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  1. Set PAGE knob (on CDU) to OTHER and press FSK [NAV] (underneath display on CDU) On the screen select TIME Nellis seems to be GMT -08:00:00, thus under []LCL ADJUST type 800 on the scratch pad and press the OSB next to []LCL ADJUST Press OSB next to []LCL ADJUST again to make the "+" a "-" This gives you local time on your clocks, but it seems the waypoints' DTOTs were placed in Z time (GMT) and thus will be inaccurate for Time steering. You can adjust each WPT individually by subtracting 8 hours What should normally fix this is to adjust the ROLEX: shown on the sa
  2. Line-up card should have all the info since it is what would have been discussed in the Briefing or some info regarded as standard info. It is as if you walkout out to the aircraft and conducted a cold start. You just "spawned" into the cockpit just prior to take-off. I suppose it is the prerogative of the campaign writers to shorten the mission time a bit. Taxiing at night has its dangers and this mission can become a bit long sometimes, so do regular fuel checks otherwise you may end up running out of fuel. TGP in the dark desert to lock up tanks for the MAVs: Talk to JTAC
  3. NACELLE LIGHTS The Nacelle lights are co-located with the White "Formation" light on the spine but faces aft in order to illuminate both the engine nacelles (essentially the intakes). I believe it is useful for boom operators during night in-flight refueling to know where the intakes are when they operate the refueling boom. These lights are on the same circuit as the refueling slipway receiver lights and controlled by the RCVR LT knob (situated on the panel to the front left of the throttle). With Pinkie Switch AFT, the nacelle lights seem to be at a fixed setting, but the receiver sl
  4. NACELLE LIGHTS The Nacelle lights are co-located with the White "Formation" light on the spine but faces aft in order to illuminate both the engine nacelles (essentially the intakes). I believe it is useful for boom operators during night in-flight refueling to know where the intakes are when they operate the refueling boom. These lights are on the same circuit as the refueling slipway receiver lights and controlled by the RCVR LT knob (situated on the panel to the front left of the throttle). With Pinkie Switch AFT, the nacelle lights seem to be at a fixed setting, but the receiver sl
  5. I noticed after the patch the fuel pumps are already switched on after spawning. Seems aircraft has been tweaked a bit, must wait for engine 1 to complete start cycle (light out on warning panel), otherwise No 2 will only reach 40% or so and gets stuck.
  6. Kneeboard in Aircraft does not have CH 10 Marshall listed, but it is present in the PDF file in the campaign folder
  7. Also noticed deck crew do not have shadows cast on the deck. Could be a setting I've missed as well. Still, awesome concept with the Supercarrier, thanks a lot.
  8. I found that sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't causing me much frustration. This worked for me: as soon as it does not want to engage and I am sure my parameters are in limits, press Autopilot Master in the category "Pilot Stick" (not the one "Master On/Off" on the console next to the autopilot pitch, roll, and yaw switches, but the one on the stick). Works like a charm after that. Worth a try.
  9. I found that sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't causing me much frustration. This worked for me: as soon as it does not want to engage and I am sure my parameters are in limits, press Autopilot Master in the category "Pilot Stick" (not the one "Master On/Off" on the console next to the autopilot pitch, roll, and yaw switches, but the one on the stick). Works like a charm after that. Worth a try.
  10. I found that pressing the button AUTOPILOT MASTER under category "pilot stick" once, it tends to activate the AH. Worth trying because this thing has caused me liters of headaches. And of course your autopilot master, pitch, roll and yaw switches must be switched on for AH to work.
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