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Aircraft modules

The DCS aircraft modules can be separated into four main categories: full-sim jets, helicopters, and prop planes — all of which feature clicky cockpits and advanced systems simulation — and the Flaming Cliffs 3 aircraft, which are simplified, hotkey-driven sims that have been grandfathered in and inherited from Eagle Dynamics' older Lock On: Modern Air Combat simulator.

The freebies

These come included with the free DCS World client

  • Su-25T “Frogfoot” — an FC3-style simplified simulation of the modernised (and never deployed) Frogfoot.
  • TF-51D Mustang — a full simulation of the of a two-seater training variant of the P-51 Mustang

The jets

  • A-10C Warthog – the poster child DCS module, for all your BRRRRRT needs.
  • AJS-37 Viggen — a Swedish supersonic nap-of-the-earth anti-shipping jet? Gör't!
  • AV-8B NA Harrier — can't decide whether you want a plane or a helicopter? Why choose when you can just go VTOL?
  • C-101EB and CC Aviojet — Spanish airforce jet trainers and aerobatics aircraft (largely defunct)
  • F/A-18C Hornet — for all your carrier-based multi-role needs (very early access).
  • F-5E-3 Tiger II — a simple and lightweight daytime jet fighter and trainer.
  • F-86F Sabre — a venerable Korean-war era early jet fighter.
  • Hawk T.1A — RAF jet trainer and aerobatics aircraft (largely defunct)
  • L-39C and ZA Albatross — two-seater (and MP multicrew) Czech training aircraft.
  • Mirage M2000C — ”La baguette”, a French supersonic lightweight multirole aircraft.
  • MiG-15bis – NATO designation “Fagot”, the main adversary of the F-86 Sabre.
  • MiG-21bis — NATO designation ”Fishbed”, the world's most common fighter jet, and after all, what's not to love about a supersonic maze of switches with nuclear capabilities?

The sharks helos

  • Ka-50 Black Shark 2
  • Mi-8MTV2 Magnificent Eight
  • SA342L, M and Mistral Gazelle
  • UH-1H Huey

The props

  • Bf-109 K-4 Kurfürst
  • Fw-190 D-9 Dora
  • P-51D Mustang
  • Spitfire L.F. Mk IX

The Flaming Cliffs

  • A-10A Thunderbolt II
  • F-15C Eagle
  • MiG-29A ”Fulcrum A” and MiG-29S “Fulcrum C”
  • Su-25 “Frogfoot”
  • Su-27 “Flanker B”
  • Su-33 “Flanker D”

Terrain modules

  • Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR)
  • Normandy 1944
  • Persian Gulf (”Strait of Hormuz”)

Add-on modules

  • Combined Arms
  • NS 430 Navigation system for Mi-8MTV2
  • WWII Assets Pack

Campaign modules

Training campaigns

  • Basic Flight Training (BFT) for A-10C
  • Tactical Training Qualification Campaign (TTQC) for A-10C
  • Advanced Aircraft Training Qualification (AATQ) for A-10C
  • Aggressors Basic Fighter Maneuvers (BFM) for F-5E
  • Aggressors Air Combat Maneuver (ACM) for F-5E
  • Aggressors BFM for F-15C
  • Kursant for L-39 Albatros

Exercise campaigns

  • 16-2 Red Flag for A-10C
  • 16-2 Red Flag for AJS-37
  • 16-2 Red Flag for F-15C

Conflict campaigns

  • Argo for UH-1H
  • The Border Campaign for Mi-8MTV2
  • Charnwood for P-51D
  • The Enemy Within for A-10C
  • The Georgian War for F-15C
  • High Stakes for P-51D
  • The Museum Relic for MiG-15bis and/or F-86F
  • Operation Epsom for Spitfire LF Mk. IX
  • Operation Piercing Fury for A-10C
  • Republic for Ka-50
  • Stone Shield for A-10C
  • The Ultimate Argument for Su-27

Peaceful campaigns

  • Oilfield Campaign for Mi-8MTV2