• Vijesti

    by Published on 08-09-2014 01:11
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    Game server:

    TS =VARP=:
    server: gec.servebeer.com:7777
    password: ask on forum

    Backup TS 102nd-YU:
    password:ask on forum

    Mission start time:

    20:30 Zulu / 21:30 CET

    Expected start of the campaign:
    October 19. 2014.


    - HSFX v7.0.3

    • In JGSME:
      • Expert MOD
      • HSFX History Mod
      • Battle of Kursk mapa

    Any other MOD-s are optional but strongly discouraged cause it could lead to low FPS and LAG


    • Server doors WILL be closed at 20:30 Zulu. Make sure everyone joins the server at least 10 minutes before the start.
    • Mission Planer will be closed for planning on Sundays 17:00 Zulu so make sure you finish all your planing before that. It will be open again on Mondays 9:00 Zulu latest.

    Tips for new and some old SEOW players i've gathered from other threads:

    • in game .trk RECORDING ist VERBOTEN!!! If you do so, you will be SHOT!!! ......game it self will kick you out....... but you can do it with FRAPS or any other like that....
    • in game SCREENSHOTS are not prohibited but strongly discouraged, cause too frekvent use could lead to LAG. If you have to use it, do not press Print Screen more than once in two second. Use of FRAPS for same purpose is OK.
    • When you hit Fly do not scroll down the pilots list because there is a great possibility that pilots list will pop up in the middle of the screen during the flight and it is not possible to close it.
    • After spawning in the game, for the first 5 minutes don't call up the minimap, after that time is ok.
    • Every player who has landed or crash landed, do not press bail out but just disconnect. That is normal way to leave the game after both, land and crash land.
    • If you get killed for any reason you have 5-10min to leave the game. If you landed safe,you can stay in the cockpit, no problem, but in that case you risk to loose your "life" if base get under enemy attack, or other player crash in to you.
    • You don't have to taxi back to parking, but you can if you like, no problem.
    • All planes need to land before mission end and it needs to be landed on the airfield designated by the Brief. If the plane does not land as planed, the plane is unavailable for one more mission. If there is a plane in the air at the mission end, it will be considered crashed and the Pilot KIA.
    • If plane is heavily damaged, break and land on nearest base under our command. It is always better to have plane under penalty then destroyed one.
    • If u are all ready on the runway ready for takeoff and u see that something is wrong and u'll not be able to fly the mission, (let say trackir stopped working) u need to try to take of and land your plane back. if one spawns and disconnects with out taking off, the plane is lost and the pilot is KIA.

    by Published on 20-10-2012 22:22
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    The Battle of Crete (German: Luftlandeschlacht um Kreta; Greek: ???? ??? ??????) was a battle during World War II on the Greek island of Crete. It began on the morning of 20 May 1941, when Nazi Germany launched an airborne invasion of Crete under the code-name Unternehmen Merkur ("Operation Mercury"). Greek and Allied forces, along with Cretan civilians, defended the island.
    After one day of fighting, the Germans had suffered very heavy casualties and none of their objectives had been achieved. The next day, through miscommunication and the failure of Allied commanders to grasp the situation, Maleme airfield in western Crete fell to the Germans, enabling them to fly in reinforcements and overwhelm the defenders. The battle lasted about 10 days.

    The Battle of Crete was unprecedented in three respects:
    - it was not only the first battle where the Fallschirmjäger ("parachute rangers") were used on a massive scale, but also the first mainly airborne invasion in military history;
    - the first time the Allies made significant use of intelligence from the deciphered German Enigma code;
    - and the first time invading German troops encountered mass resistance from a civilian population.

    Because of the heavy casualties suffered by the paratroopers, Adolf Hitler forbade further large scale airborne operations. However, the Allies were impressed by the potential of paratroopers and started to build their own airborne divisions.

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