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AF Manual 64-4 Survival USAF July 1985

# AF Manual 64-4 Survival USAF July 1985

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(1) One can probably read the coordinates of point A
and B in figure 20-24 rather easily; however, plotting
points on maps from given coordinates must also be
done. To do this, first get acquainted with the map
being used. Assume that figure 20-24 is the map being
used. Note that it covers an area from 38N to 39N and
from 104W to 105W, an area of 1 o by 1”. Also note that
latitude and longitude are subdivided by 30’ division
lines and then with tick marks into 5- and l-minute
subdivisions.

(2) Assume that the coordinates of the point which
must be plotted are 382800N1040800W. Next, follow
the general procedure listed below to plot the point on
the map:

(a) Locate the parallel of latitude for degrees

(38”N).

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