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Honeypot.se
11-03-2006, 05:31 PM
I'm looking for missions, regardless of what they are all about or what their actual intended purpose is, where you get good practice in a certain (limited) aspect of piloting. It could be anything... gunnery, navigation, landings, strafing, formation flying, whatever... anything at all that matters when you have to put all your skills together. Anything at all that doesn't require you to first fly through a bazillion waypoints and then do a gazillion other things at the same time while getting practice in this or that. Anything at all that gives you quick feedback and makes it easy to reevaluate your progress in some specific regard.

So if you know of any missions that could fit the description and have a few sec to spare, link link link please! I'm convinced the community produces better stuff than QMB does.

As an example, a couple of days ago I accidentally came across the 69.GIAP qualification missions on their site. Now, they weren't made with me in mind (sorry for "abusing" them, but thanks for keeping them public!) Still, to a n00b like me they were really nice training tools that let me polish one thing at a time. And so I hope there is more stuff like that out there somewhere.

Honeypot.se
11-03-2006, 05:31 PM
I'm looking for missions, regardless of what they are all about or what their actual intended purpose is, where you get good practice in a certain (limited) aspect of piloting. It could be anything... gunnery, navigation, landings, strafing, formation flying, whatever... anything at all that matters when you have to put all your skills together. Anything at all that doesn't require you to first fly through a bazillion waypoints and then do a gazillion other things at the same time while getting practice in this or that. Anything at all that gives you quick feedback and makes it easy to reevaluate your progress in some specific regard.

So if you know of any missions that could fit the description and have a few sec to spare, link link link please! I'm convinced the community produces better stuff than QMB does.

As an example, a couple of days ago I accidentally came across the 69.GIAP qualification missions on their site. Now, they weren't made with me in mind (sorry for "abusing" them, but thanks for keeping them public!) Still, to a n00b like me they were really nice training tools that let me polish one thing at a time. And so I hope there is more stuff like that out there somewhere.

juryman03
11-06-2006, 05:09 AM
We put together a package of simple training missions here:

http://webpages.uah.edu/~pacificfighters/ (http://webpages.uah.edu/%7Epacificfighters/)

They're set up for for F4U-1D, but you can change that to another plane easy enough.

major_setback
11-06-2006, 07:10 AM
In the USN single missions you can fly Carrier take off and landing for several aircraft (if you have Pacific Fighters or merged). See also the Royal Naval missions for Carrier Landing and Take Off.

There are some useful videos in the 'training' section on the main page of the game.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y129/major-setback/B17sig07.jpg

STENKA_69.GIAP
11-06-2006, 08:33 AM
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Honeypot.se:
a couple of days ago I accidentally came across the 69.GIAP qualification missions on their site. Now, they weren't made with me in mind (sorry for "abusing" them, but thanks for keeping them public!) </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
Good to see you enjoyed them - The first important thing about training missions is that they focus on one skill at a time but the second is feedback. As a training mission is run you should record it, then you AND idealy someone else watches it from within cockpit and again from externals. Sometimes you can then see your own mistakes other times you need someone with experience to point out the right direction.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

http://www.baseclass.modulweb.dk/69giap/fileadmin/Image_Archive/badges/69giap_badge_stenka.jpg (http://giap.webhop.info)

Honeypot.se
11-06-2006, 03:05 PM
Thanks all so far - including rr9 (couldn't reply to the pm due to some login problems here). I have happily downloaded the lot. And if there is anyone else with suggestions, just keep them coming.

BTW, is there any way to alter enemy pilot skill level in the QMB? It gets a tad too easy against a single enemy and I'm guessing they are not set to ace. Or maybe I can do that with this Mission Mate that everybody keeps talking about. I have yet to try it out. But it's still more fun to do practices that others have made.

Regarding recording tracks of the practicing, I have done so already but with mixed results. Say e.g. that I struggle with a mission and barely make it. Then sometimes when watching the track in external view to find out what I could have done differently, it just looks like great flying to an untrained eye like mine. Sort of like "wow, did I do that?" Yet I know for it wasn't great flying. I don't always know what to look for.

But like Stenka says, it shouldn't just be me watching. Then again, the very reason I'm asking for these training missions is that there is only me to cater for my learning. A catch 22 that one has to slowly work oneself out of, I guess.

major_setback
11-08-2006, 08:03 AM
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">BTW, is there any way to alter enemy pilot skill level in the QMB? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

The Quick Mission Buider (QMB): The second column is skill level, alter it by clicking on the arrow next to it.
You can't use the Quick Mission Builder to edit the skill levels in already existing Single Missions that you've downloaded. I don't know if you can do this in Mission Mate.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y129/major-setback/B17sig07.jpg

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