T-45A UJPT, ADV, & IUT TFFP-03
Point out that the amount of pull is dependent upon the amount of vertical
split or nose-to-tail. For the example listed below, Murph arrives in low
cover as the free fighter and Torch is the engaged fighter.
Call sign/message - for example: "Torch's guns are
jammed, can you engage?"
Response: call sign/message - for example: "Murph's
As engaged fighter pulls off -- for example: "Torch is free"
Free fighter pulls in on bandit's six and calls role --for
example: "Murph's engaged at your left 8, bandit's on my
nose, half mile"
New free fighter maneuvers to high cover, then defines
role--for example, "Torch is free tally, visual, six clear"
New engaged fighter tracks bandit and obtains firing
WARNING: Potential for a midair exists during the engaged
fighter's reversal when the free fighter in high cover keeps
the aircraft loaded up and buries the nose below the
horizon while executing a displacement roll.
Bandit may reverse anytime during exercise; when this
happens, engaged fighter will call the reverse
Reversal with free fighter in high cover
(1) Engaged fighter calls bandit reversal--for example,