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ACM 1 v 1 Defensive Maneuvering
T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-03
3.
Common errors
a.
Problem: allowing bandit to pull behind 3/9 line
caused by a weak nose-low hard counterturn in
horizontal
Prevention: pull aggressively in the horizontal
to force overshoot
b.
Problem: allowing bandit to generate excessive
nose-to-tail separation caused by a delayed or
weak initial pull into vertical
Prevention: pull aggressively into vertical to
force overshoot
c.
Problem: reversing in opposite direction of
horizontal overshoot
Prevention: recognize direction of horizontal
overshoot
NOTE: Other common errors that are identical
to offensive and defensive position are included
in offensive lesson—ACMFP-02.
4.
Variations
a.
Conversion to flattened rolling scissors—occurs
when pressing to become offensive but run out
of altitude to continue offensive pursuit
NOTE: Flattening the rolling scissors will work
to the fighter’s advantage only if the fighter’s
energy state is at least equal to the bandit’s. If
bandit’s energy state is greater, the bandit can
generate sufficient vertical displacement for his
subsequent rolls, i.e., he will not be flattening
his scissors, and therefore forcing the fighter
farther in front.
(1) Continue roll through
(05-98) Change 1
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