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    • This training mission @Evilcommand didn't talk or giggle. None to zero of that. He has come a long way since the first time I played with him and was really annoyed after mission was done.    But you have a good point @hoofed Be quiet and filter out everything that doesn't matter. And some good tips. Lower ingame sounds.  I have a tip to. Adjust your radio so you can hear it enough to get your callsign. If you don't hear the order the first time just ask for it again. And I always set my radio to one ear. If I'm in buddy team 2 (AG or AR) I have it in my left ear. If I'm in Buddy team 1 (GR or AR) I have it in my right.  That because Buddyteam 1 is on the right side of TL most time. and Buddyteam 2 is on the left most time. Much easier to filter out when TL talks locally even if you have chatter in radio.  
    • Training Subjects TBA Mission [Placeholder] The Second Patrol on Altis by myself
    • If you can’t hear what’s being said then be quiet until you can. If other people are making noise tell them to be quiet. Turn your effects audio way down (that bar should be the width of your thumb or smaller). Chatting and banter are things you do after you can do your job and when it doesn’t interfere with the team. If you are in the middle of saying something and your TL starts talking you stop talking mid-sentence.   As an infantryman you have 1 radio channel to monitor and 1 person whose voice matters: your fireteam leader. Everything else is noise. Filter it out. You should not be dependent on the HUD for your situational awareness. If you are talking all of the time and giggling you won’t be scanning your sector, listening to comms and watching to see what your fireteam are doing. These are problems with simple solutions and they are all within your control.
    • Updated the initial post to reflect my recent testing with an Xbox controller. You absolutely can use an Xbox controller to fly in DCS. If you have a controller lying around, as most of us do, then there should be nothing stopping you from trying. And with that I’ll leave you with this message: https://twitter.com/jockowillink/status/993469288546582529  
    • It may narrow my vision but right now it doesnt and i cant see anything while playing exile i use ARCO (2x-4x) scope+red dot and spot ai pretty quick  And about following teamlead i cant do it now eather witchout scopes so dont see why taht would help or not And i try to really lisen to my callsign my number or name bur between all cominucation even taht is reallt hard to hear i am trying though  I got that hud but if i dont have direct line of sight the dots are gone not knowing where people gone to deff in hot situations i end up looking around to find some one and get shot would love to learn some tricks to help this 
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