Palm Security Hornet Discussion

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Palm Security Hornet Discussion

Post by Coop » Tue Dec 06, 2016 8:56 pm

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I'm pleased to release the Palm Security Tactical Force F/A-28B Advanced Super Hornet.
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Nodoka Hanamura » Tue Dec 06, 2016 9:03 pm

Coop wrote:
Swift wrote:
I'm pleased to release the Palm Security Tactical Force F/A-28B Advanced Super Hornet.
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u nas problema, Coop? :lol:
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Swift » Tue Dec 06, 2016 9:46 pm

Coop wrote:
Swift wrote:
I'm pleased to release the Palm Security Tactical Force F/A-28B Advanced Super Hornet.
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hue hue hue hue hue :lol: :arrow: :twisted:
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by VNAF ONE » Wed Dec 07, 2016 2:35 am

This is a little confusing. I mean, there is a such thing as the Advanced Super Hornet, and this isn't it. Maybe a little more unique naming? :|
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Neocon » Wed Dec 07, 2016 3:02 am

"Super Advanced Ultra Hornet of Doom"

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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Nodoka Hanamura » Wed Dec 07, 2016 3:15 am

VNAF ONE wrote:This is a little confusing. I mean, there is a such thing as the Advanced Super Hornet, and this isn't it. Maybe a little more unique naming? :|
I've come to call it the Hornet ADV.
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by NajmiCreative » Wed Dec 07, 2016 3:21 am

VNAF ONE wrote:This is a little confusing. I mean, there is a such thing as the Advanced Super Hornet, and this isn't it. Maybe a little more unique naming? :|
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Coop » Wed Dec 07, 2016 3:34 am

Nodoka Hanamura wrote:
VNAF ONE wrote:This is a little confusing. I mean, there is a such thing as the Advanced Super Hornet, and this isn't it. Maybe a little more unique naming? :|
I've come to call it the Hornet ADV.
Ok..........that's an acronym for advance.
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by NightRaven » Wed Dec 07, 2016 3:38 am

Hornet ADV is already used in the F/A-18I/U in AC3 versions anyway, of which SARF uses.

why are we getting so worked up over a name?
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Nodoka Hanamura » Wed Dec 07, 2016 3:51 am

NightRaven wrote:Hornet ADV is already used in the F/A-18I/U in AC3 versions anyway, of which SARF uses.

why are we getting so worked up over a name?
We could use something akin to the NATO Reporting Names - Hornet-G?
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Swift » Wed Dec 07, 2016 3:57 am

VNAF ONE wrote:This is a little confusing. I mean, there is a such thing as the Advanced Super Hornet, and this isn't it. Maybe a little more unique naming? :|
:| and? no thank you? no "that's a nice plane", had to be the name. is it that big of a deal?
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by VNAF ONE » Wed Dec 07, 2016 4:17 am

Swift wrote:
VNAF ONE wrote:This is a little confusing. I mean, there is a such thing as the Advanced Super Hornet, and this isn't it. Maybe a little more unique naming? :|
:| and? no thank you? no "that's a nice plane", had to be the name. is it that big of a deal?
I was merely trying to point something out. It was a suggestion, but if you want to take it offensively then have it your way. I didn't even say what I think about the plane.
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Swift » Wed Dec 07, 2016 4:20 am

VNAF ONE wrote:
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VNAF ONE wrote:This is a little confusing. I mean, there is a such thing as the Advanced Super Hornet, and this isn't it. Maybe a little more unique naming? :|
:| and? no thank you? no "that's a nice plane", had to be the name. is it that big of a deal?
I was merely trying to point something out. It was a suggestion, but if you want to take it offensively then have it your way. I didn't even say what I think about the plane.
I wasn't taking it in an offensive manner, I just don't get what the big deal is.

EDIT: if a moderator can lock this thread i'd appreciate it..no need for extra drama
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Midnight Rambler » Wed Dec 07, 2016 4:38 am

No need to lock the thread. Let's just be civil and cordial with each other ;)
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by MD5Ray01 » Wed Dec 07, 2016 5:26 am

It's a pretty nice-looking plane. Maybe call it the Omega Hornet?
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Monoceros » Wed Dec 07, 2016 7:03 am

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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Flake » Wed Dec 07, 2016 11:15 am

We all know why this topic is blowing up. We're sick to death of the ace combat-ification of ysflight.

I for one am sick of the "MOAR AFTABURNAS AND WEPNS" war.

Let's go back to bad ass 1980's cold war jets that handle like pigs, where the manoeuvring tactics of the pilot actually mattered more than the ping.

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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Krux » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:30 pm

xX_SuperSic58_Xx wrote:We all know why this topic is blowing up. We're sick to death of the ace combat-ification of ysflight.

I for one am sick of the "MOAR AFTABURNAS AND WEPNS" war.

Let's go back to bad ass 1980's cold war jets that handle like pigs, where the manoeuvring tactics of the pilot actually mattered more than the ping.
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by Alpha Star » Wed Dec 07, 2016 1:29 pm

It's a great plane looks cool.
I thought I would add my bit to the conversation.
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Re: Palm Security Hornet

Post by ZyreaxGaming_YT » Wed Dec 07, 2016 1:49 pm

xX_SuperSic58_Xx wrote:We all know why this topic is blowing up. We're sick to death of the ace combat-ification of ysflight.

I for one am sick of the "MOAR AFTABURNAS AND WEPNS" war.

Let's go back to bad ass 1980's cold war jets that handle like pigs, where the manoeuvring tactics of the pilot actually mattered more than the ping.
You might be sick to death with it, but others are not. I really don't see whats wrong with someone coming up with new aircraft ideas. This, by the way, isn't a new design. The F/A-28 has been on YSFlight for sometime. I don't see why everyone is upset about it now. Is it because it's under Palm Security branding? Palm Security plans to list this plane as a CF-28 Stealth Super Hornet. We also plan to operate some real life based F/A-18 adv. super hornets and F/A-18 super hornets.
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