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DCS World Viggen Red Flag Campaign Mission 1 & 2

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DCS World 2.5 Here we are streaming live the Viggen Red Flag Campaign missions 1 & 2. Tips on using the Viggen are always welcome! I will be uploading more with tacview as we get into the combat missions. Hope you enjoy! Want to support my channel? Check out my patreon account. https://www.patreon.com/tricker I no longer stream on Youtube but I'm on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/tricky_tricker Come join the crew! **************Current Specs***************** CPU: i7-8700k 5.0ghz MOBO: ASUS Maximus Hero X WIFI CPU Cooler: Kraken X62 Video Card 1: ASUS Strix Nvidia GTX 1070 HD: Samsung 512 MB M.2 SSD HD: Samsung 512 MB SSD HD: WD 4TB 7200 RPM HD RAM: 32GB G.Skull 3200mhz HOTAS: Warthog HOTAS TrackIR 5 with Proclip MFG Crosswind Rudder Pedals Blue Yeti Microphone ***************************************************** Thanks for your support!
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Text Comments (5)
Ninjahat (4 months ago)
A quite significant geographic error by Wags... the mountain he points out straight ahead as being Bald Mountain (55:12) is actually further to the South being the tallest point on the ridge going South into The Container. Furthermore, the peak he points out as being No Name (56:42) is actually Chalk Mountain. Check it out here: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Bald+Mountain/@37.522039,-115.753225,28669m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x80b82140971c85dd:0x72a87526c217e50!8m2!3d37.4499547!4d-115.7347542
Tricker (4 months ago)
I didn't know that, did you send it in?
The Man (7 months ago)
IKEA... funny guy... 😏 But the Viggen was actually built by SAAB and had a Volvo engine. The later pure fighter variant, JA-37 was at its introduction in 1980, the most advanced fighter in the world outside the US. SAAB stands for Swedish Airoplane AB (swedish for Ltd.) They make all swedish military aircraft but internationally they are more famous for making cars for a while.
Tricker (7 months ago)
Thank you for the history lesson
Travis Schauer (9 months ago)
Good one!

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