ELECTRO - OPTICAL VIEWING SYSTEM (EVS) • Weapon faults.
DISPLAYS • Left, right, and bay MIU fault indications.
• ECU fault indication.
Discussion of the Radar and EVS displays, com- • Launcher fault indication.
manded by FRMT-1, FRMT-2, FRMT-4, or FRMT-5, • Bay door fault indication.
is contained in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12. The CALCM will • Armament Interface Unit (AIU) fault
provide the destination label for these displays indication.
when the destination is a CALCM launch point. • Launcher station.
• Crypto Key availability status.
PME STATUS DISPLAY (FRMT-6) • [AMI] DTC access indication during target
data retrieval.
Figure 1-34 shows FRMT-6, the PME Status dis-
play. Much of the data displayed on the PME Status Status and Inventory Display Request with Selected
display is common OAS equipment and is contained Station Status (FRMT-7xy)
in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12. The following items are The Selected Station Status Display commanded by
CALCM specific: entry of FRMT-7xy, where x is the weapon location
• Left Pylon, Right Pylon, and Bay MIU LRUs (A = Left Pylon, B = Bay and C = Right Pylon), and
and their communication status. y is the weapon station (1 - 6 for the pylons and 1 -
• Power Drive Unit Control (PDUC), PDU, 8 for the bay), is an augment to the CALCM Status
Launcher, and their communication status. and Inventory display and is displayed by the SMO
• ECU status. as depicted in figure 1-35. The CALCM Selected
• PMD. Station Status Display also augments the Flex and
Direct Targeting Input screens as depicted in fig-
Operator entry of FRMT-6 will cause the PME Sta- ures 1-26 and 1-27. This display is contained in the
tus display to be displayed on the selected MFD at advisory data area as shown in figure and is used to
the station where the command was entered. view detailed information about a particular wea-
pon. The additional information displayed is listed
STATUS AND INVENTORY DISPLAY (FRMT-7) as follows.
The Status and Inventory display, commanded by • Weapon identification.
FRMT-7 ([AMI] FRMT-7, FRMT-7A, FRMT-7B and • Weapon warhead type.
FRMT-7C), is displayed by the SMO as depicted in • Weapon status.
Figure 1-35. This display is used to view WCE, • Ready-to-Launch status.
weapon and ejector status data. • Targeting status.
• Flex/direct targeting indicator.
NOTE • Weapon faults.
• Weapon location and station.
• [AMI] FRMT-7 will display the Status and In- • Ordnance alarm status.
ventory display for the primary weapon SMO • Ejector status.
only. If CALCM is not selected as the primary • OTL status in windows.
SMO, operator entry of FRMT-7A LP Weapon • Command/Destruct status.
data, FRMT-7B Bay Weapon data, or • Weapon fault indications for temperature,
FRMT-7C RP Weapon data will display all the altimeter, and Inertial Navigation System (INS).
CALCM weapons when the CALCM SMO is • Location/Station and availability of backup
assigned to the corresponding location. weapons.

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[AMI] Weapon Group Assignment Data Display [AMI] Stores Inventory Summary Display (FRMT-77)
(CF-DF or CF-DB From FRMT-7, 7A, 7B, 7C or 7xy)
Operator entry of FRMT-77 displays the Stores In-
The CALCM Group Assignment Data display (figure ventory Summary (figure 1-35B). The Stores Inven-
1-35A), is requested by paging forward (CF-DF) or tory Summary display provides generic store/weap-
backward (CF-DB) from the Weapon Status and In- on information for all locations. All data on this dis-
ventory displays (FRMT-7, 7A, 7B, 7C or 7xy). In play is controlled by the CSP and none of the data
addition to common FRMT-7 data, such as station fields are modifiable.
number, weapon type/subtype, and the launch point/
target identifier, the CALCM Group Assignment DESTINATION TABLE DISPLAY (FRMT-10,nn)
Data display provides the weapon group id, selected
sortie, and selected B-52 mission. Paging forward The destination table display, commanded by
from FRMT-7 7A, 7B, 7C or 7xy, the CALCM Group FRMT-10,nn is shown in figure 1-36. The SMO will
Assignment Data displays are presented in the order provide the destination label for the current or se-
of assigned CALCM locations; Left Pylon, Bay, Right lected destination and the subsequent destination
Pylon and back to the starting FRMT-7,7A, 7B, 7C or as depicted in figure 1-36 when they are CALCM
7xy display. Paging backward from the FRMT-7, 7A, launch points. Entry of FRMT-10,nn will cause the
7B, 7C or 7xy will present the CALCM Group Assign- destination table display to be displayed on the se-
ment Data displays in the reverse sequence. lected MFD where the command was entered. Mod-
ification of the current destination will not be per-
NOTE mitted for a CALCM launch point (CALCMLP).

Although not displayed (overwritten with


CALCM xy data), CF-DF and CF-DB com-
mands are available on the FRMT-7xy dis-
play, allowing the operator to request the
CALCM Group Assignment Data displays.

COMMAND DESCRIPTION
FRMT Format Menu Request.
FRMT-6 PME Status Display Request.
FRMT-7 CALCM Status and Inventory Display Request. ([AMI] Only when CALCM is primary SMO)
FRMT-7A [AMI] CALCM Status and Inventory Display Request.
FRMT-7B [AMI] CALCM Status and Inventory Display Request.
FRMT-7C [AMI] CALCM Status and Inventory Display Request.
FRMT-7xy CALCM Status and Inventory Display Request with Selected Station xy.
FRMT-77 [AMI] Stores Inventory Summary Display
FRMT-10,nn Destination Table Display. nn = current or selected destination
CF-DF or CF-DB From
FRMT-7, 7A, 7B, 7C or 7xy Weapon Group Assignment Data Display Request.
[AMI]

Figure 1-32. Format Commands

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FRMT (FORMAT) MENU


Less [AMI]

PMD

F RM T MENU
1 R DR
2 RDR + PMD
3 E VS
4 E VS + PMD
5 E VS F UL L
6 PME S T A TUS
7 WPN DA T A
8 EMERG DA T A
9 F XP T TB L
10 DE S T / OAP TB L

+ XH POS I T I ON

FRMT

A36687

[AMI]

PMD

FRMT MENU
1 RDR + XH POS I T I ON
2 RDR + PMD 7 7 ST OR ES SUMMARY
3 E VS
4 E VS + PMD
5 E VS F UL L
6 PME S T A TUS
1
8 EMERG DA T A
9 F XP T TB L
1 0 DE S T / OAP TB L
7 A L P WPN DA T A 2
7 B B AY WPN DA T A 2
7 C RP WPN DA T A 2

− − FRMT - DISPLAY IDENTIFIER


(TYPICAL LOCATION ALL DISPLAY)

B41020

Figure 1-33. FRMT (Format) Menu (Sheet 1 of 2)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 7 PRIMARY NO A SMO is primary.


WEAPON DATA

(blank) No SMO is primary.

2 CALCM SMO ID NO

28 Characters CALCM SMO is loaded at the respective location (LP, BAY, or RP).

28 Characters CALCM SMO is loaded at the respective location and it is the primary
(Bright Underlined SMO.
Video)

(blank) No SMO is loaded at the respective location.

Figure 1-33. FRMT (Format) Menu (Sheet 2 of 2)

FRMT-6 PME STATUS DISPLAY


Less [AMI]

PMD

BUS PME FL T BUS PME FL T BUS PME FL T BUS PME FL T

ACU A DEU RIU CD I U


ACU B RSC AHRS CSCP
ACU C RVR RDR RNMP
RNK B WCP
D TU 1 NK B 1 2 PDUC 3
D TU 2 PDU 3 AIU
D TU 3 IU L NCR 3 RA
D TU 4 GP S D OOR
SAU ECU 3
I ME 1 RPK B
I ME 2 NPK B 1 2 B MIU 3
DVS 1 2 L MIU 3
EIU 1 2 R MIU 3

− − FRMT − 6

A60609

Figure 1-34. FRMT-6 PME Status Display (Sheet 1 of 3)

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FRMT-6 PME STATUS DISPLAY


[AMI]

PMD

BUS PME FL T BUS PME FL T BUS PME FL T BUS PME FL T

DEU RIU CD I U
RSC AHRS CSCP
RVR RDR RNMP
RNK B WCP
FC NK B BAY
D TR 1 1 2 4 3 1 2 AIU 3
D TR 2 IU 1 2 5 3 RA 3
GP S 6 3 D OOR 3
SAU 7 3 ECU 3
I NU 1 NPK B
I NU 2 LP RP
EIU 1 2 8 3 1 2 8 3
DVS

− − FRMT - 6

CF - DF =PAGE FWD CF - DB =PAGE BACK

B42829

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Device Bus A Test NO


A The corresponding device has failed bus test as a remote terminal on
bus A since the last time faults were cleared (CF-66), but is currently
passing the bus A test.
A The corresponding device is currently failing bus A test.
(Reverse Video)
(blank) The corresponding device has not failed bus test as a remote terminal on
bus A since the last time faults were cleared.
2 Device Bus C Test NO
C The corresponding device has failed bus test as a remote terminal on
bus C since the last time faults were cleared (CF-66), but is currently
passing the bus C test.
C The corresponding device is currently failing bus C test.
(Reverse Video)
(blank) The corresponding device has not failed bus test as a remote terminal on
bus C since the last time faults were cleared.

Figure 1-34. FRMT-6 PME Status Display (Sheet 2 of 3)

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

3 Device Fault NO
X The corresponding device has failed since the last time faults were
cleared (CF-66), but is currently not faulted.
X The corresponding device is currently faulted.
(Reverse Video)
(blank) The corresponding device has not failed since the last time faults were
cleared.
4 Bay MIU Assignment NO
MIU MIU is assigned to the Bay Location. The fault fields apply to the MIU.
(blank) No MIU is assigned to the Bay Location.

5 Bay PDUC Assignment NO


PDUC PDUC is assigned to the Bay Location. The fault fields apply to the PDUC.
(blank) No PDUC is assigned to the Bay Location.
6 Bay PDU Assignment NO
PDU PDUC/PDU is assigned to the Bay Location. The fault fields apply to the
PDU.
(blank) No PDUC/PDU is assigned to the Bay Location.
7 Bay CSRL Assignment NO
CSRL CSRL is assigned to the Bay Location. The fault fields apply to the CSRL.
(blank) No CSRL is assigned to the Bay Location.

8 MIU Pylon Assignment NO


MIU MIU is assigned to the designated Pylon Location. The fault fields apply
to the MIU.
(blank) No MIU is assigned to the Pylon Location.

Figure 1-34. FRMT-6 PME Status Display (Sheet 3 of 3)

Change 10 1-76C
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

FRMT-7 AND FRMT-7xy STATUS AND INVENTORY DISPLAY


Less [AMI]

[AMI]
On e L i n e PMD

2 3 6
1

1 4 / 5 7 1
RP 1
8
2 1 5 2
LP 2 BAY 1 BAY 5 RP 2

3 2 6 3
LP 3 BAY 2 BAY 6 RP 3

4 3 7 4
LP 4 BAY 3 BAY 7 RP 4

5 4 8 5
LP 5 BAY 4 BAY 8 RP 5

6 6
LP 6 RP 6
9

10 11 12 26 10 13 14 10
− − FRMT - 7 x y
2 3 6

18 19 22
15 4 / 5 7 ORD 16 20 21 23 24
8 EJ 17 BK UP S 25 25

SELECTED STATION STATUS B42830

NOTE
• Details of the LEFT 1 station inventory display are shown, the other station data
displays are identical.
• The Selected Station data at the bottom of the screen is displayed for FRMT-7xy.

Figure 1-35. FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy Status and Inventory Display


(Sheet 1 of 5)

1-76D Change 10
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Crypto Key Status NO

NO KEYS Crypto keys are not available and crypto key override is commanded.
NO KEYS (Reverse ) Crypto keys are not available and crypto key override is not commanded.
(blank) Crypto keys are available or retrieval of crypto keys has not yet occurred.

2 Store NO

P Store is present but unidentified.


C CALCM is present .
C (Bright Underlined) CALCM is present with OTL power on.
X Store is not present at the specified location/station.
(blank) MIU is not powered.
3 Warhead Type NO
n (Bright) Weapon warhead type provided by missile data. (range 1 through 9 and
A through F)
0 = Test.
1 = Blast/Frag.
2 = Penetrator.
3 - 9 and A - F not assigned.
(blank) Warhead type has not been received from the missile.
4 CALCM Status NO
OF CALCM electronic power is off.
ON CALCM electronic power is on.
CA CALCM is coarse aligning.
TA (Reverse) Transfer Alignment maneuver is required.
AL CALCM is aligned.
GO CALCM is aligned, GPS receiver is initialized, and Crypto Keys are veri-
fied (if keyed mission).
Less [AMI] PL [AMI] CL CALCM plus count launch is currently active and not in either SIM mode.
AW CALCM launch (captive carry mode not active) has successfully oc-
curred.
JT CALCM jettison has successfully occurred.
HG (Reverse) CALCM is hung.
NG (Reverse) CALCM permanent fatal fault has occurred, power is off and reapplication
of power is inhibited.
[AMI] ER CALCM Erase is active.
(blank) No CALCM at this station or MIU power is off.

Figure 1-35. FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy Status and Inventory Display


(Sheet 2 of 5)

Change 10 1-76E
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

5 Ready To Launch Sta- NO


tus
SAF Weapon has not been provided Nav/RNav consent for launch from the
SAFE/PREARM switch.
RDY Weapon has been provided Nav/RNav consent for launch from the
SAFE/PREARM switch.
(blank) No CALCM at this station or MIU power is off.
6 Flex/Direct Target NO
Indication

F (Bright Underlined) Weapon has been flex targeted.


F Flex targeted weapon has been launched.
D (Bright Underlined) Weapon has been direct targeted.
D Direct targeted weapon has been launched.
(blank) No CALCM at this station, it is not flex or direct targeted, or MIU power is off.
7 Targeting Status NO
nn Primary mission of a weapon has launch point or direct target n(n) de-
fined, or Weapon has been launched at launch point or direct target n(n).
nn (Bright Underlined) Primary mission of a weapon has launch point or direct target n(n) de-
fined and the weapon is targeted.
G GPS initialization data has been loaded into the weapon, but no mission
is assigned.
R CALCM indicates it is ready to receive mission data.
(blank) MIU power is off, CALCM power is off, or weapon is not a CALCM.
8 MISSILE FAULTS NO SEE SECTION VII.
(Reverse)
9 Launcher Down Station NO
[x] Launcher station in the down position, updated once per second when
the launcher is rotating. x = 1 - 8.
[x] (Reverse Video) Launcher station in the down position, updated once per second when
the launcher is rotating. x = 1 - 8. Indexing mode is incorrect or PDUC
communication lost.
(blank) Unable to determine launcher position.
10 MIU Fault Status NO
MIU (Reverse) A MIU communication failure or a MIU fault indication has been detected
which precludes missile launch for CALCMs communicating through that MIU.
(blank) The above condition does not exist.
11 ECU Fault Status NO
ECU (Reverse) A ECU fault indication has been detected.
(blank) The above condition has not been detected.

Figure 1-35. FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy Status and Inventory Display


(Sheet 3 of 5)

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

12 LNCHR Fault Status NO


LNCHR (Reverse) A launcher fault has been detected.
(blank) A launcher fault has not been detected.
13 Bay Door Fault Status NO
DOORS (Reverse) A bay door fault has been detected.
(blank) A bay door fault has not been detected.
14 AIU Fault Status NO An AIU fault has been detected.
AIU (Reverse) An AIU fault has been detected.
(blank) An AIU fault has not been detected.

15 Location/Station NO

xy (Bright Underlined) Location(x) and station (y) of the weapon of associated weapon.
x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
16 Ordnance Alarm Status NO
ALARM (Reverse) Ordnance Alarm fault indication has been received for selected CALCM.
SAFE No ordnance alarm fault indication has been received for selected
CALCM.
(blank) No CALCM selected or MIU is powered off.
17 Ejector Status NO
LOCKD Ejector is locked for the selected CALCM.
UNLOCKD Ejector is unlocked for the selected CALCM.
UNKNOWN Ejector status cannot be determined (Illegal ejector status) for the
(Reverse) selected CALCM.
(blank) No CALCM present or selected, or MIU is powered off.
18 OTL Payload Status NO
OTL (Bright CALCM has OTL payload.
Underlined)
(blank) Payload is not identified as an OTL, no CALCM is selected, or MIU is off.
19 OTL Power Status NO
BATT OTL instrumentation power is on CALCM battery power for selected
CALCM.
CARR OTL instrumentation power is on carrier power for selected CALCM.
UNKN (Reverse) OTL instrumentation power has indeterminate status for selected
CALCM.
OFF OTL instrumentation power is off for selected CALCM.
(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is
powered off.

Figure 1-35. FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy Status and Inventory Display


(Sheet 4 of 5)

Change 10 1-76G
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

20 Command Destruct NO
Status
C/D (Bright Underlined) Missile has command destruct (flight termination) receiver installed.
(blank) Missile does not have command destruct (flight termination) receiver
installed.

21 Flight Termination NO
System Status

SAFE Flight termination system is disable for selected CALCM.


ARMD (Reverse) Flight termination system is enabled for selected CALCM.
(blank) Payload type is not identified as OTL, no CALCM selected, or MIU is
powered off.

22 CALCM INS NO
Temp Fault Status

TEMP (Reverse) CALCM INS platform temperature No-Go for the selected CALCM.
(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.
23 CALCM Altimeter NO
Fault Status
ALTM (Reverse) CALCM CMRA No-Go or RAE No-Go for the selected CALCM.
(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.

24 CALCM INS Fault Sta- NO


tus
INS (Reverse) CALCM INS Z-Velocity No-Go or INS Alignment No-Go for the selected
CALCM.
(blank) No fault detected or MIU is powered off.
25 Backup NO
Location/Station
xy (Bright Underlined) Location(x) and station (y) of the backup for selected CALCM.

x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
(blank) No backups for selected CALCM, no CALCM selected or MIU powered off.
26 [AMI] DTC Access NO
Status
DTC (Blinking) SMO is accessing DTC.
DTC (Reverse Video) DTC access fault has occurred.
(blank) No DTC Access Fault is occurring and no DTC access fault has oc-
curred.

Figure 1-35. FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy Status and Inventory Display


(Sheet 5 of 5)

1-76H Change 10
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

CF-DF OR CF-DB FROM FRMT-7, 7A, 7B, OR 7C


WEAPON GROUP ASSIGNMENT DATA DISPLAY
[AMI]

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 CALCM Location NO
_LP Displayed weapon assignment data is for the left pylon.
BAY Displayed weapon assignment data is for the bomb bay.
_RP Displayed weapon assignment data is for the right pylon.

2 Selected Sortie Title NO


28 Character Label ID of sortie loaded into ACU.
(Blank) No sortie is loaded into ACU.
3 Selected Mission Title NO
28 Character Label ID of B-52 mission loaded into ACU.
(Blank) No B-52 mission is loaded in ACU.

Figure 1-35A. CF-DF or CF-DB Weapon Group Assignment Data Display


(Sheet 1 of 3)

Change 10 1-77
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

4 Store Status NO
P Store present but unidentified.
C CALCM is present.
C (Bright Underlined CALCM is present with OTL power on.
Video)
X Store is not present.
(blank) MIU power is off or (for group assignment only) Stations 7 and 8 do not exist
when pylon locations are selected or (for selected station status only) no
store is selected.

5 Warhead Type NO
n Weapon warhead type as provided from CALCM.
(1 = Blast/Frag, 2 = Penetrator)
(blank) One of the following conditions exist:
1. MIU power is off.
2. For group assignment only, Stations 7 and 8 do not exist when pylon loca-
tions are selected.
3. For selected station status only, no store is selected.
4. Store is not a CALCM.
5. Warhead type has not been received from CALCM at this station.
6 Targeting Status NO
F (Bright Underlined CALCM has been flex targeted.
Video)
F Flex targeted CALCM has been launched.
D (Bright Underlined CALCM has been direct targeted.
Video)
D Direct targeted CALCM has been launched.
(blank) One of the following conditions exist:
1. CALCM has been powered on, but not flex or direct targeted.
2. MIU power is off.
3. CALCM power is off.
4. Store is not a CALCM.
5. For group assignment only, Stations 7 and 8 do not exist when pylon loca-
tions are selected.
6. For selected station status only, no store is selected.
7 Launch Point/Direct NO
Target
nn (Bright Underlined Primary mission of a weapon has launch point or direct target n(n) defined
Video) and the weapon is targeted.
nn Primary mission of a weapon has launch point or direct target n(n) defined
and the weapon has been launched.

Figure 1-35A. CF-DF or CF-DB Weapon Group Assignment Data Display


(Sheet 2 of 3)

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

7 (Cont) G GPS initialization data has been loaded into the weapon, but no mission is
assigned.
R CALCM indicates it is ready to receive mission data.
(blank) One of the following conditions exist:
1. CALCM has been powered on, but has not yet been targeted.
2. MIU power is off.
3. CALCM power is off.
4. Store is not a CALCM.
5. For group assignment only, Stations 7 and 8 do not exist when pylon loca-
tions are selected.
6. For selected station status only, no store is selected.
8 Bay Station 7 NO
7 Display is for the bay. This is blank when a pylon is selected.
(blank) Pylon is selected.
9 Bay Station 8 NO
8 Display is for the bay. This is blank when a pylon is selected.
(blank) Pylon is selected.
10 Selected Weapon NO
Group
28 Characters ID of weapon group, loaded into ACU and used for targeting data.
(Blank) No targeting data is currently assigned to the weapon.

Figure 1-35A. CF-DF or CF-DB Weapon Group Assignment Data Display


(Sheet 3 of 3)

Change 10 1-79
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

FRMT-77 STORES INVENTORY SUMMARY DISPLAY


[AMI]

PMD

1 1 1
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

2 2 3 4 5 2 2 3 4 5 2 2 3 4 5

3 2 3 4 5 3 2 3 4 5 3 2 3 4 5

4 2 3 4 5 4 2 3 4 5 4 2 3 4 5

5 2 3 4 5 5 2 3 4 5 5 2 3 4 5

6 2 3 4 5 6 2 3 4 5 6 2 3 4 5

7 2 3 4 5 7 2 3 4 5 7 2 3 4 5

8 2 3 4 5 8 2 3 4 5 8 2 3 4 5
− − FRMT - 7 7

B42831

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 SMO Title NO
17 Characters SMO title assigned to the location (truncated to 17 characters).
17 Characters (Bright Primary SMO title (truncated to 17 characters)
Underlined Video)
(blank) No SMO assigned to the Location.
2 Weapon Type NO
aa Weapon type as provided by the loaded aircraft mission data (No SMO
loaded at the location or the SMO cannot confirm the actual weapon
type). For CALCM, aa = C1 (Blast/Frag warhead) or C2 (Penetrator war-
head)
aa (Bright Underlined Weapon type as provided by the loaded aircraft mission data, that has
Video) been confirmed by the SMO with aircraft mission data.
aa (Reverse Video) Weapon type as provided by the loaded aircraft mission data, that has not
been confirmed by the SMO with aircraft mission data.
(blank) Weapon data is not being provided by loaded aircraft mission data or no
aircraft mission data is loaded.

Figure 1-35B. FRMT-77 Stores Inventory Summary Display


(Sheet 1 of 2)

1-80 Change 10
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

3 Weapon Status NO
aa Two-digit weapon status (e.g. ON, OF, CA, AL, GO) as provided by the
particular weapon SMO. Refer to the applicable weapon manual for de-
tails of display.
(blank) No SMO assigned to the location, or no weapon status has been provided
by the SMO.

4 Direct Target/ NO
Launch Point
nn or Dn Launch point number (nn) or direct target number (Dn) assigned as pro-
vided by the SMO. Refer to the applicable weapon manual for details of
display.
(blank) No SMO assigned to the location, or no direct target or launch point has
been provided by the SMO.
5 Time To In-Range NO
mm Time-to-go to In-Range as provided by the SMO that is 10 minutes or
greater (up to 60 minutes). Refer to the applicable weapon manual for de-
tails of display.
m:ss Time-to-go to In-Range as provided by the SMO, that is less than 10 min-
utes. And, highlight mode as provided by the SMO. Refer to the applicable
weapon manual for details of display.
(blank) No SMO assigned to the location, or no time to In-Range provided by the
SMO, or SMO has decided it is not applicable.

Figure 1-35B. FRMT-77 Stores Inventory Summary Display


(Sheet 2 of 2)

Change 10 1-81
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

FRMT-10,nn DESTINATION TABLE DISPLAY

PMD

− 1 N3 7 o 4 1 . 9 9 W 9 7 o 17 . 9 8 14 9 0 ’ 0 : 04 : 59
1 OAP 1 N 0 o 0 0 . 0 0 E 0 o00 . 00 00’
2 2 N 0 o00 . 00 E 0 o00 . 00 00’
3 3 N 0 o00 . 00 E 0 o00 . 00 00’
4 4 N 0 o00 . 00 E 0 o00 . 00 00’

1 N3 8 o 2 4 . 0 0 W 98 o47 . 98 15 20 ’ 0 : 19 : 5 9
1 OAP 1 N 0 o00 . 00 E 0 o00 . 00 00’
2 2 N 0 o00 . 00 E 0 o00 . 00 00’
3 3 N 0 o00 . 00 E 0 o00 . 00 00’
4 4 N 0 o00 . 00 E 0 o00 . 00 00’

− − FRMT 1 0 ,
DESTINATION
SEQUENCE NO.

DESTINATION SEQUENCE NO. A60611

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 CALCMLP NO CALCM launch point

Figure 1-36. FRMT-10,nn Destination Table Display

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

SMO PROGRAM (PRGM) DISPLAY CALCM DIRECT TARGET PROGRAM DISPLAY

The SMO PRGM commands are listed in figure The CALCM direct target program display, com-
1-37. The CALCM launch point program display, manded by PRGM-Dnn, where nn is the direct tar-
commanded by PRGM- or PRGM-nn, is displayed get number (1-20), and is displayed by the SMO as
by the SMO as depicted in figure 1-38 (Current And depicted in figure 1-41. Using the PRGM-Dnn com-
Next Destination Not a CALCM Launch Point), fig- mand causes the FMS to display the current des-
ure 1-39 (Auto SAIR When Current or Next Des- tination at the top of the screen and the next des-
tination is a CALCM Launch Point), figure 1-40 tination at the bottom. This display is used to view
(Manual SAIR When Current Destination is a launch information about the weapon associated
CALCM Launch Point), and figure 1-41 (Direct with a CALCM direct target nn.
Launch Mode). Using the PRGM- command causes
the FMS to display the current destination at the Information included in the display is listed below.
top of the screen and the next destination at the Direct targeting status for up to twenty weapons is
bottom. Using the PRGM-nn command, where nn is always displayed on the program display, although
a destination number from 1 to 99, causes the FMS blanks will be displayed for windows where no di-
to display the current destination at the top of the rect targets have been designated.
screen and the destination indicated by nn, even if
it is the same as the current destination, at the bot-
• Cruise missile launch point mnemonic for the
current destination and the next or selected des-
tom. This display is used to view launch informa- tination when the respective destination is a
tion about the weapon associated with a CALCM CALCM launch point.
launch point when it is the current destination, or
when it is the next destination if the current des-
• Direct targeting status for up to twenty weap-
ons.
tination is not a CALCM launch point. • SAIR mode, status, and range.
• Unsafe condition.
The CALCM launch point program display only • Automatic retargeting enable status.
provides launch information for the current or the • Location and station of weapon to be
next destination, as applicable, and not the selected launched.
destination. Information included in the display is • Launch countdown timer, manual launch re-
listed below. The second item below is displayed on quirements, and launch countdown hold timer.
the program display regardless of whether the cur- • Pre-target Steering Waypoint turn angle.
rent or next destination is a CALCM launch point, • Magnetic course to pre-target steering way-
although blanks will be displayed in windows point.
where no direct targets have been designated. • Bay door status.
• Cruise missile launch point mnemonic for the • PMD.
current destination and the next or selected des- The SMO will reject a PRGM-Dnn command and
tination when the respective destination is a display it in reverse video under the following con-
CALCM launch point. ditions:
• Direct targeting status for up to twenty
weapons. • Invalid direct target designation is selected.
• SAIR mode, status, range (manual SAIR), and • A weapon is in launch countdown.
time to go (automatic ranging). • [AMI] The CALCM SMO is not primary.
• Unsafe condition.
• Automatic retargeting enable status. Once Direct Launch Mode is activated, it will re-
• Location and station of weapon to be main active until one of the following occurs:
launched. • The associated weapon is launched.
• Launch countdown timer, manual launch re- • Clear direct launch mode is commanded.
quirements, and launch countdown hold timer. • There is no longer a valid CALCM assigned to
• Magnetic course to cruise missile first way- the active direct target, Dnn.
point (manual SAIR).
• Bay door status. Exit Direct Launch Mode.
• PMD. Operator entry of CLR-D will exit Direct Launch
Mode that was entered by Operator entry of PRGM-
Dnn. If not in Direct Launch Mode when CLR-D is
entered, the command will be displayed in reverse
video.

Change 10 1-83
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WEAPON TARGETING COMMANDS The commands to carry out these processes are de-
scribed in the following paragraphs. For all target-
Before any CALCMs can be launched, the Operator ing commands the targeting information will also
must initiate the transfer of targeting information be provided for up to two backup weapons, if avail-
to the missile from the weapon DTUC/DTC. After able. After a mission is targeted to a primary weap-
initial targeting of the CALCMs, the Operator can on and available backups, there can be no new
backup weapons added for that mission without re-
1) Reinitiate targeting of all weapons, initiating targeting or manually targeting the mis-
2) Manually target a CALCM to a specified launch sion (options 1 and 2 above).
point,
3) Modify a mission by using the Flex targeting op-
tion, or
4) Direct target a CALCM.

COMMAND DESCRIPTION
PRGM-,nn Launch Point Program Display
PRGM-Dnn Direct Target Program Display
CLR-D Exit Direct Launch Mode

Figure 1-37. SMO Program Commands

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

SMO LAUNCH POINT PROGRAM DISPLAY (PRGM)


(CURRENT AND NEXT DESTINATION IS NOT A CALCMLP)

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Direct Target Number Direct Target Number nn= 1 to 20.

Dnn Direct target has been assigned to weapon and target data is loaded and
verified, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across screen.

Dnn (Blinking) PRGM-Dnn is entered, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across


screen.
Dnn (Bright Direct target is in range, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across
Underlined) screen.
Dnn (Bright Direct target is in range and PRGM-Dnn is entered, where nn = 1 to 20
Underlined Blinking) from left to right across screen.
(blank) No weapons are assigned to the direct target or all assigned weapons
have been released.

Figure 1-38. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)

1-85
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

SMO LAUNCH POINT PROGRAM DISPLAY (PRGM) (AUTO SAIR)


(CURRENT OR NEXT DESTINATION IS A CALCMLP)

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 CALCMLP NO Current destination is a CALCM launch point.


2 Direct Target Number Direct Target Number nn= 1 to 20.
Dnn Direct target has been assigned to weapon and target data is loaded and
verified, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across screen.
Dnn (Blinking) PRGM-Dnn is entered, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across
screen.
Dnn (Bright Direct target is in range, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across
Underlined) screen.
Dnn (Bright Direct target is in range and PRGM-Dnn is entered, where nn = 1 to 20
Underlined Blinking) from left to right across screen.
(blank) No weapons are assigned to the direct target or all assigned weapons
have been released.

Figure 1-39. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)(Auto SAIR)


(Sheet 1 of 3)

1-86
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

3 SAIR NO CALCM is not within range and no launch restrictions exist.


SAIR (Bright CALCM is within range and no launch restrictions exist.
Underlined)
SAIR (Reverse Safe launch restrictions exist.
Blinking)
(blank) No CALCM is associated with the current and next destinations and di-
rect launch mode is not active.
4 mm:ss NO When automatic SAIR is active, time to go to SAIR is displayed in min-
utes and seconds when greater than 00:00. If time to go exceeds 59:59
then 59:59 is displayed.
Display range = 00:01 through 59:59
[AMI] FAR Either (1) Manual is active and the carrier is too far from the missile’s first
waypoint to launch or (2) Direct SAIR is active and the carrier is too far
from the target to launch.
[AMI] CLOSE Direct SAIR is active and carrier is too close to the target to load.
(blank) One of the following conditions exist:
1. Automatic SAIR is active and time to go to SAIR is less than 00:00
2. [AMI] Direct SAIR is active and carrier is in range.
3. [AMI] Manual SAIR is active and carrier is in range.
4. Less [AMI] Direct or Manual SAIR is active.
5. There is no current event.
5 BRG CHG (Reverse NO During direct launch mode, steer point turn angle exceeds CALCM capa-
Blinking) bility for selected direct target.
CLIMB (Reverse Aircraft altitude too low for safe release.
Blinking)
LEVL_OFF (Reverse Aircraft Z velocity and/or Z acceleration is too high for safe release.
Blinking)
ACCEL (Reverse Aircraft true airspeed is too slow for safe release.
Blinking)
PITCH (Reverse Aircraft pitch angle or pitch rate is unsafe for release.
Blinking)
ROLL (Reverse Aircraft bank angle or roll rate is unsafe for release.
Blinking)
YAW (Reverse Aircraft yaw rate is unsafe for release.
Blinking)
(blank) No Launch Restrictions Exist, or no CALCM is associated with the cur-
rent and next destinations and direct launch mode is not active.
6 AUTO RETGT (Bright NO Current or next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch
Underlined) mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.

