ADVANCED TACTICAL MANEUVERING
Take Out The Lat Sep
Lift Vector On
Pull For His 6
Roll Inverted And Pull
Level The Wings
Drive Under Him
Early Turn Him
Hard As Pos
Get The Nose Down/Up
Watch The Deck
Pitch Into The Sun
Rudder Roll To His 6
Get Above Him
4.6.1. Ten minutes prior to RTB, the Lead Student contacts Seabreeze on their primary
frequency to obtain the weather, altimeter, and runway in use.
126.96.36.199. LEAD "Turbo will be off frequency one mike." (on discrete frequency)
188.8.131.52. WING "Two."
184.108.40.206. LEAD "Seabreeze, RKT 204, RTB in ten." (on Seabreeze primary frequency)
220.127.116.11. SEABREEZE "Roger RKT 204, Sherman Field landing RWY 7, weather is VFR,
altimeter 3002, (say type of approach requested)."
18.104.22.168. LEAD "RKT 204, request Course Rules."
22.214.171.124. SEABREEZE "Roger RKT 204."
4.6.2. After switching back to the discrete frequency, the Lead Student passes this information to
4.6.3. At the completion of the last engagement the Wing student passes his or her fuel state and
informs the Lead he or she has sight. The Lead Student is responsible for directing the flight out
of the working area and back to Navy Pensacola in a safe and efficient manner. The best way to
accommodate this is to rely on the standard hierarchy of priorities and aviate, navigate,
126.96.36.199. LEAD IP "Knock it off, RTB." (at completion of last engagement)