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    I would like to join the CAW1 as a Hornet pilot.

    I have a decent experience on the aircraft.
    I can manage CASE 1 recoveries, Air Refueling and a bit of Air to Air combat; no experience yet in Air to Ground though.
    I'm at GMT 0:00 time zone (Europe).

    I have long time experience in flight sims, since European Air War, Jane's WWII Fighters, iL-2 Sturmovik all series, FSX and lately iL-2 The Great Battles. I started with DCS a few months ago, mostly to get experienced in modern jet carrier ops.

    The main reason for joining the squadron is to learn together with other experienced pilots and obviously to enjoy flying with other people. So if there is any vacancy, I'd like to join.
    Thank you.

  • #2
    Cool. You found the forum. One of the Euro guys will be in touch soon.

    Welcome to the wing.

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    • #3
      Welcome, looking forward to fly with you!


      • #4
        Hi mate, welcome here.

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        • #5
          Welcome bud


          • #6
            Varjak please check PM's


            • #7
              Seen. Thanks!!


              • #8
                Please, just a question:
                I'm installing the open beta... I guess I will have to install the aircraft , supercarrier, and the terrains in the open beta too.
                Does this mean I will have to go through the downloading process again, or is there a simpler way by coping files from the "stable" version?...


                • #9
                  Ok, just in case someone needs to do the same, here is how:

                  Method 1) The hard way. Install the Open Beta from the remote server, then install your modules using the Open Beta interface. The updater will look for your "release" version and when found (if you are lucky) it will copy all necessary files from your original modules, then downloading only the new files for the Open Beta.

                  Method 2) Much easier and (most probably) faster. You make a copy of your "release" version with all your modules on it, and use the updater command prompt to update the whole install to Open Beta. Detailed instructions in this link Not advisable if you are not experienced with running Windows command lines.

                  I had already installed the Open Beta so I used Method 1. A bit time consuming, but it's ok.


                  • #10
                    Welcome Varjak! Excellent suggestions.


                    • #11
                      Hi, welcome, where are you based?


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by markturner View Post
                        Hi, welcome, where are you based?
                        I'm Portuguese, but at the moment based in Accra, Ghana. GMT 0:00.