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Summary 0004503: Main battle tanks are almost invulnerable to laser-guided bombs
Revision 2018-08-25 17:18 by eldecadente93
Steps To Reproduce Get in a mission with a (vanilla) A-164 Wipeout, F/A-181 Black Wasp II or an (RHS) A-10A. optionally load the aircraft with as many GBU-12s as possible (with MCC Sandbox 4 + Zeus and/or with a dynamic loadout script). Also, place a T-72B3 somewhere.

Use a laser targetting system (integrated in the vanilla planes, or with an external drone/JTAC/remote laser designator for RHS's A-10A) to point a laser towards the tank.


Drop several (3-7) GBU-12s towards the tank. Thanks to the laser designation, if the tank is stopped or moving slowly, most bombs should achieve direct hits, and the ones that don't, will achieve very close hits anyway.

The issue is always reproductible, but the exact amount of bombs needed for a catastrophical kill can vary from "just" 3 to more than 6.
Revision 2018-08-25 16:23 by eldecadente93
Steps To Reproduce Get in a mission with a (vanilla) A-164 Wipeout, F/A-181 Black Wasp II or an (RHS) A-10A. optionally load the aircraft with as many GBU-12s as possible (with MCC Sandbox 4 + Zeus and/or with a dynamic loadout script). Also, place a T-72B3 somewhere.

Use a laser targetting system (integrated in the vanilla planes, or with an external drone/JTAC/remote laser designator for RHS's A-10A) to point a laser towards the tank.


Drop several (3-7) GBU-12s towards the tank. Thanks to the laser designation, if the tank is stopped or moving slowly, most bombs should achieve direct hits, and the ones that don't, will achieve very close hits anyway.

The issue is always reproductible, but the exact amount of bombs needed for a catastrophical kill can vary from just 3 to more than 6.


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