Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 39

1) When crossing airway “Vl-16”, turn towards the lake in the city of Ronkonkoma

2) Descend to “1100” feet

“Here is an incredible tale! On October 27, 1918, Canadian air ace William Barker, flying his Sopwith Snipe E8102, shot down a white-painted German two-seater. Sooner than soon, he was jumped by a Fokker D. VII, which he promptly shot down too! While in that scramble, he fell into a formation of 15 German fighters! He drove two of them down, but upon receiving a thigh wound, he became unconscious. Moments later, when he recovered, he fought fiercely and shot down a second Fokker D. VII, but lost consciousness once again when he was hit in the arm! Again, he recovered, and thinking his ticket was punched, he attempted to ram another Fokker, but shot it up! This brought his final score to 50 enemy aircraft in 12 months! As a result of this action, he received the Victoria Cross, the last one awarded to a British airman during World War I.”

3) When abeam the “504” foot obstruction, press “P” to pause the simulation

Record your:

DME from DPK VOR_____________________(55 pts)

DME from LGA VOR_____________________(50 pts)

Radial from DPK VOR____________________(45 pts)

Radial from LGA VOR____________________(40 pts)

Heading_______________________________(35 pts)

VSI        _______________________________(25 pts)

Altitude________________________________(20 pts)

Maximum Elevation Figure of your current position

              ________________________________(10 pts)

4) Press “P” to continue the simulation

5) Turn to The Gallery section at the end of this scenario. Match the following name with the appropriate aircraft, and go to the AirLeg indicated.

Dornier Do. 335 A-l

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