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CHAPTER SIX
T-34C PRIMARY FORMATION FLIGHT TRAINING
Figure 6-4 Cruise Form Section Pattern
(TW-5)
Once the section is 45 past the approach end numbers, Lead will make his base call (e.g., "___
Tower, [Lead's call sign] flight left/right base, gear, option.") and turns 90 to the base leg of the
pattern. At the initiation of this turn, a reduction in power (to approximately 450 ft-lbs) and
slight descent are required to maintain a normal approach path to the runway. After rolling
wings level on the base leg, Lead initiates the section separation procedures with the eyes-on
signal. After Kissing off the Wingman, lead rolls into the dogleg/final turn, establishes himself
on the appropriate side of the runway for the wind conditions, and flies a normal no-flap
approach.
6-10 SECTION TAKEOFFS AND APPROACHES/IFR OPERATIONS


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