T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-01
Introduction to ACM
As a major element of Americas first line of defense, pilots
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involved in incidents like this one spend many hours, day and
night, to be prepared for that moment. They already know what
you are about to find out.
ACM is not something that you learn quickly. You will not become
an ace by the end of the ACM block of instruction. You will,
however, learn several concepts that will take years to perfect:
1) speed is life never reach a point where you end up out of
airspeed and ideas; 2) know your aircraft to make the enemy fight
your fight, not vice versa; 3) your game plan and your reactions in
an engagement must be executed automatically; 4) the best
fighters press the edge of their operating envelope all the time.
This lesson enables you to utilize ACM principles, terminology,
and symbology during your preparation for ACM engagements.
In this lesson you will be studying:
ACM overview real world and training command
ACM terminology and symbology
ACM training rules
ACM use of HUD
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