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CHAPTER 6
AIR FORCE T-38 TRACK INTERMEDIATES
a. Procedures. The Formation Breakout will be executed in the following situations:
Directed by the leader.
Unable to maintain sight of the leader.
Unable to rejoin or remain in formation without crossing under or in front of the
leader.
The Wingman's presence constitutes a hazard to the formation.
(1)
If the breakout is initiated by the lead aircraft, the following format will apply:
(a)
Lead: "Knight Two, breakout."
(b)  Wing: Immediately maneuver away from Lead's last known position and
call: "Knight Two, breaking out."
(c)  Lead: Maintain sight of Wing and call for rollout when safe separation
has been achieved: "Knight Two, roll out."
(d)
Wing: Roll wings level, reacquire Lead and call: "Knight Two, visual,
request Rejoin."
(e)
Lead: Direct a Rejoin as required.
(2)
If the breakout is initiated by the Wingman, the following applies:
(a)  Wing: Immediately maneuver away from Lead's last known position and
call: "Knight Two, breaking out."
(b)  Lead: Acknowledge the call, "Knight One," and immediately be directive
to Two to get the formation back together. "Knight Two rollout, Lead is your right three
o'clock, level, call your visual."
(c)  If Two has a hard time acquiring lead, Lead can direct Two to fly a
heading or have Two start a turn and Lead can rejoin on Two.
(d)
If appropriate, Knight Two can call visual and request Rejoin.
(e)  Lead should initiate a Rejoin that is prescribed for the profile; but in all
cases, in a direction that will keep the formation in the working area.
b. Common Errors
(1)
Wing fails to execute a breakout after encountering a situation that mandates a
breakout.
(2)
Wing responds to Lead's call, but does not immediately execute the maneuver.
(3)
Wingman executes an excessively aggressive maneuver or is not aggressive
enough.
(4)  Lead fails to be directive after the aircraft are separated and leaves Two
wondering what to do next. As soon as the formation is separated and stabilized, Lead should
immediately effect a Rejoin.
6-6 T-38 FORMATION AREA WORK


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