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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-04
ACM 1 v 1 Neutral Starts
II.
Head-on pass
Sg 2, fr 2
Lesson Organization
LESSON NOTES
ACM 1 v 1 NEUTRAL
STARTS
Whenever a topic is supported by both a screen projection and
* Engagement
animated video, you will have a menu. Choosing “Animation”
concepts and tactics
* Head-on pass
will begin the animated sequence. You can exercise full control
* Engagements
over the animation to show it all, pause the sequence whenever
you want to point something out, and even repeat the sequence
as necessary. Choosing “Diagram” will call up the screen
projection, which will be a ribbon diagram or spaghetti diagram
of the maneuver. Use your own discretion as to which you
show first, and continue the lesson by choosing “Continue” at
the end of the menu.
A. Fighters pass canopy to canopy with minimum lateral
Sg 2, fr 4
separation
Video: Head-on Pass
WARNING: The potential for a midair exists during a
head-on pass if pilots do not follow ACM training
rules. Head-on passes will be left-to-left unless the
situation dictates otherwise. Maintain a 500-ft bubble
around your aircraft for safe separation.
B. Set up from co-altitude, co-airspeed, wide combat spread
C. Procedure
1.
Upon flight lead’s call, take 10-degree cutaway (if
necessary) and climb to briefed altitude
2.
Once on altitude and airspeed, confirm “Airspeed
and angels”
3.
Turn to parallel heading as directed by lead
4.
Upon hearing “Fight’s on” call from the bandit, over-
bank and pull 17-unit nose-low turn toward bandit
(05-98) Change 1
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