More Training for Computer Fighter Pilots
by Richard G. Sheffield
The Tuck Under Roll Turn
The tuck under roll turn is a fancy turn jet pilots sometimes perform during exhibitions. They love to use this maneuver after a low pass in front of the crowd.
- Fly straight and level past your imaginary reviewing area. (1)
- Pull the nose up slightly and apply hard left stick to start an aileron roll. (2)
- When you have completed three-quarters of the roll (on your side with the cockpit facing to the right), stop the roll and pull back hard on the stick to perform a maximum rate turn to the right. (3)
Figure 3-13. The Tuck Under Roll Turn