More Training for Computer Fighter Pilots
by Richard G. Sheffield
The Head-On Pass
This is a basic maneuver you should master. There aren't usually minimum speeds for these maneuvers, but slower speeds allow more time for reaction.
- Two planes start at opposite ends of the reviewingarea. (1)
- Fly toward each other and pass while over the viewing area. (2)
- Pull up and turn back towards the reviewing area for the next maneuver. (3)
Figure 5-3. The Head-On Pass