INTERCEPT PROCEDURES TEXTBOOK
5. Displace the bogey according to the rule of 50 at 8 nm
6. Allow the bogey to drift to the nose, then commence a counterturn to keep the bogey on
the nose (the fighter may not need to command a hard or hard-as-poss turn to maintain
the bogey on the nose)
7. Command a speed reduction, "Throttle back, set speed .5," when assured of rolling out in
Modern radar systems have similar limitations to the APG-66NT. The procedures here can
be applied to any high target aspect intercept encountered in an operational squadron.