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39th_Bloke

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  1. Sometimes the boldest attack goes furthest, even if it's a little high on the casualties :smilewink: I have a few people count up after the fact, checking this against replays and such sometimes, they've yet to have any discrepancy but I like to be sure.
  2. 'Red Star Revenge' Mission Results May 9th: The Communist air raid inflicted a heavy toll on UN aircraft and support vehicles, destroying 7 out of the required 8, making today a very narrow victory for the UN forces. May 10th: A smaller skirmish today saw unexpected results, four valiant MiGs inflicted 9 of the required 8 losses making them today's victors! Though many were destroyed themselves, their bravery will long be remembered in the annals of Soviet aviation! That once again leaves our sides with one victory each! 'MiG Alley Missions' Roundup Thank you very much to ever
  3. Today's mission sees the Communist forces conduct an air rade on a forward UN airbase close to the front lines. Their aim is to destroy enough aircraft and support vehicles stationed at this airbase to render it inoperable. Sabre combat air patrols fly regular missions in this area, interception of this strike is to be expected. Rules: If you are shot down you may take off again, joining part way through is also allowed. The above times are the time when the server will open, you may not take off until the scramble order is given after 15 minutes later, use this time to ensure all your
  4. 'Bombs Over MiG Alley' Mission Results May 2nd: In a mass air battle the Sabres managed to just pull ahead, allowing 13 of their bombers to drop their payloads, making the UN forces our winners for today. May 3rd: Well organized MiGs took a heavy toll on the USAF bomber forces, allowing only 5 through to drop their bombs, making the Communists today's winners. This leaves both sides with two victories each, thank you all for taking part!
  5. The person working on our new mission is very talented, but doesn't have much time to commit to it. Progress may be slow, but it is being made. Love the video! :thumbup:
  6. Apologies, allow me to reword that section. What it was meant to convey is that the the mission is scored purely on how many bombers manage to release their payload. MiGs are perfectly welcome to chase down wounded or fleeing bombers, I just wanted to make it clear that this will not add to their team's score.
  7. Today's mission sees a force of USAF bombers conduct a raid on the industrial district of a key city deep behind enemy lines. MiGs are on alert and interception is highly likely. Rules: If you are shot down you may take off again, joining part way through is also allowed. The timeable below indicates when the server will open, you may not take off until the scramble order is given after 15 minutes later, use this time to ensure all your hardware and settings are functioning. MiGs may only engage bombers after they have arrived over dry land, use the time before this to set up a strong
  8. Apologies, a mistake was made on the dates for the second two missions, I have updated the main post with the correct dates, but for clarity here they are as well: 'Bombs Over MiG Alley' USAF bombers strike deep into enemy territory, intent on releasing their payload on crucial targets behind the lines, score is based on how many bombers succesfully strike the target. May 2: 22:00 UTC May 3: 16:00 UTC 'Red Star Revenge' Set to keep the Sabres at bay, the MiGs launch an all out attack on a forward UN airbase, score is based on aircraft and fuel stores destroyed. May 9: 22:00 UTC M
  9. 'Sabre Strike' Mission Results April 25th: In their valiant attack our brave Sabres were able to destroy only 6 of the communist force's fuel silos, meaning that the MiGs are our victors for today, well done! I'll revise the goal number down a little for tomorrow's mission, 25 may have been a bit ambitious. I will also be implementing a simulated or real GCI position to enable the MiGs to better make their intercepts. Thank you to everyone who took part! April 26th: In their second attack of the week the Sabres were much more succesful, destroying 12 fuel silos in their strike, maki
  10. As Shadow says, all events are for both Sabres and MiGs, as well as some of the WW2 props. I probably should have made that more obvious in the post, apologies!
  11. Korea! 1952 was the first server I ever joined actually, though that was quite some time ago now. Let me know if you need any help!
  12. Today's mission is a strike on a well defended North Korean port facility deep into communist held territory. The aim of this attack is to destroy the port's fuel storage facilities and starve the enemy of vital strategic resources. MiGs regularly fly patrols in this area and air combat over the objective or interception of the strike is to be expected. Rules: If you are shot down you may take off again, joining part way through is also allowed. The below times are the time when the server will open, you may not take off until the scramble order is given after 15 minutes later, use this
  13. For those of you interested in flying some larger scale missions on the server, place check out the event thread for our new project! https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?p=4299752
  14. It pleases me to announce Korea! 1952: MiG Alley Missions, a series of multiplayer PvP events on the Korea! 1952 server. These will all take place within the DCS Free For All month, so if you've ever wanted to fly the Sabre or MiG in some large scale multiplayer action now is your chance! Things To Know: The server will be taken offline from its regular 24/7 rotation 30 minutes before each event begins. Use of SRS is encouraged. These events will require the WW2 Assets Pack (which is currently free!), however our normal 24/7 mission rotation will remain without it. Double c
  15. What country in the game does Hello Kitty represent? :lol:
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