Review of the ONav FTI
This will prepare you for ONav hands-on sessions by presenting
low-altitude maneuvering and attacking techniques/procedures.
Upon completion of this lesson, you should be knowledgeable of
low-altitude flying hazards, course/time corrections, and bingo
This lesson covers knowledge applicable to actually flying an
operational navigation mission, as opposed to the academics of
planning one. Order is as follows:
Procedures for low-level navigation
Determination of position
Low altitude attacks
Hazards of low-altitude
Safety concerns of low altitude flight
Flying the bingo profile
The planning skills you developed in your ONav study sessions
should serve as a firm foundation upon which you can now build
greater experience in the actual practice of operational navigation.
Just as you learned to carefully plan your mission, you must now
learn to meticulously fly that plan with great precision if your
mission is to succeed.