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ROKAF F-16C Block 52 fires an AGM-88 HARM

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[edit] F-16C Block 50/52 Systems

[edit] Introduction

The following information is valid as of BMS 4.32 Update 7. Although many F-16 variants ranging from the F-16A all the way up to the Israeli F-16I and Greek Block 52+ can be flown, the cockpit as represented in BMS 4.32 is that of the USAF Block 50/52. As a side-note, the Block 50 (as well as 30 and 40) is powered by General Electric (GE) engines and the Block 52 (as well as 32 and 42) is powered by Pratt and Whitney (PW) engines. The only differences between the two engines in current versions of BMS are aesthetics and the fact that the PW engines are slower to respond to throttle inputs.

[edit] The UI

Main Screen

Campaigns

Tactical Engagements

[edit] The Cockpit

Cockpit Overview

HOTAS (Throttle and Stick)

Left Console

Left Auxiliary Console

Instrument Panel

Right Auxiliary Console

Right Console

[edit] Avionics

HUD (Typical)

The DED and ICP

MFDs (Typical)

The RWR

The FCR

The SMS

The HSD

The TGP

Datalink

Markpoints

HMCS

[edit] Standard Procedures

Ramp Start - Taxi - Takeoff

Fence In

Fence Out

Landing

Air-Air Refueling

Formations

[edit] Weapons Employment

AIM-120B/C AMRAAM

AIM-9M/P/X Sidewinder

AGM-88 HARM

AGM-65A/B/D/G Maverick

BLU-107 Durandal

BDU-33

Laser Guided Munitions (LGBs)

GPS Guided Munitions (JDAMs)

Iron Bombs

Weapon Delivery Planner

--Nealius (talk) 03:40, 14 October 2013 (UTC)

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