APPLY INFORMATION FROM DATA SHEET TO FRONT OF CHART
Now that most of the required chart annotations are on the chart, you are ready to stamp or draw
the "doghouses" (information boxes) for each leg. These doghouses will contain all of the
information recorded on the worksheet, plus provide a place to record fuel readings during flight.
You will have one doghouse for each point on a low-level route, including the target. As an
example, your first information box will contain the magnetic course from point A to B, the
distance, estimated time enroute from A to B, altitude for that leg, fuel data for that leg (in
pencil), and the BINGO information for point A (BINGO information will be discussed later).
Your last information box contains the BINGO information for the target plus the course
information regarding the initial routing from the target in accordance with the stereo route or
filed flight plan.
Place the information boxes parallel with the leg for which they pertain. Avoid placing them
over existing annotations, and do not place them within 5 NM of the course line. Figure 2-12
shows an example.
Figure 2-12 Doghouse Placement
LOW-LEVEL CHART PREPARATION