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Bomarc

#1 Post by bowtie » Jun 13 2018

BUFF CANADA. I play canada a lot (i live in edmonton :D )

I wish canada had a better tech tree. One that I'm REALLY missing is the Bomarc missile system.
I'd love to see a Bomarc AA unit that is specced out for mid/high altitude targets.

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Re: Bomarc

#2 Post by Balthagor » Jun 13 2018

Got a link? we might be able to get it in.
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Re: Bomarc

#3 Post by bowtie » Jun 13 2018

The Bomarc missile system was the missiles that were selected INSTEAD of the Avro Arrow. Aquisition of the bomarc missile systems was a pretty major event in canadian cold war history. Even though they were originally made in the US, I would definately love to see them in the canadian list as well, especially because of their historical significance. They were technically fixed emplacement SAMs, but considering limitations of the game I would suggest a model like the MIM-323 hawk or similar. Just a thought :)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CIM-10_Bomarc

Also, a British equivalent would be something like the Bloodhound missile.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloodhound_(missile)

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#4 Post by Balthagor » Jun 13 2018

Noted
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Re: Bomarc

#5 Post by bowtie » Jun 15 2018

Rather than the MIM Hawk, it might be more appropriate to use a model like SA-2 Guideline.

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