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DCS: F/A-18C Hornet Screenshots and Videos (NO DISCUSSION)


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Hornet's radar and Amraams performed well in this 'gamy' type of scenario. The radar doesn't seem to like extreme banking maneuvers but... wasn't really a problem.

Gun rounds were totally ineffective against Kh65's, talking strictly about damage model.  As far as tactic of shooting a cruise missile right in front of your jet... not very sound, hehe.

 

 

 

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Just finished a few gun fights with JF17. I was trying to see if the Hornet's energy bleed characteristics changed. I didn't notice any differences after the update... Hornet is still a giant speedbrake if you're not careful with the stick, which I was told is correct. Here is the clip showing one circle fight with Jeff. To my shock, he didn't go vertical after merge. In spite of AI having unreal energy that almost never bleeds off, it's a piece of cake almost every time. 

I had to use the VR recording since the tracks are always f***** after 1 or 2 turns.

 

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Shit hot break practice! Quite happy about this one! 

 

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