Figure 1-39. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)(Auto SAIR)


(Sheet 2 of 3)

Change 10 1-87
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

7 ON NO Auto retargeting is enabled, not inhibited and either backup is launchable


when the current or next destinations are a CALCM launch point or direct
launch mode is active.
ON (Reverse) The current or next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch
mode is active and auto retargeting is enabled, but inhibited because
both backups for the weapon associated with the next weapon event are
not launchable.
OFF Auto retargeting mode is disabled and the current or next destination is a
CALCM launch point or direct launch mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.

8 xy NO Location and station of associated weapon when the current or next destina-
tion is a CALCM launch point or direct launch mode is active.

x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
(blank) (Reverse) Current or next destination is a CALCM launch point and no weapon is
assigned.
(blank) Current or next destination is not a CALCM launch point.
9 MAN LNCH MODE NO Manual launch mode but not in launch countdown when the current or
(Bright) next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch mode is active.
COUNTDOWN x Launch countdown. x equals time to go in seconds (1 thru 5 seconds).
(Bright)
HOLD xx Launch countdown hold is active where xx is countdown seconds in hold
(1 thru 45 seconds).
(blank) None of the above.

10 BBD (Bright NO Current or next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch
Underlined) mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.
11 OPEN NO Bomb bay doors are open and current or next destination is a CALCM
launch point or direct launch mode is active.
CLSD Bomb bay doors are closed and current or next destination is a CALCM
launch point or direct launch mode is active.
DOORS (Reverse) Door fault is detected and current or next destination is a CALCM launch
point or direct launch mode is active.
UNLTCH Door status is indeterminate and current or next destination is a CALCM
launch point or direct launch mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.

12 CALCMLP NO Next or selected destination is a CALCM launch point.

Figure 1-39. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)(Auto SAIR)


(Sheet 3 of 3)

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SMO LAUNCH POINT PROGRAM DISPLAY (PRGM)(MANUAL SAIR)


(CURRENT DESTINATION IS A CALCMLP)

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 CALCMLP NO Current destination is a CALCM launch point.


2 Direct Target Number Direct Target Number nn= 1 to 20.
Dnn Direct target has been assigned to weapon and target data is loaded and
verified, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across screen.
Dnn (Blinking) PRGM-Dnn is entered, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across
screen.
Dnn (Bright Direct target is in range, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across
Underlined) screen.
Dnn (Bright Direct target is in range and PRGM-Dnn is entered, where nn = 1 to 20
Underlined Blinking) from left to right across screen.
(blank) No weapons are assigned to the direct target or all assigned weapons
have been released.

Figure 1-40. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)(Manual SAIR)


(Sheet 1 of 4)

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FIABLE

3 MAN NO Manual SAIR mode and not in range.


MAN (Bright Manual SAIR mode and safe and in range.
Underlined)
MAN (Reverse Manual SAIR mode and safe launch restrictions exist.
Blinking)
(blank) MAN SAIR is not active.
4 SAIR NO CALCM is not within range and no launch restrictions exist.
SAIR (Bright CALCM is within range and no launch restrictions exist.
Underlined)
SAIR (Reverse Safe launch restrictions exist.
Blinking)
(blank) No CALCM is associated with the current and next destinations and di-
rect launch mode is not active.
5 BRG CHG (Reverse NO During direct launch mode, steer point turn angle exceeds CALCM capa-
Blinking) bility for selected direct target.
CLIMB (Reverse Aircraft altitude too low for safe release.
Blinking)
LEVL_OFF (Reverse Aircraft Z velocity and/or Z acceleration is too high for safe release.
Blinking)
ACCEL (Reverse Aircraft true airspeed is too slow for safe release.
Blinking)
PITCH (Reverse Aircraft pitch angle or pitch rate is unsafe for release.
Blinking)
ROLL (Reverse Aircraft bank angle or roll rate is unsafe for release.
Blinking)
YAW (Reverse Aircraft yaw rate is unsafe for release.
Blinking)
(blank) No Launch Restrictions Exist, or no CALCM is associated with the cur-
rent and next destinations and direct launch mode is not active.
6 AUTO RETGT (Bright NO Current or next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch
Underlined) mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.

Figure 1-40. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)(Manual SAIR)


(Sheet 2 of 4)

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FIABLE

7 ON NO Auto retargeting is enabled, not inhibited and either backup is launchable


when the current or next destinations are a CALCM launch point or direct
launch mode is active.
ON (Reverse) The current or next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch
mode is active and auto retargeting is enabled, but inhibited because
both backups for the weapon associated with the next weapon event are
not launchable.
OFF Auto retargeting mode is disabled and the current or next destination is a
CALCM launch point or direct launch mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.
8 xy NO Location and station of associated weapon when the current or next destina-
tion is a CALCM launch point or direct launch mode is active.

x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
(blank) (Reverse) Current or next destination is a CALCM launch point and no weapon is
assigned.
(blank) Current or next destination is not a CALCM launch point.
9 MAN LNCH MODE Manual launch mode but not in launch countdown when the current or
(Bright) next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch mode is active.
COUNTDOWN x Launch countdown. x equals time to go in seconds (1 thru 5 seconds).
(Bright)
HOLD xx Launch countdown hold is active where xx is countdown seconds in hold
(1 thru 45 seconds).
(blank) None of the above.
10 SAIR RNG NO Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is active, range data is available,
and not in range.
SAIR RNG (Bright Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is active, range data is available,
Underlined) and in range.
SAIR RNG (Reverse) Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is active and range data is not avail-
able.
(blank) Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is not active.
11 xxx NO Distance from A/C present position along ground track to enter SAIR
Range boundary in NM for selected weapon in direct or manual SAIR
mode.
(xxx = 999 for range >= 999).
xxx (Bright Underlined) Distance from A/C present position along ground track to exit SAIR
Range boundary in NM for selected weapon in direct or manual SAIR
mode.
(xxx = 999 for range >= 999).
(blank) None of the above.

Figure 1-40. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)(Manual SAIR)


(Sheet 3 of 4)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

12 MC (Bright Underlined) NO Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is active and data is available for
calculations.
MC (Reverse) Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is active and data is not available for
calculations.
(blank) Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is not active.
13 xxx° NO Magnetic course from A/C present position to calculated pre-target steer-
ing waypoint for active direct launch mode. Magnetic course from A/C
present position to first cruise missile waypoint in manual SAIR mode.
Display range = 0 to 359 degrees.
(blank) None of the above.

14 BBD (Bright NO Current or next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch
Underlined) mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.
15 OPEN NO Bomb bay doors are open and current or next destination is a CALCM
launch point or direct launch mode is active.
CLSD Bomb bay doors are closed and current or next destination is a CALCM
launch point or direct launch mode is active.
DOORS (Reverse) Door fault is detected and current or next destination is a CALCM launch
point or direct launch mode is active.
UNLTCH Door status is indeterminate and current or next destination is a CALCM
launch point or direct launch mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.

16 CALCMLP NO Next or selected destination is a CALCM launch point.

Figure 1-40. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)(Manual SAIR)


(Sheet 4 of 4)

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SMO LAUNCH POINT PROGRAM DISPLAY (PRGM)


(DIRECT TARGET LAUNCH MODE)

WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

1 Destination Type NO

CALCMLP Current destination is a CALCM launch point.


2 Direct Target Number NO
Dnn Direct target nn has been assigned to weapon and target data is loaded
and verified, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across screen.
Dnn (Bright Direct target nn is in range, where nn = 1 to 20 from left to right across
Underlined) screen.
(blank) No weapons are assigned to the direct target or all assigned weapons
have been released.

Figure 1-41. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)


(Direct Target) (Sheet 1 of 5)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

3 MAN/DIR Mode NO
MAN Manual SAIR mode and not in range.
MAN (Bright Manual SAIR mode and safe and in range.
Underlined)
MAN (Reverse Manual SAIR mode and safe launch restrictions exist.
Blinking)
DIR Direct Launch mode and not in range.
DIR (Bright Direct Launch mode and safe and in range.
Underlined)
DIR (Reverse Direct Launch mode and safe launch restrictions exist.
Blinking)
(blank) Neither Manual SAIR nor Direct Launch modes are active.
4 SAIR Status NO
SAIR CALCM is not within range and no launch restrictions exist.
SAIR (Bright CALCM is within range and no launch restrictions exist.
Underlined)
SAIR (Reverse Safe launch restrictions exist.
Blinking)
(blank) No CALCM is associated with the current and next destinations and di-
rect launch mode is not active.
5 Launch Restrictions NO
BRG CHG (Reverse During direct launch mode, steer point turn angle exceeds CALCM capa-
Blinking) bility for selected direct target.
CLIMB (Reverse Aircraft altitude too low for safe release.
Blinking)
LEVL_OFF (Reverse Aircraft Z velocity and/or Z acceleration is too high for safe release.
Blinking)
ACCEL (Reverse Aircraft true airspeed is too slow for safe release.
Blinking)
PITCH (Reverse Aircraft pitch angle or pitch rate is unsafe for release.
Blinking)
ROLL (Reverse Aircraft bank angle or roll rate is unsafe for release.
Blinking)
YAW (Reverse Aircraft yaw rate is unsafe for release.
Blinking)
(blank) No Launch Restrictions Exist, or no CALCM is associated with the cur-
rent and next destinations and direct launch mode is not active.

Figure 1-41. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)


(Direct Target) (Sheet 2 of 5)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

6 Auto Retarget Status NO


Label

AUTO RETGT (Bright Current or next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch
Underlined) mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.
7 Auto Retarget Status NO
ON Auto retargeting is enabled, not inhibited and either backup is launchable
when the current or next destinations are a CALCM launch point or direct
launch mode is active.
ON (Reverse) The current or next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch
mode is active and auto retargeting is enabled, but inhibited because
both backups for the weapon associated with the next weapon event are
not launchable.
OFF Auto retargeting mode is disabled and the current or next destination is a
CALCM launch point or direct launch mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.
8 [AMI] Flex/Direct Tar- NO
get Indicator
F CALCM for current weapon event has been flex targeted.
D CALCM for current weapon event has been direct targeted.
(blank) Either there is no current weapon event or the CALCM for the current
weapon event has not been flexed or direct targeted.
9 [AMI] Launch Point/ NO
Direct Target Number
nn Launch point or direct target number for CALCM assigned to current
weapon event.
(blank) There is no current weapon event.
10 Weapon NO
Location/Station
xy Location and station of associated weapon when the current or next destina-
tion is a CALCM launch point or direct launch mode is active.

x = B for Bay location, L for left pylon location, and R for right pylon location
y = Station number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Bay; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 for pylons.
(blank) Current or next destination is a CALCM launch point and no weapon is
(Reverse Video) assigned.
(blank) Current or next destination is not a CALCM launch point.

Figure 1-41. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)


(Direct Target) (Sheet 3 of 5)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

11 Launch Mode NO
MAN LNCH MODE Manual launch mode but not in launch countdown when the current or
(Bright) next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch mode is active.
COUNTDOWN x Launch countdown. x equals time to go in seconds (1 thru 5 seconds).
(Bright)
HOLD xx Launch countdown hold is active where XX is countdown seconds in hold
(1 thru 45 seconds).
(blank) None of the above.
12 [AMI] Auto Launcher NO
Rotation Status
AUTOROT INHIB Auto launcher rotation is inhibited.
(Reverse Video)
(blank) Auto launcher rotation is not inhibited.
13 ∆ BRG Label NO
∆ BRG (Bright PRGM-Dnn is entered.
Underlined)
(blank) None of the above.
14 Steering Waypoint NO
Turn Angle
xnnn° Direct launch mode is active and the absolute value of the pre-target
steering waypoint turn angle is less than or equal to 150o,
where x = R for positive angle; L for negative.
nnn = abs value of turn angle.
xnnn° (Reverse) Direct launch mode is active and the absolute value of the pre-target
steering waypoint turn angle is not less than or equal to 150o,
where x = R for positive angle; L for negative.
nnn = abs value of turn angle.
(blank) Direct launch mode is not active.

15 SAIR Range Status NO

SAIR RNG Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is active, range data is available,
and not in range.
SAIR RNG (Bright Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is active, range data is available,
Underlined) and in range.
SAIR RNG (Reverse) Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is active and range data is not avail-
able.
(blank) Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is not active.

Figure 1-41. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)


(Direct Target) (Sheet 4 of 5)

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION


FIABLE

16 Distance to SAIR NO
Entry/Exit
xxx Distance from A/C present position along ground track to enter SAIR
Range boundary in NM for selected weapon in direct or manual SAIR
mode.
(xxx = 999 for range >= 999).
xxx (Bright Underlined) Distance from A/C present position along ground track to exit SAIR
Range boundary in NM for selected weapon in direct or manual SAIR
mode.
(xxx = 999 for range >= 999).
(blank) None of the above.
17 Mag Course Label NO
MC (Bright Underlined) Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is active and data is available for
calculations.
MC (Reverse) Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is active and data is not available for
calculations.
(blank) Direct launch mode or manual SAIR is not active.
18 Mag Course to NO
Weapon Waypoint
xxx° Magnetic course from A/C present position to calculated pre-target steer-
ing waypoint for active direct launch mode. Magnetic course from A/C
present position to first cruise missile waypoint in manual SAIR mode.
Display range = 0 to 359 degrees.
(blank) None of the above.
19 Bomb Bay Door Label NO
BBD (Bright Current or next destination is a CALCM launch point or direct launch
Underlined) mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.
20 Bomb Bay Door Status NO
OPEN Bomb bay doors are open and current or next destination is a CALCM
launch point or direct launch mode is active.
CLSD Bomb bay doors are closed and current or next destination is a CALCM
launch point or direct launch mode is active.
DOORS (Reverse) Door fault is detected and current or next destination is a CALCM launch
point or direct launch mode is active.
UNLTCH Door status is indeterminate and current or next destination is a CALCM
launch point or direct launch mode is active.
(blank) None of the above.

21 CALCMLP Label NO

CALCMLP Next or selected destination is a CALCM launch point.

Figure 1-41. SMO Launch Point Program Display (PRGM)


(Direct Target) (Sheet 5 of 5)

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Normal Aircrew Procedures section II

table of contents page

GENERAL 2-3

PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES 2-3

BEFORE EXTERIOR INSPECTION (RN/N) 2-3

EXTERIOR INSPECTION (RN/N) 2-3

PYLONS 2-3

BOMB BAY INTERIOR 2-6

INTERIOR INSPECTION 2-9

AFTER ENGINE START (Power and Cooling Air Available) 2-10

Less [AMI] CALCM SMO LOADING (N) 2-10

[AMI] CALCM SMO LOADING (N) 2-10

WEAPON CHECK (RN) 2-10

CALCM INFLIGHT PROCEDURES 2-11

MISSILE POWER APPLICATION (N) 2-11

MISSILE TARGETING (N) 2-13

Less [AMI] TARGET/RETARGET ALL 2-13

[AMI] TARGET/RETARGET ALL 2-14A

AUTO RETARGET INHIBIT/ENABLE 2-14C

Less [AMI] MISSION SUBSTITUTION (INDIVIDUAL MISSILES) 2-14D

[AMI] MISSION SUBSTITUTION (INDIVIDUAL MISSILES) 2-15

MANUAL RETARGETING (INDIVIDUAL MISSILES) 2-16

FLEX TARGETING (INDIVIDUAL MISSILES) 2-17

DIRECT TARGETING (INDIVIDUAL MISSILES) 2-18

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LAUNCH PROCEDURES 2-19

MISSILE PREPARATION FOR LAUNCH 2-19

MISSILE LAUNCH (N) 2-21

LAUNCH ABORT/MISSION ABORT/RETAINED MISSILE(S) 2-27

PRELANDING PROCEDURES 2-29

BEFORE DESCENT 2-29

AFTER LANDING PROCEDURES 2-29

AFTER PARKING 2-29

GROUND SAFEING PROCEDURES (PYLON MISSILES) (RN/N) 2-30

GROUND SAFEING PROCEDURES (BAY MISSILES) (RN/N) 2-31

GROUND SIT/MIT PROCEDURES 2-32

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GENERAL
Detailed operating procedures for CALCM missiles that step. Identification symbols are used after each
are contained in this section. response, except when the entire checklist is accom-
plished by a single crewmember, such as pilot or
The step procedures are the call-response type in
navigator. Code letters are as follows: (P) pilot, (CP)
which code letters appear after each response to in-
copilot, (N) navigator, and (RN) radar navigator.
dicate which member of the crew is to accomplish
NOTE
[AMI] On missions with mixed weapons loads, the CALCM SMO must
be loaded and selected as the primary SMO in order to power, align,
target, range and launch CALCMs.

PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES
NOTE
When missiles are aboard, check the AFTO Form 781 for an entry indi-
cating a weapons preflight was accomplished. The wing weapons offi-
cer, alternate wing weapons officer or a designated representative will
perform a complete weapons and bomb bay preflight during the main-
tenance post-load checks.

BEFORE EXTERIOR INSPECTION (POWER OFF) (RN/N)

1. Jettison Power & Jettison Control Circuit Breakers – Out

2. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel: (RN)


a. LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – Guard closed
3. PYLON JETTISON CONSENT Switches (2) – Guards closed

4. Weapon Control Panel: (N)

a. PYLON LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – Guard closed

b. WPN JETTISON Switch – Guard closed

c. NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – Guard closed

5. Proceed to aircraft EXTERIOR INSPECTION (POWER OFF) checklist (step 1) (RN/N)

EXTERIOR INSPECTION (POWER OFF) (RN/N)


PYLONS

1. Pylons and Pylon Missiles:

a. Pylon General Condition – Checked

Check general appearance of pylon for surface damage or irregularities. Ensure pylon access
panels are secure. Check for evidence of fuel drainage or leakage from wing tanks or fuel fittings.

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b. Pylon Jettison Safeing Pin – Check removed

c. AGM-86C/D Missiles – Checked

(1) Warhead Arming Device Safety Pin & Streamer – Checked removed

Check the Warhead Arming Device safeing pin is removed and the status indicator is SAFE
(a white “S” on a green background)

NOTE

Omit Warhead Arming Device check if OTL payload is installed.

(2) Pitot-Static Probe Cover & Streamers – Checked removed

(3) Temperature Sensor Cover and Streamer – Checked removed

On AGM-86C missiles, if the gag rod is extended on the FMU-139A/B


fuzes, assume the fuze is armed.

(4) (AGM-86C) Payload Fuze Safeing Pins & Tags – Checked removed

(5) (AGM-86C) Fuze Settings – As briefed

Verify fuzes are set as briefed by the Wing Air Weapons Officer.

(6) Absence of Missile Fuel Leaks – Checked

d. MAU-12 Ejector Rack Ground Safety Lock Pins – Checked removed

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If the Warhead Arming Device indicates armed (a black “A” on a red


background) assume the fuze is armed.

2. All Safeing/Safety Pins – Counted and stowed (P-CP-RN-N)


Check that all safeing, safety pins, and streamers are stowed aboard aircraft. Check that there are
12 MAU-12 ejector rack ground safety lock pins, two pylon jettison safeing pins and one Warhead
Arming Device safeing pin for each missile. For AGM-86C missiles there should also be two payload
fuze safeing pins for each missile.

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BOMB BAY INTERIOR

• The bomb door actuator struts must be disconnected before entering


the bomb bay if power is applied to the aircraft.

• Do not perform operations on the launcher or missiles without first


installing the ground operation safety pin. Injury to personnel could
result.

1. CSRL & Bay Weapons: (RN-N)

a. Launcher General Condition – Checked

Ejector cable plug supports will be installed at those weapon stations without an ejector. Check
environmental, electrical, and hydraulic connections secure. Check for evidence of hydraulic leak-
age. With a CSRL installed, the environmental control lines on the launcher U tube assembly
must be removed and the lines capped.

b. Ground Operation Safety Switch Pin – Check installed


When installed, the pin prevents the launcher
from rotating. The CSRL ground operation safety
pin must be installed from the top side down to
prevent inadvertent removal of the pin.

c. Uplock Indicator – Checked seated

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d. PDU Spline – Engaged and pin seated


If the PDU Spline is not engaged,
the launcher will not rotate.

e. Overtravel Indicator – Checked locked

f. Downlock Indicator – Checked down

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g. MAU-12 Ejector Safeing Mechanism – Check red indicator showing


Visually check indicator on safeing mechanism indicates red.

h. AGM-86C/D Missiles – Checked

(1) Warhead Arming Device Safety Pin & Streamer – Checked removed

Check the Warhead Arming Device safeing pin is removed and the status indicator is SAFE
(a white “S” on a green background)

NOTE

Omit Warhead Arming Device check if OTL payload is installed.

(2) Pitot-Static Probe Cover & Streamers – Checked removed

(3) Temperature Sensor Cover and Streamer – Checked removed

On AGM-86C missiles, if the gag rod is extended on the FMU-139A/B


fuzes, assume the fuze is armed.

(4) (AGM-86C) Payload Fuze Safeing Pins & Tags – Checked removed

(5) (AGM-86C) Fuze Settings – As briefed

Verify fuzes are set as briefed by the Wing Air Weapons Officer.

(6) Absence of Missile Fuel Leaks – Checked

i. Ground Operation Safety Switch Pin – Check removed (RN-N)

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If the Warhead Arming Device indicates armed (a black “A” on a red


background) assume the fuze is armed.

2. Missile Ram Air Shutoff Valve – Checked open, forward position (forward right wheel well) (RN/N)

3. All Safeing/Safety Pins – Counted and stowed (P-CP-RN-N)

Check that safety pins and streamers for all missiles are counted and stowed aboard the aircraft.
Check that there is one ground operation safety switch pin and one Warhead Arming Device safeing
pin for each missile. For AGM-86C missiles there should also be two payload fuze safeing pins for
each missile.

4. Bomb Doors – Closed (alert only)

Ensure the bomb bay doors are closed prior to departing the aircraft.

INTERIOR INSPECTION

1. PDUC Power Switch - ON (If required)

Turn the PDUC power switch ON only if a CSRL is installed and is to be rotated.

2. Release Circuits Connected Light - Tested (RN)

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AFTER ENGINE START (Power and Cooling Air Available)


Less [AMI] CALCM SMO LOADING (N)
NOTE

Accomplish the SMO load after OAS is on, processors are loaded, the
IU is on and loaded, GPS Keys are loaded (if required), and the B-52
Mission DTUC is loaded in the DTU cavity with power applied.

1. B-52 Mission DTUC in DTU Cavity With Power On - Checked

CALCM mission classified parameters are contained on the B-52 Mission DTUC and are loaded with-
in the first two minutes after SMO load is complete. It is important to ensure the proper B-52 Mis-
sion DTUC remains installed until the CALCM SMO displays the CLAPAR LOADED message.
2. CF-62, n CALCM SMO – Entered

Ensure the proper CALCM SMO for the type/block CALCMs is selected for loading.

[AMI] CALCM SMO LOADING (N)


Load SMO and designate the CALCM SMO as primary in accordance with OAS Log-On in OAS,
EVS, and RADAR TURN-ON CHECKLIST of T.O. 1B-52H-1-12.

WEAPON CHECK (RN/N)


NOTE

For proper operation, the CALCM requires GPS almanac data to be less than
two weeks old to be considered valid. Since the primary source of almanac
data for the missile is the B-52 GPS Interface Unit, which retrieves the data
from the GPS receiver’s non-volatile memory, the crew should ensure that the
GPS receiver contains the current almanac data prior to applying missile
power (28 vdc #1) to any CALCM. If the GPS almanac data age is unknown,
or the GPS IU has not been operated within the last two weeks, the crew
should accomplish steps 1 through 4.

1. GPS Power – On (if required) (N)

Apply power to the GPS and GPS IU in accordance with GPS Power Turn-on in OAS, EVS, and
RADAR TURN-ON CHECKLIST of T.O. 1B-52H-1-12.

Wait a minimum of 12.5 minutes after the receiver indicates tracking of satellites. This allows the
receiver to complete the initialization process and store current almanac data in its non-volatile
memory.

2. GPS Power – Cycle (if required) (N)

Cycle GPS IU power. This causes the IU to retrieve the almanac data from the GPS receiver.

3. GPS Crypto Keys – Load (if required) (N)

Load weekly crypto keys into the IU in accordance with GPS Initialization OAS, EVS, AND RADAR
TURN-ON CHECKLIST of T.O. 1B-52H-1-12.

4. Less [AMI] CALCM SMO (CF-62,n) – Reload (if required) (N)

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WEAPON CHECK (Cont)

4. [AMI] CALCM SMO – Reload and designate as primary (if required) (N)
a. CF-62 – Entered (if applicable)
(1) MDFY-11 – Entered
(2) SMO Number(s) – Entered
Enter desired SMO number for each location: LP (Left Pylon), Bay, and RP (Right Pylon).
The cursor indicates which location is being loaded. Use the arrow keys to move the cursor
to the desired location.
(3) Primary SMO – Select
Enter CF-62x command where x is the location (A - Left Pylon, B - Bay, C - Right Pylon)
of the SMO to be assigned as primary.

5. Simulation Mode - Entered (if applicable) (RN)


NOTE
With no MIUs on board, omit steps a. and b.
a. MIU Power Switches - ON (MIU loaded stations)
To enable the simulation mode, the following conditions must be met: (1) A B52 mission with
the OTL mission word indicating OTL or TF, must be loaded; (2) No MIUs are powered on and
(3) If an MIU was previously powered on, none of the ejectors on that MIU have an unlocked
status. If any of the above conditions is not met, the simulation mode cannot be entered and
CF-51 or CF-52 will not be accepted. SIMULATION MODES cannot be entered with weapons
on board that do not have OTL or TF mission words.
b. MIU Power Switches - Off (MIU loaded stations)
Simulation modes cannot be entered with MIU power on.
c. CF-51 or CF-52 - Entered
The system must be in STRIKE (CF 50) mode to enter simulation mode.

6. Weapon Status Check (RN)


a. FRMT-7 – Entered

• Due to overheating of the Non-Interruptible Direct Current (NDC) power sup-


ply, MIU operation on the ground without cooling air being supplied directly to
the right wing root is limited to 2 minutes.
• To reapply MIU power on the ground without cooling air being supplied to
the right wing root, a minimum cool down period (power off) of 20 minutes
is required between power applications.
b. MIU Power Switches – ON
Apply MIU power to missile loaded locations only.

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WEAPON CHECK (Cont)


c. Missile Status – C_OF (all missiles)
Status windows for each missile will be blank before MIU power is turned ON and will show
C_OF/ while MIU power is ON and will return to blank when MIU power is turned OFF. Check
for OAS/Missile related faults; transient faults are possible. FRMT-7 information should match
aircraft weapon load exactly. If not, call qualified personnel.

If a MASTER FAULT indication is present, turn MIU power off. Call


qualified personnel. DO NOT REAPPLY POWER.

NOTE
A transient reverse highlighted MIU and/or ECU MASTER FAULT
may appear on the MFD during MIU PWR application. Acknowledge
the fault by pressing the MSTR FAULT button on the WCP. If the same
fault reappears, turn MIU power off and call qualified personnel.
d. MIU & Missile Master Faults Not Present – Checked
FRMT-7 information should match aircraft weapon load exactly. If not, call qualified personnel.
e. MIU Power Switches – Off

AFTER TAKEOFF (RN)

1. MIU POWER Switches - ON

a. If missiles are to be simulated, simulation mode entry checklist shall be accomplished before
simulated MIU power can be applied.
NOTE

A transient reverse highlighted MIU and/or ECU MASTER FAULT


may appear on the MFD during MIU PWR application. Acknowledge
the fault by pressing the MSTR FAULT button on the WCP. If the same
fault reappears, refer to Malfunction Analysis in Section VII and take
appropriate action.

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CALCM INFLIGHT PROCEDURES

MISSILE POWER APPLICATION (N)

If missile power is removed for any reason, wait at least 15 seconds be-
fore reapplying power or a GPS failure could occur.

NOTE

• Missile power is inhibited until one OAS INS/INU is on.

• For improved missile INE accuracy, missiles should not be powered


until OAS INS/INU 1 or 2 have completed four fixes or have a 30 min-
ute GPS inertial alignment. Carrier aircraft INS position and drift
rates are critical and should be maintained at the lowest possible val-
ues before missile power is applied.

• Missiles may be powered individually, in groups, or all simultaneously.

• If missile power is removed 15 seconds must have elapsed before mis-


sile power can be reapplied to the powered down missiles. If missile
power is lost or was removed during caging (ON displayed on FRMT-7
missile status) 8 minutes must elapse before missile power can be
reapplied.

• The aircrew should attempt to maintain straight and level non-turning


flight for 10 minutes after missile power application or until TAL re-
quired message appears. If turns are performed during this period ex-
pect possible degraded missile performance.

• [AMI] To ensure the preferred launch sequence is properly followed,


CF-550 (Automatic Targeting) should not be enabled until all CALCMs
with power applied show R in the Mission Data window on the CALCM
Status and Inventory Display (FRMT-7).

1. [AMI] CALCM SMO – Primary (CF-62x), if not previously accomplished

2. Less [AMI] Cruise Missile Tape DTU Cavity Power – Checked Off

Power will remain off until all cruise missiles have completed coarse alignment.

3. Relay Circuit Breakers – In (N) (Bomb bay launches only)

4. [AMI] CF-55 – Entered

The AUTO TGT status is displayed on CF-55.

5. [AMI] CF-550, AUTO TGT – Check OFF

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MISSILE POWER APPLICATION (N) (Cont)

6. MIU Power (AGM-86 Loaded Locations) – Check ON


NOTE
• Warm up timer (CF-55E) will not be bypassed for initial MIU power
application.
• MIU power must be on for 40 minutes before missile power can be
applied, unless CF-55E, warmup timer override command is entered.
CF-55E will override approximately 35 minutes of the 40 minute
warmup time when extreme cold conditions are not present. Even with
CF-55E entered, missile power will not be accepted if missile INE plat-
form temperature is not within limits.
• Actual MIU power cannot be applied or removed when in simulation
mode (CF-51 or CF-52). Actuation of MIU power switch in simulation
mode will result in simulated application of MIU power.
• The MIU power off sequence requires 15 seconds to allow missiles to
power down and an additional 5 seconds for the MIU to power off be-
fore the MIU light indication goes out.

7. FRMT-7 – Entered

8. Missile Status – C_OF

9. Launcher Hydraulic Control Switch (CSRL Installed) – Check ON PRIMARY (if required) (P)

10. PDUC Power Switch (CSRL Installed) – Check ON, circuit breaker in (if required) (N)

11. GAM-72 GEAR JETTISON & AGM-69A Circuit Breaker – Checked in (P)
This circuit breaker provides the power to the AIU bomb bay door OPEN monitor circuit.

12. Desired Location(s) & Station(s) First Group of Missiles – Selected


NOTE
• If a mixed load of AGM-86C and AGM-86D missiles is being carried,
each missile type must be powered and targeted separately. Each missi-
le group must contain only one type missile; AGM-86C Blast/Frag
(Type 1 Warhead), or AGM-86D Penetrator (Type 2 Warhead).
• Coordinate with the EW Officer to ensure ALQ-155 and ALT-28 trans-
mitters are in standby or are not transmitting in the affected bands
listed in T.O. 1B-52H-30-4-1, Operating Limitations, Section V (for ex-
ternal pylon missiles only)

13. Weapon Power Switch – ON (1 second)

14. Missile Status – CnON/SAF____ Monitored


The hexadecimal number code for the warhead type FRMT-7 is displayed and the missile status changes
from OF to ON. When the missile enters coarse alignment the ON changes to CA. The targeting status
is initially blank. When the targeting status indicates R, the missile is ready for targeting.

Ensure the OAS time and date are correct. Incorrect time and date will
cause DATA faults during missile BIT and could degrade missile accuracy.

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MISSILE TARGETING (N)

To ensure GPS data initialization, a G, launch point number, or direct


target designator must be present next to the applicable missile loca-
tion on FRMT 7 prior to Manual or Direct Targeting a missile.
NOTE

• It can take up to 2 minutes to target/retarget each missile.


• In order to target cruise missile launch points correctly, the current
destination must be the first launch point desired to be targeted, or a
destination that precedes it.

