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Old 08-29-2011, 01:44 AM
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A Place to register and recruit for your squads in the CoD community.

Please provide Website/Forum links and what your requirements are for new members etc etc.



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Old 08-29-2011, 06:56 AM
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Welcome to the 69 Gvardeiskii Istrebiteinii Aviatsionnii Polk of the Voyenno-Vozdushnye Sily
First is to explain a little about who the 69th are, and what they do:
The 69th Gv.IAP squad started up around August of 2003 and was founded by a number of players led by Skulls_Yanev (now with the callsign ROSHKO) who were a part of the European section of the Skull's Squad.
Over the last seven years we have established a capability that is almost unique in the online flying world, which is to carry out full combined operations. This involves strategic bombing, tactical ground attack, fighter escort and interceptor missions both from land bases and carrier borne ops. An online war mission will include several or all of these elements. We regularily field 20 plus human pilots in competition against other squadrons.So if you are looking for flying with a purpose rather than mindless online furballs…
If you are wondering what it feels like to fly with and against human opponents then look no further:

Visit our website Our Home

Really, what we are looking for are pilots who are willing to work together not for personal glory, but for the success of the squad, and the success of the mission.

We fly in European, Transatlantic and Amerika timezones with online war missions on both Sundays and Wednesdays. Training missions are run once a week and most days you will find pilots doing something or just out looking for trouble.

Unlike many squadrons we do not have a minimum age but we do expect under 18s to have parental approval. We have pilots aged between 13 and 65+ (and sometimes it’s hard to tell who is the “youngest”). What counts is not how good you are but what effort you are putting in and how much fun you are getting out of it.
We offer one on one basic flight training with real life pilots, specialist off and on-line weapons delivery training plus structured military formation and combat training with a real life airforce instructor. How far you want to go depends on what you put in, but don’t worry what counts most is having fun so if you just want to blow stuff up you will find some like minded souls…


The squad has a dedicated technical infrastructure with a powerful server in a commercial datacentre with high speed internet access. This manages large co-op and dogfight missions plus voice communications for the squadron.

We are currently actively building two new online campaigns, one for RoF and the other for Cliffs of Dover.
This is in conjunction with our regular involvement in several SEOW campaigns.
Visit our homepage and you will realise, this is the squadron home you have been looking for.
From newbies to veterans we all are equal.


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Old 08-29-2011, 12:39 PM
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We are 5. Staffel of JG27, a virtual fighter squadron. We represent a part of the Luftwaffe, mainly flying the BF109. We are also recruiting Bf110 heavy fighter pilots in our 9./ZG26 Zerstörer branch. We are looking for mature members aged 18+ primarily from Europe who enjoy playing online competitively in co-ops ( SEOW ), dog fights as well as clan/unit matches/scrims.

We fly when ever we can on our Cliffs of Dover server but Saturdays 20:00 GMT is our group weekly session. We also have an Optional flying session on Wednesdays at 20:00 GMT.

We are using TeamSpeak 3 to speak over net and all members are invited to come over and have a good time if we're flying or not!
We are recruiting all skill levels! But we fly full switch settings and always with closed cockpits!


Current Vacancies:

Bf109:7 Seats Available
Bf110:2 Seats Available

Here is a link to our webpage:

https://sites.google.com/site/5jagdgeschwader27

and forum:

http://www.5jg27.net/






See you over England,

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Old 08-29-2011, 03:09 PM
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Since you are reading this, we can assume that you have an interest in learning more about the AFJ. Please read the following and learn who and what the AFJ are.

The Allied Fighter Jocks are an online group of friends who have a mutual interest in online gaming, especially flying WWII era war planes. We are committed to fun, teamwork, honor, and building a strong unit with a foundation of uncompromising skill and intergrity.

Back in 1998, Janes Combat Flight Simulators released World War II Fighters. This game was based on English, North American, and German planes that fought in the European Theater from 1944 through 1945. Being one of the first flying simulators with a very strong online component, Janes Combat Net soon gathered a very large amount of people from all over the world. Very shortly after this, the individual players started the Squadrons, and where there are teams, there will be competition.

The first organized competition for WW2 Fighters was the All out War, idealized by my old friend Yossarian. All out War was a dogfight-based competition for Squadrons. No individual pilots were allowed to compete by themselves, which necessitated team skill.

Four pilots, four friends, Regor, Warpviper, Knothead and Pistnbroke, decided to create their own squad to compete in AOW.

They created the Allied Fighter Jocks!

Eight squadrons competed in the first AOW. They were the AFJ, 222, 365th, JG26, 663rd, 64th, ACS, and JG2. Right from the beginning, the AFJ showed how teamwork and camaraderie paid off by winning the first round of AOW. We continued to win every round we competed in, for a total of 9 out of 10 rounds.

For three years pilots have come and gone, rotating through tours of duty, but the AFJs skill level has remained among the highest in the JCN.

Many pilots have contributed to the success of the AFJ, too many to list. But the AFJs tactics and teamwork can be traced back to two AFJ legends, Knothead and Warpviper. Knothead, in my opinion was one of the best of the best that ever flew a flight simulator. He, and his wingman Warpviper, perfected the art of boom and zoom flying. Their perfect teamwork and tactics made them two of the most feared pilots in JCN. Their tactics and teamwork has been passed down throughout the years. This has created the foundation of the AFJs flying style and created other JCN legends such as T.Rex, Rhinox, Hughj, Mastiff, RedDeth and Taz, all of which have helped create the aura of an almost unbeatable squadron with their success in AOWs. As long as Janes WW2 fighters lives, the AFJ will fight hard to rule the sky. To see all of the AOW statistics please visit our War Stats section of the web page. www.fighterjocks.net

In 2001 a new combat based flight simulator hit the shelves called IL2 Sturmovik from 1C Maddox and Ubisoft, based on the Eastern Front of WWII. German and Soviet air forces go head to head in the skies of Eastern Europe. IL2 was a new challenge for the AFJ. Many pilots jumped right into IL2, where as some stayed behind in Janes WW2 Fighters. The AFJ IL-2 members took their combat experience and applied it to this new arena, turning their efforts into two Air Dominance Competition victories.

