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JackCooper

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  1. Usually it is a grey coalition aircrafts. For some reasons they are marked like that on SA. When IFF'd with RDR ATTK gives you hostile ID as well as AWACS call it hostile.
  2. Strange photo with ATFLIR + NAVFLIR connecter with AN/ASQ-173 LST pod. Seems like Navy used all pods they have, and as wiki says Nite Hawk was in service untill 2008 and replaced by ATFLIR F/A-18C Hornet (VFA-94 / CVW-11) embarked on USS Nimitz (CVN 68) - September 2005
  3. Isn't this a NAVFLIR connecter? Resource: VFA Strike Fighter Squadrons Attack STRKFITRON US Navy (seaforces.org) F/A-18C Hornets (VFA-34 / CVW-17) embarked on USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) - November 2004 F/A-18C Hornet (VFA-37 / CVW-3) embarked on USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) - February 2005 F/A-18C Hornet (VFA-37 / CVW-3) embarked on USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) - December 2004
  4. Nice example of GBU-32 on a BRU in RAAF
  5. That's strange, cause with all this NAVY stuff you proposing now (Supercarrier, F-14, F-16, F/A-18, F-5) it just feels nesessery to have at least one real Naval station, as it so famous and you already have map around. From what I can see it is realy a thing to correct some small features on this map, add one or two bases and Navy part will be happy to get this map, me included. Authentic trainings and fights just that thing people like and came to DCS and buy so much of your products. That could be just me, but I can see more people buying all named modules above including Nevada and new campaigns will follow soon enough, like Zone 5 and Red Flag stuff, combining with new learning process using all this. Good opportunity slips trough ED fingers.
  6. On the back you can see this pod. Photo from website: VFA-147 Argonauts Strike Fighter Squadron US Navy 3 (seaforces.org) F/A-18C Hornet (VFA-147 / CVW-9) embarked on USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) - January 2007
  7. +1 Good addition, if even we'll have it for added price - I'm all for it, and know dozen of people that are ready to get one
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