LESS [AMI] TARGET/RETARGET ALL

NOTE
• Use this checklist to ensure missiles are launched in their preferred
launch sequence.
• If a mixed load of AGM-86C and AGM-86D missiles is being carried,
each missile type must be targeted separately. Each targeting group
must contain only one type missile; AGM-86C Blast/Frag (Type 1 War-
head), or AGM-86D Penetrator (Type 2 Warhead).
1. FRMT-7 – Entered

Missile targeting status must be a R or have received targeting data before the missile will accept
a mission. If missile status is OF, ON, or NG, the missile will be bypassed in the targeting sequence.

2. First Group of Missiles Ready to Receive Mission Data – R or nn Verified

Missiles ready to receive mission data not previously targeted will display a R in the targeting status
portion at the end of the missile status block. Missiles previously targeted will display nn (CALCM
launch point number) in the targeting status portion at the end of the missile status block.

3. First Missile Group Cruise Missile Mission DTUC – Check installed DTU

Even though the resident DTUC is removed, all missiles will still retain the removed DTUCs target-
ing information.

4. FLY-TO nn – Entered (N)


nn = A destination prior to the first CMLP that the aircraft is targeting. The OAS will target missiles
against the first group of CMLPs it detects after nn.

5. Cruise Missile Mission DTU Cavity Power – On

Cruise Missile Mission DTUC must be powered prior to sending missile mission data to the
missile(s).

6. CF-559 – Entered
When all functional missiles indicate ready to receive mission data, initiate targeting using the
target/retarget all command (CF-559).

7. TGT/RETGT ALL? – YES selected, if applicable

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Less [AMI] TARGET/RETARGET ALL (Cont)

8. Missile Targeting Status of First Missile Group – Verified


The first powered missile in the preferred launch sequence which is ready to receive mission data
(R displayed if not previously targeted or nn displayed if previously targeted) will change to a new
nn (where nn is the next CALCM launch point). Subsequent powered missiles in the preferred
launch sequence R (displayed if not previously targeted) will change to the next nn (where nn is the
next CALCM launch point). If previously targeted, targeting status will change to G (GPS initializa-
tion data has been loaded in the missile) then to nn (where nn is the next CALCM launch point).
Backup missiles will be displayed in the respective station status display. Only missiles at locations
with a MIU as the Stores Management Interface Unit in the loaded B-52 Mission can be targeted.

9. Cruise Missile Mission DTU Cavity Power – Off

10. First Missile Group Cruise Missile Mission DTUC – Removed from DTU
Even though the resident DTUC is removed, all powered missiles will still retain the removed
DTUCs targeting information.

NOTE

If a mixed load of AGM-86C and AGM-86D missiles is being carried ac-


complish steps 11 through 18 to power and target second group of missiles.

11. Desired Location(s) & Station(s) of Second Group of Missiles – Selected

12. Weapon Power Switch – ON (1 second)

13. Missile Status – CnON/SAF____ Monitored


The hexadecimal number code for the warhead type FRMT-7 is displayed and the missile status
changes from OF to ON. When the missile enters coarse alignment the ON changes to CA. The
targeting status is initially blank.

14. Second Missile Group of Missiles Ready to Receive Mission Data – R or nn Verified
Missiles ready to receive mission data not previously targeted will display a R in the targeting status
portion at the end of the missile status block. Missiles previously targeted will display nn (CALCM
launch point number) in the targeting status portion at the end of the missile status block.
15. Second Group Cruise Missile Mission DTUC – Check installed DTU

16. Cruise Missile Mission DTU Cavity Power – On


Cruise Missile Mission DTUC must be powered prior to sending missile mission data to the
second group of missiles.
17. Missile Targeting Status of Second Missile Group – Verified
The first powered missile in the second missile group in the preferred launch sequence which is
ready to receive mission data (R displayed if not previously targeted) will change to a new nn (where
nn is the next CALCM launch point). Subsequent powered missiles in the second missile group in
the preferred launch sequence with an R displayed will change to the next nn (where nn is the next
CALCM launch point). Only missiles at locations with a MIU as the Stores Management Interface
Unit in the loaded B-52 Mission can be targeted.
18. Cruise Missile Mission DTU Cavity Power – As Required

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[AMI] TARGET/RETARGET ALL

NOTE
• Use this checklist to ensure missiles are launched in their preferred
launch sequence.
• If a mixed load of AGM-86C and AGM-86D missiles is being carried,
each missile type must be targeted separately. Each targeting group
must contain only one type missile; AGM-86C Blast/Frag (Type 1 War-
head), or AGM-86D Penetrator (Type 2 Warhead).
1. FRMT-7 – Entered

Missile targeting status must be a R or have received targeting data before the missile will accept
a mission. If missile status is OF, ON, or NG, the missile will be bypassed in the targeting sequence.

2. First Group of Missiles Ready to Receive Mission Data – R or nn Verified

Missiles ready to receive mission data not previously targeted will display a R in the targeting status
portion at the end of the missile status block. Missiles previously targeted will display nn (CALCM
launch point number) in the targeting status portion at the end of the missile status block.

3. FLY-TO nn – Entered (N)

nn = A destination prior to the first CMLP that the aircraft is targeting. The OAS will target missiles
against the first group of CMLPs it detects after nn.

4. CALCM Weapon Group – Select (if required)


a. CF-82x – Entered
x is the location (A = Left Pylon, B = Bay, C = Right Pylon) where the CALCM SMO is loaded.
b. CF-82,n – Entered
n or nn is the desired weapon group number.

5. CF-55 – Entered
The AUTO TGT status is displayed on CF-55.

6. CF-550, AUTO TGT – ON


The CF-550 command toggles AUTO TGT to ON.

7. CF-559 – Entered
When all functional missiles indicate ready to receive mission data, initiate targeting using the
target/retarget all command (CF-559).

8. TGT/RETGT ALL? – YES selected, if applicable

9. Missile Targeting Status of First Missile Group – Verified


The first powered missile in the preferred launch sequence which is ready to receive mission data
(R displayed if not previously targeted or nn displayed if previously targeted) will change to a new
nn (where nn is the next CALCM launch point). Subsequent powered missiles in the preferred
launch sequence R (displayed if not previously targeted) will change to the next nn (where nn is the
next CALCM launch point). If previously targeted, targeting status will change to G (GPS initializa-
tion data has been loaded in the missile) then to nn (where nn is the next CALCM launch point).
Backup missiles will be displayed in the respective station status display. Only missiles at locations
with a MIU as the Stores Management Interface Unit in the loaded B-52 Mission can be targeted.

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[AMI] TARGET/RETARGET ALL (Cont)

10. CF-55 – Entered

The AUTO TGT status is displayed on CF-55.

11. CF-550, AUTO TGT – OFF


The CF-550 command toggles AUTO TGT to OFF.

NOTE

If a mixed load of AGM-86C and AGM-86D missiles is being carried ac-


complish steps 12 through 20 to power and target second group of missiles.

12. Desired Location(s) & Station(s) of Second Group of Missiles – Selected

13. Weapon Power Switch – ON (1 second)

14. Missile Status – CnON/SAF____ Monitored


The hexadecimal number code for the warhead type FRMT-7 is displayed and the missile status
changes from OF to ON. When the missile enters coarse alignment the ON changes to CA. The
targeting status is initially blank.

15. Second Missile Group of Missiles Ready to Receive Mission Data – R or nn Verified
Missiles ready to receive mission data not previously targeted will display a R in the targeting status
portion at the end of the missile status block. Missiles previously targeted will display nn (CALCM
launch point number) in the targeting status portion at the end of the missile status block.
16. CALCM Weapon Group – Select (if required)
a. CF-82x – Entered
x is the location (A = Left Pylon, B = Bay, C = Right Pylon) where the CALCM SMO is loaded.
b. CF-82,n – Entered
n or nn is the desired weapon group number.
17. CF-55 – Entered
The AUTO TGT status is displayed on CF-55.
18. CF-550, AUTO TGT – ON
The CF-550 command toggles AUTO TGT to ON.
19. Missile Targeting Status of Second Missile Group – Verified
The first powered missile in the second missile group in the preferred launch sequence which is
ready to receive mission data (R displayed if not previously targeted) will change to a new nn (where
nn is the next CALCM launch point). Subsequent powered missiles in the second missile group in
the preferred launch sequence with an R displayed will change to the next nn (where nn is the next
CALCM launch point). Only missiles at locations with a MIU as the Stores Management Interface
Unit in the loaded B-52 Mission can be targeted.
20. CF-550, AUTO TGT – As Required

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AUTO RETARGET INHIBIT/ENABLE

1. CF-55 – Entered

2. AUTO RETGT Status – Checked


Check AUTO RETGT Status on the CALCM Supervision menu (CF-55) for desired status (AUTO
RETGT = YES/NO).
3. CF-554 – Entered (If a change in status is desired)

4. AUTO RETGT Status – Checked


Check AUTO RETGT Status on the CALCM Supervision menu (CF-55) for desired status (AUTO
RETGT = YES/NO).

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Less [AMI] MISSION SUBSTITUTION (INDIVIDUAL MISSILES)

Do not enter CF-559 during or after accomplishment of the mission


substitution checklist. Entry of CF-559 can result in targeting informa-
tion being programmed into the wrong missile.

To ensure GPS data initialization, a G, launch point number, or direct


target designator must be present next to the applicable missile loca-
tion on FRMT-7 prior to Manual or Direct Targeting a missile.

NOTE

This checklist will be used when directed to change (swap) DTUCs.

1. Auto Retarget CF-554 – OFF (all powered missiles)

2. FRMT-7 – Entered

Ensure all missiles are targeted with the resident DTUCs missions. The launch point sequence num-
bers should all be underlined.

3. Resident DTUC – Removed from DTU

Even though the resident DTUC is removed, all missiles will still retain the removed DTUCs target-
ing information.

4. New DTUC – Inserted in DTU and DTU power applied

Inserting the new DTUC will not change targeting information. The OAS will, however, read the
mission identifier for the new DTUC and display it on the CF-8 display.

5. New Target Data – Inserted as directed

Use the Manual Retargeting checklist to selectively retarget those missiles directed to be retargeted.

NOTE

Repeat steps 3, 4, and 5, if additional DTUCs are required to be


swapped.

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[AMI] MISSION SUBSTITUTION (INDIVIDUAL MISSILES)

Do not enter CF-559 during or after accomplishment of the mission


substitution checklist. Entry of CF-559 can result in targeting informa-
tion being programmed into the wrong missile.

To ensure GPS data initialization, a G, launch point number, or direct


target designator must be present next to the applicable missile loca-
tion on FRMT-7 prior to Manual or Direct Targeting a missile.

NOTE

This checklist will be used when directed to change weapon groups.

1. Auto Retarget CF-554 – OFF (all powered missiles)

2. FRMT-7 – Entered

Ensure all missiles are targeted with the resident weapon group. The launch point sequence num-
bers should all be underlined.
3. CF-55 – Entered
The AUTO TGT status is displayed on CF-55.
4. CF-550, AUTO TGT – OFF
The CF-550 command toggles AUTO TGT to OFF.
5. CALCM Weapon Group – Select (if required)
a. CF-82x – Entered
x is the location (A = Left Pylon, B = Bay, C = Right Pylon) where the CALCM SMO is loaded.
b. CF-82,n – Entered
n or nn is the desired weapon group number.
6. CF-55 – Entered
The AUTO TGT status is displayed on CF-55.
7. CF-550, AUTO TGT – ON
The CF-550 command toggles AUTO TGT to ON.
8. New Target Data – Inserted as directed
Use the Manual Retargeting checklist to selectively retarget those missiles directed to be retargeted.
NOTE

Repeat steps 3 through 8, if additional weapon groups are required.

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MANUAL RETARGETING (INDIVIDUAL MISSILES)

To ensure GPS data initialization, a G, launch point number, or direct


target designator must be present next to the applicable missile loca-
tion on FRMT-7 prior to Manual or Direct Targeting a missile.
NOTE

• Verify that targeting has been commanded and is complete.


• The operator can manually retarget only a powered missile provided
the selected missile is not in a launch countdown, mission data transfer
is not in progress to the selected missile, and the loaded B-52 Mission
has a MIU as the weapon interface unit for the selected missile.
• When selectively retargeting any missile the operator should exercise
discretion so as to avoid a non-optimum launch sequence.
• Less [AMI] Always ensure the CALCM DTUC associated with the mis-
sion to be targeted is resident in the DTU.
• [AMI] Always ensure the proper weapon group is selected.

1. FRMT-7xy – Entered

Check missile power status of missile to be targeted where x = Location, y = Station.

2. LOCATION & STATION – Selected

3. CF-556,nn – Entered

This command loads the mission for CALCM launch point nn into the selected missile.

4. Target Load Status – Checked

When the target load has been verified by the OAS, the assigned CALCM launch point sequence
number (nn) in the missile status on FRMT-7 will change to nn.
NOTE
Repeat steps 1 through 4 for each additional missile required to be
manually targeted.

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FLEX TARGETING (INDIVIDUAL MISSILES)

To ensure GPS data initialization, a launch point number must be pres-


ent next to the applicable missile location on FRMT 7 prior to flex tar-
geting a missile.

NOTE

• Verify that targeting has been commanded and is complete.

• The operator can flex target only a powered missile provided the se-
lected missile is not in a launch countdown and mission data transfer
is not in progress.

• When selectively retargeting any missile the operator should exercise


discretion so as to avoid a non-optimum launch sequence.

1. FRMT-7xy – Entered

Check missile power status of missile to be targeted where x = Location, y = Station.

2. CF-557,nn – Entered

This command displays the Flex Targeting screen for CALCM launch point nn.

3. Flex Targeting Data – Entered

4. AGM-86D Fuze Data (CF-DF) - Entered, if required

5. CF-DD SEND DATA – Entered

Sends Flex Targeting Data to the CALCM.

6. PTA Reference Time – Update on FRMT 10 for affected missile(s).

7. Target Load Status – Checked

When the flex target load has been verified by the OAS, the assigned CALCM launch point sequence
number (nn) in the missile status on FRMT-7 will change to Fnn.

NOTE

• Enter a new PTA Reference Time (as directed) in the flex targeted
CMLP line(s) on FRMT 10 before launching flex targeted missile(s). Do
not change the directed PTA Reference Time on line 3 of CF-61.

• Repeat steps 1 through 7 for each additional missile required to be flex


targeted.

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DIRECT TARGETING (INDIVIDUAL MISSILES)

To ensure GPS data initialization, a G or a launch point number must


be present next to the applicable missile location on FRMT 7 prior to
flex targeting a missile.

NOTE

• Verify that targeting has been commanded and is complete.

• The operator can direct target only a powered missile provided the se-
lected missile is not in a launch countdown, mission data transfer is
not in progress, and the loaded B-52 Mission has a MIU as the weapon
interface unit for the selected missile.

• When selectively retargeting any missile the operator should exercise


discretion so as to avoid a non-optimum launch sequence.

1. FRMT-7xy – Entered

Check missile power status of missile to be targeted where x = Location, y = Station.

2. LOCATION & STATION – Selected

3. CF-558,nn – Entered

This command displays the Direct Targeting screen for direct target nn.

4. Direct Targeting Data – Entered

5. AGM-86D Fuze Data (CF-DF) - Entered, if required

6. CF-DD SEND DATA – Entered

Sends Direct Targeting Data to the CALCM.

7. Target Load Status – Checked

When the direct target load has been verified by the OAS, the assigned CALCM launch point se-
quence number (nn) in the missile status on FRMT-7 will change to Dnn.

NOTE

Repeat steps 1 through 7 for each additional missile required to be


direct targeted.

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LAUNCH PROCEDURES
MISSILE PREPARATION FOR LAUNCH

NOTE

• Perform this checklist no later than 30 minutes prior to the HEW, to


the launch point, or not later than 30 minutes prior to descent (low
altitude launch).

• The RN will monitor the MPL and ensure completion of all items.

• It is imperative that the following steps be completed in sequence.

• For proper missile timing, planned missile launch time must be entered
into CF-61, Line 3. PTA reference time on CF-61 only needs to be up-
dated for the first missile in a launch stream.

1. Cabin Pressurization – COMBAT (if applicable) (CP)

2. Personal Locator Beacon Lanyards – Notify crew to set as required (RN/N)

Mission requirements will dictate the configuration of the personal locator beacon lanyard.

3. Exterior Lights – As briefed (P)

4. Walkway Lights Circuit Breakers – Out (RN)

5. Normal Release, Jettison Power, and Relay Circuit Breakers – In (RN)

6. FRMT-7 – Entered (N)

7. Missile Power – Check ON (N)

8. Missile Status – Checked Cnaa/SAF_nn

aa Status may be GO, TA, AL, or CA.

9. Location & Station (Missiles To Be Launched) – Selected (N)


NOTE

• All missiles can be declared “Ready to Launch” (RDY) simultaneously


by selecting the LP, RP, and BAY location switches and the ALL station
switch.

• Repeat steps 9 thru 11 if missiles are to be declared “Ready to Launch”


(RDY) individually or in groups.

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MISSILE PREPARATION FOR LAUNCH (Cont)

10. PREARM-SAFE Switch – PREARM (1 second) (N)

11. Missile Status – Checked Cnaa/RDY (N)

aa status may be GO, TA, AL, or CA/RDY.

12. Missile Targeting/Retargeting Checklist – Accomplished (N) (As required)

13. PTA REF Time (CF-61) – Set (N) (As required)

PTA reference time is not required for direct targeting.

14. Master Fault Lights – Off (N)

15. Munitions Consent Panel LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (P)

16. NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (N)

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MISSILE LAUNCH (N)

• The aircraft must maintain straight and level flight for a period of 5
seconds before to 5 seconds after missile launch. This is to prevent the
possibility of aircraft and missile collision.

• The mission plan for flight of aircraft after AGM-86C/D missile launch
must be followed to ensure safe separation distance of aircraft from
missile when the missile becomes armed.

• Changing the launch mode, while the missile is in launch countdown,


will place the weapon in a hold and may result in a weapon abort. At
2 seconds before release the CALCM battery is squibbed and any abort
past this point is fatal to the missile (cannot be used again on the same
flight). During any launch countdown, if either the launch mode or
manual launch switch is pressed, a hold occurs:

• Before the battery squib command, a 45 second hold is entered. If the


manual launch switch is pressed before the 45 seconds expires, the
launch countdown will continue. If the manual launch switch is not
pressed before the 45 seconds expires, the launch countdown aborts
and the weapon is powered off with a transient fatal fault (weapon can
be used on the same flight).

• After the battery squib command, a 10 second hold is entered. If the


manual launch switch is pressed before the 10 seconds expires, the
launch countdown continues. If the manual launch switch is not
pressed before the 10 seconds expires, the launch countdown aborts
and the weapon is powered off with a permanent fatal fault (weapon
cannot be used on the same flight).

NOTE

• To achieve system alignment accuracy, complete a transfer alignment


maneuver within 2 to 30 minutes of launch.

• If a targeted missile is powered down due to a fault while in SAIR, the


SMO will assign the secondary or tertiary weapon (if available) with
the mission of the powered down missile. The secondary and tertiary
weapons are the next weapons in the preferred launch sequence avail-
able for targeting. This will occur only if automatic retargeting has
been enabled, check Auto Retarget status on CF-55 (YES = Enabled,
NO = Inhibited).

• Missile launch from the aft inboard pylon stations is inhibited if bomb
doors are not closed and latched.

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MISSILE LAUNCH (Cont)

1. Transfer Alignment Maneuver – Accomplished, if required (N-P) (figure 2-1)

2. HAC/LAC – Accomplished (RN)

B-52 Operators must be aware that the Inertial/GPS aided munitions


use the transfer alignment data (latitude, longitude, altitude, etc.) of
the aircraft prime navigation model. Buffers are not incorporated/
transferred to the Inertial/GPS aided munitions. This navigation trans-
fer applies to a prime navigation model with, or without, GPS aiding.
Failure to recognize this condition may result in weapons impacting
other than the intended target or failing to release due to LAR consid-
erations. Refer to MAJCOM or Theater specific guidance for degraded
weapon release ROE.

NOTE

HAC/LAC must be accomplished within 30 minutes to one hour prior to


AGM-86C/D missile launch if the OAS is not in GPS inertial navigation
mode.

3. Missile Launch Mode Switch – AUTO/MAN, as required (N)

4. PTA REF (CF-61) or PTA on FRMT 10 for each CMLP – Verified (N/A for Direct Tgt) (N-RN)
PTA reference time is not required for direct targeting.

NOTE

FRMT 10 planned time of arrival times will change if PTA REF (CF-61)
is subsequently modified.

5. PRGM – Entered (N)


The program current event should be displayed to allow monitoring of all missile conditions.

NOTE

• SAIR information will be displayed anytime the current or next des-


tination is a CALCM launch point or while in Direct Launch mode.
• With AUTO selected, missile launch will be initiated automatically
when the aircraft passes the closest point of approach to the launch
point provided the launch point is determined to be in range and safe
launch checks are satisfied.
• Procedurally, manual launch requires display of the in-range launch
point (PRGM display) so that the operator may monitor a steady SAIR
indication, and actuate the manual launch switch.

6. FLY TO nn – Entered (N) (Not applicable for Direct SAIR Launch)


nn = CALCM launch point number.
Dnn is displayed as the current weapon event for direct SAIR launch.
The SAIR mode/status indicates SAIR.
The time to go to SAIR is displayed in minutes and seconds.
AUTO RETGT status as required is displayed.

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MISSILE LAUNCH (Cont)

7. MANUAL SAIR, If Required:

a. CF-553 – Entered

b. MANUAL SAIR? YES/NO – YES (N)


The manual SAIR question must be answered within 60 seconds or the system will assume NO.
If answered YES, a manual SAIR timer begins running for 3 minutes. If no launch occurs, the
OAS will automatically exit the manual SAIR mode when the timer expires.
The SAIR mode/status changes from SAIR to MAN SAIR.
The Time To Go to SAIR changes to blank.
Manual SAIR range is displayed as SAIR RNG xxx (xxx= range to enter SAIR).
The range to exit SAIR xxx is displayed
The launch mode/launch countdown status displays MAN LNCH MODE.
AUTO RETGT status as required is displayed.
Magnetic course to the first CALCM waypoint is displayed as MCxxx°.

7. DIRECT SAIR, If Required:

PRGM-Dnn – Entered
The Direct Targeting status displays Dnn
The SAIR mode/status changes from SAIR to DIR SAIR.
The Time To Go to SAIR changes to blank.
Direct SAIR range is displayed as SAIR RNG xxx (xxx = range to enter SAIR).
The range to exit SAIR xxx is displayed
The launch mode/launch countdown status displays MAN LNCH MODE.
Pretarget steering waypoint data is displayed as BRG xnn5
AUTO RETGT status as required is displayed.
Magnetic course to the first steering waypoint is displays as MCxxx5

8. Carrier Aircraft Position & Heading – Checked (N-RN)


Carrier aircraft must be within SAIR footprint on the chart provided and aircraft heading must be within
±30 degrees of the programmed launch heading to ensure the missile reaches its first waypoint.

9. Automatic Launch (Automatic Launch Point Ranging SAIR Only):

a. SAIR Indication – SAIR

As the aircraft enters SAIR, the SAIR changes to SAIR and the time to go decreases to zero
and then becomes blank. A blinking reverse video SAIR indicates the launch is inhibited
because aircraft Mach number/altitude, or attitude is out of limits for missile launch. The
action to correct the out-of-limits condition will also be displayed in reverse video.

b. Launch Countdown – Monitored

Maintain straight and level flight. If the missile enters a launch countdown hold and the
condition causing the hold is not corrected, the launch countdown hold timer (45-second) or
TA launch countdown hold timer (approximately 5.6 to 13 seconds) will expire. If the 45-sec-
ond launch countdown hold timer has expired, the launch countdown will be terminated. If
the TA launch countdown hold timer has expired, due to limited missile battery life (approxi-
mately 5.6 to 13 seconds), the launch countdown will be terminated and the missile will be
declared NO-GO and powered down.

c. Missile AWAY Indication – Notify crew

d. Bomb Doors (Launcher Missiles Only) – Closed

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MISSILE LAUNCH (Cont)

9. Manual Launch:

a. Auto SAIR Indication – Steady (N)

As the aircraft enters SAIR, the SAIR changes to SAIR and the time to go decreases to zero
and then becomes blank. A blinking reversed video SAIR indicates the launch is inhibited be-
cause aircraft Mach number/altitude, or attitude is out of limits for missile launch. The action
to correct the out-of- limits condition will also be displayed in reverse video.

a. MAN SAIR Indication – Steady (N)

As the aircraft enters SAIR, the MAN SAIR changes to MAN SAIR and the SAIR RNG changes
to SAIR RNG. A blinking reversed video MAN SAIR indicates the launch is inhibited because
aircraft Mach number/altitude, or attitude is out of limits for missile launch. The action to correct
the out-of- limits condition will also be displayed in reverse video.

a. DIR SAIR Indication – Steady (N)

As the aircraft enters SAIR, the DIR SAIR changes to DIR SAIR and the SAIR RNG changes
to SAIR RNG. A blinking reversed video DIR SAIR indicates the launch is inhibited because
aircraft Mach number/altitude, or attitude is out of limits for missile launch. The action to correct
the out-of- limits condition will also be displayed in reverse video.

NOTE

If ∆BRG is in reverse video and a missile left turn is required at SWP


(∆BRG = Lnnn°), fly the aircraft on a mag course to SWP plus 30° . If
∆BRG is in reverse video and a missile right turn is required at SWP
(∆BRG = Rnnn°), fly the aircraft on a mag course to SWP minus 30°.

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MISSILE LAUNCH (Cont)

9.a.

b. Location & Station (Bay, x) (Manual Launch CSRL Missiles Only) – Selected (N)

Accomplish when approaching SAIR (approximately 60 to 50 seconds SAIR TTG for Automatic
Launch Point Ranging SAIR, or 30 to 25 NM for MAN SAIR or DIR SAIR).

c. CSRL LCHR ROTATE Switch – Pressed, light on (N)

Ensure selected missile station rotates to the down (launch) position.

d. Missile Manual Launch Switch (When in SAIR) – Pressed, light on (N)

e. Launch Countdown – Monitored (N)

Maintain straight and level flight. If the missile enters a launch countdown hold and the condi-
tion causing the hold is not corrected, the launch countdown hold timer (45-second) or TA launch
countdown hold timer (approximately 5.6 to 13 seconds) will expire. If the 45-second launch
countdown hold timer has expired, the launch countdown will be terminated. If the TA launch
countdown hold timer has expired, due to limited missile battery life (approximately 5.6 to 13
seconds), the launch countdown will be terminated and the missile will be declared NO-GO and
powered down.

f. Missile AWAY Indication – Notify crew (N)

g. Bomb Doors (Launcher Missiles Only) – Closed (N)

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NOTE
• Heading changes shown are nominal values.
• Time on each leg starts at rollout.
• The minimum TAL maneuver consists of one turn that meets the time requirements
shown below.
• One complete TAL consists of three heading changes.
• Two TALs, each on opposite sides of track, result in smaller navigation errors.

NOTE
• Perform coordinated turn within limits shown to accomplish missile fine alignment
transfer.
• Maneuvers of less than 6 seconds duration will not be recognized by the computer.
• A minimum of 1 minute of straight and level flight is required after the TAL prior
to starting any reverse direction maneuver in order not to nullify any effects of the
first TAL.

Figure 2-1. Guidance Transfer Alignment Maneuver

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LAUNCH ABORT/MISSION ABORT/RETAINED MISSILE(S)

NOTE

• Accomplish this checklist on mixed load mission when changing be-


tween weapon types ([AMI] non Multi-SMO capable weapon types).
However, if mission requirements dictate, the classified data erase may
be delayed to follow the sortie’s last weapon/bomb release.

• On mixed load missions when changing between CALCM-C and


CALCM-D weapons, only steps 1. through 5. and 12. are required. The
remaining steps may be delayed to follow the sortie’s last CALCM
launch.

• The Master Fault light will come on and remain on, and the corre-
sponding fault message will be displayed on the MFD any time there
is a disagreement between the pilot and navigator unlock switches.

1. NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK (N)

2. Missile Launch Mode Switch – MAN (N)

3. Missile Manual Launch Switch – Light off (N)

4. For further launch attempts – Go to MISSILE PREPARATION FOR LAUNCH CHECKLIST


step 15.
NOTE

Accomplish the remaining steps for mission abort only if no further


launches are to be attempted and weapons are retained aboard the air-
craft.

5. FRMT-7 – Entered (N)


NOTE
• RDY missiles must always be manually safed.
• All missiles can be safed, or erased, or powered down simultaneously
by selecting the ALL station switch.
• Repeat steps 6 thru 11 if missiles are safed, erased, and/or powered
down individually or in groups.

6. Location & Station Of Missile(s) To Be Safed – Selected (N)

7. PREARM-SAFE Switch – SAFE (1 second) (N)

Missile ready to launch status should change from RDY to SAF.

8. Location & Station Of Missile(s) To Be Erased – Selected (if required) (N)


NOTE

If either type of classified data erase is accomplished the missiles will


be powered down by the SMO at the end the erase process. Therefore
powering down (steps 10 and 11) is not required for those missiles.

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9. Classified Data Erase (CF-555) or Weapon Data Erase (CF-55F) – Entered (if required) (N)

When Classified Data Erase CF-555 is commanded OAS will initiate erasure of the mission data by
overwriting all mission data 1000 times. After 180 seconds (3 minutes) erasure is complete and
missile power will be removed. The missile OFS is not affected by this procedure and the missile
will remain SECRET.

When Weapon Erase CF-55F is commanded OAS will initiate erasure of the mission data by over-
writing all mission data 1000 times followed by erasure of the missile OFS. After 240 seconds (4
minutes) erasure will be complete and missile power will be removed. The missile OFS is erased and
the missile is UNCLASSIFIED.

NOTE

• Use of CF-55F and CF-555 is unrestricted after authorization from


higher headquarters.

• CF-55F will erase all data from the missile, including the missile Op-
erational Flight Software (OFS). The missile must be removed from the
aircraft in order for the software to be reloaded. CF-55F will erase mis-
sile data from any selected powered missile, including when the air-
craft is on the ground.

10. Location & Station Of Missile(s) To Be Powered Off – Selected, if required (N)

11. Weapon Power Switch – OFF (1 second) (N)

Missile status should indicate CnOF/SAF___.

12. Munitions Consent Panel LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK (N-P)

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PRELANDING PROCEDURES
NOTE

MIU and missile power must be removed inflight due to the lack of ram
air for the MCS.

BEFORE DESCENT

1. Launcher – Positioned (if required) (N)

If a no-go missile is aboard, position that missile to the launch position to facilitate removal by
ground crew.

2. Launcher Hydraulic Control Switch – OFF (P)

3. MIU Power Switches – Off (N)

4. Missile Safety Check:

NOTE

Missile aboard, complete the following safety check.

a. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK, guard closed (P)

b. Weapon Control Panel: (N)

(1) NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK, guard closed

(2) PYLON LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK, guard closed

(3) Weapon Jettison Switch – NORM, guard closed

AFTER LANDING PROCEDURES


AFTER PARKING

1. PDUC Power Switch – OFF (N)

2. Missiles Aboard & Qualified Personnel Not Available – Accomplish GROUND SAFEING
PROCEDURES checklist (N/RN)

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GROUND SAFEING PROCEDURES (PYLON MISSILES) (RN/N)

Missile release system safeing procedures must be accomplished by the navigator and radar navigator if qu-
alified maintenance personnel are not available. Safe the missile systems by performing the following proce-
dures:
1. Weapon Control Panel:
a. NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK, guard closed
b. PYLON LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK, guard closed
2. Pitot-Static Probe Covers – Installed
3. Temperature Sensor Covers – Installed

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GROUND SAFEING PROCEDURES (BAY MISSILES) (RN/N)

Missile release system safeing procedures must be accomplished by the navigator and radar navigator if qu-
alified maintenance personnel are not available. Safe the missile systems by performing the following proce-
dures:

1. Weapon Control Panel NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK, guard closed

2. MIU-BAY Power Switch – OFF

3. OAS Master Power Switch – OFF

4. Rotary Launcher Hydraulic Control Switch – OFF (P)

NOTE

Electrical and hydraulic power must be available to accomplish these


procedures.

5. Bomb Bay Doors – OPEN

6. FWD EMER VALVE, FWD MAIN VALVE, AFT MAIN VALVE & RELAYS Circuit Breakers (Rt Fwd
BNS Circuit Breaker Panel) – Pulled

The bomb bay door actuator struts must be disconnected before enter-
ing the bomb bay if power is applied to the aircraft.

7. Bomb Bay Door Actuator Struts – Disconnected

Launcher ground operation safety switch pin must be installed through


the switch from the top side down to prevent inadvertent removal of
the pin.

