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LOW-LEVEL AND TACTICAL FORMATION
CHAPTER THREE
number of degrees in the direction specified in the command at 30 AOB. At the same time, they
maintain their position relative to each other. To initiate large turns, aircrews simultaneously
turn in the specified direction. As the flight continues its turn through 90 of heading change,
the wingman will automatically change sides from the lead aircraft.
Figure 3-6 In-Place Turn
Split Turns
Split turns can be performed from either the combat cruise or combat spread formation. They
involve making heading changes of 120 240 degrees. With the command, Split turn, 180 of
change is understood. If a different heading change is desired, the new heading will be specified
in the command (for example, (Call sign), Split turn, roll out 145). When aircrews receive the
command, they turn away from each other while maintaining power until rollout in the new
direction.
Figure 3-7 Split Turn
TACTICAL/AERIAL REFUELING PROCEDURES
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