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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-02
ACM 1 v 1 Offensive Maneuvering
f.
Problem: using excessive AOB during reversal
causes nose to drop and aircraft to accelerate
resulting in excessive down-range travel and
loss of offensive advantage
Correction: when low wing breaks horizon on
way down, apply top rudder to stop roll at 45
degrees
NOTE: At approximately 120 KIAS, the rudder
is the primary control surface used to induce or
stop rolling moments.
4.
Variations
a.
Bandit with low energy — on initial overshoot
with altitude advantage, fighter rolls into barrel
roll attack
b.
Bandit attempts to disengage
(1) Bandit’s extension fails to generate
sufficient nose-to-tail separation
(a) Fighter pulls nose down in slice turn to
reduce AOT and minimize separation
(b) Fighter remains in phase with bandit
using combination and/or variation of
high and low yo-yo’s for guns solution
NOTE: The fighter should be
cautioned not to descend too far below
the bandit during the disengagement.
This will allow the bandit to use altitude
and radial G to his advantage.
(2) Bandit generates sufficient nose-to-tail
separation, bugs out successfully, or
performs defensive pitch back 6.7.3.1.9
NOTE: See section II.B.4.b under high
yo-yo.
(05-98) Change 1
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