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ACM 1 v 1 Defensive Maneuvering
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-03
(2) Reduce power and extend speed brakes
while keeping back stick pressure
(3) Roll opposite to plane of attack (initiated
with ailerons but continued with fully
deflected rudder)
(4) While inverted in roll
(a) Increase rate of roll
(b) Continue back pressure
(c) Continue rudder use to keep nose
from getting too low
(5) At 270 degrees into roll, continue to play
top rudder to control nose and check
opponent
(6) Recover nose-high into bandit by retracting
speed brakes and adding max power
c.
Advantage: usually results in greater overshoot,
possibly allowing fighter to gain offensive
position by reversing back toward bandit as
overshoot occurs
d.
Disadvantage: causes greater speed and
energy loss
NOTE: If the high-G roll over the top is begun
at too low a speed, it may leave the fighter too
slow and unmaneuverable on top, thus unable
to successfully complete the maneuver and
avoid a close-range snapshot.
3.
Underneath
Sg 13, fr 11
a.
Setup—roll underneath if speed is less than
Fig 9: High-G Roll
275 KIAS, altitude is at least 2000 ft above
Underneath
deck, and bandit within 1500 ft
(05-98) Change 1
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