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Yes, sorry we've filled out quota for now.

 

We only take a few new recruits so we can focus on getting them trained and up to speed.

 

Will post when taking new pilots again.

 

Just curious as to the big splash of promoting your wing when not recruiting?

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11 TACTICAL STRIKE GROUP (11 TSG)

 

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11 Tactical Strike Group



Our mission statement:



“Maximize fun and flight time for all members while ensuring

that all members of community contribute equally to organize,

make and execute DCS multiplayer events.”

 

Who are we?

  • A Group of friends, that have met through DCS and are dedicated to organizing DCS multiplayer campaigns and having fun

 

  • Seasoned members of DCS community

 

  • Mission makers and active content creators

 

  • EU centered

 

Who are we looking for?

 



  • Candidates that are looking to contribute to the Group they join, as we offer certainty that others within our Group will pull their weight



 

  • Mission makers, DIY, proactive candidates who can add real value to our community



 

  • Candidates who are capable of taking responsibility of their own learning progression (We do SQN trainings as well, ofc)



 

  • You can speak English and can fly during our time slots (Saturdays 19:30Z (20:30Z during wintertime) - That's 21:30CET)



 

For additional information; check the link below!



 

 

RECRUITMENT INFO AND APPLICATION

 

 


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Just curious as to the big splash of promoting your wing when not recruiting?

 

I thought we were, but the admins do not want to open it up until the current members are trained; which seems to be taking forever for me. I am a very active vpilot flying multiple flights a day and I'd like to see the membership grow so there are people to fly with, but its not my decision.

 

I've been looking at other wings as well, so I can fly more but haven't found any yet that seem to be a fit for me. I'm not into the rank structure and crap like that. I like realism balanced with the fact it is a sim, which the CVW1 has done well. They are just not active enough for me right now, but hopefully soon. :thumbup:

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The Salty Dogs

 

The Salty Dogs are looking for UK and EU members who are interested in flying the F18 and when it is released the F14. We are looking for mature members for good humoured banter and fun while trying to do carrier operations without sucking too badly.

 

I am a veteran myself and can offer LSO and GCI support to operations and have gone through other squadrons training to gain my carrier qualifications.

 

Liveries are TBC at the moment as I believe that all should have a say in what we fly in.

 

Our discord is https://discord.gg/yvq7nW if interested

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Any UK / EU squads taking A-10C pilots? I fly other aircraft but I'm concentrating on this for now. FA/18 will come in late when they have finished tweeking it.

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Casual Flyers are freshly formed group with light attack airplanes in mind.

 

We are loosely based group and we don't mind if you are member of other squadrons as well. Feel free to hop in on out discord channel and fly with us.

 

We are sharing game in multiplayer, no dedicated server for now (due to well known reasons).

 

Rules are rather simple and in short, you are welcome unless you are troublemaker. :)

 

 

We Fly L-39, Hawk and C-101 mainly but our games also offer flying for all helicopters out there. Missions are adjusted to fit light attack plane abilities.

 

 

Anyway, if you are fond of light attack planes and you don't have place to use it, come to us and fly.

 

 

Casual Flyers

 

 

 

 

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Joint Operations Wing - Now Recruiting!

 

JOINT OPERATIONS WING

 

Who we are: Founded in 2017, the Joint Operations Wing (JOW) is a multinational coalition of squadrons representing the Royal Canadian Air Force, the United States Navy, and soon the Royal Air Force. We currently have seven active squadrons throughout the coalition of air forces that operate their squadron's real-world assigned aircraft with the purpose of simulating their flight operations.

 

What we do: The JOW conducts realistic but casual flight operations throughout the year in various phases. The dynamic flight schedule includes squadron level flight training in our training server, wing wide training exercises, and most importantly wing wide combat operations. Our training server provides squadrons an environment to conduct necessary training whether it be air-to-air refueling, honing in weapon skills on our weapons range, and many more available options. Our exercises mirror those of NATO war games, which helps provide the wing with prior training as a coalition of squadrons before deploying to combat. And finally, our wing wide combat operations put all our squadrons to the ultimate test by placing them together in a combat environment with various missions and tasks to achieve as a cohesive combat element.

 

Our culture: While the JOW practices realistic flight ops, the group also prides themselves on keeping it a casual flight simming experience. Within our group you'll find many wingmen that are always looking to conduct sorties with others and open to helping each other improve, a culture that we believe has been catalyzed by the amount of real world pilots and active duty military members. Unlike various other groups that like to conduct realistic military flight ops, we do not have assigned ranks and prefer to leave that kind of culture to the actual military, due to the belief that there's no need for that kind of friction in this kind of hobby.