8. Launcher Ground Operation Safety Switch Pin – Installed

9. Bomb Bay Doors – CLOSED

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GROUND SIT/MIT PROCEDURES

1. BEFORE EXTERIOR (POWER OFF) & EXTERIOR INSPECTION Checklists - Completed

2. INTERIOR INSPECTION Checklist - Completed

3. External Power & Cooling Air - Available

NOTE

• Qualified maintenance personnel must be available when this proce-


dure is used to ensure proper electrical and cooling air requirements
are met.

• When missile power is applied for ground tests, a wing root fan is re-
quired. If ambient temperature is above 90° F, use a cooling cart to
supply ram air to the NDC power supplies and air inlet receptacle.

• If ambient temperature is below 90° F, ram air scoop fan assembly may
be used in lieu of a cooling cart.

• If a cooling cart is used when ambient temperature is below 90° F,


apply discharge air at full delivery airflow. Compressor should not be
used unless it is necessary to prevent discharge air exceeding 100° F.

4. AFTER ENGINE START Checklist - Completed

• Do not close the bomb bay doors when a wing root fan is installed. The
power cord is routed into the bomb bay and will be damaged if the
doors are closed.

• When performing missile maintenance test (SIT/MIT) or operational


targeting checks, the OAS must contain an accurate date and time on
CF 61.

5. Aircraft INSs - On
or
CF 552 - Entered (as directed by mission requirements)

6. MISSILE POWER APPLICATION & MISSILE TARGETING Checklists - Accomplished

NOTE

Weapon power must be applied to each location separately. If weapon


power is applied to all locations simultaneously, the OAS may shut-
down.

7. Normal Missile and OAS Shutdown Procedures - Accomplish after missile targeting is complete.

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Emergency Aircrew Procedures section III

table of contents page

MISSILE JETTISON 3-1

MISSILE JETTISON PROCEDURES 3-1

PYLON JETTISON 3-3

PYLON JETTISON PROCEDURES 3-3

NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES – DANGEROUS MATERIALS 3-7

FIREFIGHTING AND EVACUATION CRITERIA 3-9

MISSILE JETTISON
MISSILE JETTISON PROCEDURES (RN/N READS)

• Jettison of AGM-86 missiles, or pylon with missiles installed, is prohib-


ited below 3500 feet above surface unless flight safety of the aircraft
is in jeopardy.

• The CALCM SMO has no interlocks preventing jettison on the ground.


With unlock consent, and power applied to the OAS and the MIU, ac-
tuation of jettison switches while on the ground will result in weapon
jettison.

NOTE

• Jettison of missiles from the aft inboard pylon stations is inhibited if


bomb doors are not closed and latched.

• With total WCP failure prior to accomplishing hardwired functions,


missile jettison or pylon jettison is not possible.

• Jettison is independent of missile electrical or hydraulic subsystems


and can occur at any aircraft altitude, speed, or attitude, but must have
both OAS and MIU power on.

• See figure 3-1 for launch/jettison release sequence, figure 3-2 for pylon
missile jettison restrictions, and refer to T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9-1 Section
III for jettison airspeed envelope limits.

• The navigator will record the coordinates, time and descriptive location
of jettisoned weapons for later use by appropriate authorities.

Change 4 3-1
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

MISSILE JETTISON PROCEDURES (RN/N READS) (Cont)

1. Command Post – Contacted (if practical) (P)

2. Impact Area – Cleared (if practical) (P-CP-RN)

Clear both visually and by radar to maximum extent possible.

3. OAS Master Power – ON (N)

4. Processors – Loaded (N)


NOTE

OAS and CALCM SMO loaded ([AMI] as the primary SMO) and operating is re-
quired to enable jettison.
5. [AMI] CALCM SMO – Loaded and designated as Primary SMO (N)

6. MIU Power Switches – ON (location of missile(s) to be jettisoned) (N)

7. Jettison Control & Jettison Power Circuit Breakers (2) – In (N)

8. Normal Release Circuit Breaker – In (N)

9. Launcher Hydraulic Control Switch (Bay Missiles) – ON PRIMARY (P)

10. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (P)

11. NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (N)

NOTE

• If “BAY ALL” is selected, missiles will be jettisoned in order 1 thru 8


if missile 1, 2, 3, or 4 was in release position at the time of jettison.
If 5, 6, 7, or 8 was in release position, the missiles will be jettisoned
in reverse order 8 thru 1.
• If the launcher fails to rotate to place the command missile in jettison
position, manually command the launcher to rotate to the proper jetti-
son position. If it still will not rotate, ejector unlock consent must be
removed within 60 seconds of the jettison command to prevent OAS
from powering down all other launcher missiles.

12. Location & Station (Missiles To Be Jettisoned) – Selected (N)

13. WCP Weapon Jettison Select Switch – Select (1 second) (N)

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

MISSILE JETTISON PROCEDURES (RN/N READS) (Cont)


NOTE
Accomplish step 14 only if the pilot jettison control switch is used to
jettison missiles.

14. Pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison Control Switch – Pressed (P)

• Selectively jettisoning pylon missiles using the Pilots’ Bomb Bay & Mis-
sile Jettison Control switch, while attempting to retain internal CSRL
weapons by pulling Bomb Door Control Valve circuit breakers is not
authorized. If jettison is attempted in this fashion, the jettison com-
mand will remain in the OAS even until all statused weapons have
been jettisoned. Resetting the Bomb Door Control Valve circuit break-
ers will cause the bomb bay doors to open, which will complete the
jettison sequence causing all internal CSRL weapons to be jettisoned.
Once selective jettison is commanded using the pilots’ switch, the only
way to clear the resident jettison command from the OAS without jetti-
soning the weapons is by shuting down OAS (CF-67).
• The Pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile jettison control switch jettisons all
weapons Less [AMI] loaded on the aircraft, [AMI] controlled by the
primary SMO, and will only be used if jettison by the WCP and CF-E
is impossible. If jettison is commanded using the pilots’ switch, Less
[AMI] all weapons will be jettisoned, [AMI] all weapons controlled by
the primary SMO will be jettisoned, and proper separation clearance
between weapons or between weapons and aircraft cannot be ensured.

PYLON JETTISON
Pylons can be jettisoned, with or without missiles, by use of pylon jettison control switches on the pilot over-
head panel. These switches marked LH and RH can be used individually or simultaneously to jettison the
pylons after the pylon ready lights come on.

Jettison of pylons with missiles loaded is prohibited below 3500 feet


above surface unless the flight safety of the aircraft is in jeopardy.
NOTE

With total WCP Failure prior to accomplishing hardwired functions,


pylon jettison is impossible.

PYLON JETTISON PROCEDURES (RN/N READS)

1. Command Post – Contacted (if practical) (P)

2. LEFT/RIGHT PYLON JETTISON CONTR Circuit Breakers – In (P)

3. Impact Area – Cleared (if practical) (P-CP-RN)


Clear both visually and by radar to maximum extent possible.
4. OAS Master Power – ON (N)
5. Processors – Loaded (N)

Change 10 3-3
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PYLON JETTISON PROCEDURES (RN/N READS) (Cont)

6. MIU Power – ON (N)

NOTE

• Even though pylon(s) indicate unlocked (barber pole) and READY, py-
lon jettison will not occur unless EED power is available from the NDC
power supply. At least one MIU must be powered in order for the NDC
power supply to supply EED power.

• Steps 7 thru 10 must be accomplished if RDY or powered missiles are


on pylons to be jettisoned.

7. Location & Station – Selected (LP, RP as required and ALL) (N)

8. PREARM-SAFE Switch – SAFE (1 second) (N)

9. Location & Station – Selected (LP, RP as required and ALL) (N)

10. Weapon Power Switch – OFF (1 second) (N)

11. Release Circuits Disconnect – Connected, light on (RN)

12. WCP PYLON LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (N)

13. Pylon Jettison Consent Panel LEFT/RIGHT Switch(es) – Switch actuated, barber pole
indications (P)

NOTE

Two to 10 seconds after the pylon jettison consent switch is actuated,


the READY light on the pylon jettison control panel will come on.

14. Pylon Jettison Control Panel READY Light(s) – On (P)

15. Pylon Jettison Control Switch(es) – Press (P)

When pylon(s) separate, the respective READY light will go out.

16. LEFT/RIGHT PYLON JETTISON CONTR Circuit Breaker for Jettisoned Pylon – Out (P)

Do not reposition the pylon jettison consent switch(es) after the pylons
have been jettisoned, as damage to the pylon lock/unlock actuator could
occur.

17. Release Circuits – Disconnected (RN)

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

LEFT PYLON RIGHT PYLON

CENTER CENTER

PREFERRED LAUNCH SEQUENCE


OUTBOARD INBOARD INBOARD OUTBOARD
AND JETTISON SEQUENCE

PYLON STATION NUMBER/OAS STA-


TION NUMBER. USED WHEN SE-
LECTING SPECIFIC MISSILES VIA
3 5 1 THE WCP OR OAS DISPLAYS (SEE 2 6 4
FIGURES 1-5 AND 1-12).

1 2 3 NOTE 1 2 3
SINGLE PYLON PREFERRED
LAUNCH SEQUENCE AND JET-
TISON SEQUENCE WILL BE:
FORWARD INBOARD, OUT-
BOARD AND THEN CENTER,
FOLLOWED BY: AFT CENTER,
OUTBOARD AND THEN IN-
BOARD.

5
4 6

9 7 11 12 8 10
3 7

2 8
4 5 6 1 4 5 6

CSRL LAUNCH/JETTISON
SEQUENCE
AFT VIEW
LOOKING FORWARD

CENTER CENTER

OUTBOARD INBOARD INBOARD OUTBOARD


A37739

NOTE
• THE AUTOMATIC LAUNCH OR JETTISON SEQUENCE IS OAS CONTROLLED
FOR MAINTAINING OPTIMUM CG LOCATION, SAFETY, AND EXTERNAL MIS-
SILE DRAG INDEX. THE SEQUENCE IS ALTERNATED BETWEEN LEFT AND
RIGHT PYLONS AS SHOWN.
• DURING COMPUTER JETTISON OF ALL MISSILES, PYLON MISSILES WILL BE
EJECTED AT 1/2 SECOND INTERVALS, EXCEPT THE AFT INBOARD POSI-
TIONS WILL BE EJECTED AT 1-1/2 SECOND INTERVALS TO ALLOW GREAT-
ER CLEARANCE TO PREVENT COLLISION WITH THE OTHER AFT INBOARD
MISSILE.

Figure 3-1. Pylon Missile Preferred Launch/Jettison Release Sequence

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DATE: AUGUST 1981 CONDITIONS: TWO AGM-86C


DATA BASIS: ESTIMATED PYLONS LOADED WITH AGM-86C
MISSILES AS SHOWN.
INDICATED PRESSURE ALTITUCE − 1000FT.
50

40

30

20

10

0
200 220 240 260 280 300 320

INDICATED AIRSPEED KNOTS


INDICATED PRESSURE ALTITUDE 1000 FT.

50

40

30

20

10

0
0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9
INDICATED MACH NUMBER
A37740

Figure 3-2. B-52H/CALCM Loaded Pylon Jettison Restrictions

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES – AIRCRAFT COMMANDER’S RESPONSIBILITIES


DANGEROUS MATERIALS
The aircraft commander must ensure that crew
Procedures for alerting the fire department and members thoroughly understand the operational
other base support elements for aircraft carrying mission requirements and procedures governing the
dangerous materials are as follows: dangerous materials to be airlifted. The aircrew
will comply with applicable backup and emergency
DEFINITION OF TERMS inflight notification procedures, plan flight routes to
avoid overflight of heavily populated or otherwise
Definitions of some of the terms used in communi- critical areas, and refuse to accept any ATC clear-
cations are as follows: ance that, in the aircraft commander’s judgment,
would interfere with operational necessity or flight
• Dangerous Materials: Any material that is safety. For each flight ‘‘Dangerous Cargo,’’ ‘‘Inert
Devices,’’ or both (as appropriate) will be entered in
flammable, corrosive, an oxidizing agent, explosive,
toxic, radioactive, nuclear, unduly magnetic, or bio- the ‘‘Remarks’’ section of the DD Form 175 or ‘‘Oth-
logically infective or any other material that (be- er Information’’ section of the DD Form 1801 (ICAO
cause of its quantity, properties, or packaging) may Flight Plan) unless prohibited by regulations gov-
endanger human life or property. erning the area of operation.

• Firefighting Time: A period that begins when BACKUP NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES


the material becomes enveloped in flames and ter-
minates when the material can be expected to deto- If the ETE is less than 1 hour or if other known cir-
nate, deflagrate, or begin burning. cumstances will preclude timely receipt of informa-
tion, the aircraft commander will contact the base
• Withdrawal Distance: The minimum permissi- of intended landing by priority telephone and pro-
vide tactical call sign, ETA, DOT class of dangerous
ble distance, between firefighters, rescue, and/or
material aboard, DOD quantity-distance class
nonessential personnel and the site of the accident
(when applicable), NEW (total weight in pounds of
(fire/detonation), without protective barricades.
all DOT Class A and Class B explosives on board),
• Department of Transportation (DOT) Classifica- withdrawal distance and firefighting time (if as-
signed), request for special handling (if required),
tions: Classifications established by DOT for handl- inert devices (when applicable) and line numbers
ing dangerous materials in transit. They define and quantities (if applicable).
classes of dangerous materials.

• Inert Devices: Devices containing no dangerous


INFLIGHT NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES
material but closely resembling nuclear or explosive At least 30 minutes (or as soon thereafter as practi-
items that are classified as dangerous. cal) before the ETA, the aircraft commander will
contact the base operations dispatcher, control tow-
• Net Explosive Weight (NEW): The actual (or er, approach control, or other agency specified in
high explosive equivalent) weight of explosive sub- the applicable FLIP announcing that they have
stances contained within a munition/weapon to be dangerous material and to verify receipt of arrival
used when applying quantity – distance criteria or notification If advance notice has not been received,
other standards. request that the information stated in backup noti-
fication procedures, be relayed to the military base
operations or civil airport manager to pass to appro-
priate base support elements (Example: ‘‘Bird 51,
ETA – 1200Z, DOT Class A explosives, DOD class
7, ‘‘NEW’’ four zero pounds, four zero zero zero feet,
3 minutes, request isolated parking, four each M-
XXX bombs in bomb bay. Please relay immediately
to fire department and other base support ele-
ments.’’)

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INFLIGHT EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES miles east of intended landing base – Next AFB,
(WORLD WIDE) No. 1 and 2 engines shut down, six personnel for-
ward compartment, inert cargo in bomb bay of air-
Under inflight emergency conditions or for un- craft; no hazard; 10,000 gallons fuel remaining; ap-
scheduled landings, the aircraft commander will in- ply emergency procedures accordingly.’’)
form the appropriate Air Traffic Control Facility of
the nature of the emergency, intentions, and, as CONUS Civil Airports
practicable, the information as stated in backup no-
tification procedures. (Example: ‘‘Bird 51, 60 miles When aircraft must land at a CONUS civil airport
east of intended landing base – Nest AFB, No. 1 which has no control tower, information in inflight
and 2 engines out; six personnel, forward section of emergency notification procedures (world wide), as
aircraft; have dangerous cargo in bomb bay of air- applicable, will be furnished to the nearest FAA
craft, four zero pounds of DOT class A explosives; if Flight Service Station.
explosives become enveloped in flames, detonation
may be expected after 3 minutes; withdrawal dis- Aircraft Ditching/Abandonment
tance is 4000 feet; 10,000 gallons of fuel remaining,
apply emergency procedures accordingly.’’) If the aircraft must be ditched or abandoned, the
navigator should record the coordinates and de-
Inert Devices scriptive location of abandoned cargo for later use
by appropriate authorities.
If inert devices are carried, the radio call will be
similar to inflight emergency notification proce- Safe Jettison
dures (world wide), identifying the devices as inert,
that they present no hazard, and including the Jettison procedures and restrictions are in the front
amount of fuel remaining. (Example: ‘‘Bird 51, 60 of this section.

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FIREFIGHTING AND EVACUATION ble to know immediately the specific missile, bomb,
CRITERIA or CBU model number. Such information is abso-
lutely essential for specific firefighting and with-
These emergency procedures consist of actions to drawal times. Therefore, these times are presented
take if munitions are involved in a fire. The aircrew for family groups only; i.e., bombs, CBU’s, missile,
should be thoroughly familiar with these instruc- etc.
tions. • Bombs: See T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-1
Aircraft fires involving conventional munitions can- • CBUs: See T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-1
not be definitized to any one set of circumstances • Missiles: Missiles normally react in a propul-
and environmental conditions. This precludes de- sion, detonation, or both between +45 seconds and
velopment of reliable standardized test criteria and 2 minutes. A propulsion hazard (missile flight) ex-
reliable specific item firefighting and withdrawal ists within 45 seconds and a major hazard to envi-
times. The conclusion to be reached from available ronment and firefighting capability exists after 1
data is that a munitions reaction to fire is a func- minute. Approach the fire, if necessary, from the
tion of case thickness and type of explosive filler side of the aircraft.
which can be varied by environmental conditions.
The firefighting guidance provided in AFI 91-201
Since the circumstances of a fire cannot be pre-
will be utilized in all instances. There is no specific
dicted, specific item by item firefighting and with-
withdrawal time assigned to items which do not
drawal times cannot be determined with any degree
align into one of the family groups mentioned
of reliability.
above.
Normally, aircraft fire involving munitions occurs
under a set of circumstances wherein it is impossi-

WITHDRAWAL DISTANCE (FT) FIRE


NOMENCLATURE WITHDRAWAL TIME NONESSENTIAL PERSONNEL SYMBOL

AGM-86C 2 - 4 MINUTES 4000’ 1

AGM-86D TBD MINUTES TBD’ 1

Figure 3-3. Fire Fighting and Evacuation Criteria

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Supplementary Data section IV

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OPERATIONAL TEST LAUNCH SYSTEM 4-1


PLUS COUNT MODE 4-3

OPERATIONAL TEST LAUNCH SYSTEM used for tracking purposes, and a telemetry subsys-
tem transmits data on missile system performance
OTL FUNCTIONS for correlation with ground tracking data. The
flight termination system (FTS) has both a com-
The operational test launch (OTL) system is used to manded and a fail-safe flight termination mode.
evaluate the performance of the B52/CALCM sys- Loss of a fail-safe tone for 60 seconds automatically
tem, and provide actual launch training for aircrew provides a termination mode. For flight termination
personnel. No special equipment is installed on the a drogue chute is deployed and a squib operated
aircraft to provide for control and monitoring dur- fuel shutoff valve is activated.
ing captive flight. Special equipment is installed on
the OTL missile to provide for control and monitor- REMOTE COMMAND CONTROL SYSTEM
ing during flight, and control, monitoring, and
emergency termination after launch. The missile A Remote Command Control (RCC) system can con-
receives test range verification of telemetry while trol an OTL configured AGM-86C missile. This is
on carrier power prior to launch. Launch of an OTL essential when flying outside a test range to pro-
missile is accomplished using the normal launch se- vide a flight termination and collision avoidance ca-
quence. Operational test launch data is displayed pability. Missile flightpath can be offset left, right,
on the selected MFD by the CALCM SMO. up, or down by command and then restored to origi-
nal flightpath or manually flown to the desired area
MISSILE OTL EQUIPMENT for flight termination. A fail-safe tone is also pro-
vided continuously and its absence for 60 seconds
The AGM-86C missile OTL equipment consists of a will automatically terminate missile flight.
modified nontactical instrumentation kit (MNTIK).
The kit is installed in the missile payload bay, and NOTE
other components are installed on the missile. The
MNTIK instrumentation package provides instru- Once the RCC system is used in the manual
mentation links with the test range for the purpose mode, the missile cannot be returned to nor-
of monitoring and evaluating missile performance. mal flight.
These functions are accomplished by MNTIK sub-
systems. A radar beacon and the high accuracy
multiple object tracking system (HAMOTS) are

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OTL CAPABILITIES. weapon. The SMO will reject a CF-55B command to


turn OTL instrumentation power OFF and display
This paragraph describes any differences in the the command in reverse video if any of the follow-
SMO capabilities when conducting OTL as opposed ing conditions exist.
to being in normal STRIKE mode. The following are
• One location and station is not selected
implemented by the SMO as part of the OTL pro-
cess. • Not in OTL mode of operation (i.e. sortie mis-
sion is not a test launch).
• OTL Instrumentation power control
• Monitor OTL faults. The SMO will ignore a CF-55B command to turn
OTL instrumentation power OFF for a selected
1. Instrumentation power fail. weapon where OTL power is OFF.
2. Flight term enable.
3. OTL battery timer expired. TELEMETRY POWER TRANSFER COMMAND
4. Armed solenoid fault in OTL. CF-55C

For each OTL master fault, a recording will be gen- Operator entry of CF-55C will result in the transfer
erated and weapon power will be removed. The only of OTL instrumentation power from carrier power
exception to this is when instrumentation power to the weapon OTL battery for the selected weapon
fails prior to battery activate when the only affect is where carrier OTL instrumentation power is ap-
to terminate LCD. plied. Operator entry of CF-55C will result in the
transfer of OTL instrumentation power from the
IKB Commands weapon OTL battery to carrier power for the se-
lected weapon where weapon OTL battery power is
IKB commands associated with OTL are found on applied. The SMO will ignore a CF-55C command
the CALCM Supervision Menu and are described in to transfer OTL instrumentation power if carrier
the following subparagraphs. These commands can and missile instrumentation power are both OFF.
be issued regardless of CALCM power state (i.e., The SMO will reject a CF-55C command to transfer
CALCM can be ON or OFF). If the commands are OTL instrumentation power and display the com-
issued while the selected CALCM is OFF, they will mand in reverse video if any of the following condi-
be carried out when the CALCM is powered ON. tions exist;
The result in the OTL power status is what would
• One location and station is not selected.
result if the commands were issued with the
CALCM ON. • Not in OTL mode of operation (i.e. sortie mis-
sion is not a test launch).
• Less [AMI] Operational mode is PLUS CT.
TELEMETRY POWER ON COMMAND CF-55A
• [AMI] A Captive Carry mission is loaded.
Operator entry of CF-55A will result in turning
• If transfer is from battery to carrier, there are
two weapons with telemetry power already on car-
OTL instrumentation power ON for the selected
rier power.
weapon. The SMO will reject a CF-55A command to
turn OTL instrumentation power ON and display NOTE
the command in reverse video if any of the follow-
ing conditions exist. OTL battery power only lasts a total of 11
• One location and station is not selected.
minutes 55 seconds. While OTL battery
• Not in OTL mode of operation (i.e. sortie mis-
power can be turned OFF, if it is turned
back on, the life expectancy for that battery
sion is not a test launch).
• There are two weapons with telemetry power is reduced by the amount of time it was pre-
viously on. Once the time expires, the
already on carrier power. CALCM powers down with a permanent fa-
The SMO will ignore a CF-55A command to turn tal fault. Also, while any number of
OTL instrumentation power ON for a selected CALCMs can have OTL battery power on at
weapon where OTL power is ON. the same time, only the first four will have
their battery time checked for expiration
TELEMETRY POWER OFF COMMAND CF-55B and fault reporting. If SMO is reloaded,
four more CALCMs can have their timers
Operator entry of CF-55B will result in turning checked.
OTL instrumentation power OFF for the selected

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CSRL CARRIAGE OF CALCM MISSILES WITH combinations fall below and to the right of the
A TEST INSTRUMENTATION KIT(TIK) curve. Figure 4-0A is suitable for test missiles hav-
ing a CG at Water Line (WL) 98.40 or above. Due to
CALCM mass properties differ from operational launcher torque limits, CSRL missile carriage is re-
missiles when they have a Test Instrumentation Kit stricted to two adjacent missiles if no other missiles
(TIK) added. The Center of Gravity limits are are symmetrically loaded.
shown in figure 4-0A. Acceptable weight and CG

Figure 4-0A CSRL Carriage CG Limitations

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PLUS COUNT MODE CALCM is in captive carry launch, the missile sta-
tus window will display Less [AMI] PL, [AMI] CL,
This paragraph describes the SMO capabilities instead of AW, unless either SIM mode is active.
when the PLUS CT function is active. Entry into
Captive Carry/PLUS CT mode is determined by the FLIGHT COMMAND INDICATOR
SMO when the loaded sortie mission has the
unique PLUS CT identifier and its payload type in- The SMO receives roll steering data from the
dicates “OTL”. There is no crew action required to CALCM after its captive launch which is processed
enter PLUS CT mode other than loading a sortie into FCI (figure 4-1) prompts for the pilot. The pilot
mission with the previously mentioned characteris- can fly the aircraft to follow the CALCM’s flight
tics. PLUS CT missile control is the same as for path by keeping the roll error, (displayed on the
OTL Capabilities, and includes Simulation Capabil- heading error indicator) as small as possible. This
ities when in either simulation mode, with excep- information will continue to be supplied until the
tions discussed in the following paragraphs. missile is powered OFF, either manually or auto-
matically (due to a fault). Targeting is inhibited
Less [AMI] MODE INDICATIONS while steering meter data is supplied to the SMO.

When Plus Count mode is active, PLUS CT is dis- TERMINATION OF PLUS CT MODE
played in the WPN SUPV window on the Control
Function Menu (CF-) and the Weapon Supervision PLUS CT mode can be terminated by loading in a
Menu (figure CF-5), and in the CALCM SUPV win- mission that does not have the unique PLUS CT
dow on the CALCM Supervision Menu (CF-55). identifier and/or its payload type does not indicate
OTL. However, a different mission can only be
LAUNCH loaded after powering down all MIUs and CALCMs.

Only one CALCM will be in captive carry launch JETTISON IN PLUS CT MODE
(i.e. providing steering meter data to the SMO) at
one time during PLUS CT. Safe launch restrictions CALCMs can be jettisoned while in PLUS CT Mode
will not inhibit a captive carry launch. When a using the same procedures as STRIKE missiles.

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Flight Command Indicator

1 HEADING ERROR INDICATOR

CONTROL-
NO. INDICATOR FUNCTION

1 Heading Error Indicator For CALCM captive carriage, the heading error indicator displays the an-
gular difference between the CALCM roll steering command and the air-
craft roll angle.

Figure 4-1. Flight Command Indicator

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Operating Limitations section V

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AIRCRAFT AVIONICS LIMITS ON LAUNCH 5-1

SPEED RESTRICTIONS FOR PYLON MISSILE SEPARATION 5-1

MISSILE LEVEL FLIGHT LIMITS FOR MISSILE SEPARATION 5-1

AIRCRAFT AVIONICS LIMITS ON LAUNCH LAUNCH ENVELOPE LIMITS

Instantaneous values of level flight limits are com- Refer to T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9-1 Section V.
pared to OAS preprogrammed inputs, and if out of
tolerance, result in a missile countdown hold. The MISSILE LEVEL FLIGHT LIMITS FOR MISSILE
indication is displayed as COUNTDOWN and SAIR SEPARATION
in reverse blinking video and the out-of-limits con-
dition in reverse video on the selected MFD. The OAS determines the missile level flight limits
for safe separation and launch by comparing mis-
sile outputs to preprogrammed inputs. The OAS
preprogrammed inputs include:
• Pitch attitude, roll rate, angle and rate
The aircraft will maintain straight and • Acceleration, lateral and normal
level flight for a period of 5 seconds before • Vertical velocity
to 5 seconds after missile launch. This is to • Aircraft/missile clearance limits
prevent the possibility of aircraft/missile
collision. Launch inhibit is determined prior to entering
launch countdown and 45 second launch countdown
SPEED RESTRICTIONS FOR PYLON MISSILE hold is determined immediately before battery acti-
SEPARATION vate command. TA launch countdown hold (approx.
5.6 to 13 seconds) can occur after battery activation
JETTISON ENVELOPE LIMITS and before last transmission.

Refer to T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9-1 Section III.

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Mission Planning section VI

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TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL 6-1

INFLIGHT MISSION DATA CHANGES 6-1

TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY


MATERIAL Strict communication security procedures will be
followed at all times. If, in the aircraft commander’s
Prior to any flight involving transportation of weap- judgment, an emergency condition requires an im-
ons, the aircraft commander must make sure that mediate emergency landing and a choice must be
all crewmembers have a thorough understanding of made between communications security and flight
clearance procedures, communications, security re- safety, safety will take precedence. Disclosure of
quirements, inflight normal and emergency notifi- classified information to the extent necessary to
cation procedures, and safety jettison procedures. avoid compromising flight safety must be accepted
CLEARANCE PROCEDURES
as an condition of military service. The judgment of
the aircraft commander on such cases is not subject
1. The flight will be planned to minimize flying to after-the-fact debate or review.
over metropolitan areas (cities over 100,000
population). During flight, if a clearance con- NORMAL NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES
taining noise abatement procedures is re-
ceived that in the judgment of the aircraft It is the responsibility of the major command con-
commander would interfere with operational cerned to ensure all required information is trans-
necessity or flight safety, it will be refused. mitted to departure and destination (primary/alter-
2. “Hazardous Cargo” or “Inert Cargo” or both nate) bases far enough in advance to ensure ade-
(as appropriate) will be entered in the re- quate preparation before the departure/arrival of
marks section of the DD Form 175. aircraft carrying “hazardous cargo”. If the ETE is
3. For flights to or from areas outside the CON- less than 1 hour or if other known circumstances
US or if any portion of a flight requires com- will preclude timely receipt of information, the air-
pliance with ICAO rules, clearance proce- craft commander will notify the base of first in-
dures as listed in the USAF Foreign Clear- tended landing by telephone that he has hazardous
ance Guide and Special Weapons Overflight cargo on board, his ETA, and the applicable line
Guide will be followed. No reference will be numbers for his cargo. EXAMPLE: “Hasty 46 will
made to “Hazardous Cargo” in the remarks arrive at your base at 1200 ZULU with hazardous
section of DD Form 175 or during landing at cargo, 4 each line number 11 and 12 each line num-
the scheduled landing base. ber 171.”

INFLIGHT MISSION DATA CHANGES

See “Missile Targeting/Retargeting” Section VII.

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Systems Operation section VII

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AIRCRAFT OAS/CALCM OPERATION 7-2

SMO CAPABILITIES 7-3

MISSION DATA 7-9

SAFE LAUNCH DETERMINATION 7-24

IN-RANGE DETERMINATION 7-25

AUTOMATIC RETARGETING 7-31

MISSILE LAUNCH 7-33

MISSILE JETTISON 7-36

SIMULATION 7-38

BOMB TONE SCORING 7-39

SIT/MIT AND CF-552 7-39

MALFUNCTION ANALYSIS 7-40

ERROR MESSAGES 7-40

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AIRCRAFT OAS/CALCM OPERATION


OAS/MISSILE POWER Circuit Breakers:

OAS master power switch controls the application Pilot’s Circuit Breaker Panel
of power to the following: • LEFT PYLON JETTISON CONTROL circuit
breaker provides power to the left pylon jettison
• OAS. control switch.
• Weapon Control Panel (WCP). • RIGHT PYLON JETTISON CONTROL circuit
• Armament Interface Unit (AIU). breaker provides power to the right pylon jetti-
• Ejector Unlock Power Circuitry. son control switch.
• Enable Missile Power. • GAM-72 GEAR JETTISON & AGM-69A circuit
• Enable MIU Power Switches. breaker provides power to the Bomb Bay Limit
Safety switches and the AIU bomb door OPEN
MIU power switches (MIU/LP, MIU BAY, & MIU/ monitor circuit.
RP) provide: Left Forward BNS Overhead Breaker Panel

• MIU Power. • CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS - WPN CONT PNL


• Missile Heater Power. circuit breaker provides control and display
• Enable Missile Power. power to the weapons control panel.
• MAU-12 Electro-Explosive Device (EED) Power Right Forward BNS Overhead Circuit Breaker
Circuitry. Panel

AIU interfaces the OAS with: • NORMAL RELEASE circuit breaker provides
power to the pilot’s munitions consent panel lock-
• Environmental Control Units (aircraft and mis-

unlock switch.
JETTISON POWER circuit breaker provides
sile).
• Power Distribution Box (PDB).
missile jettison power to the pilot’s and radar
• Radar Altimeter.
navigator’s missile jettison controls
• Bomb Tone Scoring System. Right-Hand S/V Filter Box Circuit Breaker Panel
• WCP circuit breaker provides power to the weap-
on control panel.
• AIU circuit breaker provides power to the arma-
ment interface unit.
Navigator’s Side Panel
• CSRL PDUC circuit breaker provides power to
the PDUC control box.

