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Arnie Johnson
Re: Aiming
Tue Dec 10, 2013 07:26

Yes, one is sufficient, but more is better. By having more, it is possible to see whether the aircraft has a "heading" error (thinking of my BUFF days).


  • Re: AimingAnonymous, Tue Dec 10 05:38
    ..and isn't one sufficient ?
    • Re: Aiming — Arnie Johnson, Tue Dec 10 07:26
      • Re: AimingAnonymous, Wed Dec 11 06:19
        ..are you a nav ?
        • Re: AimingTom, Mon Dec 23 03:20
          ..with how many hrs. ?
          • Aiming/Hours?Arnie Johnson, Tue Dec 24 06:14
            I was a Nav/Radar Nav/Bombardier (Instructor) in in B-52D & G and FB-111A with approximately 5,000 hours flying time.
            • Re: Aiming/Hours?Anonymous, Fri Dec 27 07:26
              ..does a heading error play a role ? So the offsets are selected one by one, updated and entered ?
              • Re: Aiming/Hours?Arnie Johnson, Fri Dec 27 19:48
                Heading error definitely plays a role! The heading for the B-52D & G was derived from magnetic unless you were in an area that magnetic would reek havoc on heading such as near the magnetic pole.... more
                • Re: Aiming/Hours?Anonymous, Thu Jan 2 05:22
                  Would you answer my other questions yet, please ?
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