Range and distance you pull it up from the radar , you shich to low sacle on the screen to be more accurate , you can pull out also the speed - Radar antena makes 6 turns in a minute , so you can place your joystick on the target , and place it again after 30 sconds and you have the speed ( its a math calculation ) if you want to be more acci=urate you pull the speed after a minute -

So we have : range , azimut , and speed from the radar -

Eduardo made the math based on known facts : ships always drive straight when shooting and they keep the same speed -

We know were the 155 mm were and how long it took the projectile to reach ( about 50 seconds )

We aimed the canon ahead with range and azimut and when the ship was 50 seconds to the match point we order fire -

Where I wrote azimut , please

**read Bearing**in degrees - range in nautical miles , which Eduardo had to convert to Meters , and the degrees read in Degrees he had to convert into Artillery Milietrers where you have a circle , in that circle you have 360 degrees equivalent to 6,400 Artillery Milimeters -