Originally Posted by Icebear Thank you so much for your work! I love your Campaign, even if I am not a friend of the long flights, I have no problem with using time acceleration. I got two problems so far: In Mission 10 the Huey was heavily overloaded after I loaded the wounded onboard. I waited until the fuel-tank was nearly empty and then I managed to start, but I did not come back to the Field Hospital. Only when I turned off the weapons in the mission editor the Huey was light enough to come back home. How did you think that mission has to be flown?
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NOTE that the information about individual systems is not concentrated in a single section, but scattered all over the document, i. For example, the description of the armament system is divided in two parts: in the first part, the designation, composition and functional features are described. In the second part, information on how to use each weapon system for its corresponding tasks is given.
This approach is used due to multiple interconnections between the elements of the helicopter. For this reason, a system is first described as an element of helicopter design and then as an object of cockpit control.
If you are willing to get a deeper understanding of the design and features of the Mi- 8MTV2, we recommend that you carefully study all the available references. Note that the information about individual systems is not concentrated in a single section, but scattered all over the document, i. This approach is used due to multiple cross-references between the elements of the aircraft. For this reason, a system is first described as an element of aircraft design and then as an object of cockpit control.
If you are willing to get a deeper understanding of the design and features of the MiGbis, we recommend that you carefully study all the available references. The aircraft is a single engine, swept-wing jet that saw over 15, copies produced. The MiG gained fame in the skies over Korea where it battled the F Sabre and other allied aircraft.
It proved an excellent match to the Sabre, and it often came down to the skill of the pilot that determined who made it home and who was left dangling from a parachute.
Hotas Warthog Profile for Belsimtek UH-1H (Shiftstate/TrackIR/Teamspeack/SimpleRadio/LEDmanagement)
Having served extensively as a transport and armed combat support helicopter in the Vietnam War, the Huey continues to perform a wide variety of military and civilian missions around the world today. Developed in close partnership with actual UH-1H operators and experts, the DCS Huey provides the most dynamic and true to life conventional helicopter experience available on the PC. A variety of realism and gameplay options, a number of single missions and a handcrafted campaign storyline featuring custom voiceovers and characters provide ample fun and immersion for both the realism buff and the casual enthusiast. The helicopter can be flown as either a lightly armed combat transport or a close air support platform armed with steerable rapid-firing machine guns and unguided rockets. A comprehensive training course that includes both demonstration lessons and in-cockpit interactive tutorials designed with the help of real helicopter pilots takes you through the learning process of proper helicopter control and employment. A powerful yet easy-to-use mission editor allows you to create an unlimited number of both single-player and multiplayer missions and campaigns.
After all, it is a Utility helicopter. The cockpit can be divided into the following sections. The center third contains information pertaining to electrical, fuel, and engine systems. The FIP, as stated previously, contains all the necessary information to properly fly your aircraft. If hypothetically visibility were suddenly reduced to nothing, you could still fly your aircraft all the way home without a scratch, just from the information provided to you though your instruments. This is the black and white ball that tells you which way the nose of the aircraft is oriented from level. White is oriented above the horizon, while black is oriented below.