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Category: Recruiting Office 7 months ago

Hello all,


My callsign: Dutch

Age: 36 years 

From: As the name already tells, the Netherlands

DCS : Flying for at least 2-3 years, 

Favorite modules: Mi8,Ka50(primary)

Sim experience: I also fly fixed wing (F16&AV8B) with another EU group, i played milsim Arma 3.                       

Timezone: +1h CET

Internet: 60Mbps

Hardware: Track-IR, Warthog stick&throttle

Expactation with BSD: I hope to learn a lot, meet new people and have fun. Flying with a group makes a simulator a lot better.

                                With DCS bringing out some new chopper modules this year i'like to +1up my Chopper game here.

Available: During the week days at around 18:00z till 21:00z, weekends this is more flexible

About me: I work full-time as a warehouse manager. I like to play videogames and DCS has always kept me interested. I am waiting for the Mi24, thats why i want to learn

                the indepth stuff about the ka50. I am respectfull, not afraid to say what i think. I like to joke and have fun. Always try to help others. My hobbies are RC, photography, drawing,

                food and videogames. This in short sums it all up, if you like to know more you can always hit me up on Discord. 


  • Re: Dutch

    by » 7 months ago

    Welcome Dutch! 

    Nice write up, EU is most active from 1700z and on so the times should match up for you. Weekends are good as well.

    First thing first we will set up an introduction flight with you. It can be any time that you and an Unit trainer or Instructor pilot are free.

    It gives you a good chance to see what we do, how we do and make up your mind if it is for you.
    It also gives us a good chance to see where you are with your skills and what if anything you need to work on.
    Very informal just a flight around the base and maybe a flight out to a ship and back. A chance to chat and get to know each other.

    Once you decide you like what you see, you will be asked to join as a trainee. You will have access to all the documents and information to help you advance and learn the helicopters you fly.

    The readiness level progression starts at RL3 and moves to RL1. We ask you at least attend twice a month to stay current on the training.
    The more you are here and active the more you will learn and advance.

    There are many knowledgeable pilots to help you along the way, any questions you have feel free to ask.

    So let's start the first step and get a good time to do an introduction flight.

    With BSD having both US and EU time zone flights even if you work odd hours you will be able to catch one flight or another.

    Welcome to the BSD.

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