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Start ::  Special Ops Division ::  Bush Operations Notices ::  Special Ops South to North USA
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Special Ops South to North USA

Anonymous Posted: 25.09.2015, 15:50
Unregistered User I wish to fly this challenge, but I can not find the Hall of Shame showing others who did this adventure. Did the Hall not get erected?

I would still like to do it, so I am announcing the start and will post the completion when I finish.
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Yoland Posted: 25.09.2015, 21:21

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The hall of fame disappeared some times ago when we had some problems with the website.
Presently I am planning a complete refresh of the special operations department as we have again an increasing activity, thanks to our pilots and our newcommers.
The closing of some former VA's and the development of better landscapes and sceneries has also increased the interest for low and slow flying (ORBX etc) and this new infatuation for our hobby dictates new effort to offer more to the SPA pilots.
But there is quite a lot of work to be done and in the management team we are all happy unpaid volunteers and of course we all live a real life including other interests.
Furthermore, in the background, presently all the structure of our website is being updated by our fantastic and irreplaceable webmaster and you will have to wait until everything is renewed and/or fixed to get a fully refreshed web structure.
Nevertheles, everything is done without interuption of our main service and almost unoticeable by the users. So you have plenty of flying pleasure available...

This being explained, good luck and enjoy your trip! :angel2:



edited by: Yoland, Sep 26, 2015 - 04:24 AM

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Anonymous Posted: 26.09.2015, 08:16
Unregistered User Hello Yoland, thanks for the reply. Well I guess we will have to wait for the big roll out. Sounds like a time for celebration and special flights!
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Anonymous Posted: 05.10.2015, 12:15
Unregistered User In this series of flight CMN4 is not in FSX or any database. Minto is given as 51Z Minto Alaska. I will be substituting this for CMN4 There is a CNM4 which is Stratford, Ontario Canada
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Anonymous Posted: 05.10.2015, 12:37
Unregistered User Actually flying to Minto and then CYXQ reqires back tracking and the distance from CEX4 TO CYXQ is approximately 132 nm I will skip Minto 51Z. :-(
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Yoland Posted: 08.10.2015, 11:38

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Just for information Steve, Minto belongs to my FSX as you can check on the following image.
Anyway whenever you do not find a programmed airfield in one of the bush or special ops flight.plan, do not hesitate to choose another one leading you to the following leg. Using Plan G is very convenient to find a possible alternate airport.

See picture in the photos section below under the name MINTO

Anyway, enjoy your flights

Cheers :angel:







edited by: Yoland, Oct 08, 2015 - 06:46 PM

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Anonymous Posted: 08.10.2015, 12:34
Unregistered User Yoland, I said I had a Minto, but it was 51Z I believe vice CMN4 and doing that would cause a backtrack vice continuous route west, so I chose to skip Minto as it was a different ICAO.
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Yoland Posted: 08.10.2015, 18:23

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Sorry Steve if I did not catch at once exactly what you meant. I do my best to communicate in good English but I realise that sometimes I forget to tell to newcomers that my mother tong is French.
I am a Swiss national, from the French speaking part of Switzerland (near Geneva and Lausanne, seat of the International Olympic Committee).
Therefore, especially on US chats or forum where people have a tendency to use abbreviation or shortened language I can get lost… as a matter of fact that can even be true in French! :biggrin:
You know, I was born in 1942 and when I was in school we had to respect spelling, grammar and syntax. No slang or abbreviated language permitted… :hammer:
But, thanks to your explanation, I could modify the incriminated schedule so that subsequently the future users will not be bothered by the little problem that you reported.
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Anonymous Posted: 08.10.2015, 20:45
Unregistered User Your English is better than my French and I took two years of first year. That's basically all I was doing, reporting a problem in the mission.
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