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High altitude bombing

Post  Hans Jaeger on Thu Jan 02, 2014 2:44 pm

I have now hit ships level bombing on ATAG server from 3500 mtrs and headquarters from 6000 mtrs . I do not know why I am suddenly so efficient on hitting targets. Maybe my navigation are better . But I amm pretty confident right now. Hope this will last.

I have spent 3 to 4 hours on a mission I made the last 4 days and maybe more on ATAG server. So training is essential

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Re: High altitude bombing

Post  Niklas Klein on Thu Jan 02, 2014 3:25 pm

Well hot damn! Good job my man. Next time me you and Bergen are online I'll have to let you lead us in.

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Re: High altitude bombing

Post  Paul Zorner on Fri Jan 03, 2014 5:49 am

We know that setting the speed and altitude on the Lofte sight are essential, but please tell us also what other settings you have used:
- Ordnance (which bombs)?
- Salvo or series, which quantity?
- Distribution delay?

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Re: High altitude bombing

Post  Hans Jaeger on Fri Jan 03, 2014 11:27 am

Mostly it all comes down to a mission planning, also there is a issue about knowing the targets. In real life they sent out bombers after a recceflight so the bombaimers would know what the targets look like.
Today I was not in shape to fly resulting in revving my engines.

JU-88 it will dive down if you haven't speed over 400 KM/h so it is essential you got the direction right from IP (initial point)
Up at 6000 mtrs you probably only got 350 IA
when the plane leveled out it probably dropped 200- 700 mtrs depending on your speed before you pushed mode 022
I set my speed on 400 km in JU 88 and 350 on HE-111 and around 5000 mtrs altitude. I navigate as good as I ever can and when I have taken tha last turn towards target I initiate mode 022 and use the scope to determine where the target are, Normally you will se the target at ca 45 % in this altitude if navigation is good there will be no trouble. I set the sight automat on as soon as I got the target and check my altitude and speed regularly. Open bomb bay and arm the bombs. If the crosshair moves forward your speed settings are too low. increase speed settings until the crosshair stand still. if it moves towards you you need to decrease speed settings. If you are drifting sideways trottle down the side you drift. If attacked you are now free to engage the turrets and let the automatation take care of the bombing, because you will hit it. I had several friendly bombers on low level and me at 6000 mtrs and they witnessed a bullseye on a factory and did not see me .

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