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Features January 2010 Issue

No Initial Fix Needed

One of the great things about using GPS for approaches is that you can get yourself established on approach as well (or better) than ATC. But thatís presuming the chart tells you where to go.

Back when I used to teach science classes for elementary school students and their teachers, we used to say that a great question was one that generated an answer plus two more questions. Such it is with the RNAV (GPS) Rwy 33 approach to Easton, Md.

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