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On 5/6/2019 at 9:35 AM, Boomerang said:

I ended up deciding to run the sifter more so for the sim type of deal these days.  Best saving the brass for hardware otherwise.

The team work aspect within "Wolfpack" I thought  is well done, always liked COOP. 2 players can manage a U-Boat at minimum and with some practice. Math for distance, speed, AOB etc of a positive I'd  vessel is cool.. Missions can go for a while, when plotting the best scenario for an ambush. Need to watch out for those Flower and Tribal Class Destroyers tho, their quick and will ping you to get you. Before the last update, I literally had a blast on the 8.8., would have had to of been a bug or something tho, as I was hit far to many times and miraculously survived. That bug, or what ever it was has since been fixed, from what I have experienced so far. It's all good fun!

 

There is just so much monotonous, clicky busy work in UBOAT. Like extreme micromanage nonsensical crap where you, the captain, have to for some reason move food back and forth between lockers and the like. It's such a mess and a complete shame as I really wanted to like it.

 

DCS A-4 liveries completed.

 

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3 hours ago, DetCord12B said:

DCS A-4 liveries completed.

Looking great :good:

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PC-12/47 on the RNAV 31L into Palm Springs on an ambulance flight from Colorado.

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I decide to cancel IFR and fly the approach visually. I can't throw the props forward as they're always at 1700RPM...

 

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On short final I ask tower for a sidestep to 31R - the runway is much shorter, but it's still a piece of cake for the PC-12.

 

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I don't own a console, otherwise I'd be playing that... It will hopefully be coming to PC at some stage.

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Another ambulance flight today brings us from Palm Springs, Ca to Yakima, Wa.

The line of Learjets at the FBO is waiting for customers. We're taking a Daher TBM 900 - the fastest single engine turboprop on the market.

It'll do a whopping 330KTAS on only 850 horses! The left tank-cap is opened for dipsticking and crosschecking the fuel-gauges.

The aircraft has an on-board weather-radar, but it can also recieve NOAA Nexrad via ADS-B datalink.

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The San Bernandino valley is all clouded up today. No California Dreaming at the shore today. The flying weather is very nice, though and we're quickly climbing up to FL280, which is the TBM's most economical and fastetst altitude.

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Briefing the RNAV approach into runway 27 at Yakima.

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The sun is setting while I'm lining up on the final approach course.

Simnote: The landclass doesn't look too Washington'ish to me. Probably have to get some othophotos or ortho4xplane.

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After shutdown. The engine is faintly ticking the residual heat away and the 850 horses are back in the stable.

Time to hit the local bar and have a sundowner, while the medical supplies are heading to the local hospital.

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On 6/5/2019 at 3:31 PM, szelljr said:

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Love the game. Really looking forward to the PC version. Will rebuy again in a heartbeat.

 

8 hours ago, Bremspropeller said:

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Another ambulance flight today brings us from Palm Springs, Ca to Yakima, Wa.

The line of Learjets at the FBO is waiting for customers. We're taking a Daher TBM 900 - the fastest single engine turboprop on the market.

It'll do a whopping 330KTAS on only 850 horses! The left tank-cap is opened for dipsticking and crosschecking the fuel-gauges.

The aircraft has an on-board weather-radar, but it can also recieve NOAA Nexrad via ADS-B datalink.

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The San Bernandino valley is all clouded up today. No California Dreaming at the shore today. The flying weather is very nice, though and we're quickly climbing up to FL280, which is the TBM's most economical and fastetst altitude.

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Briefing the RNAV approach into runway 27 at Yakima.

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The sun is setting while I'm lining up on the final approach course.

Simnote: The landclass doesn't look too Washington'ish to me. Probably have to get some othophotos or ortho4xplane.

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After shutdown. The engine is faintly ticking the residual heat away and the 850 horses are back in the stable.

Time to hit the local bar and have a sundowner, while the medical supplies are heading to the local hospital.

 

I have the old (same) Carenado TBM for P3D. Had a lot of fun in it.

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It's not the Carenado. Carenado has a TBM 850 originally made for XP 10 and upgraded to work in XP 11.

This is the Hotstart TBM 900 (built natively for XP 11), which is study-level (or close).

