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DCS A-10C

2012 Virtual Hawgsmoke


Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) v1.0 Developed by paulrkiii (Snoopy) & Eddie

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1. Overview 2. General Rules 3. Airfield Layout

Table of Contents

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4. Ground Operations 5. After Takeoff 6. Approach/Landing

7. Range Operations
8. Weapons Delivery Guidance 9. Escape Maneuvers 10. Map 11. Participating Squadrons, Radio Presets, Schedule

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12. Judging
Attachment 1 - Teamspeak Rules Attachment 2 Scoring Example

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Attachment 3 Z Diagram Kneeboards


NOTE All pilots participating in vHawgsmoke will follow this SOP.

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Failure to follow this SOP will result in vSquadron disqualification.

1. Overview
What is Hawgsmoke? Hawgsmoke is a real world biennial worldwide A-10 bombing, missile, and tactical gunnery competition. Hosted by the winners of the previous competition, Hawgsmoke is an intense competition and an opportunity to share in the camaraderie and fellowship of the worlds premier Close Air Support fighter, as well as legacy of its pilots and support crews. More details on the real world Hawgsmoke can be found at: http://www.hawgsmoke.com/index.asp What is vHawgsmoke? Virtual Hawgsmoke aka vHawgsmoke is a Virtual Squadron based competition mirroring the real world competition as closely as possible for vSquadrons flying Eagle Dynamics, DCS A-10C. Each participating vSquadron is authorized four pilot slots and will operate as one four ship flight. The 25th vFS Draggins are developing and will host the 2012 vHawgsmoke with the hope that this will become an annual event. What are the vHawgsmoke competition weapons and delivery? Unguided Munitions Events (BDU-33s), Rockets Events (smoke rockets), and Strafing Events (TP GAU8) ammo will be the only authorized ordinance expended during the competition. Unguided munitions events will be delivered in four different ways; Visual Level Delivery (VLD), Low Angle Low Drag (LALD) Pop Up, High Altitude Dive Bomb (HADB), and Medium Altitude Toss (MAT). Two pilots from each squadron will conduct two delivery methods (VLD & LALD, HADB & MAT). Rocket events will be delivered two different ways; Low Angle Rocket (LAR) and High Altitude Tactical Rocket (HATR). All four pilots will accomplish both delivery methods. Strafing events will be delivered two different ways as well; High Angle Strafe (HAS) and Low Angle Strafe (LAS). Like the rocket events, all four pilots will accomplish both delivery methods. A minimum of 50 rounds per strafe event must be expended to satisfy strafe requirements.

2. General Rules
2. Because SOPs very from one vSquadron to another the following items MUST be followed to ensure safe and orderly operations: 2.1. TARs will be used by all participating vSquadrons and all radio broadcasts must be in English. 2.1.1. Any necessary server wide broadcasts will be made on UHF Guard (243.000). All pilots will monitor UHF Guard while in the sim. 2.1.2. Each Squadron will have their own assigned radio presets for Victor and Uniform. All range communications will be on the ranges Fox Mike preset. 2.2. 1st VFW Teamspeak will be used for the competition. Address: ffw.clants.net:3979 Password: luckysniper2008 2.2.1. Teamspeak (and server) names as a minimum will include the pilots Callsign and Squadron. This will ensure there is no confusion for the judges as well as spectators. A few examples: Snoopy-25th-VFS JaBoG32_Laud 74th_Tyger =STP=Dragon FCS_Heater 2.2.2. Teamspeak rules are in Attachment 1 and at the following link: http://www.firstfighterwing.com/forums/showthread.php?5844-Teamspeak-Forum-Rules-and-Regulations 2.3. The 25th vFS Dedicated Server will host the mission. All participating vSquadrons are responsible for being in the server and ACFT at their respective in sim time. This will ensure the competition runs smoothly and on schedule. 2.4. Each ACFT will have the required flight plan already loaded. 2.5. Judging will be by committee. There will be a minimum of four judges but each vSquadron participating may have an individual as a judge. 2.5.1. Judges can not participate in the actual competition. 2.5.2. Judges MUST be available to judge the entire competition.

