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COM 1 Pilots and Gentlemen,
we are experimenting  New Missions, on Cliff of Dover where we have the accurate historical environment of Battle of Britain 1940

If you like next wednesday 30 September will be the 2nd test. 
I would like you and your Guys fly with us.
Hereinafter the details
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BATTLE OF BRITAIN 1940
another Wings of Italy  production


then  Gentlemen,
Every Wednesday, Test Missions Battle of Britain 1940 - CLoD 
July 1940 " The Clash begins".
The historical air battles which started the Battle of Britain.


SERVER : ITAF / ITALIANWING  CLOD
TEAM MISSIONS. Team Vs Team Air Battles. 
Missions are organized on Wednesday - h 21.15 . 
The reference Team Speak is still ITA Server: 88.99.165.102:9997      pass: (ask for)


Advise all Friends!
 

 

PS:  give a look to the video...
This is the REAL First Mission of Battle of Britain on 1940

 

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July 10th 1940 10:30hrs

PHASE 1 OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN
From July 10th to August 7th 1940

ATTACKS ON THE CHANNEL CONVOYS

The bulk of attacks were in the south where the Luftwaffe went on probing attacks on British shipping in the English Channel and in the outer Thames Estuary. Smaller raids, and a number of German reconnaissance aircraft were spotted along the east coast while other nuisance raids took place in the north.
Most of these attacks in the Channel were on the merchant convoys conveying much needed coal, raw materials, machinery and foodstuffs to Britain. By sinking these merchant ships Germany would deny the British people of the various commodities required just for their sheer existence.
But at the same time, by attacking these channel convoys, it was hoped that it would draw out the British fighters from their bases.
This way the Luftwaffe could analyze the strength of the RAF, determine the speed and efficiency that the RAF could deploy its squadrons, in other words, Germany was testing the efficiency and strength of the Royal Air Force and it was hoped that the Luftwaffe would destroy the RAF in the air.
Spasmodic bombing raids continued throughout this first phase on such places as Portsmouth, Falmouth, Swansea, Newcastle and Merseyside, but these raids were not consistent like the channel convoy raids.
 


 

 

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Hi,

 

Nice initiative. 

I'm kicking myself since I won't be at home this Wednesday... Keep them coming!

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Ok Guys all welcome on TS ITA Server: 88.99.165.102:9997 pass: (ask for)

BATTLE OF BRITAIN 1940

another Wings of Italy  productio

 

 

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Apparently it's 88.99.165.10.2 for the TS server.

 

".2" at the end of the server address was missing in the above infos: no problem with that, everybody makes mistakes.

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Yeah, the text has the 2 (no . between 10 and 2) and the port missing.

The picture has it right. Check to picture, ignore the text. Probably because of bots the full address wasn't posted.

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Yes, no problem with TS, everything went well.

 

To Cipson: thank you SO MUCH for this fantastic experience. I loved it.

 

We the German fighter pilots managed to escort that Dornier 17 at least until Manston and Ramsgate... but we lost visual contact on her because of a dogfight that we were forced to deal with a bunch of Spitfires. As far as I know we didn't lose any 109, all of us (at least the humans) managed to land in France.

 

What happened to the Dornier? Did she managed to land in France?

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I think so... 
I was the closest Spit but had to break due to a couple of bilions of germans over me...

So, well done blues: you found the convoy... We will see what will happen next time.. ;)

 

 

 

HISTORY (the real battle):

