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Old 02-04-2019, 06:54 PM   #5291
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Yes sir. You can even see their impact on your IAS.
I know you can, I mean as in.... maybe it wasn't enough ? but this is just guessing.
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Old 02-07-2019, 04:20 AM   #5292
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The triple mount for Mavericks is the LAU-88 (BRU-42 is a triple bomb mount).

The A-10A Non-nuclear weapons manual says of the LAU-88:

• On ferry missions a maximum of three missiles per TER can be loaded.
• On tactical missions a maximum of two missiles per TER can be loaded on a LAU-88
• The AGM-65G cannot be used on multiple rail launchers due to missile weight constraints.
Nah, that's not right. The Dash-34 actually says:

"Up to three missiles, live or training may be loaded on a LAU-88"

The statement about G-model Mavericks is correct, but is also true for G2s and Ks. A TGM-65G/K can be loaded though, because missile weight doesn't include the warhead.

And,

"Launching Maverick missiles from the inboard rail of a LAU-88 should be avoided to minimize paint and rain erosion coating deterioration."
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Old 02-28-2019, 05:30 PM   #5293
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Why does the Control Command List for A10C SIM HOTAS not explain what the command does ...
refer to a .PDF file that has different lingo and other seems unecessary. Ctrl -up , HOTAS TMS FORWARD, what does it do ?
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Old 02-28-2019, 07:43 PM   #5294
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Why does the Control Command List for A10C SIM HOTAS not explain what the command does ...

refer to a .PDF file that has different lingo and other seems unecessary. Ctrl -up , HOTAS TMS FORWARD, what does it do ?


Because it does something different depending on what sensors are active, what weapon loaded or other factors. It’s a multifunction button, as are so many of the Hotas controls


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Old 02-28-2019, 07:52 PM   #5295
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Why does the Control Command List for A10C SIM HOTAS not explain what the command does ...
You might want to take a look at the tutorial missions (main menu item "training") that come with the A-10C. That should clear a lot of things up.

The DCS A-10C manual is still my primary reference for all the HOTAS functions, because the two tables for Stick and Throttle are very precise.

Making all of this information available right in the Controller setup within DCS would be a fairly complicated task, I think.
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