Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 69

1) Climb to “4000” feet

2) Intercept and track inbound on the DPK VOR “234” radial

“On April 22, 1946, Grumman Aerospace received a United States Navy order for its first jet fighter design. In continuing the 'cat' name tradition set by Wildcat, Hellcat, Tigercat, and Bearcat, it was the F9F Panther. It became the best of the first generation U.S. Navy fighters.”

3) Track counterclockwise on the DPK VOR “7.0” DME arc

4) When crossing the DPK VOR “220” degree radial, climb to “4500” feet

5) When crossing the DPK VOR “140” degree radial, turn to a heading of “025

6) What was the name of Charles Yeager's P-51?

   If your answer is “Glamorous Glen III”, go to AirLeg 65

   If your answer is “Gentle Lady”, go to AirLeg 43

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