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Old 09-06-2018, 09:05 AM   #241
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I am not a real pilot, and I certainly have never merged with a MiG-15 at .9 mach, but Frederick Blesse did, and he says: "One glance away is enough to make you kick yourself for 10 years." (NGNG) I feel that this is well-represented in the server at current and that the label-mod would tip the scales too far in the other direction.
Well said!
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Old 09-06-2018, 10:24 AM   #242
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@metzger, I fly gliders and I can spot other gliders at 7-8 km, ok maybe not 10. When zoomed in, DCS is perfect in this regard, I just don't like losing all my peripheral vision that normally makes up for the lack of many other sensory inputs.
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Old 09-06-2018, 12:50 PM   #243
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Edit: wah wah I cry.
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Old 09-06-2018, 01:05 PM   #244
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No lables please. That would kill the immersion and we'd stop flying.
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Old 09-08-2018, 08:35 PM   #245
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I say no labels either.
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Old 09-08-2018, 08:52 PM   #246
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F-86 Sabre/MiG-15bis Fagot pilots,

For those of you who have yet to plug into SeaQuark's Korea! 1952 multi-squadron coop missions held each Saturday at 2300 hrs, you're not only missing one of the best servers available to DCS flyers but also an excellent opportunity to immerse your team into a very realistic simulation of air combat during the Korean War.

Our weekly mission objectives are aligned with the historical events of the Korean War, specifically those relating to Operation Strangle, the U.N. interdiction campaign employed during the stalemate of 1952. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operat...e_(Korean_War)

Squadron leads alternate mission planning responsibilities weekly. With two squadrons participating currently, that's one mission plan ever other week. More squadrons involved, the planning load drops accordingly. The lead squadron picks the mission objective, while the supporting squadron(s) provide the tactical support requested. Typical lead/support combinations are Strike/SEAD or CAP/Cover. Timings, locations, payload are coordinated before and confirmed during the pre-mission brief. In-flight coordination is then maintained via SRS.

Each group generates it's own mission orders, flight plans if desired and even target recon photos tailored to the preferences of that squadron. The lead squadron then issues specific instructions to the support squadrons advising them of the mission objective, timings and support effects requested. At other times, the lead squadron may forego advanced planning and opt instead for a mission from BOSTON or ARCHER control and then request tactical support from the other participating flights at the end of the mission brief.

Your team will face a variety of tasks each week that will challenge your mastery of the aircraft you fly, be it dive bombing a ground target with an F-86 or intercepting incoming Sabres over the objective area in your MiG15. With additional squadron/flight participation, both sides can plan their objectives and use their specific tactics within the immersive environment created by SeaQuark. If you would like to see your mission plan ideas executed by five or six full Sabre flights, then get in touch with SeaQuark and he'll help you and your mates get started. Our mission packages will only get better with time as we improve our individual and multi-squadron skills.

We just flew our 11th mission and plans are underway for many more. Below is a sample of the orders generated by 77 Sqn (F) for our 8th mission. Each squadron has their own approach and here's an opportunity for your group of four or more fliers to get creative and enjoy multi-squadron operations.
What time zone is "coop missions held each Saturday at 2300 hrs" ?
I would love to join in. Usually when I log on to this server I am the only one there (PST Nights). Saturday could work though.

Edit: NM, found it in Discord. Zulu = 4pm PST. Hopefully I can make it
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Old 09-09-2018, 09:47 PM   #247
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Hi Kayos,

We've adjusted our start time on Saturdays to 2400 hrs Zulu. Since you have a seven hour difference between Vancouver and UTC (Zulu time), your start time would be 5 PM local on Saturday afternoon.

We normally spawn into the server fifteen minutes early to complete our load-outs and comms checks and will then go over the mission brief before pushing off by 5:15 PM your time (or 0015 Zulu). You can check in on SRS comms CH 05 for general chat, or you're welcome to switch to CH 07 which we use as our Sqn channel. We normally fly two Sabre flights (6 to 8 planes) and fly two sorties usually in combination of CAP or Escort followed by a strike or CAS mission. You're more than welcome to introduce yourself and join into a flight or you can access the mission plans via the Virtual 401/450 Squadron forum at http://401squadron.canadaboard.net/

39th VFS also fly a multi-squadron event 1800 hrs Zulu to facilitate time for the Euro community so you can pick whichever time best suits your schedule. Either way you're more than welcome.

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Old 09-19-2018, 06:04 PM   #248
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Hi
I have DCS steam edition and I coudn't find server last weekend. I have public beta version on steam. The server runs on beta version? or shoud I turn beta version off.
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Old 09-19-2018, 06:55 PM   #249
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I have DCS steam edition and I coudn't find server last weekend. I have public beta version on steam. The server runs on beta version? or shoud I turn beta version off.
I recommend you and anyone else who uses Steam or the like to stay away from it. You will always be some stages trailing behind those with the release version of almost every game out there.
I had Steam for a year. Troublesome is the word to describe it.
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Old 09-25-2018, 10:04 PM   #250
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Hi
I recorded video from flight last sundey on Korea server where I was fighting with dosens of Sabres :-)


https://youtu.be/rSrzIdlfZ0s


I was damaged by Alpha. But he didn't survive ours dogfight.
Then I was dogfighting with DIB71, hoptrol,
You can see also how Gui_Santos shoting to his team mate hoptrol:-)
Then I shot down friedshrooms.
At the end od the fight o had lass than 100kg fuel.

It was graet fun.



Thanks for helping Alpenwolf
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