New DCS: AH-64D training video

Matt Wagner is back on his channel again with another DCS: AH-64D training video. This is the second part of a two part segment on the TADS (Target Acquisition and Designation Sights). Let’s have a look!

Acronym bingo time

There should be no surprise by now that the AH-64D is an advanced helicopter with a lot of systems and even more acronyms to describe them. Matt Wagner goes over a lot of terms in this video and even makes reference that this is all “a lot!” Nonetheless, this is a useful tutorial for managing the target acquisition system for the AH-64.

Check out the video below!

6 Comments Add yours

  1. CanadaOne says:

    Oh my god, my brain hurts.

    Every time I see a new video I realize how I could never handle the Apache. But I am jealous of the flightsim hyper-nerds who will get it all down and fly that thing to the max.

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      I suspect some of it won’t be that complicated and that you’ll be able to find a workflow that lets you do the essentials without knowing the whole thing.

      This is something I’m coming to accept with my DCS aircraft. I really can’t know it all and fly all of the aircraft that I do so I have to choose to do just some of it.

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      1. CanadaOne says:

        I hear ya. I don’t know any module 100%. Probably the F-18 the most. But if I could fly the Apache with the night vision and use the gun well, that might be enough for my minimum fan factor.

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      2. ShamrockOneFive says:

        Sounds like an achievable goal after several training flights. I’m looking forward to the process… I just hope it comes out when not too much else is coming out for me to learn at the same time 🙂

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    2. Chris says:

      I think it will probably more easy to fly than the Huey.

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      1. ShamrockOneFive says:

        Yeah I’ve heard that it’s quite an easy helicopter to fly. I’m guessing that the F/A-18 analogue continues here with complex systems to manage but with ease of flying thanks to all of the control systems to make it that way.

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