This should be interesting. The pic included in the original post is a good example of just how complicated this can get real quick-like. Look at the view on the right of the fuselage. Now, calculate how much 1 bullet would be affected by hitting the first member. Then what direction would it go, given it's initial trajectory. Then do that again for the second member, and so on. Keep in mind that the last plate is likely a different material (armor) and thickness. Make sure you calculate in the speed of the aircraft that fired the bullet, the speed and direction of the body it's hitting, and so on. Now add in more bullets, based on the firing rate. Hmmmmm... Now, calculate how the plane that was hit will perform afterwards, and keep that result until the plane lands or crashes. Now multiply that times the number of planes in the air at the time.
The mind boggles. It gets VERRRY complicated, very quickly.
Gotta get me a new 'puter.....

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