Report Missile Avoidance in Falcon 4.0 Posted December 21, 2012 What you have to keep in mind is the Minimum Abort Range. Which is the range at which you should place your tally on the back (Yes on your 6 o'clock), give full after burner and fly away. To use this technique, it is really important to be supersonic as soon as possible once you are 180 degrees away from your enemy. Meanwhile chaff as hell. This technique is useful for BVR missiles and at a distance of around 12 or 15 Nm from the enemy. Below that is becoming less effective. If you are in any case inside the envelope of Dynamic launch zone 2 you may not evade the missile even maneuvering kinematically. It is a matter of tactics, are you really sure you want to get closer to a Su-27 or Su-33 ? If the aircraft is superior, do not dare to play with him or do not play with fire. You may burn yourself!