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ACM 1 v 1 Defensive Maneuvering
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-03
IV. Integration 6.7.3.3
Sg 4, fr 2
Lesson Organization
ACM 1 v 1 DEFENSIVE
Maneuvering
LESSON NOTES
* Defensive concepts/
tactics
The following engagement scenarios are designed to help the
* Defensive maneuvers
* Last ditch maneuvers
SNPs understand how a defensive maneuver may be applied
and subsequently connected to other maneuvers in the air
combat arena. The “Initial scenario” sets the conditions. The
“Objective” identifies the SNP’s ultimate goal given those
conditions. “Options” list the most logical choice of maneuvers
to accomplish the goal.
Conduct an open-ended discussion, drawing answers from the
SNPs on what and why they selected certain maneuvers.
Discuss how that maneuver or combination of maneuvers will
accomplish the objective. Continue and build on the “Bandit
reactions” to link all the maneuvers in the lesson. Eventually
the discussions should lead the SNPs to more independent
thinking.
Allow adequate time for discussion.
A. Goal: to react with appropriate defensive maneuver in
order to turn a defensive situation to neutral situation or
better
B. Engagement 1
1.
Initial scenario: bandit pursues from low to medium
AOT and commits to low, then high yo-yo (bandit
outside weapons max range/envelope)
a.
Objective: neutralize bandit’s offensive
situation
b.
Options
(1) Maneuver 1: hard turn nose-low into bandit
(05-98) Change 1
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