TVP VGV Doctrine Guide
We are pleased to announce The Vanguard Project’s new public doctrine.
This update has been due for some time and after exhaustive testing and careful consideration by The Vanguard Project team, it is ready for release.
First, We want to thank you all for your patience with this update. This update is a near complete overhaul of our public doctrine and it consists of three main sections: warp speed changes, our new fleet formation, and new fittings for our authorized ships.
As we said prior, this update has been due for a very long time. The principles for our new public doctrine have been tested and run in our Elite fleets since November 2013.
And over the last few weeks after the introduction of the new hyperspatial accelerator module it has presented us with the opportunity of realistically enabling public fleets to operate at a faster warp speed and thus improve our efficiency.
The main reason in the delay for this release was to allow the markets to populate and wait for price stabilisation on the new hyperspatial modules.
At this time the most effective hyperspatial module is the Prototype Hyperspatial Accelerator this module is still too expensive to expect the entire public membership to buy.
Because of this we will be listing the Experimental Hyperspatial Accelerator module as the required standard.
Some of the new fits and how they integrate with our fleets may be confusing so we would like to take this opportunity to briefly explain the concept of the new fits and fleet formation.
The concept behind the new doctrine is warp speed and the ability to get to a new site faster for optimal efficiency.
We now humorously refer to this new fleet setup as the old Looney Toon cartoon
Which squad you X-UP for is dependant on your warp speed. If your warp speed is 3.80 AU's or faster you are eligable to join the
The detailed requirements to join a squad and fits required are in the following sections. Logi pilots have their own special section. Please read all of this and apply the recommendations before asking to join our fleets.