range marker


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range marker

A single calibration blip fed onto the time base of a radial display. The rotation of the time base shows the single blips as a circle on the plan position indicator scope. It may be used to measure range.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Marks outer range marker. These schools of mackerel will readily bite but usually only on the size baitfish they are feeding on.
I usually put a decoy at an exact yardage, say 10 or 20 yards, to serve as a range marker.
Properly called the "Range Marker Bar Reticle," the TDS reticle is just one part of a three-part training system espoused by Colonel T.D.
"We ran to the bent range marker and caught a little bait, maybe two dozen, using size 6 and 8 sabiki rigs," Mills said.
Many months ago a popular range marker called the Bent Range Marker, located almost east of Government Cut and also a popular baitfish and Spanish mackerel attractor, was named to be torn down as well.
"These range markers are my saviors," said Emil LaViola as he lined up the range marker lights as we came into the Fort Pierce Inlet after the night's fishing.
Marks usually sees a lot of mackerel around the outer range marker just off the flats.
The operation reformed in 1939 with women then taking on new roles such as radio operators, bomb range markers, radar plotters and cypher officers.