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If you have a crosswind, you will have to crab to stay on your desired course. If you are
blown off course, you must correct back to course while still crabbing for the crosswind.
When you find that the wind has affected you, you must get back on course. Determine how
you got off course and then apply a crab to compensate. If you continue to get blown off course
you must increase your crab until you have compensated for the wind. Observe the aircraft in
Figure 33. It has been blown off course and has taken several tries to finally establish itself on
course.
Figure 33
If the crab is too large, the aircraft will cross the radial and continue off in the opposite
direction. (Figure 34)
Figure 34
3-24 RADIAL TRACKING AND COURSE CONTROL


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