Reaching a new level in cooperation is our first mission. Plan and share your operations with other groups and users and contribute to the growth of the international combat simulation community.Join Now
Virtual squadrons have been collaborating for two decades now and we believe this is the time to build a new standard by deepening together all available real life tactics, techniques and procedures.Join Now
ATO, ACO and SPINS are critical for air operations, we are trying to provide the community the best mission planning tools in accordance with the available real documentation.Try AOC Tools
After almost 20 years of military flight simulation we firmly believe that what can give us the most real experience is the cooperation. This is the concept behind Combined Ops.
We always have been looking for virtual squadrons to cooperate with. Now that platforms and internet connections allow larger numbers of pilots and support units we believe the community needs a new way to meet and share experience and knowledge.
In Combined Ops we created tools for virtual squadrons to easily share their operations and register to participate in those of other groups. Also new tools designed for commands and mission planners and pilots as AOC Tools and Mission Planner are available and in continuous development. We hope to add new feature soon following the needs of our community.
It is now possible to download files for DCS-DTC and DCS: TheWay.
Added the ability to join blue or red coalitions and units visibility changed according to DCS options.
AOC Tools is a highly intuitive web based software that reads all data from DCS World .miz files and write a downloadable PDF file that contains all information about your mission in a as real as possible format.
Designed for virtual squadrons mission planners, AOC Tools allows to integrate DCS World data with other features like the ACO and Comm Plan editors.
AOC Tools is fully integrated with Mission Planner so planners or squadron commander can decide when the mission will be available for pilots.
Reading DCS World .miz files to create: