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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/7/2016 3:06:10 AM   
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In most cases I've seen the problem was the author intented to do a box but they finally created something different, I'm fixing those cases; for what I've seen in your scenarios with the support mission Gunner98 I'll wait for you to fix it, I don't want to create other issues changing this.




Ok Miguel, all the fixes to the Northern Fury scenarios made and they should be ready to role in that reguard, the early ones were much more messed up than the latest in the bunch. I may have a couple more minor fixes in the next day or so based on a report I just received.

The Ref point fixes were easier than anticipated, the new feature that shows the trigger and action areas is a great help.

Thanks for coordinating all this. Back to building!

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Thanks Bart, with your scenarios fixed all polygon error messages has been already solved in the package scenarios.


Does this mean that if we download Pack31 now all of these errors have been corrected or do we have to wait for the next release? Thanks to all that have contributed to the Community Scenario packs.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/7/2016 10:21:32 AM   
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In most cases I've seen the problem was the author intented to do a box but they finally created something different, I'm fixing those cases; for what I've seen in your scenarios with the support mission Gunner98 I'll wait for you to fix it, I don't want to create other issues changing this.




Ok Miguel, all the fixes to the Northern Fury scenarios made and they should be ready to role in that reguard, the early ones were much more messed up than the latest in the bunch. I may have a couple more minor fixes in the next day or so based on a report I just received.

The Ref point fixes were easier than anticipated, the new feature that shows the trigger and action areas is a great help.

Thanks for coordinating all this. Back to building!

Bart

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Thanks Bart, with your scenarios fixed all polygon error messages has been already solved in the package scenarios.


Does this mean that if we download Pack31 now all of these errors have been corrected or do we have to wait for the next release? Thanks to all that have contributed to the Community Scenario packs.


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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/7/2016 1:34:07 PM   
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I will release soon a new update with all these polygon error solved but also with most of the scenarios updated to latest database, to avoid
misunderstandings the new update will change to Pack32.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/7/2016 11:16:08 PM   
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Cheers :)

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/8/2016 1:16:53 AM   
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Thanks Miguel,

I'm looking forward to the update.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 5/16/2016 9:56:38 AM   
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Thank you to all scenario authors for their contribution. I hope the now implemented campaign system will be utilized to create immersive campaigns soon.

I wanted to use the chance to propose that we should think more about a reasonable potrayal of the hostile forces i. e. the Soviet or Russian forces for most instances. Please feel free to realize any hypothethical conflict regardless of probability or motivation but many scenarios seem to follow patterns of reactionary beliefs.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 5/16/2016 12:00:07 PM   
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Erm, I think that´s because it´s quite difficult to have a war without any reactionary beliefs being involved.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 5/16/2016 1:09:43 PM   
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No Yankee or Red Sox fan would go into each other's territory and demand that nothing be said or done to offend the other. Most expect it and it's out of good cheer and competition. I'd suggest you view this the same way.

Now if it's accuracy and not bias you're talking about just help people out by giving them good info and conversation on it. Most people want to learn and are willing to try stuff even for the fun of it. So keep it fun.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 5/22/2016 7:49:32 AM   
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I just noticed in the latest Pack that there are no 'attachments' directory. Wouldn't this mean that scenarios with 'scenario attachments' would be missing them, and certain things associated with a scenario (overlays, LAU scripts, imports, videos) may be missing.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 5/22/2016 9:36:48 AM   
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In next pack,all scenarios including associated files will have attachment folder. I find some now some scenarios that refuse to  load in 11.1 working on it.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 5/23/2016 2:55:48 PM   
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Thank you for your work Miguel!

