Digital Combat Simulator: A-10C Warthog

Digital Combat Simulator: A-10C Warthog

theelous3 21 SEP 2012 a las 18:41
Low-mid skilled pilot, looking for someone to bounce my silly questions off :D
Hi there,
Very competent at all training tutorials, completed my first mission there, I've been going YT tutorial mad, devouring the manual and I'm hungry for more.
Loving this game, loving the detail, though I could use someone who is more familiar with the game to bounce a question or two off every now and then until I feel competent enough to fly multiplayer.

The reward? Helping a brotha out. And hell, I might just make a good wingman yet :D

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Void 22 SEP 2012 a las 12:55 

be sure to check out the
We at the FSF are a laid-back group that does not require any time commitment or a degree in rocket science.

I wasn't clear about this: Joining the FSF is absolutely free.


(Consider me biased, I'm a member there :) (Different nick though)
Última edición por Void; 24 SEP 2012 a las 8:31
theelous3 22 SEP 2012 a las 19:08 
Signed up for FSF :D
Though am afraid that I'll start jamming up the forum with questions like this:
(It's a quickie, I promise!)
The way I've learned to mark the primary objective, is to dial to mission, and create a new waypoint given the co-ords in the mission breif on the WP page of the CDU.
Eg. 41-58-47N / 041-59-0E
This is fine, no problem at all, but after completing that mission, the next one's co-ords are:

42-4-38N / 041-5452E

The easting is fine, but the northing seems odd I think.
I type the northing in to the CDU like so: "42438" and there is absolutely nothing there, and same for "424038."

I think I'm not formatting the second didgit correctly or something.
This is the mission in georgian hammer, where you've to take out rear echelon BMP-2's.
Void 23 SEP 2012 a las 3:59 
We all started like that (memories, memories, good times :D)
I never tried that mission, actually. What happens if you enter 42-04-38N or 42-40-38N instead of the original 42-4-38N?
The string you provided looks strange to me and the avionics computer can't tell what's correct, but only follows its logic and reads it as 42-43-80N (I guess), which is somewhere different altogether.

PS: I sent you a message on the FSF Boards. Welcome there!

Callsign: Super-
theelous3 23 SEP 2012 a las 14:08 
To anybody reading this, I highly reccomend the board Void mentioned. Signed up today and seems like a fantastic bunch of people :D
(Void/Super, sent you a pm back over there.)
Zelly 30 SEP 2012 a las 18:08 
Hey if you happen to be a Redditor come check us out at

We run multiplayer missions ranging from casual to milsim. We love teaching and helping out and we have dedicated "newb" nights to help get people in the air and effective in multiplayer.
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