Original sentence: “The center (E) of the keyhole is also called
“Echo Point“, “Wheel“ or Overhead“.”
Corrected sentence: “The center (E) of the keyhole is also called
“Echo Point“, “Wheel“ or **"**Overhead“.”
MEGA is also a good candidate, registered free acc nets ~15GB … AND NO TRAFFIC LIMIT … (as some “valued names” impose)
May be not enough, but few accounts may do the trick. - linked with shortcuts inside remote drives.
And it is compatible with most remote disk/drives software(s)… that way you may work directly from desktop… no browser hassle - as a drive letter on your sys.
p.s. Ups,… just checked… they (Mega) raised my limit to 50GB, and that is… good ? 🙂
What does “lethal radius” mean for CBUs on p. 61? The overall dispersion of all the submunitions is determined by the burst altitude (BA), so BA determines the extent of the kill-zone on the ground. But what does lethal radius mean in this context?
And a followup question, some “lethal radius” values are a single number, while others are two numbers, eg. 1150x1300. What does the latter mean ?
some CBU bombs target rather the troops than the vehicles and
in BMS, I guess , radius lethal is for troops while destruction area for vehicles
Quick HMCS question, and I thought this subject was appropriate.
Regarding my research, the INS/EGI button does not need to be touched to align the HMCS, post #1 seems to be contradicting that. I don’t think it is necessary to be in INS alignement mode when aligning the HMCS, because it wouldn’t make much sense.
Concerning the cursor to align the HMCS in fine mode, it seems to be an “all or nothing” movement. So the slightest cursor movement makes the alignement cross move at full pace.
Do you confirm that ?
This make a fine alignement very complicated, and I’m not sure what the alignement tolerance is for a correct HMCS A-G usage ?
@Raven8tr Hi, I just found this post. What model of the F-18 are you flying (C,D,E,F) and which Theater? All versions in all theaters may not have the correct cockpit files.
The MFD’s are turned on by the top center knob over the l/r mfd’s. The HUD knob is under the IFF button on the UFC.
Feel free to post on the BMSOFM Journal thread with any questions