primary instrument (Head-Up display) was nearly identical in both conventional and candidate crewstations. However, as the pilots begin to transition from the CAP Phase to the intercept phase, there does appear to be an increasing dissociation in GIM SA scores between the two crewstations. This will be examined in more detail with further development of the GIM technique.
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