Small adjustments to the heading can be made with the rudder. Using the
rudder is the slowest way to turn, but it doesn't affect the pitch and it's
the most precise. Usually you'll want to start a turn by moving the stick
left (or right), get close to the heading you want, level the A-10 off, and
then make the final adjustments to heading with the rudder.
Speed and Stalls
Speed is controlled by the throttle. Full throttle, Full speed. A stall
happens when the plane is moving through the air to slowly. Lift is lost and
the control surfaces don't work properly. The A-10 will nose down until the
air speed is greater than the stall speed. To avoid stalls, keep the throttle
at 4 or higher. Don't stall at low altitude unless you enjoy crashing.
The A-10 is a special kind of aircraft -- it's a combat aircraft armed to the
Finding the Target
Find the target you want on the Strategic Map, and then select it (See pg. 24)
You can select it either by positioning the arrow over it and clicking on it,
or by sequencing through all the targets with the arrow buttons. The selected
target will be highlighted on the map by a black square around it. The
information display on the right will give you the bearing and distance of the
target from your current position.
Return to the front cockpit view (F1). The destination indicator above the
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