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quick question: for those of us who enjoy the back seat, do you have any plans to improve Ice Man's piloting? Not to imply a desire to RIO for a full mission, but rather to allow more time & focus on RIO & B/N activities as engagement distances decrease.

 

Many thanks for this detailed update filled with good news for BOTH modules!

 

Very much looking forwards to Forrestal!

 

We plan to add some useful functionality; such as orbit.

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Excellent update thanks HB - great to read the road map along with timescales, the ED team should take stock of updates of this calibre.

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Great news HB Team! You guys continue to shoot for the stars!

 

 

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Thank You HB!

 

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Great news! Lots of things in there that I really desire (TWS Auto, multicrew rework, Phoenix guidance, Viggen stuff)!

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DCS Panavia Tornado (IDS) really needs to be a thing!

 

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I'll keep it short, I love you guys! :D

Can't wait to have a polished up Viggen and -B Tomcat in the sim by the end of the year. And of course the Forrestal class carriers, which will also come in handy for the F-8J by Magnitude3.

 

A few questions: Is the in-cockpit pilot model for the cat on the short term list still? And what do you guys mean with digital EGIT?

What do you mean with "digital EGIT (-B)"?

The engine instrument panel we currently have is the one of the A-Tomcat. It will be replaced by the EGIT-panel of the B-Tomcat.

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I highly appreciate this open form of communication.

Maybe not always is everything working perfect, as expected or different people just have different expectations.

But there is only one thing, that is maybe the most important to stick all together:

Communication

 

You are doing a great job on that.

Thanks, keep on going.

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The engine instrument panel we currently have is the one of the A-Tomcat. It will be replaced by the EGIT-panel of the B-Tomcat.

Yes, but what is "digital EGIT"?

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