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T-45C TS, ADV & IUT ACMFP-04
ACM 1 v 1 Neutral Starts
b.
Very unforgiving fight—mistakes may mean you
lose
c.
Difficult to disengage
d.
Limits weapons capabilities
4.
Execution
a.
At pass
(1) Adjust lift vector taking out lateral/vertical
separation
(2) Reverse turn (nose attitude depends upon
aircraft type and energy state)
b.
Look aft in direction of turn to maintain sight of
bandit
NOTE: The bandit should first appear a quarter
turn across the circle, and become progressive-
ly easier to see as the turn continues.
5.
Common errors
a.
Problem: delaying reversal, resulting in bandit’s
gaining offensive
Prevention: reverse immediately after pass
b.
Problem: using excessive AOA, resulting in
loss of energy and maneuverability
Prevention: reduce AOA
C. Vertical
Sg 11, fr 21
Fig 3: Vertical Fight
1.
Definition—one or both fighters pull up vertically and
start/continue fight—typically ending in one-circle
fight 6.7.3.5.4
(05-98) Change 1
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