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No.82 Squadron

Postby Major » Mon Apr 11, 2016 6:00 pm

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No.82 Squadron RAF
Code: "UX"
Callsign: "Leader"


Utilizing the Blenheim Mk IV and the Blenheim Mk IVF our goal is to provide long range fighter cover, strategic bombing and limited rhubarb raids. We are also are looking into performing reconnaissance sorties in the future.

The squadron is independent but is maned mostly by Air Combat Group (ACG) pilots, anyone is more than welcome to join us we can provide detailed training for the relevant aircraft type.

Due to the historical location for the squadron not available withing IL-2 CLOD we are looking to re-locate to a new airfield.

ORBAT

A flight
Red-1/2/3
Green-1/2/3

B flight
Yellow-1/2/3
Blue-1/2/3
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Re: No.18 (B) Squadron

Postby 19RAF MJDixon » Mon Apr 11, 2016 6:50 pm

Greetings, number neighbour! :D
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Re: No.18 (B) Squadron

Postby Admin (Philstyle) » Tue Apr 12, 2016 8:24 am

Welcome No18 Sqn!

In case you are not aware, in order gain access to the full "red-team" functions within Storm of War, there are a few administrative hoops to jmp through; which are as follows:

1. Set up your squad in the Squadrons page.
2. Get your pilots to "join" the squadron and accept their applications
3. Declare your squad for the Red team on your Squadron Admin page
4. Make sure your pilots set their Steam names on their profiles, so their results count.
5. Start flying! There are lots of public bases with good aircraft stock let you get started.
6. Get access to the Red team forums (this will occur after the above have been completed)
7. Fly missions. We typically only allocated airfields to squads with 25+ sorites.
8. Once you are an established Red squad, then request an airfield via the red-team forums

Remember that (despite regular slip-ups and incompetence) we take operational intelligence security (moderately) seriously, so don't divulge any red-team information (e.g. airfield locations) on the open forums.
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Re: No.18 (B) Squadron

Postby Admin (Philstyle) » Tue Apr 12, 2016 8:29 am

Incidentally (further to my above) I noticed that you had set up a "No.149" Squadron also.
I have removed references to 149 squadron and tried to collapse everything into 18 Sqn.

Hopefully this will reduce the chances of duplications and other problems.
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Re: No.18 (B) Squadron

Postby Major » Tue Apr 12, 2016 2:01 pm

Thanks for sorting that out for me, The majority of those steps have been completed just awaiting red team forum access.
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