FSX – NAS Fallon, Nevada (NV). Now where else in the world can someone do a vertical assault before the crack of dawn, slide into one of the most versatile fighter aircraft made right after breakfast, get in a SAED run before lunch, partake in a close air support function on the same flight, then merge for the first dogfight before high tea, and spend the afternoon in a Hawkeye watching an excercise (if he hasn’t chosen the air conditioned comfort of a TACTS classroom). Oh… and rescue those skiers that were caught when that snow shelf collapsed… and get his/her fighter repaired? Nowhere else but Naval Air Station Fallon Nevada. Fallon is the epicenter of US Navy Air Tactics development and training. Since 1944, with only one break in action, NAS Fallon has been used by the US Navy to teach aircraft battle tactics, including torpedo bombing and progressing all the way up to present day laser guided weapons. The ranges are instrumented so well that participants can see the action played back with very little loss of fidelity. This scenery contains the Air Station itself, B-16 and 17 ranges, B-19 and 20 ranges, and modeled instrumentation on the EW ranges and all of the Military Operating areas that Fallon manages. By Jim Dhaenens.