Taking a bit of time off from my busy life to post a simplified training guide which I plan to use one day... butchered way down from my original post.
BRITISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN Mission 1 - Earn Your Wings (Training at Farnborough) First Solo Flight Fly a circuit below 1,000 feet and perform at least 5 consecutive takeoffs and landings without turning off your engine.
Missions 2, 3 & 4 - Earn Your Wings (Training at Farnborough) Solo Emergency Landing on a field Takeoff and land somewhere out of sight of an aerodrome without turning off your engine, then fly back to your hanger.
Solo dead stick Landing Glide from around 5,000 ft. and land within a circular mark of 50 ft. in diameter.
Practice some acrobatics Perform at least one spiral, figure eight, stall and tailspin.
Mission 5 - Earn Your Wings (Training at Farnborough) Solo Night Time Flight Takeoff and fly at night in a set direction out of sight of your aerodrome then return.
Mission 6 - Earn Your Wings (Training at Thetford) Bombing practice Climb up to a high altitude and drop bombs inside the designated target area.
Mission 7 - Earn Your Wings (Training at Catterick) Gunnery practice Fly to the designated target area and practice strafing runs at static targets flying at treetop level.
Mission 8 - Earn Your Wings (Cross-Country Flight) Fly from Thetford to Northolt, Northolt to Castle Bromwich, Castle Bromwich to Thetford triangle.
Mission 9 - Report to designated squad’s aerodrome or St. Omer's Pilot Pool Receive orders. Fly across the channel to your destination aerodrome.
GERMAN Mission 1 - Earn Your Pilot Badge (Training at Koln) First solo Flight Fly a circuit under 50 meters (165 feet) and near the airfield.
Mission 2 - Earn Your Pilot Badge (Training at Koln) Perform 2 eights in the air (repeat until perfect eights are done) and land without turning off your engine. Then take off again, climb to at least 100 meters (328 feet) and glide in for a landing with the engine turned off. Do Not restart your engine while gliding.
Mission 3 - Earn Your Pilot Badge (Training at Koln) Glide from 1000m (3,200 feet) and stop within a 50 meter diameter circle.
Mission 4 - Earn Your Pilot Badge (Cross-Country Flight) Fly from Koln to Dusseldorf, glide down from 500m, land and do not turn off your engine then fly back to Koln.
Mission 5 - Earn Your Pilot Badge (Training at Koln) One take-off and landing at night.
Mission 6 - Report to your designated squad Fly from Koln to your assigned squad.
@HumanDrone - the graphic is the Debrief feature of Mission Editor. You can study your movements and actions after each mission. You can also reincarnate your dead pilot, if something goes wrong (e.g. your pilot spawns under ground, etc.).
that bloody mission editor.....I've tried....and failed miserably several times to install it. It looks like fun and w/ the consolidated airfields a marvellous add. The folder stuctures, what has to be JSME and what has to be added manually and opened when...and how....left me baffled. I've no doubt I'm not the only one in this boat. There is of course an installation read me apparently adapted to the meanest understanding yet my understandandings can't go under even that kindly intentioned bar. If any of you would care to expand on that read me w/ pix and arrows (always my favorite....with small parentheses that say "here dummy"), I for one, would be grateful to give it another shot......thx all
@gaw1 - sorry to hear your problems with ME. You do not need anything to install to use ME - just extract on disc and run "WOFF UE_Mission Editor.jar" (assuming you have Java installed). Here is the illustrated manual/tutorial ME 1.3.0 Tutorial If you need any assistance, contact me over PM.