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## App Information Mil-Dot Un-Paso

- App NameMil-Dot Un-Paso
- Package Namecom.victor.mil.dot.one.spanish
- UpdatedJanuary 3, 2015
- File Size207k
- Requires AndroidAndroid 1.6 and up
- Version1.3
- DeveloperVictor Aguilar
- Installs5+
- Price$15.00
- CategoryTools
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Fire Control 1.3 APK

A mortar ballistic computer, it works with my Forward Observerapplication to control mortar fire on unseen targets. It also has adirect-fire application that can be used for shooting snipers offthe roofs of buildings or for referencing off of streetintersections without having to test fire on them, which allowsfirst-round hits on targets near the intersection. The applicationis for use with solid steel balls, though there is a simple formulafor finding a ball that is ballistically equivalent to a sphericalshell. Divide the mass (in kilograms) by the square of the diameter(in meters) and multiply by 0.2433 to get the diameter inmillimeters of the ballistically equivalent ball. Forcommercially-manufactured fin-stabilized shells, it is possible tofind a ball that is ballistically equivalent in mild winds.Thefollowing example is depicted in the accompanying screen shots.Note that you must purchase both the Fire Control and the ForwardObserver applications and screenshots from both are picturedhere.1) The gunner is using shells with an initial speed of 360 m/sthat are ballistically equivalent to 100 mm solid steel balls. Heis in a trench with his muzzle 5 m below ground and on a 5% hillclimbing northward. The altitude is 350 m, the temperature is 15° Cand the air pressure is 30.2” of Hg. He records this information onthe direct-fire application and waits for further instructions.2)Knowing that another mortar team is operating in the area and usinggreen smoke, the forward observer (FO) chooses red smoke. He spotsan enemy anti-aircraft gun in a residential neighborhood at -160°off magnetic north. It is too far away to read the street signs buthe knows that the large intersection nearby is Main and Broadway.From his perspective, the intersection is 280 m past the target and150 m left of it. He sends this data and the following textmessage: af int main bw wr red3) The gunner uses a ruler on astreet map to determine that this intersection is 2750 m away.Because the map is oriented towards true north he must considerdeclination to determine that his compass reading off magneticnorth is 37° when facing the intersection. Because he is facing 37°off the 5% slope, the grade is 5% × cos(37°) = 4% towards theintersection. When facing in this direction, there is a 7 m/s windfrom the 2 o’clock direction. The gunner inputs this data into thedirect-fire software and, after several trials, finds that a 65.4°angle of elevation and 46.9 mils right windage would hit theintersection. 4) The gunner does not fire at the intersection.Hitting “calculate” on the direct-fire application automaticallytransfers the data to the indirect-fire application. He just adds37° to the windage correction of 2.6° that was transferred from thedirect-fire application. The input data is then what it would be ifthe gunner had fired and hit the intersection. He pastes in theFO’s encrypted message, hits “calculate” and the application tellshim to adjust his angle of elevation 50.9 mils down and his azimuthangle 81.0 mils left. His angle of elevation and compass headingare automatically updated so the gunner will not have to re-enterthe corrected data. He makes these adjustments and fires a redsmoke grenade. 5) The FO observes red smoke 22 m past the targetand 13 m to its right. The anti-aircraft gun crew has also seen thesmoke and is frantically packing up their gun to move out. The FOinputs this correction data (-160°, 22 m long and 13 m right) andthe following text message: ffe prev sq ap 6) The gunner pastes inthe FO’s message, hits “calculate” and is advised to adjust hisangle of elevation 4.9 mils down and his azimuth angle 1.8 milsright. He makes these adjustments and fires anti-personnel shellsset to detonate in 39.2 s as fast as he can. 7) The FO sends thefollowing text message: eom target destroyed

