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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-04
ACM 1 v 1 Neutral Starts
b.
Appropriate responses—various answers
NOTE: There are multiple predictions that
could be brought up by the SNP. The instructor
may comment on any or all of those; however,
he should emphasize the most feasible pre-
diction which is listed directly below under “new
conditions.”
5.
New conditions—after executing nose-high reversal,
look back to your left and find the bandit in a nose-
low energy sustaining turn
6.
Objective: Use smaller turn radius to gain additional
angles
7.
Fighter action
a.
INSTRUCTOR QUESTION—“What action do
you take?”
b.
Appropriate response—roll over the top of
bandit maintaining established vertical
separation and perform a nose-low slicing turn
(1) Advantages
(a) INSTRUCTOR QUESTION—“Why
did you choose that action?” or
“How can that help you in your
offensive engagement?” or “What
does this do for you?”
(b) Appropriate responses
i)
Vertical separation allows for early
turn using radial g and energy
gain
ii)
Possible lost sight situation for
bandit
iii) Sun may mask your position
(05-98) Change 1
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