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T-34C PRIMARY FORMATION FLIGHT TRAINING
CHAPTER FIVE
Figure 5-5 Lost Sight - Straight and Level
b.
Turns (Figure 5-6). If in a turn, the aircraft on the outside of the turn will roll wings
level and transmit his exact heading and altitude. The aircraft on the inside of the
turn will maintain bank angle and continue the turn for a minimum of 30 of heading
change. Lead will direct a rejoin or coordinate for a separate squawk for the
Wingman as appropriate.
Figure 5-6 Lost Sight - Turns
c.
Solo Chase. In all cases, the Solo Chase instructor will maneuver as required for
safety. Chase will assist in rejoining the flight or coordinate to separate the flight as
appropriate.
d.
Climbs or Descents. If lost sight is encountered while in a climb or descent, the
wingman will level off, while executing the appropriate procedure outlined above.
The Lead or Solo Chase will be directive, using the radios, to ensure deconfliction by
assigning different altitudes to formation members. If after one minute, positive
communication with ATC has not been established, the wingman will resume the last
assigned heading and altitude, squawk 7600, and comply with normal IMC lost
communication procedures.
FORMATION EMERGENCIES 5-7


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