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T-6A CONTACT
CHAPTER EIGHT
3. The AGSM gives the pilot the best protection while
accomplishing the mission. If you have trouble or are in doubt, see
your Wing Aeronautical Medical Safety Officer (AMSO) or
squadron flight surgeon.
Aerobatic
Entry
Gs
Altitude
Exit
Energy
Maneuver
Airspeed
Required
Change
Airspeed
Classification
Loop
230 250
High
NC
230 250
Neutral
Wingover
200 220
Low
NC
200 220
Neutral
Barrel Roll
200 220
Moderate
NC
N/A
Neutral
Aileron Roll
180 220
Low
NC
N/A
Loser
Split S
120 140
High
- 2500 feet
< 250
Neutral
1/2 Cban Eight
230 250
High
NC
230 250
Neutral
Immelmann
230 250
High
+ 2500 feet
Flying A/S
Gainer
Figure 8-1 Aerobatic Maneuver Parameters
803.
LOOP
The loop is a 360 turn in the vertical plane. In the loop the aircraft is rotated at a constant rate of
pitch about its lateral axis (Figure 8-2).
The loop begins from straight and level flight and passes successively through a climb, inverted
flight, a dive, and a return to level flight. The loop is probably the oldest and one of the simplest
aerobatic maneuvers, yet one which requires finesse to do well. The loop commences with a
3.5 - 4.0 G pull-up.
Figure 8-2 The Loop
AEROBATICS
8-3


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