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To meet the requirements of the Search and Rescue merit badge, Scouts must complete a series of nine requirements relating to SAR fundamentals such as: * The process and safety methods of working around specialized teams such as aircraft, canine, and aquatic rescue teams * Identifying differences between search and rescue environments, such as coastal, wilderness, rural, and urban landscapes * Determining when Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) and latitude and longitude (Lat/Lon) should be used As an active SAR volunteer and former associate director of program (once responsible for backcountry operations) at Philmont Scout Ranch, one of the BSA's four high-adventure bases, Doug Palmer fully understands the importance of learning these skills.
Azimuth of the facing slope was recorded as was Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinates of the initiating point.
The Santiam Pass Winter Recreation Map, drawn at a scale of two inches to the mile, is marked off in Universal Transverse Mercator 1,000-meter grids.
3 include broader support for mapping locations in Canada and the United Kingdom and conversion of Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinates to traditional longitude/latitude positioning.
The TSCD must be initialized with a universal transverse mercator (UTM) and a 10-digit grid with altitude.
The operator will be able to print the "Desired Effects" and " Rationale" fields plus the ASL with latitude-longitude grid coordinates instead of Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM).
Land- based users will also benefit from the receiver's Universal Transverse Mercator compatibility.
The surveyor can convert the geographic coordinates to Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) and then establish a survey control point (SCP).