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T-34C PRIMARY FORMATION FLIGHT TRAINING
CHAPTER THREE
Breakup and Rendezvous Common Errors
Lead
1.
Fails to monitor Wing during the rendezvous.
2.
Fails to clear for the formation during the breakup and rendezvous.
3.
Fails to maintain airspeed, bank angle, and altitude during the rendezvous.
Wing
1.
Fails to maintain airspeed.
2.
Fails to hold Lead on the horizon on the rendezvous.
3.
Flies through the 45 and 60 bearing lines and becomes acute.
4.
Confuses the proper bank angle corrections. For example, when acute with excessive
closure, Wing incorrectly increases bank angle instead of decreasing bank angle.
5.
Uses large corrections to the bearing line and never stabilizes. Fails to recognize relative
motion and overshoots the 60 bearing line without stabilizing.
6.
ACCEPTS AN UNSAFE SITUATION AND DOES NOT INITIATE AN UNDERRUN!
Breakup and Rendezvous Keys to Success
Lead
1.
Pick a clear area where you can initiate the breakup and rendezvous and still remain in the
area.
2.
Focus on being a smooth platform for Wing, maintain 150 KIAS, 20 of bank, and altitude.
Wing
1.
Focus on holding Lead on the horizon.
2.
Detect relative motion and deviations from the bearing line early so only small bank angle
corrections are required.
3.
If uncomfortable with the closure rate, make the decision to underrun early.
SECTION PARADE 3-37


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