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    Re: Franklin Piloting
    From: Antoine Couëtte
    Date: 2012 Sep 7, 21:18 -0700

    Thank you very much for your reply Byron,

    That is quite clear that the method you have invented definitely improves/betters all and any observed fixes in a simple and expeditious manner.

    Looking forward to your follow-up on Navaids selection.

    Have a Great WE, and

    Best Friendly Regards

    Kermit

    Antoine M. "Kermit" Couëtte

    PS : That's a small world : in my day to day Civilian Aviation life, I'm constantly using an equivalent to your "rule of 60", in the sense that "1 Nautical Mile times 1 degree equals 100 ft" ... Should I ever forget that this rule is applicable only to degrees and not to %'s, I was once taught that "Navy Miles and Degrees go to bed together" ... therefore I have always remembered it without error ever since :-) .
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