The weather reported heavy cloud at 9/10ths covering most of Britain. Rain was widespread over most of the west, the midlands and the north. Showers were prevalent over the south and the south-east and over the Channel.
At 08:15hrs AM no. 3 Spitfires from 66 Squadron based at Coltishall flown by P/O C.A.Cooke, P/O J.A.P.Studd and Sgt F.N.Robertson shot down ashore  between Yarmouth and Harwich an enemy  lone Dornier 17z of Kampfgeschwader 3 (KG3) on a recon mission probabaly to rescue a ships convoy codenamed BREAD sailing from the Thames estuary towards the Channel. 
Around 10:30hrs AM, the weather was still inclement, with shallow visibility and another Dornier of 4.(F)/121 on recon flight but this time with an escort of about 20+ Bf109s of I/JG 51 was picked up on both Dover CH and Foreness CHL radar stations. Meanwhile BREAD convoy was rounding the North Foreland, heading South West.
Six Spitfires of No. 74 Squadron based at Hornchurch but displaced to Manston were directed to the location where the enemy had been spotted. The Dornier saw the convoy and the German radio operator dispatched a message giving the location, size and its present course. The 6 Spitfires of 74 Squadron located the Dornier along with the Bf109s that attacked them. One Messerschmitt was shot down and two of the Spitfires were hit and forced to belly land at Manston airfield while the other four continue to fight damaging only one Bf109. The enemy was reinforced by another group of about 12 aircraft later just as the Spitfires of 610 Squadron, (Biggin Hill) arrived and the remaining four Spitfires of 74 Squadron returned back to base. 610 Squadron scored no 'kills' but managed to stop the 109s and they headed back towards the French coast.
In this combat, 74 Squadron Hornchurch had two of its Spitfires damaged during operations over the Channel while one Spitfire of 610 Squadron had to make a force landing at Hawkinge after being hit during the same combat.

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Hello Pilots and Gentlemen,
Battle n°2 (TEST 2nd MISSION) : "Convoy Bread under fire!"

All welcome on TS ITA Server: 88.99.165.102:9997   pass: (ask for)

BATTLE OF BRITAIN 1940

another Wings of Italy  production
 
 
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In the first mission, a German reconnaissance plane detected the position of a British convoy off Ramsgate.
It is clear what the next move of the Germans will be, just as it is certain that the British will be waiting for them.

The battle is close


Note:
*32sq took off from Biggin Hill to cover the convoy, so they were there before than others british flight. To avoid having to keep other players waiting on the ground, it was decided to start the 32sq from Manston.
**56sq (Hurricane) airfield North Weald was considered too far away, to avoid players risking losing the fight it was decided to move the 56sq to Gravesend.

***I/ZG26 (Bf110) airfield Yvrench was considered too far away, to avoid players risking losing the fight it was decided to move the I/ZG26 to St-Omer.

 

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To read the whole briefing, write to me a PM
 

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There will be available rearm and refuel on middle front-line airfields?

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How funny, I was second to register after Airone... and I chose the German side on board a 109 E-3.  I usually fly with Mikmak and Lionel but now I see they chose the Brits! I will have to face them! LOL, me on the six of Lionel and Mik... I'll show no mercy!

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Pls forward to your friends this file, just to prepare the Teams:
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On 10/1/2020 at 11:30 PM, ITAF_Airone1989 said:

Bob1940 - Battle n°2
Wednesday 7 October, 21.15 italian time (GTM+2)

If you want to partecipate to next mission, please fill the file:
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Update:

- 56sq (Hurricane) airfield North Weald was considered too far away, to avoid players risking losing the fight it was decided to move the 56sq to Gravesend.
- Germans AI will now communicate their position every TOT minutes, in this way players can coordinate their actions with them.
- British pilots will recive communication from radar stations.
- Some other correction:
 a) Convoy position has been corrected, the previous one was wrong.
 b) 32sq will depart from Biggin Hill, as in the real battle. [Just AI planes]
 c) Germans has just two spawn poit, they should be enough.
 d) AI spawn points have been changed to respect original routes. 

 

 

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Thank you Airone!

 

PS: please, no more air starts... I hate air starts. On the contrary, I love the coms procedures with my comrades, taxiing procedures, take off procedures, in-flight formation en route to the target...

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9 minutes ago, 343KKT_Kintaro said:

Thank you Airone!

 

PS: please, no more air starts... I hate air starts. On the contrary, I love the coms procedures with my comrades, taxiing procedures, take off procedures, in-flight formation en route to the target...

 

Yeah, those are the best part online.

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No more Air start for players, just some AI.

I will try to avoid them as much as possible, I don't like too, but sometimes could be necessary.

 

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I registerd for the next mission ! looking forward to see yu... from yur 6 !

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Update:

In game you will find AI communications.
For German -> you will be update about bombers position and their route, in this way will be easier to rejoin with them.
For British -> you will be update about others squadroon situation, this will allow you to coordinate your move with them.

Pay attention:
Both side communication will use the callsign.
So, be sure to remember your callsign (and also the other squadroon too).
Just for British: "Sapper" is the Biggin Hill Contro Room. They will recive the radar information and tell to you what to do to intercept enemy's bombers.
Just for German: "Adler" is the callsign of bombers, so remember follow their indication to rejoin with them.

