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STANDARD SECTION FORMATION PROCEDURES
CHAPTER FIVE
locked" call or has touched down before making the "Dash-2 three down and locked" call. The
lead aircraft will land on the downwind side of the runway to eliminate the hazard of wake
turbulence for subsequent wingmen.
Sample Course Rules UHF Comm
LEAD: "Tower, ROKT 207 flight of two, 3 miles south of X-ray, request low break."
TOWER: "ROKT 207, report the numbers 7R, low break approved."
LEAD: "ROKT 207, numbers."
TOWER: "ROKT 207, low break approved."
LEAD: "ROKT 207 and flight, abeam, full stop."
TOWER: "ROKT 207, cleared to land 7R."
LEAD: "ROKT 207 and flight, cleared to land 7R."
LEAD: "ROKT 207, 3 down and locked."
TOWER: "Roger".
WING: "Dash-2, 3 down and locked."
TOWER: "Roger."
Post Landing
During rollout, each student will make the appropriate "board speed" ICS calls as in FAMs. If it
is necessary for the lead to cross the wingman's half of the runway to exit, the wing IP will clear
the lead with a "2's slow" call on the UHF. This call will be made once the wing's brakes have
been checked and de-confliction with lead is assured. When cleared of the runway the lead
student will request clearance from Ground to taxi:
STUDENT (UHF): "Ground ROKT 204, taxi to my line."
Unlike FAMs, "cleared of the duty " will not be called, as the wingman may not yet be cleared.
Once the wingman is cleared of the duty runway, the wingman will automatically switch to
ground frequency and wait for the lead to check him in. The section will proceed to the line area
and complete the required cockpit checklists. Once in the line/hot brake area, the lead student
will switch the flight to Base Frequency and check in the wing. Each aircraft will then call
Maintenance Control, in order, with aircraft status using the side number (i.e., "Maintenance,
807 in and up"). Once the wing student completes his maintenance call, the lead student will
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STANDARD SECTION FORMATION PROCEDURES


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