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 5/24/2016 6:56:51 PM   
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Yes, thank you very much. Noticed those issues as well regarding some scenarios not loading in new version.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 5/31/2016 9:56:05 AM   
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Miguel Molina has released the updated version of the Command community scenario pack. The new release includes a whopping fifteen brand-new scenarios:

Frigate Duel in the Scotia Sea, 2023: Tensions have increased between Argentina and the United Kingdom, partly because of the recent discovery of large deposits of valuable minerals in the undersea basins south of the Falkland Islands. Argentina has replaced its aging destroyer fleet with a quartet of fast frigates based on the LCS-Independence design. One of these ships is steaming off Cape Horn to contest the area against a RN upgraded Type 23 frigate.

The Lost Province, 2017: Nearly 70 years after the Nationalists fled to Taiwan, the PRC leadership has decided that the time has come to retake the island. You are ordered to initiate the invasion with a large air and surface force, supported by a hail of ballistic missiles.

Operation Mole Cricket 19, 1982: During the 1982 Israeli offensive into Lebanon, it became apparent that the strong presence of Syrian SAMs would threaten Israeli air superiority over Lebanon. As Syrian Forces moved even more SAMs into the region, Israeli leadership ordered strikes against the SAM sites. What followed would be subsequently known as the "Bekaa Valley turkey shoot".

Skagerrak, 1963: A NATO task force must escort two ammunition ships through the Skagerrak Straits to the inlet of Oslo.

Contigency, 2016: France has a long and accomplished history of successfully projecting military power in support of its national security goals from the American Revolution to the current war on terror. It does that by acquiring basing rights and staging small detachments of ground, air and naval forces worldwide that in the event of a crisis are in a better position to impact an outcome while more power is pushed into the theater. This scenario demonstrates the extend and limits of this ability in a series of evolving crises.

The Honduran-Cuba War, March 12, 1968: In 1955 large quantities of iridium were discovered in Honduras. The country, which suddenly found itself in possession of most of the world's accessible supply of this rare metal, quickly took advantage of its new wealth to become a regional power, purchasing military aircraft, a flotilla of small warships, and even a submarine from the United States. Unfortunately, the newfound prosperity could not solve every problem, and Honduran relations with Cuba have deteriorated since the Communist Revolution in that country. By 1968, tensions with Cuba have reached a breaking point. When a Cuban patrol boat fired on a Honduran fishing boat that had strayed too close to (but, according to Honduras, not within) Cuban waters, a Honduran destroyer first requested it break off its attack. When it was clear the Cubans had no intention of ceasing their attack and that civilian lives were in peril, the Hondurans sank the Cuban warship. Cuba has declared this casus belli and is preparing for war.

The Honduran-Cuba War, March 19, 1968: So far, Honduras is "winning"; while they have lost several aircraft, one of their elderly destroyers, and one of their minesweepers (which double as offshore patrol vessels), Cuba has lost three small frigates and more than a dozen combat aircraft. Cuba has sworn to make Honduras pay for its "crimes against world socialism". Honduras is concerned about merchant shipping; it relies, among other things, on being able to get the iridium it mines to wealthy buyers like the United States. It also needs to purchase and then transport munitions to replace those expended so far in the war. Of particular concern are the Komar-class missile boats operated by Cuba. Honduras operates a number of older vessels purchased from America which offer significant firepower in the form of naval gunnery but have limited anti-missile defenses.

The Honduran-Cuba War, March 26, 1968: The war continues. Honduras has managed to negotiate an emergency purchase of F-4 Phantoms to replace those lost in combat; in addition, it has assigned some of its elderly but still capable F4U Corsairs to fly CAP missions over the northern coast. The real problem is ammunition--the supply of missiles for the Phantoms is running short. A convoy with badly needed supplies is en route from America. It is essential that at least some of these ships make it to Honduras.

Warthogs Over Latakia, 2013: The 2013 Syrian chemical crisis has escalated into total war. NATO's initial strikes on Syria's chemical weapons facilities have proven insufficient, and the downing of several NATO aircraft during the attacks has made the government overconfident. The decision has been made to strike directly at the regime's army, as losing its conventional strength would mean being overrun by rebels. Two squadrons of A-10 Thunderbolts have been assigned to the task.

