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CHAPTER SIX
SECTION LOW ALTITUDE TACTICS AND PROCEDURES
2.
Wingman initiates the turn into the leader for 90 of heading change and then rolls out.
3.  As the wingman approaches lead's 4 or 8 o'clock (extended wing line), wing will visually
clear the lead's six o'clock, then execute a turn to the new heading and roll out.
4.
The wingman may need to execute a small repositioning turn to reacquire the bearing.
5.  Primary lookout doctrine should be to track the turn with an occasional scan for any
obstructions. Once wings level, each aircraft should check the new 6 o'clock position of the
section.
Figure 6-8 TAC Turn Away From The Wingman
TAC Turn Into (Figure 6-9)
1.
Will be initiated by lead turning into the wingman to roll out on course.
2.  As lead approaches the wingman's 4 - 8 o'clock (extended wingline), the wingman visually
clears the flight's 6 o'clock and executes a turn to the new heading.
3.
The wingman may need to execute a repositioning turn to reacquire the bearing.
4.  Primary lookout doctrine should be to track the turn with an occasional scan for any
obstructions. Once wings level, each aircraft should check the new 6 o'clock position of the
section.
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SECTION LOW ALTITUDE TACTICS AND PROCEDURES


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