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7.8.3. One of the more common errors made by students is to use the reciprocal of the computed
wind when making compensations. Examples are crabbing left for a wind coming from the right
or slowing down for a head wind component. These simple errors have the effect of doubling the
effect of the wind component. Prevent these errors by estimating the wind and its compensation
prior to working the math.
7.9. CORRECT
7.9.1. Correcting for Course
7.9.1.1. As with T-34 VNAV sorties, there are three basic types of corrections available for
course errors.
STANDARD CORRECTIONS FOR 300 KNOTS
DISTANCE
OFF COURSE
CORRECTION
TIME
10o
1/2 mile
0+30
10o
1 mile
1+00
20o
0+30
10o
1.5 miles
1+30
30o
0+30
2 miles
10
2+00
20
1+00
2.5 miles
10
2+30
10o
3 miles
3+00
20o
1+30
30o
1+00
Figure 7-6
7.9.1.1.1. Standard Corrections: Standard corrections are the most common and only
require the aircraft be a known distance off course. The table in Figure 7-6 illustrates the
standard corrections used for an aircraft traveling at 300 kts ground speed. In Figure 7-6
note the correction for one mile is 10 for 1 minute and is a basis for the other correction
7-9


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