Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 110

“ICAO stands for the International Civil Aviation Organization. You know how a Ford automobile is known to be American, while a Toyota is known to be Japanese, and so on and so forth? Well, airplanes are distinguished by their nationality marks. For most civil aircraft, they are either one or two letters or a number and a letter which is painted on both sides of the fuselage or tail It is also displayed on the underside of the wing. Each country that belongs to the ICAO reports its nationality mark to the organization.

1) When “25.0” DME from SFO VOR, turn towards “HUNTERS POINT

2) Descend to “2500” feet

3) Choose the proper word from the Silly Sniglets section at the end of this scenario, and go to the AirLeg indicated.

The act of blowing on the tip of a pencil after sharpening it.

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