• 476th Virtual Fighter Group








    Welcome to the home of the Four-Seven-Six virtual Fighter Group

    We are an international organization, our goal is to continuously learn and refine our skills while enjoying these simulators in a multiplayer environment incorporating realistic tactics and procedures.

    Here at the 476th vFighter Group (476 vFG) we are not about quantity but the quality of our pilots! All our training is based on real world training documents and we will make every effort to train and mentor those that join the group.

    Currently we support DCS: A-10C Warthog v2, DCS: F-16C Viper, and DCS: F/A-18C Hornet, with plans to incorporate future released aircraft by Eagle Dynamics or third parties.

    We have a dedicated Training Squadron (vTS), three combat coded Fighter Squadrons (vFS), an Aggressor Squadron (vAGRS), and a Test and Evaluation Squadron (vTES) within the 476th:

    • 74th vTraining Squadron 'Flying Tigers'
      This is where all new applicants (Training Pilots) go for Initial Qualification Training (IQT). The 74 vTS operates the A-10C v2, F-16C, and F/A-18C.

    • 76th vFighter Squadron 'Vanguards'
      The combat coded squadron operating the A-10C Warthog v2.

    • 421st vFighter Squadron 'Black Widows'
      The combat coded squadron operating the F-16C Viper.

    • 510th vFighter Squadron 'Buzzards'
      The combat coded squadron operating the F/A-18C Hornet.

    • 65th vAggressor Squadron
      When pilots achieve a Basic Mission Capable (BMC) Ready Aircrew Program (RAP) rating on their primary airframe and have completed the Air-to-Air block of the Mission Qualification Training (MQT) they may become a member of the vAggressor Squadron in addition to their combat coded squadron membership. The 65 vAGRS operates the F-5E, F-16C, and F/A-18C.

    • 422d vTest and Evaluation Squadron
      Pilots with a BMC or higher rating can participate in the vTest and Evaluation Squadron. This is where we evaluate new modules that have systems and flight modeling on par with what we feel a DCS aircraft should be.



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