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HARM POS EOM and PB modes weird behavior


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Hello,

 

weird behavior in POS EOM and PB.

Two SA6 SAM sites located apart from each other. Launching in either PB or EOM on the first site (SP1) with ASL on target, then switching over to the next site (SP2), bringing FPM to the ASL and launching the second HARM - the two missiles go for SP1.

 

I attached a track with a reproduction utilizing EOM, but it repeated with EOM as well.

also attached the MIZ file.

 

please confirm if it is a bug or operation error.

 

Mike

HARM test.miz HARM POS Bug.trk

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Hi sadly the track replay does not playback correctly for me. 

 

If possible can you reproduce on the free Caucasus terrain? 

 

thanks

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I am unable to reproduce, all seems ok for me 

 

 

f16 harm pos x2 targets.trk

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I reviewed your track - the difference is in the angular separation.  In my track I launch immediately at mission start. If I wait for 15-20 seconds, the angular separation is large enough for each missile to go to its target. 

 

Thanks,

 

Mike

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