Please, if you are yet registered, proceed immediately, places are limited.
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Update:

In game you will find AI communications.
For German -> you will be update about bombers position and their route, in this way will be easier to rejoin with them.
Blue Flight Leader has the callsign: ADLER. Follow his orders.

For British -> you will be update about others squadroon situation, this will allow you to coordinate your move with them.
Red Flight Leader has the callsign: JACKO. Follow his orders.
Red "Chain Home" system: From your cockpit you will recive orders/advice from Biggin Hill's control room. Callsign: SAPPER.

Pay attention:
Both side communication will use the callsign. How does they work?
The first name that you will read is the group called, the second name is the calling one.
So: "WAGON, Jacko: climb to 6 Angels and engage enemies." means that Jacko just said to Wagon to climb to 6.000 feet and engage the enemy formation.

So, be sure to remember your callsign to know what is your duty!



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16 hours ago, ITAF_Airone1989 said:

Just for British: "Sapper" is the Biggin Hill Contro Room. 

 

"Hello, Sapper, Sapper.

 

Pimpernel calling.

Do you have trade for me?

Out."

 

"Hello, Pimpernel leader.

Sapper answering.

Bandits are approaching you from the Southwest.

Vector, 1-8-5.

Angles 1-5.

Make Angels as quickly as you can.

Over."

 

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Here you can find the historical skins for the aircraft of the I./JG3, III./JG 51 and I./ZG26.

You will also find, attached here, some reference images about how to set the settings, in the plane options, to correctly display the aircraft markings ( Open the spoiler below ).

Note that the use of the Swastica is only for historical purposes. Nor me, nor the organisers of the events supports, in any way or form, the Nazi party or the ideas of the men and soldiers belonging to it during the WW2 era.
War is terrible and it's utterly rejected, we must only strive for peace!

 

LINK TO DOWNLOAD THE I./JG3 SKIN: https://mega.nz/file/f9pSiCZJ#_ye5LP...wuIUOBSW2iPROQ ( <-- Clicable link )

 

LINK TO DOWNLOAD THE III./JG51 SKIN: https://mega.nz/file/z8oijaZL#WDOiw2...gnCcp7o2CT36Ng ( <-- Clicable link )

 

LINK TO DOWNLOAD THE I./ZG26 SKIN: https://mega.nz/file/DtxUVQzA#HV1yU5...QFIpl5wrHzmDhA ( <-- Clicable link )

 

Reference images
 

Spoiler

 

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Mission was great, thanks again! Looking forward to the next chapters.

 

How I had missed „coops„. 50+ planes attacking their targets in England with escorts and being intercepted by numerous RAF fighters. Huge furball going on.
Proper mission planning with proper briefings on radio, assigned callsigns, defined tasks etc. Cool stuff, keep them coming!

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I really need to learn how to use the whisper in TS as I took off a bit too late because of the precious minutes I spent on trying to make it work.

 

Great mission, I think I was useful at least when clearing the bombers from three attacks coming from one Hurricane... but at the fourth attack he set my engine on fire and I hit the silk. I didn't do the job today, there's one less 109 for Germany...

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Hi all,

mission was really interesting! We didn't see too much action but was really good indeed! Looking forward for the next one!

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ATTACK TO CONVOY “BREAD” - 10 July 1940
[From: THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN – Christer Bergstrom Luftwaffe Airfields 1935-45 France (with Corsica and Channel Islands) By Henry L. deZeng IV SPITFIRE – John Nichol]

