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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-02
ACM 1 v 1 Offensive Maneuvering
PROGRESS CHECK
Question 3 — 6.7.3.1.1
In an offensive situation you can trade ______ for ______ to
reach the weapons envelope.
ANSWER: altitude, airspeed
II.
Offensive maneuvers
Sg 2, fr 2
Lesson Organization
NOTE: In this lesson, offensive maneuvers are viewed from
the attacker’s perspective. Therefore, the attacker is the
ACM 1 v 1 OFFENSIVE
Maneuvering
“fighter” (SNP) and the defender is the “bandit” (IP). The
associated diagrams are labelled “Defender” and “Attacker”
* Offensive concepts/
tactics
according to aircraft position in the fight, not according to
* Offensive maneuvers
role.
* Disengagement/bugout
A. Snap guns exercise 6.7.3.1.8
1.
Purposepractice reaching snap guns envelope
against maneuvering bandit
2.
Application
a.
Setup: level combat spread
b.
Procedure 6.7.3.2.6.1
LESSON NOTES
Whenever a topic is supported by both a screen projection and
animated video, you will have a menu. Choosing “Animation”
will begin the animated sequence. You can exercise full control
over the animation to show it all, pause the sequence whenever
you want to point something out, and repeat the sequence as
necessary. Choosing “Diagram” will call up the screen
projection, which will be a ribbon diagram or spaghetti diagram
of the maneuver. Use your discretion as to which you show first,
and continue the lesson by choosing “Continue” at the end of
the menu.
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