mission profile


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mission profile

A graphical or written plot of a flight level from the start to the end of the mission. It normally is indicated as lo-lo-lo (low-low-low), hi-hi-lo (high-high-low), or hi-lo-hi (high-low-high). The first letter indicates the height during the ingress mode, the second indicates the height to fly when near the target, and the last letter indicates the height to fly during the egress, or return, to the base flight.
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