Discord [WIP]: this server is meant as a stop-by place for questions and discussions, rather than another community (there are plenty already, some are listed below). At some point it will be used to host group practice and One-on-one training sessions (no ETA yet).
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I did most of the initial practice and tests with them when I jumped into the F-14.
Sabre Squadron is a really enjoyable group of friends, if you are looking for a balanced gaming experience and a lot of fun, you can’t go wrong with them.
Then 132nd Virtual Wing, named after the 132nd Wing of the Royal Norwegian Air Force, supports the vast majority of the modern modules available in DCS, each playing its part during their very realistic missions and campaigns.
Easily the most organized DCS group I have ever been the pleasure to fly with.
Less known than their forums, the Discord of Eagle Dynamics is another good place to start if you are new to DCS. The section organized by languages is very handy if you are not English native speaker.
ArmA3 group I played with before leaving due to real-life-induced issues. Definitely a merry bunch of very respectable gentlemen (a.k.a cun*s). Jokes aside, terrific organization, excellent milsimming while keeping the bollocks out of the way. Check my personal YouTube channel for full Ops streaming.