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Breaking through the clouds on the RNAV LPV for runway 19 at Teterboro (NJ) on my way up from the North American TBM retail-center at Pompano Beach (FL). I flew at long-rang cruise settings (I used 50% Torque) and she nicely settled for 260kts GS at 34GPH. Shove the throttle forward and she'll run at 330kts TAS at more than 60GPH.

Still trying to figure out all the functions of the integrated Garmin G1000 cockpit - lots of bells and whistles to play with.

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"Ramp Appeal" is spelled "TBM" - looking way hotter than al those King Air 90s.

Why is that limo over there and not picking me up for dinner downtown? Got to have a talk with the FBO-rep!

The green beacon on the tower tells you it's IFR (or night).

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I like Graviteam Tactics more and more each time I play it. Not the prettiest screenshots due to my graphics settings but still pretty interesting I think.

 

This started out as a defensive battle for my side but I managed to stop the attack and make a counterattack. I barraged their forces in the center and managed to push them back all the way across the field. I set up defenses on a hill to the right of the creek bed/gully shown in the bottom right corner of the last pic.

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Graviteam custom battle:

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Setting up creeping Artillery Barrage in Shilovo campaign during deployment phase:

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Stug III f/8s during the Bulakhi campaign:

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1 hour ago, Legioneod said:

Not the prettiest screenshots due to my graphics settings but still pretty interesting I think.

 

hey turn down the dust (its called "reduce dust" I set it to moderate reduce or medium or whatever its called...) and turn off the tracer smoke. This will improve your performance quite a bit. Personally I think the tracer smoke looks silly, it's just too big. The dust is massive, which is realistic I suppose, but when you have a couple tank companies moving around it just taxes your system a lot. Granted it is a strategy game so even if I dip down to 20 frames during an intense battle, I don't care.

 

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My favorite Rally car:

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Which game are the cars from?

 

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Boeing 737-300 taking off from Veil - Eagle County airport in Colorado. I'm using flaps 15 for take-off, as the airport has an elevation in excess of 6000ft and runway-performance is critical here. We're at about 50t of take-off weight. The high flap-setting hurts our second-segment climb, though, so I'm doing my best to get them sucked up as soon as we reach initial acceleration altitude.

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With the high field-elevation and losing some time getting configured for the climb and terrain is getting uncomfortably close - even though we are at above 10000ft MSL, one can almost touch the crests of those mountains whizzing by at climb-speed.

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Weather has been nice for the most part of the trip and those peaks of the Cascade Mountains which are peeking through the undercast are bathed in orange light as the sun creeps below the horizon.

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Hauling 108t of 757 out of Juneau, AK for Kahului, Maui. I'm on the Juneau 5 obstacle departure which has me turn hard right after departure to join Juneau NDB and try not to hit the mountains opposite of the valley.

 

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Piper Pa-31T Cheyenne on final approach to Poughkeepsie, NY after a flight from Kenosha, WI. Just breaking through the clouds on the ILS rwy 06.

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Looks like some autogen soccer mom is going to have her insurance premiums raised...

 

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Given the forecast temperatures tomorrow being 38°C, that "Cold Drinks" vending machine would certainly be handy in real life...

 

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For all you Hunter fans, the Yukon is the greatest thing since sliced bread as far as DLC goes.

 

 

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5 hours ago, DetCord12B said:

For all you Hunter fans, the Yukon is the greatest thing since sliced bread as far as DLC goes.

 

 

It's pretty good. It just needs some Sitka Deer and maybe some Mule or Elk.

 

I'm just waiting for a southern reserve that represents Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama.

It could have Whitetail, Turkey, Hogs, Pheasant, Ducks, Geese, Quail, Squirrel, Rabbit, Black Bear, etc.

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Today's episode: "Runway 04 is jynxed!"

 

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Delta 732 awaiting clearance to push back at La Guardia. Ignore the autogen Sun Country 738 - they must be there on some weird short-term charter.

Today's flight brings us to Chicago Midway airport.

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Thankfully the taxi-time to runway 04 is brief and after a short taxi out, we're number one on the active. Advance those JT8Ds and a short time later, it's time to rotate.

