SCREENSHOTS

Fast jets, and even more Brylcreem than the Spitfire boys...

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Re: SCREENSHOTS

Post by Sharpe » Fri Mar 24, 2017 3:48 pm

Didn't feel a bump but it could have been that :?
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Re: SCREENSHOTS

Post by Bubi » Fri Mar 24, 2017 4:03 pm

So true...

AV8Rs Landing Profile:
- Keep the localizer on the green to touchdown,
- If heavy crosswinds, trust the FLCS and keep the FPM on runway centerline, no manual crabbing. (26 kts Max cross)
- Transition the FPM flight path marker in the HUD from the near to far end of the runway as you do your flare out
- Then put the gun cross in the HUD at 13* on the pitch ladder to get proper aero braking
- After down to under 90 mph, let the nose come down (WOW) and apply wheel brakes.
- I use a little airbrakes all the way down on landing touch down, then full airbrakes out till on taxi way.
(This gives more stability and higher engine rpm power in case of bolter with lower engine lag)

Note: when heavily loaded on landings (with fuel tanks and ordinance, not the pilot), consider landing faster than normal and on a longer runway; else risk a hard landing or crash. You can also burn or dump the extra fuel and even jettison stores if only a short run way is available.
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Re: SCREENSHOTS

Post by Sharpe » Fri Mar 24, 2017 6:42 pm

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Best. Sim. Ever.
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Re: SCREENSHOTS

Post by Bubi » Fri Mar 24, 2017 7:01 pm

The FM for anything but the Viper, Hornet and Mirage are sketchy imho
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Re: SCREENSHOTS

Post by Secu » Sat Mar 25, 2017 8:43 am

Installed wednesday F-16 No from Janhas.

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I hope joining you next week, wiil see how my work let me ...
Hornet and Mirage are sketchy imho
The Mirage FM is said to be better than DCS's one on french forums, I can't either confirm or counter.
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Re: SCREENSHOTS

Post by Coolio » Sat Mar 25, 2017 9:34 am

Sharpe wrote:Image

Best. Sim. Ever.
Nice manual roll!!!!
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Re: SCREENSHOTS

Post by Bubi » Sat Mar 25, 2017 4:37 pm

Secu,

I'm not surprised. I bought the DCS Mirage, but haven't flown it yet, so I cannot comment either.

Just to be clear, and not to be miss interpreted...
In saying that "The FM for anything but the Viper, Hornet and Mirage are sketchy imho", it means that these 3 are the best crafted FMs in BMS. In fact, NASA test data was used for the Viper. The phrase "Any thing but" excludes the list that follows. A kind of Yoda like reverse speak.

Nice pictures of the Janhas Viper. Any MP compatibility issues with other players or theatre dependencies?
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Re: SCREENSHOTS

Post by Sharpe » Sun Mar 26, 2017 12:59 am

From tonight's shindig:

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Eagle fourship head home as we press into North Korean airspace.
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Re: SCREENSHOTS

Post by Cougar » Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:03 pm

SAME MISSION
oca strike wonsan AB - 2x F-15E229 (COUGAR & AI)
sead escort - 2x F-16CM52 (FREDERF & SHARPE)
escort - 2x F-16CM52 (FALCON & SKYVI)
DEBRIEFING: http://aircombatgroup.co.uk/forum/viewt ... 23#p103823

takeoff
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SHARPEs picture from my perspective :nice:
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FREDERF & SHARPE on the left, FALCON & SKYVI on the right
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AA-7 0 vs engine 1
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the big bird brings me home, good to have 2 engines :nice:
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:vadar:
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Re: SCREENSHOTS

Post by Cougar » Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:51 pm

ADDITION: TACVIEW ANALYSIS (got it to work :nice: )

A-A chaos
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skyvi saved my life
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