50. What is the procedure for a section missed approach?
a. Advance power, retract speed brakes, and rotate 10 degrees noseup.
b. After achieving a positive rate of climb and 140 KIAS, the lead signals the wingman to
raise gear and flaps/slats.
c. Both lead and wingman follow departure clearance.
51. When is a section circling approach flown?
ANSWER: If a straight-in approach is not available
DIVISION DAYTIME FLIGHT PROCEDURES--FLIGHT PROCEDURES
52. What are the significant differences between section positioning and interval takeoff, and division
positioning and interval takeoff?
ANSWER: The procedures are the same as section except there are four aircraft lined up in
"banana" echelon with Dash-2 on the parade bearing line and Dash-3 and Dash-4 aligned so
they can see the lead's cockpit.
53. What are the significant differences between section abort and division abort procedures?
ANSWER: The procedures are identical; however, there is an increased complexity with four aircraft.
54. During a division takeoff by section, how does the second section rendezvous with the first
ANSWER: The second section meets the first section at a prebriefed rendezvous point.
55. What formation does a division join in during a running rendezvous?
ANSWER: Wingmen normally join in balanced parade (fingertip) position
56. In a running rendezvous after initial takeoff, the lead climbs at constant airspeed and power
setting as briefed; wingmen normally join in ______
ANSWER: balanced parade (fingertip) formation
57. After the signal for section crossunder is passed down the line while in echelon parade,_______
executes a "V" crossunder on Dash-2 to the parade position on Dash-2, who is on lead's
wing; _______ simultaneously executes "V" crossunder on Dash-3.
ANSWER: Dash-3; Dash-4
58. When a division moves from fingertip into echelon parade using section crossunder, Dash-4 ex-
ecutes a crossunder on
ANSWER: Dash-3 as Dash-3 executes a crossunder on Dash-2