The first AAR thread posted by an M.C. is the one that gets to attempt the mission. Any other AAR's posted after that are VOID if you claim a mission to fly you should post/create a post in the AAR section of the forum prior to flying the mission. You can post the results after the mission is complete. Once you make a post claiming a mission of one of the mission boards, you have one (1) hour to start the mission. After that, the mission goes back up for grabs. If a mission is flown in SP mode the debriefing file must be saved and posted along with the AAR.
If flying in an MP sever but as an SP the same SS of the kill screen and if possible the mission success message. And the Standard AAR. Screenshots of the aircraft must be taken at the conclusion of the mission. This is to prove the damage to the airframe posted on the AAR. A minimum of 3 SS of the aircraft is required. One of each side and one from the bottom (taken just before landing). The above for multiplayer OR the track file instead of screenshots. A complete AAR is still required.

Single player mission board rules
1. Mission commanders will now no longer be able to pick any mission they want to fly. They will have to pick from the available list of missions.
2. 6 missions will be displayed.
3. Once all of the missions are flown it will be refreshed with 6 new missions.
4. New missions will be posted every week on Sunday or Monday.
5. A maximum of 3 missions a month can be flown by one mission commander.

00:45-2hr mission board
1. Mission commanders must choose a mission from this board to fly.
2. Must have 2 or more members in the mission.
3. 10 missions will be displayed.
4. Once 7 missions have been attempted the board will be refreshed with 10 new missions.
5. New missions will be posted every 2 weeks. On the 1st of the month and the 15th, if 6 missions have not been attempted.
6. There is no maximum limit of missions that can be done by one mission commander.

2 hr + mission board
1. Mission commanders must choose a mission from this board to fly.
2. Must have 2 or more members in the mission.
3. 2 missions will be displayed.
4. Every time a mission is attempted that mission will be replaced with a different mission.
5. These missions will not be replaced until a mission is flown/attempted.
6. No maximum limit of missions that can be flown.

Contract missions.

New contracts up for bid will be posted as missions are built for this purpose, usually 1 or 2 a weak.

DCS-Mercenary Pilots that qualify to be a mission commander may post a closed bid to Admin Shane in a P.M.

On Saturday 12:00 PST the bids will be revealed and the contracted awarded to the low bidder. No bid posted after 11:50 PST on Saturday will be posted.

The contracted M.C. will have 1 weak to plan and execute the mission.

If the mission is not completed or a failure the contract falls to the next low bidder at their bid price.

A recon flight is an option to gather intelligence and screenshots to be added to the briefing prior to the end of the bidding time period. A lack market A-10C will be available for payment of $100,000. If the recon pilot so chooses to fly his/her own aircraft, the mission pay will be $350,000.

Some missions may have a reserve price (not to exceed $$$$). Any bid higher than the reserve will be tossed out. If all bids are higher than the reserve the low bidder will be offered the mission at the reserve price. If the mission is not completed it rolls to the next low bidder at the same reserve price until the mission is a success or there are no more bidders. At the point, the mission is not completed and no more bidders are on the list, the mission will be edited and added to the list of official missions available to fly.

Once a contract is completed (mission success) the mission will be edited and added to the list of official missions available to fly.