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I set the flight altitude for some B-52 at 25000' and the persist to fly at around 7000' ASL. Why?

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Sture Smidt

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Are there enemy SAM's nearby?

 

In recent patches DCS default AI logic was changed so that AI aircraft would prioritize terrain masking over following waypoint altitude. To fix this you need to set their Reaction to Threat setting to "Evade Fire".

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You shouldn't need or want No Reaction. The bomber won't defend itself with this option. Evade Fire will have the bomber ignore threats until it's fired upon, making it more likely to survive. If you don't want the bomber to move at all, but still defend against attack, select Passive Defense.

 

Here in my test there are 3 bombers: default, Evade Fire, No Reaction

 

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Only the default bomber dives to hide from the radar.

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