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1. Flying and Judging F3A SCHEMATIC MANOEUVRE ILLUSTRATIONS SCHEDULE P-15.

2. Take-off procedure ( not judged, not scored ) wind 1200 Security line 4

3. P-15.01: Golf Ball with two ½ rolls ½ roll ½ roll P-15.01.01

4. P-15.01: Golf Ball with two ½ rolls ½ roll P-15.01.02

5. P-15.01: Golf Ball with two ½ rolls ½ roll P-15.01.03

6. ½ roll ½ roll P-15.01: Golf Ball with two ½ rolls ½ rolls on middle of the lines. All radii are equal. P-15.01.04

7. P-15.02: Half Square Loop on Corner with ½ roll ½ roll P-15.02.01

8. 45° P-15.02: Half Square Loop on Corner with ½ roll 45° ½ roll on middle of the line. All radii are equal. P-15.02.02

9. P-15.03: Double Immelmann with two knife edge flights ¼ roll ¼ roll During the knife edge the wing must be in the vertical plane. ¼ roll ¼ roll P-15.03.01

10. P-15.03: Double Immelmann with two knife edge flights There must be no line between the half loops and the ¼ rolls. The half loops must follow immediately after the ¼ rolls . All radii are equal. P-15.03.02

11. P-15.04: Half Square loop with ½ roll ½ roll P-15.04.01

12. P-15.04: Half Square loop with ½ roll 1/2 roll on middle of the line. All radii are equal. P-15.04.02

13. P-15.05: Stall Turn with 1 ¼ roll up, ¾ roll down 3/4 roll 1 ¼ roll P-15.05.01

14. 3/4 roll 1 ¼ roll P-15.05: Stall Turn with 1 ¼ roll up, ¾ roll down Pivot on CG Two wing spans or more – zero points! Stop before pivot 1 ¼ roll and ¾ roll centered on middle of the lines. All radii are equal. P-15.05.03

15. ½ roll P-15.06: Half Reverse Cuban 8 with ½ roll P-15.06.01

16. ½ roll P-15.06: Half Reverse Cuban 8 with ½ roll P-15.06.02

17. 45° P-15.06: Half Reverse Cuban 8 with ½ roll 1/2 roll on middle of the line. All radii are equal. P-15.06.03

18. 1/6roll 1/6roll 1/6roll 1/6roll 1/6roll 1/6roll P-15.07: Roll Combination with consecutive three 1/6 rolls, three 1/6 rolls in opposite direction P-15.07.01

19. 1/6roll 1/6roll 1/6roll 1/6roll 1/6roll 1/6roll P-15.07: Roll Combination with consecutive three 1/6 rolls, three 1/6 rolls in opposite direction The 1/6 rolls must have the same roll rate. Lines between part rolls must be short and of equal length. Between part rolls in opposite direction there must be no line. P-15.07.02

20. P-15.08: Pull-Push-Push Humpty-Bump with ¾ roll up, up, ¾ roll down (Option: ½ up, ½ roll down) ¾ roll ¾ roll P-15.08.01

21. P-15.08: Pull-Push-Push Humpty-Bump with ¾ roll up, up, ¾ roll down (Option: ½ up, ½ roll down) ¾ rolls in middle of the lines. ¾ roll ¾ roll Al radii are equal. P-15.08.02

22. Option P-15.08: Pull-Push-Push Humpty-Bump with ¾ roll up, up, ¾ roll down (Option: ½ up, ½ roll down) ½ roll ½ roll P-15.08.03

23. P-15.08: Pull-Push-Push Humpty-Bump with ¾ roll up, up, ¾ roll down (Option: ½ up, ½ roll down) Option ½ roll ½ roll P-15.08.04

24. P-15.08: Pull-Push-Push Humpty-Bump with ¾ roll up, up, ¾ roll down (Option: ½ up, ½ roll down) Option ½ rolls on middle of the lines. Al radii are equal. P-15.08.05

25. P-15.09: Top Hat Inverted Spin with 2 ½ turns Snap entry - 0 points! Spiral dive - 0 points! Forced entry: downgrade. All radii are equal. P-15.09.02

26. P-15.10: Pull-Knife-Edge-Push Humpty-Bump with ½ roll down Half Knife Edge loop During the knife-edge the wing must be in the vertical plane. ½ roll P-15.10.01

27. P-15.10: Pull-Knife-Edge-Push Humpty-Bump with ½ roll down ½ roll on middle of the line. Al radii are equal. P-15.10.02

28. P-15.11: Reverse Cuban 8 with consecutive two ¼ rolls, consecutive two ½ rolls in opposite directions ½ roll Rolls centered on middle of the lines . ½ roll ¼ roll ¼ roll P-15.11.01

29. 45° P-15.11: Reverse Cuban 8 with consecutive two ¼ rolls, consecutive two ½ rolls in opposite directions All part rolls must have the same roll rate. Lines between part rolls must be short and of equal length. Between part rolls in opposite direction there must be no line. ½ roll All radii are equal. ½ roll ¼ roll ¼ roll P-15.11.0“

30. P-15.12 Figure 9 with consecutive four ¼ rolls up ¼ roll ¼ roll ¼ roll ¼ roll P-15.12.01

31. P-15.12 Figure 9 with consecutive four ¼ rolls up ¼ rolls centered on middle of the line. ¼ roll ¼ roll ¼ roll Al radii are equal. ¼ roll P-15.12.02

32. P-15.13: Hour-Glass with ½ roll, roll, ½ roll ½ roll roll ½ roll P-15.13.01

33. 45° P-15.13: Hour-Glass with ½ roll, roll, ½ roll P-15.13.02

34. 45° P-15.13: Hour-Glass with ½ roll, roll, ½ roll P-15.13.03

35. 45° P-15.13: Hour-Glass with ½ roll, roll, ½ roll Rolls on middle of the lines . All radii are equal. P-15.13.04

36. P-15.14: Stall Turn with consecutive two ¼ rolls down Pivot on CG Stop before pivot P-15.14.01

37. P-15.14: Stall Turn with consecutive two ¼ rolls down Pivot on CG ¼ roll ¼ roll P-15.14.02

38. P-15.14: Stall Turn with consecutive two ¼ rolls down Pivot on CG Two wing spans or more – zero points! ¼ roll ¼ rolls on middle of the line. ¼ roll All radii are equal. P-15.14.03

39. P-15.15: Upline with consecutive two rolls in opposite directions P-15.15.01

40. 45° P-15.15: Upline with consecutive two rolls in opposite directions Rolls centered on middle of the line. All radii are equal. Between rolls in opposite direction there must be no line. P-15.15.02

41. P-15.16: Split S with ½ roll ½ roll P-15.16.01

42. P-15.16: Split S with ½ roll The half loops must follow immediately after the ½ roll. ½ roll P-15.16.02

43. P-15.17: Avalanche with snap roll on top P-15.17.01

44. P-15.17: Avalanche with snap roll on top Snap roll may be positive or negative. Loop must be round. If snap roll = barrel roll or aileron roll:Severe downgrade > 5 pts. P-15.17.02

45. Landing procedure ( not judged, not scored ) The direction of the landing may be different to the take off. wind 1200 Security line 4

46. Forget WHO is flying(friend, rival, countryman, flier from other nation) Forget WHAT is flying(2-stroke, 4-stroke, electric, turbine, rubber-power) LOOK ONLY AT LINES DESCRIBED IN THE SKY!(and the precision, smoothness, positioning, and size) Thank you! Peter Uhlig, September 2013