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  1. Dear all, As has been mentioned earlier, we have two, dedicated engineers assigned full-time to the Viper, and other engineers participating when available. Once the Hornet leaves early access, additional resources will be brought to bear on the Viper. Items currently being worked on for the Viper include: Updated flight model dynamics for G and angle of attack. Addition of IAM weapons that include JDAM, JSOW, and WCMD. Pre-Briefed (PB) mode for the AGM-88C HARM. Air-to-Air radar improvements. After which, important developm
  2. Dear all, For the next, big Open Beta update, we plan to include several new Hornet features that include: Pre-Briefed (PB) mode for the HARM to include both HRM and A/C sub-modes. Pullback (PBLK) mode for the HARM / HRM OVRD. Improved HARM TOO handoff for two emitters at once. Adjusted AGM-88C HARM flight and seeker dynamics. ATFLIR targeting pod. Complete remaining Litening targeting pod tasks. TDC slew Wide Acquisition (WACQ) ACM mode. RAID Single Target Track (STT) mode. SPOT radar mode. Saving PRF to SET opti
  3. Thank you for the kind words, Wilbur et all. It’s a true passion for myself and the team. Kind regards, Wags
  4. This has been reported. Thanks!
  5. Many thanks for the kind words. It's not lip service when we say that we could not do this without you and all of our customers. Onwards and upwards for 2021! Kind regards, Wags
  6. Dear all, PB mode is already in work, but it is rather more complictated between AC and HRM sub-modes. Once it is further along, we'll be pleased to start showint it off. Kind regards, Wags
  7. Can you kindly point to where an Eagle Dynamics staff members said "mind melting"? Kind regards, Wags
  8. Dear all, It seems that something may have been lost in translation. While we (Eagle Dynamics) have no plans for the Tornado, it is not off the table for a talented and qualified 3rd party. As a huge fan of Digital Integration's Tornado, I'd personally love to see this aircraft in DCS someday. Kind regards, Wags
  9. Dear Florence, we have no problem getting a Maverick lock in this condition. Sorry, but we cannot reprodcue it. Kind regards
  10. Using GRID Coordinates in the Hornet Prior to the Hornet manual being updated, I asked our tester, Santi, to create a little write-up on use GRID coordinates in the Hornet. We hope you find this useful with the next update. Kind regards, Wags Using GRID Coordinates.pdf
  11. DCS: F/A-18C Hornet Update - 30 October 2020 For the next Open Beta, we have several important additions planned that includes data link information to the Helmet Mounted Display (HMD) that will display friendly, unknown, and hostile air contacts. After which, we will add the Air-to-Ground mode of the HMD. The new GRID function will allow you to edit and create waypoints based on GRID coordinates; this is particularly useful when working with a JTAC. Third, the new Azimuth / Elevation (AZ/EL) air-to-air radar page will display contacts in relative elevation from you. Later, we will add the
  12. Dear Bandit, Please understand though that the manual still needs some additional work; however, it should be more than enough to get you all started. Kind regards, Wags
  13. DCS: A-10C II Tank Killer | Helmet Mounted Cueing System (HMCS) In this final preview video for DCS: A-10C II Tank Killer, we’ll look at the new Helmet Mounted Cueing System, or HMCS. The HMCS consists of several sub-systems, but we’ll focus on the Helmet Mounted Display (HMD) and the Profile Editor in this video. The HMCS provides excellent situational awareness and the ability to cue weapons and sensors by just looking at the target and setting a designation. Please note though that his is not the same helmet implementation as for the Viper and Hornet
  14. DCS: A-10C II Tank Killer - Laser Guided Rockets In this DCS: A-10C II Tank Killer video, we’ll look at the Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System, or APKWS laser-guided rocket. The APKWS consists of either M151 or M282 2.75-inch rocket mated with a laser guidance kit. Based on a laser- designation from your targeting pod our an offboard laser-designation source, the APKWS, also referred to as the AGR-20A, can have pinpoint accuracy on targets out to around 5 miles. The M151 version has a high explosive warhead and the M282 version has a pene
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