DCS, Snowfox, Airfiled Strike, phase 1

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Hammer
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DCS, Snowfox, Airfiled Strike, phase 1

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I will, if I have time, post a mission card here. This will be the beginning of at least a 2 night mission of striking Havardarya and Bandar Abbas. The initial packages will be air superiority, SEAD, and recon for later target assignments to strike packages.

If I do not have time to produce a mission card a FRAGO will be issued at the beginning of the mission.
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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WARNORD-05242022-1
Airfield strike Bandar Abbas and Havadarya

Phase 1 to commence at 1800 Pacific, 5/25/2022 on RLG DCS Server, comms via ts.rlgaming.com teamspeak3 server
Phase 1 will consist of Air Superiority, DEAD, and Recon
Phase 2 will strike the airfield targets based upon recon data from phase 1

Commanders' intent is to reduce SAM/AAA to allow for detailed reconnaissance of Bandar Abbas (primary) and Havadarya (secondary) from the air to allow follow on strikes at these airfields. Reducing the operational capability of these airfields will cripple the enemy's air capability.

DEAD: Voodoo will draw out and engage enemy SAM installations in the Bandar Abbas area. Anti-radiation missiles and laser designated munitions are to be used. Close in self protect AA armament. Escort to be provided by Ares. Minimal 3 air frames.

ESCORT/CAP: Ares primary mission to escort and protect Voodoo and Blackbird. Maximal A2A loadout. Minimal 2 airframes.

RECON: Blackbird: once DEAD mission has commenced Blackbird is to begin recon of Bandar Abbas airfield proper. Primary targets of concern are ammo and fuel facilities, along with AAA and SAM emplacements. Secondary target is Havadarya with the same target list. Use targeting pod to record snapshots of targets. Minimal 2 airframes.
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Copy that... Ill try and be on about 15 min prior too.
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Recon of Havardya AB complete:

Havardya Airbase
havardya.jpg

Admin buildings
admin.jpg

Bunkers/Storage
bunkers.jpg
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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F-5Es:
f-5.jpg
Hangar with Aircraft:
hangar.jpg
Mission tape (recon at 16:22)


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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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are those cropped/resized? if so can you email me the full size pics?

decent overview, intel can find some targets there to get precise coordinates for precision gps munitions.
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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The Peeping Tom strikes again!

Here are other images in white hot angle (previous was black hot) with GPS coordinates:

Hangar, DMPI-1=N 27:09.49 E 56:09.68 elevation 67 ft MSL
dmpihangar.jpg
Hangar with Aircraft, DMPI-2=N 27:09.49 E 56:09.68 elevation 67 ft MSL
dmpihangaraircraft.jpg
Centroid of Runway, DMPI-3= N 27:09.44 E 56:10.01 elevation 51 ft MSL
dmpirwy.jpg
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Admin building, DMPI-4= N 27:09.85 E 56:11.31 elevation 114 ft MSL
dmpiadmin.jpg
Centroid of ramp with F-5Es, DMPI-5= N 27:09.43 E 56:10.65 elevation 51 ft MSL
dmpif5centroid.jpg
Single F-5, DMPI-6=N 27:09345 E 56:10.70 elevation 51 ft MSL
dmpif5-1.jpg
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Single F-5E, DMPI-7= N 27:09.43 E 56:10.70 elevation 51 ft MSL
dmpif5-2.jpg
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Another Peeping Tom mission:

Bandar Abbas AB:

Aircraft: DMPI-1 N 27:14.04 E 56:23.85 elevation 34 ft MSL
dmp1-ammo.jpg
Aircraft: N 27:13.98 E 56:22.99 elevation 24 ft MSL
dmp1-2 aircraft.jpg
Aircraft: N 27:13.96 E 56:23.03 elevation 22 ft MSL
dmpi3-aircraft.jpg
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Aircraft: DMPI-4 N 27:14.14 E 56:23.22 elevation 23 ft MSL
dmpi4-aircraft.jpg
Flanker: DMPI-4a N27:14.14 E 56:23.22 elevation 23 ft MSL
dmpi4-flanker.jpg
Storage: DMPI-5 N 27:14.58 E 56:23.34 elevation 29 ft MSL
dmpi5-storage.jpg
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Hangar: DMPI-6 N 27:14.42 E 56:23.18 elevation 51 ft MSL
dmpi6-hangars.jpg
Ammo Dump: DMPI 7 N 27:14.06 E 56:23.76 21 ft MSL
dmpi7-ammo.jpg
Bunkers: DMPI 8 N27:14.04 E 56:23.85 elevation 34 ft MSL
dmpi-8bunkers.jpg
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Bunker: DMPI-9 N27:14.04 E 56:23.85 elevation 34 ft MSL
dmpi9-bunkers.jpg
v6,
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Peeping Tom Mission: Bandar Abbas AB Storage Depots

DMPI-2 N27:14.00 E 56:23.73 elevation 25 ft MSL
dmpi-2 storage.jpg
DMPI-3 N 27:13/95 E 56:23.79 elevation 27 ft MSL
dmpi-3 storage.jpg
DMPI-4 N 27:13.98 E 56:23.81 elevation 30 ft MSL
dmpi-4 storage.jpg
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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DMPI-5 N 27:14.02 E 56:23.83 elevation 21 ft MSL
dmpi-5 storage.jpg
DMPI-6 N 27:14.05 E 56:23.85 elevation 22 ft MSL
dmpi-6 storage.jpg
DMPI-7 N 27:14.08 E 56:23.87 elevation 25 ft MSL
dmpi-7 storage.jpg
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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DMPI-8 N 27:13.95 E 56:23.87 elevation 23 ft MSL
dmpi-8 storage.jpg
DMPI-9 N 27:13.96 E 56:23.88 elevation 30 ft MSL
dmpi-9 storage.jpg
Aircraft:

DMPI-1 N 27:13.94 E 56:22.98 elevation 23 ft MSL
dmpi-1 ac.jpg
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Just a thought- I had to look through the post in here to find out what flight sim you all may be playing and I came up with

DCS World Steam Edition
RELEASE DATE:
Mar 18, 2018

CONTENT FOR THIS GAME
DCS: South Atlantic$69.99
DCS: AH-64D$64.99
DCS: F/A-18C Hornet
-30%$79.99$55.99
DCS: F-14A/B Tomcat
-25%$79.99$59.99
DCS: Supercarrier
-30%$39.99$27.99

Is this the only flight sim you all play?
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Some of us play IL-2, but I don't know if it's been for awhile.

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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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I play IL-2 quite often with Jedi but RLG as a group hasn't played IL-2 for several years now.
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Re: Wed, 25 May DCS

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Okay thanks - I got to free up some disk space to try the free version of DCS World Steam Edition - and there is quite a bit of Il-2 games on Steam - which one is the most popular?
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