Mil-Dot One-Step 1.5 APK

A sniper inputs his rifle's caliber, whether it is sighted in at100, 300 or 1000 yards and whether the clicks on his scope are oneeighth, one quarter or one half MOA.Then, in the field, the snipermeasures how many mils an object of known height subtends. He orshe enters the object’s height in inches, the angle it subtends inmils and the cross wind in mph.The Mil-Dot One-Step returns theelevation and windage adjustment in MOA, rounded off to thefineness of the scope's adjustment dials.The first screen shotshows the Mil-dot One-Step being set up for a .260 Remington with a300-yard zero and a scope with quarter MOA clicks.The second screenshot shows the sniper inputting 76 inches, four mils angle and 10mph wind. This data corresponds to a BTR-80, which is 76” from theground to the top of the hull. The Mil-Dot One-Step reports thatholdover is 6.75 MOA and windage is 3.25 MOA.The third screen shotshows the sniper inputting 116 inches, five mils angle and 15 mphwind. This data corresponds to a BM-30 truck (used by the Russiansto transport the Smerch multiple rocket launcher or the SCUDmissile), which is 116” from the ground to the top of the driver’scompartment. The Mil-Dot One-Step reports that holdover is 10.75MOA and windage is 6.00 MOA.The fourth screen shot shows theMil-dot One-Step being set up for a .338 Lapua with a 1000-yardzero and a scope with half MOA clicks.The fifth screen shot showsthe sniper inputting 116 inches, 1.5 mils angle and 5 mph wind.This data corresponds to BM-30 truck (used by the Russians totransport the Smerch multiple rocket launcher or the SCUD missile),which is 116” from the ground to the top of the driver’scompartment. The Mil-Dot One-Step reports that holdover is 80 MOAand windage is 7 MOA.

Міл-Дот Один-Крокпо 1.4 APK

Снайпер вводить калібр своєї гвинтівки, обнулена вона на 100, 300чи 1000 ярдів і обирає поділки свого приціла - одна восьма, чвертьабо пів-КХ.Потім, в полі, снайпер вимірює, скільки тисячних займаєоб'єкт відомої висоти. Він або вона вводить висоту об'єкта вдюймах, видимий розмір в тисячних і боковий вітер вмилях/год.Міл-Дот Один-Крокпо вертає перевищення і поправку навітер в КХ, округлені до цілих поділок налаштування прицілу.Першезображення показує Міл-Дот Один-Крок, налаштований на 0,260Remington з нулем на 300 ярдах і приціл з поділками в чвертьКХ.Друге зображення показує, як снайпер вводить 76 дюймів, чотиритисячних і 10 миль/год вітру. Ці дані відповідають БТР-80, який маєвисоту 76" від землі до верхньої частини корпусу. Mil-Dot One-Stepвідповідає, що перевищення складає 6,75 КХ, поправка на вітер -3,25 КХ.Третій знімок екрану показує, як снайпер вводить 116дюймів, п'ять тисячних і 15 миль/год вітру. Ці дані відповідаютьвантажівці BM-30 (використовується росіянами для транспортуванняреактивної системи залпового вогню Смерч і ракети СКАД), яка має116"від землі до верхньої частини кабіни водія. Міл-Дот Один-Кроквидає перевищення 10,75 КХ і поправку на вітер 6,00 КХ.Четвертийзнімок екрану показує Міл-Дот Один-Крок, налаштований на .338 Lapuaз нулем на 1000 ярдів і приціл з поділками у пів-КХ.П'ятий знімокекрану показує, як снайпер вводить 116 дюймів, 1,5 тисячних і 5миль/год вітру. Ці дані відповідають вантажівці BM-30(використовується росіянами для транспортування реактивної системизалпового вогню Смерч і ракети СКАД), яка має 116"від землі доверхньої частини кабіни водія Міл-Дот Один-Крок повідомляє, щоперевищення становить 80 КХ, а поправка на вітер складає 7КХ.Sniper enter kalіbr svoєї gvintіvki, zeroed Won 100 300 1000yardіv chi i obiraє podіlki svogo pritsіla - one eighth, chvert pіvabo-CH.Potіm in polі sniper vimіryuє, skіlki tisyachnih zaymaєob'єkt vіdomoї Lift. Vіn abo Won enter Lift ob'єkta inches,apparently in rozmіr tisyachnih i lateral Viter Miles / year.MіlDot One-Krokpo vertaє perevischennya i amendment to Viter in BCHokruglenі to tsіlih podіlok nalashtuvannya pritsіlu.The imagespershe pokazuє Mіl Dot One-Kroc nalashtovany to 0,260 Remington szero to 300 yards i pritsіl s podіlkami in chvert KH.The imagespokazuє other yak sniper enter dyuymіv 76, Vier tisyachnih i 10miles / year vіtru. Tsі danі vіdpovіdayut BTR-80, yaky Got Lift 76"od zemlі to verhnoї Chastain body. Mil-Dot One-Step vіdpovіdaєscho perevischennya skladaє 6.75 BCH correction Viter - 3.25CH.Tretіy znіmok ekranu pokazuє yak sniper enter 116 dyuymіv, p'yattisyachnih i 15 miles / year vіtru. Tsі danі vіdpovіdayutvantazhіvtsі BM-30 (vikoristovuєtsya rosіyanami fortransportuvannya reaktivnoї Vaughn Smerch multiple rocket launchersi Scud missiles), yak Got 116 "od zemlі to verhnoї Chastain kabіnivodіya. Mіl Dot One-Krok vidaє perevischennya 10.75 KX i amendmentto Viter 6.00 CH.Chetvertyy znіmok ekranu pokazuє Mіl Dot One-Krocnalashtovany on .338 Lapua s zero by 1000 yardіv pritsіl i s ypodіlkami pіv-CH.P'yaty znіmok ekranu pokazuє yak sniper enter 116dyuymіv 1.5 tisyachnih i 5 miles / year vіtru. Tsі danіvіdpovіdayut vantazhіvtsі BM-30 (vikoristovuєtsya rosіyanami fortransportuvannya reaktivnoї Vaughn Smerch multiple rocket launchersi Scud missiles), yak Got 116 "od zemlі to verhnoї Chastain kabіnivodіya Mіl Dot One-Krok povіdomlyaє scho perevischennya becoming KX80, and the correction for Viter skladaє 7 CH.

