This is single player A-10C mission flight over some of the landmarks and airfields on the NEVADA Test and Training Range map to commemorate the 3 year anniversary of the DCS NTTR Map. It is intended to be a fun guided tour, training and history lesson.
You will be required to cold start, take off, follow the flight plan, AA refueling, land and taxi to a specified parking area. There are a couple of gun runs so have fun blowing up some stuff.
I have been to all the areas in the flight plan except for Groom Lake (Area 51) so it was fun making this mission. It is also my first attempt at creating an immersive mission and I would like to thank Ranger79 (https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=141383
) for his excellent instructional videos.
There are 33 AI aircraft in this mission and I am not responsible for their flying ability, where they fly or what they crash into.
**TURN OFF CIVILIAN TRAFFIC***
**Turn up in helmet audio to hear the voice over commentary***
Welcome to Nevada. You will be tasked with navigating the Southern Nevada AO. Guided tour and history lessons are provided at no extra charge.
This mission is intended to be informative and entertaining with practical gun run practice and an opportunity to hone your air to air refueling skills. There is no need to worry about triple A, surface to air missles or ground fire.
The creator of this mission is not responsible for the 33 civilian/military AI aircraft within the skies in the mission air space. AI aircraft have a mind of their own and tend to crash or cause other issues so keep you head on a swivel.
You will cold start from Nellis AFB, take off, fly over Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam, Las Vegas, Creech AFB, Mercury Nevada, Frenchman’s Flat, Groom Lake (aka Area 51), witness artillary practice, make gun runs on fuel tankers, practice AA refueling and land back at Nellis AFB.
AA refueling is optional but it gives real world practice since the KC-135 is in an orbital pattern.<br />
Follow your flight plan and follow instructions to sucessfully complete the mission.<br />