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Hi guys,

 

since the UH-1H module is nearing beta release, I am sharing some of my (unofficial) checklists/guides I created and used for testing. Some of you liked the style of my A-10C checklists, so maybe these documents are also useful to you.

 

Please note that I am not a real life pilot and have no experience regarding the real aircraft. I have gained all my knowledge only by reading manuals and technical documents and listening to discussions with experts. So I may have it all wrong ;)

 

Credits go to Krebs20, HuggyBear, Furia, Vibora, PilotMi8 and others who helped me a lot understanding the UH-1H.

 

The documents are not always 100% finished and will probably contain errors. Let me know if you find any, so I can correct them and provide updates.

 

 

Here is my "startup checklist" which is more a small "study guide" with a lot of additional information than a simple checklist. I will share more of my documents in the future, for example "Autorotation" and "Shutdown".

 

 

Please leave feedback!

 

 

Thank you and happy flying,

derelor

DCS UH-1H Self-Study Guide v0.5 - Startup.pdf

DCS UH-1H Self-Study Guide v0.5 - Autorotation.pdf


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Thanks

 

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Thanks mate, much appreciated.

 

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Thanks again Derelor

 

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Cheers for the checklist's, they will come in very handy.

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Very well done. Thank you Derelor

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Any tips on how you mapped the Warthog Hotas?

 

Funny facts about Huey:

 

1) Weapons release button is located exactly in place of Ka-50's trim button.

 

2) Trim button is located exactly in place of A-10C's weapons release button.

 

:doh:

 

Therefore, I predict there will be nowhere safe near me trying to fly this helo...

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Funny facts about Huey:

 

1) Weapons release button is located exactly in place of Ka-50's trim button.

 

2) Trim button is located exactly in place of A-10C's weapons release button.

 

:doh:

 

Therefore, I predict there will be nowhere safe near me trying to fly this helo...

 

 

:megalol:

 

What could possibly go wrong. ;)

 

Cowboy10uk

 

 

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Hi guys,

 

since the UH-1H module is nearing beta release, I am sharing some of my (unofficial) checklists/guides I created and used for testing. Some of you liked the style of my A-10C checklists, so maybe these documents are also useful to you.

 

Please note that I am not a real life pilot and have no experience regarding the real aircraft. I have gained all my knowledge only by reading manuals and technical documents and listening to discussions with experts. So I may have it all wrong ;)

 

Credits go to Krebs20, HuggyBear, Furia, Vibora, PilotMi8 and others who helped me a lot understanding the UH-1H.

 

The documents are not always 100% finished and will probably contain errors. Let me know if you find any, so I can correct them and provide updates.

 

 

Here is my "startup checklist" which is more a small "study guide" with a lot of additional information than a simple checklist. I will share more of my documents in the future, for example "Autorotation" and "Shutdown".

 

 

Please leave feedback!

 

 

Thank you and happy flying,

derelor

Thanks, nicelly done, I flown Huey for years in the south of France (I'm fench nobody's perfect) in forest fires, i'll get a better look at it and if I have a sugestion i'll let you know, but from what I've seen you'r pretty good my freind.

Thaks again

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