Review of the ONav FTI
How do you know which spoke to follow?
ANSWER: Draw your spokes from recognizable points,
keeping about a 10 degree difference. Follow a heading from a
recognizable checkpoint. If there are no recognizable
checkpoints, fly your planned heading from the coast-in point.
Low altitude attacks 184.108.40.206.1
Sg 5, fr 2
Sg 5, fr 4
Low dive angle minimizes exposure time to ground
Fig 8: Target
High dive angle maximizes accuracy of attack and
effectiveness of weapons
NOTE: Performed only on road recce flight events;
not permitted by students at low altitude.
Sg 6, fr 2
Follow road, railroad, river, etc. within training route
Tactical lead (TACLEAD) in level flight at 300
Wingman flies a position either side of
TACLEAD, 4000 ft abeam and stepped up
NOTE: Procedures and techniques for flying
learned in TacForm apply, but the distances
and altitudes vary (abeam distance is roughly
half that used in the TacForm/ACM stages).