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Hi All,
My Name is Carl Kendrick - PR Officer at Virtual Royal Air Force (vRAF)
My job description in to make Online Flight Simmer's aware of the organisation.

Here is some infomation about the vRAF:

We are a military simulating group who's aim is to create an online social environment that virtually mirrors the Royal Air Force of the real world.

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 flight simmers can experience nothing better than the fun and organisation available from the vRAF. Our staff manage this group with our member's interest's at heart and with this scheme, vRAF members can get the most out of the vRAF and our Ranks and Promotion scheme. The more organised and effective Virtual RAF Officers can slowly work they way up in the ranks to be merged even greater with the vRAF with a much more important role.

To represent the RAF as best is possible, we not only follow their command structure and OPs (Operating Procedures), we've also divided our structure to allow the command of different types of aircraft to complete many different roles.

Here are those Commands (Departments)

Strike Command - Within this command we secure the skies in both offense and defense. Strike Command is used to attack enemy targets on the ground and in the air. Our frontline fighters and fighter/bombers forfill this role. We currently have 3 Squadrons and 3 active aircraft types.

Logistic Command - Within this command we cover transport (cargo/personnel) and air-to-air refueling. Logistics Command is used to suppy and re-enforce allied strength. This command also keeps our aircraft in the air on longer flights and is certainly an essential addition to the vRAF. Pilots flying with this command may often be busy during operations due to the large need for supplies and refueling. We currently have 3 Squadrons and 3 active aircraft types.

Joint Helicopter and Surveillance Unit - Within this command we can use our resources to gather key navigational/reconnaissance data and also transport supplies or troops in a slightly closer to-action manner. JHSU is used primarily to give our side the upper hand and of course to re-enforce our presence. Our aircraft and crews are all highly and trained for and practised for their individual roles. We currently have 2 Squadrons and 2 active aircraft types

vRAF Training Command - From here new pilots will learn or refurbish their skills as pilots so they are fit for frontline service in one of our squadrons. Training in the vRAF starts in our University Air Squadron (UAS) using the Grob Tutor . From there students will either move to 3 FTS for multi-engine training if they want to progress on to a Logistics/ Surveillance squadron, 4 FTS if they want to progress on to a Strike squadron or on to a frontline rotary squadron to be instructed on rotary flying as they go.

we also have a fully active forum and a hanger of all our Aircraft.

If You Have Any Questions please feel free to ask here.

Carl Kendrick
PR Officer
vRAF
www.vraf.co.uk

Guest

the website www.v-raf.co.uk is not working Twisted Evil

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Anonymous wrote:

the website www.v-raf.co.uk is not working Twisted Evil

It was posted 2 years ago.

Radar

v-RAF Guest

.co.uk has now gone but it morphed into www.v-raf.org.
Feel free to check us out

Guest

thats a entirly different VA, th one carl Kendric was on aobut is at www.rafvirtual.com

vRAF Guest

www.v-raf.org

This is the one I believe Carl was on about - .co.uk was the old site - now http://www.v-raf.org Wink

Joker001 Guest

Carl......

Thought you flew and worked for RAFvirtual.com? The Adult version of RAF VA's.

For 'next to' RAF simulation visit www.rafvirtual.com

For 'Flying with 10 year olds' simulation visit www.v-raf.org

jon rose Guest

What's Wrong with Either?

It Means There's a Choice.

Guest

Joker001 wrote:

Carl......

Thought you flew and worked for RAFvirtual.com? The Adult version of RAF VA's.

For 'next to' RAF simulation visit www.rafvirtual.com

For 'Flying with 10 year olds' simulation visit www.v-raf.org

Yeh, adult version that calls other vSOA's names, really grown up!

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