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ACM 1 v 1 Defensive Maneuvering
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-03
PROGRESS CHECK
Question 20 — 6.7.3.3.5
How does a lufbery develop?
ANSWER: The lufbery is a stalemate resulting from a neutral
situation, or from a defensive situation against a similarly
performing bandit.
Sg 3, fr 2
Lesson Organization
III. Last-ditch maneuvers
ACM 1 v 1 DEFENSIVE
NOTE: Last-ditch maneuvers should only be employed as a
Maneuvering
last resort to defeat a shot by the bandit.
* Defensive concepts/
tactics
* Defensive maneuvers
A. Defensive diving spiral 6.7.3.3.6
* Last ditch
maneuvers
NOTE: A diving spiral is essentially a tight two-circle fight
Sg 13, fr 3
extremely nose-low. (Two-circle fights are explained in
Fig 7: Diving Spiral
neutral starts.)
1.
Purpose
a.
Counter in-close, medium-to-low angle off gun
attack while retaining maneuvering potential
b.
Offers escape opportunity
c.
Drive bandit into deck
2.
Application
a.
Setup: bandit nears gun employment position
and fighter’s hard or break turn proves
ineffective
b.
Conditions
(1) Sufficient altitude (10,000 ft above deck)
(05-98) Change 1
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