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Introduction to Tactical Formation--Section Turns
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT TFFP-02
c.
Wingman starts turn wide
(1) Before crossing lead's six: initially use
more AOB than normal and lower nose to
increase airspeed
(2) After crossing lead's six: use less AOB
than normal to arrive on bearing
d.
Wingman on bearing line after passing lead's
six and before lead rolls out: raise nose to stay
on bearing without going acute
8.
Common error for turn away from wingman
a.
Problem: sucked due to insufficient AOB
initially, causing late crossing to inside lead's
turn
Corrective action: upon recognition of poten-
tially sucked position, lower nose, add power,
accelerate until on proper bearing, then raise
nose and adjust power to arrive on bearing at
300 KIAS
B. Uncalled cruise turns
1.
Purpose: to turn the section 90 degrees without the
use of radio
2.
Types
a.
Into wingman
b.
Away from wingman
3.
Procedures into and away from wingman
5.7.1.3.4.1.1
NOTE: Except for the signal, the procedure and
correctional techniques for uncalled cruise turns into
or away from wingman are identical to the cruise
turns.
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