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(2) Plan, brief, and lead a day high-low-high DR navigation
(3) Navigate and perform as both wingman and leader during a
night section, medium altitude DR navigation exercise.
I. Air-to-Ground Weapons.
After this stage, the student will
be able to:
(1) Control the aircraft in the execution of 30-degree and
10-degree delivery patterns as member of a multi-plane flight.
(2) Manage weapon system, communication, mutual support.
(3) Demonstrate flight leadership tasks in a dynamic multi-
plane exercise while achieving prescribed weapon delivery
accuracy's, as solo during day VMC.
J. Tactical Formation.
After this stage, the student will be
(1) Control the aircraft in execution of combat spread and
"loose deuce" (non-engaged) formation maneuvers as solo in day
(2) Integrate communication (voice and visual), look-out,
mutual support, navigation, and leadership tasks without
compromising aircraft control.
K. Night Formation.
After this stage, the student will be able
(1) Control the aircraft during basic, section formation
maneuvers, and landing approaches as solo pilot during night
(2) Perform night air-to-air rendezvous.
(NOT APPLICABLE TO THIS CURRICULUM)
After this stage, the student will be able to:
(1) Maneuver the aircraft through all parameters of the high
side air-to-air gunnery pattern.
(2) Maintain proper positioning relative to other pattern