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Four new video tutorials at Flankertraining


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#1 Ironhand

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 11:50 AM

There are four new video tutorials up at Ironhand's Flanker Training site




This is Chris Warren's excellent tutorial on the RAF's Run-in and Break method of rejoining an airfield rendered to video. The fast run-in limits your exposure to danger and allows you to check the runway before committing to a landing. Although the tutorial was created with LOMAC V1.01, the practice is applicable to all LOMAC/FLAMING CLIFFS versions.




R-27ER VS AIM-120: Winning the SARH vs ARH Duel This is a beginner's guide to winning an SARH VS ARH duel when you are on the SARH side of the equation. Discussed are the basics of the Russian SPO-15 Radar Warning System (WRS), the importance of the cockpit clock (stopwatch), and how to mount an aggressive defense.

ALAMO VS AMRAAM: MiG-29 vs F-16CA -
short tutorial which will hopefully help BVR neophytes win the duel when their longest stick (R-27R) is up against their opponent's even longer stick (AIM-120). The F-Pole and the RWS still rule the day.

Learn how to win a fight against two F-15's armed with the AIM-120 missile. Although such a fight will usually start BVR, it will inevitably end up WVR. The goal is to keep it BVR for as long as possible. This tutorial assumes that you already have a basic understanding of the Su-27's TWD. If that is not the case, please read the document "1.02 threat warning systems.doc" in the LockOn Doc folder before joining me in the cockpit.





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