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ACM 1 v 1 Defensive Maneuvering
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-03
PROGRESS CHECK
Question 1 — 6.7.3.3.1
How can the fighter reduce the bandit’s offensive angular
advantage?
ANSWER: Increase angle off tail (AOT)
Question 2 — 6.7.3.3.1
How can the fighter use the 3-D environment to his
advantage?
ANSWER:
1. Force the bandit to overshoot.
2. Strategically place your lift vector.
3. Defeat the immediate firing solution.
II.
Defensive maneuvers
Sg 2, fr 2
Lesson Organization
NOTE: In this lesson, defensive maneuvers are viewed from
the defender’s perspective. Therefore, the defender is the
ACM 1 v 1 DEFENSIVE
Maneuvering
“fighter” and the attacker is the “bandit.” The associated
* Defensive concepts/
diagrams are labelled “defender” and “attacker” according to
tactics
aircraft position in the fight, not according to role.
* Defensive
maneuvers
* Last ditch maneuvers
A. Snap guns defense exercise 6.7.3.3.9
1.
Purpose: practice defending against high angle-off
guns attack while maintaining sufficient energy to
counter next attack
2.
Application
(05-98) Change 1
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