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|inu-dude25||V-22 Osprey?||15||Dec 15 2009, 7:13 PM EST by Whybother08|
Thread started: Dec 31 2008, 11:34 AM EST Watch
I don't really get why the Osprey is on the list. I mean, it is a beautiful aircraft, but unless you have multiple trained pilots who already know how to operate the tilt rotor system, they're just pretty lawn ornaments. I may not be up to date on Osprey's, but I've mainly heard that they're hard as hell to fly, even for military personnel trained specifically to use the Osprey. Unfortuantely, I think using an Osprey would more than likely come to a fiery end.
|chezmonkey||AC-130U "Spooky" Gunship||3||Mar 13 2009, 9:27 PM EDT by chitoryu12|
Thread started: Mar 2 2009, 10:21 PM EST Watch
If somebody could get a hold of this, as stated above "everything within 200 feet of that cone DIES"
The one used in CoD 4 in campaign mode to provide air support for SAS team units.
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|R&H||A10 misconception (page: 1 2 3)||56||Feb 17 2009, 10:20 AM EST by alicestar|
Thread started: Feb 11 2009, 11:32 PM EST Watch
The A10 warthog uses a vulcan, not a gatling. A vulcan is an autocannon which in lay man's terms is a gattling gun that is electrically powered. So by definition, the GUA-8/A is actually an autocannon. The autocannon used in the A10 Warthog is a vulcan which is manufactured by general dynamics The M134 on the other hand, is a mini-gun. The company that produces it owns the name mini-gun, and so all other electrically powered gatling guns are still referred to as vulcans or autocannons depending on who manufactures it.
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