You can pick up a Hex editor and change it yourself. (Not simple i know, but Doable)
Sygrod did a great job (Thank You Internet Archive for saving it) in trying to explain how to Hex edit a RB3D campaign.
Here is an over view of the site that helps you edit RB3D files: [url=http://web.archive.org/web/20070415081906/http://home.golden.net/~ksharman/rb/Main.html]http://web.archive.org/web/20070415081906/http://home.golden.net/~ksharman/rb/Main.html[/url]?
This info gave me enough info that I would transfer the entire squadron, with all their kills and medals when ever I needed to start a new pilot. I also used it to remove kills, move kills, or add a kill to a pilot that I felt should be sharing the kill.
Oh my heck you guys... i have CM11 running in all my camps, and had no idea it was that capable. Maybe you guys can show me how to re-create the start and carreer of MVR. In the vinilla game im having to start in dec1917 to be sure ill be in the AlbDii as he did.
Im sure a guy could start a real camp as MVR sept 17 1916 in Jasta 2 flying the Alb Diinif he were proficiant in the workings of CM11, im just not sure if im smart enough---would it be real hard---im willing to learn...Thanks
Its been a couple of years since I used it - but I do remember that it was very easy. I'll see if there aren't instructions around on some defunct site or something.
EDIT: Not too successful - this is the best I could do. I had hoped I had saved the instructions but I lost a lot of data in a hard drive failure:
Yeah, I follow the procedures; been doing it for quite a while. Set game date, new pilot, quit prior to taking off, change game date, quit before taking off, take off. Even went back to the instructions to be sure. I even deleted a bunch of old pilots thinking a limit may have been reached (I lost a lot of pilots flying as a German but the French, at least twice as many as the German Kamikaze pilots keep hitting the air breaks in front of me causing a collision).
I think I set the game date as Sept 1915 but believe one could go as far back as Jan 1915.