Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 97

“Miracles work good on air warriors. Lieutenant I.M. Chisov of the Red Air Force survived a fall of 22,000 feet without a parachute, when he fell from his badly damaged Ilyushin 11-4 twin-engined medium bomber! You can close your mouth now! Yes, I did say 22,000 feet! He landed in a big pile of cow poop! No! At his terminal velocity of 150 miles per hour, his fall was broken as his body struck the edge of a snow-covered ravine, which he slid down with decreasing speed until he came to a stop. He received a broken pelvis and severe spinal injuries. Bet that was quite a story he told his grandkids!”

1) Turn towards the open air theater south of the city of Jericho

2) Climb to “4100” feet

3) When abeam the city of BayShore, press “P” to pause the simulation

Record your:

DME from DPK VOR_____________________(40 pts)

Radial from JFK VOR_____________________(40 pts)

Altitude________________________________(35 pts)

Heading_______________________________(35 pts)

Radial from DPK VOR____________________(20 pts)

VSI       ________________________________(15 pts)

4) Press “P” to continue the simulation

5) Germany's highest-scoring World War II ace flew what aircraft?

   If your answer is “Messerschmitt Me. 109”, go to AirLeg 10

   If your answer is “Focke-Wulf Fw. 190”, go to AirLeg 23

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