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ACM 1 v 1 Defensive Maneuvering
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-03
F. Disengagement/bugout 6.7.3.3.8
1.
Defensive considerations (purpose and definition)
a.
Purpose
(1) Take advantage of maximum angles off
(2) Increase separation for purpose of bugout
or pitchback/slice turn into fight
b.
Conditions for disengagement
(1) Fighting a better plane(s) and/or pilot(s)
(disengage and bug out)
(2) Running low on fuel (disengage and bug
out)
(3) Sustaining a hit (disengage and bug out)
(4) Up against superior numbers (disengage
and bug out)
(5) Wanting to redefine fight (disengage)
c.
General disengagement factors/techniques—
apply to various defensive maneuvers
(1) Disengage at maximum TCA, minimum
lateral separation, then lower nose and
extend
(2) Unload immediately with 5-10 units AOA
(3) Attempt to keep bandit in sight at all times
(a) If necessary, maintain AOB (wing
down/top rudder technique)
(b) Avoid arcing
(4) Altitude awareness
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