Forward Observer 1.0 APK

An encryption program, it uses the 128-bit AES algorithm to encrypta forward observer’s observations in preparation for texting amortar gunner who is using my Fire Control application. Thefollowing example is depicted in the accompanying screen shots.Note that you must purchase both the Forward Observer and the FireControl applications and screenshots from both are pictured here.1)The gunner is using shells with an initial speed of 360 m/s thatare ballistically equivalent to 100 mm solid steel balls. He is ina trench with his muzzle 5 m below ground and on a 5% hill climbingnorthward. The altitude is 350 m, the temperature is 15° C and theair pressure is 30.2” of Hg. He records this information on thedirect-fire application and waits for further instructions.2)Knowing that another mortar team is operating in the area and usinggreen smoke, the forward observer (FO) chooses red smoke. He spotsan enemy anti-aircraft gun in a residential neighborhood at -160°off magnetic north. It is too far away to read the street signs buthe knows that the large intersection nearby is Main and Broadway.From his perspective, the intersection is 280 m past the target and150 m left of it. He sends this data and the following textmessage: af int main bw wr red3) The gunner uses a ruler on astreet map to determine that this intersection is 2750 m away.Because the map is oriented towards true north he must considerdeclination to determine that his compass reading off magneticnorth is 37° when facing the intersection. Because he is facing 37°off the 5% slope, the grade is 5% × cos(37°) = 4% towards theintersection. When facing in this direction, there is a 7 m/s windfrom the 2 o’clock direction. The gunner inputs this data into thedirect-fire software and, after several trials, finds that a 65.4°angle of elevation and 46.9 mils right windage would hit theintersection. 4) The gunner does not fire at the intersection.Hitting “calculate” on the direct-fire application automaticallytransfers the data to the indirect-fire application. He just adds37° to the windage correction of 2.6° that was transferred from thedirect-fire application. The input data is then what it would be ifthe gunner had fired and hit the intersection. He pastes in theFO’s encrypted message, hits “calculate” and the application tellshim to adjust his angle of elevation 50.9 mils down and his azimuthangle 81.0 mils left. His angle of elevation and compass headingare automatically updated so the gunner will not have to re-enterthe corrected data. He makes these adjustments and fires a redsmoke grenade. 5) The FO observes red smoke 22 m past the targetand 13 m to its right. The anti-aircraft gun crew has also seen thesmoke and is frantically packing up their gun to move out. The FOinputs this correction data (-160°, 22 m long and 13 m right) andthe following text message: ffe prev sq ap 6) The gunner pastes inthe FO’s message, hits “calculate” and is advised to adjust hisangle of elevation 4.9 mils down and his azimuth angle 1.8 milsright. He makes these adjustments and fires anti-personnel shellsset to detonate in 39.2 s as fast as he can. 7) The FO sends thefollowing text message: eom target destroyed

