Greetings! I'm an artist/writer who's currently working on a graphic novel about future fighter pilots. My main objective is to accurately portray how a fighter pilot may respond to the situations given in the story. I ensure you that I do my homework, as there's nothing I despise more than ignorance. However, as someone who has never been in a plane in his life, I fail to trust myself to do this story justice. this is where you gentlemen come in. I figured, what better way to educate myself then to ask the people who are heavily informed? First.. lets get the big one out of the way. There's a moment when a pilot is being forced to fly between buildings and has to turn left. Lets say- with the power of technological development -the plane is a light 16 ton fighter jet, measuring 14 meters long and 20 meters wide. The model is similar to a PAK-FA. The road is a 40 meter wide double four lane intersection, and the pilot has an area of 1,600m^2 to work with. _| |_ 1600m^2 | < - - > | 40m Would it be even possible to make this turn without stalling the plane? If so, let me ask another question. Is there a specific route a pilot can take in order to maximize the efficiency of maintaining momentum? This is rather important as what position I draw the plane in depends on its trajectory. Side question- If you remove the limitations of G-force, and give the aircraft the ability to turn at almost any angle, would most parameters and techniques go out the window? I also had difficulty finding data on the amount of fuel a jet's afterburner consumes over a given amount of time. If anyone can give me a educated guess that would be appreciated. There are many more questions I have, but those will be answered by a fighter pilot I have an appointment with later this week. I'm asking here because I figured getting a wide variety of answers would be a wise choice. Feel free to list information you think would be of assistance. I have basically little to no knowledge of any field relative to aerodynamics or aerobatics. literally anything will help. (Also if you see anything that is incorrect or information that is necessary for me to add please inform me, I'll correct it immediately.) Thank you for your time.