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Attention! If you wish to join AG-51
« on: February 28, 2020, 07:20:28 AM »
RECRUITING IS CURRENTLY OPEN, ONCE THE APPLICATION IS ACCEPTED, THERE WILL BE A COMMAND INTERVIEW via DISCORD

AG-51 has been around since 2003.  Members initially flew as JG-51 in the European IL2 Forgotten Battles arena, and then transitioned to the Pacific Theater as AG-51 with the release of IL2 Pacific Fighters.
In the Spring of 2013, AG-51 transitioned into the DCS platform with the release of the P-51 Mustang.  Over the last 10 years we have flown many airframes, but our primary goal was to return to Carrier Operations.

Our Membership is open to mature individuals at least 21 years of age.

Our membership currently covers many time zones. Our dedicated flight times begin at 6:00 PM PST (0200 UTC) on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

Tuesday Nights are considered a “Fun Night” used to fly whatever airframe you own. There is no formal training unless a SME is requested.

Thursdays Nights are considered Squadron nights to practice upcoming mission assignments (weapon employment, tanking, etc.,) in your dedicated Airframe assigned.

Saturday Nights are CAG-51 Mission nights with the whole group participating in a dedicated mission built by one of our mission builders.

DCS CAG-51 Flight Requirements:
•   Members must have a legal copy of their primary Airframe they plan on flying during Thursday and Saturday nights
•   Own the following Terrains – Persian Gulf, Syria, and South Atlantic.
•   Supercarrier Module
•   DCS’ WW II Asset Pack
•   Simple Radio Standalone (SRS) - Freeware

If you are interested in becoming a part of CAG-51, please contact us at
https://www.cag-51.org/contact



« Last Edit: March 26, 2023, 09:48:15 PM by AG-51_Sabot »


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