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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-02
ACM 1 v 1 Offensive Maneuvering
(b) Disadvantage
i)
Increases AOT
ii)
Causes possible high-speed
overshoot
iii) Allows possible vertical move for
bandit resulting in overshoot
2.
Bandit reaction to low yo-yo: at Fox-2 bandit breaks
into you
a.
Objective: decrease angle off and prevent
overshoot
b.
Options
(1) Maneuver 1: high yo-yo
(a) Advantage
i)
reduces closure rate
ii)
potential for overshoot
iii) AOT
(b) Disadvantage: may result in excessive
nose-to-tail separation
(2) Maneuver 2: displacement roll
(a) Advantage: reduces closure and AOT
(b) Disadvantage: may cause overshoot
to lag position
3.
Bandit reaction to high yo-yo: bandit generates in-
close overshoot and executes nose-high reversal
a.
Objective: decrease down-range travel to
maintain offensive advantage
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