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  1. yes you are correct. In late September 2006, Raytheon delivered the first Release 7 (R7) HTS pod to the US Air Force. It can autonomously detect, identify and locate radar guided threats at long ranges. It displays the target location to the pilot for HARM designation and firing. The HTS is fully reprogrammable and has been designed for high reliability/maintainability. The HTS allows multiple target track and greater target specificity.
  2. and i hope we are using Agm-88C Block 5 harms. because we it was fielded in 1999. How about the agm-88D Block 6 ? it was fielded around 2005.
  3. AN/ASQ-213 HARM Targeting System (HTS): In early 2005, the Air Force gave the go-ahead for an upgrade to the HTS, allowing several F-16s to "network" their HTS pods over a "Link-16" digital datalink system. This upgrade was to provide enhanced accuracy -- enough to provide targeting coordinates to a GPS-guided munition -- and also greater range. Although the HTS pod was originally mounted on the right inlet stores pylon, the upgrade relocated it to the left inlet stores pylon to free up the right pylon for a targeting pod. The upgrade automatically slewed the targeting pod's imager system to
  4. Im just pushing info out there, here is what Mover said - I hope to have ED look into this, Thank you. https://clips.twitch.tv/ManlyComfortablePeachPraiseIt-wtFGm_4VYWed-ied
  5. In early 2005, the Air Force gave the go-ahead for an upgrade to the HTS, allowing several F-16s to "network" their HTS pods over a "Link-16" digital datalink system. This upgrade was to provide enhanced accuracy -- enough to provide targeting coordinates to a GPS-guided munition -- and also greater range. Although the HTS pod was originally mounted on the right inlet stores pylon, the upgrade relocated it to the left inlet stores pylon to free up the right pylon for a targeting pod. The upgrade automatically slewed the targeting pod's imager system to the location identified by the HTS. The m
  6. I understand, but. Such weapons like JDAM etc. require gps to employ.
  7. The first Block 50 F-16 was delivered in late 1991; the aircraft is equipped with improved GPS/INS, and can carry a further batch of advanced missiles: the AGM-88 HARM missile, JDAM, JSOW and WCMD. To my understanding the current F-16 in Dcs Wolrd does not have GPS.
  8. Do this! Spot IR pointer, cool. > maneuver flight so that IR pointer is at your 12 oclock. > coolie hat up short, to se HUD SOI. > use TDC cursor and slew it to IR. > press TMS up LONG this will set SPI. > press China HAT FWD Long to slew TGP to IR. A simple task can be difficult if we dont understand the basics. Hope this helps. The A-10C requires you to fly Heads up, and not heads down, and h.o.t.a.s.
  9. This is s solved puzzle. The stick has to be centered perfectly to engage autopilot. This can be achieved with dead zone. For example my stick is set dead zone 3.
  10. I would make sure the receiver is placed firmly and make adjustments.
  11. This aircraft Hotas doesn't work the way like the A-10c does. it's simply because it uses different throttles and stick. the answer is no, you cannot cycle the pages.
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