 

Who we want: We're looking for pilots no matter what level of skill they find themselves at that are willing to accept the challenge of becoming a combat ready wingman in one of our various squadrons and that are ready to prepare themselves for an immersive combat flying experience.

 

Our Squadrons:

 

(RCAF Wing)

409 TFS - CF-188 Hornet

425 TFS - CF-188 Hornet

431 ADS - CT-114 Tutor

434 TFS - CF-116 Freedom Fighter (F-5E)

441 TFS - CF-188 Hornet

 

(USN Wing)

VFA-146 - F/A-18C Hornet

VF-211- F-14A/B

VMA-513 - AV-8B Harrier

 

 

 

If interested in joining, be sure to join our discord server https://discord.gg/vV9Bpz9

 

 

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Well it's official CSG-1 will be standing up a new squadron VMA-131 in the A-4E to fly alongside our other squadrons:

VFA-25 Fist of the Fleet F/A-18C

VF-2 Bounty Hunters F-14B

VF-111 Sun Downers F-14B

VMFA-122 Crusaders F/A-18C

VMA-223 Bulldogs AV-8B

VMA-231 Ace Of Spades AV-8B

HMLA-167 Warriors UH-1

MACS-2 Eyes of the MAGTF Controller Group

 

Please drop into our discord if you have interest: https://discord.gg/SE9dvFd

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TAW DCS Division is looking for new pilots in all modern aircraft types

 

 

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Hello virtual air combat enthusiasts,

 

The Art of Warfare is a massive gaming community, comprising of many different gaming titles and thousands of active members. To get straight to the point, if you decide to be a member of TAW, we expect you to be active as well.

 

The TAW DCS DIVISION today, nearly has 100 active members from EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST, NORTH and SOUTH AMERICA.

Our setup is according to USMC ranks, where all members are expected to earn ranks and medals, by contributing to the community by helping out with training pilots, making missions and briefings, aircraft skins, website content, social media content and last but not least; the always very fun daily administrative tasks that are to be expected within an organized community.

We have 3 different Battalions, that differentiate by either geographical location, or type of game play.

 

These Battalions are as follows:

 

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- 52nd Battalion - Location: EUROPE and MIDDLE EAST - PvP style missions with all players combined and also with dedicated squadrons for international PvP Competitions, and an Aerobatics Team. They have a very Professional setup, but with having FUN and REALISM mixed in a way that can be easily combined with real life obligations.

 

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- 33rd Battalion - Location: NORTH and SOUTH AMERICA - PvP style missions with all players combined and also with dedicated squadrons for international PvP Competitions, and an Aerobatics Team. They have a very Professional setup, but with having FUN and REALISM mixed in a way that can be easily combined with real life obligations.

 

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- CVW-88 Battalion - Location EUROPE and MIDDLE EAST and soon USA - PvE/PvP style, Full Fidelity modules only, NAVAL Operations Oriented with 100% Hardcore Virtual Realism in their setup, procedures and missions. The requirements for joining this Battalion are a step higher than for the 52nd and 33rd Battalions, meaning you should already have experience in DCS and have a specific mindset, where the aim is to be as realistic as possible in all combat aviation topics.

 

We are always looking for more members to add to our big and active community, so our missions can be played with as many human players as possible, to create that awesome realistic and immersive feeling.

 

We are currently looking for new Fighter pilots, Striker pilots and Helicopter pilots.

We are also looking for members who love the strategic side of missions, so people who own Combined Arms (or are willing to buy it) so they can provide human JTAC, AWACS, ATC and control ground forces.

There are of course limitations in DCS for the amount of players that can be hosted on a single server, but we have multiple high end servers at our disposal to accommodate numerous clients.

 

If you join TAW DCS, as stated earlier, we expect from you to be an active member, who wants to help in any facet of a community, be friendly to all and treat every single person with respect and honor, but most of all; having fun doing realistic combat missions in the amazing and great Digital Combat Simulator software!

Oh and one thing: this is NOT a game!!

We expect you to attend your squadron’s weekly training sessions and our weekly larger mission events.

 

Communication is KEY TO SUCCESS in TAW, a simple email, TAW.net website message, or Slack message (the communication program we use, outside of TeamSpeak) goes a long way in mutual respect, if real life comes in the way of your community life!

 

So if after reading this, you are excited and motivated to join our TAW DCS Community, please go to the following website for more information and to sign up:

http://www.TAWDCS.org

This website is different from our main TAW website, which is http://www.TAW.net

 

We wish you all blue skies and hope to hear from you!


