Air Combat Maneuvering
Bogey: Bogey knock it off.
Engaged fighter: Crane knock it off.
Free fighter: Sage knock it off. Heading 270.
A second scenario in the no-switch
exercise, Figure 32, is where the bogey
attacks from the rear quarter with low
angles off, outside the section. The
tactical lead immediately calls for a hard
or break turn, whichever is more
appropriate, for the most threatened
member of section. The free fighter must
immediately turn to threaten the bogey
and press for a quick-kill. As a free
fighter, you must take the pressure off
your wingman by intimidating the bogey
with your nose. He will have to either
switch or die. Meanwhile, the engaged
fighter fights the best possible 1 v 1
Figure 32: NO-SWITCH QUICK-KILL ENGAGEMENT
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