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  1. Ok- here try this link instead. Not sure why they're showing as corrupted https://mega.nz/folder/iw8ywRga#hbNSHslc8IVzEE395Is0hA
  2. F-14B Pilot Simplified Checklist.pdf F-14B Pilot Expanded Checklist.pdf
  3. here you go- unless you saw a different version or something. Spoilers_Flaps Tips.pdf Case I Landing Tips Victory 205 Rev 1.pdf
  4. While we're on the subject, could someone tell me what MCO stands for?
  5. I have tried numerous times to upload these files on the DCS user files site to no avail. Anyways, if anyone is interested, I posted a link below to my pilot checklists. The expanded checklist includes all the verbiage, notes, cautions, and warnings. The simplified checklist removes all of that. These are just pdf versions of both- no kneeboard (maybe later?). Taken straight from the NATOPS manual and any steps lined-out are not (yet?) implemented in DCS. This was just for personal use but figured there might be others out there who may benefit. - Interior Inspection - Pre-Start -
  6. Open Beta and my step-by-step is Jester assisted startup - when I activate DLC, thumbwheel moves the spoilers as they should. But the gauge and exterior view show no horizontal stab movement. I'll hop on in a few n run through it again but Jester's getting ejected if he fails me again. Thanks guys
  7. Yes, flaps are down and DLC is engaged. No horizontal tail movement even with thumbwheel actuation. I watched the Jabbers Jester-assisted startup video and it shows the stab movement with DLC activation.
  8. So I've had the F-14 for awhile now and I thought I would get a little more serious with it and do a complete Jester-assisted start today. When it came time to engage the DLC, I didn't get the horizontal tail shift. What am I missing? I followed all the steps up to this point and everything is up and running, but still no clue as to what's up. Thanks for any assistance.
  9. If interested, here's a link to pilot checklists- both the expanded and simplified. I took them from the NATOPS manual- Interior Inspection Prestart Engine Start Poststart Final Checker Ashore and CV Taxi Takeoff Challenge/Reply Ascent In-Flight Refueling Preland and Descent Landing Postlanding Enjoy, fellow flier ;) https://drive.google.com/open?id=1g9Bz1DRB77fltQc1JDYt1sizlv_yKzZy
  10. On Take-Off: Brakes: “CHECK OK, ACCUMULATOR PRESSURE UP” Fuel: “NORMAL FEED, AUTO TRANSFER, DUMP OFF, TRANSFER CHECKED, TOTAL _____, WINGS _____, AFT AND LEFT _____, FWD AND RIGHT _____, FEED TANKS FULL _____, BINGO SET _____." Canopy: “CLOSED, LOCKS ENGAGED, LIGHT OUT, SEAL INFLATED, HANDLE IN CLOSED POSITION” Seat: “SEAT ARMED TOP AND BOTTOM, PILOT/MCO IN WINDOW (indicated) STRAPPED IN SIX WAYS” Stab Aug: “ALL ON” Trim: “0, 0, 0” (field) “AS REQUIRED” (CV) Wings: “20º, AUTO, BOTH LIGHTS OUT” Flaps: AS REQUIRED Controls: “FREE, 33º AFT STICK, FULL SPOILER DEFLECTION
  11. I've searched but haven't seen anything and this thing is kinda bothering me so I am wondering if it's just a 'me' issue... Once you're in the plane starting it up, flying around, etc, wouldn't it make sense to NOT show the seatbelts/harnesses laying loosely across the seat? I don't feel 'strapped in'. Can we fix this and just remove the belts altogether? I hate to gripe about the most awesomest sim plane I have ever flown.
  12. Yup, crashing after page 2. Aside from that, this sim is a beast :)
  13. Yeah, unless you have TrackIR, it's a tad difficult. To see it better, you're going to have to move the cockpit camera RIGHT RCtrl + RShift + Num6
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