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  • Shortly after midnight, the BUFF started a straight-in approach to the Thai base.

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  • The guys I mostly recall from those point-fighting days were Chuck Norris, MIke Stone, Joe Lewis, and Skipper Mullins, and most of them were straight-in, straight-out, especially Lewis.

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  • He said Royal Jordanian had a few flights from Marka Airport in Amman to Baghdad and that they took evasive action, such as circling down steeply instead of an expected straight-in landing pattern.

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  • “So we just made a slow, circling descent, tried never to get to a very large bank angle, and were successfully able to make a straight-in landing on to the lake bed,” Armstrong remembers.

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  • Okay, the landing will be on runway 35, south lake and will be a straight-in approach.

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  • “So we just made a slow, circling descent, tried never to get to a very large bank angle, and were successfully able to make a straight-in landing on to the lake bed,” Armstrong remembers.

    First Man

  • Based on his own low L/D studies made in a F-104, Drinkwater felt that a long, straight-in approach—one made at relatively high speed—was ideal.

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  • Okay, the landing will be on runway 35, south lake and will be a straight-in approach.

    First Man

  • Okay, the landing will be on runway 35, south lake and will be a straight-in approach.

    First Man

  • Based on his own low L/D studies made in a F-104, Drinkwater felt that a long, straight-in approach—one made at relatively high speed—was ideal.

    First Man

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