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Beny

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  1. Situation: Circa – June 2015: After a recent bust of explosive goods, weapons and drugs from an Iranian freighter by Omani authorities UAE intelligence suspects an ISIS cell in the area of Khasab has started to gain serious traction. This is somewhat disputed however as the Omani ambassador has refused to comment on how much they know of the apparent emerging cell. Several other nations including the France, Germany, Australia and the US, the latter two operating out of the UAE against ISIS in Syria have also asked for information. Oman has revealed that appropriate countermeasures have been taken, but they are not willing to work with the UAE at the moment due to the spy ring exposed in 2012. Iran has also denied comment of the matter saying their authorities and border patrol knew nothing of the shipment. August 2015: A suicide bombing at a Mosque across the road from a school in Al Jeer on the UAE side of the Musadam Enclave border claimed the lives of 15 locals including several children. The bomber initially opened fire in the school before moving his attention to the mosque. After a brief gun fight with local police the bomber ran out of ammunition and detonated in the mosque killing all inside. Investigators revealed the weapon and explosives came from Oman. ISIS soon claimed responsibility. The UAE has demanded an explanation from Oman as to how this could happen but Oman has yet to comment. The UAE has since increased its military presence at their northern border with heightened security and patrols. September 2015: UAE Special Forces raided a cement factory in Dibba Al Fujairah on the Eastern side of the strait near the border and discovered a large amount of weapons including small arms, RPGs, DShKs, and a small amount of Iglas. The also killed several militants. The militants were identified as Iranian extremist from various parts of Iran, namely from Lar and the Zaheden to the Northeast bordering Afghanistan. In the following days several checkpoints around the centre of the strait were attacked. Omani news sources also report of several small skirmishes outside Khasab and around the Musadam Encalve. January 2016: Oman announces limited cooperation with the West against the will of Iran’s Ambassador. Their intelligence reveal what US and UAE intelligences feared. An ISIS cell has grown exponentially in the last few months. Whilst the enclave has been subject to minor attacks the cell appears to be focusing their efforts in the UAE. The cell, although fundamentally following ISIS’ Salafi Sunni extremism, also has religious ties and financial support from other salafi groups such as Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. Febuary 2016: In the weeks following Oman’s public declaration of limited support ISIS has declared an expansion of their caliphate to the Strait of Hormuz. Soon after several suicide bombings and skirmishes with UAE forces begin to break out. Civilians start to flee northern UAE to the south. UAEAF F-16s begin surgical strikes in and around the mountains on the southern border of Oman. Oman contest this vigorously and deploys Eurofighters of its own to counter the apparent aggression. March 2016: A UN General Assembly is called to discuss the rising ISIS threat on the Strait and the high tensions between the UAE and Oman. After some discussion Oman agreed to stop shipments from Iran for the time being in order to combat the supply of weapons to the cell on the strait. They also proposed to withdraw their Typhoons if the UAE did the same with their F-16s. The UAE refused. A compromised was met when both sides agreed to withdraw their own air forces and allow an extension of the Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF) between Australia and the United States to provide support, intelligence and strikes on both sides of the border to combat the threat. The USAF re-assigned the 74th Fighter Squadron and deployed them to Al Dhafra AFB. Australia limited their role to logistics due to parliamentary disputes. This symbolizes the launch of Operation Hormuz Integrity. Enemy Forces The cell has