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    Re: Computer space required to get 1" accuracy
    From: Antoine Couëtte
    Date: 2010 May 2, 01:31 -0700

    Dear Frank,

    Ref : Your post in

    [NavList 12932]. From: FrankReed---com
    Date: 1 May 2010 15:51

    Thank you for your kind advice.

    I definitely need to devote sufficient time to study this more in depth. Unfortunately, almost no time during May.

    BTW, this Wed I should resume flights to the USA :-) , this time to meet with my USN fellows in Florida : 30 years already we started our transition to fly the NAVY A7E Corsair II dubbed "Sluf" : Short Little Ugly Fellah !

    You also wrote


    there's a benefit from trying different approaches, as independently developed as possible --at minimum, it saves us from the evils of "group think" masquerading as "consensus".


    Yes I agree 100% with your magnificent idea !

    We have already experienced that it has enabled some nice improvements.

    It is always a mutual "enrichment" to benefit from different ways to tackle the same problem, with (hopefully) the very same end-result.

    Best Regards

    Antoine M. "Kermit" Couëtte

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