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CHAPTER THREE
T-34C PRIMARY FORMATION FLIGHT TRAINING
position, simultaneously add a small amount of power and back stick pressure to move up into
the starboard parade position.
Figure 3-2 20 Feet of Stepdown
Ventral point over
cutout
Figure 3-3 20 Feet of Stepdown
Underrun. If the Wingman fails to recognize a rapid closure rate and is unable to stop beneath
the parade position, the underrun procedure shall be executed. During the underrun, Wing
should maintain adequate stepdown and keep Lead in sight. (See Section 313 for the underrun
procedures).
Common Errors
Lead
1.
Allows airspeed to wander, setting Wing up for an underrun or delaying the rejoin.
2.
Excessive Wingman consideration. Lead loses track of the course rules departure and does
not comply with altitudes and headings.
3.
Lack of Wingman consideration. Being erratic or abrupt with level offs and roll rates.
3-6 SECTION PARADE


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