amassed quite the inventory. They are operating multiple AAAs guns, iglas and a very large amount of small arms. There is at least 20 plus militants in both the camps and an unknown amount throughout the rest of the peninsula. Friendly Forces CJTF forces are operating out of Al Dhafra in the form of several Mudhens, Mirages and Hornets. They are not involved in this operation. The UAE will be conducting airspace sanitation duties and will be on comms if the situation needs. Oman is currently letting the UAE handle the no fly zone this week, however you can expect them to alternate that duty throughout the week. Neutral Forces Iran to the north still maintains that it's airspace is OFF LIMITs to coalition aircraft and they are currently patrolling it vigorously. Take heed not to cross more then 10-20NM beyond the coast to avoid having their Phantoms or Migs vectored in. Mission: The opening week of the 74th arriving at Al Dharfra has been a busy one. Recon flights and SFs from Oman have tracked a large supply of arms to the south of Khasab. An initial estimate of terrorist involved in this operation is in the mid hundreds. Intel reports that the insurgents are planning on moving the new supplys south to an operations post they have. 4 hogs are to locate and destroy this convoy before it reaches it's location. Care must be taken however as Musadam is still populated, as such, the convoy should be tracked to an open road and eliminated there to reduce the risk of civilian casualties. The second objective is the destruction of the two camps SFs found. One of which is where the convoy is originating from. Once the camp has been beat down a bit Omani forces will move in and secure it. To the north in Khasab the Omanis have two mechanized platoons standing by to move in. To the south they also have to platoons to be dropped in by helos just to the east of the southern camp once the AA has been taken out. UAEAF Mirages will be flying CAP maintaining the no fly zone. Execution: The A-10s will be wheels up at 0740 and proceed along their flight plan. Both known camps will be programmed waypoints so spotting them should be easy. Start your search for the convoy at waypoint 2 and work south from there. They know moving a bunch of trucks through open ground is suspicious so you can expect them to be in a hurry. 1. Destroy the convoy using what munitions you see fit. Be mindful you still have two objectives after this. 2. Knock out the camp to the north at waypoint two. The Omani armor will move in once you have softened it up enough for them. When they do move watch your fire. They will be coming in from the north in Khasab. 3. Once the northern camp has been wiped out focus your efforts on the southern camp air defense. There are a few Iglas and AAA in and around the town. Once those have been knocked out the Omani choppers will push in from the north. You can expect them to arrive a LZ Chuckles to the east of town just beyond the spur 3 minutes after you knock out the last AA. Refer to the annexes below for recon as of 0430. Once your there special forces are on the ground to provide further talk on if required. The airspace should be sanitized however friendly aircraft are sill maintaining the no fly zone after the events of 2014 in the Ukraine. See the comms part below for information. Administration: Standard A-G doctrine applies. Maintain a flare heavy program and use them when running in on targets. Be vigilant as soon as you fence in as we only know of two camps and there maybe more through the strait. Loadout will be small. 2x Mk82s, rockets, a GBU-12 and full gun. The GAU is your greatest weapon. COMMUNICATIONS: ATC/CTAF is on 251.000Mhz GCI/Command: 254.000Mhz INTERCOM: At flight leaders discretion. Pointer (Southern SF Team): 120.000am Shaba (Northern SF Team): 121.000am SUPPORT: CASBAH will be on station to provide GCI 4x A-10Cs REAPER 1 2x M-2000s SPEEDY 1 CALLSIGN WAYPOINTS CALLSIGN Steerpoint 1 Steerpoint 2 Steerpoint 3 Steerpoint 4 Steerpoint 5 REAPER 1 FENCE IN NORTH CAMP SOUTH CAMP FENCE OUT APPROACH SPEEDY 1 FENCE IN East CAP WEST CAP FENCE OUT APPROACH Annex A, Northern Camp Annex B, Southern Camp ANNEX B, Flight Plan
  2. DCS Qualification Night