The Bridges at Toko-Ri, 1952: The movie "The Bridges at Toko-Ri" was based on author James Michener's writings as an embedded reporter on USS Essex (CV 9) and USS Valley Forge (CV 45) in the winter of 1952. This scenario is loosely based on the movie. Take command of Task Force 77.9, centered on the USS Essex, and execute defense suppression strikes in support of a USAF attack on the two railroad bridges.

Crimea River, 2016: The winter of 2015 was a brutal one for Russian-annexed Crimea. Due to the collapse in oil prices and continued economic sanctions by the West, the Russian Federation economy was in shambles. In January 2016 dissatisfaction turned to uprising, and the first Crimean rebellion was brutally supressed by Spetsnaz elements. After leaked footage of mass graves was published, NATO was politically forced to take sides. A large strike on Russian military assets in Crimea was planned and NATO assets were assembled. Russia was alerted in time, however, and placed significant forces in anticipation of this attack. Despite Russia's readiness, the political climate still necessitated direct action. NATO's strike, codename OPERATION CLEAN SWEEP, was authorized to proceed.

Convoy '88, 1988: This scenario takes place in May 1988, five days into a hypothetical NATO-Warsaw Pact conflict in Europe. Had the Cold War escalated into a shooting war, control of the North Atlantic would have been essential for both sides. For NATO the objective would've been to keep the sealanes open and protect the convoys bound for Europe from Soviet submarines and bombers. The Soviets' primary goal was to close the Atlantic and deny NATO resupply from the sea. Convoy '88 puts the player in the role of Convoy 88-7's commander for 24 hours. This is primarily an ASW scenario, however a respectable air threat is also included.

The 4th of July, 1989: It is the summer of 1989, and the revolutionary wave of dissent that has been sweeping through the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact Countries has been brutally put down. Soviet military forces on the Central Front have been reinforced, and NATO intelligence is seeing some disturbing movement of Soviet front-line tanks and troops in East Germany. Recent NATO troop withdrawals in Europe have once more made tactical nuclear weapons necessary to stop a possible Soviet breakthrough. The Soviets would also be expected to employ tactical nukes. It is now July 4th, 1989, and the Soviet Union has decided to lay claim to all of Germany.

Korean Campaign, 2018: It is the spring of 2018, and it appears that Kim Jong-un is finally going to make good on his constant threats to launch an attack into South Korea. After upgrading some of his military equipment from China and Russia, Kim has massed over 600 tanks, long range artillery batteries, and infantry units along the border. The U.S. and South Koreans are prepared to launch OPERATION BROAD SWORD, a pre-emptive combined-arms attack on the North Korean Ground Forces. A reinforced convoy is en-route to the port of Busan with critical fighting forces and supplies. The Chinese also have substantial forces in the area, but are not considered hostile as of yet. Can the U.S. and S.Koreans stop the massed North Korean armor before it reaches Seoul, and get the convoy safely to Busan?

White Piano, 1966: Italy and Yugoslavia are mobilizing against each other. Italian intelligence suggests that Yugoslav forces are about to attack Trieste, the important and long-contested port city. A surface group centered on the aviation cruiser Andrea Doria is dispatched to protect the city.

As always, the community scenario pack is available for download from the Command downloads page: http://www.warfaresims.com/?page_id=1876 . The scenarios are also available individually for download on the Command workshop on Steam.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 5/31/2016 7:32:14 PM   
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Fantastic! many thanks!

