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  • n. Plural form of VOR.

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Examples

  • I had studied and practiced navigation by radio beacons -- known as VORs -- and I knew very well that a VOR lay eight miles south of Montpelier.

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  • Give me a dead-reckoning heading, just something to play with till we get VORs.

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  • VORs who despise the intended are usually too compromised to help.

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  • If one is trying to get from LaGuardia to O'Hare and there's a solid line of thunderstorms from Toronto to Atlanta topping 50,000 feet, it matters not whether the flight is navigating using VORs, GPS, Boy Scout compass, or taxiing on Interstate 80-you're NOT going to get through the weather, and there will be delays.

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  • VORs broadcast a VHF radio composite signal including the station's

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  • Two VOR receivers are best, but you can still identify an intersection with one VOR by switching the frequency and comparing the radials of both VORs.

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  • VORs, and airspace boundaries, to quickly access further information.

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  • Give me a dead-reckoning heading, just something to play with till we get VORs. "

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