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    This will be a night where any outstanding members needing to be qualified can get the tickoff. Basic Flight Qual criteria includes Patterns Basic Brevity Formations Flight Dynamics/Theory RATEL The members part of the ANZTAC SQN that have not yet completed basic flight includes Hells Jinx Jiare In order to have a full flight status and flight lead privileges you must also complete either a A-A qual or A-G qual A-A Criteria includes Terminology Brevity and Venacular 1v1 Guns 2v1 Guns 2vX BvR A-G Currently Includes Termonolgy Attack Types 2 v Ground In future JTAC and other details will be added Pretty much everyone is almost done with A-A with the only one subject which is BvR left to be covered
  3. DCS Training Night

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    Dissimilar 2v1 BFM Fighter maneuvers as a 2-Ship element engaging a single adversary from multiple geometrys (Defensive and Neutral) and various airframes. Aggressor aircraft will include the F-15, SU-27, F5E and Mirage 2000. Airframes training will be conducted in will be M-2000s and F-15s. Only two trainees can be engaged at one time while instruction is taking place. Spectators will alternate whilst being provided explanation of dos and don'ts by an instructor. Aggressor pilots include Beny and Elo and possibly DC. Mission will be a custom mission taking place on Causcaus. As Persian Gulf maybe out at this time I might see if I can do up an iteration on that map too if time permits. If we have enough time we may move onto 2v2 BFM.
  4. DCS Training Night

