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Fitness Training
 

The Sport:

  • Orienteering History
  • Orienteering Overview
  • Course Setup
  • Officials
  • Start/Finish Areas
  • Course Safety
  • Control Point Guidelines
  • Map Symbols
  • Orienteering Techniques
  • Civilian Orienteering

    The Skills:

  • Maps
  • Marginal Information and Symbols
  • Grids
  • Scale and Distance
  • Direction
  • Overlays
  • Aerial Photographs
  • Navigation Equipment and Methods
  • Elevation and Relief
  • Terrain Association
  • Navigation in Different Types of Terrain

  • Field Sketching
  • Map Folding Techniques
  • Units of Measure and Conversion Factors

  • Map Symbols

    The map symbols in Figure F-9 are ty/imagesal topographic and cultural symbols that can be selected for orienteering control points. The map cutouts have been selected from DMA maps.

    Figure F-9. Map symbols.

    Figure F-9. Map symbols.

     

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

     

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

     

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

     

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

     

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

     

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

     

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

     

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

    Figure F-9. Map symbols (continued).

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