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Old 07-14-2019, 10:20 AM   #1
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Old 07-15-2019, 02:10 AM   #2
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Good job. They are awesome weapons. Just wait until they have the sub munitions wind corrected. They will be even more devastating.
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Old 07-15-2019, 07:56 AM   #3
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8 JSOW-A to kill just one vehicle... that is why I don't bother with most CBU in DCS, only the CBU-97/105 work.
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Old 07-15-2019, 09:15 AM   #4
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I don't know how is in real world, but in DCS JSOW-A is very weak weapon. It cant destroy even light armored target.
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Old 07-15-2019, 06:59 PM   #5
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Two things ...

1. Does the damage modelling need work ? ..oh yes

2. Taking nr.1 into account, I have stopped relying on dcs for damage count.

Had it been a follow on mission 90% of the jets would be down and there fuel store gone.

Visually, yes 3 hornets 24 jsows and watch it all burn (Grim Reaper style )

I would this was a launch test nothing more, had i gone for visual ...80 fuel truck would have been parked there hehe .

And the one explosion game from a scenery vehicle

Great stand off weapon.

One tip though...launch in autopilot....don't have mfd button box so holding jet straight and looking down and doing mouse work is a un welcomed challenge. And don't say the game auto trim feature ..that is, to me, cheating
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Old 07-15-2019, 09:06 PM   #6
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Two things ...

1. Does the damage modelling need work ? ..oh yes

2. Taking nr.1 into account, I have stopped relying on dcs for damage count.

Had it been a follow on mission 90% of the jets would be down and there fuel store gone.

Visually, yes 3 hornets 24 jsows and watch it all burn (Grim Reaper style )

I would this was a launch test nothing more, had i gone for visual ...80 fuel truck would have been parked there hehe .

And the one explosion game from a scenery vehicle

Great stand off weapon.

One tip though...launch in autopilot....don't have mfd button box so holding jet straight and looking down and doing mouse work is a un welcomed challenge. And don't say the game auto trim feature ..that is, to me, cheating
Agree on auto trim. Also once the wind correction is modeled and the attack angle is implemented, it will pack way more punch. You will be able to go to 35K feet at over Mach 1 and have it come down at 90 degree attack angle. That will cause the pattern to be much tighter and more concentrated. I like the Jsow. For now I mainly use the C. Variant.
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