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AIR FORCE T-38 TRACK INTERMEDIATES
APPENDIX A
Start Takeoff Roll:
Lead places head back toward Lead nods head for brake
headrest.
release. For aircraft equipped
with afterburner, after the
aircraft are rolling straight
down the runway, a second
head nod is a signal to light
afterburner  (unless  after-
burner light up is initiated
simultaneously  with  brake
release).
Tactical Formation:
Make a series of porpoising
maneuvers, spacing as briefed.
NOTES:
1. Pilots in formation will relay visual signals; the leader must allow enough time for the relay of each
signal after it is given.
2. The head nod is the signal to acknowledge understanding of preparatory signals.
A-5


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