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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT NFFP-01
Night Formation Flight Procedures
(2) Wingman declines lead
(a) If external lights operative,
continue flying wingman, do
not change lights, and signal
"No" with flashlight
(b) If external lights inoperative,
signal "No" with flashlight
d.
Lead: when wingman assumes lead,
move back to IFR parade position
2.
Common error
a.
Error: angling into/away from new lead
due to lack of visual cues during lead
change
Prevention: realize that visual cues will
be difficult to recognize so be very
exact with aircraft control
VI. Lost-sight procedures 3.7.1.5.1
Sg 6, fr 2
NIGHT FORMATION FLIGHT
A.
If radios operative
PROCEDURES
1.
Aircraft transmits "[Call sign], lost-sight"
*
Night formation visual signals
*
Ground procedures
2.
Other aircraft
*
Takeoff and field departure
*
Initial rendezvous
*
Fundamental maneuvers
a.
Confirm visual contact (utilize strobes,
*
Lost sight procedures
if necessary) and direct join-up or
*
Recovery and landing
b.
Confirm mutual lost-sight
(1) Lead: direct TACAN rendezvous
(2) Wingman
(a) Ensure 500 ft below lead's
briefed altitude
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