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Zukker last won the day on March 3

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  1. Thank Fen!!! I had a blast as well! The briefing (although rather long) made me feel like I was to embark on a real WW2 mission. It certainly made it more immersive. I know how much work, blood, sweat and teeth grinding goes into creating a fantastic mission as this was. Can't wait till the next one! (Wink, wink, Nudge, Nudge.) Thanks so very much Fen!
  2. Count me in as a Mossie pilot or Navigator unless unforeseen circumstances prevent me for attending. Cheers
  3. Toad, My heart goes out to you. My Dad just had another "attack" and ended up in the hospital. Luckily they fixed him up and he is now back home. Dealing with family health issues are never fun and although with my Dad who is 87, health issues were not unexpected. My wife, on the other hand, has really changed my perspective and what I thought retirement would be. All the best Toad and I wish you much good will. Lui
  4. Thank you to all whom responded with kind words. I really have enjoyed being part of this community and your words of support mean a world to me right now. Luckily I have friends, neighbors, and family whom are around to support both my dad, my wife and myself in these challenging times.
  5. First of all I have missed flying with the Dogz for the last few months. Wingflyer and Artie convinced me to get back into sim-flying after being away from it for a long time wasting time with FPS's like Call of Duty and BattleField a few years back. I was a very lowly ranked beginner when I first joined causing more danger to my flying mates than to the enemy. I have improved and consider myself, although no expert, to be someone whom can help the team. As to why I have not been on-line lately. A few months ago my father was diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer. I did not know the prognosis for him would be at the beginning, so I took some time away to spend more time with him. It has now been 8 months of continuous Chemo, weeks on and weeks off and the cancer has not progressed much at all. That is good news as he is still around and complaining to my mom how he wants to drive to his cabin on the lake which is 5 hours away! Unfortunately, just recently my wife has become seriously ill with multitude of issues. I am in the process of becoming the primary care giver to her. Although she is capable of doing most things, her prognosis may not be good. I am spending more time with her during the day, which is when the Dogz have missions and flying sessions. Thus means that most of my flying time in during my evenings and I been able to fly with Wingflyer, Perfessor, Arie and Sherrif. I may be able to join the odd session in my afternoon but will not be ale to commit to any long term running missions for the foreseeable future. My sim-flying is still important to me as it lets me unwind from the days events. If things change and I am able to participate more often I will certainly do so with much enthusiasm. Please continue to inform me of missions for I still would love to join when I can. However, please realize, that some things may be out of my control I may refuse or have to pull out at the last moment. Thank you for letting be part of a great community now and hopefully for a long time to come.
  6. He will need to have it installed in the server game to run the mission. It is a really simple , much more so than the A4 mod that currently exists in our server. I will send Fen the final version of Operation Doodle Bug sometime today. I have just a couple of very minor tweaks that I want to do. Cheers
  7. How about we try to run Operation Doodle Bug on Thursday March 4 at 8:00 pm English time? If you want to take part just make sure you have the V1 mod file installed as I described above. I will send the mission to Fen in order to run it on the Dogz server. Cheers.
  8. How to get the V1 mod to run this mission: 1) go to this site in DCS downloads: https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/3319979/?sphrase_id=11179887 2) Download the Chase of the V-1 Rocket Mission 3) Unzip this folder. You will now have two folders. Missions contains a simple V1 rocket chase mission. Run this one whenever you like. The other is a Mods folder. If you do not have a Mods folder in your DCs saved games then just drag this one to where ever you have DCS openbeta saved game folder. Mine is on my C drive. You will be good to go. 4) If you already have a Mods folder in your DCS saved game folder then just open up the Mods folder from the download, then open up the air craft folder, and copy and paste the Fi103 folder into your aircraft folder of your Mods folder in your DCS saved game folder. I plan on running my mission on beta as that is the only copy of DCS I have. Let me know if you have any issues and I can help you out. Cheers and hope we can run this mission this Thursday. Is that possible Fen?
  9. Good ... looks like there is some interest. A Thursday evening for you UK chaps would be around noonish to 1:00 pm time for me. I need a way of sending or having you get the Mod V1 file. I am working on that. Thanks to all that expressed an interest.
  10. 5 ground targets: 2 artillery (105), 2 AAA and one beacon at their airfield. 1 partial on a FW 190 Thanks Fen
  11. I have created a new mission that tries to recreate the V1 bombing attacks on London and the RAF attempts to shoot down these "original cruise missiles". “Operation Doodlebug” The Third Reich during WW2 came up with some ingenious terror weapons. One of these was the V1 flying bomb the original cruise missile. A gasoline self-guided pilotless air plane (drone?) that carried an 1800 pound explosive warhead. From June 13, 1944 till March 22 1945, the Germans launched 6725 of these weapons towards southern England. 2340 hit London area causing 5475 deaths and over 16000 injured. Each bomb hit the earth when it ran out of fuel or on a timer to shut off the engine. Each rocket explosive warhead could devastate an entire block of housing. The characteristic droning sound that the V1 made as it flew on its pulse motor was known to all Londoners during the war. It gave this weapon its name of "Doodlebug" or "Buzz Bomb" by the British. Every Londoner knew the real danger was when the engine stopped, which meant that the bomb was about to hit the ground and explode. The RAF was tasked to finds ways to counter these dangerous weapons. Although no real solution was found until the launch sites were all over run in 1945, special RAF planes were tasked with shooting these Rockets down before they could hit their intended targets. This mission is all about bringing down some V1's and then hitting one of the launch sites. This mission starts in the morning of June 18, 1944. The D-Day landings have taken place and the battle for the bocage country of Normandy is underway. Although the NAZI’s are on run in the east and in the west and in Italy they still have some very nasty surprises for the Allies. This will be a 2-part mission. Part 1 will be involved in finding and then chasing down some V1’s heading from France, across the Channel and towards London. For this part of the mission you will be able to fly P51’s, Spitfires, and Mossies. This part of the mission should take about 30 minutes. Part 2 will involve loading into Mossies and heading down to France and bombing a launch area for the V1 buzz bomb. This should take about 45 minutes to complete. You will need the Channel map, a P51, Spitfire, and or Mosquito, WW2 Assests pack and a free mod for the V1 bomb. If you are interested in this mission let me know and we will set up a date for this mission and how to get what you need to get it the mission going.
  12. 13/1/45 1 truck 1 seatch light 1 artillery damage to 1 barge
  13. Jan 9 1945 4 planes - 1 K4 , 1 111 and 2 on the ground, 1 barge, 2 machine guns Thanks Tom!!!
  14. Thanks Fen! It was a fun and enlightening or should I say "darkening" mission. Sorry that I lost my orientation after the flight and did not get a chance to bomb target. So how many mossies actually made it home? I appreciate all the effort you put into this mission. I can't wait for another one, if you have the energy to create one. Cheers
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