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Need clarification on airplane stats - 7/7/2012 3:44:54 AM   
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This will be stupid but I just want to verify what some of the stats on airplanes really mean.
Most of it is self explanatory but I am not sure about Armor, Durability, Maneuver, and Reliability. I'm pretty sure on reliability the lower the number the more reliable the plane is, but I'm not sure on Armor, Durability and Maneuver (higher numbers the better?)
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RE: Need clarification on airplane stats - 7/7/2012 4:11:08 AM   
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Higher = better on those u question mark yes. Note that there on russian side early on gets added to realibilty x per date. Cant remember the specifics.

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RE: Need clarification on airplane stats - 7/7/2012 4:20:23 PM   
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9.6. AIRCRAFT AND AFV/COMBAT VEHICLE RELIABILITY
All aircraft and AFV/Combat vehicles have a reliability rating which ranges from 5 (really
good) to 45 (really bad). An example of a 5 would be an armoured car and a 45 would be a
Panther D AFV. These reliability ratings are checked when aircraft conduct a mission or AFV/
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Combat vehicles are moved, with those that fail the reliability check becoming damaged. To
reflect initial production “teething” problems, aircraft and AFV/Combat vehicle reliability will be
increased by five when they first come into production and then decrease by one each month
until they reach their standard reliability rating.

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