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 6/2/2016 5:14:35 AM   
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Miguel, you are the man brother......thanks for all of your hard work in repairing the older scenarios and compiling the newest ones.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 6/6/2016 12:09:29 PM   
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Very nice, thank you.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 6/12/2016 5:37:11 AM   
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The Community Pack is now available on Steam. It has all the scenario files from the zip. Just subscribe to it and it should download to the 'Steam Workshop' folder under 'CommunityScenarioPack32' folder.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 6/12/2016 11:30:47 AM   
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wow, thats nice - thx

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 8/13/2016 10:29:28 PM   
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Miguel Molina has released the updated version of the Command community scenario pack. The new release includes thirteen brand-new scenarios:

Big Fish In The Baltic, 1971: In recent days tensions have soared between Sweden and the Soviet Union and its allies due to an incident where a naval skirmish took place in international waters resulting in the sinking of several ships on both sides. Swedish intelligence now suggests that the East German navy is trying to launch a surprise naval attack on Gotland. The Swedish navy has been effectively blockaded by swarms of missile boats in the Southern Baltic, so the air force alone has to blunt the incoming onslaught.

The Bear And The Dragon, 2023: Relations have broken down between China and Russia, and now a Chinese amphibious task force moves to capture Vladivostok. But they will have to run a gauntlet of Russian submarines and bombers to do so.

Northern Fury #11.1 – Vagar Vengeance, 1994: Strike Fleet Atlantic is now conducting its first major counter-attack. The 1st phase was the softening up of Soviet defences on Iceland which has taken place over the past several days. Now as a preliminary move to the retaking of Iceland, the Faroe Island chain must be secured with a primary focus of the Vagar island airport.  You are the Commander of TG Invincible and supported by the French carrier Clemenceau, surface, subsurface and amphibious forces as well as land based air elements. Your task is to unhinge the Soviet defences, protect reinforcing airborne operations and clear the defenders out of the Faroe Islands, all while protecting civilian infrastructure and preserving your force. The Soviets however, have other ideas.

Breaking Bad, 2015: In a shocking turn of events, the CIA has confirmed that Iran has turned its allegiance towards AQAP and supplying the terrorist group with money, arms and training. The Yemeni Civil War could turn for the worst as Iran attempts to fight a proxy war against the US and gain control of the Bab al-Mandab Strait and the Red Sea. The US president, going against the wishes of his civilian advisers, puts his trust into his military advisers and begins to put boots on the ground in Yemen.

The Akusekijima Conflict, 2019: A variety of factors (crop failures caused by global warming, collapse of fish populations due to overfishing, etc.) have resulted in Chinese fishing boats violating Japanese fisheries on an increasing basis.  Japan has protested this behavior but Chinese officials have ignored it.  In addition, Japan's increasingly aggressive rhetoric about the issue has created tensions between the two countries. China has become less and less willing to tolerate even lawful actions by the Japanese when it involves their citizens.

The Seventh Battle, 1992: In this unofficial sequel to Barret Tillman’s famous “Sixth Battle”, a shaky cease fire has been established off the coast of South Africa due to the presence of other countries joining the fight against the Soviet alliance, such as British subs and the French Indian Ocean Squadron, as well as the arrival of the USS Eisenhower CVBG. But the cease fire is now collapsing, and the seventh battle between carrier groups is about to commence.

Ruby Slipper, 2016: North Korea is plunged into civil war, with the Kim regime (covertly supported by China) fighting for its survival against the so-called “Democratic Workers Party” (dissident elements supported by Russia). Russian intelligence suggest that the Kim regime, desperate to hold on to power, is preparing to use its cache of nuclear weapons against both rebel and Russian forces – and the PRC intends to help. Russia mobilizes to prevent this outcome.

Peeling The Onion, 1957: You are Commander, 308th Bombardment Wing, Strategic Air Command equipped with B-47E medium bombers and normally based at Hunter Air Force Base (AFB), outside Savannah, GA. You are also the current OP REFLEX Commander on temporary duty at Sidi Slimane AFB in French Morocco and in the event of war will be responsible to conduct nuclear strikes against the Soviet Union out of the SAC forward bases. Hostilities with the Soviet Union have not commenced but if they do, your mission will be to attack Soviet industrial targets starting in southern Russia on the Black Sea coast. War could be just hours away...

