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CHAPTER SIX
SECTION LOW ALTITUDE TACTICS AND PROCEDURES
Shackle turns will be executed as follows:
1.  Lead will initiate a shackle turn with an
exaggerated wing flash if pre-briefed or with
a UHF radio call if required.
2.  The wingman will respond by starting a
turn into the lead.
3.  As lead sees the wingman start his turn,
lead will then commence a turn into wingman
for 45 and then roll wings level.
4.  As the wingman observes lead roll
wings level, the wingman will stop his turn.
As the aircraft cross, the wingman will
always pass above the lead. (Wingman
ensures deconfliction).
5.  The 45 headings are maintained until
the two aircraft are nearing the 5000' abeam
position. Both aircraft then perform a turn
toward each other until the initial heading is
reached and an appropriate combat spread
formation is attained.
The above shackle turn procedures will result
in proper formation bearing if both aircraft
were in proper formation initially.
Figure 6-10 Standard Shackle Turn
Shackle turn to "Redress" the section
In cases where a shackle turn is used to redress a section out of position, the aircraft will be
maneuvered such that the sucked aircraft will be able to regain proper bearing (Figure 6-11).
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SECTION LOW ALTITUDE TACTICS AND PROCEDURES


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