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I've recently been getting an AN/ALE-47 container failure and getting it quite frequently.  Does anyone know why?  Thanks.

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12 hours ago, MileHiRyder said:

I've recently been getting an AN/ALE-47 container failure and getting it quite frequently.  Does anyone know why?  Thanks.

Can you explain a bit further? What cautions lights illuminate?

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10 hours ago, SpaceMonkey037 said:

Can you explain a bit further? What cautions lights illuminate?

 

Sure.  On several occasions while flying the f16 in single player missions I'll hear a pop and begin losing control of the aircraft like a missile strike.  However, looking at the mission debriefing I see the event listed as "failure" and the details say "AN/ALE-47 container failure".  No missile strike is indicated. 

 

I've been assuming this is a simulated equipment failure but it never happened until a few months ago and its happened several times now.  I was curious if anyone else has experienced this and was wondering what has changed recently.

 

Thanks.     

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Never seen that one before.  Looking forward to see what comes of your question.

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12 hours ago, MileHiRyder said:

 

Sure.  On several occasions while flying the f16 in single player missions I'll hear a pop and begin losing control of the aircraft like a missile strike.  However, looking at the mission debriefing I see the event listed as "failure" and the details say "AN/ALE-47 container failure".  No missile strike is indicated. 

 

I've been assuming this is a simulated equipment failure but it never happened until a few months ago and its happened several times now.  I was curious if anyone else has experienced this and was wondering what has changed recently.

 

Thanks.     

That definetly looks like one of ED's "random" failures. I assume this is a bug. I recommend you to open a bug report on the issue and add a track of the failure happening.

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Just got this failure again tonight. Here is a screenshot of the debriefing: 

 

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