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T-34C PRIMARY FORMATION FLIGHT TRAINING
CHAPTER THREE
If Lead is in a turn, underrun by simultaneously executing the following steps (Figure 3-37):
1.
LOWER the nose to obtain at least 20 feet of stepdown.
2.
LEVEL your wings and move to a position outside the Lead's radius of turn.
3.
Reduce power to IDLE to avoid passing ahead of Lead.
4.
As you pass Lead's tail, begin to match Lead's angle of bank. When relative motion is
controlled, as noted by an absence of closure with Lead, join to the turn away reference.
Figure 3-37 Underrun When Lead is in a Turn
Underrun Common Errors
Wing
1.
Fails to initiate underrun soon enough, forcing excessive negative "Gs" or IP intervention.
2.
Fails to maintain at least 20 feet of stepdown during the underrun maneuver.
3.
Misjudges relative motion during the underrun resulting in excessive separation.
Underrun Keys to Success
1.
Recognize an unsafe/unsalvageable situation early.
2.
Take a conservative approach and don't press a bad situation.
SECTION PARADE 3-39


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