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  1. I don't need to read the speed, the plane itself tells me the speed, learn to know your Tomcat from the buffeting and the AOA.
  2. I say no mainly because it would be a waste of resources, because it would be a useless fighter in DCS World in my opinion, except for the "multicrew" reason, in reality the D variant was mainly used for training and Forward Air Control, 2 useless roles in DCS, the WSO's cockpit is a copy and paste of the pilot's cockpit, the Hornet is a fighter designed to be controlled by only one person, a second person is not necessary. If all the most famous aircraft had been added I would have said yes, but now no, it is a waste of resources honestly.
  3. Belsimtek has been integrated into Eagle Dynamics, so Heatblur could share Jester AI with ED, perhaps earning a certain percentage on the sale of the F-4E, surely an F-4E with Jester AI would increase in value and both companies would benefit from this, or even better Jester AI could become a module that can be bought, like the NS 430 Navigation System, it should be developed for all aircraft with two or more seats.
  4. Yes I know, but it could be added even if it is not an official loadout, Heatblur added the loadout of 14 Mk82 to the F-14B even if it was used only during the tests, I would like all the possible loadouts for an aircraft to be available, at the end if a person wants an historical aircraft should simply not use non-historical loadouts.
  5. When will the Multiple Ejector Rack be officially added for the Hornet?
  6. In fact both could fight in a late Vietnam War scenario
  7. No, It will be an F-4E block 53 of 1972 which has Maverick capability and laser-guided bombs, so it's a late Vietnam War variant
  8. Wut?? F-14A launching a TALD
  9. If they said the F-14D is likely, I suppose they have the documentation, otherwise they would not have made that statement.
  10. Heatblur has developed the F-14B without PTID and Sparrowhawk because they plan to develop the F-14D, Heatblur said that an F-14D is quite likely, so it is quite confirmed.
  11. Heatblur has confirmed that if the F-14A/B sells well they will develop the F-14D
  12. The F/A-18D was little used in the Navy since there was the F-14D that played the role of FAC, it was more used as a trainer, there will be many other aircraft that are coming if you want a shared experience, like the F-14A/B, the F-15E and the F-4E, honestly an F/A-18D is not necessary and would be a waste of resources, moreover, Heatblur said that if the Tomcat's sales will be fine, they will work on an F-14D after the F-14A/B.
  13. You're very wrong, the F-14 Tomcat was a great interceptor as much it was a great dogfighter, the F-14 was much more manoeuvrable than an F-15 without the 6,5 G limit, both the fighters have a stable design, the F-14 has a wing load of 295 kg/m² while the F-15 has a wing load of 358 kg/m², both at loaded weight, at full load the gap is even much greater (200kg/m²), moreover, the F-15 does not have slats while the F-14 has slats and has variable-sweep wings that greatly increase maneuverability at all speeds compared to the F-15.
  14. Surely the F-14 is much more manoeuvrable than an F-15 without the 6,5 G limit, both the fighters have a stable design, the F-14 has a wing load of 295 kg/m² while the F-15 has a wing load of 358 kg/m², both at loaded weight, at full load the gap is even much greater (200kg/m²), moreover, the F-15 does not have slats while the F-14 has slats and has variable-sweep wings that greatly increase maneuverability at all speeds compared to the F-15.
  15. In fact it is impossible that the F-15 is more manoeuvrable than the F-14, both the fighters have a stable design, the F-14 has a wing load of 295 kg/m² while the F-15 has a wing load of 358 kg/m², both at loaded weight, at full load the gap is much greater (200kg/m²), moreover, the F-15 does not have slats while the F-14 has slats and has variable-sweep wings that greatly increase maneuverability at all speeds compared to the F-15.
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