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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-04
ACM 1 v 1 Neutral Starts
IV. Integration 6.7.3.5.1
Sg 4, fr 2
Lesson Organization
ACM 1 v 1 NEUTRAL
LESSON NOTES
STARTS
* Engagement
concepts and tactics
By now, the student will have had practice in several flights and
* Head-on pass
should have an idea as to what his game plan should be based
* Engagements
* Integration
on two items: 1) his experience from practicing in the aircraft
and 2) discussion of tactics from this lesson. Therefore, open-
ended questioning techniques and multiple scenarios must be
used to lead the student through the thought processes
necessary to be successful in a neutral engagement.
Base the discussion upon one of the following techniques:
1. The instructor gives the students a setup for a neutral pass
and asks them to write their first move as well as why they
would choose that move. Then, asking one student to read,
the instructor can choose another student as the first
student’s opponent to simulate the fight. The students would
write the follow-on maneuver, based upon the response from
the opponent.
2. The instructor repeats this process, except the instructor
becomes the opponent. Have the student respond to a
preset scenario and change according to student response.
Each time the instructor or the student makes a move, they
explain the strategy and headwork as to why they chose the
maneuver.
3. Give the students the setup as before, only when you pair
students to “fight” or choose a student as your opponent,
have two students use planes on a stick to model the
engagement. This way you get more students involved and
see how well a student can plan or interpret another’s
strategy.
The IP should use scenario 1—one-circle to initiate the
integration section of this lesson. This scenario also serves as
an example for scenario 2, which the instructor may develop on
his own. Instructor questions (capitalized and boldface), placed
(05-98) Change 1
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