Discussion in 'The Training Wing' started by chocolate_frog, Jan 28, 2012.
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Can anyone remember the pneumonic for locating yourself on a map, if you're lost?Ma
Hope that helps.
Mag to Grid get rid for bearings and E before N for Grid References .... does that help ?
"The Circle of Uncertainty is an imaginary line drawn around an Aircrewman and his nav-bag."
Alternatively, look out of the window and make the map fit the ground. Then call in a fire-mission; the bigger the better. Where the rounds come in will be (roughly) the grid you gave them.
That's the dancer, I kept coming up with PACESDO!!!
Tiddle, if only!!! Not got enough though
Hope you get over your pnumonia, CF.
I remember one for where someone else is:
I don't, but I may know an mnemonic for it.
Who puts an n after m, I ask you.
That is from 'issuing a fire control order.'
Rounds in the air! Where do you want them?
Never......Ask a Rupert!
The most dangerous thing in the Army, when in command of a Map!
The same people who invented SSSSSM as one, I guess.
I usually just look for the coloured arrow and the notation "You Are Here".
Separate names with a comma.