Standoff-21, 2019: With Argentina once again attempting to take the Falklands, the UK resorts to a standoff bombardment in a repeat of the legendary "Black Buck" raids of 1982. The never-was Nimrod MRA4 makes its combat debut in this scenario.

Red Iceland, 1980: After the financial crash of 1979 the people of Iceland protested the presence of NATO forces on their home island as a base, effectively turning it into a nuclear target for the USSR. After violent demonstrations and the Icelandic government resigning, NATO agreed to leave the island on the condition that the island remain a de-militarized zone. The Soviets saw an opportunity in this, and with the help of infiltrators and what was presumed to be Spetsnaz units power was taken via a coup d'état by the Communist Party of Iceland. The Soviets maintain that they have only deployed a token force to the island in May, 1980 to "maintain the integrity of the Icelandic government" but this was clearly in violation to the agreement priory reached. More Soviet convoys are headed to Iceland, some of them even loaded with medium range nuclear ballistic missiles; these must be stopped at any cost.

Northern Fury #10.5 – Sweep Up, 1994: The US 2nd Fleet is now entering the final phase of its first major counter-attack. A ceaseless combination of bomber and carrier borne attacks over the past 60 hours has reduced the defences on Iceland significantly! Now all that is left is the task of sweeping up the last few targets and preparing the ground for the amphibious assault by the Marines tomorrow. If you have learned anything this past week however; nothing is simple.

Caribbean Fury #1 – Hot Tamales, 1994: You are commanding the USS John F. Kennedy CVBG on routine patrol in the Caribbean. Although homeport is Norfolk Virginia, the Battle Group has been operating out of New Orleans Louisiana for most of the past year due to the increased tensions in Central America. The air wing (CVW-7) has just completed 4 days of intense training with the Army up at Fort Hood, and you now heading to Roosevelt Roads Puerto Ricco for some ASW and ASuW work.

Merry Christmas, 1998: This scenario is a fictional engagement between the Australian Commonwealth, US, Malaysian Forces and a fast moving Indonesian coup. The coup has arrayed two prongs you will to blunt, one, an outgoing invasion fleet and two, a bustling Naval Base supporting the invasion of a neighbor island.  They are not mutually exclusive problems, both need to be destroyed.  In addition, various other disconnected issues will need to be dealt with, from minesweeping to area defense.


As always, the community scenario pack is available for download from the Command downloads page: http://www.warfaresims.com/?page_id=1876 . The scenarios are also available individually for download on the Command workshop on Steam.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 8/15/2016 4:43:16 AM   
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The Community Pack is now available on Steam. It has all the scenario files from the zip. Just subscribe to it and it should download to the 'Steam Workshop' folder under 'CommunityPack' folder.
I have made it so that you only need to subscribe to it and I'll update any new packs to it. This means that only scenarios that changed in the pack will need to be downloaded rather than than the whole pack again. I will keep the full pack available as a fallback.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 11/11/2016 11:09:31 AM   
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I make a PDF, who want to print the list with resume of all pack scenerys



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RE: New scenario pack releases - 12/6/2016 10:14:51 PM   
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Looks like scenario pack 34 is up on steam, is that an unofficial version or did he just beat everyone to the punch?

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 12/7/2016 2:15:31 AM   
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The non-Steam version was released on 12/4. Nobody has compiled a list of new scenarios though.

Don't look at me; I don't remember everything that was in pack 33.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 12/7/2016 2:23:28 AM   
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Also announced on http://www.warfaresims.com/

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 12/7/2016 6:37:58 AM   
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RE: New scenario pack releases - 12/26/2016 8:29:50 AM   
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Miguel Molina has released the updated version of the Command community scenario pack. The new release includes fourteen new scenarios:

Air Incident Over Mageroya, 2016: Tensions have increased between Norway and Russia. Russia has repeatedly violated Norwegian airspace, testing both that nation's defenses and its resolve. Norway has cautioned, and finally warned Russia that it will not tolerate this activity. Two days ago, after a Russian fighter flew within 50 yards of a Norwegian passenger aircraft, Norway announced that any armed Russian aircraft entering its airspace without permission would be shot down.

