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Introduction to Tactical Formation--Section Turns
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT TFFP-02
(2) After lead crosses wingman's six: use
more AOB than normal because heading
differential is less than normal at cross
b.
Wingman starts turn sucked
(1) Before lead crosses wingman's six: use
more AOB than normal and lower nose to
increase airspeed
(2) After lead crosses wingman's six: use less
AOB than normal
c.
Wingman starts turn wide
(1) Before lead crosses wingman's six: initially
use less AOB than normal
(2) After lead crosses wingman's six: use
more AOB than normal
d.
Wingman starts turn close
(1) Before lead crosses wingman's six: initially
use more AOB than normal
(2) After lead crosses wingman's six: use less
AOB than normal
e.
Wingman on bearing line before lead rolls out:
lower nose to increase speed and increase
AOB to maintain relative position until lead rolls
out
5.
Common errors for turn into wingman
a.
Problem: after turn, wingman is acute and
close due to improper AOB and airspeed
control
Correction: pull nose up and turn away from
lead to achieve combat spread
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