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Artillery_attitude_explained_charts 1.1.0

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Two diagrams to be used as reference for what can be a somewhat initially bewildering concept, but should be simple once you can see the reasoning for what values are used, and why the attitude field in the artillery support window goes only to 3200 mils on a 6400 mils compass.  As the file demonstrates, the orientation of the rectangle isn't to the actual unit calling the support, but rather an imaginary point off to the West of the bombardment zone.  Understanding this concept will make it easier to align bombardment zones in ways that precisely target areas like roads or enemy areas to maximize the efficiency of the support mission.  In other words, more rounds on target, less misses or wastage.

Credit to GibsonM and JanTog.

What's New in Version 1.1.0   See changelog


Updated with in-mission examples better illustrating how this is used and how the attitude is offset from an imaginary point to the West, not the unit calling the fire mission.

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