Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 48

“Whenever you are flying on a VFR cross country, it is always a smart move to have flight following services. The controlling agency will simply keep track of you on their radar by your request, and it's kind of like having Big Brother watching over you! A classic example of this is when you desire to fly through a Military Operating Area (MOA) and you 're in its active airspace. Not that I condone that, but if done, have radar following you, so that they can tell you when to shuck and jive out of a military hot shot's path!”

1) Track inbound on the OAK VOR “016” radial

2) Descend to “1500” feet

3) Follow the mathematical progression to find the missing number in the series, and go to that AirLeg.

12      3      24      6      48      12      __      24      192

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