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CHAPTER THREE
T-34C PRIMARY FORMATION FLIGHT TRAINING
Wing
1.
Wing taking too long to get into position after takeoff.
2.
Wing failing to recognize deviations from parade position and therefore failing to make
timely/appropriate corrections.
3.
Wing overcontrolling the aircraft, causing an unstable parade position.
4.
Wing missing radio changes or radio check-ins.
308. FUEL CHECK
Lead will initiate all fuel checks. As a minimum, fuel checks will be accomplished as a section
at the following times (see Section 302 for examples):
1.
On the departure phase, before commencing the area work.
2.
At least once during the first parade profile.
3.
After the lead change.
4.
At least once during the second parade profile.
5.
Before commencing the recovery phase.
Lead
1.
Lead will check Wing in position and the formation flight path clear and then pass the fuel
check signal while still clearing for the formation (Figure 3-14).
2.
After Lead passes the signal, he will look at Wing for a head nod acknowledgement.
3.
Lead will check engine instruments, fuel quantity, and position within the area (IGP).
4.
Lead will allow Wing enough time to complete the fuel check before continuing the profile.
3-16 SECTION PARADE


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