From now on every pilot who wants to participate can do it via discord ( https://discord.gg/UnKuuUk ). In the Iniohos participation text channel, you can apply for the event or just state as a Guest. Guests this year has the opportunity to watch screen share from members of our squadron during several missions and from any member that flies at the event.
Re-up with short update:
I’ve had the pleasure to fly with a bunch of people since, both with members from Falcon-Lounge in privately hosted sessions and especially on the Veterans-Gaming server. Special thanks to CobaltUK who has been a particularly caring host.
If anyone reading this post is interested in privately hosted casual campaign missions, 2100-2300 CET/CEST, for beginners to intermediate skill, let me know.
It’ll be a pleasure for me to arrange and host the one or other sortie.
All i ask is that you can Taxi, Take Off, Nav, Land, BVR, A/G, communicate (en/de/fr) and connect and have any technical problems sorted out.
PM me, or contact me on Discord: scrontch#0347
I would be happy to wing up with you in an online campaign, and I don’t bother with Ramp Starts online, always start with Taxi… I’m in Spain, so same time zone as you (GMT+2)…
I have the TE pack and the missions are great. However, I am still a novice pilot in many ways. Is it possible to change the level of Enemy AI (i.e. if Elite, change to something below the top AI rating )…something a little bit easier so I just don’t take off to get shot down. Same goes with the SA defense.
I don’t want to be intrusive, but any news from Stalker?
Thank you for your concern, that’s refreshing and very kind 🙂 - I am alive and yes we have splintered into a different group: Discord BMS F16 Training and our Virtual Training Wing (VTW) can be found here:
Good call, it might be that. Y-2 can help getting the call for “Cleared to contact position”. I use it routinely when close to stable behind the boom to make sure the tanker crew pays attention and clears me in as soon as possible.
Yeah, it used to work like this. In 4.33. Check manual.
1st - Choose your TIME SLOT: the interval in which you will be ready to start a mission (mission end time is not defined by this).
2nd - React with an emoji ✅ to signal to everyone you are available in this TIME SLOT to start a mission.
3rd - Contact each other by private message.
TIME SLOTS are separated to make this practical. It is impossible to satisfy every single person, so specific TIME SLOTS have been chosen to make it practical. Evidently these TIME SLOTS are approximate estimates. Use them as a reasonable signal of when you will be available.
Contact the pilots who are available by Private Message to coordinate. Expect to be contacted also.
⚠ Remove the EMOJI when starting your mission so it does not confuse or mislead anyone to think you are available the same day on the following week if you aren’t.
Provide a direct and clean way of telling others you are available for a mission, at a specific time slot, in a specific day of the week.
No text chat is available.
There are good public servers where normal chat can be done, this server is not for chatting, it is strictly to quickly, and effectively signal to others you are available for a mission.
There are voice channels open that are obviously only to be used to help multi-player missions to coordinate. Avoid disturbing players in those channels.
The earlier you can post your available time, the easier it will be for others to join you.
Evidently, there are zero restrictions as far as where the mission is taking place. This is a Centralized Signal, that allows you to get pilots. Where the mission takes place, IPs, etc, that is taken care on a Private Message or voice, or even outside of the server, or in another public server chat.
Just contact each other directly, and take care of details together or invite the pilot to the other discord server where details are.
Best regards, hope to see you all soon in the “air”.
Public discord server owners who wish to have an advert or invitation on the server to other pilots visiting, contact me.**
At least you tried. Thanks for sharing, instead.
And keep on trying to create something new and original too, most of all.
We all know how much it may be hard, but some day you will succeed in finding your own way, and you’ll be happy with it!
Even better, you might wanto to lear how to create a campaign… (hint)
PHASE 1: RED LOBBY I – frontline support North SEOUL
PHASE 2: ALLEY PANTHER IV – open highway & AAA-free corridor to ONSAN
PHASE 3: ALLEY PANTHER V – open highways & AAA-free corridor to PYONYANG
PHASE I - Operation Red Lobby I
Main objective: attack enemy forces frontline North of SEOUL, attrit and halt enemy advance;
• TRACK 1
◦ neutralize AAA/SAMs with DEAD/AAA HUNT missions
• TRACK 2
◦ interdict vehicles;
◦ Strike: DEPOTS @ bulls 265.54 350.66; ARMY BASES 243.72 26.46 307.21; TAEBUKPO AIRSTRIP 264.52; CHORWON RADAR 273.43
◦ CAS/FAC(A) missions;
Area of Operations AO: connect the bullseye points: 241.77 206.24 317.17 272.67
After RED LOBBY I, the opening up of Highway to ONSAN will start with ALLEY PANTHER IV, after that highway and AAA-free corridor is established, ALLEY PANTHER V starts with same objectives on highways towards PYONGYANG.
105th TFS is a Ground-Attack specialized squadron, and as such we rely on Air-to-Air Support and SEAD support from other squadrons/pilots, contact us to coordinate and know when we are launching missions.
About opening up corridors: one of the missions of this squadron is to open corridors for squadrons launching deeper strikes to have an area with reduced threats where that may help with the ingress/egress at low-level, typically these CORRIDORS are aimed at strategic objectives, if you are planning a deep strike mission, contact us to consider a AAA-hunt/DEAD mission prior to your assault.
Hope to see you in the “air” soon, and that we can have support to allow us to Interdict, Support friendly Ground Forces, and Neutralize the enemy ground-forces, and Open Corridors for squadrons launching deeper strikes to have an area with reduced threats where that may help with the ingress/egress at low-level.
On 17/12/20 the last event of the exercise took place.
I want to thank all the participants who flew with 320 e-haf. We had valuable lessons learned regarding admin, tactics, and standard operations procedures.
Flying and coordinating with so many aircraft was a great experience and I believe that we provide a quiet “as real as it gets” environment.
I assure you that next year the exercise is going to be far better and all squadrons should participate in order to exchange our knowledge and experience.
Last but not least, I want to thank the members of e-haf (they know) who helped to organize and make true this exercise.
Once again thank you all!!! See you next year!!! Merry Christmas and a happy new year to everybody!