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Medals & achievements


Epic (1 token for first medal of the day): Each epic achievement yields 1 token when gained the first time of the day. Epic achievements can be obtained in tier IV and higher.


Marseille: 17 aerial kills in 1 sortie and winning.

Tip: Note that the required number of kills are simply aerial kills. Everything counts; enemy aircraft, but also air defense aircraft and bomber flight aircraft. Key aspects are that you must win and you must survive throughout the 17 kills, so if you are planning on getting this medal make sure to watch the HP-bar.





McCampbell: 10 aerial kills in 1 sortie and winning. The 10 in streak must include 1 of all 5 types.

Tip: Much like the Marseille medal, it is important to keep track of your progress, HP and the victory. However, you must also make sure to get all five types at least once- so perhaps you need to go a little out of your way to get that bomber or heavy fighter still to get this medal.





Langs medal: destroy 15 ground targets in a sortie & win the battle

Tip: Like many medals that have to do with destroying ground targets and getting points from it, don't be ashamed to shoot the last section of a building group if that's what it takes. This medal has a built-in counter to keep progress for you (resets every sortie) so that's very easy. You need 15 ground targets, not specified which, so just go for the small & easy ones: AA-mounts, tent camps and so on. But also feel what your plane is best at and make sure you get the full target, don't leave any sections standing! Winning is generally something that comes more or less naturally when playing for this medal; in a GA or Bomber you would be doing your job well if you get the Lang's medal.


Kozhedub: Destroy 5 aircraft from the enemy combat group after squall and survive

Tip: This is one of the few Epic medals that you don't necessarily need to win for. You do need to survie, and you must make a good amount of kills after squall. So make sure you know when squall starts and try to avoid direct combat in the say 10-20s before that, unless you are dead certain you can take those enemies on. Once squall starts, pick out your enemies one by one (don't engage large groups!) and let your plane repair a bit if your HP becomes dangerously low.




Golubev: Destroy 3 enemy aircraft with rockets in 1 sortie and win the battle

Tip: While this can be done with any aircraft that carries rockets (above tier 4 of course), anti-air rockets have a significant edge over anti-ground rockets for this medal. Make sure to pick up the Expert Rocketeer skill for your pilot and try to find targets that you can take aim at- ground attacks, heavy fighters or bombers. Bomber flights are a suitable target, but due to their large HP pool it may be difficult to get three kills. Like the other medals, make sure to watch your HP. Moreover, be aware of how many rockets (sets) you have at your disposal!



Gabreski: Destroy 10 aerial targets and 7 ground targets in a sortie and win

Tips to get the medal: since you'll be needing both ground damage and aerial kills, it does not make sense to take a fighter or a bomber.

Multiroles are a good choice, since you can make aerial kills and try to pick off the last bits of structures that are already heavily damaged. Do mind that you have to win AND do all of the requirements in a single sortie, so make sure you survive while getting the medal!





Akamatsu: Figther: 400 cap points for destroying aerial in a sortie

Tip: This can be done in many ways, but most generally it will be achieved through a combination of attacking and defending. If you make a good start at your first sector attack, you can already shoot down three air defense aircraft, gaining 120 cap points. The usual trick is survival- so try to sit behind enemies more often than in front of them. And, make your kills inside bases rather than outside. Air defense aircraft always give cap points, but enemy aircraft only do when above non-locked friendly or enemy territory.



Lambert: Multirole: 400 cap points in a sortie

Tip: This can be done in many ways, but most generally it will be achieved through a combination of attacking and defending. If you make a good start at your first sector attack, you can already shoot down three air defense aircraft, gaining 120 cap points. The usual trick is survival- so try to sit behind enemies more often than in front of them. Depending on your aircraft you can now also deploy your ordnance for extra effectiveness. And, make your kills inside bases rather than outside. Air defense aircraft always give cap points, but enemy aircraft only do when above non-locked friendly or enemy territory.


McGuire: Heavy: 400 cap points in a sortie
May only be obtained in heavy fighters. Tips: shooting down air defense aircraft can be very useful to get this award. If you can   manage to fly high enough such that enemy fighters struggle to reach you, you can survive for long times. While it will cost quite   some time to get the required capture points in this way, it is a relatively safe way of trying- though succes mainly depends on the   duration of the battle. 




Efimov: Ground attack: get 400 cap points on ground targets in a sortie in a ground attack aircraft. 
Tip: It is wise to try and "steal" capture points from other players- allies or enemies- by shooting at damaged targets. This allows you to get more cap points for your weaponry output. Also, mining plants and strongholds tend to have many buildings to shoot at before you can cap them so they make a good target for ground attacks to assault, where for instance airfields are sometimes taken over only by shooting down air defense aircraft. It is also nice if enemy aircraft are attacking the sector you are attacking, because it will take much longer before either of the two sides gets the cap- which helps your cap points. 




Doolittle: Bomber: 400 cap points on ground targets in a sortie
Tip: It is wise to try and "steal" capture points from other players- allies or enemies- by bombing at damaged targets. This allows you to get more cap points for your weaponry output. Also, mining plants and strongholds tend to have many buildings to shoot at before you can cap them so they make a good target for ground attacks to assault, where for instance airfields are sometimes taken over only by shooting down air defense aircraft. It is also nice if enemy aircraft are attacking the sector you are attacking, because it will take much longer before either of the two sides gets the cap- which helps your cap points. 



Service awards (1 token for first medal of the day):

There are a number of other service awards as well, but these do not yield tokens. Service awards also drop 1 token for the first time its achieved on a day and they can be obtained in tier IV+.

Winged legend: Gain over 14k personal points in a battle

Hero of the Sky Badge: Obtain the highest grade (you only need First grade, so you need 13 out of 15 grade marks).

Ace: Destroy 20 aerial targets in a battle

Thunder: Gain 400 cap points by destroying ground targets


Service awards: No tokens

These are merely to indicate you’re doing well, but you do not get tokens for them. The awards are only given at tier IV+.

Maximum efficiency badges (8 different): This badge indicates that you have gained the maximum efficiency in a certain aircraft type battle mission. The battle mission is your progress towards tokens, which is explained above. As each topic has a maximum of 5 marks, a badge is obtained for having 5 marks in 1 category. Increasing your performance in that category after obtained the corresponding badge no longer leads to an increase in grades.


Conqueror: Obtain 450 cap points

Guardian: Get 250 cap point for destroying enemy aircraft flying over sectors that are in your (your teams) control. Otherwise interpretable as: get 250 defense points.

Predator: Assist in making at least 10 kills in 1 battle.


Sub-awards

To indicate less heroic, but mentionable battle performance there are numereous other achievements, which are listed (based on category) below:


Destroying certain (mixes) of aircraft types:

- Hunt for condor

- Hunt for hawk

- Hunt for stormbird

- Hunt for


Etc, needs further updating


For making a certain type of non-regular kill:

- Bombardier

- Rocketeer

- Expert rear gunner/ Self defense master



Below is all old stuff.

Achievements and victory marks are awarded to players for exceptional battle effectiveness. Achievements can be tied to both general statistics of a player and awarded individually for each aircraft and its crew.

To check your achievements, go to Service Record tab on the top menu panel in the Hangar.


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