2. General Rules
2.6. Each squadron is authorized four pilots in the competition and will fly as one four ship flight. 2.6.1. How a squadron identifies who will participate is up to them, the 25th VFS is going to hold an internal vHawgsmoke using this SOP as well as the vHawgsmoke mission and rating criteria to identify their best of the best to participate. 2.7. The total time limit for each vSquadron to complete the range portion is 40 minutes. The clock starts when lead calls In on VLD. At the expiration of 40 minutes, scores will no longer be considered for the competition and Snoopy (paulrkiii) will announce confirm armament safety checks completed over the range frequency. 2.7.1. Aborted Runs. A pilot may abort any weapon run, reposition and reattempt the attach run. This does not count against the score but the timer will continue to count down. 2.8. vSquadrons will provide a point of contact and PM paulrkiii on the ED message boards who that POC is. 2.8.1. The server password will be provided to these individuals who will have then be responsibe to provide the password to their vSquadron pilots participating. 2.9. The event will be broadcasting live on the following livestream channel: 74th The Flying Tigers http://www.74thvirtual.co.uk/live.html 2.10. FCS_Heater created a vHawgsmoke 2012 participant ribbon for users signatures.

3. Airfield Layout

Staging Area

Recovery Area

NOTE: Chart provided by JaBoG32

3. Airfield Layout cont

NOTE: Chart provided by JaBoG32

4. Ground Operations

4. Ground Operations. Anapa Vityazevo MAB (URKA) will be the primary airfield used during vHawgsmoke. 4.1. The active runway is Runway 04 4.2. Because sim ATC is not modeled the best all ATC communications will be broadcasted on UHF 251.1 (Preset 1). The following radio broadcasts are required: 4.3 . Once all systems are up and in the green taxi to Apron 2 (Staging Area) and await instructions. Flight lead will broadcast Anapa ground, [Flight Callsign] taxing to Staging Area 4.4. vHawgsmoke ATC will direct when to taxi from the staging area to the active runway (holding short) by broadcasting [Flight Callsign], Anapa ground, taxi to runway04, hold shot 4.5. Flight will taxi to and hold short runway 04. Once at the active Flight lead will broadcast Anapa ground, [Flight Callsign] holding short runway 04 4.6. vHawgsmoke ATC will direct when to take the active runway by broadcasting [Flight Callsign], Anapa ground, cleared for takeoff 4.7. Flight will taxi onto the active and proceed with takeoff.

5. After Takeoff

5. Once airborne and crossing waypoint URKA22 Flight Lead will broadcast: [Flight Callsign] airborne, departing Anapa traffic, inbound Hawgsmoke 5.1. Flight will then push to their prebriefed UHF channel 5.2. All range specific (in, base, departing) communications will broadcast on the range FM channel 39.000 (Preset 1).

6. Approach/Landing

6. When returning to Anapa Flight Lead will broadcast on UHF 251.1 (Preset 1): [Flight Callsign] inbound Anapa , XX miles out 6.1. vHawgsmoke ATC will broadcasting (when clear): [Flight Callsign], Anapa ground, cleared to land runway22 6.2. Once on the ground flight will use the entire runway to slow to taxi speeds and taxi to and park at the East Apron (Recovery Area). Once all members of the flight are clear of the active Flight Lead will broadcast: Anapa ground, [Flight Callsign], clear of active 6.3. Once parked Flight Lead will broadcast: Anapa ground, [Flight Callsign], parked 6.4. Pilots are then clear to shutdown their jets and disconnect from the server.

7. Range Operations
7.1. Aborted Runs. A pilot may abort any weapon run, reposition and reattempt the attach run. This does not count against the even score but the timer will continue to count down. 7.2. While operating on the range the following items will be broadcasted over range FM preset (this will ensure the judges have eyes on the correct location): 7.2. All pilots will: 7.1.1. when turning in to range:

[Flight Callsign1 (2, 3, 4)], in [Range Name] HOG1 in VLD


7.1.2. when turning off: [Flight Callsign1 (2, 3, 4)], off [Range Name] HOG1 off VLD 7.1.3. If aborting: [Flight Callsign1 (2, 3, 4)], abort run [Range Name] HOG1, abort run VLD 7.2. Flight Lead will broadcast after completing all ranges: [Flight Callsign], departing Hawgsmoke 7.3. FENCE procedures. When FENCING (arming weapon systems) for the range leave all external lighting on, countermeasures OFF.

