RE: [SGII] Fire of AT Missiles at disperesed tagets
From: Oerjan Ohlson <oerjan.ohlson@t...>
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2005 19:22:48 +0100
Subject: RE: [SGII] Fire of AT Missiles at disperesed tagets
Richard Kirke wrote:
>I am assuming that, since GMS systems are unlikely to be designed to
>at disperesed infantry targets (givent that this would be expensive to
>design and that it would be an exceedingly expensive single bullet to
>out 1 man) the GMS would be being fired without guidance it is down to
>inate ability of the rocket to be used unguided (low fire-power) and
>skill of the opperator (quality die) that I would use to resolve the
You pretty much have to use the guidance. Very few missiles leave the
launch tube with enough speed to fly more than a few meters before
into the ground, and even fewer are stable enough to stay on course when
the trajectory engine kicks in unless the guidance is already engaged.
"Life is like a sewer.
What you get out of it, depends on what you put into it."