BALTAP-Representative Schnellbootlage, 1970: In 1967 the Federal German Navy played a wargame to evaluate the cost-value ratio of the planned modernization of the "Zobel Class" (Type 142) FPBs to "Type 142A" (upgrade with M-20 fire-control radar and DM2A1 wire-guided torpedoes). This study also showed how the operational situation of FPBs in the Baltic was assessed by the experts of the Navy.

Caspian Darts, 2018: The Caspian Sea holds large energy resources both tapped and under development. Territorial claims and ambiguities fester amongst the nations bordering the inland sea. Russia's modernized Caspian flotilla just announced another “Flash Exercise” that began roughly 3 hours ago. NATO is on alert. The USN has a small group of observers on the Caspian shore in Azerbaijan. Russia-backed rebels are shelling the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. Begin patrolling, remain flexible and await developments as they unfold via in-game messages.

Debt of Honor, 1996: Japan has “accidentally” damaged the USS Enterprise and USS John C. Stennis with torpedoes during an exercise, as well as sinking 2 American submarines. Concurrently, a computer virus sends the US stock market into a downward spiral, as Japanese forces simultaneously occupy Guam and Saipan. Japan follows up with formally announcing that they have fielded a small fleet of ICBMs. The US has struggled with a response to these acts, but through small complex operations, manages to destroy the entirety of Japan’s E-767 fleet, as well as successfully destroying the ICBMs without loss. Now, the time has come to liberate the islands of Guam and Saipan. You are in control of the repaired John C. Stennis, operating on 2 screws instead of 4. Your task is to clear the skies of Japanese fighters and close the airports they are operating from with tomahawk missiles. Can you successfully liberate the American Islands once again from Japanese occupation?

Goodnight Irene, 2016: The influence of the United States in the Persian Gulf region rapidly diminishes in light of ongoing political, financial, military and world events. The final act of withdrawal, which was intended to foster peace and goodwill, turns into a much more difficult exercise as coincidental world events take center stage.

Limited War – The Siret River, 2020: Tensions between Romania and Ukraine have increased over the last several months. Disputes over the use of the Siret River have led to a series of increasingly violent border incidents. A new government has taken power in Ukraine and in the last year it has strengthened ties with Russia. Accusations of corruption, that the current leaders of Ukraine have received extensive financial and even military support from Russia, are rampant but as yet little concrete evidence exists.

Patton Seamount Emergency, 2020: Tensions between America and Russia have increased during the last few years. In part, this is because the collapse of fish populations around the world have led to increased poaching by fishermen in the Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs) of various nations. In the last few months, the waters south of Alaska have seen a number of unfriendly encounters between American and Russian fishing boats. The United States has closed some of its fisheries to foreign vessels and has moved a destroyer into the region to keep an eye on things.

Save the Day, 2017: The Islamic terrorist group ISIS has splintered under military and economic pressure into several factions. While newer members are hiding in what remains of northern Syria, a militant group calling themselves "Allah's Fire" has caused world concern since the beginning of the summer. Intel reports and never ending "chatter" have indicated no particular concern this morning until stuff hit the fan a 0630. Reports hint at a major operation centered on the area around the Suez Canal and Israel.

Stalin’s Bulls, 1951: Stalin orders the deployment of Tu-4 Bull bombers (reverse-engineered copies of B-29s) in Korea in 1951.

