So we RB folks have been bouncing around this conversation on TS for a while in which it would really help if everybody playing WT in NNG was on the same page with their units of measurement. So here is my totally honest and completely unbiased analysis of our options. Imperial (Feet/MPH) Constitutional amendment #42: America shall adopt the metric system over our collective dead bodies. Feet: Smaller units more precise in judging change of distance/altitude. Commonly used unit of measurement for altitude in flight. Can be truncated by “Angels” (1 per 1000 feet) and/or cherubs (1 per 100 feet). Altitude use only. Seriously, who the hell uses feet for distance beyond personal punching range? For reference, arcade lead indicator shows at ~2420 Feet from target. Miles: Used by people for which large numbers make their head hurt. Commonly used measurement for speed where larger numbers can confound performance limits. For reference, arcade lead indicator shows at .45 miles from target. Please, Please, Please, Don’t use miles for distance… Metric (kilometers) Wondering why the US and Britain seem to be behind the ball with the rest of the world in this regard? You can thank the 1700s and 1800s UK’s resistance of all things French. War Thunder’s default. Gun convergence set in meters. Standard unit of measurement for distance used by everybody who is not an American or British automobile manufacturer. Kilometer can be called “Klick” for shorthand which sounds undeniably badass. For reference, arcade lead indicator shows at .74 Kilometers from target. Temperature (Ferinheight /Celsius) The only people concerned about your heat are you, yourself, and your engine. Don’t let the red countdown timer hit 0:00 and you won’t blow up. Alright?