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Su-25T Essentials guide


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Everyone knows that Su-25T is fun to fly:thumbup:

When I started to learn it I begun to collect all relevant info, but it is all over the place and quite a lot of it is outdated.

So here is my effort to put all of it in one place:

 

https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/2101898/

 

Should be usefull not only for beginners.

All comments are welcomed :smilewink:

 

 

Link to dropbox download:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/78eh74yg5gy179b/Su-25T%20Essentials%20v01.pdf?dl=0

 

and word version:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6blgek3akqpcsg1/Su-25T%20Essentials.docx?dl=0

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Very nice and concise, thank you, I will put it on my Su-25T's kneeboard :)

 

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The payloads section is the most useful and best part. Thanks!

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Very well done.

Would be nice to have this in an editable (word) format.

 

Cheers.

 

my MS Word 2016 loads PDF's to edit?

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my MS Word 2016 loads PDF's to edit?

 

I didn't know it can do it, tried it on couple of pdfs and actually it works quite well.

 

Here is the guide in doc format.

 

Let me know if you spot any mistakes, eventually I want to upload it to DCS download section.

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Here is the guide in doc format.

 

Thanks a lot, this makes easier to adapt it to work with my native language keyboard, because several keyboard shortcuts are actually different on our keyboards;

 

for example the "Next Waypoint" key is LCtrl + ' on english keyboards, but is LCtrl + º on my latin-american keyboard :)

 

Thanks again, I like your document style much better than my own, so I will adapt it to my needs and then put it on the kneeboard.

 

:D

 

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Very handy user guide. One correction, and anyone correct me if I'm wrong, I believe the FAB- series general purpose bombs are indicated in kilograms, so a FAB-250 is a little over 500lb.

 

That's correct, FAB-250 weights about 250kg out of which 120kg is an explosive material.

 

The guide is now avaialble in digitalcombatsimulator.com download section:

https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/2101898/

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Thanks guys, I'm glad it is useful :thumbup:

 

It's very useful. I'm just getting back into flying, and decided on DCS and this little guide has been invaluable to helping me ease back into the sim combat cockpit.

 

The weapons loadout table at the end is proving to be especially useful. It's so hard to memorize all the different types (and the SU-25 seems to have many similar named/numbered munitions) and the table really saves a ton of time.

 

Good job and thanks.

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