(Figure 10). The wingman continues the turn by varying AOB and g based upon the leads turn.
After 90 degrees, the wingman will check the leads six and call, Six clear. When the lead reac-
quires the wingman visually, he checks the wingmans six and calls, Visual, six clear. The
wingman then continues to maneuver for combat spread. Remember to make corrections for
positional deviation after the first 90 degrees of turn. Failure to correct then causes you to end up
out of position.
Figure 10: IN-PLACE TURN AWAY FROM WINGMAN
Into the Wingman
The lead initiates the turn by calling, [Call sign], in-place right/left. The wingman acknowledges,
[Two]. Both lead and wingman go to MRT and begin engaging (energy-sustaining) turns of
180 degrees while maintaining 300 KIAS, 14 units AOA, and approximately 70 degrees AOB
Figure 11: IN-PLACE TURN INTO WINGMAN