Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 94

“The United States' leading fighter-pilot of World War II was Major Richard Bong, who during two tours of duty in the Pacific, downed 40 Japanese planes. A noteworthy incident was that during his first tour, his P-38 was jumped by a lone Japanese Zero. In attempting to escape, Bong maneuvered brilliantly (actually quite by accident!) into the middle of a 9-plane Japanese formation! The enemy were as startled as he was, but they were a mite slower in recovering from their surprise! He managed to down three Zeros, scatter the survivors, and fly into the wild blue yonder unscathed!”

1) Descend to “3000” feet

2) When crossing the air sign that says 'Welcome to Connecticut!', press “P” to pause the simulation

Record your:

DME from LGA VOR_____________________(50 pts)

Radial from LGA VOR____________________(50 pts)

Heading_______________________________(40 pts)

Radial from DPK VOR____________________(30 pts)

Altitude________________________________(20 pts)

Name of amusement park off to your LEFT

            _________________________________(5 pts)

(Clue: named after a piece of bread!)

3) Press “P” to continue the simulation

4) Turn to the Puzzle Tribes section at the end of this scenario. Match the following clue with the appropriate answer, and go to the AirLeg indicated.


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