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Re: Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

... As disappointing as I've found the _Ogre_ expansions since GEV (& Shockwave) some of the minor rules or fluff in _Ogre Miniatures_ covered similar implicit
Steven H.
10:33 AM
#98905
 
98904

Re: Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

Would drones ever be represented on the board? Seems to me you simply launch and then some time lapse later the drones arrive on target. Apply point defense
eric henry
8:25 AM
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98903

Re: Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

On Mon, Mar 30, 2015 at 1:29 AM, 'Steven H.' shudson@... ... Both Grav Armor and GEV just assume the drones are part of each manned unit's printed
Henry Cobb
8:14 AM
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98902

Re: Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

That's what 3d printers are for On Monday, March 30, 2015, 'Steven H.' shudson@... [sfconsim-l]
eric henry
4:53 AM
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98901

Re: Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

... That's fine for a tactical game, but for a larger scale it might best to abstract away the drones of the lowest capacity ships (as with WW2 float-planes).
Steven H.
12:32 AM
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98900

Re: Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

... Nahhh. You work up a good mix of drone counters, then add units that launch them to taste. -- Veteran, Bermuda Triangle Expeditionary Force, 1993-1951
Michael Llaneza
11:22 PM
#98900
 
98899

Re: Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

... That could be a bit of a nightmare for counter-mixes.
Steven H.
11:07 PM
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98898

Re: [!! SPAM] Re: [sfconsim-l] Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

Obviously, anything that look like a Tomahawk is fitting, but limit significantly the capability of the platform. I believe that a RQ-7 Shadow like drone,
Laurent Leclerc
7:43 PM
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98897

Re: Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

In reality, drones were used for close air support in Afghanistan and Iraq. A Donald Rumsfeld noted, you go to war with the army you have, not the army you
Laurent Leclerc
7:21 PM
#98897
 
98896

Re: Battlefield close air support with the A 10

Look for my answer below… De : sfconsim-l@yahoogroups.com [mailto:sfconsim-l@yahoogroups.com] Envoyé : 29 mars 2015 11:45 À : sfconsim-l@yahoogroups.com
Laurent Leclerc
6:38 PM
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98895

DARPA progress to small ships each with UAV air forces

This is how it is actually done. http://nextbigfuture.com/2015/03/darpa-progress-to-small-ships-with.html one, the ability for a UAS to take off and land from
Henry Cobb
Mar 29
#98895
 
98894

Strike "Robotic Ghost Ship" off the list

http://www.defenseone.com/technology/2015/03/militarys-robotic-ghost-ship-passes-critical-test/108352/ "changing not just naval warfare but also the way
Henry Cobb
Mar 29
#98894
 
98893

Re: Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

It seems some objections to the described naval drones is that the desired capability may not fit into a tomahawk VLS cell. Perhaps a larger cell is worth
eric henry
Mar 29
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98892

Re: Reusable Tomahawk UCAV (not VTOL)

Laurent Leclerc laurent.leclerc.ing@... ... In reality, drones were used for close air support in Afghanistan and Iraq. A Donald Rumsfeld noted, you
Isaac Kuo
Mar 29
#98892
 
98891

Re: Battlefield close air support with the A 10

Claudio Bertinetto chevalier.errant@... ... The drone could be optimized for slower flight, the same speed as an A10. In particular, it could use a
Isaac Kuo
Mar 29
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