Merchant convoy “Bread” that had been spotted in the morning by the crew of the recon flight was the largest convoy passing through the Channel and Oberst Johannes Fink, commander of the Kampgeschwader 2 decided to strike it as soon as well entered in the Strait of Dover.
I./KG2 from Cambrai and II./KG2 from St.Léger immediately received directives for the attack. 47 Do 17s took off at 13:45 (German time, one hour ahead of British).
Hauptmann Johann Schalk, commander of the III Gruppe Zerstorergeschwader 26 (Yvrench asirbase) placed his 18 Bf110 from 1000 to 2000 metres above the slow bombers.
Another 2000 metres higher they were joined from 14 Bf109s of III./JG51 commanded Major Hannes Trautloft airborne from Boulogne Wimereux airfield.
Quite one hour later (around 13:50h British time) the southeastern CH radar stations reported echoes of a big formation approaching Pas de Calais.
Bentley Priory Headquarter forwarder the information to 11 Group’s RAF at Uxbridge that ordered to 5 Squadrons to intercept the enemies as follows:
No. 9 Hurricanes of 111 Squadron took off from Croydon at 13:05. They were already airborne and on patrol when at 13:50h vectored to cover the Convoy “Bread” passing ashore Dover.
No. 6 Spitfires of 64 Squadron scrambled from Kenley airdrome at 13:40h.
No. 8 Spitfires of 74 Squadron took off from Manston at 12:35 followed by 2 more after 10 minutes for a total of 10 aircrafts.
No. 5 Hurricanes of 56 Squadron of North Weald base were in “readiness duty” at the Manston airfield from where they took off at 14:05h.
No. 6 Hurricanes from Biggin Hill (32 Squadron) were on patrol to cover the convoy at height 11000ft since 13:15h.

 

ATTACK TO CONVOY “BREAD” - 10 July 1940
[From: battleofbritain1940.net]


The transmission that the Dornier made at 1030hrs must have been received loud and clear, because at 1350hrs(1.50pm):  British radar picks up a strong signal that indicated that a German formation had been detected coming across the French coast just west of Calais and heading in the general direction of Folkestone. It seemed obvious what they were after, this was the largest number of bombers ever seen coming across the Channel. The main force was 24 Dornier 17s spread in three groups, 30 escorting Bf110s and 20+ Bf109s. The 'scramble' order went out to Manston, Biggin Hill, Croydon, Hornchurch and Kenley. Manston dispatched the Hurricanes of 56 Squadron (North Weald) who had been operating there, Biggin Hill dispatched 32 Squadron (Hurricanes), Croydon dispatched 111 squadron (Hurricanes), Hornchurch dispatched the Spitfires of 74 Squadron while Kenley sent out six Spitfires of 64 Squadron towards the closing stages of the battle.

 

The Dorniers turned and headed for the Channel convoy code named 'Bread' just as 74, 56, 32 and 111 Squadrons arrived on the scene. The Spitfires of 74 Squadron and the Hurricanes of 56 and 32 Squadrons engaged combat with the Bf109s and the Bf110s while the Hurricanes of 111 Squadron went straight in and attacked the Dorniers. The skies off the coast at Folkestone became a maze of vapour trails snaking in all directions. It was a tough dogfight with neither side gaining the upper hand, Flying Officer J Mungo-Park in a Spitfire swept past a Dornier and the resulting 'hit' saw the bomber drift down towards the waters of the Channel, another Spitfire of 74 Squadron scored a 'hit' on one of the Bf109s and saw it head in the general direction of France and safety. As the dogfight continued, the Dornier formation started to break up as many of the fighters began to harass them like dogs snapping at their tails, Flying Officer Tom Higgs of 111 Squadron took to a lone Dornier firing many rounds towards the weaving bomber that was desperately trying to evade the ensuing Hurricane, but Higgs went in closer than his firing range, and still with thumb on the firing button clipped the Dornier with his wing before spinning seawards out of control with one wing missing. The Dornier also spun out of control and hurtled to what seemed a watery grave. Both aircraft crashed into the Channel and a rescue launch that was soon on the scene picked up the pilot of the Dornier and another member of the crew, but there was no sign of the rest of the bombers crew or of Tom Higgs. This was the first major battle of the Battle of Britain, and considering the amount of aircraft that were in the air Higgs was the only British fatality, three Hurricanes were damaged as well as four Spitfires, two Dorniers were shot down and ten of the escort fighters. As far as the convoy "Bread" was concerned, only one ship was sunk the rest were not even attacked and continued their journey.


THE RAF CASUALTIES: (July 10th 1940)
0700hrs.Hurricane P3359. 253 Sqn. Kirton-on-Lindsay. (Aircraft destroyed)
Sgt I.C.C. Clenshaw. Killed. (Lost control in bad visibility)
1300hrs. Hurricane P3671. 111 Sqn Croydon. (Aircraft destroyed)
F/O T.P.K. Higgs. Killed. (Collided with Do17 off coast near Folkestone. Baled out but drowned. Body found in Norway 15.8.40)


 



TONIGHT NUMBERS:
24 human players! This is a great result for a test mission, so we hope to see this number grow even more!
18 AI on the british side and 18 on the German side.

