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Thread: AAR: LOMAC: Session 6 - 10 February 2006

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    Default AAR: LOMAC: Session 6 - 10 February 2006

    Well, we are getting quite a group now. Best I can figure, these pilots are now into Lock On.

    Deacon
    RJ
    Oscar
    Coster
    Clash
    Rex
    Link
    Samdog
    Yanko
    JayJay
    Duck
    Crater ?

    I'm sure I'm missing someone!

    When I say "into" Lock On - I mean it. Friday night we piddled thru only two missions - 4 hours!!!

    The modified Mission 2 was reflown. Works alot better now with no AI wingmen and its a good mission for any pilot to get warmed up with. A suggestion was made to alter the weather - so, look for a change reducing minimums.

    The new Mission 3 was flown. Two glaring issues, the first flight of A-10's need something to keep them "entertained". This has been corrected. And the MiG-29's out of Kransnodar failed to engage the second flight of A-10s (with 2 F-15 escorts) on their redeploy to Sukhumi AB. This has also been corrected - they WILL engae now! When we fly this one again, you better be on your toes.

    I'm still working on the storyline, but things are moving along.

    All in all, another enjoyable evening. I think everyone had a good time. Even Yanko!
    "War has a grim purpose and is extremely complex. Sophisticated planning and doctrine are present at every level. Yet at the point of fire battle is the essence of chaos and violence."

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    Default AAR: LOMAC: Session 6 - 10 February 2006

    Unoffcial days for Lockon....Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Mondays and Wednesdays for taining and/or new member orientation and Friday for missions.

    Just thinking out loud.

    RJ


    "The most important branch of aviation is pursuit, which fights for and gains control of the air"
    U.S. Brigadier General William Mitchell

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    Default AAR: LOMAC: Session 6 - 10 February 2006

    I think Friday for missions is good - just my selfish opinion.

    You guys pick the rest.
    "War has a grim purpose and is extremely complex. Sophisticated planning and doctrine are present at every level. Yet at the point of fire battle is the essence of chaos and violence."

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    Default AAR: LOMAC: Session 6 - 10 February 2006

    You mean, all that blood sweat and tears that Yanko and I did LAST night are all for naught ?!?! :shock:
    We got 112 hung up .... pooter locked up besides 112 wouldnt install and gave 'mystery' comments with no explanations...
    and had to completely delete and reinstall EVERYTHING from the ground up....
    Of course that also included UNinstalling that damn copywright protection crapola program. Other wise nuttin werked and wouldn't go nowhere.
    Hours and hours spent happily gritting our teeth.

    [size=18px]ALL IN ANTICIPATION OF TUESDAY NIGHTS LO FREY !!![/size]
    b]Cap'n Sam[/b]
    <br />Hero of scores of Damsels in distress,
    <br />preferably intelligent, young, shapely,
    <br />blonde &amp; longlegged... oh, and RICH !!!

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    Default AAR: LOMAC: Session 6 - 10 February 2006

    Let's see who shows up tonight Sammy. I was wondering if you uninstalled all of your mods before you installed the patch. I had no trouble at all. I think Oscar did a clean install, but I just wanted to try it by uninstalling mods with modman and then installing patch. Seems to work for me.

    RJ


    "The most important branch of aviation is pursuit, which fights for and gains control of the air"
    U.S. Brigadier General William Mitchell

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    Default AAR: LOMAC: Session 6 - 10 February 2006

    No mods. We were working on Yankos install.
    He had no mods, so it was a straight forward install once we finally got the bugs worked out. grabbed some [RJ; Sam; Oscar] missions out first.

    I think part of our delemma was that he had 1.02 as well as 1.11 on his pooter.
    BUT So did I two weeks ago and I had no problem differentiating which to do....by tricking my pooter into thinking there was but one LO.

    It worked on MY pooter but not on Yankos.... soooo after that all hell broke loose and everything ground to a halt.
    Getting access to the UNinstall program for the StarForce [??] program was a doozie as well...Grr....
    anyway, we got'er done.... :mrgreen:

    I left his house around midnight !!! :shock:
    b]Cap'n Sam[/b]
    <br />Hero of scores of Damsels in distress,
    <br />preferably intelligent, young, shapely,
    <br />blonde &amp; longlegged... oh, and RICH !!!

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