With BMS realeased i will concentrate exclusively on keeping the checklists and charts updated with BMS newest versions. I will only support complete third party terrain that i feel are advanced enough to have a complete suite of navigation charts and interactive maps. At this time I will concentrate on default Korea, EMF and ITO. These last two terrain are IMHO the most advanced terrain for BMS.
Amongst other things i will also work on the following:
- Update the BMS weapon checklists (latest rev BMS 4.33)
- Update all the BMS checklists (latest rev BMS 4.33)
- Maintain the dash 1 up to date with BMS development (latest rev BMS 4.33)
- Continue and maintain the BMS charts for Korea, EMF & ITO
- Maintain the Interactive maps for Korea, EMF and ITO
So if you wish to help or if you wish to have your checklists work hosted here, please contact me
people deserve credit for the checklists. I hope to have given my thanks
to everyone - if you feel you have been forgotten, let me
- My fellow ViperDrivers who actually took the time to send comments while testing BMS to make all the checklists and charts better.
"T-Rex" Perkins for his valuable feedback, Martin
"Terrapin" Gerner, Stephen 'HotDogOne"
French for the OG: APG68 and amraams and his valuable
feedback, Wayne Timmins for the OG lantirn.
Skyfire for the Cate program and
Snakeman for his valuable CATE maps who made the kneemaps
possible, Aeyes for his help on the A-10 and
F-15 project, Meangreeny for his suggestion
of a rampstart only checklist. Jaillie for
his help on the navigation charts.
- Special Thanks
also to Dimitri Verdoodt who created the drawings
used in the checklists. Some of his drawings are available for sale.
Don't hesitate to contact him
- Thanks also to
the dedicated test team for the ODS kneemap. Without you, I'd still
be doing the airbase latitudes and longitudes and tacan data.
Boschung for his great help on Iraq and Iran. Greg
"DryLouvre" Salt for Syria. Paul
"Alicatt" Alistair for Egypt. Graham
Harper for israel. Kraig Mitchell
for Lebanon and Cyprus. Jack "Swampy" Crook
for Iran. Jonathan "Falcon1" Drucker
- Finally thanks
to all of you who sent feedback and comments and of course to the members
of the F4 groups that answered my never ending questions about their
has been some confusion in the version numbers of the checklists. Here
is a small word that I hope will clear the matter:
Rev are 4 digits. First two are the year and last two are the months when the version was last updated
So latest version is 1509 means they date back from September 2015. Emergency volume is still 0612 (December 2006)
Last updated: 03.02.09
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