Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 36

1) When “10.5” DME from LAX VOR, descend to “500” feet

“Now don't get too excited! This doesn't necessarily mean you're getting ready to land! Remember, Professor Miller and I are conniving dirty rotten scoundrels and we're just baiting you to anticipate a 'Maybe this is it!' Well, maybe it is! But what do you think the chances of that are, honestly?”

2) Who built the engine for the first Wright Flyer?

If your answer is “Orville & Wilbur Wright”, go to AirLeg 114

If your answer is “Charles Taylor”, go to AirLeg 26

If your answer is “Glenn Curtiss”, go to AirLeg 106

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