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Hello all. I'm relatively new to using the mission editor and am having an issue with an AI SEAD flight. I have a heavily defended area with several SAM groups. I want an AI flight to skirt around one of the SAM groups, and attack another close to a target area that I want to work. I've set the AI SEAD flight to engage my specific SAM group, but the AI flight just goes where it wants and attacks the other SAM groups that I don't want it to attack. Anyone have suggestions for focusing the AI flight on that group?

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I want an AI flight to skirt around one of the SAM groups, and attack another close to a target area that I want to work.

 

I've set the AI SEAD flight to engage my specific SAM group, but the AI flight just goes where it wants and attacks the other SAM groups that I don't want it to attack. Anyone have suggestions for focusing the AI flight on that group?

 

You need to delete the default SEAD command that the ME places at Waypoint 0 - this means detect any SAMS anywhere and go for them ignoring all your waypoint and specific advanced waypoint commands.

 

Once that initial SEAD command is removed, flight will follow you waypoints and only do the required advanced commands such as "Engage in Zone", etc when it hits that Waypoint with explicit command.

 

Regards, Ian.

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You need to delete the default SEAD command that the ME places at Waypoint 0 - this means detect any SAMS anywhere and go for them ignoring all your waypoint and specific advanced waypoint commands.

 

Once that initial SEAD command is removed, flight will follow you waypoints and only do the required advanced commands such as "Engage in Zone", etc when it hits that Waypoint with explicit command.

 

Regards, Ian.

 

 

 

I'll give that a try. Thanks!!!

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