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Defeating an SA-10/S-300

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Hey Combat ace world!  I really like having SA-10's in the game but I am always getting killed by them.  Does anyone know any maneuvers etc to defeat an S300? :airplane:

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This is Sf2, not OIF or OEF. speed of heat, 50ft off the deck, one pass strafe anything unfortuneate enough to be in front of you enroute.

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Leave the wingies behind (they'll just die anyway. Fly as high as you can and as fast as you can. once you heard them SAM calls, dive! Stay low and fast. Be ready to fail some missions and hope your not on escort duty.

 

Unfortunately, after countless of experiments these are the only way to stay alive in a SAM infested Map. Note: on occasion, a stray SAM, AAA, or enemy aircraft can get you even if your kissing treetops.

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We are lucky in SF2 that SAM's have no multi-target capability, the real SA-10B has six target channels with two control channels each. I other words it can guide twelve missiles against six different targets simultaneously. See the link below for a good thread on the SA-10B.

 

Link: S-300PS/PMU (SA-10B Grumble)

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