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In 2.5.6 the KC-135 units could be changed to a VHF AM freq, example 131.00, to get around the issue of the A-10 only having a single UHF radio. This is no longer possible in 2.7, meaning that it is impossible for Human A-10 pilots to communicate with the tanker and AI wingmen simultaneously.

 

 

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While waiting for this to be resolved, you can give human controlled flights an F10 radio command to switch frequencies (Advanced Waypoint Actions > Command). So for example when going to refuel, the player can command the flight to switch to same frequency as the tanker so that simultaneous communication is possible.

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10 hours ago, Exorcet said:

While waiting for this to be resolved, you can give human controlled flights an F10 radio command to switch frequencies (Advanced Waypoint Actions > Command). So for example when going to refuel, the player can command the flight to switch to same frequency as the tanker so that simultaneous communication is possible.

 

I see the command to switch frequencies at a waypoint, but I don't see an option to make that an F10 radio menu item. How do I set that?

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The F10 radio option is a trigger, you need to set it up in the trigger menu. It will activate a flag, and then you use that flag to control the switch frequencies command. Remember to add a second F10 option to switch back to your original frequency when done tanking.

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