PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES IN THE USE OF STANDARD LORAN IN OCEAN NAVIGATION SINCE THE END OF THE WAR

Commander R. A. Tuttle

Abstract: Three years after V-J Day finds standard Loran, one of the outstanding war developments, filling a place in the peaceful pursuits of the postwar period. This long-range navigational system has enjoyed an everincreasing popularity among marine and over-water interests, practically since the moment of its release from the classified category of military equipment. It bids well to become a navigational tool of constantly increasing usefulness in its contribution toward speedy and safe passage of the enormous present-day volume of transoceanic air and surface traffic.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 1, Number 12
Pages: 268 - 271
Cite this article: Tuttle, Commander R. A., "PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES IN THE USE OF STANDARD LORAN IN OCEAN NAVIGATION SINCE THE END OF THE WAR", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 1, No. 12, 1948, pp. 268-271.
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