MIL-STD-1295 Revision A, June 26, 1984
HUMAN FACTORS ENGRG.DESIGN CRITERIA,HELICPTR.COKPT
Includes all amendments and changes through Cancellation Notice 1, May 18, 1996
Additional Comments: CNCL NO S/S
This standard establishes general information, symbology, and display format requirements for hover, position, transition, cruise and weapon delivery modes of rotary-wing aircraft missions.
The purpose of this standard is to establish human factors design criteria for symbolic and alphanumeric information used on electronically and optically generated airborne displays. Electronically and optically generated displays are those in which an image is presented to the observer directly on the image-generating surface or indirectly through an optical projection system. The symbolic presentation provides flight combat and cargo-handling information with or without video imagery for rotary-wing aircraft . Weapon status and fault detection/location status messages may also be presented. This standard is restricted to those display devices used in aircraft for the purpose of flight or mission control. Separate radar or electronic warfare displays are not included.