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SMO CAPABILITIES control the bay doors. The ECUs function is to sup-
ply conditioned air to the MIUs and all loaded
The SMO capabilities, responses to operator com- CALCMs. The PDUC function is to control rotation
mands and general operation procedures are de- of the rotary launcher for bay weapons. The MIUs
scribed in the following paragraphs and are struc- provide data conditioning, monitoring and control,
tured around the operational time line as follows. ejector rack monitor and control, weapon discretes,
missile status, and power application to the mis-
• MIU and PDUC power. sile(s). AIU power is applied when OAS master
• Applying missile power. power is turned on. ECU and MIU power are all ap-
• Selecting a target/mission for launch. plied when the operator commands MIU power on
• Ranging on the selected target. via the PCP. PDUC power is applied when the oper-
• Launching CALCMs. ator commands CSRL PDUC power ON via the
• Jettisoning missiles. CSRL PDUC Control Box.
NOTE
WCE Status
[AMI] In order to accomplish any of the six
functions listed above, the CALCM SMO The operator can review the operational status of
must be designated as the primary SMO the AIU, ECU, PDUC, bay MIU (B MIU), left pylon
(CF-62x). MIU (L MIU), and right pylon MIU (R MIU) using
the PME Status display (FRMT-6). The SMO com-
Commands, Menus and displays will sometimes be municates with these LRUs via the 1553 data buses
identified by the command which invokes them. For A and C. FRMT-6 shows AIU, MIU and PDUC A
example, ECU Power Override will be referred to as bus and C bus communication status and AIU,
CF-68. ECU, MIU and PDUC failure status. If the text
fields (A, C, or X) are blank, then no failures have
STRIKE CAPABILITIES occurred for that WCE since startup, or the last
time the FMS fault reset command was entered. If
When the SMO is loaded, it is initialized into a MIU or PDUC A bus communication failure has
STRIKE mode. The operator can verify the current- occurred, an A will be displayed for the PDUC, bay
ly active SMO mode, whether STRIKE, FULL SIM, MIU, left MIU, or right MIU. If a MIU or PDUC C
PART SIM, or Less [AMI] PLUS CT, on either the bus communication failure has occurred, a C will be
CF- Menu, the CF-5 Menu or the CF-55 Menu. If displayed for the PDUC, bay MIU, left MIU, or
the SMO is currently in either SIM mode, STRIKE right MIU. If an LRU failure has occurred, an X
mode can be commanded by entering CF-50. If the will be displayed for the ECU, PDUC, bay MIU, left
SMO is currently in PLUS CT mode, STRIKE mode MIU, or right MIUs, respectively. In a similar man-
can be entered by loading a non-Captive Carry mis- ner, FMS will display an A or a C next to AIU if an
sion. If in FULL SIM or PART SIM mode, the SMO AIU A bus or C bus communication failure has oc-
will reject a CF-50 command and display it in re- curred and an X next to AIU if an AIU failure has
verse video if simulated power is applied to any occurred. When text is displayed, it indicates that a
MIU. failure has occurred and whether it currently exists
or not. If a failure occurred and currently exists, the
WEAPON CONTROL EQUIPMENT MONITOR AND POW- text (A, C or X) will be displayed in reverse video. If
ER CONTROL a failure occurred and does not currently exist, the
text (A, C or X) will be displayed in normal video.
The Weapon Control Equipment (WCE), which con- To clear unwanted data from FRMT-6, the operator
sists of the AIU, ECU, PDUC (for bay weapons), can enter the FMS fault reset command, CF-66, to
and MIUs, must have power applied to enable the delete the display of all failures which no longer ex-
operator to apply power to control and release any ist. When the CF-66 command is entered, all failure
missiles. The AIUs function is to control the ap- text displayed in normal video will be blanked and
plication of power to the ECU and MIUs, and to any text displayed in reverse video will remain.

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The AIU, ECU, MIU, and PDUC failure status is er-on sequence by viewing FRMT-7. When the se-
also displayed on the CALCM Status and Inventory quence is complete, the following display changes
display (FRMT-7). AIU will be displayed in reverse will occur on FRMT-7 next to each MIU station
video if the AIU has failed. ECU will be displayed number:
in reverse video if the ECU has failed. MIU will be
displayed in reverse video the respective MIU, if ei- A. The Store window will change from blank to ei-
ther MIU communication or the MIU have failed. ther P, C, or X to identify the type of weapon pres-
LNCHR will be displayed in reverse video if either ent at the station or blank to indicate that no weap-
PDUC communication or the PDUC have failed. on is present.
DOORS will be displayed in reverse video if the
doors have failed. Each display will be removed if 1. P will appear if the ejector and umbilical sta-
the associated failure status clears. ECU, MIU, tus show a weapon is present at the station and
LNCHR, PDUC, and WCP Master faults and Advi- the weapon is not known to be CALCM.
sories will be displayed at the bottom of the MFD.
2. C will appear if the ejector and umbilical sta-
MIU tus show a weapon is present at the station and
umbilical status indicates the weapon is a
The MIU interfaces with the avionics processor CALCM/ALCM. (Since there is no way to obtain
(AP) receiving commands and transmitting missile positive weapon identification between an
status via the data bus. It also interfaces with the ALCM and a CALCM at the umbilical, a
WCP, the switching unit, and the power distribu- CALCM will be assumed.)
tion box (PDB). The MIU provides missile squib cir-
cuit actuation commands, release squib circuit com- 3. X will appear if the ejector or umbilical sta-
mands, ejector unlock signals, power control to tus shows no weapon is present at the station.
switching unit, fault detection, performs analog to
digital conversion, and analog measurement for the B. The CALCM Status window for each station will
AP. Upon receipt of MIU power on command, the change from blank to OF or NG, when a weapon is
OAS issues an ECU power command through the present to indicate weapon status.
AIU to maintain equipment temperature within op-
erational limits 1. OF will be displayed to indicate weapon elec-
tronic power is not applied at the station when a
MIU Power Application CALCM is present.

MIU power is applied using the MIU POWER 2. NG will be displayed if a permanent fatal
switches on the OAS Power Control Panel. When fault has occurred for the missile and a release
the operator presses a power switch, the switch of that missile has not been attempted.
latches in the depressed position, power is applied
to the MIU for the selected location and that LRU 3. Nothing will be displayed when there is no
will be initialized, and the light in the switch comes store present.
on.
C. The Ready To Launch Status window will dis-
If a fault is detected during power on, the MIU play SAF if a CALCM is present and the WCP
power-ON sequence will be terminated, the ap- PREARM/SAFE switch is in SAFE. If no CALCM is
propriate fault will be displayed and any powers present, the window will remain blank.
which have been applied will be removed. However,
if ECU Power Override is currently active, the SMO D. The Station Fault window below the station line
will not declare an ECU ac Power fault regardless will display a fault indication if a CALCM is pres-
of ECU ac power availability ([AMI] or an ECU ent and if any faults have been detected at the sta-
fault), and continue with the power-ON sequence. tion. All faults are listed and described in at the
The power-ON sequence takes less than 24 seconds. end of this section. If no CALCM is present, the
The operator can verify completion of the MIU pow- window will remain blank.

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PDUC Power Application WCE Power Removal

PDUC power will be applied when the operator MIU power is removed when the operator presses
toggles the CSRL PDUC power switch to the ON the MIU POWER switch (MIU/LP, MIU/BAY or
position on the CSRL PDUC Control Box. If the MIU/RP) on the PCP a second time allowing it to
CSRL PDUC power switch is in the ON position reset to the outward position. Power is then re-
when OAS Master Power is applied, power will be moved from the respective MIU along with the
applied to the PDUC. Even though there is no soft- weapon power for any weapons which have power
ware status of the CSRL PDUC power switch applied at that location. No faults will be displayed
through the SMO, the PDUC is statused, so when during MIU power removal.
the operator depresses the OAS Master Power
Switch, if the PDUC does not respond, fault indica- The operator can verify completion of the MIU pow-
tions will be displayed on FRMT-6. Upon power ap- er removal sequence by viewing FRMT-7 and/or the
plication the PDUC will automatically perform in- PCP. When the sequence is complete, the selected
ternal initializations for a maximum of five se- MIU POWER switch will no longer be illuminated
conds. Any faults detected will be set by the PDUC and all data contained in the windows on FRMT-7
at the completion of initialization. If after five sec- for each station at that MIU location will be
onds, communication cannot be established with blanked within 3 seconds.
the PDUC, a Double MUX Error will be indicated
on the PME Status Display (FRMT-6) with a re- The PDUC is powered down when the operator
verse highlight A, a reverse highlight C, and a re- toggles the CSRL Power Control switch to OFF.
verse highlight X. In addition a PDUC Master PDUC Communication Faults will be displayed in
Fault message will be displayed at the bottom of reverse video on FRMT-6.
the MFD and LNCHR will be displayed on the
Weapon Status and Inventory Display (FRMT-7). WEAPON MONITOR AND POWER CONTROL

Five seconds after communication is established, if After applying power to a MIU, weapon electronic
the PDUC Controller Reset Bit indicates PDUC in- power can be commanded ON for any missile(s) at
itialization failed, a PDUC fault will be indicated on that location from the WCP. Weapon electronic pow-
the PME Status Display (FRMT-6) with a reverse er will not be applied under the following condi-
highlight X on FRMT-6. In addition, a PDUC Mas- tions:
ter Fault message will be displayed at the bottom of
the MFD and LNCHR will be displayed in the laun- A. Umbilical status indicates weapon is not a
cher fault window of the Weapon Status and Inven- CALCM/ALCM.
tory Display (FRMT-7). If PDUC Communication
Faults previously existed, they will be displayed in B. A permanent fatal fault has occurred for the
normal video on FRMT-6 unless an actual fault is weapon on a previous power cycle.
present.
C. A weapon OFS erase has occurred on a previous
NOTE power cycle.
Launcher faults may occur if the PDUC is D. An ECU AC Power fault is active and ECU Pow-
powered on after the SMO is loaded. Manu- er Override is not commanded.
ally commanded rotation of the launcher
may be required to clear the faults and al- Missile power must be applied to enable the SMO
low automatic launcher rotation capability. to verify the warhead type and the operational sta-
tus of the missile(s), to initiate alignment of the
CALCM INE, and to transmit targeting and mis-
sion data to the missile(s) prior to launch.

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Weapon/Ejector Status READY TO LAUNCH (RTL) STATUS.

The operator can view the operational status of The RTL status on the CALCM Status And Inven-
each CALCM missile and station ejector via the tory display indicates if RTL permission has been
CALCM Status and Inventory display (FRMT-7). provided each weapon. The default status, dis-
The CALCM Status and Inventory display shows played when weapon power is turned ON, is SAF
missile presence, missile power, missile state, mis- (safe). The operator must command Prearm, indi-
sile faults and targeting status for each station at cated by RTL, for each CALCM before it can be
each MIU location where power is applied (bay launched. The operator can, at any time, command
launcher and left and right pylon). The station sta- SAF to prevent selected CALCMs from being laun-
tus windows are grouped together for each station. ched. Prearm Enable does not need to be command-
The station number is displayed immediately to the ed to use the Prearm/Safe switch on the WCP.
left of missile presence window.
TARGETING STATUS
The text and associated indications for station sta-
tus on the CALCM Status and Inventory display The targeting status field on the CALCM Status
are delineated in the following subparagraphs. All And Inventory display indicates, R, when a CALCM
of these fields will be blank for each station where is ready to receive a mission. Once targeting begins
the MIU does not have power applied at that loca- for the CALCM, the launch point, nn (or Direct Tar-
tion. If no weapon is present an X will be displayed get Designation) is displayed. The launch point
to indicate the store is missing, and all other win- number or direct target designation will be under-
dows will be blank. If a weapon type is unknown all lined when the mission has been loaded into the
windows except presence window will be blank. The CALCM. If no weapon mission is available for a
presence window will display P to indicate a store is CALCM, GPS initialization data will be loaded into
present but unidentified. the weapon and indicated with a G. After the
CALCM has been launched, the launch point, nn
WEAPON PRESENCE (or direct target), is displayed.

The weapon presence window on the CALCM Sta- FLEX/DIRECT TARGETING INDICATION
tus and Inventory display indicates what the SMO
believes to be present at the umbilical based on the The flex/direct targeting indication field on the
data available from the ejector and MIU. CALCM Status and Inventory display indicates
whether the weapon has been flex or direct targe-
WEAPON WARHEAD TYPE. ted. The flex targeting indication, F, will be dis-
played if flex targeting has been performed. The di-
The weapon warhead type field on the CALCM Sta- rect target indication, D, will be displayed if direct
tus and Inventory display indicates the warhead targeting has been performed, otherwise the field
type status received from the CALCM missile at will be blank. After launch, this field will retain the
that location and station. The weapon warhead appropriate targeting indication.
type will be a hexadecimal value from 0 through 9
or A through F. 1 is used for a blast-frag warhead WEAPON FAULTS
and 2 is used for a penetrator warhead.
The weapon fault field on the CALCM Status and
WEAPON STATUS. Inventory display indicates any CALCM missile
faults that are present. The highest priority fault
The weapon status field on the CALCM Status and will be displayed in the field if more than one fault
Inventory display indicates the status of the exists. The weapon fault indicators which are dis-
CALCM missile at that location and station. played are provided at the end of this section.
CALCM temperature, altimeter, and INS faults, if
they exist, are displayed for a selected CALCM in
windows at the bottom of the MFD in the Selected
Station Status Advisory area on FRMT-7xy.

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ORDNANCE ALARM STATUS WEAPON POWER APPLICATION

The ordnance alarm status on the CALCM Status Missile electronic power will be applied when the
And Inventory display in the Selected Station Sta- operator presses the desired Location (left, bay and/
tus Advisory area is displayed when a MIU is pow- or right) and Station (1 through 6 for the pylons
ered ON and FRMT-7xy is entered. and 1 through 8 for the bay or ALL) switches on the
WCP and momentarily moves the MSL PWR switch
EJECTOR STATUS to the ON position. Subsequently, power will be ap-
plied to the selected missile(s) and they will be in-
The ejector status on the CALCM Status And In- itialized.
ventory display in the Selected Station Status Advi-
sory area is displayed when a MIU is powered ON If the SMO is unable to complete missile power ap-
and FRMT-7xy is entered. plication sequence it will be terminated for that
missile, the appropriate fault will be displayed and
OTL POWER STATUS any missile power which has been applied to that
missile will be removed. The operator can verify
OTL is displayed as a label with OTL power status completion of the missile electronic power applica-
in the Selected Station Status Advisory area of tion sequence by viewing FRMT-7. When the se-
FRMT-7xy when the MIU for the selected MIU is quence is complete, the following display changes
powered ON, the mission is identified as OTL. will occur within 3 seconds on FRMT-7 next to each
selected MIU station number where power was ap-
COMMAND DESTRUCT (C/D) STATUS plied:

C/D is displayed as a label with the command de- A. A hexadecimal number between 0 and F (inclu-
struct status is displayed in the Selected Station sive) will be displayed to indicate warhead type for
Status Advisory area of FRMT-7xy when a weapon the CALCM.
is powered ON and the mission is identified as
OTL. B. The missile status will change from OF to ON to
indicate weapon electronic power is available at the
BACKUP WEAPON TARGETING STATUS station. This status will change to CA while the
weapon is coarse and fine aligning, to TA after fine
The backup weapon targeting status is displayed in alignment complete to indicate a transfer align-
the Selected Station Status Advisory area on ment maneuver is required, to AL when fine align-
FRMT-7xy when a weapon is powered ON. ment and transfer alignment maneuver have com-
pleted (if the GPS receiver is already initialized sta-
tus will change from TA to GO), and to GO when
the missile is both aligned and the GPS receiver is
initialized.

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C. The consent for launch window will display SAF WEAPON POWER REMOVAL
to indicate ready-to-launch consent has not been
provided. Once the operator have given ready-to- Missile electronic power will be removed when the
launch consent this status will change to RDY. operator depresses the desired Location (left, bay
and/or right) and Station (1 through 6 for the py-
D. The mission data window will be blank until lons and 1 through 8 for the bay or ALL) switches
missile status displays CA, at which time it will on the WCP and momentarily moves the MSL PWR
check for the ready to receive mission data indica- switch to the OFF position. Subsequently, power
tion so that R can be displayed to indicate the will be removed from the selected CALCM(s).
CALCM is ready to receive a mission.
The operator can verify completion of the missile
E. The station fault window will display a fault in- electronic power OFF sequence by viewing FRMT-7.
dication if any missile faults have been detected at The following display changes will occur on FRMT-7
the station. next to each selected location/station:

The following limitations apply to weapon power


• The missile status window will display ON un-
til electronic power is removed (approximately 15
application: seconds).
• The associated MIU must have power applied • The missile status window will change to OF
and be initialized. indicating weapon electronic power is not available
• At least one weapon station selected must be at the station.
valid. • The station fault window will display a fault
• At least one selected weapon station must indication if any missile faults have been detected
have no power applied. at the station.
• The weapon(s) selected must be present. • The remaining windows on the station line
• The weapon(s) selected must have a C in pres- will be blanked.
ence window. The following limitations apply to weapon power re-
• The weapons selected must not have any per- moval:
manent fatal faults. If a fatal fault exists for a mis-
sile, NG will be displayed in reverse video. A weap- • At least one selected weapon location/station
on erase is considered a permanent fatal fault. must be valid.
NOTE
• At least one selected weapon station must
have power applied.
• If weapon power is automatically removed
• A selected station with launch countdown in
progress will be launched, not powered down.
because of a COMM NO GO or a 42-S
CAGE master fault, or if weapon power is Missile electronic power is also removed from all
commanded off during caging (i.e., weapon weapons at a location when the MIU power at that
status on FRMT-7 shows ON), weapon pow- location is removed. The preceding limitations on
er should not be applied for 8 minutes. weapon power removal do not apply when associat-
ed with MIU power removal.
• If the MIU is powering down when reconfi-
guration occurs, it will immediately indicate
that it is off, as will any powered-on weap-
ons for the MIU. It will be necessary to wait
for 8 minutes of gyro cool-down time prior
to weapon power application for any weap-
on powered down in this manner.

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MISSION DATA Less [AMI] Preplanned Mission

Less [AMI] Prior to launching a CALCM, mission Each CALCM must be targeted from the weapon
data must be provided from a valid CALCM weapon DTUC prior to availability for launch. This is initi-
DTUC. After this has been performed, the CALCM ated by the operator entering CF-559 when a B-52
mission may be modified using Flex targeting in- mission containing CALCM launch points is loaded
puts or the CALCM may be direct targeted. If the and a CALCM weapon DTUC is available. The
operator enters an invalid command through the launch points are assigned to the CALCM missiles
IKB, the command will be displayed in reverse vi- (which have power applied) with the indicated
deo. If the operator inputs invalid data values, the matching warhead type, in the order of the pre-
affected data fields will be displayed in reverse vi- ferred launch sequence (see section III). (To ensure
deo. The details are described in the following para- that the preferred launch sequence is properly fol-
graphs. lowed, CF-559 should not be entered until all
CALCMs with power applied show R in the mission
[AMI] Prior to launching a CALCM, weapon mis- data window FRMT-7). The mission associated with
sion data must be provided to the CALCM from a the launch point is loaded into the primary weapon
valid CALCM weapon group on a DTC or from op- and up to two backup weapons, with the same war-
erator entered data to target or initialize it. Weapon head type as the primary weapon, so they will be
mission data can only be loaded to a CALCM while ready for launch in the event the primary weapon
the SMO is primary. Once a CALCM is targeted or fails. During mission load, the launch point number
initialized, it will retain that weapon mission data for the mission being loaded will be displayed in
until it is powered off or targeted again. The target- bright video on the CALCM Status and Inventory
ing process can be monitored on the Stores Summa- display for that weapon. After mission load is com-
ry display (FRMT-77), the Weapon Status and In- plete, the launch point number will be displayed in
ventory display (FRMT-7), or the CALCM Group bright underline video for that weapon. Only one
Assignment display (CF-DF from FRMT-7). Only CALCM can be the primary weapon targeted to a
one CALCM can be the primary weapon targeted to launch point at any time. After initial targeting has
a launch point at any time. The following subpara- completed for a CALCM, it can be manually tar-
graphs describe the types of weapon mission data geted with a different mission from the CALCM
management controlled by the SMO. weapon DTUC by selecting a single location and
station combination on the WCP and entering
MISSION TYPES CF-556,nn, where nn is the CALCM launch point
desired for the selected missile. Up to two available
The SMO supports three types of weapon missions: backups will also receive the new targeting data.
Figure 7-1 illustrates an example of mission
• Preplanned mission. (launch point) assignments for multiple warhead
• Flex targeted mission. types.
• Direct targeted mission.
[AMI] Preplanned Mission

Preplanned mission data is provided on the DTC


along with the B-52 missions that have CALCM
launch points in them. Preplanned mission data is
loaded into CALCMs from the DTC by either auto-
matic targeting or manual targeting. Figure 7-1 il-
lustrates an example of mission (launch point) as-
signments for multiple warhead types.

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[AMI] AUTOMATIC TARGETING PROCESS immediately ready for launch in the event the pri-
mary weapon fails and automatic re-targeting is en-
The automatic targeting process has the SMO assign- abled. If there are more CALCMs available than
ing CALCMs to CALCM launch points and download- launch points, the remaining CALCMs will be ini-
ing the appropriate weapon mission into the primary tialized using the first available weapon mission for
CALCM assigned and its backups. Since other target- that warhead type identified by the weapon event
ing processes cannot be commanded for a CALCM un- table. If there is no weapon mission identified by
til it has been initially targeted with an actual or de- the loaded B-52 mission for a CALCM with a partic-
fault weapon mission, each CALCM must successful- ular warhead type, it cannot be targeted or initial-
ly complete the automatic targeting process first. Au- ized by automatic targeting. If there are more
tomatic targeting occurs when all of the following con- launch points than available CALCMs with match-
ditions are satisfied: ing warhead types, the excess launch points will re-
main untargeted by the automatic targeting pro-
a. A B-52 mission containing CALCM launch cess. All other targeting processes are inhibited
points is loaded. while this process occurs.
b. The corresponding weapon event table for
CALCMs is loaded. Once automatic targeting completes for the current-
c. The DTC from which the above data was loaded ly powered on CALCMs other targeting processes
is available to the SMO. can be initiated. Meanwhile, automatic targeting
d. The weapon groups defined in the weapon event will continually look forward from the current des-
table are on the available DTC. tination for any CALCM launch points that do not
e. The CALCMs to be targeted have power ap- have a CALCM assigned to them. Whether such a
plied. For a CALCM with power applied to be launch point is found or not, automatic targeting
targeted there must be at least one launch point will still look for any CALCMs that have not been
in the loaded B-52 mission that has the same assigned as the primary for a launch point. If both
warhead type associated with it. a launch point and an unassigned CALCM with a
f. Automatic targeting is enabled. If not enabled, matching warhead type are found, the CALCM will
the Nav/RNav can enable automatic targeting be targeted to the launch point. If an unassigned
using CF-550. To ensure that the preferred and un-initialized CALCM is found but there is no
launch sequence is properly followed, CF-550 matching launch point, the CALCM will be initial-
should not be entered until all CALCMs with ized if there is an available default weapon mission.
power applied show R in the Targeting Status If no unassigned CALCMs with the appropriate
window on the Weapon Status and Inventory warhead type are found for a found launch point
display. and no un-initialized CALCMs that have an avail-
NOTE able default weapon mission available are found,
the cycle of looking for launch points and compat-
The above is the preferred sequence of ible CALCMs begins again. This ensures that any
events for the automatic targeting process CALCMs that are powered on after the initial auto-
so CALCMs are assured to be targeted in matic targeting process completes and are compat-
preferred launch sequence, especially for ible with the currently loaded B-52 mission will ei-
the initial targeting process. However, the ther be targeted or initialized.
events can occur in any order and automat-
ic targeting will begin once the last event The automatic targeting process can be suspended
occurs, regardless of which event that is. by the SMO being made secondary or by using the
CF-550 command un-enable it.
Automatic targeting looks for CALCM launch
points in the loaded B-52 mission, starting with the Unless inhibited by another targeting process, auto-
current destination and proceeding through the end matic targeting can be restarted at any time, even
of the mission. CALCMs, with the same warhead if a previously initiated automatic targeting process
type as the launch point being processed, are as- has not completed, by using the CF-559 command
signed to the found launch points in the order of the or by loading a B-52 mission. This will cause all
preferred launch sequence. The weapon mission as- currently targeted CALCMs to be untargeted and
sociated with the found launch point is loaded into thus available for possible assignment to any
the primary CALCM and up to two backup CALCM launch points found from the current des-
CALCMs, which have the same warhead type as tination onward.
the primary CALCM. This allows the backups to be

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Figure 7-1. Auto Targeting Scheme

[AMI] MANUAL TARGETING PROCESS ter manual targeting completes) for assignment to
any compatible CALCM launch point that does not
The manual targeting process assigns a selected have a primary CALCM assigned. The SMO will
CALCM to a selected CALCM launch point and next untarget the selected CALCM and its backups
loads the weapon mission designated by the se- if it was assigned to a CALCM launch point or di-
lected launch point from a selected weapon group rect targeted. The SMO then retrieves the appropri-
into the selected CALCM. The weapon group is se- ate preplanned weapon mission from the selected
lected using the CF-82,n(n) command. If the se- weapon group on the available DTC and loads it
lected CALCM launch point already has a CALCM into the selected CALCM and up to two available
assigned to it, the weapon group that provided the backups.
weapon mission the currently assigned CALCM
was targeted with can be viewed on the CALCM All targeting processes, including another manual
Group Assignment display (CF-DF from FRMT-7). target, are inhibited while this process occurs. Once
The CALCM is selected using the WCP in conjunc- the manual targeting process completes, the inhibit
tion with the CF-556,n(n) command, which uses the is released for initiating all targeting processes.
value of n(n) to select the CALCM launch point. If
the command is accepted, the SMO will first untar- NOTE
get any assigned CALCM and its backups from the
selected CALCM launch point. This primary The preferred launch sequence may be cir-
CALCM, if it exists, will now be considered to have cumvented through the use of manual tar-
only default initialization data loaded and will geting.
therefore be evaluated by automatic targeting (af-

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Flex Targeted Mission is loaded in a CALCM, indicated with bright under-


lined text or a G in the mission data window for
The CALCM assigned to a CALCM launch point that weapon on FRMT-7, the CALCM may be direct
may have the terminal portion of its preplanned targeted. This is initiated by the operator selecting
mission modified using the flex targeting process. one weapon location/station on the WCP and enter-
The backup weapons targeted to the same launch ing CF-558,nn where nn is the direct target number
point, if any, will have their missions modified also. in the desired direct target designation Dnn. The
This is initiated by the operator entering CF-557,nn Direct targeting screen, will be displayed on the se-
where nn is the launch point of the weapon mission lected MFD with direct target designation and loca-
being modified. The Flex targeting screen will be tion/station of the CALCM selected. The targeting
displayed on the selected MFD with the launch data will be sent to the selected CALCM, and its
point number and the location and station of the backups, when all fields have been modified and
CALCM targeted to that launch point number dis- the operator enters the CF-DD command. After the
played. The targeting data will be sent to the CALCM accepts the targeting data a direct target
CALCM associated with the selected launch point, designation D1 through D20 will be displayed
and any backups, when all fields have been modi- FRMT-7 and the PRGM display.
fied and the operator enters the CF-DD command.
After the CALCM accepts the targeting data, F will WEAPON TARGETING COMMANDS
be displayed for that weapon on the CALCM Status
and Inventory display (FRMT-7). Less [AMI] Before any CALCMs can be launched,
the operator must initiate the transfer of targeting
NOTE information to the missile from the weapon DTUC.

• Because flex targeting changes the terminal [AMI] Prior to launching a CALCM, weapon mis-
portion of the CALCM mission, prior to sion data must be provided to the CALCM from a
launch, the PTA Reference Time for the valid CALCM weapon group on a DTC or from op-
CALCM launch point(s) being flexed should erator entered data to target or initialize it. Weapon
be updated (as directed) on FRMT-10 to ac- mission data can only be loaded to a CALCM while
count for the missile route change. Do not the SMO is primary. Once a CALCM is targeted or
change the mission commander directed initialized, it will retain that weapon mission data
PTA on line 3 of CF-61, as this may cause until it is powered off or targeted again.
confusion, while accomplishing launch pro-
cedures for combinations of originally tar- After initial targeting of the CALCMs, the operator
geted and flex targeted missiles. can 1) re-initiate targeting of all weapons, 2) manu-
ally target a CALCM to a specified launch point, 3)
• Entering a PTA Ref Time (CF-61) will change modify a mission by using the Flex targeting op-
all aircraft mission PTAs on FRMT-10, there- tion, or 4) Direct target a CALCM. The commands
fore, do not re-enter a PTA Ref Time on CF-61 to carry out these processes are described in the fol-
after modifying CMLP PTAs on FRMT-10. lowing paragraphs. For all targeting commands the
targeting information will also be provided for up to
Direct Targeted Mission two backup weapons, if available. After a mission is
targeted to a primary weapon and available back-
A CALCM can be targeted to fly directly to an oper- ups, there can be no new backup weapons added for
ator entered target location (Direct Approach Azi- that mission without reinitiating targeting or
muth (DAA) mode) or to fly to a operator entered manually targeting the mission (options 1 and 2
target location at a operator entered Target Ap- above).
proach Azimuth as shown in Figure 7-2. The Pre-
target Steering Waypoint (SWP) will be calculated
so that the CALCM can accomplish the maneuver.
After a weapon mission or GPS initialization data

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AGM-86C and AGM-86D MISSILES

Figure 7-2. Direct Target Trajectory

Change 10 7-13
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Manual Target Command mand must be issued and targeting completed prior
to commanding any other weapon targeting option-
Entry of CF-556,nn with a single weapon location s. If after all cruise missile missions have been ex-
and station selected on the WCP will cause the mis- hausted, and there remain CALCMs which have
sion associated with the cruise missile launch point not been targeted, GPS initialization data will be
nn to be loaded in the selected weapon and up to sent so that other targeting functions can be per-
two available backup weapons. The SMO will reject formed on those weapons. Entering CF-559 after
a CF-556,nn command to send targeting data and targeting has been initiated will clear the existing
display the command in reverse video if any of the mission to weapon assignments and retarget all
following conditions exist: available weapons.
• [AMI] The CALCM SMO is not the primary [AMI] The Retarget All command, CF-559, will re-
SMO.
• [AMI] The selected weapon group is not avail- sult in the untargeting of all currently targeted
CALCMs in preparation for the automatic targeting
able.
• nn is not a valid cruise missile launch point process to retarget them.
number.
• A single weapon location and station has not The SMO will reject a CF-559 command to send
targeting data and display the command in reverse
been selected.
• There is no CALCM at the selected location/ video if any of the following conditions exist:
station. • A B-52 mission has not been loaded.
• The warhead type for the cruise missile • Another targeting mode is in progress (exclud-
launch point number does not match the warhead ing automatic retargeting).
type of the single weapon selected. • [AMI] Automatic targeting is not available.
• Any CALCM is in launch count down. • Less [AMI] Another SMO confirmation mes-
• Another targeting mode is in progress. sage is active.
• Less [AMI] The loaded sortie mission does not
identify a MIU in the stores table that is associated Prior to initiating targeting or retargeting of all
with the single weapon selected. CALCMs, the SMO will seek confirmation by dis-
• The CALCM selected is OFF or going OFF. playing the question TGT/RETGT ALL? YES/NO. A
• The single weapon selected has not received YES response will result in targeting being initi-
GPS initialization data. ated, while a NO response will terminate the re-
• Mission data transfer is in progress. quest. After Less [AMI] 60 seconds [AMI] 120 sec-
onds, the default response of NO will be assumed.
NOTE
One of the following conditions must be met prior to
If the launch point being manually targeted issuing the CF-559 command or targeting will not
is the current destination and has a occur and the command will have to be re-issued
CALCM already assigned to it, auto se- once one of the conditions is met:
quencing to the next destination will be in-
hibited while in-range. •Less [AMI] The IU is on.
1. Almanac data is resident in the IU.
Target/Retarget All Command 2. Crypto key data is resident in the IU if
Crypto Key Override is Off.
Less [AMI] Initial Entry of CF-559 will result in • Less [AMI] The IU is off and a B-52 sortie
the targeting of all CALCMs which have power ap- DTUC with GPS data is available.
plied and their available backups in order of the
1. Almanac data is resident in the DTUC.
preferred launch sequence until either all available
weapons have unique primary missions or all 2. Crypto key data is resident in the IU if
unique missions have been exhausted from the Crypto Key Override is Off (the current date,
CALCM DTUC. If after targeting has been com- CF-61 line 4, must be within the Crypto Key
pleted and for any reason a CALCM becomes avail- start and end date in the DTUC).
able that does not have a primary target and a • [AMI] Almanac data is available from the
CALCM launch point does not have a CALCM as- FMS.
signed to it, the CALCM and any available backups • [AMI] Crypto key data is available from the
will be targeted automatically without need for re- FMS, if Crypto Key Override is OFF.
issuing the CF-559 command. The CF-559 com-

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Send Targeting Data Command Exit Targeting Mode Command

When flex or direct targeting screens are displayed When flex or direct targeting screen(s) are dis-
and all required data has been entered, Entry of played, Entry of CF-DE will command the SMO to
CF-DD will command the SMO to send the input terminate flex or direct targeting. The SMO will re-
targeting data and any fuze data to the selected ject a CF-DE command to terminate flex or direct
weapon and any backups associated with that targeting and display the command in reverse video
weapon. The SMO will reject a CF-DD command to if the following conditions exist:
send targeting data and display the command in re-
verse video if any of the following conditions exist:
• The Flex or Direct Targeting display or associ-
ated Fuze Data Input display is not on the selected
• The Flex or Direct Targeting display or associ- MFD.
ated Fuze Data Input display is not on the selected • Flex or Direct targeting is not active.
MFD.
• All required data has not been successfully en-
tered.
• Flex or Direct targeting is not active.
• The CALCM assigned as primary to the
CALCM launch point being flex or direct targeted
is in LCD.
If the launch point being flex targeted is the cur-
rent destination, sequencing to the next destination
will be inhibited while in-range during the data
transfer to the selected CALCM.

