Grim Reapers accept a mission to bomb a logistics convoy. The trouble is that they have to operate from a make-shift rough landing strip. So the short take off and landing planes make an appearance; AV-8B Harrier, AJS37 Viggen, F-86 Sabre, Mig-15 and FW-190.
The Grim Reapers review the DCS WORLD module; AJS37 Viggen.
Thanks to “An Adventure in Awesome” for sharing. Knowledge without application is meaningless –Thomas Edison Part one: Some thoughts on Aviation Photography Troll disclaimer. This is not the only way to photography aircraft and aviation events. This is information that I have learned and what works well for me. My tips and tricks may not work […]
A tactical debrief of our most recent base defense mission, mainly focusing on air to air BVR fighting using Tacview.
A large tactical theatre fight base around Blue defending 3 bases with F-15C, Su-33 and mirage 2000C. Red OPFOR use Mirage 2000C and AJS37 Viggens with disctraion tactics and valley runs to attack the bases.
The Grim Reapers do a joint review of the AV-8B Harrier DCS WORLD Module as it stands currently.
Modern Society and the Benefits of Military Science Applied Through Simulations; The Relearning of Critical Thinking Skills
This a very interesting article.
“People who participate in serious simulation gaming are often just as interested in the histories that led up to a specific engagement or the complexities that were involved in many aspects of a conflict as it progressed. As a result, the engagement with military simulations are just as much an educational exercise as they are a mind strengthening experience”
Author’s Notes… This paper touches upon a variety of subjects and is oriented towards parents who want to help teach their children critical thinking skills as well as adults who want to foster a return to those educational standards whose primary function was to teach students how to think critically about the world around them. […]
The Reapers brave 60-100knot crosswinds to perform a Deep Air Strike on a mountain top logistics base. We decided to use Su-27/Su-33Flankers, AV-8B Harriers and F-5 Tigers for the job.