Thanks for the info.
I started researching and I ended up using a F-16 and an unarmed Predator drone. I placed the drone a 4000 feet, created cloud cover between 7-16K feet. and placed the F-16 above that at 18K. This way, the plane could not see the targets. The drone, of course, could see the target.
I ran the sandbox scenario once and the F-16 did no fire. I noticed that the target could not be seen, so the F-16 was trying to five down to see the target. This was because the drone did not automatically activate its laser guidance like planes usually do when they are getting ready to fire.
I ran the scenario a second time, but this time manually turned on the drone's laser finder. It lit up target after target, and the F-16 dropped its bombs on each. After one attack, the drone would light up another, and the F-16 would fire again.
In summary, it worked great, and is a nice tool. The only downside was that I had to manually turn on the laser guidance on the drone. I assume that a Lua code could be crated to tell the drone to turn on its guidance system at a certain time.
Next, I'll use two drones, each targeting a different target and I'll see if I can get my plane to launch on the second target while it already has a first bomb in the air.
Note: It worked. Two drones, two laser guidance beams, and two simultaneous attacks.
< Message edited by DWReese -- 4/3/2020 12:30:43 AM >