During the course of a month, the 107th hosts numerous training and public events.
The 107th offers 3 main types of Events:
These are theory and practical instructional mission. This is and TNT are our most open and accessible events, all we require is people to express their interest in participating. Some examples of what gets taught on a ToT are ATC Operations, Air to Air Refueling Procedures, Proper Carrier Operations. These are taught by a 107th instructor who is the resident expert on the topic of the day. We aim to do one session a month typically during the middle of the month on a Tuesday.
For these events, we would like people to have SRS setup. DCS on the version specified by the Instructor. Teamviewer to be installed.
TNT is a 2 hour period of controlled madness. If you want to experience TTI at it’s finest with a fully staffed air traffic services, AWACS, and occasionally a JTAC. TNT is open to all and has no barrier to entry.
We prefer those who participate in TNT to use SRS however chat is also a suitable replacement if you are unable to use SRS for any reason.
These are our most demanding events as there is a major objective that only when all flights involved coordinate effectively can complete. The barrier for entry is a lot higher due to the expectations that the mission designers have for the Operation. However, we still accept anyone who wants to fly. Some of the more common types of end of mission OPs are Escorts, Deep Strikes, Ground attacks, and many others. Each of these missions has a different level of difficulty and will always provide a challenge even to the most seasoned DCS pilots.
We require all participants to have SRS set up and working prior to the operation. DCS on the version specified by the mission designer. The correct map installed. A willingness to learn and be corrected.