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#2127041 - 01/31/07 08:32 PM Re: LOMAC/FC: Training Mission #09 [Re: ECV56_PolTen]  
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Originally Posted By: Pablo Diez - ECV56
YOU WERE "GOING BEACH"! Haven't you learned anything? \:D


That's funny..hadn't heard that expression in quite a while...guess I'll never learn! The darn canon is so addictive...but so dangerous...

"Just...one...more....pass....uhhh...oh crap..."

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#2127283 - 02/01/07 01:36 AM Re: LOMAC/FC: Training Mission #09 [Re: BeachAV8R]  
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Dynamite disco on the radio..uh PC... Great Job!

Re your comment on armor aspect angle, yes, to my knowledge, it is implemented in LOMAC. I can tell you as a former sim A-10 pilot, it makes a difference hitting a T-80 from the rear or side versus the front. The details I don't recall, but like soup, it's in there.

Oh man, just wait till you get some dedicated badass AAA down there, it's freaking brutal! And I have had multiple engines shot to you know, and I almost invariably blow up. Badly sadly. Really, it's a bad deal, you either shut that puppy down or bail out, right now. Four minutes, man, living on the grace of good luck!

Re the strafing run, carumba. I can't hit crap with the gun, or gun pods. I end up wobbling up and down right when I need the sight to steady, and then spray and pray. No workie. Once in a while I get close enough to hit, and yet survive the pullout. Not often.

Heh, "Go Beach on them!", I have used that phrase extensively in my sim and AAR career. I recall one F4 sequence where I penetrated deep into North Korean airspace, delivered my bombs on target, then saw some bombers taxing down below.

Know what I thought? Time to "Go Beach on them!" and I did, successfully no less. Wow, what a great time!

Thanks guy, we're loving it clearly.


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#2127305 - 02/01/07 02:22 AM Re: LOMAC/FC: Training Mission #09 [Re: 20mm]  
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I ain't lying about this stuff, there's history to support me!

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