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SECTION LOW ALTITUDE TACTICS AND PROCEDURES
CHAPTER SIX
Lead:
1.
Initiate and maintain a VMC climb.
2.
Ensure wing calls "Turbo 2's off safe, one in sight".
3.
Check off route with appropriate FSS.
4.
Change squawk from 4000 to 1200.
5.
Switch flight to appropriate ATC frequency.
6.
Obtain IFR clearance for recovery.
7.
Direct IP to reconnect elevator trim and complete the 3K and 10K checklists.
Wing:
1.
Conduct running rendezvous.
2.
Monitor rendezvous closure rates (provide ICS airspeed calls to pilot).
3.
Follow lead's frequency changes.
4.
Direct IP to reconnect elevator trim and complete the 3K and 10K checklists.
APPROACH AND RECOVERY
The section will recover in accordance with standard section procedures set forth in Chapter
Five. A section CGA will be flown during the WEPS-1 recovery and course rules will be
utilized for the WEPS-2 recovery (weather permitting).
607. SUMMARY
This chapter is designed to give the SNFO all of the tools necessary for the successful
completion of T-2C tactical Low-level weapons flights. At this phase of training, the pilot and
SNFO work more closely as a crew to share the tasks involved in mission accomplishment. The
addition of coordinated section target attacks is the primary difference between T-2C low-levels
and previous low-level training. A clear understanding of the procedures set forth in this chapter
and ample chair flying will ensure successful mission accomplishment.
SECTION LOW ALTITUDE TACTICS AND PROCEDURES 6-29


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