Public Mission: MIG ALLEY

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Public Mission: MIG ALLEY

Beitrag von Woodstock » 26. Mär 2008, 15:46

Can AWACS without datalink really help you build SA?
Are you able to keep your cool WVR?
Eastern and Western Fulcrums await you for a ride...!
...down the "MIG ALLEY"!


Mission Briefing

16 vs. 16 Air-To-Air BVR MISSION

Settings: Full Real

Server Rules:
- No pings of 400 or greater. Check your ping and if neccessary, leave voluntarily or you might be kicked without pre-warning.
- No cheating, no LOPEd loadouts. Violators will be banned!
- Vulching allowed
- For takeoff and landing always use the runway most nearly aligned with the wind.
- DO NOT TAKE OFF FROM TAXIWAYS OR APRONS! Violators will be kicked!
- For best gaming experience use our public Teamspeak2 server for comms and the JaBoG32-ATC-Client for AWACS/GCI.
See download and connection infos down at the end of this briefing.

- RULE No.1: HAVE FUN and respect the other players!
LockOn is the best game because of the great people that play it. Keep up the spirit and values of the community!

Weather Briefing:
- Season: Spring
- Mission Start Time: 0800 local
- Temperature: +15°C
- Visibility: 30 km
- Clouds: Few at 3300 ft
- Wind: 270°/15 kt

Runways in use:
- Krasnodar-Pashkovskij: 23R/L
- Majkop: 22
- Sochi-Adler: BLACK (Closed)
- Gudauta: 33
- Sukhumi: 30

Mission Background:
The Russian Airforce (Red Side) and the German Airforce (Blue Side) are both trying to establish air superiority over the Caucasian Mountains and the Russian-Georgian Border.

- Conduct Fighter Sweeps into Enemy Territory
- Establish Air Superiority overhead Waypoint 1
- Engage Enemy Support Aircraft (AWACS)
- Protect Friendly Support Aircraft (AWACS)

Flyable Aircraft
(in order of appearance in the respective aircraft list):
Red Coalition (Russia)
8 x MiG-29A from Majkop Airbase
8 x MiG-29A from Krasnodar-Pashkovskij International Airport

Blue Coalition (Germany)
8 x MiG-29A from Gudauta Airbase
8 x MiG-29A from Sukhumi Airbase

- Both sides have AI AWACS available. MiG-29As are not equipped with datalink.
- Both sides have SAM sites covering their airbases and the borderline.
- Sochi-Adler International Airport is not useable because of enemy SAM coverage and construction work on the runways.

Gameplay Hints:
- If you crash on an airbase without exploding, DO NOT EJECT! Please quit the mission completely
and rejoin from the menu, or you will leave debris on the tarmac and endanger other players.
- If the AWACS voice annoys you, go to OPTIONS, AUDIO and turn down RADIO volume to about 10%.
- If the RWR volume annoys you, you can adjust it with Alt-,(Comma) and Alt-.(Period).
- Aircraft System Failures: If you lose a more or less important system of your aircraft in flight, it must not neccessarily be due to weapon damage. All systems might fail at a fairly realistic probability rate.
- Bullseye for both sides is Waypoint 1. Coordinates: N42°53`26`` E40°18`45``


End of briefing

Teamspeak2 info:
For enhanced gameplay, use voicecomms to coordinate your flying with other teammates!
vJaBoG32 Public TS Server:
Password: euffi200

vJaBoG32 ATC Client info:
For AWACS/GCI simulation, use our ATC tool by JaBoG32_Zillion!
Connection info:
Radar Server IP:
Login: "your name"
Password: atcclient

In the menu, chose your side (red or blue) and select ALL available radar units and airport radars by clicking on them with Ctrl-Key held down.
Attention: You can not log in to the ATC client while flying on the LockOn server at the same time. This is to prevent cheating by pilots that use multiple computers. The ATC server will kick you when you try to fly and to use the ATC client simultaneously.
So it is either flying OR controlling! Teamspeak is the only way of communication between controllers and allied pilots.

Have fun!



4. Resources

- Teamspeak 2:

- Hyperlobby:

- ATC / GCI / AWACS Software by JaBoG32_Zillion: ... 22&lang=en

- For enhanced gameplay and realism, use voicecomms and brevity code to coordinate your flying with other teammates! ... revity.pdf

- Know where you are in the LockOn theatre of operations by looking here for some useful maps: ... 37&lang=en

- Prepare your flight by filling in all relevant info to your flightlog: ... 75&lang=en

- Or let this tool by Balu automatically create a ready-to-fly flightlog for you: ... 49&lang=en

- Fly safe and never forget to lower your gear again by using checklists for LockOn: ... 74&lang=en

- Record ACMI files of your flights for a detailed visualized debriefing with TacView: ... 20&lang=en
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