“Discoveries” - because until today I haven’t tested this awesome theatre. Today I found out the latest version is 4.36-compatible, and-hey!-it certainly is!.
I took a Warthog for a ride, and, man!.. another nice surprise: what a great plane to fly! I usually fly the F-16, so the trimming was somewhat new to me, and I wasn’t sure about how the landing would go, but even though it’s a completely different story, I managed to bring the bird safely back to Edwards AB. The flaps do their job rather nicely, something we needn’t worry about flying the F-16 😉
Many thanks to the creators of the Nevada theatre and the A-10 FM.
if people would like to have a simple overview of all the airports/airbases in Nevada theater for google earth. with the names used in this theater.
<some real airports have changed there names and or are closed or even destructed>
i use this to plan and or out think a mission on this theater, to me its the best trainings theater. the only thing i am missing is some civil planes to escort/intercept besides not see the famous dreamland homey airport.
just my two cents about this topic: I think it would be the time to create a team to work on this project just as it deserves to.
I want to clarify that this is not an original point of view of mine, but I’m reporting it here because I believe it’s a very good point to start from to make such kind of matters become real.
My apologies in advance in case I bothered anyone with this mine.
I am wondering, how many members are still developing this and the status of them. I would really like to see some sort of Nevada become a reality. I am going to develop a theater as it has always been a goal of mine. I have the time and resources to get it done as I do not work like I used to. If I have to do it all from scratch I will but not trying to re invent the wheel so to speak.
If you asking for data and not for document that always is into the “Docs” subfolder, then each theater has a file named “stations+ils.dat”.
This file is into this folder …\Falcon BMS 4.33\Data\Campaign\Save for the default theater Korea, and into this folder …\Falcon BMS 4.33\Data\Add-On Israel\campaign for the Israel theater.
So just check into the folder “Campaign” or in its subfolder “Save” (if there is) of your desired theater for BMS 4.33. For BMS 4.32 theaters, you should also check for the folder that has the same theater name. e.g. …\Falcon BMS 4.32\Data\Add-On theater-name\Campaign\theater-name.
If you can’t see this file, that means that this file must be created from scratch.
This file “stations+ils.dat” contains the TACAN channels and ranges, ATC UHF and VHF frequencies as also the ILS Loc frequencies.
Each airport has a specific one line into this file, with the below format of 12 slots of data spacing with a “space”, example:
48 117 X 6 25 1 342050125750 10930 0 0 0
Counting from left to right, always the 7th number is the ATC UHF frequency and the 8th number is the ATC VHF frequency.
Do you know what we of our places used to say about, dearest Greek bro?
“Better twice than never”, more or less. And you can bet well you helped a lot… as you usual, no surprise about that.