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Force-correlated Mavericks miss target point (go long)


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Only seems to happen in the A-10C and A-10C II, so i'm posting it here. See attached tracks - in the third track, the second missile does hit, so it may be related to the range at which the missile is fired.

 


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Hi 

 

the track replays show the F-14 for me, are they the correct ones?

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It looks like a range issue to me, you are correlating outside maximum range. 

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Here's another trackfile showing the issue - in this case, force-correlating a point on the ground (the runway numbers) is a hit even when correlating and launching from beyond maximum range, but when correlating an elevated part of a building (the radar dome of the tower at the airbase), even when doing so well within range, is a miss. It seems to me the missile is actually aiming at the ground behind the target.

a10cforcecorrelate_miss5.trk

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