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8. Weapons Delivery Guidance


8. Each A-10 will have the same weapons load: 6x BDU-33s - 14x Smoke Rockets - 1150 TP
Delivery Type Weapon Type Base Altitude (AGL) Aim Off Distance Initial HUD Placement Initial Aim-Off Angle Safe Escape Manoeuvre Profile Information Weapon Desired Time of Flight Ripple Quantity & Interval Initial Pipper Placement Base Range Track Altitude IFFCC Settings (N/A DCS A-10C)

Recovery Airspeed Release Altitude (AGL) Abort Altitude (AGL) DSMS Fuze Setting Head/Tail Wind Component Cross Wind Component

Aim-off distance (AOD)A distance beyond the target that is predictable for any weapons delivery. That distance is the no-wind projected flight path of an aircraft (where the aircraft would hit the ground if the pilot did not recover) in a dive delivery. Abort Altitude The altitude at which you must abort in order to not frag yourself, avoid a dud weapon and/or recover before the minimum altitude set in the DSMS profile Base Altitude Initial altitude from which the attack run in begins Initial HUD Placement (IHP)IHP is the angle at track altitude between the ZSL and the target, in mils. IHP can be derived from the total mil setting and the value for IPP. Total Mils = IHP + IPP. Initial Aim-off Angle (IAA)IAA is the angle between the AOP and the target at track altitude. Initial Pipper Placement (IPP)Angle between the target to the total solution in mils at track altitude. TrackingA portion of any dive weapons delivery that is devoted to the final alignment of aircraft sighting systems with the target. The amount of time associated is referred to as wings-level or tracking time. Track AltitudeAltitude at which the desired dive angle should be achieved, the target should be under the PBIL and the Pipper should begin tracking up to the target. Zero sight line (ZSL)A basic reference line extending through the fuselage of the A-10 parallel to the longitudinal axis of the aircraft. All sight depressions are referenced from the ZSL TOP TIP Set the depressible pipper to 34 mils to aid in tracking the target. 34 mils (33.7 but 34 is close enough) marks the gun bore line (GBL), this is the depression from the zero sight line where bullets initially exit the gun barrels. The GBL is sometimes used to approximate the aircraft vector on roll-out because the TVV lags behind 11 the actual aircraft flight path while in the turn.

8. Weapons Delivery Guidance

8.1 Unguided Munitions Events 8.1.1. Visual Level Delivery (VLD) Level delivery with a pitch angle at release of less than 5 climb or dive. Minimum recovery altitude on final is safe escape/fuse arm for ordnance being delivered, range/target area restrictions or 200 feet, whichever is higher. Profile Settings: Planned delivery: Safe Escape: Delivery Scoring Criteria: BDU-33, CCIP, RPL SGL 3, 75ft, SEM TLT, Min Alt 300, DTOF 5.6 45offset, 1.2NM Base/PUP, 500ft AGL, 335KIAS, 0-2 dive Turn Level Turn Alt 500 +/- 25ft & dive angle 0-2 at release = 10 pts Alt 500 +/- 50ft & dive angle 0-2 at release = 5 pts Outside of above parameters/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts Within 125 feet (38 meters) = 10 pts Within 250 feet (76 meters) = 5 pts Outside 250ft = 0 pts SEM Correctly Executed = 10 pts SEM Executed with errors = 5 pts No recognisable SEM executed/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts 12

Hit Scoring Criteria:

SEM Scoring Criteria:

8. Weapons Delivery Guidance

8.1.2. Low Angle Low Drag (LALD) Pop Up Planned dive angle of less than 30 degrees for a low drag weapon. Minimum recovery altitude is safe escape/fuze arm for ordnance being simulated/delivered or 800 feet AGL, whichever is higher. Profile Settings: Planned delivery: BDU-33, CCIP, RPL SGL 3, 75ft, SEM TLT, Min Alt 1000, DTOF 9.0 45 offset, 500ft AGL Run-in @335KIAS, 1.5NM Base/PUP, 3G Pull, Climb angle 25 Climb to 4500ft AGL, 3G Pull on to target, Release @ 3000ft AGL, 325KIAS 20 dive Turn Level Turn Alt 3000 +/- 200ft & dive angle 20 at release = 10 pts Alt 3000 +/- 400ft & dive angle 15-25 at release = 5 pts Outside of above parameters/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts Within 100 feet (31 meters) = 10 pts Within 175 feet (53 meters) = 5 pts Outside 175ft (53 meters) = 0 pts SEM Correctly Executed = 10 pts SEM Executed with errors = 5 pts No recognisable SEM executed/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts

