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WEEK LONG LIFT OPS-NOW UNTIL 5/31

WEEK LONG LIFT OPS-NOW UNTIL 5/31

WEEK LONG LIFT OPS

INITIATED:  5/24/19

COMMANDERS INTENTIONS:  

This mission is designed to fill in the weeknights that there are no other scheduled missions, and to provide a more structured basis with some real goals to accomplish during recreational style flight. It's intended to get BSD pilots flying together more, and to put some skin in the game by bringing in the concept of success or failure. And by doing so encourage a bit more careful planning.


CONCEPT:  

1. BSD IS OPERATING OUT OF HAVADARYA AIRFIELD AND WILL CONDUCT LIFT HELICOPTER TASKS AS ASSIGNED/REQUESTED.

2. TASKS WILL PRIMARILY CONSIST OF MOVING TROOPS AND CARGO.  

3. EACH TASK IS DESCRIBED INDEPENDENTLY IN ITS OWN AMR. THEY ARE NOT RELATED TO EACH OTHER, AND THE REQUIREMENTS OF EACH TASK ARE COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.  

4. AT PRESENT THERE ARE SEVEN AMR'S TO BE FULFILLED. 


INTENDED WORKFLOW:

1. PILOTS GET TOGETHER AND DECIDE TO GO AFTER ONE OF THE TASKS. THE LOOK AT THE AVAILABLE AMR'S HERE:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/18-snK78onxkXswKoheF7q_5qsT4PiSLO?usp=sharing    

2. WHEN AN AMR IS CHOSEN, THEY RENAME THE AMR FROM ITS ORIGINAL NAME TO (FOR EXAMPLE) "UNDERWAY 101 HAVADARYA"

3. THE PILOTS PLAN THEIR MISSION, LIKE ANY OTHER MISSION.  YOU MAY USE THE KNEEBOARD PACKET TEMPLATE IF DESIRED. ROUTING IN MOST CASES WILL BE LoS/RUDIMENTARY. 

4. THE PILOTS BRIEF THEIR PLAN.  IT SHOULD INCLUDE:

A. Weight considerations (esp with sling loads)

B. A fuel management strategy. 

C. A cargo loading plan.

D. Flight route, formation, spacing, altitude.

E. An approach plan to either drop cargo or land.

F. The DCS specifics involved. Some AMR's describe cargo that's already there.  Some require it to be spawned via CTLD. There are also specific instructions related to troops.  ** Follow the specific instructions in the AMR.** 

5. PILOTS EXECUTE THE MISSION.

6. WHEN COMPLETE, THE AMR IS RENAMED TO (FOR EXAMPLE) "101 HAVADARYA COMPLETED"  

7. THE FLIGHT LEAD OR HIS DESIGNEE WILL FILL OUT THE FEW SECTIONS OF THE AMR MARKED IN BLUE. 


I WILL BE KEEPING A TALLY OF SCORES KNOWN AS "MISSION SUCCESS POINTS."  

SCORES WILL DEPEND ON HOW MANY PILOTS ARE PARTICIPATING.

EACH PILOT PARTICIPATING EARNS THE MISSION SUCCESS POINTS.

1 PILOT = 1 POINT PER CARGO/TROOPS DELIVERED.

3 PILOTS = 3 POINTS PER CARGO/TROOPS DELIVERED.

e.g

A single pilot flying alone transports four crates.  He earns four success points.

Four pilots each transport a crate, three crates arrive successfully.  Each pilot earns 12 out of a possible 16 success points.  

So it's in your interest to fly together guys.  

Let's Go!  

Event Properties

Event Date 05-31-2019
Mission End Date 05-31-2019
Capacity 16
Registered 0
Available place 16
Created By Augustus Fargo
Creator Fargo
Expected Flight Hours MANY
Time Zone Romeo
Alpha Callsign Diamond
Alpha Aircraft type INOP
Alpha Size 4
Bravo Aircraft type INOP
Charlie Aircraft type INOP
Delta Aircraft type INOP
Echo Aircraft type INOP
Foxtrot Aircraft type INOP
Location Persian Gulf
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