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The MMF Air Force Control Room
Take a tour of the MMF Air Force's Control Room, the NAFCC (National Air Force Control Center)!
About this creation

The MMF (Mikrosheise Minifig Forces)’ Air Force has plenty of MOCs showing off their large fleet of aircraft. But never before have we shown you where and who directs the missions.

You’re probably interested in knowing how we direct air missions. Well, now’s your chance. Welcome to NAFCC, the National Air Force Control Center. Though it is only comprised of one medium-sized building, the interiors might astound you.

Besides some offices and general meeting rooms, the NAFCC building is made up of 2 Command Stations: #1 and #2. Station #2, which is featured in the three photographs below, controls the Defensive Stage of the Air Force.

Notice all the radar screens. From here, specially-trained NAFCC operators can identify any and every aircraft in Mikrosheise airspace, both friend and foe. Thanks to laser-guided radar beams, operators can pick up 99.8% of all aircraft.

When an operator picks up an enemy aircraft, he sends a Code-Yellow message to the Main Command Center (MCC) to perform a Code-Yellow investigation. If the aircraft proves “positive” (i.e. an enemy attack aircraft), the MMF will perform a Code-Red investigation, and will finally send out defensive units to counteract the enemy.

Meanwhile, welcome to Command Station #1: the Offensive Stage. From here, specially-trained operators can direct and help pilots who are on an offensive mission. Notice all the computer screens and communication devices. Because the MMF has over 40 aircraft (and roughly 10 missions at all times), Station #1 is active around the clock with several operators who direct air traffic, as well as help pilots who are in trouble. And when an aircraft crashes, he can locate its position with a GPS and send out a search party.

The picture below just about sums it up, with Station #1 in front and Station #2 behind. We apologize for such a limited number of photographs, but NAFCC is strictly off limits to any random photographer!!!

The National Air Force Control Center has around 50 operators and 60 other employees, with around 20 billion Lego dollars worth of equipment (that's around 40 human dollars).

We hope you’ve enjoyed your tour of the MMF Air Force Control Room, live from the National Air Force Command Center. Visit the MMF Air Force Now!>>>.


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  May 4, 2008
It's a little... empty, but it's pretty good.
  March 1, 2008
It needs more detail, but it does not deserve a one. I would give you a 3 and a half if I could. It's okay. -Will
  March 1, 2008
Just a bunch of guys standing around controls.
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