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alexkon3

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  1. Wow awesome. Thank you very much, I guess its really just a bad drawing after all. Thank you!
  2. thank you. So if the asymetry exists its not as pronounced as in this bad drawing, is it?
  3. I know its a rather weird request but is there a chance you could ask @IronMike ?
  4. Hello! I may have quite a weird request towards HB but this is something that is getting on my nerves for quite some time now. Over the years I have grown very fond of the A-6 Intruder and the prospect of seeing it joining DCS as a highly detailed model makes me really excited. Over the years I have been gathering as much information on the "Tadpole" as possible Including many Scale-drawings... now you see I have have found many problems with those drawings who all draw the canopy of the Intruder with the "bubble" on the Pilots side in a kinda "raised" position so that the canopy loses its
  5. Yeah I saw some news from 2017 that also said that they are still in service pretty much still the 1/3 to 2/3 ratio so I guess they did not change that much
  6. Hi folks! No matter where I am looking I can‘t really find any info regarding this. Is the Night Attack variant still in service or is it completely replaced with the + variant? If it is out of service does anybody know when it was retired? Wikipedia does not really go into the details which variant anybody uses besides „AV-8b“ and other sites don‘t really help either. Cheers!
  7. When it comes to the A-6 being playable I always remember this quote by HB themselves: "The A-6’s are built to our extremely exacting standards, with laser scanning forming the basis of our core workflow and ensuring complete accuracy in shape and dimensions. The Intruder is an aircraft that has been under active development at Heatblur Simulations for some time, and subject to a license agreement, we hope to eventually introduce it into DCS world as a full, playable module - and we are developing it with this intent in mind." https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.p...05#post3612905 Ofc
  8. Okay that is good to know but that was not really my question. Or am I missing something?
  9. Hello guys, For some time now I am looking for some basic information on the Rafales Optronique Secteur Frontal System but since I don't speak french it is very hard for me to find any hard data or footage of what I am looking for to me the left ball shaped IRST looks kinda like it could pan and tilt like a FLIR camera. Does anybody know if the OSF can move by panning and tilting like a turret so that you can "look around" with it? Like a FLIR system ball turret does for example: I am looking for quite some time now for information regarding this but sadly I could not find a
  10. Ofc its the next module by popular belief. Thats because its the only module to have any real evidence of being made. Everything else are planes that people want without any basis for their development while we know that HB are making a highly detailed A-6 and we know that they want to make it a full module.
  11. Heatblur has made exactly 2 modules since it's existence and the first one literally was a Swedish plane so whats your point exactly? The reason why ppl choose the Tadpole is because its really well liked and because this thread is about what we believe HB will release next not what we wish to be released next. The A-6 hits every point of the requirements set out by the thread being a: (1) complex (2) twin engine jet. + we have a direct quote from HB regarding this: It also fits extremely well with 2 other products from Heatblur, their Tomcat and their Forrestal class Super-ca
  12. Hey guys, so this might be a dumb question. I've often read online that the Mudhen is just a C Eagle with a second seat in it and different engines. I always thought that the Strike Eagle had a completley different canopy from the normal Eagle but I've read this claim that its pretty much the same just with a second seat plastered behind the driver that I'm pretty unsure now. Does the Strike Eagle use a different canopy than the F-15C? Like it would be pretty logical because of the space requirements but I don't really know all to much about this tbh. Cheers
  13. C-130, B-52, B-1, TU-95 whatever gimme them big girls.
  14. "The Intruder is an aircraft that has been under active development at Heatblur Simulations for some time, and subject to a license agreement, we hope to eventually introduce it into DCS world as a full, playable module - and we are developing it with this intent in mind." literal quote from HB. It's a complicated twin engined, dual seat aircraft. Fits perfectly together with the Tomcat and the Forrestal class Aircraft Carrier
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