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Thread: RWR Brevity

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    Yep, that'd be why. I'm primarily referencing the NATO manuals.

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    I'm unexpectedly free now this afternoon/evening so I've gone and done a few updates to the 3-1.1. including returning DIRT based on this discussion.

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    Tried to get my hands on the 2014 Brevity but it's still Restricted in the ALSA Center

    Here's an AIR LAND SEA BULLETIN that might be of interest. Joint Close
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    I can't attach it, so I put it in my dropbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noodle View Post
    Per open source:

    RWR indication of a surface threat in Search mode is DIRT.

    RWR indication of a surface threat in Track mode is MUD.

    RWR indication of a surface threat missile launch is SINGER.

    Edit: And for the record, DCS' modeling of the RWR and anything related to EW/EA/EP is abysmal. I generally feel like the DCS RWR is a noisemaker that's only there to add aural ambiance while flying, and it doesn't even do that correctly.
    So could you or someone else put these into a DCS context then, such as in a phrase used in a particular scenario we are familiar with to ensure its perfectly clear to all of us how these terms should be appropriately used so that someone like myself doesn't reinforce an incorrect use.

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