This article concludes the overview of the P-825 in use 19 years ago, featuring the second and last part of the discussion about the Fleet Conversion Procedures and the Advanced Intercepts, with the first introduction to the intercept of a non-cooperative (id est jinking) bogey.
The short video about Track While Scan and Situational Awareness, made to answer two questions in one fell swoop, raised additional question marks and prompted interesting observations about the current implementation of the TWS radar mode.
Remember that the WCS is not finalized yet.
The 132nd VW introduces the new squadron: the 24th “Death Dealers”.
The 24th joins the ranks of the other rotary-wing squadrons flying the Ka-50 and the Mi-8. Initially flying the SA 342 Gazelle, it will then convert to the OH-58 Kiowa.
The original purpose of this website was a sort of permanent and personal repository for introductory guides and firmware about Arduino. The idea was sharing links, rather than answering similar questions over and over.
With the release of DCS F-14 by Heatblur, the music changed, and this place became a diary of the journey in a new-yet-old aircraft and the wonderful world of fixed-wing aircraft. However, I am still answering questions…
Another series of concepts from the second half of the P-825/02 are discussed, including the so-called “Unknown Procedures”, Fleet Conversions and the Advanced Intercepts.
Due to the length of the discussion, “Unknown Procedures” and the first part of the Fleet Conversions are covered in this article. The second part of the Fleet Conversions and the Advanced Intercepts are topics of the next chapter of this series (Part X).
When new players ask how to improve the odds of hitting a target with their missiles, the usual answer is “fly high, fly fast“.
However, this answer is forgetting one of the biggest and most important parameters: the Target Aspect.