HARM steht für High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missle (dt.: Hochgeschwindigkeits-Anti-Radar-Rakete).
Ein Beispiel ist die AGM-88 HARM, welche bei der F/A-18C verwendet werden kann.
Heading, Altitude, Time
A method of conducting a turn at a waypoint during navigation. This occurs twice, Before the turning point is the Pre-HAT and after the turning point is the Post-HAT
ALTITUDE - Check if there is a required change of altitude for the next leg and the associated Safety Altitude.
TIME - If running individual leg timing, reset the clock. If running continuous timing for the route, note the time at the waypoint.
At the waypoint, Restart the clock (if required), Lookout and Turn.... JUST Lookout and Turn until rolling out on heading. Do NOTHING else.
HEADING - After rolling out, check you have rolled out on your wind adjusted heading.
ALTITUDE - Adjust your altitude for the next leg.
TIME - Ensure the clock is running or if you forgot to note the time at the waypoint take the time now and add a few second for the turn.
Mission type High Value Asset Protection Combat Air Patrol: A/A mission designed to protect Aircraft like Tankers or AWACS.
Hands on Throttle and Stick
HOTAS is the name for a control concept to increase flight safety, in which all control elements essential for flight performance are mounted on the Control stick and the Throttle.
Horizontal Situation Indicator
Head Up Display
A display device to project information into the pilot's field of view so that he can simultaneously keep an eye on the surroundings outside the aircraft / helicopter when reading.