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CHAPTER FOUR
T-6A FORMATION
Figure 4-2 Excessive Stepdown
Figure 4-3 Insufficient Stepdown
2.  Bearing. Two bearing lines emanate from the Lead's aircraft. The UHF antenna aligned
over the opposite wing's inboard aileron cutout defines one and the prop arc on the inboard pitot
tube defines the other. Nose-to-tail and wingtip clearances are correct only at the intersection of
these two bearing lines (Figure 4-4). AOB is used to continuously maintain one bearing line
while power is used to maintain "relative closeness" to the lead aircraft, cross-checking the other
bearing for precise parade position. The result is that the Wingman should attempt to allow all
relative motion to occur diagonally along a bearing line relative to the Lead.
4-2 SECTION PARADE


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