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🙂 Awesome … as always!
Nice vid. But.. Can you look and explain the SA page? (Situation awareness i think)
I wanna Modern air combat module for DCS plzz it's 2019 allready and it should come in 2018 !!! PS. I love DCS ♥
Thankyou Red for this tutorial <3
or you can be a complete chad and launch it hard off boresight or with the Radar at your 6, because you can
I need a tutorial to show how to set up real SAM sites in the mission editor, and what different SAM sites really look like, is there any out there that are fairly up to date? Also, this is the best video I've seen and your tutorials are always top notch!
Super useful, as always! Thanks, chap.
Great vid once again. Thank you. 😊
super high-quality tutorial, as usual!! thank you RedKite!
A very great tutorial as usual. Thank you for making them!Do you know about a detailed EW symbology description specifically for the Hornet? The closest I found is the hoggit EW page for A10c
holy crap reset button !
Seconding everyone else my English compadre. Great stuff all around. I definitely would like to see a video about setting up SAM sites. I often run into a problem of building SA-10 sites and the site not launching.
Also, have you dipped into VR or are you TrackIR only?
Another great video!!
Redkite, i love u, u can be my goose soon, if u want ! =D =D =D
Great job on the video as always!
I watched your tutorials for Harrier, and these ones for F18 makes me want to buy it
Has anyone tried launching on an air radar yet?
Its pleasure to watch Redkite video. Thanks.
Gtreat vid thanks RedKite. You're the go to man for explaining technical systems and their optimal employment and limitations. Love your work.
Excellent review as always! Many thanks indeed. Nick
Very nicely done sir!
very good video, short and to the point
Always the best tutorial video~!! Thank you^^ RedKite
Could you make a binding tutorial for your stick and Throttle?
Excellent tuto as usual.Thanks for this great video,simple quick and totaly clear.
Let them try his HARM, says the BMS pilot. They will be bored soon…
Good to see DCS are getting the Hornet up to speed. Although the SP (Self Protection) mode used at 2 minutes, appears to be the TOO (Target of Opportunity) mode? SP mode doesn't usually give the pilot a choice of threats but auto selects the most lethal threat to your aircraft. Its meant to be an autonomous mode, so the pilot can concentrate on his bomb run or ingress. The third mode is Pre planned and can be programmed with Lat/Long coords or linked to a pre planned way-point or target. TOO will also permit the HARM to loft and loiter over the coordinates (pre selected from the Harm page menu) in case the enemy radar goes cold. If they stay cold the HARM will attack the last known hot radar. All good stuff!
the scene at around 2:40 when the hornet start launching HARMs is pretty realistic O_O
I am not able to launch a harm even with target on RWR. I am in AG mode, safety off harm selected RWR on and target seen but harm is crossed out on stores page. I have gone through 2 tutorials set by step. Any thoughts on what I might not be doing right?
You can actually shoot down harm missiles with sidewinders and AMRAAMs (Yes you can shoot down your own)
Ho crap… I took a long break and now I have to learn so many things!
great explanation, but srsly, sort out that threat word.
@RedKite: Out of curiosity, why isn't this video in your "DCS F/A-18C Hornet Tutorials" playlist?
Thanks RedKite, really nice man and finally we can give some payback!!
Still waiting for the lantern or targeting pod it's nothing but a yard Dart without this stuff
Tell you what these tutorials must be using a different enemy than what I'm using because I'm getting launched on with no warning, the radar isn't picking up any launchs. Its like an SA 10 in BMS except these are Sa2s nailing me 20+ miles out.
Which button to select target? Listened 100 times couldnt understand???
Nice tips. The tip about TGP symbol in the SA page helps a lot.
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