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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-04
ACM 1 v 1 Neutral Starts
LESSON NOTES (cont)
in both scenarios, serve as sample questions. As appropriate,
the IP should ask additional questions about overriding concerns
of energy, angles, range, and dimensional plane. Instructor
questions also serve as examples of questioning techniques for
the IP. It is imperative that open-ended questioning techniques
lead the student through the thought processes necessary to be
successful in ACM. Appropriate responses have been listed for
the instructor questions. These “correct” responses were
selected by ACM SMEs. Throughout this lesson, several
responses may be brought out by the student. The instructor
must address those specific answers as they apply to the
scenario.
A. Scenario 1—one-circle
Sg 4, fr 4
1.
Conditions
a.
Disengaging from a fight, you lose sight of your
wingman
b.
Proceeding to your briefed rendezvous point,
you spot a bandit at 1 o’clock, level at 3 nm
c.
Bandit maneuvers his nose toward your aircraft
2.
Objective: minimize lateral separation and, if pos-
sible, maneuver for offensive advantage
NOTE: Given these circumstances and depending
on your mission as a single fighter, if possible,
disengage at the pass.
3.
Fighter action
a.
INSTRUCTOR QUESTION—“What action do
you take?”
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