A comprehensive guide to land navigation with GPS
"This practical, hands-on guide was written to meet the needs of those who wish to apply the advantages of the new Global Positioning System (GPS) technology to their navigational requirements on land....focused on what GPS can do and how it can best be used by you in a variety of everyday circumstances."--Cover.
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GPS An Overview Introduction
The Utility of GPS On Land
Navigating With GPS and a Map
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accuracy ARROW keys auxiliary feature azimuth central meridian chapter checkpoint contour lines control points coordinate system course datum destination waypoint direction and distance display earth's surface Easton elevation equator Evans Mills Finally function geographic coordinates Global Positioning System GPS equipment GPS receiver GPS unit graphic grid line labels Grid Zone Designation ground highway horizontal identify kilometers land navigation large numerals LASTFIX BUFFER LAT/LON latitude and longitude lensatic compass longitude Magellan GPS magnetic declination map Figure map sheet map's maps produced meters MGRS/UTM grid NAV/ROUTE key Navigation with GPS option oriented portrayed POS/WPT position fixes press ENTER prime meridian protractor real world route satellites SCALE USGS screen scroll SEGMENT selected SETUP parameter slope Square identification stored subfunction techniques terrain association terrain features tion topographic maps Trailblazerm U.S. Army unit's memory Universal Transverse Mercator UTM Grid Coordinate UTM grid zones values