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When I'm looking in my targeting pod and get a point lock on a target. It follows it but when I create a mark point for that. Does it follow the moving target or the ground where the target was?

 

If this is correct and mark points are fixed, how can I track multiple moving targets

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To my understanding mark points dont move. If I have a line of moving targets I take one out so they stop then its sitting ducks.

 

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how can I track multiple moving targets

 

 

make your mark point near a group and remember which way it was moving. or make your mark point in front of the group where it will be next time you need it. or just remember where you left them.

 

The A-10 is unable to track multiple non-fixed targets because it only has one sensor which can track a designated target: the TGP. Since the TGP is an optical device, and can only track the target designated in the tracking gate, you only get to track one target at a time.

 

Now, in theory, the A-10 could be programmed to hand off target info from the TGP to a Mav seeker. If the target computer were set up this way, you could track as many targets as you had Mavs, so long as the Mav was able to lock in on the target correctly.

 

This would actually be a very awesome feature: use TGP to hand off targets to three or four or even six Mavs, then chain them all off in a short ripple and get all rounds on target before the target can react to the incoming. Kinda like what the Tomcat used to be able to do with AIM-64.

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Mark point do not move. They are a fixed point defined by coordinates.

What you can do is create several markpoints or offset points to define a 'killbox' in which you are sure your targets are moving around in.

The spotting and tracking still needs to be done manually.

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how can I track multiple moving targets

 

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