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Greetings- Does anyone know if the winlink catalog has an image of the gulf stream available? If so how is it used? Is it an infrared image?
Jim
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Jim:

Yes, there are two files which are truncated or shrunk (I lack suitable computer jargon to do the process justice) down to a size that can be used. They are .tif files as I recall and titled just as you would expect. One is useful when transiting between Cuba and Mexico to S Florida, the other when transiting up the East Coast.

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