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TH TAS TRK GS
DA
X- W H/ T DIR
VEL
38 048 168 057 185
39 150 164 158 175
40 025 335 032 350
41 358 125 003 133
42 089 205 094 218
43 148 695 140 705
44 157 850 165 845
45 248 450 250 435
46 269 445 273 440
47 258 205 266 213
B.
Apply the appropriate procedures for determining in-flight winds under the
following conditions:
An H-3 is on a true heading of 085° and is experiencing 10° of right
1.
drift. The crew has determined the ground speed to be 125 kts.
True air speed is determined to be 115 kts.
a.
What type of wind is the helicopter experiencing?
___________
b.
What is the actual wind being encountered? ___________
A P-3 is on a track of 175° and has traveled 125 nm since taking
2.
off 20 minutes ago. It has maintained a true heading of 185° and
has flown at a constant TAS of 360 kts.
a.
What type of wind has it experienced? ___________
b.
What is the speed and direction on the winds encountered?
___________
3.
Refer to the previous cross-country example (Nav-5, # 3): you
maintained the desired TAS and altitude, and constant TH of 341°.
Having determined your track as 346°, and arriving at point B at
1420 GMT, what were the actual winds encountered in flight?
__________
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