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MISSION DATA ITEMS Distance from SWP to Target (Direct Only)

The items which must be defined for a flex or direct The distance from the SWP to the target is entered
targeted mission are discussed in the following in nautical miles.
paragraphs. Unless otherwise indicated the items
apply to both flex and direct targeting. Flight Altitude Trajectory Mode

Target Location The flight altitude trajectory mode defines the


flight altitude mode for the CALCM mission. There
The target location is the geographical position and are two segments of the flight which have the flight
elevation which the missile is to attack. altitude trajectory mode defined, from launch to
SWP for direct targeted missions and from SWP to
The position entry fields on CF-557 and CF-558 are: target for both direct and flex targeted missions.
There are two flight altitude trajectory modes se-
• Less [AMI] Latitude in degrees, minutes, sec- lectable:
onds, and thousandths of seconds in the TGT POS
window. • Barometric Hold Altitude (display field set to
• Less [AMI] Longitude in degrees, minutes, 0). The CALCM will fly at a constant barometric
seconds, and thousandths of seconds in the TGT altitude.
POS window. • Terrain Following Altitude (display field set to
• [AMI] Latitude in degrees, minutes, and thou- 1). The CALCM will follow the terrain attempting
sandths of minutes in the TGT POS window. to maintain a constant height above the ground.
• [AMI] Longitude in degrees, minutes, and Launch Point to Pre-target Steering Waypoint Altitude
thousandths of minutes in the TGT POS window. (Direct Only)
• Elevation in feet in in the TGT POS window.
The launch point to pre-target steering waypoint al-
Flex SWP Number (Flex Only) titude is the altitude in feet for the CALCM to fly
from the launch point to the pre-target steering
The flex steering waypoint (SWP) is the pre- waypoint. When the launch to SWP flight altitude
planned waypoint in a CALCM mission which will trajectory mode is barometric hold the launch point
be used as the pre-target waypoint. This is the last to pre-target steering waypoint altitude is a MSL
pre-planned waypoint number in the mission data altitude. When the launch to SWP flight altitude
the CALCM will fly to before flying to the TMIP trajectory mode is terrain following the launch
and the flexed target location. point to pre-target steering waypoint altitude is an
AGL altitude. This must be entered after the
Target Approach Azimuth (Direct Only) launch to SWP flight altitude trajectory mode is se-
The target approach azimuth window on CF-558 is lected.
the true course from the SWP to the target in degrees.
The trajectory altitude windows on the direct tar-
Burst Altitude geting screen will display BH and MSL, respective-
ly, when the launch to SWP flight altitude trajecto-
Burst Altitude window is the height in feet above ry mode is barometric hold and TF and AGL, re-
the target at which the warhead will detonate. spectively, when the flight altitude trajectory mode
from launch to SWP is terrain following.
Mach Index
The Mach index is a numerical input which is used Launch to SWP Barometric Hold Backup Altitude
to set the CALCM’s airspeed from launch to SWP, (Direct Only)
(Direct Only) and from SWP to target.
The launch to SWP barometric hold backup altitude
Rollover Flag is used when terrain following flight altitude trajec-
tory mode from launch to SWP is selected and the
The rollover flag is a numerical input which sets CALCM radar altimeter fails. The input is always
the terminal maneuver to Modified Push Over MSL altitude, in feet, but can only be entered if ter-
(MPO) or rollover. A entry of zero (0) commands rain following flight altitude trajectory mode from
MPO (rollover off) and an entry of one (1) com- launch to SWP is selected.
mands rollover. If the validity check fails, the modi-
fiable field will be reverse video.

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SWP to Target Altitude for pushover or less than 50 for rollover is


entered the missile will accept the value
The SWP to target altitude the flight mode window and may unsuccessfully attempt to achieve
is the altitude in feet for the CALCM to fly from the the commanded angle.
SWP to the target. When the flight altitude trajec-
tory mode from SWP to target is barometric hold • [AMI] The impact angle valid inputs de-
the SWP to target altitude is a MSL altitude. When pend on the rollover value and the warhead
the flight altitude trajectory mode from SWP to tar- type of the CALCM assigned to the launch
get is terrain following the SWP to target altitude is point. When the rollover value is 0 and the
an AGL altitude. This must be entered after the warhead type of the CALCM is 1, the valid
flight altitude trajectory mode from SWP to target inputs are 00 to 50 degrees. When the rol-
is selected. lover value is 1 and the warhead type of the
CALCM is 1, the only valid input is 70 de-
The flight mode windows on the flex and direct tar- grees. When the rollover value is 0 or 1 and
geting screen will display BH and MSL, respective- the warhead type of the CALCM is 2, the
ly, when the selected SWP to target flight altitude valid inputs are 00 to 80 degrees. This is
trajectory mode is barometric hold and TF and the angle between the CALCM terminal
AGL, respectively, when the selected SWP to target trajectory and the horizontal plane at the
flight altitude trajectory mode is terrain following. target area. The value is 00 when the SMO
is first loaded.
Impact Angle
SWP to Target Barometric Hold Backup Altitude
The target impact angle displayed is the angle be-
tween the CALCM trajectory and the horizontal The SWP to target barometric hold backup altitude,
plane at the target area. Less [AMI] The impact is used when terrain following flight altitude trajec-
angle is given in degrees with the values ranging tory mode from SWP to target is selected and the
from 0 to 80 degrees. If the validity check fails, the CALCM radar altimeter fails. The input is always
modifiable field will be reverse video. MSL altitude, in feet, but can only be entered if ter-
rain following SWP to target flight altitude trajecto-
NOTE ry mode is selected.

• Less [AMI] Even though the OAS will ac- MISSION DATA ENTRY
cept entries between 00 and 80 degrees, the
AGM-86C missiles have their own valid pa- These paragraphs describe the methods and proce-
rameters. If a value outside of these limits dures that the operator can use when entering
is entered, when CF-DD is commanded, the CALCM mission data for flex and direct targets.
missile will be faulted, a xy:MSN DATA When out of range values are entered, the invalid
message will be displayed and the missile data field will be displayed in reverse video when
will be powered off. Power reapplication will the ENTER key is pressed. Modification of mission
be inhibited for eight minutes. The data is not allowed for a CALCM that has entered
AGM-86C 0A/1A missile valid input is as launch countdown.
follows:
Flex Target Mission Data Entry
If rollover mode is not selected the input
range which will be accepted by the missile
Operator entry of CF-557,nn, where nn is the cruise
is 00 to 50. If rollover mode is selected the
missile launch point number, will cause the Flex tar-
only input which will be accepted by the
geting screen to be displayed. This screen is used to
missile is 70. If a value other than 00 to 50
flex off of any CALCM mission steering waypoint to
for pushover or other than 70 for a rollover
a operator entered target location. The launch point
is used, the missile will NoGo.
number and the missile location and station are dis-
• Less [AMI] AGM-86D - If rollover mode is played. The selected station status advisory display
not selected the input range which will be for the primary weapon associated with the launch
accepted by the missile is 00 to 50. If rollov- point will be displayed. The operator must modify
er mode is selected the input range which each applicable data entry location before the data
will be accepted by the missile is 50 to 70. can be sent to the selected weapon and its backups. A
If a value between 70 to 80 is entered the description of data entry for each element follows.
missile will use 70. If a value more than 50

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A. Flex target position entry is initiated by enter- CALCM with a warhead type 2, which uses the fuze
ing a MDFY-1 command. The target position line data entries to determine when to detonate.
will be displayed at the command line initially as
follows: D. The SWP to target Mach index entry is initiated
by entering a MDFY-4 command. The SWP to tar-
Less [AMI] 1 TGT POS N00o00’00.000 E000o00’00.000 get Mach index line will be displayed at the com-
00000(FT) mand line as follows:
[AMI] 1 TGT POS N00o00.000 E000o00.000 4 SWP-TGT MACH INDEX 0 (0 – 4)
00000(FT)
The operator will then enter the value for SWP to
The operator will then enter WGS-84 values for tar- target Mach index and press ENTER. SWP to tar-
get latitude, longitude and elevation and press EN- get Mach index valid inputs include from 0 to 4. If
TER. Latitude valid inputs include direction North the range check fails, the modifiable field will be re-
(N) or South (S) followed by Less [AMI] degrees from verse highlighted.
0 to 90, minutes from 00 to 59, and seconds from
00.000 to 59.999, [AMI] degrees from 0 to 90 and min- E. The flight altitude trajectory mode from SWP to
utes 00.000 to 59.999. The total value of latitude, com- target entry is initiated by entering a MDFY-5 com-
puted as degrees + minutes + seconds, cannot exceed mand. The flight altitude trajectory mode from
90. Longitude valid inputs include direction East (E) SWP to target line will be displayed at the com-
or West (W) followed by Less [AMI] degrees from 0 to mand line as follows:
180, minutes from 00 to 59, and seconds from 00.000
to 59.999, Less [AMI] degrees from 0 to 180 and min- 5 FLIGHT MODE 0 (0=BH; 1=TF)
utes from 00.000 to 59.999. The total value of longi-
tude, computed as degrees + minutes + seconds, can- The operator will then enter the value for flight al-
not exceed 180. Elevation valid inputs include from titude trajectory mode from SWP to target and
–1300 to 29030 feet. When out of range values are in- press ENTER. Flight altitude trajectory mode from
put for more than one field at one time, only the first SWP to target valid inputs include 0 (barometric
field out of range will be displayed in reverse video hold) and 1 (terrain following). If the range check
when the ENTER key is pressed. When an in range fails, the modifiable field will be reverse high-
value is input for that field, the next out of range field lighted.
will be displayed in reverse video when the ENTER
key is pressed. F. The SWP to target altitude entry is initiated by
entering a MDFY-6 command. This input must be
B. The flex steering waypoint number entry is initi- made after flight altitude trajectory mode from
ated by entering a MDFY-2 command. The flex SWP to target input. It will be zeroed out each time
steering waypoint number line will be displayed at the flight altitude trajectory mode from SWP to tar-
the command line as follows: get is entered. If the flight altitude trajectory mode
is terrain following, the SWP to target altitude line
2 FLEX SWP NUMBER 00 (2 – xx) will be displayed at the command line as follows:
The operator will then enter the value for flex 6 TF ALT 0000 (0 – 8000 FT AGL)
steering waypoint number and press ENTER. Flex
steering waypoint number valid inputs include The operator will then enter the value for SWP to
from 2 to xx, where xx is the planned pre-target target altitude and press ENTER. SWP to target al-
waypoint number of the mission being flexed. If the titude valid AGL inputs include from 0 to 8000 feet.
range check fails, the modifiable field will be re- If the range check fails, the modifiable field will be
verse highlighted. reverse highlighted.
C. The burst altitude entry is initiated by entering If the flight altitude trajectory mode is barometric
a MDFY-3 command. The burst altitude line will be hold, the SWP to target altitude line will be dis-
displayed at the command line as follows: played at the command line as follows:
3 BURST ALT 0000 (0 – 5000 FT AGL) 6 BH ALT 00000 (-1000 – 50000 FT AGL)

The operator will then enter the value for burst al- The operator will then enter the value for SWP to
titude and press ENTER. Burst altitude valid in- target altitude and press ENTER. SWP to target al-
puts include from 0 to 5000 feet. If the range check titude valid MSL inputs include from –1000 to
fails, the modifiable field will be reverse highligh- 50000 feet. If the range check fails, the modifiable
ted. This value will be ignored if targeting a field will be reverse highlighted.

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G. When the flight altitude trajectory mode from missile will be faulted, a xy:MSN DATA
SWP to target is terrain following, the SWP to tar- message will be displayed and the missile
get barometric hold backup altitude entry is initi- will be powered off. Power reapplication will
ated by entering a MDFY-7 command. This input be inhibited for eight minutes. The
must be made after flight altitude trajectory mode AGM-86C missile valid input is as follows:
from SWP to target input. The command line is
If rollover mode is not selected the input
only displayed when the flight altitude trajectory
range which will be accepted by the missile
mode is terrain following, and starts out zeroed
is 00 to 50. If rollover mode is selected the
each time a 1 is entered for the SWP-TGT flight
only input which will be accepted by the
mode. The SWP to target barometric hold backup
missile is 70. If a value other than 00 to 50
altitude line will be displayed at the command line
for pushover or other than 70 for a rollover
as follows:
is used, the missile will NoGo.
7 BH BKUP ALT 00000 (-1000 – 50000 FT AGL)
• Less [AMI] AGM-86D - If rollover mode is
The operator will then enter the value for SWP to not selected the input range which will be
target barometric hold backup altitude and press accepted by the missile is 00 to 50. If rollov-
ENTER. SWP to target barometric hold backup al- er mode is selected the input range which
titude valid inputs include from –1000 to 50000 will be accepted by the missile is 50 to 70.
feet. If the range check fails, the modifiable field If a value between 70 to 80 is entered the
will be reverse highlighted. operator entry of missile will use 70. If a value more than 50
MDFY-7 when the flight altitude trajectory mode for pushover or less than 50 for rollover is
from SWP to target is barometric hold will result in entered the missile will accept the value
reverse highlight of the command. and may unsuccessfully attempt to achieve
the commanded angle.
H. The rollover entry is initiated by entering a
MDFY-8 command. The rollover line will be dis- • [AMI] The impact angle valid inputs depend
played at the command line as follows: on the rollover value and the warhead type
of the CALCM assigned to the launch point.
8 ROLLOVER 0 (0=OFF; 1=ON) When the rollover value is 0 and the war-
head type of the CALCM is 1, the valid in-
The operator will then enter the value for rollover and puts are 00 to 50 degrees. When the rollover
press ENTER. Valid rollover input is 0 or 1. A entry value is 1 and the warhead type of the
of zero (0) commands MPO (rollover off) and an entry CALCM is 1, the only valid input is 70 de-
of one (1) commands rollover on. If the validity check grees. When the rollover value is 0 or 1 and
fails the modifiable field will be reverse highlighted. the warhead type of the CALCM is 2, the
valid inputs are 00 to 80 degrees. This is
the angle between the CALCM terminal
I. The impact angle entry is initiated by entering a
trajectory and the horizontal plane at the
MDFY-9 command. The impact angle line will be
target area. The value is 00 when the SMO
displayed at the command line as follows:
is first loaded.
9 IMPACT ANGLE 00 (0 – 80 DEG)
J. [AMI] The manual SAIR range entry is initiated
The operator will then enter the value for impact by entering a MDFY-10 command to copy the
angle and press ENTER. Impact angle valid inputs manual SAIR range data to the MFD modification
range from 0 to 80 degrees (See note below). If the line. The cursor will be under the manual SAIR
value check fails the modifiable field will be reverse range field. The operator will then enter the value
highlighted. for the manual SAIR range and press ENTER.

NOTE [AMI] 10 MANUAL SAIR RANGE 000 (20 – 300 NM)


• Less [AMI] Even though the OAS will accept
The manual SAIR range valid points depend on the
entries between 00 and 80 degrees, the
AGM-86C missile have their own valid pa- weapons being flex targeted. The SMO will accept
rameters. If a value outside of these limits values for this field between 20 and 300 NM.
is entered, when CF-DD is commanded, the

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The operator can re-enter data on any line by rese- [AMI] The only field that can have invalid data dis-
lecting that line using the MDFY-n command as be- played when the screen first appears on a MFD af-
fore. Once data entry is complete, the entered data ter the SMO is loaded is the SWP to target distance
will be sent to the CALCM associated with the (see below). Since the initial values for the rest of
launch point and its backups by operator entry of the fields are already valid and the default values
the CF-DD. If any required line has not been modi- for direct target operations after the first one are
fied when CF-DD is entered, the command will be what was last entered or retrieved from an existing
reverse highlighted. After the data is sent to the direct target, the data displayed on the screen is
weapons, the data will be retained as the initial valid even without being modified and can be sent
values for the next Flex targeted weapon. (FLEX to the selected CALCM and its backups as soon as
SWP number will be set to zero if the retained val- the screen is displayed, as long as the SWP to tar-
ue is greater than the value of the pre-target way- get distance is also valid.
point number for the next Flex targeted weapon).
The operator can recall flex targeting data sent to A discussion of data entry of each element follows.
the weapon at anytime by entering CF-557,nn for
the launch point. A. Direct target position entry is initiated by enter-
ing a MDFY-1 command. Direct target position
[AMI] If the launch point being flex targeted is as- entry is similar to Flex target position entry and
signed to a CALCM with a warhead type of 2, the will not be repeated here.
Nav/RNav may need to use the CF-DF command to
enter fuze data prior to sending the data to the B. The target approach azimuth entry is initiated
CALCM to flex its mission. by entering a MDFY-2 command. The target ap-
proach azimuth line will be displayed at the com-
NOTE mand line as follows:

[AMI] If the launch point being flex tar- 2 TGT APPR AZ 000 (DAA = DIRECT, 0 – 359o)
geted is assigned to a CALCM with a war-
head type of 2, the Nav/RNav can enter the The operator will then enter the value for target ap-
CF-DD command without going to the fuze proach azimuth and press ENTER. Target approach
data input screen since the fuze data de- azimuth valid inputs include from 0 to 359 degrees
faults are always valid. This could result in or DAA. If the range check fails, the modifiable
the incorrect fuze data values being sent to field will be reverse highlighted.
the CALCM if the Nav/RNav does not check
the values prior to issuing the CF-DD com- C. Burst altitude entry is initiated by entering a
mand. MDFY-3 command. Burst altitude entry is similar
to flex burst altitude entry and will not be repeated
[AMI] The CF-DE command may be used to exit here.
flex targeting data entry without sending the flex
data to the CALCM, and its backups, associated D. The launch to SWP Mach index entry is initi-
with the launch point being flex targeted. ated by entering a MDFY-4 command. The launch
to SWP Mach index entry is similar to flex SWP to
Direct Target Data Entry target Mach index entry and will not be repeated
here.
Operator selection of one weapon location and sta-
tion followed by entry of CF-558,nn will cause the E. The flight altitude trajectory mode from launch
Direct targeting screen to be displayed for the di- to SWP entry is initiated by entering a MDFY-5
rect target designation Dnn. This screen is used to command. The flight altitude trajectory mode from
direct target the CALCM to a operator entered tar- launch to SWP entry is similar to flex flight alti-
get location. The direct target designation and the tude trajectory mode from SWP to target entry and
selected missile location/station are displayed along will not be repeated here.
with the selected station status advisory display for
the primary weapon selected. The operator must
modify each applicable data entry location before
the data can be sent to the weapon.

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F. The Launch to SWP altitude entry is initiated H. The SWP to target Mach index entry is initiated
by entering a MDFY-6 command. This input must by entering a MDFY-8 command. The SWP to tar-
be made after any flight altitude trajectory mode get Mach index entry is identical to flex SWP to tar-
from launch to SWP input. It will be zeroed out get Mach index entry and will not be repeated here.
each time the launch to SWP flight altitude trajec-
tory mode is entered. If the launch to SWP flight al- I. The SWP to target distance index entry is initi-
titude trajectory mode is terrain following, the ated by entering a MDFY-9 command. The SWP to
Launch to SWP altitude line will be displayed at target distance line will be displayed at the com-
the command line as follows: mand line as follows:

6 TF ALT 0000 (0 – 8000 FT AGL) 9 DIST 00 (30 – 99 NM)

The operator will then enter the value for Launch The operator will then enter the value for SWP to
to SWP altitude and press ENTER. Launch to SWP target distance and press ENTER. SWP to target
altitude valid AGL inputs include from 0 to 8000 distance valid inputs include from 30 to 99 nautical
feet. If the range check fails the modifiable field miles. If the range check fails, the modifiable field
will be reverse highlighted. will be reverse highlighted.

If the launch to SWP flight altitude trajectory mode J. The flight altitude trajectory mode from SWP to
is barometric hold, the Launch to SWP altitude line target entry is initiated by entering a MDFY-10
will be displayed at the command line as follows: command. The flight altitude trajectory mode from
SWP to target entry is similar to flex flight altitude
6 BH ALT 00000 (-1000 – 50000 FT AGL) trajectory mode from SWP to target entry and will
not be repeated here.
G. The launch to SWP barometric hold backup alti-
tude entry is initiated by entering a MDFY-7 com- K. The SWP to target altitude entry is initiated by
mand. This input must be made after flight altitude entering a MDFY-11 command. The SWP to target
trajectory mode from launch to SWP input. The altitude entry is similar to flex SWP to target alti-
command line is only displayed when the launch to tude entry and will not be repeated here.
SWP flight altitude trajectory mode is terrain fol-
lowing, and starts out zeroed each time a 1 is en- L. The SWP to target barometric hold backup alti-
tered for the LNCH-SWP flight mode. The launch tude entry is initiated by entering a MDFY-12 com-
to SWP barometric hold backup altitude line will be mand. The SWP to target barometric hold backup
displayed at the command line as follows: altitude entry is similar to flex SWP to target baro-
metric hold backup altitude entry and will not be
7 BH BKUP ALT 00000 (-1000 – 50000 FT AGL) repeated here.
The operator will then enter the value for launch to M. The rollover entry is initiated by entering a
SWP barometric hold backup altitude and press MDFY-13 command. The rollover entry is similar to
ENTER. Launch to SWP barometric hold backup flex rollover entry:
altitude valid inputs include from –1000 to 50000
feet. If the range check fails, the modifiable field 13 ROLLOVER 0 (0=OFF; 1=ON)
will be reverse highlighted. operator entry of
MDFY-7 when the flight altitude trajectory mode The operator will then enter the value for rollover
from launch to SWP is barometric hold will result and press ENTER. Valid rollover input is 0 or 1. A
in reverse highlight of the command. entry of zero (0) commands MPO (rollover off) and
an entry of one (1) commands rollover on. If the va-
lidity check fails the modifiable field will be reverse
highlighted.

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N. The impact angle entry is initiated by entering a puts are 00 to 50 degrees. When the rollover
MDFY-14 command. The impact angle line will be value is 1 and the warhead type of the
displayed at the command line as follows: CALCM is 1, the only valid input is 70 de-
grees. When the rollover value is 0 or 1 and
14 IMPACT ANGLE 00 (0 – 80 DEG) the warhead type of the CALCM is 2, the
valid inputs are 00 to 80 degrees. This is
The operator will then enter the value for impact the angle between the CALCM terminal
angle and press ENTER. Impact angle valid inputs trajectory and the horizontal plane at the
range from 0 to 80 degrees (See note below). If the target area. The value is 00 when the SMO
value check fails the modifiable field will be reverse is first loaded.
highlighted.
The operator can re-enter data on any line by rese-
NOTE lecting that line using the MDFY-n command as be-
fore. Once data entry is complete, the entered data
• Less [AMI] Even though the OAS will accept will be sent to the selected CALCM and its backups
entries between 00 and 80 degrees, the by issuing the CF-DD command. If any required
AGM-86C missile have their own valid pa- line has not been modified when CF-DD is entered,
rameters. If a value outside of these limits the command will be reverse highlighted. After the
is entered, when CF-DD is commanded, the data is sent to the weapon, the data will be retained
missile will be faulted, a xy:MSN DATA as the initial values for the next direct targeted
message will be displayed and the missile weapon. Thereafter, the operator needs to modify
will be powered off. Power reapplication will only those parameters which are different to direct
be inhibited for eight minutes. The target another weapon. The operator can recall di-
AGM-86C missile valid input is as follows: rect targeting data sent to the weapon at anytime
by entering the location and station and CF-558,nn
If rollover mode is not selected the input for the direct target designation.
range which will be accepted by the missile
is 00 to 50. If rollover mode is selected the [AMI] If the launch point being direct targeted is
only input which will be accepted by the assigned to a CALCM with a warhead type of 2, the
missile is 70. If a value other than 00 to 50 Nav/RNav may need to use the CF-DF command to
for pushover or other than 70 for a rollover enter fuze data prior to sending the data to the
is used, the missile will NoGo. CALCM.
• Less [AMI] AGM-86D - If rollover mode is NOTE
not selected the input range which will be
accepted by the missile is 00 to 50. If rollov- [AMI] If the launch point being direct tar-
er mode is selected the input range which geted is assigned to a CALCM with a war-
will be accepted by the missile is 50 to 70. head type of 2, the Nav/RNav can enter the
If a value between 70 to 80 is entered the CF-DD command without going to the fuze
missile will use 70. If a value more than 50 data input screen since the fuze data de-
for pushover or less than 50 for rollover is faults are always valid. This could result in
entered the missile will accept the value the incorrect fuze data values being sent to
and may unsuccessfully attempt to achieve the CALCM if the Nav/RNav does not check
the commanded angle. the values prior to issuing the CF-DD com-
mand.
• [AMI] The impact angle valid inputs depend
on the rollover value and the warhead type [AMI] The CF-DE command may be used to exit di-
of the CALCM assigned to the launch point. rect targeting data entry without sending the direct
When the rollover value is 0 and the war- target data to the CALCM, and its backups, associ-
head type of the CALCM is 1, the valid in- ated with the launch point being direct targeted.

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FUZE DATA ENTRY (AGM-86D MISSILES ONLY) 3 BACKUP DOB 000 (0 – 262 FEET)

The operator can re-enter data on any line by rese- The operator will then enter the value for Backup
lecting that line using the MDFY-n command as be- DOB and press ENTER. Backup DOB valid inputs
fore. When the weapon is an AGM-86D, the opera- include from 0 to 262 feet. This value is ignored if
tor may enter a CF-DF command to display the fuze mode is DOB. If the range check fails, the mod-
fuze data. Once data entry is complete, the entered ifiable field will be reverse highlighted.
data will be sent to the selected AGM-86D and its
backups by issuing the CF-DD command. If any re- D. Fuze Function Distance entry is initiated by en-
quired line has not been modified when CF-DD or tering a MDFY-4 command.
CF-DF is entered, the command will be reverse
highlighted. After the data is sent to the missile, 4 FUNCTION DISTANCE 000 (0 – 262 FEET)
the data will be retained as the initial values for
the next direct targeted weapon. Thereafter, the op- The operator will then enter the value for Function
erator needs to modify only those parameters which Distance and press ENTER. Function Distance val-
are different to direct target another AGM-86D. id inputs include from 0 to 262 feet. This indicates
The operator can recall direct targeting data sent to the minimum distance the CALCM should travel
the missile at anytime by entering the location and after impact before it should try to detonate. The
station and CF-558,n(n) for the direct target desig- value is 006 when the SMO is first loaded. If the
nation. range check fails, the modifiable field will be re-
verse highlighted.
To display the Fuze Data Input AGM-86D Display,
the operator enters a CF-DF command from either E. Time After Impact entry is initiated by entering
CF-557 (Flex Targeting) or CF-558 (Direct Target- a MDFY-5 command.
ing) screen. An AGM-86D must be the currently se-
lected weapon. The selected station status advisory 5 TIME AFTER IMPACT 250 (0 – 255 MILLISECS)
display for the primary weapon selected will be dis-
played. The operator may modify any data entry The operator will then enter the value for Time Af-
location before sending the data to the weapon. ter Impact and press ENTER. Time After Impact
valid inputs include from 0 to 255 milliseconds. If
A. Fuze mode entry is initiated by entering a the range check fails, the modifiable field will be re-
MDFY-1 command. verse highlighted.
1 FUZE MODE 1 (1=VOID; 2=SOLID; 3=DOB) F. Impact Velocity entry is initiated by entering a
MDFY-6 command.
The operator will then enter the value for Fuze
Mode and press ENTER. Fuze Mode valid inputs 6 IMPACT VELOCITY 1299 (492 – 1509 FT/SEC)
include 1 for Function on Void, 2 for Function on
Layer, or 3 for Depth of Burial. If the validity check The operator will then enter the value for Impact
fails, the modifiable field will be reverse high- Velocity and press ENTER. Impact Velocity valid
lighted. inputs include from 492 to 1509 Feet per second. If
the range check fails, the modifiable field will be re-
B. Number of Events entry is initiated by entering verse highlighted.
a MDFY-2 command.
The operator can re-enter data on any line by rese-
2 NUM EVENTS 01 (1 – 15) lecting that line using the MDFY-n command as be-
fore. Once data entry is complete, the entered data
The operator will then enter the value for Number will be sent to the selected AGM-86D and its back-
of Events and press ENTER. Number of Events val- ups by issuing the CF-DD command. Entering a
id inputs include from 1 to 15. If the range check CF-DB command will return to the previous Flex or
fails, the modifiable field will be reverse high- Direct Targeting screen. The CF-DE command is
lighted. used to exit fuze data entry and the associated flex
or direct target direct entry without sending the
C. Backup DOB entry is initiated by entering a data to the CALCM and its backups associated with
MDFY-3 command. the flex or direct target data entry screen.

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SAFE LAUNCH DETERMINATION ACCELERATION AND VERTICAL VELOCITY CHECKS

Safe launch checks are made to verify that at launch The following acceleration and vertical velocity
the CALCM will not re-contact the airplane after sep- checks are made to verify a safe launch can be ac-
aration or the CALCM is not launched in adverse complished:
flight conditions which are beyond its capability to re-
cover. Safe launch checks include checks for altitude, A. The lateral acceleration cannot exceed ±.25 g.
dynamic pressure, roll, pitch, pitch rate, normal ac- B. The normal acceleration cannot be less than
celeration, and vertical velocity. In Direct Launch –.5 g and cannot be more than 2 gs.
Mode the pre-target steering waypoint turn angle is
also checked to verify the CALCM can accomplish the C. The vertical velocity must be within limits.
turn from the pre-target steering waypoint to the tar- Acceleration and vertical velocity checks failure will
get. When any safe launch check is not met a safe result in a CALCM safe launch restriction and in
launch restriction is imposed so that the CALCM is display of YAW (A above) or LEVL OFF (B or C
not launched and the PRGM screen will display what above) on the PRGM screen.
corrective action is required.
PRE-TARGET STEERING WAYPOINT TURN ANGLE (DI-
ALTITUDE AND PRESSURE CHECKS RECT LAUNCH MODE ONLY)

The following altitude and dynamic pressure checks The pre-target steering waypoint turn angle will be
are made to verify a safe launch can be accom- displayed on the CALCM Direct Target Program
plished: display to inform the operator of the pre-target
steering waypoint turn angle the missile will have
A. MSL altitude must exceed preplanned minimum to perform if launched from the current aircraft
launch altitude. position. If Direct Launch Mode is active, ∆ BRG in
bright underline video and the pre-target steering
B. Dynamic Pressure must exceed minimum values waypoint turn angle in degrees will be displayed on
of pressure (400 psf) from the altitude - pressure PRGM. The pre-target steering waypoint turn
curves of the B-52 to CALCM. angle will be displayed in normal video if it is less
than or equal to the maximum allowed turn angle.
C. AGL altitude must exceed safe launch altitude The waypoint turn angle will be displayed in re-
from the altitude - pressure curves of the B-52 to verse video if it is more than the maximum allowed
CALCM. turn angle, and a BRG CHG release restriction will
be displayed on the CALCM Direct Target Program
Altitude checks (A or C above) or pressure checks display CF-558. When ∆ BRG indicates the missile
failure (B above) will result in a CALCM safe must take an excessive left turn, the turn can be re-
launch restriction and in display of CLIMB or AC- duced by flying counterclockwise around the SWP.
CEL, respectively on the PRGM screen. Similarly, an excessive right turn can be reduced by
flying clockwise around the SWP.
Level Flight Checks
NOTE
The following level flight checks are made to verify
a safe launch can be accomplished: • When the release restriction BRG CHG is
displayed, the aircraft is outside the in-
A. The predicted roll angle cannot exceed ±10 range boundary.
degrees.
B. The predicted pitch angle cannot exceed ±10 de- • If ∆BRG is in reverse video and a missile
grees. left turn is required at SWP (∆BRG =
Lnnn°), fly the aircraft on a mag course to
C. The pitch rate must be within both of the follow- SWP plus 30° . If ∆BRG is in reverse video
ing: and a missile right turn is required at SWP
1. ±5 degrees per second (∆BRG = Rnnn°), fly the aircraft on a mag
course to SWP minus 30°.
2. –1.5 multiplied by the predicted pitch angle
±12.5 degrees per second
Level flight checks failure will result in a CALCM
safe launch restriction and in display of ROLL (A
above) or PITCH (B or C above) on the PRGM
screen.

