Date: 2020-01-05 10:55
A modification to bring the vanilla jets (and the AN/MPQ-105 and R-750 radars) of ARMA 3 up to par in a modded environment.
Engines have been overhauled to reach speeds between 1.700 and 2.400 km/h (dependend on jet model).
Sensor systems reach out to a range of 96km (cronus up to 192km).
All alterations of the jets might become subject to change in the future.
The F/A-181, A-143 and A-149 are in a 0.9 state at the moment.
The TO-199 and TO-201 will get their updates soon - at the moment their flight models don't generate enough lift at low speeds!
Also you might find this addon useful to enable full HOTAS controls: Tailhook Down
To install 25th VAS - Growling Dogs - JetX you should use modfolders to keep it seperate from the official game content to prevent issues.
With Arma 3 you can use different ways to set up your modfolders to use custom content you have downloaded.
Please visit the Arma 3 Mod install instructions page for more information about using custom mods and addons in Arma 3.
Join the Steam-Group or the ARMA UNIT to fly with us on pmc and toh terrains, get a full modlist and claim a custom/personalized texture.
- adjustments of the a-149 above 1200 km/h
- adjustment of to-201 above 1500 km/h
- adjustement of to-201's thrust above 1750 km/h
-complete rework of the to-201
-small corrections on the to-199
- complete rework of the A-149's flight characteristics
- added data-link capabilities on MP-respawn
- added Data-link capabilities to the A-143 for MP-respawn
- complete rework of the flight model
Completely reworked the flight characteristics of the F/A-181 and added full DataLink capabilities for respawn on MP Servers
Rework of the default F/A-181 loadout
Addition of the Greyhawk/Ababil UAV and overhaul of it's sensors
Overhauled the sensors on the Sentinel UAV
Overhaul of the Cronus-Radar sensor-values
Changed the default loadout of the F/A-181 for the purposes of the 25th VAS
General overhaul of the former thrustcoefficient and enevelope values to regain a somewhat realistic behaviour during low speed flight