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Tactical Dictionary for IL2-FH
« on: 26 March 2012, 12:15:07 »
Tactical Dictionary for IL2-FH
Exclamations:
OMG = Oh My God!
WTF = What The F*$k?
LOL = Laughing Out Loudly
ROTF = Rolling on the Floor
ROTFLMAO = Rolling on the Floor Laughing my Ass Off
S(C/M/B)OMN = Shooting (Coke/Milk/Beer) Out My Nose
FU = F$%k You - Hi Mate :)
SOG = Son of a Gun. Implies "Well Done", "Way To Go" or "I'll be damned"
<S> = Salute!
WTG = Way To Go
(plane) (position) bail = Aircraft of type (plane) at (postition), bail out or I'll kill you
Moin = "Hi" in German.
Plz = Please
Thx = Thanks

Parts:
Ail - Aileron
fuel - Center Fueltank
rud - Rudder
Vstab - Vertical stabiliser
Hstab - Horizontal stabiliser
elev or vator - Elevator

radio-protocols
bz = I am busy, can't respond now
cc = "click-click" or "copy", acknowledged
sry = sorry
brb = (I'll) Be Right Back
AFK = Away From Keyboard
GG = Got to Go or Good Game
bb = bye bye
AFAIK = As Far As I Know
cya = See you all (something like: hope see you later).

Tactics
Raid = Swift strike with JaBo's
Sweep = Fighter patrol over enemy territory
Vulching = From "vulture". Means killing landing and taking-off aircraft
BUFF-hunt = Intercepting heavy bombers.
cap = Capture of field
CAP = Combat Air Patrol, same as sweep
Chutekiller = Someone who shoots bailed pilots to get kills.
killstealer = Someone who shoots the wrecks of planes hit by others to steal their points
B&Z or B'nZ = "Boom and Zoom", vertical attack-maneuvering
T&B or T'nB = Turn and Burn, (mainly) horizontal dogfighting
Scramble = Emergency take-off from a field under attack. Usually with heavily armed T'nB
planes.
Help F(X) = Scramble from Field (X)

Actions
(I) twr FXX= I am in the tower of field XX
OTR = On The Runway
(I) eng XX = I changed throttle to XX percent
plz = "Please", to indicate a request or order.
omw = On My Way
otw = On The Way, On Their Way
///// = Help me
666 = Enemy on my 6, I can't shake him
check 6 = Look out, enemy behind you
Down = Shot down
Bail = Exited plane with parachute
Ditch = crash-landed
BL = Break Left
BR = Break Right
BU = Break Upwards (immelman or hammerhead)
BD = Break Downwards (Split-S)
Drag = Keep your heading, other will engage the con
Ext = Extend, get out of reach
In = Diving onto enemies, engaging (also used as order to commence dive-bombing)
Out = Extending, disengaging
dmg = Damaged or Damage
clr = You've been cleared
engage = Attack at will
diseng = Disengage, break off attack
Abort = Abort mission
RTB = Return to base
RTB ammo/fuel/dmg = I return to base because I am out of ammo / out of fuel / damaged
Winchester = Out of ammo
run = Running Away, fleeing the battle
H2H = Head-To-Head attack.
HO = Head On, same as HTH
Colli = Collision, instant death
PK = Pilot Kill, instant death
Deck = Very Low Altitude
Feet wet/dry = Flying over water/land
Snapshot = Quick burst in general direction of enemy
trgt down XX sec= Target Destroyed for XX seconds


Directions
ib = InBound
AZ XXX= Azimut XXX degrees
HDG = Heading
hi = Higher then you
low = Lower then you
pos = Position
alt = Altitude
XXXk ft/m = XXX * 1000 feet or meters

Objects
Cheater / Chiter = Any pilot better then you
Whiner / Winer = Any person accusing you of being the above
F = Field, mostly with number
Coms = Commandos
Otto = Automatic gunners
Paras = Paratroopers (sometimes meaning Commandos)
hmack = Human Ack (12 mm or 25 mm)
con = Enemy plane
dot = bogey / unidentified plane
BB = (from "BB-pellets", bullets for air-guns) ammo for guns and cannons
egg = bomb
rox = Rockets
BUFF = Big Ugly Fat F%$ker, heavy bomber
JaBo = Jagd-Bomber (?), fighter-bomber
Hvy = Heavy fighter, JaBo
egg = Bomb, Gravity Weapon
torp = Torpedo
ammo = ammo depot
twr = Tower or Point-of-View
ack = Air-to-air guns
12 = 12 mm ack
20 = 20 mm ack
40 = 40 mm ack
80/88 = 80 mm ack
hgr = Hangar
rdr = radar
fuel = Fuel tank
brdg = Bridge
fact = Factory
ware = warehouse
strut = Structure, any building
eco (or eco-target) = factories, cities and other targets which influence enemies economy
ackstar = BUFF used at low alt, against fighters
CV = Carrier
DD = Destroyer
CA = Cruiser

Aircraft names
Emil = Bf109e
Friedrich = Bf109f
Gustav = Bf109g
Karl or Kurfust = Bf109k
Dora = FW190D
Spit = Spitfire
Mossie = Mosquito, DH-98
Stuka = Ju87
Hurri = Hurricane
Pony = P51 Mustang
Runstang = P51 Mustang
UFO = I-153
Li = Li-2 troop carrier
Ju = Ju-52 troop carrier
Whistling Piece Of Shit/WPOS = Ju-52
Uber-plane = Any aircraft supposedly unfair to the other side
Zeke/Zero = A6M family
Betty = G4M
Frank = Ki84
Oskar = Ki43
Jug = P-47
« Last Edit: 07 April 2012, 09:14:08 by ZeYBeK »



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Re: Tactical Dictionary for IL2-FH
« Reply #1 on: 26 March 2012, 16:56:44 »
Moin ZeYBeK,

good work! But by aircraft I would change

Ferdinand = Bf109f

to

Friedrich = Bf 109F

Ferdinand was an tank hunter.

On 6 February 1943, the name of "Ferdinand" for the creative power of Ferdinand Porsche officially confirmed on a conference leader. After the battle of Kursk remaining 48 of 50 vehicles between October 1943 and early 1944 have been upgraded and modernized. The retrofit included an MG 34 and MG-bug, changes / reinforcements in armored protection, wider chain to reduce the ground pressure, installation of a cupola and improvement of the drive. After the conversion, the name was officially changed to "Elefant". Thus, the name describes, "Ferdinand" and the early version of the name "Elefant" tank hunter, the late version of Tiger.

 
Ferdinand/Elefant mit 8,8cm PaK 432
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ZeYBeK

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Re: Tactical Dictionary for IL2-FH
« Reply #2 on: 26 March 2012, 18:18:52 »
thx mate corrected message..  :u:

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Re: Tactical Dictionary for IL2-FH
« Reply #3 on: 05 April 2012, 15:04:04 »
Nice work!

Another plane's nick name:
Jug = P-47

And radio-protocols:
cya = See you all (something like: hope see you later).
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Re: Tactical Dictionary for IL2-FH
« Reply #4 on: 12 January 2014, 17:54:06 »
vv = cc  - like "Vitamine Verstanden" = "Roger copy that"