KeyboardsProvides rapid access and input for many system functions, modes and controls.
Flight Director Control PanelProvides multichannel flight director control functions for speed selection, altitude, heading, tracking, flight path and more.
Standby Flight DisplayProvides essential information in the event of a failure rendering the MFDs inoperative,I Think!I'm still researching on this display, and the one next door.
Landing Gear Control UnitThe Main Gear retracts forward and up while the Nose Gear retracts aft and up. Below 60kts airspeed and 200ft radar (60m) altitude, warnings will activate on this panel, if the gear is not down..
Fire Suppression PanelHas Fire annunciators and  a NORM/ARM T-handle for each Engine.
The V-22 Osprey is a multi-engine, dual-piloted, self-deployable, medium lift, vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) tiltrotor aircraft designed for combat, combat support, combat service support, and Special Operations missions worldwide. Once airborne, its engine nacelles can be rotated to convert the aircraft to a turboprop airplane capable of high-speed, high-altitude flight. This combination allows the V-22 to fill an operational niche no other aircraft can approach. The V-22's cockpit features side-by-side seating for the pilot and co-pilot. Each crewmember is considered redundant in that each has a complete set of controls necessary to fly the aircraft. Each crewmember is seated in an armored bucket seat. Construction is of boron carbide/spectra 1000B and has a ballistic V50 rating of 2700 ft/sec for 0.30 cal. In addition, each crew member is protected by an armored vest with the same ballistic rating as the seat armor. The Osprey can carry 24 combat troops, or up to 20,000 pounds of internal cargo or 15,000 pounds of external cargo, at twice the speed of a helicopter. It features a cross- coupled drive system so either engine can power the rotors if one engine fails. For shipboard compatibility, the rotors fold and the wing rotates to minimize the aircraft’s footprint for storage. The V-22 is the only vertical lift platform capable of rapid self- deployment to any theater of operation, worldwide. Primary function:          Amphibious assault transport of troops, equipment and supplies Prime Contractor(s):     Boeing Defense and Space Group, Philadelphia, PA                     Bell Helicopter Textron, Ft Worth, TX                     Allison Engine Company, Indianapolis, IN Variants:             CV-22 will be utilized by the Air Force for their Special Operations missions                      MV-22 will be utilized by the Marine Corp                     HV-22 will be used Navy for Combat Search and Rescue and fleet logistics support. Length:             57' 4" - Spread, 63' 0" - Folded Width:             84' 7" - Spread, 18' 5" - Folded, 38 feet 1 inch - Individual Tilt-rotor Diameter Height:             22' 1" - Spread, 18' 1" - Folded Weights:                     33,140 lb (15,032) Empty weight                             52,600 lbs (23,860 kg) Takeoff, Vertical Takeoff/Landing (VTOL)                             57,000 lbs (24,948 kg) Takeoff, Short Takeoff/Landing (STOL)                             60,500 lbs (27,443 kg) Takeoff, Self Deploy STO (Maximum Take-Off)                             10,000 lbs (4,536 kg) Cargo hook, single                             15,000 lbs (6,804 kg) Cargo hook, dual Max fuel capacity:     2,037 gal/13,850 lbs                             1,228 gals (4,649 liters) Sponsons                             787 gals (2,979 liters) Wing                             2,436 gals (9,221 liters) Aux, self-deployment Propulsion:             Two AE1107C Rolls-Royce Allison @ 6,150 shp (4,586 kW) Transmissions:             Takeoff {USMC}, 4,570 shp (3,408 kW)                             Takeoff {USN}, 4,970 shp (3,706 kW)                             Takeoff {USAF}, 4,970 shp (3,706 kW)                             1 engine inoperative, 5,920 shp (4,415 kW) Range:                     200nm Pre-Assault Raid with 18 troops                             200nm Land Assault with 24 troops                             50 nm (x2) Amphibious Assault                             500 nm Long Range SOF Missions (USAF/CV-22)                             2,100 nm Self Deploy (with one refueling)                     50 nm External Lift Operations with 10,000 lb load  Airspeed:                     240 kts Cruise speed (MV-22)                             230 kts Cruise speed (CV-22)                             275 KTAS Cruise speed (3000'/91.5 deg F)                             305 KTAS Max speed (15,000' /45 deg F)  Rate of Climb:             1,090 fpm (332 m/m) Vertical rate of climb, SL                             2,320 fpm (707 m/m) Max rate of climb, SL Ceiling:                     25,000 ft (7,925 m) Service Ceiling                             11,300 ft (3,444 m) Service Ceiling, OEI                             14,200 ft (4,328 m) HOGE Cabin provisions:     24 troops/12 litters Rescue hoist capacity:  600 lbs Cargo floor limit:     300 PSF Milestones:             First Flight - March 19, 1989                             First Sea Trials - USS Wasp (LHD-1), December, 1990, Aircraft # 3 & 4                             First EMD Flight - February 5, 1997                             2nd Sea Trials - USS Saipan (LHA-2), January, 1999, Aircraft #10                             First LRIP Delivery - May 25, 1999                             OPEVAL - Scheduled October, 1999 to May, 2000                             Full Rate Production - First Quarter, 2001                             IOC - USMC - 2001                                     IOC - US SOCOM - 2004 END
Control Display Unit / Engine, Instruments, Crew Alerting System (CDU / EICAS)Used to display Cautions and Warnings, graphical depictions of systems and diagnose faults.
