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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT NFFP-01
Night Formation Flight Procedures
(1) If lead's anti-collision light appears
Sg 4, fr 4
above and midway between tail
ON BEARING LINE
light and wingtip light, forming a
triangle, wingman's aircraft is on
correct bearing
NOTE: While this position is more
sucked than the daytime bearing, it
is easier to monitor and allows
BEARING GOUGE
more margin for error.
Sg 4, fr 5
(2) If lead's anti-collision light is closer
to wingtip light, aircraft is acute
(3) If lead's anti-collision light is closer
to tail light, aircraft is sucked
c.
Execute a normal join-up, rendezvous
is complete when wingman is in IFR
ACUTE/SUCKED GOUGE
parade turn-away position
2.
Common errors
a.
Error: fixation on one light (moth
effect), poor bearing control, poor
altitude control, poor closure control, or
any combination, thereof
Correction: use "light triangle" (anti-
collision, tail, and wingtip lights) on
lead's aircraft coupled with appropriate
instrument scan; do not fixate on any
one light
b.
Error: improper bearing control due to
poor concentration on minimal visual
cues
Prevention: concentrate on changes in
light triangle that lead to proper bearing
control
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