***THIS CAMPAIGN DOES NOT WORK WITH DCS 2.5.6***
Assume the role of Tom Larkin, a relatively inexperienced helicopter pilot who has been out of the game for 6 years now, as he attempts to save his family's struggling aviation business located in Seattle, Washington.
Larkin Aviation is a 10-mission campaign for the Huey and the Persian Gulf map.
A trailer for this campaign can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/pTxEZ302Zx8
This campaign requires mods that can be downloaded here:
A simple multiplayer mission for four pilots with lots of action.
We are tasked with providing CAS for the convoy Hammer as they head to the FOB Paris to reinforce the marines stationed there, the convoy will be pushing through enemy territory under heavy fire and it's up to us to keep them safe.<br />
Tip: When setting FM navigation remember to turn the volume down, the sound used will be changed in the future as its a piercing solid tone.
Fly a UH-1H rescue helicopter around Dubai.
Pick up patients and transport them to the hospital.
40 randomized tasks.
Now with improved trigger logic and voice lines.
Good morning gentlemen,
we are on SAR duty for Dubai today. As always we have a high number of tourists and with them, we get an increased number of heat strokes, strokes, swimming accidents and cardiac arrests. So expect to be busy during our shift.
Get ready, take off and fly to the...
Hoggit themed livery set featuring desert splinter camo.
Put the folders in: X:\YOUR DCS INSTALLATION PATH\DCSWorld\CoreMods\aircraft\FA-18C\Liveries\FA-18C_hornet\
DCS: World 2.5
Freeware - Free version, Do Not Redistribute
Welcome to my 8th mission and my first mission for a fixed wing aircraft.
Operation Rescue under fire is loosely based on the Spanish movie "Rescue under fire" and lets you participate in what the AV-8B N/A was designed for - night attack.
A Humvee of an armoured patrol struck a mine near the Omani town of Hansi. A medevac CH-47 was dispatched to the site, but it rolled over due to hitting soft ground upon landing. Thankfully this did not cause any further casualties....