...and the expected exterior shot.
You can see from the image that all the controls are fully
articulated. I'm not exactly sure *why* since there is little or
no training value, but you have to admit, is is pretty neat. You'll notice
a little black circle at the bottom of the fuselage in line with the leading
edge of the horizontal stabilizer. This is marked "Wind Speed" and
is graded from 0 to 160 MPH in increments of 10. This may have been
used to adjust the tension on the flight controls, but there wasn't anyone
present that knew anything about it.
The simulator sits on a base that will allow it to rotate
a full 360 degrees, or so it appears. This may have been done to
simplify the system design by allowing the use of a real compass, but again
since there wasn't a "Link Expert" on hand, it will have to remain a mystery
until one of you readers points out the errors.