aztec01
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Question-Missing Man Formation?

Thu Nov 28, 2002 4:17 am

I just need some information on the 'missing-man' formation. In a 4 ship finger-four, what position breaks up and away?

----------#4>
---------------#3>
---------------------#1>
---------------#2>


Thanks

(It's for a graphic I'm designing for a pamphlet at work)
 
Soren-a
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RE: Question-Missing Man Formation?

Thu Nov 28, 2002 4:56 am

If my memory is correct, it is number 3 in your little "drawing".

Feel free to correct me if Im wrong.

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Søren Augustesen
 
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RE: Question-Missing Man Formation?

Thu Nov 28, 2002 6:50 pm

Yes,it's number 3 that pulls up and away,making a gap in the formation.
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