T-45A UJPT, ADV, & IUT ACMFP-01
Introduction to ACM
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As a major element of America's first line of defense, pilots involved in
incidents like this one spend many hours, day and night, to be prepared for
that moment. They already know what you are about to find out.
ACM is not something that you learn quickly. You will not become an ace by
the end of the ACM block of instruction. You will, however, learn several
concepts that will take years to perfect: 1) speed is life--never reach a point
where you end up out of airspeed and ideas; 2) know your aircraft to make
the enemy fight your fight, not vice versa; 3) your game plan and your
reactions in an engagement must be executed automatically; 4) the best
fighters press the edge of their operating envelope all the time.