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Has plans to add the italian rocket launchers and rockets?
 

 

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20 minutes ago, 6S.Duke said:

No, we have planned to develop the AS-20 missile for all G.91s and to include it in DCS World as we have already done with other weapons (BAT-120, BAP-100 and Durandal) for MB-339

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2 minutes ago, Silver_Dragon said:

Has plans to add the italian rocket launchers and rockets?

I imagine many/all will be already done for the MB-339, right?

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4 minutes ago, 6S.Duke said:

Yes, all documented weapons will be added

Correct 🙂

 

In the pics the bombs appears as "WW2" style?

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on a old documentary show AN series WW2 bombs. Surely can carrier them with M117/118 Koreans bombs and other more modern bobs.

 

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2 hours ago, Mars Exulte said:

  Con poche eccezioni ogni aereo ha bisogno di una pista. Non tutti hanno bisogno di piste PAVIMENTATE, ma hanno bisogno di una pista.

 

  Sì, passare dal marciapiede a un fosso a 200 nodi di solito provoca un incidente. Un fossato lungo una pista asfaltata non sarà preparato per gestire un aereo pesante ad alta velocità, perché... perché dovrebbe esserlo? C'è letteralmente marciapiede proprio lì. Se scappi dal marciapiede in un fosso, ti schianterai costantemente anche nella vita reale. Un fossato non è la stessa cosa di un campo di terra battuta e levigato (come le piste della mappa della Normandia) né è un'autostrada asfaltata utilizzata da auto e camion. Questa non è una distinzione difficile da fare, e mi stupisce davvero che le persone continuino a ripetere queste sciocchezze ancora e ancora da queste parti.

 

  Se questo è ciò che ti aspetti che faccia un aereo, allora sì, avrai lo stesso problema con tutti loro. Non puoi aspettarti che un aereo multi-tonnellata colpisca un buco di gopher o una grande roccia in un campo e non abbia un'esperienza negativa. Un campo minimamente preparato NON è la stessa cosa di un campo di un contadino o di un prato casuale. Gli aerei pesanti e/o ad alta velocità hanno bisogno di campi preparati, fine della storia.

 

type of vehicle landing and take-off areas:

 

FLYNG FIELD or AEREODROME.. taliano CAMPO DI VOLO or AEREODROMO.

 

AVIOSUPREFICIE (italiano) AVIO SURFACE (english) airfields.also makeshift fields in italy lenguagge campo di fortuna.

 

AIRBASE - BASE AEREA AEREOPORTO AIRPORT MILITARY AIRPORT AEREOPORTO MILITARE.

 

this is a list of tipology of landing and take off opertating area. are much much different tyopology.

 

 

 

 

 


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Yes, it doesn't have to be paved, but it DOES have to be prepared.

 

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This is good.

 

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This is bad.

 

WWII fighters are light enough and slow enough they can land in fields in just a few hundred feet, but there's a big difference between a 6,000lb plane that needs 1000ft and takes off at 100kts, and a 50,000lb plane that needs 4,000-6,000ft and takes off at 200kts. If you want to land in a meadow you use a helicopter, that's what they're for 😉


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17 minutes ago, Mars Exulte said:

Sì, non deve essere asfaltato, ma DEVE essere preparato.

 

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Questo è buono.

 

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Questo non va bene.

 

I caccia della seconda guerra mondiale sono abbastanza leggeri e abbastanza lenti da poter atterrare nei campi in poche centinaia di piedi, ma c'è una grande differenza tra un aereo da 6.000 libbre che ha bisogno di 1000 piedi e decolla a 100 nodi e un aereo da 50.000 libbre che ha bisogno di 4.000-6.000 piedi e decolla a 200kts.

 

ok the fiat g 91 weighed 5000 kg which is 110000 lbs. however the accident factor also depends on the type of trolley if it is resistent and sufficiently cushioned with hydraulic systems and also depends on the type and size and stability of the tires such as those as big as a SU25 truck to land on the grass is possible.


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To be fair, the G91R (which is the size of a ww2 fighter and weights ~6800 lb empty) was indeed designed to fly from relatively unprepared fields, so on paper it should do better than say a Viper there, and it would be neat if DCS could reflect that capability.

 

There's even a whole section in the flight manual describing how landing distance changes if you're landing on ice, a wet or dry hard surface, wet or dry grass, and with or without emergency breaks. Depending on conditions you get something in the range of ~500 to 800 meters on a normal surface, plus a factor ~2-3 times more than that on ice, ~0.7 lower with emergency breaks, and ~1.5 times worse with no drag chute. It's no Harrier, but it's not terribly different from e.g. a Viggen either.


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2 hours ago, Xilon_x said:

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I love aircrafts of this era, would have prefered a Hawker Hunter, but this one is close enough 👍

Hopefully its development will be quick. Best regards.


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47 minutes ago, Rudel_chw said:

I love aircrafts of this era, would have prefered a Hawker Hunter, but this one is close enough 👍

Hopefully its development will be quick. Best regards.

 

G.91 will be an interesting addition to DCS…

A Hawker Hunter would also be great 😉

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17 minutes ago, rkk01 said:

G.91 will be an interesting addition to DCS…

A Hawker Hunter would also be great 😉

 

Big +1 on the Hunter.

 

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