Flap Control PanelFlaps Up, Flaps Down and everything in between.
Blade Fold / Wing Stow Button (BFWS)Reduces the dimensions of the V-22 for Storage or Elevator movement. When this button is held in the depressed position, the folding action will automatically be performed, powered by the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) or alternatively by a ground power unit.
Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Control PanelProvides power to start the engines.Also used to run accessories while engines are shut down.
Color Threat Situational Awareness DisplayAN/APR-39 IndicatorRadar Warning System. Displays 360-degree coverage, automatically detecting and identifing threat types, bearing and lethality.
Parking Brake HandleDon't forget to set the parking brakes.
Battery Indicator PanelAnybody got some spare batteries.
I wonder what's back there in Cargo.
Flight Control PanelYour guess is as good as mine.
UnknownI haven't got the foggiest idea.
Inter-Communication System (ICS)Control PanelAllows communication within the aircraft via Headphones with boom microphones and Push-To-Talk buttons. It also permits monitoring of Radio traffic and some transmission capability from within the cabin. There are 2 AN/ARC210(V) radio possessing voice and data communication with satellite communications (SATCOM) on VHF and UHF channels with anti-jam and encryption features.
Cargo Hook / Hoist Control PanelControls the Hoist system which is mounted to the forward cabin bulkhead adjacent to the crew door.
Engine Control PanelMy guess is that it has something to do with the engines.But what do I know!
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Emergency Oxygen PanelI got a feeling that things must be really bad if you have to use this panel.
Wow, what a beautiful day it is. Look at that sky.
Rearview MirrorAhhh, I think I see a missile coming up our butt.Maybe we should do something about that.
Ramp Door Control PanelRaise and lower the Ramp door, including Indicator lights.
Fuel Dump PanelFor those moments when you just no longer need that fuel.
AN / ARC-210 Manual Radio Control PanelLots and lots of radio traffic.
I don't know about you, but I would like to take this puppy for a spin.
Rearview MirrorI think I got a pimple!
Nose Wheel Steering PanelI think that this activates/deactivates the steering system for towing.
Standby Magnetic CompassBackup
Ejection HandleEject!    Eject!
Flightplan Display Unit (FDU)Displays the flight-planner route mode of the Texan II GPS system.
Helmet HooksStorage
Master Alert Switch / IndicatorLighted button that alert crewmembers to observe a Warning / Caution message.
Ejection HandleMmmm, I wonder what would happen if I pulled this.
Primary Flight Control System (PFCS)Fail / Reset Switch & IndicatorIndicates that there has been a primary flight control system failure, with reset.
UnknownHaven't figured this one out yet.It sits were the Standby Instuments use to be,plus you have the standby display to the left.Confusing
Multifunction Displays (MFD)MFDs are individually programmable to provide flight symbology, communications, navigation, sensor video and system status displays. There are 19 bezel keys surrounding each screen allowing selection of modes or functions, each on their own layer or page.  There is a cursor control on both Cyclic Grips that lets each pilot select the mode for the switches and which MFD is being addressed.  There are 5 main flight display modes or top layers:• Primary Flight Display with FLIR• Primary Flight Display without FLIR• Vertical Situation Display with FLIR• Vertical Situation Display without FLIR• Hover/Transitional Flight Display Navigation functions include:• Horizontal Situation Display (HSD) with Moving Map• HSD Control Functions• Flight Plan Sequencing• Navigation (NAV) Aid Selection• NAV Update/Store• NAV System Setup• Digital Map System (DMS) Controls The FLIR functions include:• FLIR Display• FLIR Controls• FLIR Setup Layers Status functions provde graphical status pages of aircraft system functions and textual status pages.  Click When Finished
Remote Frequency Indicator SelectorI think this visually shows the exact numerical frequency of a remote or connected tuner receiver.
 V-22 Osprey Tiltrotor Tactical Transport
Sensor / Cursor, Slew / Capture.
Cursor Slew / Map Pan Select.
Center On Cursor.
Range / Scale Select.
Provisional TriggerOn back of Grip
 V-22 Osprey Multifunction Track Handle Control Panel
CaptureOn back of Grip
Function Cancel.
Click or Tap outside of the Track HandleTo Go Back
Click or Tap outside of the Cyclic GripTo Go Back
Trim REF.
Multifunction Display (MFD)Used to select various functions, settings and modes.
HMDThis may represent Helmet Mounted Display.But that's a big guess!
 V-22 Osprey Cyclic Grip
Cargo REF.
ICS RadioUsed in conjunction with the InterCommunication System and Radio.On Front of Grip
Forward-Looking Infrared (FLIR) Slew / Capture.
Nacelle Control Thumbwheel.
Altitude Reference.
Go Around.
 V-22 Osprey Thrust Control Lever Grip
Thrust Control Lever (TCL) Overtravel.
Click or Tap outside of the Thrust LeverTo Go Back
Searchlight Control.
CMDS Dispense.