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    A-A Tactics and employment training. Training will hone pre-established skills in 2vX air to air scenarios. Online whiteboard maybe be used for revision. After that it will be a largely workshop style training session where trainees will move among themselves in the standard TTI mission whilst being provided instruction by Beny overlooking the situation.
  5. 107th Event

    Offensive Counter Air done by F14s? Outback isn't there. I'm going to assume it's whatever airframe we want to fly. I'll ask butterfly. We're in A10s. Can op for other airframes if we want.
  6. 107th Event

    Good question.
  7. An attempt at the finger 4 formation

    Particularly like the top down shot. That is tight. Well done.
  8. DCS Community Night

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    DCS COMMUNITY NIGHT Community night for public players and ANZTAC members. The Mission will be custom created. This is a re-run of the Tac from Mid Feb. All flights will be directed by GCI callsigns "Wedgy or Darkstar". 1830hrs 28 March 18 ORBAT: Type your name into the spot you want - AWACs/AFAC and Flight Leads are reserved for members Labels and external views will be off. Auto JTAC will be off as well as randomly spawned A-A threats. This is to ensure a realistic sense of air superiority is maintained (No MIGs spawning 20NM next to unprotected A-10s). All flights are to be conducted in a professional manner. Teamwork on this night isn't just encouraged, it's compulsory. It is recommended that everybody flies with a wingman. SRS will be the primary mode of communications. Teamspeak will only be used for initial flight briefings and troubleshooting if necessary. A Strike Mission will be the objective. More details on those objectives will be added to this post as the information comes in. Fighters such as the F-15 and Mirage will be providing BARCAP (Barrier Combat Air Patrol). This is a CAP that is placed to protect friendly assets. If a large number of fighters is present than a Fighter Sweep may also be conducted by another flight. Situation: Soganlug air base and the surrounding area is currently occupied by well equipped insurgent forces. This comes after Tbilisi fell to enemy forces about a week before. Enemy forces have already started to move aircraft such as Mig-21s, 23s and SU-20s into the area in an attempt to shorten their response time to the frontline to the West. They have also begun to move heavy armor and APCs into the area for transit to the West. If these tanks get through it will make it difficult to maintain the technological edge in the ground war. Mission: The packages primary mission is Offensive Counter Air. Destroy parked enemy aircraft and their infrastructure at the air base. The secondary objective is Interdiction. Destroy their armor, apcs and their support vehicles before they are able to move them into cover and then out to the West. SPEEDY 1 will be providing the initial S/DEAD for the Op. S2 reports several Tors and possible Tunguskas. Vampire 1 will be tasked with the primary OCA. They are to destroy the parked enemy aircraft at Soganlug and if time permits, destroy the surrounding infrastructure. Reaper is tasked with interdiction on the armor convoy. Currently the reinforcements are stopping off at an insurgent training camp as of 0500 today. You should be able to catch them at the camp. Edge will be providing BARCAP to the West. They are to PATROL the area and only engage enemy aircraft if they are approaching weapons parameters. Greedy will conduct a fighter sweep and are cleared to engage aircraft at their own discretion. Dragon will be operating out of an SF FARP to the South West. If they are availble they will provide sustained fire on both the air base and the enemy camp if they can get eyes. SPYGLASS will be an AFAC A-10 on station to guide friendly units in on targets and callout any potential developments. EXECUTION: All callsigns are to follow their respective flight plans. VAMPIRE, SPEEDY and REAPER are to all use their respective IPs to start their attacks to ensure order in the airspace. All A-G runs are to be done with either standard A-G tactics, or as directed by Spy Glass. Edge is to maintain the BARCAP for as long as fuel permits. Greedy is permited to cycle between FS1. 2 and 3 at their own discrestion. A Hard deck of 15,000ft is reccommended to reduce fuel consumption. All transit flights are to be conducted at 31,000ft. ADMIN AND LOG: Ideally the AFAC will be on station at all times. However, if by the time of wheels up this will not be the case the Harriers are to switch out with Snakeyes and conduct a NOE Strike once the area is deemed clear of SAMs. THERE WILL BE NO RESPAWN. Don't be a Goose. COMMUNICATIONS: ATC/CTAF is on 251.000Mhz GCI: 254.000Mhz Air to Ground Net: 124.000Mhz INTERCOM: At flight leaders discretion. TEXACO: 255.000Mhz TCN 1X SUPPORT: Callsign TEXACO will be on station north of Bulls to provide vul time support. DARKSTAR/WEDGY will be on station to provide GCI SPYGLASS if availible will be west of the AO providing AFAC and talk on to targets. 4x A-10Cs Reaper 1 INTERDICTION 4x M-2000cs Capitole OCA 4x F-15Cs Edge 1 BARCAP 4x AV8Bs Vampire 1 OCA 4x F-15Cs Greedy 1 Fighter Sweep 2x KA-50s Dragon 1 AUX CAS CALLSIGN WAYPOINTS CALLSIGN Steerpoint 1 Steerpoint 2 Steerpoint 3 Steerpoint 4 Steerpoint 5 REAPER 1 FENCE IN IP NORTH INTERDICT IP SOUTH FENCE OUT CAPITOLE 1 FENCE IN IP NORTH NOE OCA IP SOUTH FENCE OUT VAMPIRE 1 FENCE IN IP NORTH OCA STRIKE IP SOUTH FENCE OUT EDGE 1 FENCE IN BARCAP NORTH BARCAP SOUTH FENCE OUT GREEDY 1 FS1 - Fighter Sweep 1 FS2 - Fighter Sweep 2 FS3 - Fighter Sweep 3 FS4 - Fighter Sweep 4 ANNEXES: SOGANLUG AFB TRAINING CAMP RECOMMENDED READING if you don't speak air-force pilot SRS Radio Frequencies A-G Terminology Common Brevity Formations Overhead Break/Initial and Pitch Approach There isn't a singular start time for this operation. Muster will be at 6pm. If you and your flight is ready to go before 6:30 then go for it. BARCAP and DEAD Flights should depart ASAP.
  9. DCS Community Night