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Strike Fighter Squadron Four One (VFA-41)

 

We're a group of naval aviation / sim enthusiasts, currently flying the F/A-18C Hornet module, with support for any other naval aviation modules such as the F-14 Tomcat, and the AV-8B Harrier.

 

We currently have a 9 phase training program designed to get rookies and veterans alike of the F/A-18C up to speed on flying the aircraft in realistic carrier-based combat missions.

 

The squadron is limited to twelve (12) active pilots at any one time. We fly one guaranteed mission a week, scheduled approximately at 9PM EST, and generally fly whenever we're available.

 

NOTE: As of October 9, 2019, squadron roster is filled up. We are currently not accepting applications until a roster spot opens up again.

 

 

History:

The virtual Strike Fighter Squadron Four One was originally formed in 2006 to emulate the real VFA-41 Black Aces, a US Navy F/A-18 squadron, in order to provide structure and support for enthusiasts of Jane's F/A-18E Super Hornet flight simulator. The Black Aces flew nearly 1000 missions until eventually time and technology took their toll, making the sim no longer viable to support squadron carrier-based combat operations. VFA-41 was the last surviving active U.S. squadron in the Jane's F/A-18 multi-player arena.

 

If you're interested in a small group that likes to fly every week, you can find us at

 

http://www.vfa-41.com

 

and at our Discord channel, https://discord.gg/6hxRswB


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How we work:

CVW-1 is membership driven, we provide dedicated TeamSpeak and SRS (Simple Radio) Servers as well as at least one (1) dedicated mission server at this time. A 5 person administrative staff handles the background work to maintain the website, servers and other operational components required to keep our group running day to day. Each squadron will have a CO, XO team that will handle the squadron’s operation, however we don’t use rank to segregate or stipulate what active members can and cannot do. We encourage members to take active rolls within the group to provide quality additions when and where they can. We embrace a team concept, where no voice or ego out shadows another.

 

How we train:

CVW-1 has built a training program that brings together the experiences of real world military aviators, aircraft maintainers, and service members, and combines it with actual CNATRA and Fleet Squadron Training materials. Where the limitations of the simulation affect the ‘realism’ factor we adjust the training appropriately. Our training program provides the base for incoming pilots to build upon as they join the fleet, but not at the expense of the fun factor. We don’t accept that this hobby should feel like a job sometimes, and you shouldn’t either. Rest assured that all of our members have completed the training syllabus prior to reaching a fleet squadron. We don’t offer training waivers, nor do we require applicants to do anything every active member hasn’t already done. Ongoing training is key, and as new procedures or pipelines open up, members will have a chance to qualify via training.

 

How we fly:

We simulate Carrier aviation, which means 90% of our operations will begin and end on the ‘Boat’. As a member you should expect runways that move, and dark nights that require attention to detail, and an adherence to training. We also strive to simulate real world aerial environments and engagements. Not every flight will end with bombs dropped and missiles fired. We aim to simulate not just combat, but peacetime operations as well. We also realize this is a hobby, and try not to take ourselves too seriously. The ultimate goal is to provide a fun and professional environment where member’s time is well spent, and friendships are built and maintained.

 

Where we plan to go:

It is important to understand that currently Carrier Aviation in DCS is in its infancy. We have selected the DCS F/A-18 as our primary aircraft, but our ultimate goal is to embrace additional carrier aircraft as they become available. We currently require incoming members to own the Hornet module as a minimum, and this will be a standard requirement. All of our training will be conducted utilizing the F/A-18 module. We will continually evaluate were we stand, and how we operate within the DCS environment, and where we see opportunities to adapt new technologies we will. Currently we are testing for implementation of Carrier Air Traffic Control (CATCC) and LSO technologies to provide true to life carrier operations. Check back here periodically, to see what new testing we are doing.

We are open for recruiting now.

 

 


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I don't know if this is frowned upon, but I am in the process of building a squadron using the VFA-14 Tophatters name. I did a search for its use in this thread and didn't find any, so I believe it's free.

 

The website will be up in a few days. For those interested, we will be flying both the F-18 and F14 (They currently fly F18E and flew F14A/B before that) and very deep career tracking can be expected.

 

There are only so many squadrons and I don't want to step on toes by selecting one for representation that is already established. As I said, I did a search here and didn't find anything. Cheers, and Merry Christmas.


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I don't know if this is frowned upon, but I am in the process of building a squadron using the VFA-14 Tophatters name. I did a search for its use in this thread and didn't find any, so I believe it's free.

