Hi fellow wiki editors!

To help newly registered users get more familiar with the wiki (and maybe older users too) there is now a {{Welcome to the wiki}} template. Have a look at it and feel free to add it to new users discussion pages (and perhaps your own).

I have tried to keep the template short, but meaningful. /Johan G

Template:Virtual airforce summary

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Goal

This template is intended to be used on the Virtual airlines page as a means to maintain a concise and standard way of presenting the various virtual air forces and aid comparison between them.

Usage

{{Virtual airforce summary
|name        = 
|established = 
|logo        = 
|status      = 
|niche       = 
|has-atc     = 
|callsign    =
|history     = 
|fleet       = 
|main-base   = 
|bases       = 
|website     = 
|forum       = 
|fgforum     = 
}}

The only mandatory parameter is name.

name
Name of the virtual air force.
established
Year and possibly also month the virtual air force was established.
logo
Name of an image file with a logotype, excluding the File: prefix.
status
Whether the virtual air force is a startup, active, dormant or abandoned VA.
niche
Niche of the virtual air force.
has-atc
Whether the virtual air force has ATC support and possibly with what software. For example Yes, FGCom or Yes, Mumble.
callsign
Callsign format of the virtual air force, for example VAF-<pilot>.
history
Short one-paragraph summary the history of virtual air force.
fleet
List of aircraft models operated by the virtual air force.
main-base
Main hub of the virtual air force.
bases
Other hubs of the virtual air force.
website
Link to web site of the virtual air force.
forum
Link to forum of the virtual air force.
fgforum
Link to forum of the virtual air force.

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