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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-04
ACM 1 v 1 Neutral Starts
PROGRESS CHECK
Question 5 — 6.7.3.5.3
What type of engagement results when the fighter and the
bandit turn in the same direction at the pass (both in right
turns)?
ANSWER: Two-circle
Question 6 — 6.7.3.5.2
What type of engagement results when the fighter and the
bandit turn in opposite directions at the pass (one in right
turn, one in left turn)?
ANSWER: One-circle
Question 7 — 6.7.3.5.6, 6.7.3.5.5, 6.7.3.5.7
What are the significant differences between the two-circle,
one-circle, and vertical fights?
ANSWER:
1. The two-circle fight develops slower and is more forgiving
than a one-circle fight.
2. During a two-circle fight, the pilot flies a higher g profile,
covering more distance, and making it harder to keep sight.
3. The one-circle fight does not allow the pilot to use forward
firing weapons; however, it does allow the fighter to employ a
superior turn capability.
4. Since the one-circle fight is flown at less than cornering
speed, the turn radius is reduced, thereby allowing the pilot to
acquire angles on the bandit quicker than during a two-circle
fight.
5. The vertical fight is a slow-speed fight in which the pilot
trades airspeed for altitude to minimize his turn radius. The
vertical fight has very similar characteristics as the one-circle
fight.
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