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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT NFFP-01
Night Formation Flight Procedures
2.
Common error
a.
Error: improper taxi interval due to
lack of normal visual cues and fixation
on aircraft lights
Prevention/correction: constant
attention to all visual cues available
and scan for relative motion
III. Takeoff and field departure
Sg 3, fr 2
A.
Positioning and interval takeoff procedures
NIGHT FORMATION FLIGHT
3.5.8.2.1, 3.5.10.2.1.2
PROCEDURES
*
Night formation visual signals
NOTE: All night takeoffs are essentially
*
Ground procedures
instrument/ITO from rotation until airborne.
*
Takeoff and field departure
*
Initial rendezvous
1.
Lead: take downwind side of runway
*
Fundamental maneuvers
*
Lost sight procedures
2.
Wingman: take upwind side of runway, turn
*
Recovery and landing
off anti-collision light until runup checks are
complete and ready to roll
NOTE: IFF remains on standby unless
executing an individual takeoff.
3.
Lead and wingman: when cleared for
takeoff, complete runup and check
procedures
4.
Wingman: when ready to roll, turn on anti-
collision light
5.
Lead: commence takeoff roll
6.
Wingman: wait no less than 7 seconds (or
as briefed) and roll
7.
Lead and wingman: perform night takeoff
as in Night Familiarization stage
8.
Wingman: when VFR and safely airborne,
divide attention between instruments and
outside to acquire lead visually
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