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Introduction to Tactical Formation--Section Turns
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT TFFP-02
a.
Lead: "[Flight's call sign] cross turn, [lead's call
sign] high/low"
b.
Wingman: acknowledge "[Call sign] high/low"
c.
Low man
(1) Execute a 17-unit AOA, approximately 70-
degree AOB, 300-KIAS turn in high man's
direction with nose tracking on or slightly
below horizon (same procedure as for an
in-place turn)
(2) After 90 degrees into turn, check and call
high man's "Six clear"
d.
High man
(1) Immediately goes to MRT and turns in low
man's direction at 17 units
(2) When approaching 90 degrees into turn
(a) Check and call low man's "Six clear"
(b) Overbank to pass nose low on inside
of low man's turn with approximately
1000 ft of vertical separation
e.
Wingman: pull to new heading, varying g and
nose attitude to arrive in combat spread
3.
Common errors for cross turns--wingman goes high
a.
Problem: wingman is outside lead's turn
Correction: referencing the lead, use AOB and
AOA to obtain proper crossing position
b.
Problem: wingman fails to overbank
sufficiently, causing sucked position
Correction: correct for sucked position
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