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BeirutDude -> RE: Please use this to post ready scenarios for Community (12/7/2020 4:40:42 PM)

Curaçao Crisis, 2021

Two scenarios one US-UK-Netherlands intervention in a Venezuelan occupation of Curacao and a Second with a French-UK-Netherlands intervention.

Note: right now tankers, don't have a mission as there is a problem with UnReps right now. That will be adjusted in the future. For now just consider the tankers there for "Completeness."




p1t1o -> RE: Please use this to post ready scenarios for Community (12/24/2020 12:58:47 AM)

Set Defence Condition One

Theatre: Global Nuclear War, 1986
You: SAC Wing Commander
Mission: Strike Moscow




Mgellis -> RE: Please use this to post ready scenarios for Community (12/26/2020 7:47:30 PM)

Mission to Mon, 2020 (final version)





BeirutDude -> RE: Please use this to post ready scenarios for Community (12/27/2020 2:08:25 PM)

Correction to South of Crete, 1985

An error crept in where the units could teleport with loading a saved game, this corrects that. Please ensure you run the scenario for about 2 seconds before you set up any missions.




BeirutDude -> RE: Please use this to post ready scenarios for Community (1/24/2021 11:21:10 PM)

The Libyan War, 1986

This is a might have been scenario, instead of the United States independently launching "Operation Eldorado Canyon" the United States and France decide on a joint operation to degrade the Libyan military and infrastructure. A couple of things...

1. Please read the description and side briefing. They really do explain a lot of how this mission is structured.
2. There is a emphasis in planning and putting your forces into position for their strikes. There is a 24 hour period for you to choose loadouts and position your vessels.
3. The scenario uses SUSTAINED air operations, some units can surge but most are sustained, so you may want to spread out your air assets to keep the pressure up, rather than launch one large, massive initial strike (I did that in one play test and it is slightly unmanageable, but your choice commander).
4. I have set up some aircraft loadouts where the ready times are 1 day, 20 hours or it just was a no brainer on load outs B-52hs, AEW/Elint, Tanker, ASW aircraft and some CVBG fighters/multirole aircraft.
5. The American OOB is an extension of units that were in Operation Attain Document, Operation Eldorado Canyon, 2nd Marine Air Wing (MAW) and 9th Tactical Air Force which split its role between reinforcing Europe and supporting Central Command.
6. Likewise the French OOB represents French Air Forces and naval forces in southern France forward deployed to Corsica.
7. There are no bases near Libya, except NAS Souda Bay, Crete/Greece and thus you will need to use tankers, you have about nine (9) squadrons of tankers to support the operations (thus the emphasis on sustained air ops!).
8. UK/RAF bases used are an extension on what was actually used (RAF Akrotiri was an alternative site which was used by one aircraft). The only base added was RAF Greenham Common for he B-52Hs.

So this scenario isn't for everyone, but if you take it on be prepared to plan for the long haul!




BeirutDude -> RE: Please use this to post ready scenarios for Community (2/2/2021 12:28:51 AM)

UPDATED 02-07-2021

Tafass, Syria, 2021

The Syrian 4th Armored Division operation against the Free Syrian Army (FSA) enclave near Tafass, SW Syria is actually ongoing right now (1/29/2021), with heavy fighting in the city. I extrapolated real world events and added a potential Syrian chemical strike as the mechanism to bring about a limited NATO/UAE/Jordanian strike to eliminate Syrian artillery/rockets near the city and provide limited support to the FSA.

Updated 02-23-2021

Updated based on a couple of things...
1. Syrian air units now have a free doctrine for air combat.
2. Gave the Ground Units an opportunity target command so they might be a bit more interactive.
3. Looked at it and the Syrians had entirely too many SA-6's
4. Moved SAM units to provide a more layered/Integrated Air Defense system. Should find the Syrian SAMs are more able to support each other.
5. Major adjustments to Syrian Aircraft and SAM doctrine and WRA.




BeirutDude -> RE: Please use this to post ready scenarios for Community (2/2/2021 12:31:16 AM)

Updated 02-07-2021

To Kill the Queen, 2022

Two scenarios, one Western human and one PRC human. Carrier Strike Group vs. PLAN/PLAAF




boogabooga -> RE: Please use this to post ready scenarios for Community (2/18/2021 11:24:03 AM)

Gulf of Sidra Incident, 1981

I have not heard any more feedback in a while, so I'm calling this one finished.

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Alright, here is my first proper scripted scenario. Another 80s Gulf of Sidra Freedom of Navigation, but this has air operations only. I wanted to capture the passive-aggressive feeling of these FONs, and the "Are the Bogeys Hostile or Not?" question gives a lot of room to develop lua skills.

This is based on the historical incident, but with some randomization and highly fictionalized elements. I did Wikipedia & Google type "research" for this- not comprehensive by any means- so if anyone knows of any historical or operational details that would be easy to implement, please let me know.

I'm looking for any feedback. Specifically, what should the Complexity/Difficulty rating be?

Known Issues:
-Lua errors during the morning of Day 2 are cause by trying to reassign aircraft that were shot down during the previous day and should be harmless.

-There is only one escort for the task force right now...I'm not sure if the task force should be full scale or not, but it the one can just about handle everything that could be thrown at it, so I did not add any more.

Thanks.




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