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During the turn, G should be adjusted as required to keep the adversary moving slightly forward along the horizon (horizontal turn). The objective is to roll out behind the adversary. The more turning room acquired, the longer the range for lead turn initiation and the lower the G-loading required to complete the maneuver. Conversely, if the maneuver is initiated at short range with little or no offset, a high-G turn will be required to complete the maneuver. 20). Lead turns against a target that maneuvers prior to passing your 3/9 line will not produce a dead six position, but should still result in some turn advantage.

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