Safe Escape:
Delivery Scoring Criteria:

Hit Scoring Criteria:

SEM Scoring Criteria:

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8. Weapons Delivery Guidance

8.1.3. High Altitude Dive Bomb (HADB) Planned dive angle of 30 degrees or greater. Minimum recovery altitude is 4,500 feet AGL. Profile Settings: Planned delivery: Safe Escape: Delivery Scoring Criteria: BDU-33, CCIP, RPL SGL 3, 75ft, SEM CLM, Min Alt 4500, DTOF 13.1 90 offset, 14000ft AGL Run-in @270KIAS, 2NM Base Release @ 9000ft AGL, 375KIAS, 45 dive Climbing Alt 9000 +/- 500ft & dive angle 45 at release = 10 pts Alt 9000 +/- 1000ft & dive angle 40-50 at release = 5 pts Outside of above parameters/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts Within 125 feet (38 meters) = 10 pts Within 250 feet (76 meters) = 5 pts Outside 250ft (76 meters) = 0 pts SEM Correctly Executed = 10 pts SEM Executed with errors = 5 pts No recognisable SEM executed/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts

Hit Scoring Criteria:

SEM Scoring Criteria:

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8. Weapons Delivery Guidance

8.1.4. Medium Altitude Toss (MAT) Release altitude is 10,000 feet AGL or higher. Minimum recovery is safe escape for the ordnance being delivered. 30 dive for designation/TD box check, pull to 10 dive (unguided munitions) or level flight (LGBs) for release. Profile Settings: Planned delivery: AGL, Safe Escape: Delivery Scoring Criteria: BDU-33, CCIP, RPL SGL 3, 75ft, SEM CLM, Min Alt 4500, DTOF 24.9 CCRP or CCIP Consent mode as desired, 90 offset, 14000ft AGL Run-in @275KIAS, 4.5NM Base, 30 Designation Dive, Release @ 11000ft 325KIAS, 10 dive Climbing Alt 11000 +/- 500ft & dive angle 45 at release = 10 pts Alt 11000 +/- 1000ft & dive angle 40-50 at release = 5 pts Outside of above parameters/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts Within 300 feet (91 meters) = 10 pts Within 600 feet (181 meters) = 5 pts Outside 600ft (181 meters) = 0 pts

Hit Scoring Criteria:

SEM Scoring Criteria:

SEM Correctly Executed = 10 pts SEM Executed with errors = 5 pts No recognisable SEM executed/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts
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8. Weapons Delivery Guidance cont


8.2. Rocket Events 8.2.1. Low Angle Rocket (LAR) Planned dive angle of 15 degrees or less. Minimum slant range is 4,000 feet. Minimum recovery altitude is 100 feet AGL. Profile Settings: Planned delivery: Safe Escape: Delivery Scoring Criteria: M274, CCIP, RPL SGL 7, Min Alt 100 45 offset, 2500ft AGL Run-in @335KIAS, 1.9 NM Base, 10 Dive Release @1000ft AGL, 0.9 NM Turn Level Turn Alt 1000 +/- 250ft & dive angle 10 at release = 10 pts Alt 1000 +/- 500ft & dive angle 5-15 at release = 5 pts Outside of above parameters/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts Within 75 feet (23 meters) = 10 pts Within 100 feet (30 meters) = 5 pts Outside 100ft (30 meters) = 0 pts SEM Correctly Executed = 10 pts SEM Executed with errors = 5 pts No recognisable SEM executed/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts

Hit Scoring Criteria:

SEM Scoring Criteria:

8.2.2. High Altitude Tactical Rocket (HATR) Tactical delivery with a slant range at release of 10,000 feet or greater from the target. Minimum recovery altitude is 4,500ft AGL. Profile Settings: Planned delivery: Safe Escape: Delivery Scoring Criteria: M274, CCIP, RPL SGL 7, Min Alt 100 45 offset, 10000ft AGL Run-in @250KIAS, 3 NM Base, 30 Dive Release @6000ft AGL, 1.7 NM Turn Level Turn Alt 1000 +/- 250ft & dive angle 10 at release = 10 pts Alt 1000 +/- 500ft & dive angle 5-15 at release = 5 pts Outside of above parameters/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts Within 250 feet (76 meters) = 10 pts Within 500 feet (152 meters) = 5 pts Outside 500ft (30 meters) = 0 pts SEM Correctly Executed = 10 pts SEM Executed with errors = 5 pts No recognisable SEM executed/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts

