A brief study on the DCS F-16 Viper AN/APG-68 maximum track ranges under changing altitude conditions.
The second brief look at the new AIM-54 is about the energy. How to describe it? Well, something in-between “gotta go fast” and “gotta go high“! Speed and altitude, and especially the latter, are now key factors.
As mentioned a few times already, I do not want to commit to a full study of the AIM-54 until it is considered finalised. Thus, this is a quick look at the new missile implementation, starting from the most interesting aspect: the new guidance.
Another post written while killing time and bored to death whilst on holiday. This time, some thoughts about VR and 2D.
I was on holiday, I’m not a sea-guy. I get bored at Mach 2. Thus, I wrote some random thoughts, this time, on my favourite military aviation periods, and how I miss the fact that there are no simulative servers for the period.
There is a huge number of topics, details, and procedures a virtual F-14 crew must know to be proficient.
The one described in this article is one of the most common issues impacting the Tomcat when it operates from a Carrier, and can be fixed in a matter of seconds. Not doing it, can make a huge difference in a mission.