Falcon 4 Allied Force for the continuously computed release point(CCRP) automatically calculates the lead for the release point. This means that if you keep the flight path marker on the ball fall line, the bomb release point will automatically take into account lead for the target. Even for targets heading diagonally to you, the bombs will automatically lead and at least come close to hitting the target. All you need to do is make a level bomb release where the flight path marker is kept on the bomb fall line. In the following video, I will target a group of vehicles heading in line formation. The direction of the line I target will be a diagonal line. Assuming the vehicles form a line behind each other, the direction of the line will be the direction they are heading. [see video 1
To get yourself heading parallel with the target, you need to first get its direction. A good way to do this is to place one mark point on the vehicle. Let it move and then place another mark point on the vehicle. The difference in the two positions can be used to get its direction and line yourself up with it. To get yourself heading parallel with the vehicle and lined up with it, head 90 degrees from its direction and then turn into it once you pass by it. Then you can bomb the target. There are four parts to bombing moving targets. The four parts are: 1. Get the target's direction. 2. Get lined up with the target's direction. 3. Bomb the target. 4. Come around for another pass.
Here is the process to get its direction.
1. Lock the target on radar.
1. Head perpendicular to the direction of the mark points. Then keep going until the mark points pass within three quarters of the way to the circle on the horizontal situation display representing 5 miles away. Heading in this direction will give you more turning room.
1. Lock the front vehicle on radar.
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Even with cluster bombs, however, it is likely that you will still have the lead the target and use the manual bombing site in CCIP bombing mode. It is important to note with cluster bombs that when leading the target, you want the bombs to be short of the target ( behind the target) and not long( in front of the target). Cluster bombs probably will spread forward and not backwards. If a cluster bomb goes in front of a target, it will probably miss. The extra area of destruction will do no good if it all goes in front of the target.
Better yet, it is also likely that you can find stationary vehicles. Look for a line of dots in GM(non-moving targets) radar mode. Also be aware of where the buildings are. If you see any dots in an open field, then they are likely to be vehicles.