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F/A-18C. The TDC will be always displayed as priority and "over" other symbols on the SA page.
F/A-18C. AGM-65 and AGM-88 don't disappear from stations 2 & 8 after fired fixed.
A-10A. Added A-10A 'The Valley' campaign mission update by Wags.
Input axis binding causes UI "freeze" and Lua error in dcs.log fixed.
MP. Increased timeouts to 10 minutes.
F-14B model will not intersect with blast deflector on CVN-70 deck.
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DCS WW2 - Mandolin Mission
Multi-squad PvE mission wth 362FS, 443 Sqn and 54 Sqn.
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First leaked Oculus Rift S details reveal slight upgrades so...
The rumored Oculus Rift S virtual reality (VR) headset reportedly has rather minor upgrades in the works so far, further affirming rumors that the device will not focus on visual e...
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Dear friends,

One week has passed since our previous Dev Diary and we have something new to show you once again. The rate of development is truly fantastic. Today we won't have so much text but will compensate it with WIP screenshots of two 'stars' of our Bodenplatte project.

The first star of today's Blog is the British fighter Hawker Tempest Mk.V series 2. These planes played a significant role in the events of January 1st, 1945 - the units managed to take off in time when Luftwaffe attacked the Allied airfields during Bodenplatte operation. Tempests were equipped with some serious firepower - four 20mm Hispano guns - and achieved good speeds at lower altitudes, which was handy for a dogfight near the ground.

The second aircraft we want to show you today is USAAF North American P-51D-15 Mustang, the most famous American fighter of WWII that was widely used in different theatres of war. To a degree, its exceptional range and altitude capabilities made the deep bombing raids over Germany possible. Mustangs had good overall maneuverability and climb rate, while their six .50 cal M2 Browning machineguns allowed them to engage any air targets. A Mustang could also carry bombs and rockets, making it a fighter/bomber.

It should be noted that while many Mustangs still exist around the world, including airworthy ones, most of them are combinations of different modifications, including post-WWII ones. Therefore we're spending a lot of time researching tech schematics, spare parts catalogs, and similar documents to make sure the final result will be as authentic as possible.

And to finish today's blog, here are WIP screenshots of the next Flying Circus plane - Fokker D.VIIF. This Deutsche Luftstreitkräfte late WWI fighter has been equipped with a great engine for its time, BMW D.IIIa, that gave it an advantage over Allied fighters at high altitudes. Coupled with good maneuverability, it made Fokker D.VIIF a very dangerous adversary.
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199 Dear Pilots, Summer is winding down and we're getting back to our normal work schedule. Here are some early pics of our Me-262 model. Looks fast doesn't it? You can discuss the...
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60 Seconds Of Awesome: WW2 FG-1D Corsair Fighter
Here's a short 60 second look at New Zealand's only survivin...
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71st_AH_Yankee_Good flying last night on WOL, w/ Reb and Status. Thanks for the fun flights. :)
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