|Admission is straightforward: arm to the limit takes on,
plane soars up steeply, and if the stock speed was adequate,
goes to the loop. At the top point of the loop maneuver execution
ends. As the plane at this time is going up the chassis, then
return it to its normal position by using the flip.|
This is a very effective technique, because it allows you to immediately and change
direction by 180 degrees and gain margin and height
prepare a surprise attack. The disadvantage is the need
high speed and a significant slowing of the aircraft.
The opponent may hit slow target missiles, and can
use your maneuver and the associated loss of speed to
alive and well away from the battlefield.
COUP. This is exactly the opposite Immelman. If you do not
speed for the execution of Immelman, you can do the same, but
loop does not perform up and down, ie, start with a dive, and where
will be recruited the required speed. Only difference is that
if you flip a immelmane performed after the maneuver, then
here must turn over to the entrance to maneuver.
Limitation for this maneuver is the need to reserve for
height. If not, then the maneuver is not applicable.