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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT TFFP-03
Tactical Formation
5.
Flying from low to high cover--free fighter
Sg 9, fr 1
5.7.1.4.6.1
Low to High Cover
WARNING: Potential for a midair exists when
HIGH TO LOW COVER
the wingman develops excessive closure and/or
OPTIONAL SEQUENCES
loses sight of the engaged fighter. (Other aircraft
1. 3rd-Person POV
must be kept in sight.)
2. Cockpit POV
Please Select
INSTRUCTOR NOTES
Two animation sequences are available: 1) 3rd-person POV aft
of the free fighter, and 2) out of the cockpit looking forward and
up.
The low-to-high cover animation sequence also includes a
reversal in response to the bogey. More typically these will be
separate maneuvers.
a.
Reduce AOB and increase back stick
b.
Fly outside and above engaged fighter's turn
c.
Do not fly through engaged fighter's jetwash
d.
Maintain sight of engaged fighter
e.
Continue above and outside of turn until nose-
to-tail distance matches that of high cover
position (altitude)
(05-98) Change 2
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