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    Re: Line of Position Fix
    From: Brad Morris
    Date: 2012 Oct 19, 12:03 -0400

    Chief Franklin

    I am glad to see you weigh in on this topic.  It gives me an opportunity to ask a follow up question regarding fleet practice with regards to the observations.

    How many stars (bodies) were used in the determination of a twilight fix?  Did the actual practice match the published advice to fleet officers in training at the academy?

    Respectfully
    Brad Morris

    On Oct 19, 2012 11:56 AM, "Byron Franklin" <byronink---.com> wrote:

    Byron to Debbra, If you have 'you tube' go to "navtec333" I have a complete
    video on filling in the sight form (229)and plotting the fix. It also talks about using a star finder. The best time to shoot stars or any body is when the horizon is clear and visible and the body's near 90 degrees for two or well spred for more than two. practice makes nearer to perfect.
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