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Aircraft Nav/Aids of the world

A cache by Rentakid Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/21/2002
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Geocache Description:

Find a Aircraft Nav/Aids and log a cache

Aircraft Nav/Aids of the world

Not the VOR at PAE

Picture by Woffi. Thank you Woffi Good job and happy flying

The coords for this cache belong to Paine field VOR The first person to find and take a picture of PAEs VOR, I will use in this cache and give due credit.

VOR & VORTAC: "Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Range"

NDBs : "Non Directional radio Beacon"

(OM)"Outer Markers"

(MM)"Middle Markers"

(IM)"Inner Marker"

(RP) IFR Reporting pionts: You can locate them on High/low altitude IFR charts. Find the spot on the ground and score a find.

Have you ever wanted to know how aircraft navigated in 0ft visibility before GPS? Have you ever wanted to know where on the ground a Nav/aid was located? Here is your chance to log a find of a Nav/Aid. I am also looking for intersections and or reporting check points on the ground of Low and High altitude Federal airways. Here is a source that might help you AirNav: Navaid Information


Some Nav/aids are on private land, atop of mountains, at airports, on top of building, on Islands, Most have a fence around tower. Use common sense, sometimes you can not get very close to the nav/aid. You may use the published coords and or your own, depending on the placement of the NAV/AID. I will except any log that shows you and the NAV/AID in the forground

This is a locationless Geocache. Please post any nice bits of info that you learn when you went out to look for the cache.


  1. First words of your log must be the type of "nav/aid", or "Reporting check point" and ID
  2. Give the coords of your cache find
  3. Post a picture of you and the physical ground base nav/aid in the back or foreground
  4. If it is a Intersection or Reporting point, take a picture of you and the general area with coords.
  5. One log per person, each location can be logged only once.
  6. If you do not have a camera and have a cache in mind post the required info, you have one week to post a picture or it will be up for grabs.

Have fun and good times.


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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:42 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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