So, these are our two possible holding patterns:
Next, you can analyze your end points. Since you're working with 10 NM legs, your end
points must be at 35 DME. Recalling that travel must always be toward the fix, you know now
that you will be flying from SW to NE toward 25 DME.
Finally, because no direction of turns are given, you assume that standard, or right turns are
Of the two remaining patterns, only one satisfies all of the conditions: the one on the
bottom (Figure 9).
One more example:
"0F23, hold Southeast of the Navy Glenview 330°R/30 miles, 10 mile legs. Maintain
17,000'. Expect further clearance 1740Z (Figure 10).