[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] There is however a route up the Mediterranean that offers two advantages, namely, a short distance to target and an element of confusion in the hostile territory over which heavily laden Israeli aircraft would have to fly, this being the route above Turkish Cyprus before turning right over the sparsely populated border regions of both Turkey and Syria.
What does DTT stand for?
DTT stands for Distance to Target
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Distance to target, which impacts beam divergence and which would cause a dilution in precision; 2.
Rule Of Thumb: Method I This rule tells us to use: Cosine of angle times distance to target to get an effective "gravity distance.
This enables to take the following factors into account: CV speed, roll and trim difference, target relative angular speed, distance to target, type of ammunition, CV course angle, air temperature and pressure, charge temperature, angle of sight, etc.
Not only can you now get crystal-clear images with the high-contrast LED display, but you also have accurate distance to target right at your fingertips.
The distance to target ratio is 1:1, which means that the thermometer should be placed as close to the target as possible, without the need to touch the surface being measured.
Minimum target size is 25mm (about an inch), and the distance to target ratio is 3:1 -- that is, at 75mm, the target size is 25mm.