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    It is technically open to everyone however a moderate amount of experience will be required. Especially for the A-10s. The A-10s will taking JTAC/AFAC instructions to go along with their fragged orders so it will require understanding of how to take and use that information efficiently. An easy role will be the SU-25s as their primary role will be DEAD. However whilst easy it is also an incredibly important job.
  10. DCS Community Night

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    DCS COMMUNITY NIGHT Community night for public players and ANZTAC members. The Mission will be custom created. All flights will be directed by GCI callsigns "Wedgy or Darkstar". Labels and external views will be off. Auto JTAC will be off as well as randomly spawned A-A threats. This is to ensure a realistic sense of air superiority is maintained (No MIGs spawning 20NM next to unprotected A-10s). All flights are to be conducted in a professional manner. Teamwork on this night isn't just encouraged, it's compulsory. It is recommended that everybody flies with a wingman. SRS will be the primary mode of communications. Teamspeak will only be used for initial flight briefings and troubleshooting if necessary. A Strike Mission will be the objective. More details on those objectives will be added to this post as the information comes in. Fighters such as the F-15 and Mirage will be providing BARCAP (Barrier Combat Air Patrol). This is a CAP that is placed to protect friendly assets. If a large number of fighters is present than a Fighter Sweep may also be conducted by another flight. Situation: Soganlug air base and the surrounding area is currently occupied by well equipped insurgent forces. This comes after Tbilisi fell to enemy forces about a week before. Enemy forces have already started to move aircraft such as Mig-21s, 23s and SU-20s into the area in an attempt to shorten their response time to the frontline to the West. They have also begun to move heavy armor and APCs into the area for transit to the West. If these tanks get through it will make it difficult to maintain the technological edge in the ground war. Mission: The packages primary mission is Offensive Counter Air. Destroy parked enemy aircraft and their infrastructure at the air base. The secondary objective is Interdiction. Destroy their armor, apcs and their support vehicles before they are able to move them into cover and then out to the West. SPEEDY 1 will be providing the initial S/DEAD for the Op. S2 reports several Tors and possible Tunguskas. Vampire 1 will be tasked with the primary OCA. They are to destroy the parked enemy aircraft at Soganlug and if time permits, destroy the surrounding infrastructure. Reaper is tasked with interdiction on the armor convoy. Currently the reinforcements are stopping off at an insurgent training camp as of 0500 today. You should be able to catch them at the camp. Edge will be providing BARCAP to the West. They are to PATROL the area and only engage enemy aircraft if they are approaching weapons parameters. Greedy will conduct a fighter sweep and are cleared to engage aircraft at their own discretion. Dragon will be operating out of an SF FARP to the South West. If they are availble they will provide sustained fire on both the air base and the enemy camp if they can get eyes. SPYGLASS will be an AFAC A-10 on station to guide friendly units in on targets and callout any potential developments. EXECUTION: All callsigns are to follow their respective flight plans. VAMPIRE, SPEEDY and REAPER are to all use their respective IPs to start their attacks to ensure order in the airspace. All A-G runs are to be done with either standard A-G tactics, or as directed by Spy Glass. Edge is to maintain the BARCAP for as long as fuel permits. Greedy is permited to cycle between FS1. 2 and 3 at their own discrestion. A Hard deck of 15,000ft is reccommended to reduce fuel consumption. All transit flights are to be conducted at 31,000ft. ADMIN AND LOG: Ideally the AFAC will be on station at all times. However, if by the time of wheels up this will not be the case the Harriers are to switch out with Snakeyes and conduct a NOE Strike once the area is deemed clear of SAMs. THERE WILL BE NO RESPAWN. Don't be a Goose. COMMUNICATIONS: ATC/CTAF is on 251.000Mhz GCI: 254.000Mhz Air to Ground Net: 124.000Mhz INTERCOM: At flight leaders discretion. TEXACO: 255.000Mhz TCN 1X SUPPORT: Callsign TEXACO will be on station north of Bulls to provide vul time support. DARKSTAR/WEDGY will be on station to provide GCI SPYGLASS will be west of the AO providing AFAC and talk on to targets. 4x A-10Cs Reaper 1 INTERDICTION 4x SU-25Ts Speedy 1 S/DEAD 4x F-15Cs Edge 1 BARCAP 4x AV8Bs Vampire 1 OCA 4x F-15Cs Greedy 1 Fighter Sweep 2x KA-50s Dragon 1 AUX CAS CALLSIGN WAYPOINTS CALLSIGN Steerpoint 1 Steerpoint 2 Steerpoint 3 Steerpoint 4 Steerpoint 5 REAPER 1 FENCE IN IP NORTH INTERDICT IP SOUTH FENCE OUT SPEEDY 1 FENCE IN IP NORTH S/DEAD IP SOUTH FENCE OUT VAMPIRE 1 FENCE IN IP NORTH OCA STRIKE IP SOUTH FENCE OUT EDGE 1 FENCE IN BARCAP NORTH BARCAP SOUTH FENCE OUT GREEDY 1 FS1 - Fighter Sweep 1 FS2 - Fighter Sweep 2 FS3 - Fighter Sweep 3 FS4 - Fighter Sweep 4 ANNEXES: SOGANLUG AFB TRAINING CAMP RECOMMENDED READING if you don't speak air-force pilot SRS Radio Frequencies A-G Terminology Common Brevity Formations Overhead Break/Initial and Pitch Approach There isn't a singular start time for this operation. Muster will be at 7pm. If you and your flight is ready to go before 7:30 then go for it. BARCAP and DEAD Flights should depart ASAP.
  11. DCS World 2.5 Open Beta Out NOW