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IN-RANGE DETERMINATION the first waypoint on the CALCM mission is less


than the maximum manual SAIR launch range,
When the B-52 is flying to a cruise missile launch RLIM, In-Range indications are displayed. Less
point, or when a CALCM has been direct targeted, [AMI] RLIM is read in from the B-52 Sortie Mission
In-Range calculations are performed to determine DTUC. [AMI] The position of the first steering
when the missile can be launched. [AMI] The waypoint point in the weapon mission assigned to
CALCM SMO must be primary for this to occur. the current CALCM launch point and the range
limit are obtained from the weapon event data
[AMI] A CALCM EVENT advisory will be dis- loaded by the SMO as its part of a carrier mission
played in normal video when CALCM SMO is sec- data load.
ondary and the carrier mission indicates the air-
craft is 25 minutes from a mission planned CALCM To ensure the missile in manual SAIR will reach
launch point. A CALCM EVENT master fault will the first CALCM waypoint, the carrier aircraft
be displayed in reverse video when the CALCM must be in the manual SAIR footprint (figure 7-3),
SMO is secondary and the aircraft is 20 minutes within the charted area provided in the mission
away from a mission planned CALCM launch point. package, and the carrier aircraft heading must be
within 30 degrees either side of the programmed
RANGING MODES launch heading.
There are three ranging modes: MANUAL SAIR COMMAND
• Automatic launch point ranging.
• Manual SAIR. Entry of CF-553 will result in manual SAIR mode
• Direct SAIR. being initiated for the weapon associated with the
current cruise missile launch point. When Manual
Automatic launch point ranging and manual SAIR SAIR is entered the launch mode will automatically
are only performed when flying to a cruise missile change to manual. The SMO will reject a CF-553
launch point. Direct SAIR is performed for every command to initiate manual SAIR and display the
CALCM that has been direct targeted. command in reverse video if any of the following
Automatic Launch Point Ranging
conditions exist.
• The current destination is not a cruise missile
Automatic launch point ranging is performed any- launch point.
time the B-52 is flying to a CALCM launch point • No weapon is targeted to the current cruise
and manual SAIR or Direct Launch Mode is not ac- missile launch point.
tive. Automatic launch point range is the distance • Direct targeting mode is enabled.
from the airplane position to the current launch • Weapon is in launch countdown sequence.
point. Time-to-go to the launch point is calculated • Another SMO confirmation message is active.
as the range divided by the ground speed. The auto-
matic launch point range indications are displayed Prior to entering Manual SAIR the SMO will seek
on the PRGM screen. When the time-to-go to the confirmation by displaying the question MANUAL
launch point is less than 3 minutes When In-Range SAIR? YES/NO on MFD. A yes response will result
is detected and the CALCM associated with the in MAN SAIR being initiated, while a NO response
launch point is in the bay, launcher rotation will be will terminate the request. After Less [AMI] 60
automatically commanded to position that CALCM seconds, [AMI] 120 seconds, the default response of
in the down position. NO will be assumed.

Manual SAIR Manual SAIR will remain active until one of the fol-
lowing occurs:
Manual SAIR is initiated when the operator enters
• A weapon release.
CF-553. Manual SAIR ranging is performed from
• The launch mode is changed to automatic.
the airplane position to the first waypoint on the
• Entry into direct launch mode.
CALCM mission. The manual SAIR range indica-
tions are displayed on the PRGM screen and indi- • Three minutes have elapsed since entry into
manual SAIR mode.
cate Manual SAIR mode, along track distance to
SAIR entry or exit, and magnetic course to the first • The operator issues a Fly-to command.
waypoint on the CALCM mission. When range to

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Figure 7-3. Manual SAIR Footprint

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Direct SAIR SAFE AND IN-RANGE INDICATION

Direct SAIR is initiated whenever a CALCM has The SAIR status for missile launches is provided on
been Direct Targeted. Direct SAIR ranging is per- the PRGM display. SAIR is displayed in different
formed from the airplane position through the pre- video modes to indicate whether or not launch re-
target steering waypoint (SWP) to the target. The strictions exist, and whether or not the aircraft is
direct target ranging geometry for an operator en- within missile flight range of the selected target
tered target azimuth is shown in figure 7-4. The di- when no restriction exists. SAIR indications are
rect target ranging geometry for flying direct ap- shown below.
proach azimuth is shown in figure 7-5. In range sta-
tus is indicated for all Direct Targeted CALCMs on
the CALCM PRGM display or the CALCM Direct SAIR VIDEO INDICATION CORRECTIVE
Target program display PRGM-Dnn. When the op- ACTION
erator enters PRGM-Dnn where nn is a direct tar-
get designation the direct SAIR indications are dis- Reverse/ 1) At least one Perform aircraft
played for the selected Direct Target on the Direct Blinking launch restric- maneuvers as indi-
Target Program screen to indicate Direct Launch Highlight tion exists cated on the Pro-
Mode, along track distance to SAIR entry or exit, gram display
and magnetic course to the pre-target steering way-
point. The boundary to which SAIR range is deter- Normal 1) Missile flight Fly aircraft towards
mined depends upon the ground track of the air- range to the launchpoint
plane and location in relation to the SAIR region. target is greater
Example scenarios are depicted in figure 7-6 with than the maxi-
the corresponding SAIR Range and Delta Bearing mum range of
indications for the Direct Target Program Display. the missile
When the aircraft is inside the SAIR region, In-
Range indications are displayed. Once direct SAIR 2) No launch re-
strictions exist
is activated, it will remain active until no CALCMs
are Direct Targeted.
Bright/ 1) Missile flight N/A
[AMI] For every defined direct target, an in or out Underline range to the
of range indication will appear on the PRGM dis- Highlight target is within
play when the SMO is primary. If the SMO is not the maximum
primary, a SMO unique message will be displayed range of the
on all MFDs whenever a direct target determines it missile
is in-range.
2) No launch re-
strictions exist

Blank 1) Not flying to N/A


CALCM launch
point and not in
direct launch
mode

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AGM-86C AND AGM-86D MISSILES

Figure 7-4. Direct Target Ranging Geometry When The Target


Approach Azimuth Is Defined

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AGM-86C AND AGM-86D MISSILES

Figure 7-5. Direct Target Ranging Geometry When Flying Direct


Approach Azimuth To The Target

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EXAMPLE ∆ BEARING SAIR MAGNETIC EXAMPLE ∆ BEARING SAIR MAGNETIC


NO RANGE COURSE NO RANGE COURSE
1 L 105 75 70 9 R 180 65 145
2 L 125 999 90 10 R 155 999 170
3 L 115 50 80 11 R 170 130 155
4 L 130 65 95 12 L 120 999 85
5 R 115 175 210 13 R 55 125 270
6 R 20 45 305 14 R 180 85 145
7 R 150 999 175 15 L 177 350 148
8 L 170 50 135

Figure 7-6. Direct Target Ranging Examples

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AUTOMATIC RETARGETING • The aircraft is in–range for the current weap-


on event, as determined by the current ranging
Less [AMI] Automatic retargeting will be per- mode.
formed under the following conditions: • There is at least one CALCM, assigned as a
backup for the current weapon event, that is ready
• Automatic retargeting is enabled. to launch.
• The current destination is a CALCM launch 1. The backup CALCM has received at least two
point or Direct Launch Mode is active.
• The aircraft is In-Range based upon the cur- fine align updates.
rent SAIR mode. 2. Avionics test is complete for the backup
• The primary or secondary backup weapon is CALCM.
launchable, as determined below: 3. GPS receiver for the backup CALCM is ini-
1. Weapon is targeted to the same CALCM tialized with data.
launch point or direct target as the weapon that
failed to launch. When automatic retargeting occurs, the missions
2. Weapon is not off or powering off. will be re-assigned to the appropriate backup weap-
ons (the next available weapon with the same war-
3. Weapon is verified as a CALCM. head type in the preferred launch sequence at the
4. Weapon has received at least two fine align time targeting occurred). The new mission assign-
update data blocks. ments can be viewed for each weapon on the Weap-
5. Avionics Test is complete. on Status and Inventory display. The backup weap-
6. Weapon is not hung. on status for a mission can be viewed by selecting
the primary CALCM assigned to the mission on the
7. GPS receiver is initialized with data. selected station status display. If the launch mode
8. Missile must be RDY. is manual and automatic retargeting is performed
• If a weapon fails and results in power down or due to a failed launch, the operator must press the
the weapon is determined hung after LCD and does launch button to launch the backup.
not reside on the CSRL.
No mission data transfer is required for automatic
[AMI] Automatic retargeting mission data selection retargeting to occur. Since, during initial targeting
can only occur when all of the following conditions (automatic, manual, flex, or direct), each mission is
are satisfied for at least one of the assigned backup loaded into a primary weapon and up to two avail-
CALCMs: able backup weapons. This allows the automatic re-
• Automatic retargeting is enabled. targeting process to be nearly instantaneous. An
• The CALCM currently assigned as the prima- example of the automatic retargeting process is
ry for the current weapon event fails due to some shown in figure 7-7. The example is for a multiple
fault that will cause that CALCM to power down. (two) warhead type scenario.

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Figure 7-7. CALCM Auto-Retarget due to L3 Fail

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MISSILE LAUNCH AUTOMATIC MISSILE LAUNCH DETERMINATION

The missile launch process, including the means for When the launch mode is automatic, LCD will be
controlling, suspending and stopping a missile initiated by the SMO when the aircraft reaches the
launch, as well as launch command restrictions are closest point of approach to the CALCM launch
described in the following paragraphs. point provided the launch determination conditions
listed below are satisfied.
• Safe launch conditions exist.
• The CALCM is in range for the current weap-
on event.
Changing the launch mode, while the missile • The CALCM passes the following launchable
is in launch countdown, will place the weapon checks:
in a hold and may result in a weapon abort. At 1. CALCM is targeted.
2 seconds before release the CALCM battery 2. CALCM is not off or powering off.
is squibbed and any abort past this point is fa-
3. Weapon is verified as a CALCM.
tal to the missile (cannot be used again on the
same flight). During any launch countdown, 4. CALCM has received at least two fine align
if either the launch mode or manual launch updates.
switch is pressed, a hold occurs: 5. Avionics Test is complete.
• Before the battery squib command, a 45 6. CALCM is not hung.
second hold is entered. If the manual 7. GPS receiver is initialized with data.
launch switch is pressed before the 45 8. CALCM has no transient fatal or higher
seconds expires, the launch countdown priority faults.
will continue. If the manual launch
switch is not pressed before the 45 sec- 9. CALCM is not jettisoned or away.
onds expires, the launch countdown 10. Gyro spindown command has not been is-
aborts and the weapon is powered off sued.
with a transient fatal fault (weapon can 11. Instrumentation power for the weapon is
be used on the same flight). set as indicated for the following launch types.
• After the battery squib command, a 10 a) Non-OTL launch – Instrumentation
second hold is entered. If the manual power is off.
launch switch is pressed before the 10 b) OTL launch – Instrumentation power is
seconds expires, the launch countdown on missile.
continues. If the manual launch switch c) PLUS CT launch – Instrumentation
is not pressed before the 10 seconds ex- power is on carrier.
pires, the launch countdown aborts and
• Unlock consent has been given.
the weapon is powered off with a per-
• RTL consent has been given.
manent fatal fault (weapon cannot be
used on the same flight).
• If CALCM to be launched is in the bay:
1. Doors are not in an unlatched condition.
LAUNCH DETERMINATION 2. Less [AMI] Launcher is within one posi-
tion of down.
A launch determination involves checking condi- 3. Less [AMI] Launcher is in position if
tions to ensure the LCD process can begin when the launcher faults exist.
SMO is directed to initiate LCD. There are two dif- 4. [AMI] Launcher is in position and not
ferent methods of directing the SMO to initiate moving.
LCD, automatic and manual.
If any of the conditions are not, LCD entry is inhib-
ited and a [AMI] CALCM LCD ENTRY advisory,
Less [AMI] LCD ENTRY INHB advisory, is dis-
played on all MFDs.

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If the conditions are not satisfied when the aircraft 2. The set of mission data to use (i.e., 1, 2, or 3)
reaches the closest point of approach to the launch corresponding to what is currently the primary
point, a [AMI] CALCM LCD ENTRY advisory, Less mission for the weapon.
[AMI] LCD ENTRY INHB advisory, is displayed on 3. If the CALCM is on a launcher or pylon.
all MFDs informing the crew that LCD is inhibited.
Also, the SMO will inhibit automatic destination se-
• If the CALCM is in the bay the bay doors will
be opened. The bay door status on the PRGM dis-
quencing and the aircraft will stay on the same play will indicate UNLTCH when the doors are
course it approached the CALCM launch point at. opening and will indicate OPEN when the doors are
The aircraft will remain on this course for up to fully opened. DOORS will be displayed in reverse
three minutes, while the SMO waits for the condi- video if the doors fail to open when commanded and
tions to be satisfied. If the conditions are satisfied a door failure is indicated.
prior to the end of three minutes, LCD will be initi-
ated. If not, the SMO will release the inhibit to au-
• Perform Flight Control Element (FCE) and Air
Data Element (ADE) tests.
tomatic destination sequencing and the CALCM
will not be launched, although it will still be tar-
• Safe launch tests are performed to verify the
safe launch conditions have not been violated. If
geted to the CALCM launch point. In this latter any safe launch condition fails the message for that
case, the SMO could try to launch the CALCM condition will be displayed on the PRGM display. If
again if the CALCM launch point is made the cur- the launch is a bay launch, the bay door status is
rent destination again by the operator. also checked, with its condition displayed as pre-
viously described.
MANUAL MISSILE LAUNCH DETERMINATION • Electro-Explosive Device power is turned ON,
battery activation is enabled, and the missile bat-
When the launch mode is manual, LCD will be ini- tery squib is fired if it is safe to launch. If the mis-
tiated by depressing the manual launch switch on sile to be launched is in the bay, the bay doors must
the WCP provided the launch determination condi- indicate OPEN or these actions will not be com-
tions are satisfied. If in automatic ranging mode, manded.
the aircraft must also be flying to the CALCM
launch point associated with the CWE to initiate
• Terminate the alignment process and issue
prelaunch navigation data.
LCD when the manual launch switch is depressed.
1. Navigation initialization data.
If the conditions are not satisfied when the manual
launch switch is depressed, a [AMI] CALCM LCD (a) Carrier position in terms of direction
ENTRY advisory, Less [AMI] LCD ENTRY INHB cosines.
advisory, will be displayed on all MFDs informing 2. Free flight alignment data.
the crew that LCD is inhibited. The launch mode is (a) Carrier Kalman filter state vector
always manual when either manual ranging mode elements.
or direct launch mode is active.
(b) Carrier Kalman filter covariance
elements.
When in automatic ranging mode and manual
launch mode, the manual launch switch can be de- 3. Free flight initialization data.
pressed up to three minutes past the launch point. (a) Carrier wind velocities.
The SMO will inhibit automatic destination se- (b) Carrier ground velocities.
quencing and the aircraft will remain on the course
it approached the launch point at until the CALCM (c) Carrier vertical velocity.
is launched, the in-range boundary is exited, or (d) Carrier altitude.
manual destination sequencing is commanded. (e) Air density.
(f) Speed of sound.
If the manual launch switch is pressed again while
LCD is in progress for a manual launch, a LCD (g) Time of launch error.
hold will occur. The LCD will resume if the manual • Remove carrier electronic power from the
launch switch is pressed once again. weapon.
• Verify weapon battery power.
MISSILE LAUNCH PROCESS • Perform safe separation test for the CALCM.
• Remove heater power from the relay assembly.
• The launch countdown initialization block will • Unlock the ejectors, arm the ejector solenoids,
be sent to the CALCM to provide the following in- and squib the missile ejectors.
formation: • Activate heater power to the relay assembly.
1. Launch mode (i.e., Operational, Plus Count,
or Aborted).

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• Command bomb scoring tone cut off and re- If a CALCM that failed to launch (HUNG) was in
cord weapon scoring information on the flight the bay the following will occur:
DTUC/DTC when release processing is complete for
the missile.
• Launch mode will be commanded to manual,
• Close the bay doors if bay weapon is not hung. but the operator can command it to automatic.
• Automatic launcher rotation for launch will be
The bay door status on the PRGM display will indi-
inhibited.
cate UNLTCH when the doors begin to close and
will indicate CLSD when the doors are fully closed.
• Bay doors will remain open, but can be closed
using the bay door command.
DOORS will be displayed in reverse highlight if the
doors fail to close when commanded and FMS indi-
LAUNCH COUNTDOWN HOLD
cates a door failure. Check for and display CALCM
release advisory in the release advisory display.
The missile launch sequence will be suspended be-
NOTE fore the selected missile has been launched if any of
the following conditions occur:
In automatic launch mode, if a bay launch
was aborted due to a bay door fault and the • Safe launch checks fail (excluding pre-target
steering waypoint).
weapon is not powered down, successfully
closing (clearing the fault) the bay doors • Weapon Ready/Safe status (controlled by the
Prearm/Safe switch) indicates Safe.
could cause launch countdown to restart if
• Ejector unlock enables are not present.
still in SAIR.
• For bay launch only, the bay doors are not
• When CALCM release processing is complete open or the weapon to be launched is not in the
the following changes will appear on the Weapon down position on the CSRL when it is time for
Status and Inventory Display FRMT-7: weapon release.
1. The missile status for the launched CALCM • The launch mode is changed to manual from
will indicate AW, if the missile is away, (PL, automatic.
[AMI] CL, if in captive carry mode), or HG if • Manual launch has been deselected via the
hung. manual launch switch.
2. The presence window will change to X indi- During launch countdown, hold display indications
cating no weapon is present. include the following:
3. Ready To Launch and Missile Fault Windows
will go blank.
• PRGM screen will display a failed launched
condition in reverse highlight if safe launch checks
The information displayed on the Selected Station fail.
Status display (FRMT-7xy), will be identical to the • If safe launch checks fail, PRGM screen will
same windows displayed at the location and station display SAIR in blinking reverse video
for that weapon on FRMT-7. • PRGM screen will display HOLD xx, where xx
is the allowable time remaining in launch count-
• When CALCM release processing for a launch is down hold, in seconds.
complete the Weapon Release advisory, is displayed • If ejector unlock enables are not present NO
on each MFD that does not have the Selected Station UE master fault will be displayed for the CALCM
Status display. The Weapon Release advisory will re- in LCD.
main displayed for five seconds, and then be removed
from each MFD. Any advisory previously displayed The launch countdown will be re-entered when the
will not be re-displayed. Removal of the Weapon Re- hold conditions listed above are not present and the
lease advisory will not remove any other advisory. launch mode is changed from manual to automatic
1. The SMO displays the location and station xy (not available if direct launch mode is active) or
of the Weapon Release advisory for the launched manual launch is initiated.
missile.
The launch countdown will be terminated when ei-
2. The SMO determines if the missile has been ther of the following conditions exist.
successfully launched or is hung and displays
AWAY or HUNG next to the missile location and • The 45 second hold timer has elapsed.
station. • Expiration of the variable hold timer after bat-
• If the operator issues a Fly-to command while tery activate. The variable hold time represents the
in LCD, the CALCM will still attempt launch pro- approximate time the CALCM battery is usable.
vided no launch restrictions or SAIR exit cause an The usable range is approximately 5.6 to 13 sec-
abort to the launch process. onds, based on the aircraft altitude.

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LAUNCH COUNTDOWN TERMINATION gator. If jettison is commanded using the pi-


lots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison Control
The missile launch sequence will be terminated be- switch, all GWD weapons and, with OAS
fore the selected missile has been launched if any of operating and MIUs/WIUs powered, all ac-
the following conditions occur: tive/primary SMO controlled weapons will
• Detection of a fault that requires power to be be jettisoned. Proper separation clearance
between weapons and between weapons
removed from the CALCM in launch countdown.
• Detection of a MIU fault that requires removal and aircraft cannot be ensured.
of power from the MIU at the location of the
CALCM in launch countdown. • Using the pilot’s Bomb Bay and Missile Jet-
• Expiration of the launch countdown hold timer. tison Control switch will cause the bay
• Exiting in-range boundary prior to ejector doors to open immediately. This is a hard-
ware command and beyond the capability of
squib.
the SMO to control. Having the bay doors
The following provides a summary of the activities open will inhibit jettison of the aft inboard
which are required or will occur following abnormal stores on the pylons, if they were among the
launch sequence termination. valid selections for jettison by the SMO.
• An abort message will be issued to the The pilots’ jettison switch will jettison all GWD and
CALCM in launch countdown.
• Commands will be issued to remove all power primary/active SMO controlled weapons loaded on
the aircraft. If the WCP WPN Jettison switch is
from the weapon, except in the case of the expired
launch countdown hold timer and battery activate used, the jettison of CALCMs is controlled by the
was not accomplished. SMO and the process is as follows:
• When a MIU fault occurs that requires MIU • Operator selects Location and Station of mis-
power to be removed, commands will be issued to sile(s) to be jettisoned on the WCP.
remove all power from all CALCMs at the affected • Operator moves WPN Jettison switch to the
MIU location prior to removing power from the SEL position.
MIU.
• If prerequisite conditions are satisfied, auto- 1. If any bay weapons are among the weapons
to be jettisoned, the launcher will be commanded
matic retargeting will occur and a backup CALCM
will be launched in place of the unlaunchable weap- to the position of the weapon to be jettisoned
on, if in automatic launch mode. that is closest to the launcher end position (1 or
• An abort release advisory will be displayed for 8) that is closest to the launcher’s current down
position. (i.e., If weapons 6 and 7 are to be jetti-
the CALCM whose launch was abnormally termina-
ted. If the abort occurred after battery activate, an soned, and the launcher currently has position 4
abort master fault and abort status will be dis- down, 1 is closer than 8 and position 6 will be
played also. jettisoned first. If position 5 is currently down, 8
is closer than 1 and position 7 will be jettisoned
first.)
MISSILE JETTISON
2. The SMO determines which of the selected
The crew can command the SMO to jettison MIU
weapons is first in the preferred jettison se-
controlled weapons at locations controlled by the
quence to start the jettison process. Pylon weap-
SMO ([AMI] when the SMO is primary) and the
ons will be jettisoned before bay weapons.
MIUs at the selected locations are on. The crew can
use either the WPN Jettison switch on the WCP or
3. The selected weapon is powered down if ON.
the pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison Control
(steps 4 through 11 occur after the weapon is
switch.
powered down.)

NOTE

• The pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison If jettison aborts for a CALCM after it is
Control switch jettisons all GWD and ac- powered down it will require an eight min-
tive/primary SMO controlled weapons ute cool down period prior to being able to
loaded on the aircraft and will only be used power it back up, if needed.
as a backup to jettison by the Radar Navi-

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

4. Prior to steps 5, 6, and 7, the following occurs: is displayed will then be blanked. The SMO dis-
• The master fault NO UE, associated with
plays the appropriate location and station for
the latest jettisoned missile on the CALCM re-
the MIU controlling the weapon being
lease advisory.
jettisoned, will be displayed if ejector unlock
enables are not present, and jettison will be
10. The Weapon Station Status will be update to
aborted for weapons at that MIU.
• An ACU transient will cause the weapon reflect the change in missile status. The pres-
ence window will display X to indicate no weap-
currently being jettisoned to abort the jettison
on is present, and the weapon status window
process
• If the MIU controlling the weapon is will display JT or HG based upon determination
of the success or failure of the jettison attempt.
powered down, jettison of all weapons
controlled by that MIU will be aborted.
• Jettison of the aft inboard weapons (left 6 11. The SMO repeats steps 3. through 10. until
all the selected weapons have been jettisoned.
or right 4) will be inhibited if the bay doors
are open.
12. If the bay doors were opened by jettison,
5. For Bay weapon jettison, the SMO will check they will be commanded closed as long as a bay
for door and launcher faults and if a fault(s) ex- CALCM was not hung during a jettison attempt.
ist, will not open the doors and will abort the jet-
tison. If a weapon that failed to jettison (HUNG) was in
the bay the following will occur:
6. The SMO commands ejector unlock. Jettison
of the current weapon will abort if the MIU criti- • Any existing jettison requests for the bay will
cal function very fails. be cleared.
• Launch mode will be commanded to manual,
but the operator can command it to automatic.
7. The SMO commands ejector squib fire. Jetti-
son of the current weapon will abort if the MIU • Automatic launcher rotation for launch will be
inhibited.
critical function very fails.
• Bay doors will remain open but can be closed
using the bay door command.
8. The SMO performs a scoring recording on the
flight DTUC/DTC for the jettisoned missile. To continue bay jettisons, the jettison command
There is no scoring recording for aborted jettison must be reissued.
attempts.
NOTE
9. The SMO determines if the missile has been
successfully jettisoned or is hung and either dis- • If a multiple CALCM jettison is command-
plays JETT or HUNG for the jettisoned missile ed, some of the weapons may not have a jet-
in on the Weapon release advisory along with tison or hung release advisory displayed.
the location and station. This is attributed to timing differences be-
tween the jettison and the advisory display
The Weapon Release advisory is requested on all update rate.
MFDs that are not displaying the Selected Sta-
tion Status Display. The Weapon Release adviso- • There is no indication of an aborted jettison
ry will remain displayed for 5 seconds after the other than the weapons still displaying
last missile is jettisoned. The advisory area of present on FRMT-7.
each MFD where the Weapon Release advisory

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

SIMULATION CF-51 command and display it in reverse video un-


der the conditions listed below.
This paragraph describes any differences in the • The system is in FULL SIM mode.
SMO capabilities when in PART SIM and FULL • Mission data is not available.
SIM modes as opposed to being in STRIKE mode. • Stores table is not loaded.
Entry into either ground maintenance mode (SIT or
Go/No-Go) while either SIM mode is active is inhi-
• Mission data is for an operational (STRIKE)
mission.
bited. PART SIM and FULL SIM will present the • Power is applied to either MIU or to any weapon.
same displays and responses to commands to the • Actual Go/No-Go test mode is active.
crew as STRIKE mode does. In FULL SIM there
will be no data transmitted between the SMO and
• Actual System Integrity Test (SIT) test mode
is active.
the PDUC or MIUs. In PART SIM there will be no • 28 VDC T/R Power Discrepancy fault exists.
data transmitted between the SMO and the MIUs. • AIU Communication fault exists.
Therefore, actual responses to commands and
WCE, weapon, and processing status’s are not avai-
• Any CALCM ejector is in the unlock state as de-
termined from previously having MIU power applied.
lable. The following concepts are implemented by
the SMO as part of the simulation process. FULL SIM MODE COMMAND
• No faults are declared for any simulated WCE
or CALCMs. Entry of CF-52 will command the SMO from
• Times similar to STRIKE will be used to deter- STRIKE mode into FULL SIM mode. If the com-
mine when to display the results of WCE and mis- mand is entered while the SMO is in FULL SIM
sile simulated responses and status’s. In general, mode, it will be ignored. The SMO will reject a
simulated weapon alignment times will be shorter CF-52 command and display it in reverse video un-
than those of real weapons. der the conditions listed following.
• The time line for normal launch or jettison • The system is in PART SIM mode.
will be followed and the appropriate display infor- • Mission data is not available.
mation provided.
• Operation of the launcher will not be simu- • Stores table is not loaded.
lated in PART SIM.
• The B-52 mission that is loaded indicates an
• Operation of the bay doors will not be simu- operational (strike/war) mission or a timeline in-
tegration (TLI) mission.
lated in either PART SIM or FULL SIM.
• Data will be formatted and transmitted to the • Power is applied to either WIU or to any weapon.
• Actual Go/No-Go test mode is active.
AIU as needed.
• Initial status of simulated weapons will be • Actual System Integrity Test (SIT) test mode
is active.
Safe, Flight termination is not enabled, ordnance • 28 VDC T/R Power Discrepancy fault exists.
alarm is not indicated, ejector lock/unlock status is • AIU Communication fault exists.
lock, weapon power is OFF.
• Entering LCD is inhibited if operator ejector • Any CALCM ejector is in the unlock state as de-
termined from previously having MIU power applied.
unlock consent is not given.
• Weapons can only be declared No-Go if a LCD SIMULATED WEAPONS
hold timer has expired.
PART SIM mode is commanded by entering CF-51 Weapons to be simulated will be as defined in the
from STRIKE mode. FULL SIM mode is command- stores table from the loaded sortie mission data.
ed by entering CF-52 from STRIKE mode. The op- The weapon configuration can be viewed on the
erator can verify the currently active SMO mode by CALCM Status and Inventory display after the as-
viewing any of the following Menus or displays: sociated simulated MIUs are turned on. Less
Control Function Menu, the Weapon Supervision [AMI] Simulated weapons require a real CALCM
Menu, or the CALCM Supervision Menu. weapon DTUC to be mounted in order to do auto
and manual targeting. [AMI] Preplanned weapon
PART SIM MODE COMMAND mission data must available and read from the DTC
in order to do automatic or manual targeting.
Entry of CF-51 will command the SMO from SIMULATED MIU RESPONSES
STRIKE mode into PART SIM mode. If the com-
mand is entered while the SMO is in PART SIM Since no actual data is sent to or received from the
mode, it will be ignored. The SMO will reject a MIUs, simulated commands will be used for status-
ing only.

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LAUNCHER OPERATION TERMINATION OF SIM MODE

FULL SIM simulates the launcher operation. PART Either SIM mode can only be terminated when all
SIM uses the actual launcher, when it is present on simulated MIUs are OFF, and the operator com-
the aircraft. mands CF-50 (STRIKE).

Simulated Launcher Operation When either SIM mode is terminated, the status of
WCE and CALCM conditions are returned to their
Initial position of simulated launcher will be 1 upon actual status and any simulated states conflicting
entry into FULL SIM with CALCMs assigned in with them are reset to reflect that actual status.
the bay. Simulated movement between positions
will take place as commanded. Launcher commands [AMI] After SIM mode is exited by commanding
will simulate being carried out and status’s will be STRIKE mode, the B-52 mission data and the SMO
the expected values for those commands. must be reloaded to guarantee proper operation of
the system.
Real Launcher Operation
BOMB TONE SCORING
Initial position of the actual launcher (if present)
upon entry into PART SIM will be its actual posi- The SMO controls Bomb Tone Scoring cutoff at
tion. All launcher control commands will be actual- weapon launch for each CALCM. The Bomb Tone
ly carried out and actually statused. Scoring switch begins tone operation when momen-
GPS INITIALIZATION IN SIM MODE
tarily placed to the INITIATE position, and will end
the tone if momentarily placed to the CUTOFF
GPS data will be retrieved from the IU or the sortie position. The Bomb Tone Scoring switch must be
mission DTUC/DTC only to determine its availabil- used to initiate the tone prior to each launch or the
ity. SMO cutoff command will be ignored.

SIMULATED LAUNCH IN SIM MODE SIT/MIT AND CF-552


Simulated launch is still subject to all procedures
and constraints of a STRIKE launch (i.e. ECU over- Various operational requirements dictate aircrew
ride, targeting complete for weapon to be launched, validation of Less [AMI] missile DTUCs, [AMI]
SAIR, etc.). Minimum launch interval between DTC, and missile targeting ability. The use of
successive launches of two or more CALCMs will be CF-552 during ground operations in conjunction
5 seconds. If the Safe Release Conditions processing with a maintenance run Systems Interface Test/
indicates a LCD hold should be entered, a hold will Missile Interface Test (SIT/MIT) will allow target
occur until the hold conditions cease or the hold data to be loaded into missiles. The SIT/MIT en-
timer elapses. Simulated CALCMs will be given a ables maintenance crews to check the aircraft and
launch status of AWAY on the CALCM Release Ad- missile system without the B-52 INSs being pow-
visory when launched. ered on. The SIT/MIT allows missiles to be powered
on, aligned, and targeted while on the ground. See
Section II for the SIT/MIT checklist.

Change 10 7-39
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MALFUNCTION ANALYSIS will be the station number, 1 - 8 for the bay or 1 - 6


for the pylons.
STATUS ONLY MONITORS
When a Master Fault occurs the following correc-
Status only monitors are used by the OAS to pro- tive actions may be taken by the crew:
vide data for other OAS functions.
• Power re-application can be commanded by
Store Present the operator when power is removed from a faulted
device, however, if the SMO has determined that
The store present monitor is used by OAS to display power should not be re-applied because of the fail-
the C (CALCM) in the missile status block on ure, the SMO will not respond to the command to
FRMT-7. If a P is displayed, a store is present, but apply power.
cannot be identified. If the store present monitor for • The operator can override an ECU or ECU
a particular station is absent or in error, the OAS POWER fault with the CF-68 ECU PWR ORIDE
cannot identify the type missile and therefore can- command to allow MIU and weapon power applica-
not properly process the missile functions or com- tion.
mands for that station. The OAS displays an xy
STORE?? master fault for a store present status
fault.

