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TK Claymore
09-17-2004, 12:59 AM
Hello, Everyone,

As I am new to this forum, my question may have been answered long ago. I am posting this since a quick search didn't give me the info I want.

One of the training missions for the Bf109 in IL-2 FB (I have version 1.11), the one introducing the basics of the aircraft IIRC, takes place in a beautiful mountain valley. The scenery is truly awesome. Can anyone locate this place for me, please, in terms of the many areas available for the user in the Mission Builder, since I would very much like to set up a few missions in that region myself.
Thanks in advance. Regards to all, Thomas.

TK Claymore
09-17-2004, 12:59 AM
Hello, Everyone,

As I am new to this forum, my question may have been answered long ago. I am posting this since a quick search didn't give me the info I want.

One of the training missions for the Bf109 in IL-2 FB (I have version 1.11), the one introducing the basics of the aircraft IIRC, takes place in a beautiful mountain valley. The scenery is truly awesome. Can anyone locate this place for me, please, in terms of the many areas available for the user in the Mission Builder, since I would very much like to set up a few missions in that region myself.
Thanks in advance. Regards to all, Thomas.

F19_Ob
09-17-2004, 04:37 AM
I think I know wich one u mean, but cant remember the map name at the moment.

While we wait for a smarter poster or my memmory to come back I can Bumb.
....BUMB...

zjulik
09-17-2004, 04:39 AM
Online 4 mountains, probably.

Tully__
09-17-2004, 04:50 AM
Map name is Online4Summer

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Friendly_flyer
09-17-2004, 04:51 AM
There's also some very nice mountains in Crimea and Cuban. I suggest you fiddle around a bit with weather and time of day. That can produce quite rewarding scenery.

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Norway