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WEAPONS
3.8.3.1. Heading, correction if needed
3.8.3.2. Time, correction if needed
3.8.3.3. Altitude
3.8.3.4. Fuel Analysis
3.8.3.4.1. STUDENT "Heading 080, Speed 295, 500 feet AGL, fuel is 2.6 tips."
3.8.3.5. Visual scan (chart to ground)
3.8.3.6. Significant wind effects
3.8.3.7. Formation integrity
3.9. TASK MANAGEMENT
3.9.1. LL flying involves a series of tasks, which must be prioritized and performed in a time-
shared manner. Each crewmember must prioritize tasks to avoid the ground or terrain and then
accomplish all other tasks required to complete the mission. Terrain clearance tasks (TCT) are
any mental or physical tasks, which establish, maintain, or predict ground or obstacle clearance.
As a guide, aircrew spend no more than five seconds performing any tasks other than TCT while
straight and level and no more than three seconds while in a turn at 500 feet AGL. SA is the
process of task management and requires constant sorting and sequencing of mission tasks.
3.10. APPROACH
3.10.1. Weather permitting; a visual approach is the recovery of choice for WEPS 1. A section
PAR followed by Course Rules is done on WEPS 2.
3.10.1.1. Course Rules
3.10.1.1.1. Both students verbalize to the IP which side the Wingman is on for the break
no later than three to five miles prior to the initial.
3.10.1.1.2. Lead Student has the responsibility of crossing the Wingman under.
3.10.1.1.3. A fan break is the norm.
3.10.1.1.4. Pattern COMM is slightly different from FAMs. When abeam, Lead notifies
Tower with intentions. Wing waits for the reply from Tower and Lead's
acknowledgement, then replies "Dash Two to follow." Each student conducts individual
Landing Checklists, and notifies Tower with "Three down-and-locked." Wing waits until
Lead makes the "Three down-and-locked" call, or until Lead touches down (if Lead
forgets to make the call) before making the "Three down-and-locked" call.
3.10.1.1.4.1. LEAD "Tower, RKT 230, abeam, full stop."
3.10.1.1.4.2. TOWER "RKT 230, winds 080 at 10, RWY 7R, cleared to land."
3.10.1.1.4.3. LEAD "RKT 230, cleared on the right."
3.10.1.1.4.4. WING "Dash Two to follow."
3.10.1.1.4.5. TOWER "Dash Two, cleared in order."
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