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AFSX_Magic
07-14-2004, 11:49 AM
For those that weren't aware a IL2 LAN meet is being held on Saturday, August 28 9am - 9pm in Sydney as part of the Australian Flight Simulation Expo. Entry is $15 and there is ample parking available for $10 for the whole day.

The IL2 part of the LAN is being run by 'Rusky' of 457 Sqn. and apart from just flying missions and dogfights there will also be a 'Top Gun' comp held in the afternoon. Prizes include a complete CH HOTAS comprising of F16 Fighterstick, Pro Throttle and Pro Pedals as well as a Combatstick and CH Yoke courtesy of PC Aviator and CH Products, 10 copies of Microsoft Flight Sim 2004 courtesy of Microsoft Australia and 20 subscriptions to Computer Pilot Magazine. There will also be trophies awarded to the place getters in the Top Gun comp.

Entry to the LAN also gets you entry to the Aust. Flight Sim Expo exhibition areas and access to the seminar area where there will be speakers such as RAAF F18 pilot and defence simulation specialist Flt. Lt. Tom 'Houch' Gleeson. There will also be a number of flight simulation movies shown throughout the day.

For those coming in from interstate that don't want to bring their pc but would like to take part in the event hire pc's (laptops through to high end P4's or just monitors if you choose to bring your box and peripherals) are available for the day through MicroHire (http://www.microhire.com/index.html) at special Aussie Expo rates, just ask for Guy and mention you'll be at the Aussie Flight Sim Expo.

Registration before the event is not mandatory but is strongly advised to avoid delays in entering the LAN due to the venues security procedures.

You can get more info on the Expo and LAN here:
Australian Flight Simulation Expo (http://ozfs-expo.com/)

Advance registrations can be made here:
AFSX LOMAC LAN (http://afsx.proboards26.com/index.cgi?board=registration)

Cheers all, I hope to see of you Aussie IL2 pilots on the day. http://ubbxforums.ubi.com/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif

AFSX_Magic
07-14-2004, 11:49 AM
For those that weren't aware a IL2 LAN meet is being held on Saturday, August 28 9am - 9pm in Sydney as part of the Australian Flight Simulation Expo. Entry is $15 and there is ample parking available for $10 for the whole day.

The IL2 part of the LAN is being run by 'Rusky' of 457 Sqn. and apart from just flying missions and dogfights there will also be a 'Top Gun' comp held in the afternoon. Prizes include a complete CH HOTAS comprising of F16 Fighterstick, Pro Throttle and Pro Pedals as well as a Combatstick and CH Yoke courtesy of PC Aviator and CH Products, 10 copies of Microsoft Flight Sim 2004 courtesy of Microsoft Australia and 20 subscriptions to Computer Pilot Magazine. There will also be trophies awarded to the place getters in the Top Gun comp.

Entry to the LAN also gets you entry to the Aust. Flight Sim Expo exhibition areas and access to the seminar area where there will be speakers such as RAAF F18 pilot and defence simulation specialist Flt. Lt. Tom 'Houch' Gleeson. There will also be a number of flight simulation movies shown throughout the day.

For those coming in from interstate that don't want to bring their pc but would like to take part in the event hire pc's (laptops through to high end P4's or just monitors if you choose to bring your box and peripherals) are available for the day through MicroHire (http://www.microhire.com/index.html) at special Aussie Expo rates, just ask for Guy and mention you'll be at the Aussie Flight Sim Expo.

Registration before the event is not mandatory but is strongly advised to avoid delays in entering the LAN due to the venues security procedures.

You can get more info on the Expo and LAN here:
Australian Flight Simulation Expo (http://ozfs-expo.com/)

Advance registrations can be made here:
AFSX LOMAC LAN (http://afsx.proboards26.com/index.cgi?board=registration)

Cheers all, I hope to see of you Aussie IL2 pilots on the day. http://ubbxforums.ubi.com/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif

AFSX_Magic
07-14-2004, 11:54 AM
I should also add that UbiSoft Australia will be in attendance and will hopefully be dragging along at least a demo if not a late beta build of Pacific Fighters for your enjoyment. http://ubbxforums.ubi.com/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif


'Magic'