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  1. Data cartridge. Skickat från min H8324 via Tapatalk
  2. Saab J 29, "Flying Barrel". [emoji4] Skickat från min H8324 via Tapatalk
  3. I don't know about the version we currently have in DCS, but I'm pretty sure the early versions of the HARM (and no, I'm not talking about the Shrike) didn't have any inertial guidance and would go dumb if the radar powered down. Skickat från min H8324 via Tapatalk
  4. Tried decrabbing just before touchdown? That is, kicking rudder in the direction the crosswind is blowing (to) and applying aileron I the opposite direction, into the wind. Maybe you're not supposed to in the 16, but what the heck. Skickat från min H8324 via Tapatalk
  5. I also find the Viper easier to land than the Bug, even on a field, because it's easier to maintain a stable thrust and thus a stable glide path. There is something with the Hornet throttles that makes that hard. Part of the reason might also be that the landing technique is closer to how I land light aircraft IRL... And of course, my many hours in "that other sim" 10-15 years ago might have something to do with it... Skickat från min H8324 via Tapatalk
  6. I'd like to add that the A-10C has a pretty complicated HOTAS for managing all the systems, which quickly becomes frustrating to use with anything less than the actual Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog joystick and throttle duo. Try reading Chuck’s guide to the aircraft and see what you think. Skickat från min G8441 via Tapatalk
  7. The attack Viggen (AJ and AJS) was designed for low level strikes on pre-planned (known or at least anticipated, like certain shipping) targets. I can only imagine doing CAS or SEAD with it being a pain. If the location of the SAM system is known of course, the BK90 might do the job. It's not really SEAD in the traditional (US/NATO terminology) sense though. Skickat från min G8441 via Tapatalk
  8. Stall speed indicator depending on wing sweep? Skickat från min G8441 via Tapatalk
  9. Nope. I'm pretty sure the Viggen could do that though. Skickat från min G8441 via Tapatalk
  10. At least the JA-37 Viggen and maybe also the Tornado ADV could guide two Sky Flash missiles (Sparrow derivative) simultaneously at different targets. Don't know how much that depended on the radar vs on the missile.
  11. Didn't they reverse that rule recently? I recall historically correct depictions have been said not to be a problem anymore? Skickat från min G8441 via Tapatalk
  12. There's an associated AMA over at Hoggit. Skickat från min G8441 via Tapatalk
  13. Thanks! Skickat från min G8441 via Tapatalk
  14. Link or summary? Skickat från min G8441 via Tapatalk
  15. I may be confusing the Mig-21 with some other aircraft, but it could be that the AOA indicator in the cockpit isn't showing AOA in degrees but in some arbitrary "AOA units". Edit: If so, that value should be lower than the one in the info bar though (the point with the non-degree units is probably to have easier-to-read numbers) .
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