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ACM 1 v 1 Defensive Maneuvering
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-03
1.
Be aware of 3-D environment to use to your
advantage
a.
Force bandit to overshoot
b.
Strategically place your lift vector
c.
Defeat immediate firing solution
2.
Use top of canopy to visualize lift vector right above
head (alleviates difficulty in looking over shoulder)
EXAMPLE: For a nose-low slice turn, roll to place
the top of the canopy below the horizon or the
bandit, as applicable.
3.
Maintain sight—lean forward, fly with either hand
and learn to twist in seat to maintain a near-blind
cone tally
D. Energy state (advantage)
1.
Consider excess speed and/or excess altitude
2.
Total energy advantage difficult to determine
because of possible speed differences between
fighter and bandit
3.
Compare bandit’s maneuvers in relation to own
4.
Use of egg theory
a.
Nose-low/nose-high pitchback into fight
b.
Unload to regain energy at every opportunity
c.
Use pure vertical only in advantageous situation
CAUTION: Horizontal flight and arcing turns
are contradictory to an advantageous energy
state.
(05-98) Change 1
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