Mil-Dot Un-Paso 1.3 APK

A sniper inputs his rifle's caliber, whether it is sighted in at100, 300 or 1000 yards and whether the clicks on his scope are oneeighth, one quarter or one half MOA.Then, in the field, the snipermeasures how many mils an object of known height subtends. He orshe enters the object’s height in inches, the angle it subtends inmils and the cross wind in mph.The Mil-Dot One-Step returns theelevation and windage adjustment in MOA, rounded off to thefineness of the scope's adjustment dials.The first screen shotshows the Mil-dot One-Step being set up for a .260 Remington with a300-yard zero and a scope with quarter MOA clicks.The second screenshot shows the sniper inputting 76 inches, four mils angle and 10mph wind. This data corresponds to a BTR-80, which is 76” from theground to the top of the hull. The Mil-Dot One-Step reports thatholdover is 6.75 MOA and windage is 3.25 MOA.The third screen shotshows the sniper inputting 116 inches, five mils angle and 15 mphwind. This data corresponds to a BM-30 truck (used by the Russiansto transport the Smerch multiple rocket launcher or the SCUDmissile), which is 116” from the ground to the top of the driver’scompartment. The Mil-Dot One-Step reports that holdover is 10.75MOA and windage is 6.00 MOA.The fourth screen shot shows theMil-dot One-Step being set up for a .338 Lapua with a 1000-yardzero and a scope with half MOA clicks.The fifth screen shot showsthe sniper inputting 116 inches, 1.5 mils angle and 5 mph wind.This data corresponds to BM-30 truck (used by the Russians totransport the Smerch multiple rocket launcher or the SCUD missile),which is 116” from the ground to the top of the driver’scompartment. The Mil-Dot One-Step reports that holdover is 80 MOAand windage is 7 MOA.A sniper rifle's caliber his inputs, Whetherit is sighted in at 100, 300 or 1000 yards and Whether the clickson his scope are one eighth, one quarter or one half MOA.Then, inthe field, the sniper Measures how many mils an object of heightKnown subtends. I or she Enters the object's height in inches, theangle it subtends in mils and the cross wind in mph.The Mil-DotOne-Step returns the elevation and windage adjustment in MOA,rounded off to the fineness of the scope's adjustment dials.Thefirst screen shot shows the Mil-dot One-Step being set-up for a.260 Remington with a 300-yard zero and a quarter scope with MOAclicks.The second screen shot shows the sniper inputting 76 inches,four mils and 10 mph wind angle. This data Corresponds to a BTR-80,que is 76 "from the ground to the top of the hull. The Mil-DotOne-Step reports holdover That is 6.75 MOA and 3.25 MOA windageis.The third screen shot shows the sniper inputting 116 inches,five mils and 15 mph wind angle. This data Corresponds to a BM-30truck (used by the Russians to transport the Smerch multiple rocketlauncher or the SCUD missile), que is 116 "from the ground to thetop of the driver's compartment. The Mil-Dot One-Step reportsholdover That is 10.75 MOA and 6.00 MOA windage is.The fourthscreen shot shows the Mil-dot One-Step being set-up for a .338Lapua with a 1000-yard zero and a scope with half MOA clicks.Thefifth screen shot shows the sniper inputting 116 inches, 1.5 and 5mph wind angle mils. This data Corresponds to BM-30 truck (used bythe Russians to transport the Smerch multiple rocket launcher orthe SCUD missile), que is 116 "from the ground to the top of thedriver's compartment. The Mil-Dot One-Step reports holdover That is80 MOA and MOA windage is 7.

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