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    Re: Flight Navigation
    From: Gary LaPook
    Date: 2007 Apr 11, 10:58 -0700

    
    Here is link to the current Air Force navigation manual, AFPAM
    11-216 , which is the updated version of AFM 51-40.This has a very
    good description of presesure pattern navigation and also has chapters
    on celestial and celestial precomputation. Unfortunately, it no longer
    has sections on double drift or single LOP landfall.
    
    gl
    
    http://www.e-publishing.af.mil/pubfiles/af/11/afpam11-216/afpam11-216.pdf
    
    
    
    On Mar 12, 12:46 pm, glap...@PACBELL.NET wrote:
    > The daily page is actually from 1982.
    >
    > On Mar 12, 12:35 pm, Gary LaPook  wrote:
    >
    > > Gary LaPook wrote:
    > > >I am attaching several excerpts from the Air Almanac and H.O 249 Volume 1 
    that can be used to see the differences in flight navigation practice 
    compared to surface navigation. From the Air Almanac is the daily page for 
    July 1, 1992, which is actually printed back to back on one page of the 
    almanac.
    
    
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