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CHAPTER THREE
T-34C PRIMARY FORMATION FLIGHT TRAINING
Parade Sequence. Once established in the working area, the parade sequence may be
commenced. Both Lead and Wing are responsible for completing the following maneuvers
during the flight. Lead has the prerogative to change the sequence of maneuvers (in-flight plan)
to keep the formation clear of clouds, to maintain area boundaries, etc. A suggested Parade
Sequence is provided below.
1.
Parade Turn Exercise (four turns)
2.
Crossunder
3.
Parade Turn Exercise (four turns)
4.
Crossunder
5.
Fuel Check
6.
Breakup and Rendezvous Exercise
7.
Cruise Turns (only F4004 and F4005)
8.
Lead Change
Recovery Phase. Once the original leader has resumed the lead, the recovery phase may
commence. (See current SOP/Course rules for home field entry procedures).
1.
Fuel Check
2.
Obtain Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS)
3.
Descent and Level Off
4.
Radio Channel Changes
5.
Homefield Entry
6.
Homefield Break
303. RUNNING RENDEZVOUS
The method used to join aircraft into formation after an interval takeoff is the running
rendezvous. The running rendezvous is primarily a "power rendezvous" in which all aircraft in a
flight take off in order and effect their join up while the leader is departing.
The Leader. After takeoff, Lead will fly the departure in accordance with local course rules and
should concentrate on maintaining a stable platform and course rules airspeed. Once safely
airborne and above 300 feet above ground level (AGL), Lead should retard the power a sufficient
3-4 SECTION PARADE


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