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This is extracted from the RNAV (GPS) RWY 23 of WESTERN NEBRASKA RGNL/WILLIAM B HEILIG FIELD (BFF) in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. A VDP (Visual Descent Point) is only used in conjunction with an MDA (Minimum Descent Altitude). Do not mistake this for a DA (Decision Altitude). If visual contact with the runway environment is not made once a pilot reaches MDA, the ...


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It is the year followed by the day of the year of the last ammendment to the chart. If there have been no changes to the chart since it was first issued, this space is blank. In this case the chart was revised on the 171st day of 2019. If you look at the bottom left hand portion of the chart, the date shows the last time the procedure was revised e.g.—...


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In a 2018 publication, "A Treatise on the Holding Pattern:Expelling the Myths and Misconceptions of Timing and Wind Correction", the complete mathematical solution of the generalized holding pattern problem was finally solved. The results are completely analytic and are valid for any wind direction and wind speed up to 99.99% of the aircraft true airspeed. ...


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