Do-17: 27 airplanes
Bf110: 16 airplanes (10 AI)
Bf109: 14 airplanes (8 AI)

Spit: 12 airplanes (7 AI)
Hurri: 18 airplanes (11 AI)

I would like to ask a couple of questions to those who participated in the mission:

-) Did you have server slowdown issues preventing you from playing?

-) did you find the detailed briefing?

-) did you find the dialogue with radar / bomber adequate?

-) Do you have other proposals?


Thank you very much to everybody!

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I was on one of the 109s (JG3). My motherboard: Asus MSQ-P6X58D-E(B) (8 Gb RAM); my processor: i7 CPU 950 @ 3.07GHz Quadcore; my video card: Nvidia GTX 1660; my monitor settings: 1920 x 1080.

 

-) Did you have server slowdown issues preventing you from playing? No, not really. In two or three occasions I had a few serious freezes, but the game was playable almost all the time (99,99999% 😄 ). Those freezes never happened in life-and-death situations, and I dogfighted several times a few Hurricanes with no freezes during the action.


-) did you find the detailed briefing? I only read the briefings you sent by mp (thx!). Had no time to read anything once the mission was launched because I spent too much time with TS settings. My fault. The briefings I read in the last few days are detailed enough, sure they are.


-) did you find the dialogue with radar / bomber adequate? As far as I'm concerned... YES.


-) Do you have other proposals? No proposals... Keep the pace, keep the quality of your great reenactments of the Battle of Britain.

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8 hours ago, ITAF_Airone1989 said:

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-) Did you have server slowdown issues preventing you from playing? None for me, just little lag during take off due to London buildings I think.

-) did you find the detailed briefing? Yes

-) did you find the dialogue with radar / bomber adequate? Yes, for me only I didn't see all the messages since some of them where out of the screen, I need to understand why.

-) Do you have other proposals? Not at the moment, maybe for the next time we should do little brief between sides in order to give different obj for each squadrons (at least on red side we didn't do that).

 

Just wanted to advise one thing, as per briefing active runway was 30 in Hornchurch but in game the yellow wood panels were on the other runway (02/20) we then assumed that wind conditions were different. We finally decided to to start from the active one (as per wood panels) but we had strong crosswind.

So when landing we used the 30 as per briefing but there was still some odd wind. Was that intended or maybe a bug? Not a big problem, but just wanted to know if it was only us or it was the same in all server. :)

 

Great mission anyway with great Historic immersion, keep them coming!

 

And if you need any  kind of help  just let us know!

 

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-) Did you have server slowdown issues preventing you from playing?
 

Minor stutters when the AI Bombers spawned in, for brief seconds at the beginning of the mission.

No problems at all while playing. 

 

-) did you find the detailed briefing?

 

Yes, well done. One point missing though was the RV point with the bombers.
Maybe add next time at what time, where and at what altitude we are to meet the bombers before heading out.

 

-) did you find the dialogue with radar / bomber adequate?

 

Very good. Informative and easy to see. We knew where they were and at what altitude and also where they were headed.
 

-) Do you have other proposals?

 

Since we don‘t have retrofitted 109E-3 with MG FF/M in CloD, consider the E-4 for future missions instead of the E-3. 

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-) Did you have server slowdown issues preventing you from playing? No, it was totally smooth

-) did you find the detailed briefing? The briefing was perfect

-) did you find the dialogue with radar / bomber adequate? The messages was clear and adequate but sometimes messages was to long and the beginning and the end of message wasn't displayed on my screen (1920x1200)

-) Do you have other proposals? The radar messages display duration was short sometimes, is it possible to repeat those radar messages in the chat allowing players to scroll the historic ?

 

I was one of the 56 Squadron Hurricanes and we have been guided precisely to a huge Do17 bombers formation at angel 13, east of Folkstone. We engage the bombers with a good altitude gap but the 109 and 110 escort didn't let us do our job quietly...😅

It was a great mission test with all immersive historical stuffs, big bombers formation, lot of planes in the sky and this f..ing gunners who disable my elevator...  😆

Gunners are really to be taken seriously from now on, it is a good evolution, thanks TFS !  👍

 

I hope we can fly this campaign sequel soon 😉

 

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