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CHAPTER EIGHT
T-34C PRIMARY FORMATION FLIGHT TRAINING
4.
Emergency or Master Caution light.
5.
Departing the area Boundary.
6.
Descending below 5000 AGL.
7.
Poor weather.
8.
Traffic that will be a factor for the flight.
The radio call applies to all phases of flight and all types of dynamic maneuvers and shall use the
following format:
1.
Any aircraft: "[tac call sign] knock-it-off."
2.
Lead: "[tac call sign] one knock-it-off."
3.
Wing: "[tac call sign] two knock-it-off."
4.
Aircraft who called the knock-it-off should communicate the reason.
If the Knock-it-off is called by Dash-2 for a blind situation the following format applies.
1.
Wing: "[tac call sign] 2's BLIND, knock-it-off."
2.
Lead: "[tac call sign] one knock-it-off."
3.
Wing: "[tac call sign] two knock-it-off."
4.
Lead: "[tac call sign] one is heading_____ at _____ feet."
5.
Lead will command a rejoin once Wing obtains visual.
Terminate. The "terminate" call is not related to safety of flight and is typically used once
training or maneuvers are complete. "Terminate" shall be called by Lead to cease or stop the
Cruise Maneuvering and Tail-Chase exercises. Dash-2 can request a "terminate" if training
objectives have been met. The radio call uses the same format as the "knock-it-off" call. If the
call is made by Lead, the following applies:
1.
Lead: "[tac call sign] terminate."
2.
Lead: "[tac call sign] one terminate."
3.
Wing: "[tac call sign] two terminate."
4.
Lead will typically direct a rejoin.
8-4 CRUISE MANEUVERING


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