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Combat HQ (Combat Information Center)

Post by YSFHQ » Tue Nov 11, 2014 3:30 pm

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Welcome to the YSFHQ combat hub. This is the index of all the knowledge you need to really make it as a combat pilot in ysflight.


There are many trials, many milestones on the road to becoming one of the best. Know that the information you're reading comes straight from the best.

Basics

These tutorials are meant to get you started on how to fly in combat roles
Combat standards
key setup *not worth any combat points
basic flight and navigation
Air to air gunnery

Air to air combat

The names of Talon, Bombcat, Raven, Deathstrike, Maverick still remind many today of the glorious victories and crushing defeats in the virtual skies. But what truly made these legends great is in what they excelled: all were champions of the art of the dogfight, masters of every aircraft type and every physics quirk. Whether you hunt alone or in a pack, here's how to get your air to air game on.
air combat starter guide
dogfighting theory *not worth any combat points
aircraft roles
Raven's BFM guide
fighting with an agility disadvantage
aam guide
wingman guide
awacs guide *not worth any combat points

Proper weapon use and strike

Others still painstakingly mastered every use for every weapon, every last hard point being as deadly to those on the ground as those in the air. Sometimes in rather creative (though impractical) ways. Ever seen an enemy fighter bombed in midair? Have you felt the fury of a double gun kill? Have you seen your base die to... air to air missiles? Weapon use and ground attack are the second core component of YS combat.
strategic bombing guide (heavy bombers)
strike profiles
killing ships
surviving strike missions
AAA and SAM avoidance
The arsenal (also very useful for air to air pilots)

AGM
fuel tanks
unguided rockets
500lb bombs
250lb bomb
high drag bombs

Squadron warfare

But no one ever made it to those prodigious skills alone. Many were part of warring squadrons. The old YS battles raged with a passion and fury that are scarcely seen today. The infamous pilots of the RPFW, the CVW-171, the 241st squadron, the 49th squadron have had many clashes over the years, ranging from massive and epic hate-driven air wars to skirmish-scale attrition and harassment. The obvious side effect, of course, were long standing divisions in the community which contributed to the spoiling of the previous community. Thankfully, our newest system allows for all the adversity without the bullshit.
squad rules
how to be a good squad member
squad training
how to start a squad
recruiting tips
how to manage your squad
choosing your squad colors *not worth any combat points
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