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The ping problem forced lots of players to stop prematurely in the last mission.

Has the problem been identified ?

Will the last mission be replayed ?

OBTs really would like to replay it

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3 hours ago, OBT-Mikmak said:

Has the problem been identified ?

A server's modem problem.

Fixed now.

 So I would say that probably the mission will be played again

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017.gif.503d73ce4dde1e946b1b73863f294e82.gifCOMMUNICATION TO ALL PILOTS !
ITALIANWING TEAM VS TEAM AIR BATTLES (BOB 1940 & TOBRUK) 

UPDATED PROGRAM FOR NEXT WEEKS:
We will fly Battle of Britain 1940 on Wednesday as usual , and Tobruk 1940 AIR WAR on Saturday , same time 21.15 Rome (20.15 GMT)
 

We move on Saturday Evening as per direct invitation of Team Fusion.
Team Fusion will do an  official announce. 

 

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BATTLE OF BRITAIN 1940 - WEDNESDAY h 21:15 (20:15 GMT)

 

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TOBRUK - SATURDAY h 21:15 Rome Time ( 20:15 GMT)

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We are waiting for you.

Cheers & Check your Six! 

For direct contacts, Admins ITA_Cipson & ITAF Airone + 39 335 6542983

 

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Famous Quotes About Winning Battles. QuotesGram

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ITALIANWING TEAM VS TEAM AIR BATTLES (BOB 1940)

 

BOARDING SHEET NEXT MISSION (WEDNESDAY 25 November 2020 h 21:15 Rome (20:15 GMT)

Subscribe here (Mark only an "X" near your name or add a New Pilot)

 https://onedrive.live.com/view.aspx?resid=1EC7CE167357D819!990&ithint=file%2cxlsx&authkey=!ANaAJxiY7XpG7Rc


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On 11/17/2020 at 7:28 PM, Geleitzug said:

Is that event for fighter pilots only or would there be a chance to fly also bombers in the future ? So far - correct me if I'm wrong - there were only AI bombers to be  escorted...?!

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Pilots & Gentlemen,

ITALIANWING TEAM is proud to announce that from this Mission
BOMBER HE-111 WILL FLYABLE BY HUMAN CREW !!!
Therefore we invite You and Liason Officers 
Major   J-HAT  of  9./JG52 and RAF Squadron Leader OBT_ MikMak to inform all Pilots and Bomber specialist to  register and reserve his own He-111 (2nd Luftflotte - code Tannenberg) on the Boarding Sheet:
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13 hours ago, ITA_Cipson said:

Famous Quotes About Winning Battles. QuotesGram

 

 

 

Hey, that's an interesting photograph. It makes think the viewer that the photographer captured a scramble take off during the Battle of Britain in the Summer of 1940... but that Spitfire visible on the photograph is equipped with a two-bladed propeller... isn't this contradictory... or anachronistic? I always thought that only the early steps in the Spitfire development presented two-bladed propellers, so in the 1930s only. I always thought that all the Spitfire variants that participated in the Battle of Britain were equipped with three-bladed propellers (Rotol RMS7).

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2 hours ago, 343KKT_Kintaro said:

 

 

 

Hey, that's an interesting photograph. It makes think the viewer that the photographer captured a scramble take off during the Battle of Britain in the Summer of 1940... but that Spitfire visible on the photograph is equipped with a two-bladed propeller... isn't this contradictory... or anachronistic? I always thought that only the early steps in the Spitfire development presented two-bladed propellers, so in the 1930s only. I always thought that all the Spitfire variants that participated in the Battle of Britain were equipped with three-bladed propellers (Rotol RMS7).

 

19 Squadron WZ code October 1938 to September 1939. So not a genuine scramble unless in the very first month of the war, in which case it isn't BoB.

Cheers.

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MISSION  7 -  WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25, 2020   (h 21:00 Rome Time (20:00 GMT))
Historic Date 18 September 1940 - h 07:00 a.m.
SITUATION:
"In recent days Germans have hit hard British airports in Kent .
Manston has been evacuated while many others airfields are seriously damaged.
With today's good weather British expect another tough attack against English Towns."


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We are waiting for you.

Cheers & Check your Six! 

For direct contacts, Admin ITA_Cipson   + 39 335 6542983

 

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The new column added in the excel "mark the presence with an X" must be filled when one register? Or the day of the mission to confirm your presence?

In the last times you just needed to insert your name.

Please advise.

 

Cheers

 

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10 minutes ago, 5th_Barone said:

The new column added in the excel "mark the presence with an X" must be filled when one register? Or the day of the mission to confirm your presence?

In the last times you just needed to insert your name.

Please advise.

 

Cheers

 

Both
If you are just signed, add only the "X" 
Il you are New, add the Name and the "X"
Next Mission , the Names Remain and Column X will be reset...
 

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I registered on both events!

I'll be flying a BF 110 over the English Channel.

See you on wednesday guys!

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017.gif.503d73ce4dde1e946b1b73863f294e82.gifCOMMUNICATION TO ALL PILOTS !
We apologize to all players for last night's problems, because it's not our style to
"leave friends behind.." 😄

We solved the Mistery.... In the Server It was mounted (for a misleading with the Server manager) the  CLIFF starting by a Tobruk Complete Version...
Therefore also Old Missions required Tobruk Pack.

Moreover we Checked the Mission, that was correct (with all references to Tobruk cancelled).
On the other side the Server Program problem (in the hurry) was unexpected.🤔

As Murphy's Laws say:
"Anything that can possibly go wrong, does." 🥴

We wait for you next Week for another Mission over London (well checked this time😇 )
Amazing pictures of Shot Down Luftwaffe Planes during the Battle of Britain

 

 

 

 


 
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017.gif.503d73ce4dde1e946b1b73863f294e82.gifCOMMUNICATION TO ALL PILOTS !
We apologize to all players for last night's problems, we are analyzing the Log to understand the plot.

Due to the problems that occurred on the Server Side, despite ourselves, we believe it is right

 

to suspend the Campaign until a new order

 

when the Technical problems are absolutely resolved.

Certain of the understanding of all the pilots, we thank them for their participation so far.
We hope to inform you of the resumption of the Missions as soon as possible.

 

The ITALIANWING Teamsalute.png.88904b424cc4abf981fff4c31f0911e8.png

 

As Murphy's Laws say:
"Anything that can possibly go wrong, does..." 

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