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Introduction to Tactical Formation--Section Turns
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT TFFP-02
b.
Problem: after turn, wingman is sucked and
wide due to improper AOB and airspeed control
Correction: lower nose and turn into lead to
achieve combat spread
6.
Procedure away from wingman 5.7.1.3.3.2.1
WARNING: If wingman commences cruise turn
away from an acute/close position and does not
get nose behind the lead while turning for the
2000-ft window, the geometry of the wingman's
flight path will take the aircraft very close to the
lead, thus causing potential for a midair.
Wingman
Lead
Figure 5: CRUISE TURNS AWAY
Sg 2, fr 10
a.
Lead: "[Call sign] right/left 90"
Fig 5: Cruise Turns
Away
b.
Wingman: acknowledge "Two"
c.
Lead: begin 30-degree AOB turn, maintain
altitude and 300 KIAS
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