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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-02
ACM 1 v 1 Offensive Maneuvering
(a) Pull up wings level into vertical
(b) Make all heading changes (horizontal
turns) by rolling off after reaching
desired vertical attitude
(2) Trade airspeed for altitude to reduce
forward vector
(3) Amount of acceleration depends on
bandit’s relative position to fighter
NOTE: Keep the lift vector perpendicular to
other aircraft throughout maneuver except
when taking advantage of vertical to reduce
forward vector.
(a) Monitor AOA to avoid buffet
(b) Control airspeed gain in pullout to
maintain the advantage
(4) Maintaining the advantage
(a) Use 17-21 units AOA (lead pursuit)
over top of each loop
(b) Maintain 14-17 units AOA (lag pursuit)
along bottom of each loop, i.e., max
AOA without buffet
d.
Effects of radial G
(1) Neutralillusionary advantages/
disadvantages
(a) Perspective as bottom aircraft
greater airspeed and bigger turn radius
gives appearance of being forced out
in front of top aircraft
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