Take-off flap setting today os "Flaps 2".

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I bet those people hadn'd read the fine-pring in the real-estate exposé.

"Attractively connected to the airport...yeah!"

Upper Manhattan forms the backdrop.

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Turning left towards the northwest to avoid rich-people housing in the Long Island Sound area. I guess it's fine to have the poorer neighborhoods be informed of our departure from the Big Apple.

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At acceleration altitude, the flaps are retracted on schedule and we're accelerating to 250kias - the common speed limit below 10000ft (well, the military guys may go faster).

I'm looking out towards upper Manhatten, Harlem and da Bronx, while my first officer semi-consciously mutters "nice departure today - beautiful view of the Hudson, don't you think?"

Yeah...WAIT! What? You MUST NOT say that!

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*plonk*

Yep.

You cannot say those words when departing runway 04 out of LGA apparently. Or so was thinking my left hand engine. The fire-bell cuts through the lazy afternoon departure atmosphere and our hands are getting busy.

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Once the engine is identified and secured, we're shutting it down and fire a shot of Halon fire-exinguishing gas, which thankfully kills the fire right away.

The fire-handle also cuts-off all fuel and hydraulic supplies from the engine. The generator drops off the line (evident above by the LH outboard and RH inboard landing lights going off).

I kill the bleed-air and I'm starting the APU to make up for the loss in electrical power and air.

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My first idea was to ask ATC for a safe area so we could burn off fuel. Looking at the weight-table showed that we're 11,500lbs above max landing weight and burning all the gas on one engine would take too long. I inquired ATC for the longest suitable runway under the prevailing wind-conditions. They offered runways 13L and 13R at JFK.

The first does have an ILS, but if requires some shuffling of traffic between the mayor class-B airspace airports in the area*, while the latter is the longes runway in the area, but it doesn't have a straight-in ILS (only the famed VOR Canarsie approach with an extended visual sector and a 90° heading change on final). Decide on pulling the emergency-card and take runway 13L into JFK.

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Lower Manhattan. Miss Liberty is waving and the spirits are lifting considerably with ATC giving us the go-ahaead and vectoring us around, back over New Jersey onto a final approach course to 13L.

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Maybe next time - coming in low over Newark Intl. airport. The crosswind-component isn't favourable for a single-engine Flaps 15 overweight landing.

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Set-up for the final approach. We're at 2500ft on the Localizer for runway 13L waiting for the glidesplope to come off the peg.

The passengers on the left side who did get the little fireworks-display earlier (it's the week of July 4th, after all!) are now being treated with a view of Central Park and all the important Avenues (sorry New Yorkers, I didn't care to learn them all).

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Short Final runway 13L, coming in over the cargo terminal at JFK. If you haven't already done so, you might want to cheack out some videos on the Canarsie approach into JFK.

If you're an airplane-nut: Congratulations, there go your evening-plans!

If you're not, well duh! It's a couple of airplanes creating poor sleep for the "affordable hotels" kinds of people.

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After a rather uneventful landing (well, I won't mention that instead of selecting reverse, I dumped the spoilers back in *cough*), we vacate the runway and we request a remote hardstand for initial damage-assessment and evacuation (which is okay from a 737 cabin-level - compared to all the tall-standing widebodies) or de-plaing by stairs.

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Damage assessment showed no abnormalities, so we shut down and let the passengers de-plane by stairs, so they can be brought back to the terminal via bus - and who knows, maybe even on to Chicago...

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*Traffic-control is kind of a nightmare around New York - kudos to the ATC personnel for shuffling around all those airplanes in a very confined area and airspace (class-B airports are Newark, La Guardia and JFK).

You can't just shift to another approach-runway, without modifiing the whole traffic in the greater New York area (there's also Teterborogh in NJ, which is a very busy business airport with jet and turboprop traffic).

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Just picked up Everspace for a song... it's a good looking game.

 

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On 7/20/2019 at 3:24 PM, Trooper117 said:

Just picked up Everspace for a song... it's a good looking game.

 

Everspace a lot of fun. Also looking forward to Starpoint Gemini 3.

 

Not necessarily a screen but a KSP inspired poster.