The following are the principles, which the AFJ is founded:

Our main goal is to have fun, doing with friends what we all love to do: fly and fight online simulators.

We will not forget the AFJ past, so it is imperative for us to invite only pilots that fulfill the AFJ standards:

- Above average flying skill.
- A gentlemanly attitude of chivalry and fair play in the matches we compete and practice.
- A good sense of humor and friendship.
- And above all, be able to have fun!

If you believe you have what it takes to be a part of the AFJ then please fill out are enlistment forms on our webpage

The AFJ Spirit
Semper Invictus, Long Live the Fighters!

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Old 09-10-2011, 08:55 AM
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If you fly RAF or Luftwaffe in full switch, or would like to fly full switch then give us a shout. We're a laid back group where immersion and enjoyment is primary. We are of various nations in the European and North American timezones and communicate in English (to various standards) and German.



We run "Kenley Wing" operating Hurricanes from No.615 "County of Surrey" Squadron and No.111 (Fighter) Squadron supported by the daring Spitfires of No.64 Squadron. To complete the RAF we operate "Biggin Hill Wing" with No.501 "County of Gloucester" Squadron and No.32 Squadron on Hurricanes with Spitfires from No.610 "County of Chester" Squadron.

You don't have to be an ace, we are welcoming to all standards even if you've never flown before and can't yet start your engine. Training will be provided to get you flying and enjoying our activities via 6 OTU before posting to a squadron (largely based on your preferred type).



Our Luftwaffe operates as II./Gruppe and III./Gruppe of Jagdgeschwader 26 "Schlageter", the Abbeville boys and the 'natural enemy' of Kenley and Biggin Hill Wings using the Bf109 fighter. We also have a committed Zerstorer staffel in 6./ZG26 performing intruder raids in the Bf-110 heavy fighter. Our staffeln cater for German and English speakers though 6./ZG26 is purely English language.

We are frequently engaged in CoD fielding many pilots on both Allied and Axis. We gather regularly and fly together at altitude on the public servers available and regularly fly our own historical immersion based campaigns in our private server. When ACG form for these missions we are packed in the server from our factions plus large raids of AI bombers. These are not empty squadrons/staffeln, we operate according to historical numbers. At time of writing there are over 120 active pilots in ACG and growing.

All of these squadrons make up Air Combat Group and our goal is to have both factions fighting historically but remaining good friends, there IS a place for you. If you would like to know what we expect from members please read here:
http://www.aircombatgroup.co.uk/foru...php?f=3&t=1086

We operate a Teamspeak 3 server at 85.236.100.27:16317, please come in at anytime. Our new website is at http://www.aircombatgroup.co.uk with all the information about us, our forums and a flight school if you want to know more. Please post freely (registration not required for guests).

Finally, if you just fancy flying with us then please come in, we are a public group for general activities.

Hope that's not too much reading, if you are interested just jump into our comms or make a post on our forums or shout at any of our members online
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Old 09-10-2011, 05:43 PM
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The USN Squad is looking for fighter and bomber pilots of all skill levels. No matter if you're newby or ace!

The USN is a group of fun and mature guys who fly using cooperative efforts and sound wingman tactics. We fly almost full switch with the exception of speedbar and externals view.

We fly PTO in US Naval aircraft from both land and carriers.

Our training program is top notch and will get you flying like an ace in no time.

Flying times are:
Wednesday night 8pm EST Training
Thursday night 8pm EST PTO Campaign
Saturday night 8pm EST PTO Campaign

Currently flying IL2 1946 v4.101 but most have COD and will slowly make the change.

Requirements: 21 years or older, Teamspeak 3, good attitude!

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Forum page: http://usnsquad1946.freeforums.org/index.php
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Old 09-10-2011, 06:14 PM
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We are JG5 and have been flying online since the EAW Days.

Just posting to be registered.

Currently not recruiting

http://www.jg5.org.uk/
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Old 09-10-2011, 09:04 PM
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ATAG - The Air Tactical Assault Group

A new group full of people that's been around for a while. We like to have fun and have a good laugh together. We have some skilled pilots and some brand new to the genre. Skill isn't important. We are hoping to get into an SEOW type campaign for IL2COD amongst other things, eventually. You can watch us die, constantly, on our server

And, yes, we are recruiting. Website (WIP) http://theairtacticalassaultgroup.com/forum
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Old 09-18-2011, 04:12 PM
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The Syndicate Squadron

Running servers for Rise of Flight and IL2: Cliffs of Dover (Whenever it gets sorted)

You can find all the info you need over at www.syndicatesquadron.net


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Old 10-16-2011, 08:59 AM
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_RAAF_Squad

www.raafsquad.com

we were formed in Jan of 2001 with most members then flying the CFS2 and since have followed the IL2 series through.

We still fly 1946 and will move to Cliffs of Dover when a majority of the bugs have been ironed out. We also have our Steam Group, just look for _RAAF_Squad

We are always recruiting.

Message boards at www.raafsquad.com/msgbrd

Feel free to drop in and say G'day!!
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