Squadron Ops’ four networked simulators are designed to provide an immersive flight sim experience, and can shift from simulating a modern fighter to a WWII aircraft in minutes. Tear into the merge at 1,000 knots of closure in an F-15 against a friend flying a MiG-29, or pull to the buffet in a Hellcat feet off the waves of Okinawa while chasing Zeros. A HOTAS (Hands On Throttle and Stick) system that mirrors the A-10C and F-15 is topped-off with two MFDs (Multi-Function Displays) to allow easy access to all aircraft controls.
In air combat, if you lose sight, you lose the fight. Other simulators that feature projection displays or partial domes don't let you follow your opponent every moment of a dogfight. Squadron Ops' sims feature a head-tracking system which lets you look around naturally and amplifies your head movements to allow you to follow all of the action. You don't lose sight, and you don't need to use awkward key commands to change your view.