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About warthogmadman987

  • Birthday 06/25/1989

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    Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
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    Aviation, Trap Shooting, Marching Band
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  1. I would definitely be interested in this app, and willing to pay for IAPs.
  2. From my real world experience, I can tell you that on GPS approaches you only use the needles for lateral navigation. Your "glidepath" would come from following specific step down procedures from an approach plate that is specific to each airports runway. The only way I know of a gps approach getting a glideslope like an ILS is if the aircraft is equipped for WAAS and the approach supports it. Pretty sure this is not built into the sim though.
  3. I have a few tips that I think would be really cool to add to the app. If these things came in, it would be the ultmate app for me on my iPad. A) Be able to load in our own PDFs like approach plates, taxiway diagrams, and even the sims manual to reference. B) Would be sweet to have a place to type info from the JTAC instead of grabbing paper and pencil to keep info handy. An even cooler idea would be a screen where we could write with our fingers, much like a scratch pad! C) I cannot tell from the video, but one of the handy things I have seen in another iPad app is the ability to use the radio keys (F1-F12 and ESC) to control. This would make using the radio menu much simpler. Either way, I really look forward to seeing this on the AppStore!
  4. Yes, I have a feeling that this and the upcoming modules to DCS will redefine flight simulation:thumbup:
  5. I believe that there is such a site, but just speculating, you will not be able to buy the download from that 1C website. You may be able to buy a disc, wrather the download is rumored to be available off of the digitalcombatsimulator.com website. Did that help?
  6. Yea, somehow they are also going to have to work out a microwave also...
  7. IIRC, it is actually RAC, an ancronym for Razor And shaving Cream. It is a new unit developed by a team of engineers designed specifically to allow airmen to land, sleep, wake, and fight without ever being outside the cockpit. It is in testing runs though, and word on the streets is that it is being upgrades to include a toothbrush and floss:)
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