[DB3k] Divine Eagle UAV Incorrect Flight Ceiling

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Boagrius
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[DB3k] Divine Eagle UAV Incorrect Flight Ceiling

Post by Boagrius »

Hi all,

The maximum altitude for the Chinese Divine Eagle in CMO is currently 25,000 feet. I have a suspicion this may be a mistake, as the open source data on the UAV generally reports it as being 25,000 metres. This makes a lot more sense, since 25k feet for an enormous HALE UAV like the Divine Eagle seems incredibly low. Assuming a save file won't be needed for this one since the data can be readily viewed in the game database.

Cheers!

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thewood1
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RE: Divine Eagle UAV Incorrect Flight Ceiling

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Should probably put this in the database thread. There are specific people there tracking this kind of stuff. And be prepared to show some sources or evidence. Not absolutely needed on commonsense issues, but just a heads up.
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thewood1
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RE: Divine Eagle UAV Incorrect Flight Ceiling

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btw, I agree that its probably 25k meters. That would align with other aricraft in that engine and weight class.
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Rory Noonan
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RE: Divine Eagle UAV Incorrect Flight Ceiling

Post by Rory Noonan »

Hi Boagrius,

This is an update request for the DB3K. I've added this one to the list, however can you please post any future DB update requests on the dedicated Database 3000 (1980-2025+) Requests thread?

I know it may seem pedantic, but we're trying to keep DB requests and feature requests seperate from Tech Support items so we can track and manage all of these items more effectively.

Thanks!
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