ADVANCED TACTICAL MANEUVERING
188.8.131.52.2. As the 3-9 overshoot occurs, the defensive aircraft needs to reverse into a nose
high pitchback, placing its lift vector aft of the bogey.
"Hard right (left), bogey right five
Bogey rolls in from the perch
through low reversal
Bogey continues the attack in a hard
As bogey continues the attack its
nose remains positioned in lead
3-9 overshoot is imminent (Range is
"Hard as pos."
500 - 1000 feet)
"Reverse nose high, pull for his six."
184.108.40.206. High-speed (extended six) overshoot
220.127.116.11.1. The High-speed and Co-speed overshoots initially look similar following the
low reversal. As the High-speed overshoot progresses, though, it becomes clear the
bogey eventually overshoots the defender's extended six o'clock position rather than the
3-9 line, and the defending student maintains his or her hard turn into the bogey until this
18.104.22.168.2. As the result of this overshoot occurring at the extended six o'clock, the
defensive student utilizes the Extension/Pitchback Procedures similar to those used in the
out-of-plane presentations. Additionally, a reversal of turn is required to maintain sight
of the bogey. Therefore, as the bogey overshoots, the defensive student reverses, unloads,
and extends. As the student reacquires sight following the reversal, the bogey is in a nose
high out-of-plane maneuver. As the bogey subsequently repositions its nose back on, the
defensive student pitches back in towards the bogey.