What is the primary indication that an underrun is necessary?
ANSWER: Uncontrolled closure rate or extreme acuteness nearing join-up
The wingman begins an underrun by simultaneously leveling wings, lowering the nose, reducing
power, and _____
ANSWER: extending speed brakes
If the lead signals a lead change, what should the wingman do if he cannot accept it? ANSWER:
Shake head no
After acceptance of the lead change, what action does the new lead take?
ANSWER: Maintains airspeed, altitude and heading until the new wingman moves into
parade position; then the new lead passes the fuel-check signal.
Describe the section cruise position for a wingman in straight and level flight.
ANSWER: The wingman's aircraft is 45 degrees off the lead's aircraft with a stepdown of 15
ft and nose-to-tail separation of 20 ft.
When moving from outside to inside the lead's turn during a cruise turn away, how does the
wingman maintain proper position?
ANSWER: The wingman reduces power slightly and decreases angle of bank.
During a cruise turn into, what does the wingman have to do in order to slide toward the lead's
ANSWER: Simultaneously and smoothly reduce power and may slightly lag lead's rate of roll.
When performing section cruise aerobatics, the lead will start by increasing _____ to establish a
climb and maintain a minimum airspeed of ______ and a minimum of ______ percent power.
ANSWER: g; 150 KIAS; 92
What is the normal break interval for the wingman during a VFR overhead entry?
ANSWER: 4 seconds
SECTON DAYTIME FLIGHT PROCEDURES--APPROACHES
49. How is the section approach different from the individual instrument approach?
a. Flight penetrates and executes instrument approach in IFR parade position