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CHAPTER SIX
SECTION LOW ALTITUDE TACTICS AND PROCEDURES
Nav Turns Away from the wingman will be
executed as follows:
1.  Lead will initiate a Nav Turn Away with an
exaggerated wing flash.
2.
The wingman then starts a turn into lead.
3.  Once the wingman is established in his turn
and has completed the desired heading change,
lead will commence a turn into the wingman.
4.  Seeing the lead commence a turn into him
after only 30 - 60 degrees of heading change, the
wingman rolls out commensurate with a cruise
turn.
5.  Lead continues his turn into the wingman
until a track-crossing angle of 90 is established
and then rolls out. As the wingman's aircraft
passes through lead's 4 - 5 or 7 - 8 o'clock
position, lead will clear the section's 6 o'clock
visually and then execute a turn to the new desired
course.
6.
The wingman ensures deconfliction.
Figure 6-6 NAV Turn Away
NAV TURN INTO
A Nav Turn Into the wingman will provide the section 30 - 60 degrees of heading change
towards the wingman while maintaining the tactical formation position (Figure 6-7).
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SECTION LOW ALTITUDE TACTICS AND PROCEDURES


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