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vJaBoG32 Ground- and VAD-Charts V4.0.3


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vJaBoG32 is happy to announce an updated version of our winginternal Ground and VAD Charts available for download.

 

The changes comprise the merge of the formerly devided sets for groundcharts and VAD-charts into one document for easier use on tablet computers.

 

Furthermore did we distinguish between a chartset for the use with the DCS:World modules DCS:A-10C and DCS:UH-1 Huey, which are presented with what appears to be double the value for the magnetic variation in their indicated heading (which is an allready widely discussed matter) and a chartset for the use with all the other DCS:World modules.

 

On both chartsets you will notice a change in runway designators to reflect the designations presented in the simulation environment.

Beside this we also changed, where that was neccessary, the charted designations of certain taxiways to reflect the ingame presented taxiway designators.

 

You will also notice charts for an airport called Kutaisi-West (UG26) which we use as a dedicated heliport.

For those interested i´ve attached a template .miz file, that serves us as the basis for missionbuilding including the required units and objects for the use of this airport as a helicopter spawn airport.

 

GND and VAD Charts DCS:World version

http://www.virtual-jabog32.de/index.php?section=downloads&subcat=37&file=1223

 

GND and VAD Charts DCS:A-10C and DCS:UH-1 Huey version

http://www.virtual-jabog32.de/index.php?section=downloads&subcat=37&file=1224

 

For comments or questions please also visit our forum at http://www.virtual-jabog32.de/forum/

 

Best regards

 

Herby

TemplateKutaisiWest.miz


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Hello,

 

A great thanks for this sharing and of course congratulation for this awesome work...

Please, is it possible to explain to me the difference between these two files ?

GND and VAD Charts DCS:World version

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GND and VAD Charts DCS:A-10C and DCS:UH-1 Huey version

 

A great thanks in advance for you help, best regards. Skull

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Hello Gents,

 

the new charts have been updated in regards of runway designators for almost all airfields.

The version 3.5.0 showed the runway tracks as they would be perceived from the A10-C cockpit based on its compass indication.

 

After the release of the FC3 module we realised, that not only the BlackShark but also all FC3 aircraft had a heading indication of 6° more than the A10-C and, as we see now, the Huey.

 

To compensate for this we decided to correct the charted runway designators to what the pilots can see painted on the respective runway threshold.

 

The difference between the DCS:World charts and the DCS:A10-C/UH-1 Huey charts is the above mentioned different compassreading.

If you fly with lets say the huey, the appropriate chartversion will give you the tracks for the runways as well as the tracks for the approach and departure routing tailored for the compassreading of that aircraft whereas the DCS:World version shows you the correct tracks for BlackShark and FC3 aircraft.

 

Furthermore did we include a conversion reference table on every VAD-chart that gives you an idea of what the metric values for the posted altitudes in feet are.

This is obviously helpfull for those who fly eastern aircraft.

 

And the last bigger change are the corrected taxiway designators.

This affects primarily the Tbilisi airports, since either Lochini and Vaziani are presented with taxiway designators in game.

The charts now reflect the in game designation, which was not the case in chart version 3.5.0.

 

I hope this helps a bit.

 

Best regards

 

Herby

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Love your work, thanks guys!

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