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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-02
ACM 1 v 1 Offensive Maneuvering
(2) If bandit decreases turn rate to extend,
lower nose and roll toward bandit to
maintain nose-to-tail
b.
Bandit successfully generates high AOT and
attempts to disengage
(1) Fighter forces bandit into defensive pitch
back by pulling nose down in slice turn
reducing AOT, minimizing separation, and
arriving at bandit’s 6 in phase prior to
bandit’s pitch back
NOTE: Minimum lateral separation will
force the bandit into a defensive nose-high
pitch back and make it difficult for the
bandit to keep sight.
(2) When bandit initiates nose-high pitch back
into direction of fighter, fighter times his
vertical move to maintain offensive
advantage 6.7.3.1.9
(a) If bandit generates only minimum
lateral separation, fighter attempts to
remain in phase with bandit using
combinations/variations of high and
low yo-yo’s for guns solution
(b) If bandit generates lateral separation,
fighter attempts to lead-turn bandit in
the vertical, using proper control input
to align fuselage
NOTE: If the fighter creates lateral
separation by positioning below and
offset of the bandit’s extended 6 prior
to the bandit’s pitch back, such
separation will allow the bandit to slice
turn into the fighter without substantial
energy loss.
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