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CHAPTER TEN
BASIC FIGHTER MANEUVERS (BFM)
Making this call timely and correctly could be the difference in whether or not your wingman
survives.
Comm Brevity
To further enhance section communication, the fighter community has carefully defined tactical
in-flight terminology. Utilizing the correct word or phrase will greatly increase situational
awareness during an engagement.
Bandit/Bogey
BANDIT: Known enemy aircraft.
BOGEY: A radar/visual contact whose identity is unknown.
Tally/Visual
TALLY: Sighting of a target/bandit; opposite of "NO JOY."
VISUAL: Sighting of a friendly aircraft; opposite of "BLIND."
No Joy/Blind
NO JOY: No visual contact with target or bandit; opposite of "TALLY."
BLIND: No visual contact with friendly aircraft; opposite of "VISUAL."
Knock-it-off/Terminate
KNOCK-IT-OFF: Term used to stop a multi-plane engagement/exercise.
TERMINATE: Term used to stop an isolated engagement without knocking off the overall
exercise.
1007. SYMBOLOGY
Standard ACM symbology will be used to diagram, brief, and debrief engagements. With the
symbology depicted in Figure 10-11, an entire three-dimensional engagement can be illustrated.
Additionally, VT-86 instructors will utilized aircraft models for brief and debrief purposes.
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BASIC FIGHTER MANEUVERS (BFM)


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