Hi,

Looking at WAGS video I couldn't understand how he knew when to shoot the rocket.

Simply assuming that getting inside a 5NM range sounds un-realistic. The range depend on altitude, speed, angle ,etc.

The CCIP algorithm should perform the actual estimation and give the shoot cue, no? In case the 'shoot' given by the plane is based on both the ability of the rocket to get to the target AND it's probability to actually hit - then the CCIP should give the SHOOT cue relatively close to the target. If it should consider only the 'get to the target' part- we should see a 'shoot' cue the moment the rocket is actually IN RANGE (ballistic calculation show the rocket will get to the point on the ground). How should we know when to fire?

Another thing - the penetration ability of the rocket depends on it's kinetic energy. Shooting from the MAX RANGE should reduce it's anti armor penetration capability. on the other hand, shooting a MBT from 70 dive angle and close range - will probably kill a M1/T90 tanks in real life. When a more complicated damage models will arrive - will it be taken into account?

Looking at WAGS video I couldn't understand how he knew when to shoot the rocket.

Simply assuming that getting inside a 5NM range sounds un-realistic. The range depend on altitude, speed, angle ,etc.

The CCIP algorithm should perform the actual estimation and give the shoot cue, no? In case the 'shoot' given by the plane is based on both the ability of the rocket to get to the target AND it's probability to actually hit - then the CCIP should give the SHOOT cue relatively close to the target. If it should consider only the 'get to the target' part- we should see a 'shoot' cue the moment the rocket is actually IN RANGE (ballistic calculation show the rocket will get to the point on the ground). How should we know when to fire?

Another thing - the penetration ability of the rocket depends on it's kinetic energy. Shooting from the MAX RANGE should reduce it's anti armor penetration capability. on the other hand, shooting a MBT from 70 dive angle and close range - will probably kill a M1/T90 tanks in real life. When a more complicated damage models will arrive - will it be taken into account?

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