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SECTION LOW ALTITUDE TACTICS AND PROCEDURES
CHAPTER SIX
Nav Turns Into from the wingman will be
executed as follows:
1.  Will be initiated by lead turning into the
wingman to roll out on course.
2.  Once lead has rolled out early, the
wingman will turn into lead to achieve a 90
crossing angle across leads flight path.
3.  As lead passes through wingman's 4 - 5 or
7 - 8 o'clock, wingman clears the flight visually
and executes a turn to the new course.
4.
The wingman ensures deconfliction.
Figure 6-7 NAV Turn Into
TAC TURNS (60 - 120 degrees)
The TAC turn is designed to turn the section approximately 90 for navigation or threat
engagement. There are two types of TAC turns:
1.
Tac turns away from the wingman.
2.
Tac turns into the wingman.
TAC Turn Away (Figure 6-8)
1.
Will be initiated by the lead with an exaggerated wing flash.
SECTION LOW ALTITUDE TACTICS AND PROCEDURES 6-17


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