19. During a section takeoff, the wingman maintains ________ while rolling down the
runway. ANSWER: parade bearing
20. After takeoff on a CV rendezvous, the lead begins a _______ -degree AOB climbing turn at
21. During a CV rendezvous, the wingman may use a maximum of _______ -KIAS closure to join-
up on the lead.
22. After takeoff on a CV rendezvous, as the wingman approaches the bearing line, what action
should he take to prevent going acute?
ANSWER: The wingman should reduce AOB.
23. After the join-up on a CV rendezvous, the wingman moves into the
ANSWER: parade turn-away position
24. During a running rendezvous, the wingman realizes his closure rate is too high as he nears the
join-up point. How does he correct his closure rate?
Uses speed brakes as necessary
Turns away from the lead to ensure adequate lateral separation
Keeps the lead in sight at all times
Does not pass directly above or below the lead
25. Why do you move out to a position approximately 400 ft abeam during a running rendezvous?
ANSWER: To see closure and safely join on the bearing line
26. In the running rendezvous, how much excess airspeed can the wingman initially use for closing
on the lead?
ANSWER: No more than 50 KIAS
27. During a TACAN rendezvous the lead initiates a ________ -degree AOB turn, at the TACAN fix,
in the briefed direction and altitude.
28. During a TACAN rendezvous when the wingman sees the lead, he transmits