You know the symbols under your plane name that show how many kills you got? Well if you get over around 400-500 kills on a plane they will start turning into Pac-Man symbols, like the ghosts and Pac-Man, NO JOKE
The V2 mission (mission 16) has a tough ask. The ideal plane would be anyone who has a good free fall bomb. Take the SU-37 terminator and fly low just above the water and below the four bridges. After the fourth bridge comes the damn. You will have to fly over the damn , get rid of the gun towers and the get to the base of the dam through the hatches over the dam i.e you will have to fly inside the damn slowly and then drop your FAEB over the V2 controllers. Remember to drop the bombs twice over each controler section.
This paint scheme was used in AC5 and AC4 for the same plane. There is the 013 number near the cockpit instead of the 032. And the paint scheme is from AC4 and if you remember, Yellow 13 used this paint scheme on his terminator.
In Mission 4C, your objective is to protect the Kestrel. Remember the Kestrel? Flagship of the 3rd Naval Fleet and the one that harbors you through missions 20-27 in AC5. Well it's 15 years younger and she is on her maiden voyage.
Remember in Ace Combat 5, Captain Bartlett (Heartbreak One) and Peter Beagle (Huckebein [ACZ], Pops [AC5])? In Mission 10: Mayhem, Beagle is fleeing from either: Schwarze, Schnee, or Silber. And, Bartlett is allied flying an F-14D.
I don't get this part. In AC5, Bartlett and Beagle are running away to Osea together. That part is true. But, I remember in AC5 that Bartlett and Beagle were running away from the 8492 or Grabacr. Weird...