Land Nav Assistant

Land Nav Assistant


Land Nav Assistant accepts MGRS (Military Grid) or Latitude / Longitude coordinates and visually navigates you to each point.

This app was designed with Army, Marine, and other military personnel in mind. Use it to correct your Land Nav technique by analyzing your pace count and tendency to veer left and right.

Available Input: 8/10 digit MGRS, latitude/longitude, and map input.

Simple arrow interface directs you to your point. In addition, your distance, direction, speed, and bearing are shown as you navigate.

Satellite map view shows all your points, and let you add new ones.

Displays distance/direction from your currently location to all points.

Export your list of points to a spreadsheet for personal use.

Import or share your points via spreadsheet. You don't have to enter points with your device keyboard anymore! The import utility is available at: https://www.gammonapplications.com/landnavimport/

This app uses the Military Grid Reference System (MGRS) and Latitude / Longitude.

Choose to display your MGRS locations as 10-digit or 8-digit.

Angles can be displayed in degrees or mils.

D:M:S can be input in the format DD:MM:SS followed by the appropriate direction (NSWE). Default direction is N, W.

Examples of valid DMS Inputs:
40:43:0 , 74:0:0
40:43:00N , 74:0:0W
40:43:00N ,-74:0:0E

DO NOT use this application while learning Land Navigation. Land Navigation is a valuable skill, and should be mastered before using this application. Do not rely solely on this application for navigation, especially when lost. Always be aware of your surroundings.

Recent changes:
Version 1.8
-Full Compass View

Version 1.7
-You can now add locations by touching the Map
-MGRS points are spaced out for readability
-Import/Share your locations with the new spreadsheet upload utility at https://www.gammonapplications.com/landnavimport/


Version 1.6
- Fixed issue where the last two points on the locations list were hidden
- Option to display your grids as 8 digit or 10 digit
- Added option for mils
- Increased readability
- Added option to increase text size
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About Land Nav Assistant
Land Nav Assistant accepts MGRS (Military Grid) or Latitude / Longitude coordinates and visually navigates you to each point.

This app was designed with Army, Marine, and other military personnel in mind. Use it to correct your Land Nav technique by analyzing your pace count and tendency to veer left and right.

Available Input: 8/10 digit MGRS, latitude/longitude, and map input.

Simple arrow interface directs you to your point. In addition, your distance, direction, speed, and bearing are shown as you navigate.

Satellite map view shows all your points, and let you add new ones.

Displays distance/direction from your currently location to all points.

Export your list of points to a spreadsheet for personal use.

Import or share your points via spreadsheet. You don't have to enter points with your device keyboard anymore! The import utility is available at: https://www.gammonapplications.com/landnavimport/

This app uses the Military Grid Reference System (MGRS) and Latitude / Longitude.

Choose to display your MGRS locations as 10-digit or 8-digit.

Angles can be displayed in degrees or mils.

D:M:S can be input in the format DD:MM:SS followed by the appropriate direction (NSWE). Default direction is N, W.

Examples of valid DMS Inputs:
40:43:0 , 74:0:0
40:43:00N , 74:0:0W
40:43:00N ,-74:0:0E

DO NOT use this application while learning Land Navigation. Land Navigation is a valuable skill, and should be mastered before using this application. Do not rely solely on this application for navigation, especially when lost. Always be aware of your surroundings.

Recent changes:
Version 1.8
-Full Compass View

Version 1.7
-You can now add locations by touching the Map
-MGRS points are spaced out for readability
-Import/Share your locations with the new spreadsheet upload utility at https://www.gammonapplications.com/landnavimport/


Version 1.6
- Fixed issue where the last two points on the locations list were hidden
- Option to display your grids as 8 digit or 10 digit
- Added option for mils
- Increased readability
- Added option to increase text size

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A Google User
Jul 3, 2014
Thank you! Im in the military and this really helps. Although its true that land navigation is a skill that should be mastered, but this app makes it easy. keep up the good work!
A Google User
May 15, 2014
I can't plot a 8 digit grid. Once I plug in my 8 digit grit it plots a ten WTF!!!
A Google User
May 12, 2014
Love this app!
A Google User
May 7, 2014
Hoooah!!!! This app is out standing I'm a SGT in the army I use this app during land nav it is great it is the same as shooting the a azimuth it has a dark back screen with a green arrow works great with nods and ref light compatible well worth the price took me to my location dead on I would recommend this to anyone!!!!!
A Google User
Apr 3, 2014
The Greatest App Ever!!! After trying many different applications over the years, I found this one to be the best. I have used this app for locating injured soldiers using ground evacuation platforms. I have also used this app to teach land navigation using MGRS. I give soldiers a starting coordinate that I get from this app. I would then get coordinates of a few random signs also pulled from this app, and have soldiers plot the coordinates, find the signs, and tell me what was on the sign. Great for sergeant time training.