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Shows the basic flight controls, MFD's and central display in the gunners/co-pilot front seat. The British Army crews it's Apaches very differently to the US Army, where it is usual practise to have aircrew qualified in specific positions and the pilot in the rear seat being the aircraft commander. AAC crews are cross trained to both seats as quickly as possible and operate on a equal footing.

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