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INTERCEPT PROCEDURES TEXTBOOK
an emphasis on the radar) and act upon them to ultimately achieve the successful
accomplishment of the terminal objectives, which consist of air-to-air radar operation, intercept,
communication, and aircraft operation.
During the course of an advanced intercept, the fighter's goals and priorities will change. For
learning purposes, the intercept is separated into three stages. Notice that the primary objective
throughout is to control the intercept.
Stage I: Range: > 20 nm (Fox-3)
a. Control the intercept
b. Determine target aspect and convert to 20 degrees or less, if possible
c. Employ AIM-120/AIM-54 (Fox-3) if shot parameters are met
Stage II: Range: 20 nm down to Lead (Fox-3 to Fox-1)
a. Control the intercept
b. Recognize bogey jinks in heading, altitude, and airspeed
c. React properly to these jinks
d. Employ AIM-7 within parameters
Stage III: Range inside Lead (Fox-1 to Fox-2)
a. Control the intercept
b. Attempt a normal counterturn correcting for bogey jinks or, after aggressively
reacting to the initial jink and detecting subsequent jinks, properly execute a forward
quarter close-aboard merge when insufficient turning room exists
c. Employ AIM-9 within rear quarter or forward quarter parameters
Other:
a. Properly execute an Air Force or Carrier Ops tanker rendezvous
Rules
The general gameplan and specific procedures for advanced intercept runs will be yours to
create, modify, and execute. A few rules, however, must be adhered to by both the fighter and
the bogey. They are:
Administrative:
1. The ideal working area altitude block will be 8,000 -24,000 feet. The fighter should
adjust search increments to cover the entire block. In the simulator, contacts may show
up anywhere in these blocks while, in the plane, we are limited to the 10,000' to 20,000'
block.
2. Altitudes may be adjusted to avoid unsuitable weather conditions and must be
coordinated with the GCI controller.
3. If area or weather constraints move the intercept out of the normal altitude block, then
base speeds should be 0.45 IMN at 10K ft or lower, and 0.55 IMN at 18K ft or greater to
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