Thank you for A-4E-C Skyhawk guide


#1

DCS beginner.

Very much enjoyed reading a sensible clear material on the A4E. :slight_smile:

With it, I was able to use the plane and evaluate DCS without committing to purchasing a plane yet.
Great job and thanks!


#2

I kind’a wish I could say that…:stuck_out_tongue:


#3

That’s great to hear! Which guide at are you referring to though?

I am only aware of the 2 guides I linked to which were made by ED Forums users Wheelyjoe and haclek.
I think you (we) should be thanking them and they probably don’t read Mudspike. Ah well, maybe they will see this post anyways


#4

My apology, here is last page of Ali’s pdf.

Thanks to the A-4E-C team for creating one of the
best mods I’ve ever seen:
● Gospadin (In Memoriam)
● Gyrovague
● Plusnine
● Kryb
● Merker
● Jones
● Farlander
● Dr. Manius
Thanks to Chuck for his amazing guides and
okaying my blatant rip-off.
For more information see:
NATOPS A-4E/F/G Skyhawk Manual NAVAIR
01-40AVF-1
Weapons tables from the F-5 Non-nuclear weapons
manual


#5

No apology required :slight_smile:

Indeed, thanks to all those people and Ali/Wheelyjoe for making the guide as well. The A-4 is a lovely little module.

All I meant was: you were probably reaching out to Wheelyjoe. His inspiration and the ‘inventor’ of this kind of guide is @Chuck_Owl and he is a Mudspike user, but the author of the A-4E guide is not on this forum, as far as I am aware, not are the other people credited in this last page.
Although we could also thank @SkateZilla for helping the A-4 team.

My point is, whoever your post seemed to be aimed at is not on this forum, so you might want to try sending a PM or making a thread on the ED Forums too.
Or I misunderstood your title and you just want to point out to us how good the A-4 and Wheelyjoe’s guide are.


#6

As if things would have one any differently lol.


#7

Yeah, everybody’s gonna buy the F-14 anyways.