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A-10C II Warthog
New Features


With the release of DCS: A-10C II Warthog, an important update will be the changes to the HOTAS. This was requested by our professional clients and now represents the true USAF configuration in particular when considering the Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog™ throttle and stick. Here is an overview of the new feature set that will be available upon release:

Updated External Model
Improved 3D mesh and textures
Removal of TISL pod

Updated Cockpit
Weathered (dirty bird) textures option
Addition of the ARC-210 radio head
Removal of the TISL control panel
Addition of the Scorpion HMCS control head

AGM-65E2/L Laser-Guided Maverick
DSMS Status and Inventory Pages
HUD and Weapon Video Symbology
Updated Maverick HOTAS Commands
PRF Code Input (DSMS)

Missiles and Guided-Bombs
AGR-20 Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) Laser-Guided Rockets
GBU-54 Laser-JDAM

ARC-210 VHF/UHF Satellite Radio
Radio Start
Menu Pages
Manual Frequency Selection
Preset Channel Selection
Guard Channels Selection
Setting Preset Channels 1–25
Setting Preset Channels 26–30

Scorpion Helmet-Mounted Cueing System (HMCS)
Control Head
HMCS Display
HMCS Setting STAT Page
Targeting Pod projection window
Data Link PPLI, Mini-SPI, EPLRS, and Designated Target Symbols
Waypoints/Steerpoint Symbols
SPI and Hookship Symbols
TDC and TGP Symbols

Hands on Throttle and Stick (HOTAS)
Updated HOTAS Commands

A-10C II
Development Report


We have now completed the flight dynamics research needed for the new weapons and we are close to completing the cockpit weathered textures.

We are also completing work on the Helmet Mounted Cueing System (HMCS) and the integration of the Targeting Pod projection window over landmasses and buildings.


Laser-Guided JDAM


A low-cost guidance kit that combines combat-proven JDAM (Joint Direct Attack Munition) GPS/INS-based (Global Positioning System/Inertial Navigation System) navigation with a laser seeker achieving outstanding accuracy. Unlike the GBU-31 and GBU-38, the GBU-54 can engage moving targets.



The 2.75 diameter, 35-pound, laser-guided rocket is known as the fixed-wing Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System II. The rocket has proven effective in combat operations over Afghanistan.

We look forward to your feedback on these new weapon systems.

Thank you again for your passion and support,

Kind regards,

Eagle Dynamics Team

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