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Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/5/2007 3:07:50 PM   
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Another Day in the Med
by Mike Mykytyn

This small scenario is your typical ASW/convoy hunt action in the Med during the early stages of WW3. Playable from both the Soviet and Italian sides its your job to send it to the bottom or push it to port. Good Luck!

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Scenario Duration is 3 days.
Quick and Easy :)

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/6/2007 10:37:29 AM   
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Canary's Cage
By Miguel Molina

October 2005. Islamic extremist parties have come to power in several Arab countries. Algeria was the first, despite of the efforts of Western Allies on both sides of Atlantic to stop these regimes. Soon, all North African countries fell under the rule of N.A.I.L., Northern Africa Islamic League, including Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia and the surprisingly the pro-western Kingdom of Morocco.

Morocco, with the help from other NAIL countries, pressed her ancient claim of the African Spanish cities of Ceuta and Melilla. The relationship between Spain and Morocco had deteriorated sharply after Perejil Islot affair and the Western Sahara referendum. Spain answered by reinforcing her military at those two cities. But as the situation started to cool down, a secretly assembled NAIL amphibious force landed on the Canary Islands and captured the islands in spite of stiff resistance by local forces.

While politicians are discussing the invasion in the U.N. and NATO, Spain mobilizes her military forces to retake the islands.

Status: Released - Tested in 3.6.3

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/6/2007 11:13:33 AM   
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Is this to commemorate the fifth or the tenth anniversary of it's initial publication? :o)

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/6/2007 1:41:23 PM   
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Bloody Iceland
By Mike Mykytyn

The War in the North Atlantic is about over. As we speak Nato carriers and airpower are pummeling Northern Fleet Bases on the Kola Penninsula. In Germany, the Soviet juggernaught has been stopped and are fleeing to prewar boundaries and in Norway Soviet Airborne troops are surrendering by the thousands. In Iceland Soviet airpower has been destroyed by Tomahawk and Carrier attacks but one task remains..the liberation of Iceland.

This scenario is study of forced entry techniques in a Cold War environment. Where other scenarios focus on the Air-Sea war surrounding Iceland this one eyes the amphibious landings directly. Nato is the only side of play because of the complexities of carrying out all Nato missions.

Hints and Notes:

I didn't join groups for a reason- gives you more flexibility and you may need different mixes of escorts and amphibs to carry out certain missions.

Beware of false contacts

All ideas from this scenario are a mix from Red Storm Rising (Tom Clancy) and the Third World War (Sir John Hackett).

Status: Released - Tested in 3.6.3

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/6/2007 3:44:21 PM   
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Diamonds in the Sea
By Quinton Van Zyl

DATE: 5 April 1992
TIME: Early Morning 00:00 Zulu
LOCATION: Peru/Chile Border

The world economy is in the grips of a recession, countries are desperate for a source of wealth that could reignite their economic flames.

Beneath the waves on the floor of the Pacific ocean just off the South American continent lie some extinct volcanoes that could solve the economic problems of a country for decades. The kimberlite rock found within the volcanoes has been found to contain diamonds. Just off the coast, this resource is harvestable - it just needs to be accurately located.

The Chilean government has announced its desire to investigate this find so it can begin the process of extraction for the "benefit of the South American people". Peru has scoffed at this as an insult to its country and labels the announcement at an attempt to hide the Chilean governments greed at exploiting a Peruvian resource. This brings us to our problem. The diamonds appear to lie in a patch of water straddling the maritime border of Peru and Chile. Peru claims the waters as her own territorial waters. Chile argues that they lie outside the 12nm limit and are international waters.

Yesterday afternoon on the 4th April, a small Chilean task force set sail for the area to begin a preliminary survey of the region with their oceanographic survey ship the Vidal Gormaz. At the same time the Peruvian government announced a ban on all Chilean vessels entering Peruvian waters.

Status: Released - Tested in 3.6.3

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/6/2007 6:50:57 PM   
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Can these be played in ANW?

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/6/2007 7:13:15 PM   
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Think I have played all of them in ANW and not encountered any major difficulties.
Have written a number of AAR's posted to the AAR section for them if that helps.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/6/2007 7:42:51 PM   
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Positive/constructive feedback on any problems encountered while playing the scens is of course very much appreciated. Hence the links for feedback on every post

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/7/2007 10:27:18 AM   
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Conflict in the Comoros
By Quinton Van Zyl

DATE: May 1998
TIME: 03:00 Zulu (Before dawn local time)
LOCATION: Western Indian Ocean



Since 1974 the Comoros islands have endured 19 coups or attempted coups. In 1974 The three northern islands of Grande Comore, Anjouan and Moheli became the Comoros and the fourth southernmost island Mayotte elected to remain under French rule.

