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BASIC FIGHTER MANEUVERS (BFM)
CHAPTER TEN
Figure 10-3 Crew Lookout Responsibilities
Some "Rules of Thumb" for lookout doctrine:
1.
Always look in the direction of a turn, aft of the wing-line.
2.  Remember, ACM is three-dimensional. You must scan more than just the horizon (look
high and low.)
3.
Do not fixate on the wingman.
4.
If your neck does not hurt, you are not looking far enough aft.
5.
If you need to wear glasses (or contacts), wear them!
1004. ENGAGING TURNS
Overview
Upon entry into the assigned working area, the lead IP will put the section into combat spread as
previously discussed. With the wingman in position, the lead student will initiate the engaging
turns without IP prompting. Upon completion of the 1st set of engaging turns, the OUIs will
report the aircraft fuel state to their respective IP over the ICS. The lead IP will direct a lead
change over the UHF and once the section is in position the second set of engaging turns will be
executed without prompting. The engaging turns will be flown in a combat spread formation:
P - Abeam
A - Lead: 12,000 feet; Wing: 13,500 feet
D - 1 NM
S - 250 KIAS
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BASIC FIGHTER MANEUVERS (BFM)


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