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Please DCS add more callsign in mission editor, the editor mission has only 6 options to choose.(Enfield, springfield, uzi, colt, dodge, ford, chevy, pontiac.)

you can use beer names. for example: Heineken, Budweiser, Miller ...

you can also use animals or insects or. for example: bear, fox, butterfly, cricket, ant ...

you can use city names. for example: NY 1-1, NY 2-1 or Dallas 1-1, Alabama ...

new aircraft are being added in the DCS world and I believe that the indicative options are running out.

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I agree with adding more callsigns, but some of those are too much of a mouthful and some are unsuited.

 

For example NY - you would have to say November Yankee, otherwise the risk of a misinterpretation is high.

 

I would prefer military style callsigns based on the phonetic alphabet.

 

Alpha

Brave

Charlie

 

etc. Gives you a huge range and no misunderstandings.

 

They can also be used for any nation, as it's the international phonetic alphabet - I don't think a Russian pilot in a MiG-29 wants to have an "Alabama" callsign!

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I agree with adding more callsigns, but some of those are too much of a mouthful and some are unsuited.

 

For example NY - you would have to say November Yankee, otherwise the risk of a misinterpretation is high.

 

I would prefer military style callsigns based on the phonetic alphabet.

 

Alpha

Brave

Charlie

 

etc. Gives you a huge range and no misunderstandings.

 

They can also be used for any nation, as it's the international phonetic alphabet - I don't think a Russian pilot in a MiG-29 wants to have an "Alabama" callsign!

 

I agree that the NATO phonetic alphabet should be added. As should colors (these are particularly important for WW2 US callsigns). Further, callsigns should be compoundable: IE, you should be able to have "Springfield Bravo Three", or "Zulu Red", or other variants. Also... why not add some actual squadron callsigns from real units?

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I agree with adding more callsigns, but some of those are too much of a mouthful and some are unsuited.

 

For example NY - you would have to say November Yankee, otherwise the risk of a misinterpretation is high.

 

I would prefer military style callsigns based on the phonetic alphabet.

 

Alpha

Brave

Charlie

 

etc. Gives you a huge range and no misunderstandings.

 

They can also be used for any nation, as it's the international phonetic alphabet - I don't think a Russian pilot in a MiG-29 wants to have an "Alabama" callsign!

 

I would prefer military style callsigns based on the phonetic alphabet.

 

Alpha

Brave

Charlie

 

phonetic alphabet is normally used only for coordinates.

 

They can also be used for any nation, as it's the international phonetic alphabet - I don't think a Russian pilot in a MiG-29 wants to have an "Alabama" callsign!

 

Russian planes do not have names in your callsign, only numbers. . :doh: :D

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