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Fixed wing attack jet S.O.P.

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The British Aerospace Harrier II was a second-generation vertical or short
takeoff landing jet aircraft used previously by the Royal Air Force and
between 2006 and 2010 by the Royal Navy in areas of operation like
afghanistan and iraq.
The aircraft was the latest development of the Harrier Jump Jet family, and
was derived from the "McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II".
Initial deliveries of the Harrier II were designated in service as a "Harrier GR5"
then upgraded airframes were introduced along with different armoury
capabilities named the "harrier GR7" and "harrier GR9" as seen below.
Harrier gr5

Harrier gr7 Harrier gr9 .

The typical armoury loadout for a harrier would be the following : CRV-7's AIM-9L Sidewinders .000 ft and a top speed of 574kts.Armoury They have an average max altitude of 43.

Maverick's Paveway 2 Paveway 3 .

Enhanced Paveway General Purpose Bombs Role Here at twc we use Harriers mainly in the ground attack and reconnaissance roles. but they are equipped with the short-range AIM-9 Sidewinder missile for .

Things to expect when taking this role are:  aircraft carrier landing  radio procedures   veichle repair engageing ground targets  engageing air targets  evasive manouvers. so that you can understand and recive commands correctly and make corrections where needed.friendly positions . this is very important in gathering and reciving all the relevant information needed for planning attacks and understanding the task at hand. Comminication -The 6 liner All these topics below should be covered during the radio transmission between you and J-TAC in a smooth and timley fashion and it is advised that you have a pen and paper ready when doing this.air combat. You will be expected to be fluent in twc's 6 liner.hostile location . Typicially they would be attached to a platoon with a full 2 man J-tac team to assist with communication and you would recieve your orders from them (Jtac) as they would be in touch with the company/platoon leader and with the section leaders on the ground to relay any relevant information.exfil mark . the 6 liner is as folllows : (it's easier if you split in into 2 parts) *infil mark .hostile type and count .target marking and weapons* example : part 1 "Harrier (callsign) this is j-tac (callsign) do you copy?" "roger that j tac send message" "prepare for 6 liner copy?" .

065. engage with x2 500lb bombs. engage with missiles and x2 bombs GOOD COPY?" "roger that good copy" REPEAT THE ORDER BACK FOR CONFORMATION IF UNSURE OR MISSED ANYTHING! "eta for strike 7 mikes" (say the approx time u will arrive or the bomb / missiles would launch ) there is 2 different types of saying "hostile location/ hostile type and count/marking and weapons" because of the situation at hand and maybe time is of the essence so just remember this and be confident in this structure.065.049 . 1 times infantry section and 1 times bmp."roger that jtac send 6 liner" "approach from northwest. exfil from the southeast. friendly position at grid 063 . target marked with red smoke. GOOD COPY ?" "copy-send" part 2 "2 times btr located at grid 055 .targets marked with lazer. if you have any questios or hesitations about the requests just ask ! . GOOD COPY?" OR "enemy motorized section at grid 055 .