Arma 3: Jets
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Dynamic loadouts are now available for both rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft, enabling mission editors to customise the types of armament used on aircraft provided that they have pylons which support the feature.
The Encore update, included as a major addon as part of the Jets DLC's platform update, also adds the USS Liberty static destroyer ship and incorporates static heavy anti-air turrets for both NATO and CSAT: the MIM-145 Defender and S-750 Rhea. Aircraft loadouts have also been expanded to allow specific jets to launch air-to-ground anti-radiation missiles.
A new radar interface for targeting guided weapons, powered by advanced Active Radar and Infrared sensor technology, makes a variety of vehicles (including jets, helicopters, and tanks) capable of combat beyond visual range. In extension, Data Link enables vehicles to transmit their sensor data to other vehicles for advanced cooperation. Together with new radar symbology, and unique radar and IR signatures for each vehicle, this means that players now have a more accurate overview of the battlefield.
You can now customize your vehicle's armament. In the case of jets, this means you can choose what kind of ordnance each pylon carries. Dynamic Vehicle Loadouts is designed to be compatible with other vehicle classes in Arma 3, which also means that content creators have the option to implement this new functionality in their assets.
For now, we have just deployed the new jets to Dev-Branch, so be sure to take them for a spin. We will be paying attention to your valuable feedback on the forums and Feedback Tracker. After release, we plan to keep working and improving this set of assets, including things like flight behavior and onboard weapons systems. Plus there might be one or two small surprises down the runway.
While fighter jets had been reportedly shot down, these were not named Ukraine F22 Raptor, as the video suggests. In early morning of February 25, the Ukrainian Sukhoi Su-27 fighter jet was shot down over the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, according to Ukrainian Deputy Interior Minister Evgeny Yenin. 59ce067264