Go to http://users.skynet.be/bs903065/. It's in french but it's a useful link.
A few bunker photos from the site
[QUOTE=Beast of War]Have you payed attention in physics class ? When an object has velocity in a certain direction, it will try to maintain that direction. Yes bombs will drop down and lose velocity. But they initially will do so in an arc that becomes flatter untill the bombs drop straight down. This arc ( still foreward flying bomb ) can be used to "toss" bombs though door openings, far enough to kill anyone inside. QUOTE] Sorry you got it wrong buddy, it will not lose velocity the law of physics makes it accelerate not decrease...its called gravity what you are talking about is drag...
Braun Sorry you got it wrong buddy, it will not lose velocity the law of physics makes it accelerate not decrease...its called gravity what you are talking about is drag...
I forgot to mention foreward or horizotal velocity that it still has from the aircraft when released.......the object ( bomb) will try to continue it's direction but is pulled down by gravity. This struggle trying to continue its original direction against forces of gravity cause an arch before the bomb will fall straight down.
The arched path that the bomb will make before falling straight down, can be used to toss bombs in open doors. The faster the aircraft flies, the wider the arch is going to be, the easier it will be to toss it through a door. Also, the lower you fly, you will use the flatter part of the arch where the bomb still has more horizontal then vertical speed. This too makes it easier to shove a bomb right through a door.
How can i be wrong when i am dong that in game ?
Hey, why doesn't any one listen to me! You all say that putting in a DD tank would cause the axis to get spammed, but what about the TOBRUKS! You guys have even been posting pics of them! Remember, an 88 or Pz 4 turret can do wonders to a sherman.
I've dropped bombs through bunker windows hundreds of times. Especially on .6 Iwo Jima