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ACM 1 v 1 Defensive Maneuvering
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-03
(5) Early turn at the pass if bandit allows
G. Lufbery 6.7.3.3.5
1.
Description
a.
Results from neutral situation or one developing
from defensive situation against similar
performance bandit
b.
Considered a stalemate
2.
Disengagement—especially in low-altitude situation
NOTE: This disengagement maneuver requires a
great amount of time and fuel. Normally during your
syllabus flights, the lufbery will be terminated early.
NOTE: A one-move disengagement should not be
performed as the lateral separation and AOT are
usually not great enough to prevent the bandit from
gaining the advantage.
a.
Begin series of unloads and pullbacks to gain
airspeed and nose-to-tail separation
(1) Reduce AOA momentarily, to an unloaded
condition
(2) Maintain AOB to disguise extension
maneuver
(3) Pull back into bandit to stabilize AOT
b.
With sufficient airspeed and nose-to-tail
separation, execute bugout or defensive
pitchback
c.
If disengagement is unsuccessful, then another
guns defense maneuver can ensue
(05-98) Change 1
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