    Afghanistan? Ohhhhh boy this is news to me. And yes, the new FLIR tech will be implemented alongside the ATFLIR coming with the Hornet
  12. Air To Ground Terms and Tips Solo operations are not recommended however they are common. As such these steps should be followed to ensure that the attack is successful Scan the target area thoroughly. Ensure you know what you’re rolling in on. BTRs and Heavy Tanks can bring down any unsuspecting aircraft if they aren’t careful. This includes checking your RWR for any SAM Threats. When running in on a target for a guns or rocket run keep your velocity vector above or on the horizon until you’re only 2NM out. Then drop your nose and put your gun cross over the target. This is easy in the A-10 as the gun already has a downward angel. Likewise with the SU-25T Gun pods which can be slewed down. Always avoid overflying your target location as it will make it easy for any turreted weapon to target you. Common Calls Some common calls and stages of attack when utilising an A-G platform (Excluding ordinance brevity) Anchor Point - Usually a point designated by the flight lead where aircraft will orbit whilst they scan for a target or are called in. Doesn't necessarily have to be a point of its own. Anchor points can be designated at Fence In Points or IPs. FENCE IN/OUT - A steerpoint on the edge of the combat area where the aircraft should be set into a combat state. Actually a mnemonic for Fire Control System, ECM, Navigation, Communications, Emmiters. IP - Initial Point - This is the point at which the attack starts from. When an aircraft is en-route to this position, the call “IP INBOUND” is made. IN/Rolling In - This is the point where an aircraft reaches the necessary IP. A direction from the target, the weapon being used and the target and an easy reference. (Example: “1 is rolling in from the East for Guns on BTR north of river”) Off/Outbound - This is the call when the attack is complete or aborted. Called when exiting the target area along with a direction. (Example: “1 is off to the North”) Reset - Called when the aircraft has cleared the target area and is resetting for another run. (Example: “1 is resetting”) Attack Stages
  13. Please unban me

    Want3d You've shot down friendlies more than once. I've noticed your destructive antics for over a week now and you have been noted on our logs. If it were accidental then you should first learn how to identify friendly aircraft before playing online. Some aircraft require up to 10 minutes on the ramp before they are airborn. To be shot down after going through the effort of a start up is no fun. You actually went off line before I could ban you myself. As such, you will remained banned for another day by which time it will be lifted. If you do it again you will be banned again for a period of 1 week. Take this time to first learn how to fly the aircraft properly in single player before going into a multiplayer environment. Youtube is a great source of information. Beny
  14. This is a write up on the brevity 1. “Fox – 1” Semi-active AA Missile Launch (AIM-7/R-27R/Super 530D) 2. “Fox – 2” Infrared AA Missile Launch (AIM-9/R-73/R-27T/Magic II) 3. “Fox – 3” Active Radar AA Missile Launch (AIM-120/R-77) 4. “Maddog” Missile fired without radar or seeker acquisition, includes flood mode launches 5.“Medium” Launch of a missile at a target between 10,000 and 25,000ft. E.g. "Fox 3 Medium" 6. RWR Threats (Nails - Air Search Radar, Dirt - Ground Search Radar), E.g. "Nails 29", "Dirt SA6". 7. "Spike/Buddyspike" - Tracked or Launch Air Radar. E.g. "Spiked 29" 9. "Singer" - Launch Indication of a ground radar e.g. "Singer SA6" 10. "Bandit" – Confirmed Hostile 11. "Bogey" – Unknown Contact 12. "Friendly" – Duh 13. "Bulls"- Short for Bullseye 14. "Pit-bull" - Missile has switched over to active guidance/"gone active" 15. “Bullseye” – Common reference point for all allied aircraft Given in a bearing and range (In NM and Ft of US AWACS, Km and m for Russian) relative to bullseye Bogey is at Bulls 180, 60 Miles, or 180 for 60. Means a bogey is 60NM south proper of the bullseye This can be done with any aircraft by entering the map and using the ruler scale at the top left of the screen. Some may have the ability to display this with their onboard instruments. 16. “Shooter” – The aircraft in the element who is currently designated to deploy ordinance. 17. “Pickle” – Bomb Release. 18. “Magnum” – Anti-Radiation Missile Launch (KH-58, HARM, SIDEARM) 19. “Rifle” – ATGM Missile Launch (Maverick, KH-25ML, Vikhr) 20. “Guns”, “Guns Guns Guns” – Use of the cannon on a ground target. 21. “Lead” - Contains two meanings. The first being the Flight Leader. This is the individual in charge of the group of aircraft. The second being “tac lead”, otherwise known as 'The Shooter'. This is a fluid term that is used when a flight of aircraft is engaged in a flight. Generally, whoever is being engaged/is shooter is the tac lead, whilst the other aircraft is acting as “wing”/support. The person who is in tac lead commands the fight as they have the most amount of Situational Awareness. EXAMPLE OF WASTED ORDINANCE DUE TO NO COMMUNICATION:
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