Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 104

“Determining lines of position and fixes is at the heart of all navigational problems. With this information, it is possible to calculate the headings you must follow in order to arrive at your destination. A fix is made wherever two or more lines of position (LOPs) cross. Determining your location with respect to the earth's surface is called fixing a position.”

1) Intercept and track inbound on the OAK VOR “160” radial

2) When crossing the SFO VOR “090” radial, climb to “2000” feet

3) What does “ADF” stand for?

If your answer is “Automatic Direction Finder”, go to AirLeg 68

If your answer is “Automated Director Facility”, go to AirLeg 24

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