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  1. Hello everyone, I wanted to make a topic on this to kind of express the ideas and opinions of controllers on the network and thoughts on this topic even though this has been brought up plenty of times. Dealing with new pilots/problem pilots can be very difficult for any controller especially when they are busy, but I noticed that controllers have their own philosophies on what to do and usually I hear "call a supervisor" or advise them they need to know how to fly before connecting. There is also the philosophy that I go by is to attempt to assist them or show some sort of patience according to the VATSIM COC. But, I have been begun to question both of these philosophies as one they usually cause disagreements on the frequency or you may not have the time to show patience to pilots who are having issues or are brand new to the network. The network was intended to provide as a hobby for pilots looking for a more realistic experience for free, but also as a learning place for virtual pilots looking to learn real world procedures. I honestly don't know what I should be doing for pilots for are experiencing issues other than to "express patience". Daniel Kormendy ZLC ARTCC
  2. Hello! There will be a controller practical test conducted in the Jordanian airspace (OJAC) includes OJAI, OJAM, OJAQ, on Friday the 18th of September from 1700z to 2000z! Come help Mustafa earn his C1 rating, both IFR & VFR traffic are welcome! Date: Friday, 18th September 2020 TIme: 1700z - 2000z Location: Jordanian Airspace (OJAC). Includes OJAI, OJAM, OJAQ Rating: C1 - Enroute Controller Student: Mustafa Al-Amin Good Luck and all the best on your examination @Mustafa Al-Amin!
  3. Hello! There will be a controller practical test conducted in the Jordanian airspace (OJAC) includes OJAI, OJAM, OJAQ, on Friday the 18th of September from 1700z to 2000z! Come help Mustafa earn his C1 rating, both IFR & VFR traffic are welcome! Date: Friday, 18th September 2020 TIme: 1700z - 2000z Location: Jordanian Airspace (OJAC). Includes OJAI, OJAM, OJAQ Rating: C1 - Enroute Controller Student: Mustafa Al-Amin Good Luck and all the best on your examination @Mustafa Al-Amin!
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