O.Z.O. provides exercises in land navigation by day and by night, and provides their own “waypoint” and marker system.
The O.Z.O. waypoint system is shared only to active members who have registered for Outer Zone Events.
It combines elements of standard FEMA and Search and Rescue identification markings, along with elements of North American classic Hobo code.
If you stumble upon an Outer Zone waypoint marker, and want further details other than what is on the note or recording left behind at the marker, you will need to learn how to interpret these markings.