 

http://tophatters.club/

 

Site is under constraction so anounced only there

 

https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=205231

 

But you can try our selfmade skins there

 

https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/3302015/

 

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http://tophatters.club/

 

Site is under constraction so anounced only there

 

https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=205231

 

But you can try our selfmade skins there

 

https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/3302015/

 

S!

 

Ok, missed it. So that one is Russian speaking.

 

What are the community's unwritten rules on multiple squadrons of based off the same real squadron? As I said, there are only so many to pick from so there are going to be duplicates.

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Bah Humbug Pine Tar - sick of hearing a fuss over duplicating squadron names. Choose what you want & don't worry about it mate.

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http://www.vfa-14.com

 

Welcome to your new career. Welcome to the Virtual VFA-14 "Tophatters".

 

Remember this?

 

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If you're an older gamer like me, you'll remember back in the early 90s when flight sims were THE genre of choice for PC gamers. F-19, F-117A, F-15E, Gunship 2000. We spent hundreds of hours in them, and they all had one thing in common that 20+ years later still has not been reproduced. A real sense of having a career. Personally, it was one of the things I enjoyed most about these games, a feeling of real attachment to your progress.

 

It was with this feeling of nostalgia in mind that I set out to develop the VFA-14 Tophatters. Like those old Microprose games, members are provided with a sense of ownership over their career with a deep progression system, including dynamic uniforms that each officer in the squadron can watch develop over time as rank and ribbons are added. Full citations are included, logbooks, medal racks, secondary billets, etc. You're guaranteed to feel a real sense of accomplishment and pride as you watch your career develop.

 

You can see our example here.

 

More than just this career element that adds a lot of fun, we're also committed to realistically portraying naval aviation -- it's what we're all passionate about -- that's why the framework has been established to flesh out dedicated departments for training and mission/campaign creation, with incentives to promote creativity and community growth.

 

If you're interested, come check us out. We are very new, but excited to see what the future has in store.

 

Website: http://www.vfa-14.com

Discord: https://discord.gg/nDwK4ad

 

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Hi Pine Tar !

 

I do not find your action acceptable. Moreover it’s not nice from your side to ignore already announced squad. That disappoints and I see it even as disrespect not only to our squad but even to all members of this topic at least. Before choosing the name I have personally asked possible squadron mates of existing squads. So I would like to suggest you to change your squad name and emblem or join us (some can speak english not bad), otherwise I do not understand what are you doing at the place, where peolple respect an opinion of eachother.

 

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Hi Pine Tar !

 

I do not find your action acceptable. Moreover it’s not nice from your side to ignore already announced squad. That disappoints and I see it even as disrespect not only to our squad but even to all members of this topic at least. Before choosing the name I have personally asked possible squadron mates of existing squads. So I would like to suggest you to change your squad name and emblem or join us (some can speak english not bad), otherwise I do not understand what are you doing at the place, where peolple respect an opinion of eachother.

 

Adler Blau

 

I understand. I didn't want to step on toes, but as you defined your squad as Russian speaking, and ours is VFA-14 (not VF-14), along with the fact that people are taking whole carrier wings with multiple squadrons, the options become limited. There is some distinction in that you're VF and not VFA. I wasn't sure how active you were either since your website wasn't complete.

 

This is going to happen unless people start inventing fantasy squadrons.

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Bear in mind no one owns those names other than the respective nations. Anyone is free to make any squadrons they like. You guys should be happy that government is not like Disney and sue single person to death over using their names.

 

DCS is a growing game in few years all so called "free" squadrons will run out.

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Hi Pine Tar !

 

I do not find your action acceptable. Moreover it’s not nice from your side to ignore already announced squad. That disappoints and I see it even as disrespect not only to our squad but even to all members of this topic at least. Before choosing the name I have personally asked possible squadron mates of existing squads. So I would like to suggest you to change your squad name and emblem or join us (some can speak english not bad), otherwise I do not understand what are you doing at the place, where peolple respect an opinion of eachother.

 

Adler Blau

 

Grow up and someone clean the thread its pathetic, He can create whatever he wants.


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Hey everyone! If you're interested in flying the F/A-18C hornet I have stood up a new virtual squadron: VMFA-169 "Fightin' Puppers". We aim to fly together online in popular multiplayer servers while keeping the administrative overhead to a minimum!

 

Come check us out on our Discord if you're interested. In the pinned messages you will find our draft charter which you can read at your leisure.

 

 

 

https://discord.gg/U3wEqnj

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