UCAV Centric Scenarios

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UCAV Centric Scenarios

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Can anyone recommend a drone/UCAV/UAV centric scenario? After seeing the prevalence of drone systems in the recent Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict I'd like to dig into a scenario that, instead of aircraft or cruise missiles, focuses on drones.
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Perhaps not quite what you are looking for, but a basic tutorial (one drone, one sub):
Uncle Mark's Tutorials - 6 Toledo hits em hard
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The "2022 Pack 1" makes heavy use of UCAV in some of the missions.

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/ ... 1915066503

The LIVE scenario "Broken Shield 300" also makes use of drones quite extensively.

"Hannakuh War" from the CSP as well.
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Excellent, thanks folks. This'll give me plenty to dig into this week.
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I count the Israeli "Harop" weapon system as a drone, and is actually what is being used in the Azeri-Armenia conflict from my understanding. CMO does a decent job of modeling them, but without more open source information I think it is tough to portray them totally accurately. This goes for all "loitering" munitions. I don't know if I am just using them incorrectly or they are working as intended in CMO, but knowing the limitations after experimenting and they work fine just no real loitering in CMO.
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