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Try two or three miles in a jet. A turboprop might do it in a mile if its not sharp turn. R-

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Also, when using DME for anticipation your start of turn, do not forget to include a correction for altitude when in such close proximity to the VOR/DME-TAC. If on top of the VOR, each 6000 feet above approx would indicate an additional nm. This is called slant range correction and drops in value as you get further away from the source.

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