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    A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)













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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Yeah, DCS is beautifull and I want to show some of my screensgots too

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Must admit I'm not a fan of the Normandy map,, got some here on a simple mission flying through a small rain storm at sunrise, the different weather and times make a big impact on the game eye candy wise

    Screen_190213_183717.jpgScreen_190213_183910.jpgScreen_190213_183717.jpg

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Quote Originally Posted by EAF602_Red View Post
    Must admit I'm not a fan of the Normandy map,, got some here on a simple mission flying through a small rain storm at sunrise, the different weather and times make a big impact on the game eye candy wise

    Screen_190213_183717.jpgScreen_190213_183910.jpgScreen_190213_183717.jpg

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    I am going to have to play with the weather now
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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Here is a screenshot for the weather I was running at the time

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    I can see I am going to enjoy playing here



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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Darn...I wish this thing was an all out WWII sim
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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    DCS at their best, a "screenshot simulator".

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Quote Originally Posted by 1lokos View Post
    DCS at their best, a "screenshot simulator".
    DCS isn't perfect but I do think it's far more than a screenshot sim.

    The mission editor is quite good (allowing for some really good singleplayer or Coop campaigns) and the flight models are unmatched by any other sim out there.

    It's the AI, lack of units, and very poor DM that lets it down.

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    I wonder what it would take for a Piloted B17!

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    The P51 really is a joy to fly. If you check out Burning skies running the Caucasus map you can even use it in anger.

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    In a recent email from DCS they said the Normandy map is going to get a big update. No date as yet but well and truly needed IMO. CloD has set a pretty high bar for any Channel maps.

    "In May 2017, Urga Media released their DCS: Normandy 1944 map for DCS World. The map focused on the landing beaches of Normandy and points south to encompass the breakout period in June 1944. The entire map also includes portions of southern England and areas outside the landing and breakout area to the south at a lower level of detail. The total map size is 267 x 348 kilometers and includes many period specific buildings, bridges, vehicles, windmills, and other objects that populate the map. This has been the ideal map for World War II combat and even low-altitude helicopter flying.

    Since the release and a large update to this map, Urga Media has been very busy to two primary items: The DCS: Syria map and another large, free, update to the Normandy map!

    This free Normandy map will include the following:

    Improved quality of ground textures (fields and urban areas).
    Improved quality of the noise textures. This will be particularly evident at low altitudes.
    Improved quality of the coastline, both in Normandy and along the English coast.
    Processing of fields and city vector data to use new DCS World terrain technologies.
    Improved quality of the rivers and lakes.
    Improved quality of roads.
    Increased the number of unique objects and scenes.
    Optimization and improved the look of the trees and forests.
    Optimization of map for virtual reality performance.

    We have no planned release date at this time."

    Working on some really cool deck crew animations too for an upcoming Nimitz Class carrier module that will be available for purchase:

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    I’m looking forward to that!

    I sadly had to move my DCS folder from my SSD drive (500 Gigs) down to my 7200 rpm SATA hard drive (2 TB) because the folder had grown to 150 Gigs! DCS now takes a bit longer to load, but good things come to those who wait!



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    In a recent email from DCS they said the Normandy map is going to get a big update. No date as yet but well and truly needed IMO. CloD has set a pretty high bar for any Channel maps.

    "In May 2017, Urga Media released their DCS: Normandy 1944 map for DCS World. The map focused on the landing beaches of Normandy and points south to encompass the breakout period in June 1944. The entire map also includes portions of southern England and areas outside the landing and breakout area to the south at a lower level of detail. The total map size is 267 x 348 kilometers and includes many period specific buildings, bridges, vehicles, windmills, and other objects that populate the map. This has been the ideal map for World War II combat and even low-altitude helicopter flying.

    Since the release and a large update to this map, Urga Media has been very busy to two primary items: The DCS: Syria map and another large, free, update to the Normandy map!

    This free Normandy map will include the following:

    Improved quality of ground textures (fields and urban areas).
    Improved quality of the noise textures. This will be particularly evident at low altitudes.
    Improved quality of the coastline, both in Normandy and along the English coast.
    Processing of fields and city vector data to use new DCS World terrain technologies.
    Improved quality of the rivers and lakes.
    Improved quality of roads.
    Increased the number of unique objects and scenes.
    Optimization and improved the look of the trees and forests.
    Optimization of map for virtual reality performance.

    We have no planned release date at this time."

    Working on some really cool deck crew animations too for an upcoming Nimitz Class carrier module that will be available for purchase:
    About time .. my least favourite map in DCS, In my opinion DCS just keeps getting better, the burning skys server has regularly got 20-30 players, mission builder is so easy I can use it, single player is the best in any Flight Sim in my opinion, with loads of campaigns to download
    It is still a bit memory hungry Ive got 24 gigs but better with 32, and yes Snapper my folder is sitting at 121gig, there is certain folders to delete after update, similar to the cache in cliffs, it helps keep space down a bit, must admit its my go-to Sim now,especially the F18

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    loaded DCS, Have no planes except freebies,

    read on web that steam have a summer sale around 25th june each year, was going to buy normandy map , ww2 assets pack, spitfire and P51. Is this all I need to play ww2 missions in multiplayer?

