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Re: [ov-10fans] runway length

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  • Tim McReynolds
    Weather = DA or Density Altitude which is a formula using temperature and altitude - try Fallon, NV (isn t it at 3000 or 4000 MSL) I think Yuma is 383 msl -
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      Weather = DA or Density Altitude which is a formula using temperature and altitude - try Fallon, NV (isn't it at 3000 or 4000' MSL) I think Yuma is 383' msl -  on a hot day with a full load of ordinance 
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      To: eddiex
      Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2002 7:09 PM
      Subject: Re: [ov-10fans] runway length

      ed x,

           I all depends on the model of Bronco, weight of the aircraft / payload and weather conditions.  I flew the Alpha model.  Depending on the previously mentioned conditions, we could take off any where from under 1,000 feet up to almost 5,000 feet (full load of ordnance in early summer in Yuma).  For those of you familiar with that locale, dang near took all of 21 R or L on our way to Chocolate Mountains.

      Semper Fi,
      Les Serman

      eddiex wrote:

      what is the lenghth of runway does a bronco need for take off and landing? ed x


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