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INTERCEPT PROCEDURES TEXTBOOK
Four indicators can be used to determine a heading jink:
(1)
ROC
(2)
Heading or TA vector
(3)
Drift
(4)
RROC
These indicators are arranged in descending order of occurrence. While it may seem easy at
first to just rely on ROC to identify a jink, it will lead to problems in the advanced phase.
Remember, ROC will not be available in search. The same range/ROC gates used to deal with
hot/cold situations in Unknowns are useful to detect bogey heading jinks.
Turn commands in the rear quarter after the jink should be limited to a hard turn or less. The
bogey should be kept within 20 the nose (since the new bogey heading is unknown now). A
jink into means more DTG. A jink away means less DTG.
Conclusion
The conversion intercept is a long-range set-up which requires the application of all
previously learned material. A solid understanding of conversion procedures will greatly
improve the spatial picture. Executing tactical conversion intercepts will be challenging. There
are no strict procedures to follow, only a set of guidelines that will enable the development of
individual game plans. The goal is to develop a gameplan that is aggressive enough to meet the
required goals, yet simple enough to be applied quickly during the beginning moments of the
intercept.
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