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_Snapper View Post
    I’m looking forward to that!

    I sadly had to move my DCS folder from my SSD drive (500 Gigs) down to my 7200 rpm SATA hard drive (2 TB) because the folder had grown to 150 Gigs! DCS now takes a bit longer to load, but good things come to those who wait!

    Yeah my 500gb SSD is getting pretty full between DCS, CloD, BoX, Naploeon Total War, and a couple of others. Terabyte SSDs have come down a lot in price so will upgrade to one of those soon rather than use a platter drive. Too used to my load times now. I recently built a new pc for my son and put an M2 SSD card in it...they are amazing how fast they boot up and load apps.
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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Quote Originally Posted by JackMaXX View Post
    loaded DCS, Have no planes except freebies,

    read on web that steam have a summer sale around 25th june each year, was going to buy normandy map , ww2 assets pack, spitfire and P51. Is this all I need to play ww2 missions in multiplayer?
    Looks like to my first modules that I buoght last year. Also I recommend purchase few offline campaigns, like "Operation Charnwood" (for P51 ground strikes) or "Bluenose bastards from Bodnie" (for P51 air battles), because it is not much action in multiplayer right now (or I do not know at wich time its going on).

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Top screenshots lads!
    Love seeing these threads from both DCS and Cliffs!

    That last screenshot Rostic of the 109 (F?) is fantastic, the detail is just lovable

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_TCP View Post
    That last screenshot Rostic of the 109 (F?) is fantastic, the detail is just lovable
    Bf109 K4 actually.
    There is also the Fw 190 D9 and the recently released Fw190 A8.
    On the Allied side there is the P51 D and the Spifire Mark IX. The P47 and the Me262 were supposed to be developed as well. Some time ago they launched a DCS WWII Backers Support (kinda like a Kickstarter) which included all the aircraft. Quite a few of us signed up for it. I have seen some screen shots of the P47 WIP but nothing of the 262.

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Nice pic of us bombers, anyone know if ball turret gunner spent entire flight in turret? is the chin turret automatic or manned

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    I have reinstalled DCS but don't see any WW2 servers or Normandy maps running. It all seems to be jet stuff plus I only see about 60 odd servers up whereas last year there was much more. I'm not sure if I am getting all the servers available or some are being filtered out.

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    I have reinstalled DCS but don't see any WW2 servers or Normandy maps running. It all seems to be jet stuff plus I only see about 60 odd servers up whereas last year there was much more. I'm not sure if I am getting all the servers available or some are being filtered out.
    Hi Meyer, check version, should be 2.5.5.32533 Open beta,, WW2 Servers ,Storm of War ,Burning skys, Buddyspike Normandy, just did a rough count of 30 players spread across 2 servers

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Quote Originally Posted by JackMaXX View Post
    Nice pic of us bombers, anyone know if ball turret gunner spent entire flight in turret? is the chin turret automatic or manned
    Don't know if they spent entire flight in there but pretty sure the chin turret was manned. It was added as a measure to counter the Luftwaffe tactic of doing head on passes to wipe out the pilots. In DCS the B17s can be destroyed easily by a Fw or a 109. Would be good if they were a bit more robust. Maybe they will look at that in the update.
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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    There's a whole 1 hour documentary on the History Channel (at least on the History Channel channel available here in Oz) on B-17 ball turret gunners - good level of tech detail and personal anecdotes. it was made in the 1990s from memory so featured interviews with a few ball gunners. Not sure many are still alive sadly. Might be available online with a bit of hunting down.

    I think they entered the turret prior to going feat dry into Europe and stayed there until they went feet wet. Some of them were trapped and i seem to recall a couple of mentions (either in the doc or in 8th air force books) where the pilot had to make decisions about doing wheels up landings with ball gunners still trapped in the turrets. Memory may be playing tricks on me though so this may not have happened.


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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_Ezzie View Post
    There's a whole 1 hour documentary on the History Channel (at least on the History Channel channel available here in Oz) on B-17 ball turret gunners - good level of tech detail and personal anecdotes. it was made in the 1990s from memory so featured interviews with a few ball gunners. Not sure many are still alive sadly. Might be available online with a bit of hunting down.

    I think they entered the turret prior to going feat dry into Europe and stayed there until they went feet wet. Some of them were trapped and i seem to recall a couple of mentions (either in the doc or in 8th air force books) where the pilot had to make decisions about doing wheels up landings with ball gunners still trapped in the turrets. Memory may be playing tricks on me though so this may not have happened.


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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Thats the one - thanks Noofy!!

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Quote Originally Posted by EAF602_Red View Post
    Hi Meyer, check version, should be 2.5.5.32533 Open beta,, WW2 Servers ,Storm of War ,Burning skys, Buddyspike Normandy, just did a rough count of 30 players spread across 2 servers

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    Thanks Red I'm on hols in Turkey at min so will have look when I get home

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Thanks Red I'm on hols in Turkey at min so will have look when I get home
    Skys are safe for a week or two..Meyers on holiday..no probs m8,,gimme a shout if yer struggling

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    Re: A few shots captured flying over the Normandy map in a 325th FG P-51 :)

    Quote Originally Posted by 9./JG52 Meyer View Post
    Thanks Red I'm on hols in Turkey at min so will have look when I get home

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