Threat Vector, 2012: Internal political and economic strife has pushed China to the edge of disaster. To distract from its internal troubles, China once again turns to harassing Taiwan and the Americans. A sharp air-to-air engagement between PRC and ROC/USMC fighters results in the loss of 11 ROC aircraft and 5 PRC aircraft, with Marine pilots scoring 3 kills. China retaliates by threatening to attack the American carrier groups, and successfully drive the Americans to the outer edge of a 300nm "Economic Exclusion Zone". However, the US covertly sends 2 squadrons worth of experienced USMC pilots to Taiwan to man old F/A-18C Hornets and resume the fight for Taiwan. The Americans and Taiwanese have a daunting task: Protect Taiwanese airspace without revealing the identity of the F/A-18C pilots - and starting a war!

Under African Skies, 2017: Following a state-sponsored terrorist attack against the US, France and the UK, the western powers attack the China-backed Nigerian armed forces. (NOTE: This summary doesn’t really do justice to the epic story; just read the whole damn thing already: http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/fb.asp?m=3700311 )

Surface Group vs. Subs – Marakei, 2020: China's relationship with Kiribati--always strained because Kiribati recognizes Taiwan rather than China--has virtually disintegrated during the last several months. Taiwan is increasingly concerned that China may commit an act of aggression against its small Pacific ally. It has taken the unusual step of reactivating a retired S-2 Tracker and moving it to Kiribati. Its stated purpose is to assist with search and rescue operations, but it is capable of conducting military missions as well. Taiwan has also taken the very unusual step of sending a small task force to Kiribati, ostensibly as a "good will tour," but in actuality to discourage any adventurism on the part of Beijing.

Baltic On Fire, 1988: On 12 February 1988 the USS Yorktown (CG-48) was bumped by the Soviet Krivak I class Frigate Bezzavetnyy in the Black Sea. As a result of the collision two Harpoon canisters were torn lose from their mounts onYorktown, causing a fire that detonated both warheads. The resulting fire severe damaged the American ship but the explosion also set the Bezzavetnyy ablaze. The Soviets were finally able to get the conflagration under control but only after a heavy loss of life. The succeeding months led to ever increasingly recriminations by both sides placing blame for the incident on each other. As diplomatic efforts became increasingly futile both sides began mobilizing their forces for war.

BALTAP – Mining Fehmarn Belt, 1983: Tensions are rising between NATO and Warsaw Pact. There are indications that United Baltic Fleets consisting of Soviet, Polish and East-Germany (GDR) naval forces could plan an amphibious assault on Danish and West-German (FRG) beaches to get control over Danish Straits and Baltic Approaches (BALTAP). NATO plans for mining the Fehmarn Belt area (and some Danish sounds) as preparation for an upcoming hostilities. You are commanding a Task Force consisting of German (FRG) forces with Danish support for mining Fehmarn Belt and Fehmarn Sund. Leave open a narrow shipping lane in the south of Fehmarn Belt for further transit of own naval forces.

As always, the community scenario pack is available for download from the Command downloads page: http://www.warfaresims.com/?page_id=1876 . The scenarios will also become available individually for download later on the Command workshop on Steam.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 3/29/2017 8:21:31 PM   
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New scenario pack out: http://www.warfaresims.com/?m=201703

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/20/2017 7:10:37 AM   
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Red Phoenix, Team Carney and some fixes: Community scenario pack updated
http://www.warfaresims.com/?p=4467

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/20/2017 11:11:39 AM   
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Steam package has been updated with latest Pack 36

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/20/2017 1:13:39 PM   
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There are a number of scenarios in the latest pack (just released) that have scen files missing. Scenarios such as Annaba Constant 1960, ASW Exercise 2006, scenarios at the top of the list. I've counted 29. This isnt a problem for me as i just restored the scen files that i previously deleted from my recycle bin- only it will be a problem obviously for those who havent downloaded the community scenario pack before so they wont have those scen files to restore.

Another thing is a number of scenarios arent loading and i'm getting this message:
You have (explicitly or implicitly) attempted to load a database that does not exist in the DB folder.

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