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Attack Aircraft — a type of aircraft that is armed with unguided rockets. These aerial weapons are very effective against lightly armored targets and are fairly easy to aim. Some of these rockets can cause fires.

Air Group Baselines

This type of aircraft is usually based on fighters so has a high speed and can reach the desired point in a short time. They are most effective against lightly armored targets.

Attack aricraft armament, rockets, have following performance characteristics:

  • maximum damage;
  • armor penetration;
  • fire chance (HE rockets).

There are two types of ammunition available — rockets with high-explosive (HE) warheads and rockets with armor-piercing (AP) warheads.

AP Rockets

AP rockets are capable of inflicting high damage to the enemy ship, including to the citadel. However, they can ricochet or fail to pierce armor at the acute angle. When hitting thin, e.g. destroyer, armor at right angles they mostly achieve over-penetrations and get only 1/10 of the maximum damage.

HE Rockets

Attack aircraft combat sight.

There are two types of HE rockets available. They vary in damage as follows:

  • small damage, compensated by the large number of rockets;
  • heavy damage, though from fewer rockets. (available on Tier VIII — X aircraft carriers)

HE rockets can cause fires. The fire chance can be increased by:

Sighting

The attack aircraft sight looks like an ellipse or circle with special marks showing the spread at maximum convergence. The ellipse reduction to the ideal radius occurs in case the aircraft are not making sharp maneuvers.

You can launch rockets as soon as the sight color swap to green, but for maximum efficiency it`s better to reach the ideal radius.

Attack Aircraft by country

Великобритания_флаг_ВМС_с_тенью.png U.K. Attack Aircraft


Третий_рейх_флаг_ВМС_с_тенью.png German Attack Aircraft


Wows_flag_USA.png U.S. Attack Aircraft


Wows_flag_Japan.png Japanese Attack Aircraft



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