 

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I've switched from Mius Front to Tank Warfare Tunisia. Same devs, same engine.

 

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Stuka's show up after 1 hour of intense combat. They saved the day and the last enemies dug in the hills were routed!

 

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Perfect hit by Stuka. The sherman was "tracked" and immobile... so easy prey for the Stuka bros :)

 

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This is the result of dug in 88s and Stukas... a highway of death...

 

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Recon early in the morning.

 

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Welcome to Tunisia GI Joe. You drove over the wrong hill my dude. 

 

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Man this Sherman pissed me off. 

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Out hunting some bounty.

Or something...

 

Couldn't get the Mavericks to launch (I guess I'll have to run the BIT after attaching pylons) and couldn't get the probe to stick into the basket (I got a lot better at missing during the last couple of tries, though).

 

At least I got some hack by the LSO for performing some nonstandard CASE I approaches.

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Decided to make myself a quick (fictitious) C-47 skin for X-Plane. I'm planning a tour of the Pacific, and the only olive drab C-47 skin available has invasion stripes, which wouldn't look right. The skin is a bit of a hack, made with the existing OD skin de-striped and tweaked in various places and with new nose art, a rivet layer provided with the C-47 (it's the freeware Aeroworx one), and the normals/reflectivity files from another skin, which I needed to get something that didn't look either too shiny, or too matt. 

 

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No ferry tanks for the C-47, meaning that I'm limited to about 1,600 nautical miles range, and to get to Hawaii from South California (Douglas's factories) I'll have to go via the Aleutians and Midway.

 

Provisional route around the Pacific. I may tweak it a bit, but there really aren't that many options:

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Andy, why aren't you going Mdway-Honolulu direct? Just out of gas or just for the fun of it? :)

 

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Getting better a bit.

I managed to plug in three times today, but the basket dumped me after a second or two.

Slow progress is better than no progress at all I guess..

 

Yes, thats's the Stennis down there.

 

 

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Wings Over the Reich..Not bad from a team of 2 men and a few volunteers. Some 109 Pics in the hidden contents

 

 

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On 7/30/2019 at 7:09 PM, Bremspropeller said:

Andy, why aren't you going Mdway-Honolulu direct? Just out of gas or just for the fun of it? :)

 

Midway (PMDY) to Honolulu (PHNL) is the third leg on the route, and only 1137 nm. The route I've shown ends at Hawaii island itself. I did it that way so I could plot a circular tour, as I don't think the route planner will do a proper one.

 

As for range, like I said I can safely do about 1600 nm, and the longest leg, Adak to Midway, is 1422 nm. Have to use GPS to do it though, as I don't think there's much chance of finding the short-range Midway NDB at that distance through dead reckoning, and Midway is going to be hard to find visually, I'd think - too flat.

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On 7/29/2019 at 6:31 AM, NETSCAPE said:

I've switched from Mius Front to Tank Warfare Tunisia. Same devs, same engine.

 

They may not be the prettiest games on the market but they're sure as hell one of the most accurate. The amount of research and ballistic simulation calculation engine components Graviteam pump into their tank games is simply unparalleled, and their games are RTS'. Hell, they even modeled frag, a sorely missing but essential aspect of another recent WWII "tank sim"...

 

Arma 3.

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How to go to prison for a long, long time in the UAE

 

 

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13 hours ago, [N.O.G.F]Leon_Portier said:

ArmA 3 posing simulator

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Arma 3 is just getting worse... next it will be some sort of cyborg warfare!

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1 hour ago, Trooper117 said:

 

Arma 3 is just getting worse... next it will be some sort of cyborg warfare!

 

Latest release - Contact, introduce Aliens. 😀

 

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Flying something different: a Horten Ho IVa flying wing glider in X-Plane. 😎

 

A Stinson tows me to 2500 metres. Seemed wise to start high, as I need to learn to fly it before I land...

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Prone position looks uncomfortable, but gives a good view forwards.
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Handling is a little tricky. Not very stable in pitch or yaw. I managed to find one good thermal, but staying in it was hard work.
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Managed to land back on the runway. Those big spoilers are really effective.
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Edited by AndyJWest

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