Hit Scoring Criteria:

SEM Scoring Criteria:

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8. Weapons Delivery Guidance cont


8.3. Strafe Events A minimum of 50 rounds per strafe event must be expended to satisfy strafe requirements. 8.3.1. High Angle Strafe (HAS) Planned dive angle of greater than 15 degrees. Minimum recovery altitudes are 1,000 feet AGL for planned dive angles 30 degrees or less and 1,500 feet AGL for planned dive angles above 30 degrees. Minimum slant range 3000ft. Number of rounds per event is 100. Planned delivery: 45 offset, 10000ft AGL Run-in @280KIAS, 3 NM Base, 30 Dive, firing slat range 1 NM Climb Alt 3000+/- 250ft & dive angle 30 at release = 10 pts Alt 3000+/- 500ft & dive angle 25-35 at release = 5 pts Outside of above parameters/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts Observed impacts on point target = 10 pts Bullet dispersion within 75ft (23 meters) = 5 pts All bullet impacts outside 75ft (23 meters) = 0 pts SEM Correctly Executed = 10 pts SEM Executed with errors = 5 pts No recognisable SEM executed/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts

Safe Escape: Delivery Scoring Criteria:

Hit Scoring Criteria:

SEM Scoring Criteria:

8.3.2. Low Angle Strafe (LAS) Planned dive angle of 15 degrees or less. Minimum slant range is 2,000 feet. Minimum recovery altitude is 75 feet AGL. Number of rounds per event is 100. Planned delivery: 45 offset, 2500ft AGL Run-in @335KIAS, 2.3 NM Base, 10 Dive, firing slat range 0.7NM Turn Level Turn Alt 750+/- 250ft & dive angle 30 at release = 10 pts Alt 750+/- 500ft & dive angle 25-35 at release = 5 pts Outside of above parameters/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts Observed impacts on point target = 10 pts Bullet dispersion within 75ft (23 meters) = 5 pts All bullet impacts outside 75ft (23 meters) = 0 pts SEM Correctly Executed = 10 pts SEM Executed with errors = 5 pts No recognisable SEM executed/errors affecting flight safety = 0 pts 17

Safe Escape: Delivery Scoring Criteria:

Hit Scoring Criteria:

SEM Scoring Criteria:

9. Safe Escape Maneuvers (SEM)


9.1. Turn Level Turn (TLT)

After release, simultaneously apply MIL power (MAX in the A-10) and establish a wings-level 4g pull within 2 seconds. As the TVV nears the horizon, perform a 2-4g loaded roll in the desired direction and establish a 4g level turn for at least 60 of heading change.

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9. Safe Escape Maneuvers (SEM) cont


9.2. Climbing (CLM)

After weapon release, establish a 4g pull within 2 seconds. As the nose approaches the horizon, apply MIL power (MAX in the A-10) and maintain the 4g pull until the TVV is 20 above the horizon, and then relax the pull until the TVV indicates at least a 30 climb.

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10. Map

Divert/IFE Airfield

Judges

IP Alpha

vHawgsmoke Range

EP Zulu

LARS / HAS / LAS VDL / HADB

MAT

HATR LALD

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11. Participating Squadrons, Radio Presets, Schedule


11. Flight Callsigns are based on real world USAF & NATO callsigns. Where possible callsign mirrors real world equivalent Squadron. Squadron 25th vfs 74th vFS 81st vFS Flight Callsign HOG CLAW ALAMO UHF Freq 251.2 251.3 251.4 AM Freq 116.1 116.2 116.3 In Sim Time Takeoff Time

