By Teresa Mills
Книга содержит советы и рекомендации по работе с мозаикой в интерьере: в кухне, ванной, детской. Представлены 50 проектов с подробными схемами и иллюстрациями.
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It may seem obvious, but the primary reason that you need offensive BFM techniques is to counter a bandit's turn. When you are behind a bandit who is flying straight and level, it is a simple matter to control your airspeed with the throttle and fly around behind him. When the bandit turns, however, things change dramatically. A turning bandit will immediately create BFM problems as shown in Figure 2- 1. Figure 2-1 (BFM Problems) After bandit's turn Aspect ongle = 50" R Angle-off = 120" Aspect angle =30° R Angle-off = 20" Art of the Kill: Offensive BFM 35 In order to stay in weapons parameters and in control of the bandit, you must stay at his 6 o'clock.
In order to turn your jet and solve these BFM problems, YOll need turning room. Turning room is the offset or distance from the bandit. There are three basic types of turning room: lateral (or horizontal) turning room, vertical turning room, and a combination of both. In order to understand the concept of turning room, you must first understand turn circles. Turn circles are simply the paths that a fighter cuts through the sky when iI turns. Figure 2-6 shows a turn circlc. Art of tile Kill: Offellsive BFM 43 Figll f e 2-6 I ~sideol circle , Outside 01 / circle The concept of tllrn circles is critically important to understand because, in order to turn and solve BFM problems created by the bandit, you mllst firs t drive your jet inside the bandit's turn circle.
If you arc near or inside the bandit's turn circle, yOll have a positional advantage that you can keep. Shoot, if a shot presents itself, but don't get mesmerized watching your own missile and forget to RFM. Next, drive to where the bandit started his turn. If the bandit d rops flares or chaff, he will ma rk the point in the sky where he started his turn. Drive to this position (called the entry window). Figure 2-10 shows the ent ry window. The cn try window is located inside the bandit's turn circle.
50 mosaic murals decorative mosaic art for the home by Teresa Mills