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CHAPTER TEN
BASIC FIGHTER MANEUVERS (BFM)
5.
High Yo Yo.
6.
Low Yo Yo.
7.
Displacement Roll.
8.
Pursuit Curves (additionally a guns defense will be demonstrated.)
9.
Rolling Scissors.
10. Flat Scissors.
11. First Move Options Exercise (1 circle vs. 2 circle flow/ radius vs. rate fight.)
12. Neutral 1V1 engagements.
13. RTB.
The Perch
The perch position allows an engagement to be initiated with each aircraft's role defined as
either defensive or offensive. The defensive aircraft will be at 14,000 feet, 250 KIAS, while the
attacking or offensive aircraft will be stepped up approximately 1500 feet in a "perch" position
approximately 3/4 NM away on a 45 bearing line.
Perch PADS:
P - 45 Bearing
A - Defender: 14,000 feet; Attacker: 15,500 feet
D - 3/4 NM
S - 250 KIAS
Figure 10-14 illustrates a top and head on view of the perch position. From the perch set-up, we
will demonstrate and practice offensive and defensive maneuvers. The engagement will
commence when the "Fight's on" call, initiated by the IP in the defensive aircraft, is
acknowledged with a "Fight's on" call by the IP in the offensive aircraft. These calls are made
after the "speed and angels" calls, which indicate each aircraft is at or near the airspeed and
altitude parameters dictated for that particular engagement (i.e., 14,000 feet and 250 KIAS for
the defensive aircraft), and is ready to go.
10-30
BASIC FIGHTER MANEUVERS (BFM)


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