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I have watched some BMS tutorials on YouTube with f-16 doing DTOS but what’s the point? It looks just like you slew the hud diamond onto target location and conduct a CCRP. So what makes it DTOS? Am I missing something that makes it different to normal CCRP?

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Will there be a pull-up cue for lofting in DTOS?

 

If there will be a cue, will it be possible to use DTOS on the SPI, without designating in a dive? This would allow us to do low-level loft attacks against known targets.

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Jeff's DTOS is half F-16 DTOS and half SU27(ccip->ccrp) , more like a combination.

 

Just give you a fast option to aim and fire on target of opportunity which does not need a hard dive.

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My preferred tactic for DTOS back in BMS was low-level high speed, pull up, release, get back on the deck. You could easily slingshot some 500lb JDAMs a solid 6-7nm with minimal exposure to SAMs.

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My preferred tactic for DTOS back in BMS was low-level high speed, pull up, release, get back on the deck. You could easily slingshot some 500lb JDAMs a solid 6-7nm with minimal exposure to SAMs.

 

 

I love nothing more than perfectly executed DTOS where the bombs hit the target and I never even saw it.

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