Normandy shots

Normandy shots

The new DCS Normandy map and asset pack has arrived finally. Some first pics for a 457 squadron server………..all unedited and vanilla in game screenshots.   ...

British Voice packs for DCS World

For all the Spitty pilots out there. These packs will convert your AI wingman and your own voice to one with a British accent. All JSGME ready for your convenience. https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/2644152/ https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/2644140/ <edit> Possibly this one is a better pack as it is combined and features more voices…since they are JSGME based try them all and decide for yourself https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/2642634/  

Welcome to Vietnam (or Burma or somewhere similar….)

Welcome to Vietnam (or Burma or somewhere similar….)

Starway updated his Vietnam retexture of Caucasus. So…………..NVAF Mig 15 low over the paddies……….

Spitfire general handling notes

I found these lurking around and thought that they were quite a concise summary. Here they are for your reading enjoyment: HOW TO – TAKE OFF AND LAND A ‘SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE’ Mk1, Mk11, and MkV. In the early years of WW2. INTRODUCTION The following notes put together from many wartime sources, have since been checked over by a WW2 Spitfire Pilot. The record should only be regarded as an averaged guideline, acting as an aid towards further understanding and appreciation of R.A.F. Fighter Pilots experiences during WW2. It is acknowledged that much of the procedures and checks that have been outlined below would not have had time to have been carried out under war conditions. Only a few essentials, using a memory guide cockpit drill, like...

A Few New Things………..

A Few New Things………..

A pipeline preview………. ...

Mastery of tail draggers!

Recommended reading for Spitfire pilots!! Part 1 If I may make a little contribution here… Hopefully some of you who are finding the Spit, Dora, 109 or P-51 a bit of a handful during take-off and landing, may find it useful! What do I know about it? Well, I have spent a significant proportion of my professional flying career teaching both experienced and novice pilots how to fly and handle tail-dragging aircraft. This amounts to several thousand hours of tailwheel training alone, though who’s counting! These aircraft include among them modern high performance aerobatic aircraft and a variety of more vintage types from DH Tiger Moths, to Harvards. I can’t recall off the top of my head exactly how many students I’ve worked with over the years, but it’s...