8th vFS
33rd ABW Virtual 9th AF Croatian NOB Spare-Time-Pilots JoBog32

BANGO
ARROW ASPEN SHARK HOOK VANGAURD

251.5
251.6 251.7 251.8 251.9 252.1

116.4
116.5 116.6 116.7 116.8 116.9

Escuadron 69
76th vFS 21st Gruppo Tigre Smooth Operators 161st vFS 51st vFW

MISTY
SLASH CAT DUSTY CAPRA FIEND

252.2
252.3 252.4 252.5 252.6 252.7

117.0
117.1 117.2 117.3 117.4 117.5

5th vWing from Canada


373rd Vfs S77th Russian Air Force (RAF) 102nd Flight Group

DOZER
HUSKER CAESAR CASINO DIAMOND

252.8
252.9 253.1 253.2 253.3

117.6
117.7 117.8 117.9 118.0

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12. Judging
12. Once populated a list of judges will be included in this section. 12.1. Each judge will have their own ACFT located at Krasnodar - Pashkovsky. 12.2. Once in your ACFT request ground power to power radios. 12.3. Judges will have the following radio channels set: Victor: 116.000 (For comms between judges) Fox Mike: 39.000 (Preset 1) (Hawgsmoke Range channel, this will be used so judges know when an ACFT is inbound to a specific range and can ensure they have the proper external view enabled) 12.4. Judges will use F10 to select the correct unit to view for each stage of the competition. Units are named to match the particular delivery method required. 12.4. Judges will score each event in accordance with Section 8, Weapons Delivery Guidance and Section 9, Safe Escape Maneuvers (SEM) of this SOP.

12.5. A score sheet will be supplied to each judge for scoring.


12.6. Squadron scores for each event will be the average of all pilots. For example, for MAT if the four pilots scores are 10, 5, 5, 0 respectively the score for that squadron would be 10+5+5+10= 30/4= 7.5. 7.5 is the vSquadrons score for that (MAT) weapons event. 12.6.1. Reminder for VLD, LALD, HADB, MAT one pilot will only deliver two methods. For example if Pilot1 and 2 deliver VLD & LALD, Pilot3 and 4 will deliver HADB & MAT. 12.7. Hit Scoring will be scored during the competition. Closest hit is scored. 12.7.1. Delivery and SEM will be scored by reviewing Tacview. 12.7.1.1. Upon completion of the competition paulrkiii (Snoopy) will supply each judge with the tacview file form the server. Judges have 7 days to return their completed scoring document to paulrkiii (Snoopy).

12.7.1.2. Any judge that does not supply their final scoring sheet by day 7 will not have their scores included in the final calculation.
12.7.2. paulrkiii (Snoopy) will combine all scores, announce the results and release all scoring data and official tacview file. Release of the data is to ensure show the community that no cheating (ie changing of a judges scores) occurred.

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12. Judging

Target Scoring Example. Picture shown is an example of a target area, circles will be larger or smaller depending on the event. For VLD, LALD, HADB, MAT, LAR, and HATR: Any hits within the center circle equal 10 points. If no hits in the center circle any hits between the inner and outer circle equal 5 points. For HAS and LAS: Any hits observed impacting the target equal 10 points. Bullet dispersion within the inner circle, not directly impacting the target equals 5 points For all delivery methods, if nothing is inside either circle it equals 0 points.

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ATTACHMENT 1, Teamspeak Rules


1. Respect everyone on Teamspeak.
2. No member or guest is allowed to be intoxicated while on our Teamspeak server. 3. No swearing or explicit 'slang' is allowed on the 1st VFW Teamspeak unless in the 'Bad Language channel'. 4. If joining a flight channel where guys are flying and you intend to remain on their channel to listen in, be quiet. It's perfectly ok to listen in to a flight, but don't start a conversation with a buddy who's also listening in while the guys are trying to fly. 5. Do not fly on any of the O-Club channels (the default channel when you sign in). 6. Don't interrupt a debriefing if you weren't part of the flight. 7. Private Channels are for private conversations. Do not enter a private room 1 or private room 2 unless you are invited.

8. Do NOT drag a pilot to another channel without asking him first.


9. When flying, keep comms to a minimum and only related to the flight. 10. Contact the senior wing members when you have a issue or problem with another individual on Teamspeak. 11. Move to the AFK if you step away.

12. Racism of any depth will not be tolerated and will result in instant dismissal from the 1st VFW and all of its activities permanently.

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ATTACHMENT 2, Scoring Example

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ATTACHMENT 2, Scoring Example cont

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ATTACHMENT 2, Scoring Example cont

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ATTACHMENT 3, Z Diagram Kneeboards

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ATTACHMENT 3, Z Diagram Kneeboards

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