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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-04
ACM 1 v 1 Neutral Starts
c.
Adjust lift vector, taking out lateral/vertical
separation and early turn if possible
NOTE: If you do not regain sight of the bandit
within 90 degrees of turn, call “Lost sight.” The
instructor will begin talking your eyes back on to
him. When you regain sight, call “Tally.” Do
not release the g on the aircraft (arc) while
attempting to regain sight.
NOTE: As the engagement progresses, the
aircraft will probably lose altitude, and the hard
deck will become a factor. Both aircraft will
begin to lose airspeed, while they maintain
altitude, and start to arc. A smart pilot will
change to another type of fight at this point.
5.
Common errors
a.
Problem: delaying turn across bandit’s tail
Prevention: begin turn early to cross tail
immediately after pass
b.
Problem: allowing airspeed to increase or not
pulling maximum g available resulting in arcing
turn
Prevention: maintain cornering speed at maxi-
mum g
c.
Problem: allowing airspeed to decrease
resulting in loss of energy and reduced turn rate
Prevention: ensure nose-low turn to maintain
cornering speed
B. One-circle
Sg 11, fr 13
Fig 2: One-Circle
1.
Definition—at initial pass, fighter and bandit turn in
Fight
opposite direction (one goes right, one goes left)
6.7.3.5.2
(05-98) Change 1
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