Flight Lieutenant L. F. Banks, RAF

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Abstract: This condensation of a paper by Flt/Lt L.F. Banks, RAF,entitled "Grid Navigation in All Latitudes," was prepared by Flt/Lt J. Langston, RAF, his successor as RAF Exchange Officer at the U.S. Air Force Bombardment School. A large part of the introductory section of the original paper was deleted, in order that the most important sections could be printed in their entirety. In this section, Flt/Lt Banks discussc,s the need for a means of direction determination that is divorced from the conventional latitude-longitude lattice. He reaches the conclusion that a global grid is a necessity, particularly in view of the extended ranges of present-day aircraft.
Published in: NAVIGATION: Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 2, Number 9
Pages: 324 - 330
Cite this article: Banks, Flight Lieutenant L. F., RAF,, "GRID NAVIGATION - GLOBAL REQUIREMENTS", NAVIGATION: Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 2, No. 9, 1951, pp. 324-330.
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