Cage Complete Failure (Transient Fatal Fault) With an ECU fault present, damage to
equipment may occur if MIU power remains
The OAS uses the platform cage complete status to on as a result of selecting ECU Power Over-
initiate coarse alignment of the missile INS. If mis- ride. While in ECU Power Override, the
sile platform cage complete status is not received by MIU may be operated using a 30 minute on,
the OAS processor 42 seconds after the coarse align 15 minute off, 30 minute on cycle.
command has been sent, the OAS initiates a tran-
sient fatal fault and removes power from the mis-
• The operator can override a KEY VRFY No-Go
and initiate targeting and/or launch of a CALCM
sile. The missile status indication on FRMT-7 will
without Crypto Keys by commanding the CF-55D
go from ON to OF (off) without indicating CA and
Crypto Key Override command.
the OAS will display an XY 42S CAGE master
fault.
There are four types of SMO master faults. The
Coarse Align Complete four types are described as follows:
Safety Critical (SC)
Coarse alignment status is used to initiate fine
alignment and to change missile status display. If a Safety critical faults present a safety threat to per-
coarse align complete status is not received by the sonnel and/or the aircraft. The SMO will remove
OAS 10 minutes after coarse align began, the OAS power from the faulted device immediately and in-
will display XY 10 MIN CA master fault. hibit re-application of power by the operator.

ERROR MESSAGES Permanent Fatal (PF)

MASTER FAULTS The SMO will remove power from the faulted device
and inhibit re-application of power by the operator.
The SMO Master Faults are identified in Figure 7-9
and 7-10. Master faults are an indication of WCE or Transient Fatal (TF)
CALCM failures. The FMS will display Master
Faults in reverse video at the bottom left hand end The SMO will remove power from the faulted device.
of the MFD (figure 7-8). When the faulted device is Re-application of power by the operator is allowed.
a MIU or a CALCM, the text that is displayed will However, if missile power is removed prior to cage
be preceded by a location or location and station complete (weapon status shows CA), wait 8 minutes
identifier. The text for MIU faults that are not asso- before attempting to reapply missile power. Any
ciated with a specific station will be preceded by CALCM or station transient fatal fault which occurs
BAY, LP, or RP identifying the faulted device loca- after battery activate has been commanded to that
tion as the left pylon, bay or right pylon, respective- missile will be treated as a permanent fatal fault.
ly. CALCM faults and MIU faults that are associat-
ed with a specific location will be preceded by a Non Fatal (NF)
location and station identifier of the form xy, where
x will be B, L, or R to identify the location, and y The SMO will not remove power from the faulted
device.

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ADVISORIES CF-557, CF-558, AND FRMT-7 MISSILE FAULTS

The CALCM Advisories are identified in figure The missile faults displayed in the individual sta-
7-11. Advisories are an indication to the operator of tion and selected station windows on CF-557,
an abnormality which may affect mission perfor- CF-558, and FRMT-7 are listed in figure 7-12.
mance. The FMS will display Advisories at the bot-
tom right hand of MFD. OAS Advisories are found
in Section III of T.O. 1B-52H-1-12.

Figure 7-8. FRMT-7 Fault Indications

Change 10 7-41
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

MISSILE/STATION MASTER FAULTS


FAULT INDICATION CODING:
• x = L (Left Pylon), R (Right Pylon), B (Bomb Bay)
• y = Station Numbers 1 thru 8 (Bay), 1 thru 6 (Pylon)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

10-MIN CA Transient Fatal Missile did not complete Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
coarse alignment within removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
required 10 minutes. 3. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

42-S CAGE Transient Fatal Missile did not complete Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
platform cage within re- removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
quired 42 seconds. 3. Wait 8 minutes then
attempt to re-apply missile
power.

ABORT Permanent Fatal Launch countdown Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.


abort after battery removed, re-applica- 2. Verify missile power status.
activation. tion is inhibited, and 3. Accomplish LAUNCH
missile battery power ABORT Checklist.
is depleted.

A/D Transient Fatal 1. Analog/Digital (A/D) Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.


Converter accuracy removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
No-Go 3. If missile power was
2. A/D Converter removed prior to cage
Update No-Go complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

AIR DATA Transient Fatal 1. Missile outside air Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
temperature fault. removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
2. Air Data computer 3. If missile power was
fault. removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

Figure 7-9. Missile/Station Master Faults (Sheet 1 of 10)

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MISSILE/STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont)


FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR
INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

BATTERY Transient Fatal Uncommanded CALCM Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.


battery activate status. removed, missile 2. Verify missile power status.
battery power may 3. If missile power was
be depleted. removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

CARR INS Transient Fatal B-52 INS/INU failure. Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
removed. 2. Verify missile power
status.
3. Recycle aircraft INS/INU.
4. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
5. Attempt to re-apply missile
power when INS/INU data
is available.

C/D ARMD Permanent Fatal OTL flight termination Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
system malfunction. removed. 2. Verify missile power
status.
3. Do not re-apply missile
power until resolution of
the discrepancy.
CMU Transient Fatal Computer memory unit Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF
fault. removed. 2. Verify missile power
status.
3. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

Do not re-apply power until resolution of the discrepancy

Figure 7-9. Missile/Station Master Faults (Sheet 2 of 10)

Change 10 7-43
T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

MISSILE/STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont)


FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR
INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

COMM NOGO Transient Fatal Missile communication 1. Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
No-Go. removed. 2. Wait 8 minutes then
2. If fault occurred attempt to re-apply
after LCD, the CALCM power.
LCD will be 3. If fault persists, verify
aborted and power is removed.
weapon power 4. If fault occurs during
inhibited. launch countdown,
accomplish LAUNCH
ABORT Checklist.

EJECTOR Transient Fatal 1. Ejector fails to 1. Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.


unlock when removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
commanded. 2. Launch Count- 3. If cause 1 or 3 occurred
2. Ejector unlocked down will be prior to missile battery
when not terminated. activate and prior to cage
commanded. 3. Missile power complete (weapon status
3. Ejector locked when re-application indicates CA), wait 8
not commanded. inhibited, if fault minutes before proceeding
4. Solenoid does not occurs during LCD. 4. If fault occurs during
arm when in OTL launch countdown,
mode. accomplish LAUNCH
ABORT Checklist.

Non Fatal Solenoid does not arm None. Acknowledge MF.


when in Strike mode.

EMP Transient Fatal Electromagnetic Pulse OAS, MIU, and 1. Wait until EMP clears.
(EMP) event detected. CALCM weapon 2. Re-apply OAS and MIU
power is removed. power.
3. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

FCE Transient Fatal 1. Flight Control The SMO will remove 1. Acknowledge MF.
Element (FCE) power from the faulted 2. If missile power was
fault. device. removed prior to cage
2. Ready to receive complete (weapon status
mission data indicates CA), wait 8
No-Go. minutes before proceeding
3. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

Figure 7-9. Missile/Station Master Faults (Sheet 3 of 10)

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MISSILE/STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont)


FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR
INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

FCE ENBL Transient Fatal Flight Control Element The SMO will remove 1. Acknowledge MF.
(FCE) enable fault. power from the faulted 2. If missile power was
device. removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding
3. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

FCS Transient Fatal Missile Flight Control Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
System (FCS) No-Go. removed. 2. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding
3. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

GPS NOGO Transient Fatal CALCM GPS Receiver Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
No-Go. CALCM GPS removed. 2. If missile power was
Receiver Interface Unit removed prior to cage
(GRIU) may be faulty. complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding
3. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

HUNG Permanent Fatal Missile failed to release. 1. Missile declared 1. Acknowledge MF.
No-Go. 2. Accomplish LAUNCH
2. If the hung missile ABORT/MISSION
is in the bay: ABORT/RETAINED
A. Launch mode MISSILE(S) Checklist.
will be set to
manual.
B. Multiple jettison
request will be
terminated for
remaining
weapons.
C. Bay doors will
remain open.

Figure 7-9. Missile/Station Master Faults (Sheet 4 of 10)

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-9

MISSILE/STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

INE Transient Fatal 1. Inertial Navigation Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.


Element (INE) removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
output fault. 3. If missile power was
2. Inertial Navigation removed prior to cage
serial data bus complete (weapon status
fault. indicates CA), wait 8
3. Inertial Navigation minutes before proceeding.
Element platform 4. Attempt to re-apply missile
fault. power.

INE HTR Transient Fatal Inertial Navigation Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
Element (INE) platform removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
heater fault. 3. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

INE RELAY Transient Fatal Inertial Navigation Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
Element (INE) relay removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
fault. 3. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

INE TEMP Transient Fatal Inertial Navigation Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
Element (INE) platform removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
temperature fault. 3. A restart may be possible
after 1/2 hour of stabilized
temperature.

Figure 7-9. Missile/Station Master Faults (Sheet 5 of 10)

All data on pages 7-46A and 7-46B (Deleted)


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MISSILE/STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

INIT DATA Transient Fatal Almanac Loaded Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
No-Go. removed. 2. Verify validity of Almanac
data from IU or
Less [AMI] Mission DTUC,
[AMI] Sortie Mission DTC,
if IU off.
3. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.
5. If fault persists:
A. Reload SMO.
B. Load valid almanac
data into IU.
C. Re-apply power to
MIU and weapons.

INS Transient Fatal 1. CALCM INS Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.


alignment fault. removed. 2. Verify missile power
2. CALCM INS status.
Z velocity fault. 3. Check aircraft Prime INU
alignment.
4. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon
status indicates CA), wait
8 minutes before proceed-
ing.
5. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

KEY VRFY Non Fatal CALCM Crypto Key 1. SMO will not 1. Acknowledge MF.
Verify Fail. remove power 2. Verify validity of crypto key
from faulted data from IU (or
device. Less [AMI] DTUC,
2. Invalid keys [AMI] Sortie DTC, if IU is
resident in IU. off).
3. Invalid keys 3. If keys are required
resident in for mission:
Less [AMI] DTUC, A. Cycle missile power .
[AMI] Sortie DTC. B. After missile targets,
verify fault status.
C. If fault persists,
reload SMO, load valid
key data into IU, and
apply power to MIU and
weapons.
4. If keys are not required
for mission:
Enable Crypto Key
Override and ignore fault.

Figure 7-9. Missile/Station Master Faults (Sheet 6 of 10)

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MISSILE/STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

MSL NOGO Transient Fatal Missile Separation Arm Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
failure. removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
3. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

MSL PWR Transient Fatal Missile electronic, hy- Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
draulic, or instrumenta- removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
tion power discrepancy. 3. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

MSN DATA Transient Fatal 1. CALCM CMU 1. Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
power on No-Go. removed. 2. If fault occurred during
2. Mission load 2. If launch in launch countdown
complete No-Go. progress: accomplish LAUNCH
3. CALCM Checksum A. Launch will be ABORT Checklist.
No-Go. aborted. 3. If missile power was
4. Almanac data load B. Missile power removed prior to cage
checksum failure. will be removed. complete (weapon status
5. Critical mission C. Power re- indicates CA), wait 8
data valid No-Go application will be minutes before proceeding.
inhibited. 4. Attempt to re-apply
3. CALCM mission missile power.
data may be 5. Determine Less [AMI]
invalid. DTU, [AMI] DTC status,
from FRMT-6.
6. Re-attempt B-52 Mission
Data load.

Figure 7-9. Missile/Station Master Faults (Sheet 7 of 10)

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MISSILE/STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

MSN ERASE Transient Fatal Mission erase Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
complete. removed. Missile can- 2. Verify missile power status.
not be launched due to 3. Attempt to reload missile
lack of valid mission. mission.
4. Determine Less [AMI]
DTU, [AMI] DTC, status
from FRMT-6.
5. Reinstall
Less [AMI] Missile
Mission DTUC into
different DTU cavity and
reload mission,
[AMI] DTC into different
DTR and reload mission.

NTIK BATT Permanent Fatal 12 minute NTIK battery 1. Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
power timer expired. removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
2. Missile power
re-application is
inhibited.

NO FUZE Transient Fatal Fuze not connected 1. Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
(AGM-86D only). removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
2. Missile power 3. If missile power was
re-application is removed prior to cage
permitted. complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.

NOT LOCKD Transient Fatal Ejector locked status Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.
cannot be determined. removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
3. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
4. Do not re-apply power until
resolution of discrepancy.

ORD ALARM Safety Critical 1. INE relays not in 1. Missile power 1. Acknowledge MF.
SAFE position. removed 2. Verify missile power status.
2. Separation lanyard immediately. 3. Do not re-apply
switch has been 2. Missile power power until resolution of
triggered. reapplication is the discrepancy.
3. WAD is not SAFE. inhibited.

Do not re-apply power until resolution of the discrepancy

Figure 7-9. Missile/Station Master Faults (Sheet 8 of 10)

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MISSILE/STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

OTL PWR Non Fatal OTL power is not in the 1. Launch count- 1. Acknowledge MF.
commanded state. down entry is 2. Verify OTL power status.
inhibited. 3. Cycle OTL power.
2. Enters launch hold
if launch is in
progress.

OVERFLOW Transient Fatal 1. CALCM data Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.


overflow No-Go. removed. 2. Verify missile power status.
2. Invalid missile 3. If missile power was
mission loaded. removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding.
4. Attempt to re-apply missile
power.
5. Load different mission
into missile.

RAE Non Fatal Missile Radar Altimeter 1. Terrain following 1. Acknowledge MF.
Equipment (RAE) mode will be 2. Wait until cage complete
failure. inhibited during (weapon status indicates
missile free-flight. CA) then cycle missile
2. Launch will be power if missile mission
allowed. requires terrain following.

STORE?? Non Fatal 1. Missile umbilical 1. Power will not be 1. Acknowledge MF.
monitor disagrees applied to the 2. Cycle MIU power.
with mission data. weapon with a 3. Less [AMI] Verify correct
2. Missile warhead non CALCM/ALCM mission has been loaded.
type disagrees with umbilical type 4. [AMI] Verify correct
mission data. indication. sortie/mission has been
2. Weapon will not loaded.
target if the stores
table MIU
information in
invalid.

TIME OUT Permanent Fatal After Battery Activate 1. Launch is aborted. 1. Acknowledge MF.
Launch Hold Timer 2. Missile power is 2. Verify missile No-Go.
expired. removed. 3. Accomplish LAUNCH
3. Missile will be ABORT Checklist.
declared No-Go. 4. If in-flight, perform mission
event recording (CF-65)

UNCMD REL Transient Fatal Uncommanded release. The SMO will re- 1. Acknowledge MF.
move power to store 2. Accomplish LAUNCH
location. ABORT/MISSION
ABORT/RETAINED
MISSILE(S) Checklist.
3. If in-flight, perform mission
event recording (CF-65).

Figure 7-9. Missile/Station Master Faults (Sheet 9 of 10)

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MISSILE/STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

UNCMD UL Transient Fatal 1. Ejector unlocked Missile power is 1. Acknowledge MF.


when not removed. 2. Select ejector unlock on
commanded. pilot’s consent panel and
2. Ejector failed to WCP.
lock when 3. If missile power was
commanded. removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding
4. Re-apply power to affected
missile.
5. Perform normal launch
procedures, if applicable.

WPN ERASE Permanent Fatal Insufficient OFS in The SMO will remove 1. Acknowledge MF.
computer memory power from the missile 2. Verify missile power status
and inhibit re-applica-
tion of power.

WPN PRSNT Non Fatal Ejector and umbilical Missile may be 1. Acknowledge MF.
status disagree about unusable. 2. Verify missile power status
weapon presence. 3. Cycle MIU and missile
power.
4. If fault persists, verify
missile power is removed.

Figure 7-9. Missile/Station Master Faults (Sheet 10 of 10)

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OAS/MIU MASTER FAULTS


FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR
INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

AIU Non Fatal 1. AIU communications May result in any or all 1. Acknowledge MF.
failure. of the following: 2. Check circuit breaker on
2. AIU terminal failure. 1. Loss of ECU power auxiliary BNS and S/V
3. Interruptible Direct control. filter box circuit breaker
Current (IDC) power 2. Loss of MIU panels. Pull and reset
enable discrepancy power control. if necessary.
(uncommanded ON 3. Missiles cannot be 3. Verify status of MIU
or OFF). powered, launched, power and weapon power.
or jettisoned.
4. Loss of OAS
control of bay doors.
5. RBS tone cutoff will
not occur
6. Loss of jettison
capability..
AIU 28 VDC Non Fatal 28 VDC missile power May result in any or all 1. Acknowledge MF.
discrepancy for bay, left of the following: 2. Verify status of MIU
pylon, or right pylon. 1. Unable to apply and weapon power.
MIU essential 3. Check circuit breaker on
(ESS) power. auxiliary BNS and S/V
2. Unable to apply filter box circuit breaker
store 28VDC #1 panels. Pull and reset
power. if necessary.
BAY EED PWR Non Fatal or 28 VDC EED power not 1. During launch or 1. Acknowledge MF.
(Same actions/re- Transient Fatal in commanded state; on jettison if power is 2. Accomplish LAUNCH
sponses for LP when commanded off or not present when ABORT Checklist.
and RP EED off when commanded requested, a non 3. Cycle MIU power.
PWR) on. fatal fault will occur 4. Re-apply power to the MIU,
and the MIU will if removed.
remain on, however 5. Accomplish normal launch
the launch or jettison procedures, if desired.
sequence will be 6. If EED power is present
aborted. when not desired fault
2. If EED power is persists, verify that CALCM
present when not and MIU power is removed.
commanded, a
transient fatal fault
will occur and power
will be removed from
the missiles and the
MIU.
BAY ESS PWR Non Fatal or 1. 28 VDC ESS power 1. For cause 1, a Non 1. Acknowledge MF.
(Same actions/re- Transient Fatal on when commanded Fatal fault will occur 2. If missile and MIU power
sponses for LP off. and the MIU will remains on, cycle missile
and RP ESS 2. 28 VDC ESS power remain on. and MIU power.
PWR) is off when 2. For cause 2, a 3. If missile and MIU power
commanded on. Transient Fatal fault were removed, re-apply
will occur and power.
missile and MIU will 4. Accomplish normal launch
be removed. procedures.
5. If the fault resulted in a
launch abort, accomplish
LAUNCH ABORT
checklist.
6. If cause 2 persists, verify
MIU power removed.

Figure 7-10. OAS/MIU Master Faults (Sheet 1 of 8)

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OAS/MIU MASTER FAULTS (Cont)


FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR
INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

BAY MIU Non Fatal or Non Fatal Non Fatal Fault - None 1. Acknowledge MF.
(Same actions/ Transient Fatal 1. First time MIU Critical Transient Fatal - 2. Re-apply MIU power .if
responses for LP Command Register MIU and missile power removed.
or RP MIU) Fault. removed. No missile
2. MIU BIT fault. functions including jet- NOTE
3. First time MIU Critical
Verify fault.
tison or launch may be
accomplished at
• MIU power switch must be
Transient Fatal affected location. pressed and released to
1. Two consecutive MIU reset and then pressed
communication again to re-apply MIU
power.
failures.
2. MIU end-around test • If fault clears, CF-54 can
failure. be entered to override
3. MIU Not Reset fault. approximately 35 minutes
4. MIU Not Clear fault. of the 40 minute MIU
5. Second MIU Critical warmup time.
Command Register
fault. 3. If fault persists, verify
6. Second MIU Critical MIU power is removed.
Verify fault. 4. If missile power was
7. MIU terminal failure. removed prior to cage
complete (weapon status
indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before proceeding

BAY NO UE Non Fatal MIU unlock enable not Launch and jettison 1. Acknowledge MF.
(Same actions/re- present during auto inhibited. 2. Command lock then
sponses for LP launch mode when in unlock on
and RP NO UE) SAIR, during LCD or pilot’s missile consent
when jettison has been panel and WCP.
commanded. 3. If fault remains:
A. Set Pilot and WCP
consent switches to LOCK.
B. Remove missile power
C. Cycle MIU power.
D. Set pilot and WCP
consent switches to
UNLOCK.
4. Accomplish normal launch
procedures.
5. If fault persists,
accomplish LAUNCH
ABORT Checklist.
BAY UNCMD Non Fatal or Driver status of true Non Fatal 1. Acknowledge MF.
DRVR Transient Fatal when not commanded. First time - None 2. If LCD abort , accomplish
(Same actions/re- Transient Fatal LAUNCH ABORT checklist.
sponses for LP Second time - Power 3. Re-apply MIU power.
and RP UNCMD is removed from MIU 4. If fault persists, verify MIU
DRVR) and CALCM. power is removed.
5. If missile power was
removed prior to cage
complete (weapon
status indicates CA), wait 8
minutes before attempting
to re-apply missile power.

Figure 7-10. OAS/MIU Master Faults (Sheet 2 of 8)

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OAS/MIU MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

BAY UNCMD UE Non Fatal During MIU power on 1. Uncommanded 1. Acknowledge MF.
(Same actions/re- sequence, unlock en- ejector unlock. 2. Remove MIU power.
sponses for LP able is present when not 2. Ejector fails to lock. 3. Re-apply MIU power.
and RP UNCMD commanded. 4. If fault persists, do not
UE) attempt live launch.
5. Ensure launch mode is
manual.

CALCM EVENT Transient Fatal The CALCM SMO is Weapon for mission 1. Acknowledge MF.
[AMI] secondary and a planned launch point is 2. Make the CALCM SMO
CALCM mission not targeted. primary.
planned launch point is 3. Power on and target
within 20 minutes of the weapons.
aircraft.

CALCM MSN Non Fatal No Mission data or no Missiles will not 1. Acknowledge MF.
DATA?? MIUs in the stores target or launch. 2. Verify valid CALCM sortie
[AMI] table. mission is loaded.
3. Reload valid sortie mission

CALCM Non Fatal No Classified Parame- No SAIR ranging can 1. Acknowledge MF.
NO CLAPAR ters loaded. be accomplished, as a 2. Retarget the affected
[AMI] result missiles will not missiles.
be launched.

CALCM SMO/ Non Fatal The CALCM SMO is Weapons will not 1. Acknowledge MF.
MSN not in the SMO ID list in target or launch. 2. Verify valid CALCM
[AMI] the Stores Table. sortie mission is loaded.
3. Reload valid sortie
mission.

CALCM WPN Non Fatal 1. DTC read error while Weapon mission data 1. Acknowledge MF.
DATA?? retrieving weapon is not available. 2. Verify correct DTC is
[AMI] data. installed and selected.
2. DTC not available 3. Confirm DTC status on
during manual FRMT-6.
targeting. 4. Remove and reinstall DTC
in same DTR.
5. Remove and reinstall DTC
in other DTR.

DOORS Non Fatal Bay Door malfunction. Temporarily inhibits au- 1. Acknowledge MF.
tomatic launch/ 2. Confirm doors status on
jettison from CSRL. CF-5.
3. Check MISCELLANEOUS
-GAM-72 GEAR JETTI-
SON & AGM69A circuit
breaker on Pilot’s Circuit
Breaker Panel. Pull and
reset, if required.
4. Attempt to open doors
using CF-59 (if not in
LCD) or the RN BOMB
DOOR CONTROL switch.
5. Attempt to open doors
using Pilot’s BOMB
DOORS control switch.

Figure 7-10. OAS/MIU Master Faults (Sheet 3 of 8)

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OAS/MIU MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

ECU Non Fatal ECU environmental No- 1. Weapon temperature


Go and ECU Power or airflow out of limits
Override is off. May be could cause degraded
caused by the following: weapon performance
1. ECU fault and weapon With an ECU fault pres-
2. Insufficient airflow. malfunctions. ent, damage to equip-
3. Low engine power ment may occur if MIU
2. MIU could overheat power remains on as a
settings. and shutdown.
4. Transient failure result of selecting ECU
during climb or NOTE Power Override. While
descent. in ECU Power Over-
Fault displayed and ride, the MIU may be
5. Icing conditions. recorded every 30 operated using a 30
minutes, as long as minute on, 15 minute
the fault is present. off, 30 minute on cycle.

1. Acknowledge MF.
2. If low airflow, increase
power on engines 3 and 4.
Abort on ground, if fault
does not clear.
3. Close air outlet knobs and
decrease cabin
temperature. Abort on
ground, if fault does not
clear.
4. Verify pilot’s cabin pressure
master switch is in ECS.
5. In potential icing conditions
check pilot’s anti-icing is
ON. Descending may clear
Master Fault.
6. If ECU fault cannot be
isolated and/or cleared,
and override is desired,
CF-68 commands ECU
PWR ORIDE.
7. If ECU fault cannot be
cleared, and if ECU PWR
ORIDE is not desired,
remove power from the
MIU and weapons as soon
as possible after receiving
the fault.

Figure 7-10. OAS/MIU Master Faults (Sheet 4 of 8)

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OAS/MIU MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

ECU PWR Non Fatal ECU AC power discrep- NOTE


ancy (uncommanded on Fault displayed and
or off) and ECU Override recorded every 30
is OFF. minutes, as long as
With an ECU fault pres-
the fault is present.
ent, damage to equip-
Loss of cooling air to ment may occur if MIU
MIU. power remains on as a
1. If fault occurs prior to result of selecting ECU
MIU power on, the MIU Power Override. While
and weapons cannot be in ECU Power Over-
powered on. ride, the MIU may be
2. If the fault occurs af- operated using a 30
ter MIU power on, the minute on, 15 minute
weapons cannot be off, 30 minute on cycle.
powered on.
1. Acknowledge MF.
2. Check MIU and weapon
status.
3. If fault override is desired,
enter CF-68 to activate
ECU Power Override.
4. If fault cannot be cleared,
and ECU Power Override
is not desired, remove
power from weapons and
MIUs within two minutes
of receiving fault.

Figure 7-10. OAS/MIU Master Faults (Sheet 5 of 8)

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OAS/MIU MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

LNCHR Non Fatal 1. PDS Rotation fault. PDUC reset/initializa- 1. Acknowledge MF.
2. PDUC subsystem tion performed. 2. Switch to right body
failure. system and attempt
3. Launcher moving manual rotation.
fault. 3. Cycle PDUC power in an
4. Launcher position attempt to clear fault
discrepancy. 4. Attempt to rotate CSRL
using the WCP.
5. Recycle OAS, if required.

LP EED PWR Transient Fatal SEE BAY EED PWR.


(See BAY EED
PWR)

LP ESS PWR Transient Fatal SEE BAY ESS PWR.


(See BAY ESS
PWR)

LP MIU Transient Fatal SEE BAY MIU.


(See BAY MIU)

LP NO UE Non Fatal SEE BAY NO UE.


(See BAY NO UE)

LP UNCMD Non Fatal SEE BAY UNCMD DRVR.


DRVR
(See BAY
UNCMD DRVR)

LP UNCMD UE Non Fatal SEE BAY UNCMD UE.


(See BAY
UNCMD UE)

MSN DATA?? Non Fatal No Mission data or no Missiles will not 1. Acknowledge MF.
Less [AMI] MIUs in the stores table. target or launch. 2. Verify valid CALCM sortie
mission is loaded.
3. Reload valid sortie mission.
4. Reinstall Missile Mission
DTUC into different DTU
cavity and reload mission.

NO CLAPAR Non Fatal No Classified Parame- No SAIR ranging can 1. Acknowledge MF.
Less [AMI] ters loaded. be accomplished, as a 2. Retarget the affected
result missiles will not missiles.
be launched.

Figure 7-10. OAS/MIU Master Faults (Sheet 6 of 8)

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OAS/MIU MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

PDU Non Fatal CSRL PDU fault. 1. Launcher cannot be 1. Acknowledge MF.
rotated. 2. Recycle PDUC power
2. Launch countdown switch.
terminated if 3. Attempt to rotate CSRL
targeted weapon is using WCP switches.
not in the 6 O’clock 4. Recycle OAS, if required.
position.
3. Additional launches
and jettison of bay
missiles may be
inhibited.

PDUC Non Fatal 1. PDUC communica- 1. Launcher cannot be 1. Acknowledge MF.


tions failure. rotated. 2. Switch to right body
2. PDUC initialization terminated. system and attempt
fault. 2. Launch countdown manual rotation.
3. Indexing mode terminated if 3. Recycle PDUC power
discrepancy. targeted weapon is switch.
4. PDUC fault. not in the 6 O’clock 4. Recycle OAS if required.
5. Out of indexed position.
position fault. 3. Additional launches
and jettison of Bay
missiles may be
inhibited.

RP EED PWR Transient Fatal SEE BAY EED PWR.


(See BAY EED
PWR)

RP ESS PWR Transient Fatal SEE BAY ESS PWR.


(See BAY ESS
PWR)

RP MIU Transient Fatal SEE BAY MIU.


(See BAY MIU)

RP NO UE Non Fatal SEE BAY NO UE.


(See BAY NO UE)

RP UNCMD Non Fatal SEE BAY UNCMD DRVR.


DRVR
(See BAY
UNCMD DRVR)

RP UNCMD UE Non Fatal SEE BAY UNCMD UE.


(See BAY
UNCMD UE)

Figure 7-10. OAS/MIU Master Faults (Sheet 7 of 8)

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OAS/MIU MASTER FAULTS (Cont)

FAULT FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR


INDICATION CATEGORY CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

SMO/MSN Non Fatal The CALCM SMO is Weapons will not 1. Acknowledge MF.
Less [AMI] not in the SMO ID list in target or launch. 2. Install CALCM
the Stores Table. SMO DTUC.
3. Load CALCM SMO.
4. Insert correct mission
DTUC.
5. Load correct mission.

UNLOCK Non Fatal Pilot’s consent panel 1. Ejector will not 1. Acknowledge MF.
CONSENT lock/unlock and WCP unlock. 2. Check PMCP Lock/Unlock
nuclear lock/unlock 2. CALCM weapon switch and WCP nuclear
switches are not in launch is not Lock/Unlock switches for
agreement. possible. disagreement.
3. Align switches
4. If fault persists, remove
weapon power and cycle
MIU power.
5. If fault clears, proceed
with normal launch
procedures.

WPN DTUC Non Fatal 1. Weapon DTUC read Weapon mission data 1. Acknowledge MF.
Less [AMI] error. is not available. 2. Verify correct weapon
2. Weapon DTUC not DTUC is installed and
installed during selected.
manual targeting. 3. Confirm DTU status on
FRMT-6.
4. Remove and re-seat
weapon mission DTUC.
5. Re-install DTUC in
alternate DTU cavity.

Figure 7-10. OAS/MIU Master Faults (Sheet 8 of 8)

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CALCM ADVISORIES
FAULT POSSIBLE SYSTEM OPERATOR
INDICATION CAUSE RESPONSE ACTION

GPS DATA ADVISORIES

ALMANAC Almanac data retrieval for weapons tar- Missiles will not 1. Verify IU or sortie DTUC contains
DATA geted from the IU or DTUC failed. target. valid almanac data.
Less [AMI] 2. Reissue CF-559 command.
ALMANAC Almanac data has been loaded from None.
LOADED the IU or from the B-52 Mission DTUC
Less [AMI] for targeting.
CALCM ALMANAC Almanac data retrieval for CALCM Weapons will not Verify IU or DTC contains valid
LD weapon targeting from the IU or DTC target or launch. almanac data then reissue CF-559
[AMI] failed. command.
CALCM CRYPTO CALCM Crypto Key Override is not Weapons will not 1. Verify IU or DTC contains valid
KEY commanded and Crypto Key data target or launch. Crypto Key data.
[AMI] retrieval failed. 2. Enter Crypto Key data.
3. Command Crypto Key
Override.
4. Reissue CF-559 command.
CALCM GPS Almanac data has been retrieved from Normal Operation. Acknowledge advisory message.
LOADED FMS for targeting.
[AMI]
CKEY ALERT Daily B-52 Crypto Key data will expire Missiles will not 1. Determine expected mission
in two hours. target or launch. time remaining.
2. If keys are valid through the re-
mainder of the mission, continue.
3. If keys will expire prior to mission
completion, update keys through
the IUPKB.
CRYPTO KEYS CALCM Crypto Key Override is not Weapons will not 1. Verify IU or DTUC contains valid
Less [AMI] commanded and Crypto Key data target or launch. Crypto Key data.
retrieval failed. 2. Enter Crypto Key data.
3. Command Crypto Key Override.
4. Reissue CF–559 command.
DAILY KEY 1. Crypto Keys are not valid for the Missiles will not 1. Verify correct date input on
current date. target or launch. CF-61.
2. An incorrect date was input on 2. If available, input current keys
CF-61. through the IUPKB.
GPS DATA GPS navigation data is unreasonable Missiles will not 1. Verify IU or Less [AMI] sortie
or not valid. target or launch. DTUC, [AMI] DTC,contains valid
Crypto Key data.
2. Enter Crypto Key data.
3. Command Crypto Key Override.
4. Re-issue