Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 48

“Former President Theodore Roosevelt had a son to be proud of. Lieutenant Quentin Roosevelt, on July 14, 1918, was killed when he engaged a German aircraft well behind enemy lines, and got himself shot down. Lieutenant Roosevelt was buried with honors at Chambry on the Marne by German soldiers. His grave was found after the war. A German airman dropped a message to the Americans informing them that he had been killed, which at that time was not an uncommon occurrence. One month before, Quentin had shot down his first and only German airplane.”

1) When overhead “JONES BEACH MONUMENT”, turn to a heading of “290

2) Descend to “2000” feet

3) Turn onto final, runway 31R at JFK International airport

4) Follow the mathematical progression to find the missing number in the series, and go to that AirLeg.

53    23   43   13   33  ___  23

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