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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-02
ACM 1 v 1 Offensive Maneuvering
3.
Common errors
a.
Problem: on initial overshoot, delaying turn
back into bandit results in excessive down-
range travel and possible loss of offensive
advantage
Correction: initiate turn into bandit as soon as
30 degree nose-high attitude is reached
b.
Problem: on initial overshoot, failing to get
nose-high enough resulting in excessive down-
range travel and loss of offensive advantage
Correction: Continue to pull with lift vector aft of
the bandit
c.
Problem: using excessive AOA that causes
reduced directional control and aircraft
acceleration, resulting in excessive down-range
travel and loss of offensive advantage
Correction: release back pressure and avoid
excessive buffet
d.
Problem: delaying reversal, resulting in
increased lateral separation allowing bandit
opportunity to increase AOT, compromising
offensive position
Correction: anticipate subsequent reversals
and turn early to align fuselages and stop
overshooting
e.
Problem: remaining perched high on bandit
resulting in going blind on bandit and
perpetuating overshoots
Correction: pull power while maintaining other
parameters to position for guns
NOTE: The ideal position to work a bandit in a
horizontal scissors is below and behind his
wingline with your guns sweeping through his
aircraft.
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