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A2G target and flight coordination

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Please coordinate the strike package here. 

IMHO it could be really useful to split target groups between flight members before event start, AKA now. Like that every flight member can just target anything out of his group at will and thus the overall attack time can be reduced. 

 

But I am very open to suggestions in this department, keep in mind the aggressors home base is only 37NM from the target area, which will greatly reduce out attack window in comparison to the NTTR redflags we had. 

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Waypoints 1 to 7  ---- WE ARE IN RANGE OF SA11 AS SOON AS WE ARE WITHIN MAV RANGE OF WP1

1 - 2 groups 1 mile east and west of waypoint.  Each group 4 T72Bs + 1 shilka

2 - 1 group 4 T72B + 1 shilka

3- 1 group 4 T72B + 1 shilka

4- 2 groups: Group at wp  4 T72B + 1 shilka.   Group 1 mile to west of wp is 4 T72Bs.

5- 2 groups: Group at wp  4 T72B + 1 shilka.   Group 1 mile to East of wp is 4 T72Bs.

6- 1 group 4 T72B + 1 shilka

7- 1 group 4 T72B + 1 shilka

My thoughts:

A10Cs mavs only and lasing for M2000.

Rusha nd Honas in SU25Ts - you guys know what your doing so as normal for you.

I think it's probably best to take the groups out in waves and push further from bull with each wave.

M2000 takes shilka via lase from an A10C then goes CAP

Then take turns on each group until they're all dead then move to next group.

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Waypoints 1 to 7  ---- WE ARE IN RANGE OF SA11 AS SOON AS WE ARE WITHIN MAV RANGE OF WP1

1 - 2 groups 1 mile east and west of waypoint.  Each group 4 T72Bs + 1 shilka

2 - 1 group 4 T72B + 1 shilka

3- 1 group 4 T72B + 1 shilka

4- 2 groups: Group at wp  4 T72B + 1 shilka.   Group 1 mile to west of wp is 4 T72Bs.

5- 2 groups: Group at wp  4 T72B + 1 shilka.   Group 1 mile to East of wp is 4 T72Bs.

6- 1 group 4 T72B + 1 shilka

7- 1 group 4 T72B + 1 shilka

My thoughts:

A10Cs mavs only and lasing for M2000.

Rusha nd Honas in SU25Ts - you guys know what your doing so as normal for you.

I think it's probably best to take the groups out in waves and push further from bull with each wave.

M2000 takes shilka via lase from an A10C then goes CAP

Then take turns on each group until they're all dead then move to next group.

Desktop 03.23.2017 - 18.21.29.05.png

Are you within detection range or do you get actively engaged by the SA11 once you are over the target area ? 

I mean sure the Mirage can take 2 gbu12s without sacrificing all to much performance and we can test that before, but the a10 needs to be within 10nm to laze. I mean the sa11 site is 37nm away. A s300 should have that range but I do not think the sa11 does. With a jammer for sure not or am I wrong here ? 

 

Apart from that it sounds good, will be interesting because at best we have like 5-10 minutes since the aggressors only have like 3-4 minutes to fly from takeoff before they are in range. x)

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Are you within detection range or do you get actively engaged by the SA11 once you are over the target area ? 

I mean sure the Mirage can take 2 gbu12s without sacrificing all to much performance and we can test that before, but the a10 needs to be within 10nm to laze. I mean the sa11 site is 37nm away. A s300 should have that range but I do not think the sa11 does. With a jammer for sure not or am I wrong here ? 

 

Apart from that it sounds good, will be interesting because at best we have like 5-10 minutes since the aggressors only have like 3-4 minutes to fly from takeoff before they are in range. x)

You are probably right.... could do with other views...

Edited by mblackham

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