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  • Flight Simulators
    DCS, Aces High, Rise of Flight, X-Plane, MSFS
  • Location
    Sterling, Va
  • Occupation
    Weather Systems Tech.
  1. Clicked 'buy' so hard I damn near broke my finger!
  2. You point the aircraft to aim the gun. Alternatively, you fire the gun to point the aircraft.
  3. Using the SR-71's numbers to make a guess... relative altitude in meters, target speed in mach, and lock-on ranges in km in increasing angles off the nose.
  4. Will the afterburner gate keybind be available for both Tomcats, or only the A's?
  5. Huh. I know the Shturm is SACLOS, but I thought the 9M120 was a radar beam-rider.
  6. Not a camera. Its a periscope mechanically connected to a CW radar emitter.
  7. That whole 'missile API' brick wall that Heatblur is currently bloodying their head against.
  8. Video shows two mounted, with empty mounts for more.
  9. I'll take a SWAG and say that the problem is non-entity targets (buildings, bridges, etc.). Getting Jester to find entities is likely easier as they can cheat a little if absolutely needed.
  10. Much higher velocity as well. I tried looking into this a while ago, and what I found suggests that the Gsh-30-2 has similar ballistics to the A-10's complimentary can-opener.
  11. If we are still getting a Persian Cat, will the A+/B still only be in Imperial colors, and will the A still have an option of using the possibly apocryphal loadouts floating around?
  12. The bolded bits are key here: 10 years. Any other software package that isn't annual shovel-ware (Looking in your general direction, EA) would of been through at least three paid updates in that time frame. Just something to keep in perspective.
  13. More so since it opens up 'Jester is off his meds!' jokes.
  14. Or use the TCS as a bomb-sight ^.^
  15. Just because a piece of equipment went through the USAF, doesn't mean they had USAF tech orders. When I was in, the shops I was in (MetNav/Airfield Systems) had publications from the FAA, NOAA/NWS, Army, and a few other sources. So even if the USAF was dealing with the sale to Iran, they were likely still using the NAVAIR's, just with a stamp on them that added a USAF T.O. number.
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