This is subject to change soon.
1. All official missions will be flown on a qualified host sever.
2. Sever host must have a stable connection.
3. Agree to confirm the AAR when posted.
4. Not interfere with the mission after it starts.
5. Know how to edit load outs and fuel to the M.C. Request.
6. The host may be in the TS server channel just in case a pause is required or a restart or to end the mission.
Official mission flight.
Types of missions.
1. One contract with one objective.
A contract that has a required action or objective to complete for a success.
2. One contract with multiple objectives for a mission success.
A contract that has more than one action or objective(s) to complete for a success
3. One mission with multiple contracts.
A mission that contains multiple objectives, each having its own contract and set of actions or objectives.
Rules for a mission and with multiple objectives.
1. A mission commander must be present for the mission. But not required to fly in the mission.
2. An official mission may be flown by a single pilot if hired by the M.C. The MC may not fly a mission alone. Unless the mission meets the single player mission rules.
3. If a pilot is KIA or MIA they forfeit their pay to the M.C.
4. If the M.C. is KIA or MIA at mission end, all pilots will be paid the negotiated pay plus the mission value will be split among all remaining pilots, not KIA or MIA.
5. Pilots hired by the M.C. Will be paid regardless of mission success or failure. (See rule 3)
6. If a mission commander is KIA or MIA during a mission that has multiple objectives with a separate contract for each. The surviving members of that contract/AAR will split the M.C. contract pay upon a successful completion of the contract. The contract pay cannot be divided to other members on a different contract in the same mission. (See rule 4)
Ground commander and JTAC roles defined.
1. The ground commander may only control ground units. F10 only cannot enter Vehicles.
2. JTAC is acting FAC from a vehicle only.
3. Have to buy and own the JTAC vehicles to be a JTAC.
4. Must have severe debriefing file posted with the AAR to show kills to go on the roster.
Search and rescue of downed pilots.
1. A pilot that survives an ejection or crash landing will have the opportunity to have a SAR come and pick them up.
2. The SAR helicopter must come within 20 meters of the downed pilot and within 5 meters of the ground for pick up. (This is due to the bad ground grab on land)
3. The downed pilot must take a screenshot of the SAR helicopter and the pilot on the ground meeting rule 2. The SS must be posted in the forum proving the SAR was completed.
4. The SAR helicopter may not offensively engage any targets while caring a passenger. Only after dropping off the downed pilot can the SAR chopper return to the battle area to re-engage targets or mission objectives.
5. Downed pilots may be picked up later after the mission is complete.
6. Pilots not receiving a SAR will get an MIA status and forfeit any chance at a salvage of airframe.
7. A standby SAR pilot called in to rescue a downed pilot will be paid $25,000 by the rescued pilot. The standby SAR helicopter will not have any armament to defined its self with.
8. KA-50 can pick up a max of 2 downed pilots. The KA 50 cannot engage targets while a rescued pilot is on board.
9. UH-1H can pick up 6 downed pilots and is allowed to continue on in battle.
10. Mi-8MTV can pick up 8 pilots and is allowed to continue in the battle.
11. Any aircraft shot down while transporting rescued pilots all pilots and passengers will go KIA. The KA-50 pilot can eject to go MIA or may be rescued.
12. Self SAR is defined as the downed pilot finding a non-combat vehicle and getting screenshot standing next to it.
13. Friendly JTAC or ground units commanded by the ground commander can be moved to the downed pilot’s location for a SAR statues.
Repair of a damaged airframe.
You will now have to pay to repair or overhaul a damaged airframe to bring it back to full operational status. An airframe can be repaired if landed back at base on its wheels. If the aircraft cannot make it back to the parking area a tow fee will be applied along with the repairs needed. A tow for a KA-50 on a FARP will count as a belly landing within 100m of the FARP. For an A-10C it will have to be on its wheels, on base (the dirt counts within 100m of the landing strip or paved area on the airport). On the AAR will be six (6) boxes for damaged parts. If all six (6) boxes are full and the airframe still needs other repairs to be listed, it will default to a partial overhaul.
1. Repair list KA-50 A-10C.[/color]
2. L/R Wing $18,000 $60,000 (Must have big holes or missing)
3. L/R Engine $90,000 $180,000 (Fire damage, failure to run)
4. H Tail $6,000 $12,000 (Must have big holes or mission)
5. V Tail $12,000 $18,000 (Must have big holes or missing)
6. Nose $24,000 $50,000 (Big hole in nose A-10, Wires hanging out from under the nose Ka-50)
7. Body $66,000 $90,000 (small bullet holes on any part of the aircraft. If the part is being replaced no body repair required.)
8. Gear $36,000 $36,000 (any damage to the landing gear system, Flat tires= $5,000 each)
9. Tow $100,000 $100,000
Tow fee ($50,000) this includes belly down landing on the runway or within 100 feet of the runway. If the aircraft cannot make it back to the parking area a tow fee will be applied in addition to the repairs needed.
KA-50 - a tow fee will be charged provided the aircraft is within 1 km of the FARP and is on its wheels.
A-10C - a tow fee will be charged provided the aircraft is on the base concrete (or dirt within 1 nm of the landing strip or paved area) and is on its wheels.
Recovery and overhaul override all above Fees.
Landing over 100 feet or but further than 1 KM from the base will require 100,000 tow fee + repairs.
Recovery and or Partial overhaul $3,000,000
KA-50 – a partial overhaul will be charged for any belly landing or wheels-down landing over 1 km from the FARP.
A-10C – a partial overhaul will be charged for any belly landing or wheels-down landing over 1 nm from the base.
In all cases, distance from base/FARP is not to exceed 15 km (8 nm) and the airframe must be 15 km (8 nm) from the nearest threat and is OVER 1km from the base.
Recovery and Full overhaul $5,500,000
KA-50 – a full overhaul will be charged for any landing over 15 km (8 nm) from the FARP.
A-10C – a full overhaul will be charged for any landing over 15 km (8 nm) from the FARP.
In all cases, distance from base/FARP is not to exceed 40 km (21 nm) and the airframe must be 15 km (8 nm) from the nearest threat.
Recovery costs and any damage to the airframe will be covered by the applicable overhaul fee. If you crash land within 15 km (8 nm) of a threat, and recovery/overhaul does not apply and you lose the airframe. If you do not have the cash to cover repairs the airframe will be placed in a no-op state until the repairs can be paid for. You have 90 days to make good for repair cost. Nonpayment will result in a salvage of the airframe for parts to repair pilot’s airframes that pay.
If the mission is flown in SP mode the debriefing file must be saved and posted along with the AAR.