by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller
1) Proceed direct to the closest VOR (JFK, LGA, or DPK) to you
“Britains 'first jet fighters, Gloster Meteors, joined the Royal Air Force in July 1944 to help intercept German V-l buzz bombs which were hurtling towards London at 300 to 400 miles per hour. Being able to fly at 490 miles per hour, the Meteors could outfly the missiles, but couldn't shoot them down easily because of faulty guns. On August 4th, Meteor pilot T.D. Dean targeted a V-l, but his 20 millimeter cannon jammed. Nevertheless, he accomplished the first combat victory for an Allied jet by maneuvering alongside the missile, sliding a wing tip beneath a bomb wing, and then banking sharply to unbalance the V-l, which sent it crashing to earth. I bet you won't find that in any 'How To Bring A Bomb Down' manual!”
2) When “5.0” DME from that VOR, intercept and track clockwise on that VOR's “5.0” DME arc
3) Turn to the Silly Sniglets section at the end of this scenario. Match the following definition with the appropriate word, and go to the AirLeg indicated.
Definition: DEPOSITS FOUND IN ONE'S EYES UPON
AWAKENING IN THE MORNING! ALSO
CALLED GOZZAGAREENA, OPTIGOOK,