A set of suspicious circumstances has surrounded the most recent coup in that it was intensely monitored by the Indian government. India has never shown an interest in the Comoros until about two weeks before the actual coup, the attention has continued until now. When the Comoran president was gunned down at his residence the Indian Prime Minister declared that the unstable situation in the Comoros was bad for the Indian Ocean community and declared that Indian "peacekeepers" would supervise the setting up of a stable force of leadership. This statement caused the French president to injure himself while falling out of his chair and prompted a declaration of condemnation on the Indian governments intention to meddle in affairs that do not concern them. France went on to say that if any civilized nation was to intervene in the interests of the Comoros it should be France and not India. The situation deteriorated further in that the Indian government has announced that it is growing tiresome of the misplaced French naval presence in an ocean that is India’s.

That was three weeks ago. Following this heated exchange France dispatched a large task force that rendezvoused with a support ship and frigate of its Indian Ocean squadron based at Reunion yesterday. India has sent a small supervisory flotilla to the islands to ensure a peaceful continuation of the new regime.

When pressed for details in a press conference in Paris last night the French spokesman said that very reliable intelligence has suggested that India’s interests in the Comoros are purely military. He said that India has long wished to command and control all goings on in “its” ocean and that a base in the west would allow it to have a far greater influence in this area. Apparently the new Comoran regime is being paid handsomely for the future construction of an Indian base. There is also a suspicion that as partial payment the Indian government and its assets will help persuade Mayotte to become a part of the Comoros once more. The French response to this situation was clear according to the spokesman. Firstly, if India got away with this it may encourage them to attempt further abuses of power. Secondly, the island nation of Mayotte is a French protectorate and deserves the best protection afforded by France.

The situation is extremely tense and a showdown appears to be on the cards between two mighty naval powers in the Indian Ocean. In the most recent satellite pass, the Indian aircraft carrier Viraat and her escorts had left their base at Bombay…

Status: Released - Tested in 3.6.3

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/7/2007 2:24:17 PM   
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Battle Royal
By Mike Mykytyn

In 2005 it became clear that the world was changing. The Cold War was long over and Globalization was tranforming alliance systems world wide.

This was never so apparent as in Asia as the economic boom was only sustainable by those who control the regions natural resouces. Flash points would arise and battles would be fought between former friends and alliances formed with former enemies with the express purpose of driving new economies and reclaiming lost empires.

This was never more clear than than what occurred over the Spratly Islands that year.

This is an ASW/Asu/AAW scenario designed for 1-4 players. Duration is 1 day and hope you enjoy :)

Status: Released - Tested in 3.6.3

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/8/2007 12:38:51 PM   
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Cousins
By Gianni Bartoli

France has decided to help Libya to develop its medium range missile system. This could be very dangerous for all Southern Europe countries especially for Italy (remember 1986), those missiles could reach even Rome.
United Nations had tried to persuade France to desist in its intetion, but nothing seems to work, so Italy has decided to act on its own.

Status: Released - Tested in 3.6.3

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/9/2007 11:21:57 AM   
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Red Flag #1: Fox One
By Mike Mykytyn

Bluefor has begun to deploy as Greyfor's artillery continues to rain down on border villages and encampments. As the UN attempts to stop the war at the table Bluefor forces gear up to stop the war on and over the battlespace. At the same time Redfor announces its intention to prevent a Bluefor attack.

Although orbital assets provide broad snapshots of the overal picture its important for any force to deploy tactical reconaissance assets in hopes of really capturing what is going on at foot level. in real time It is even more important to protect those assets while doing so.

This is a 1-2 player AAW scenario with a duration of 3 hours. Good Luck!

Status: Released - Tested in 3.6.3

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/9/2007 1:06:50 PM   
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Red Flag #2: Magnum
By Mike Mykytyn

War has erupted and both sides took casualties in the initial air battle over the frontier. Worldwide accounts of the battle begin to fill the airwaves as the various pundits begin to assess success and intentions. Meanwhile over the battlefield a second chapter develops.

Winning the electronic battle is crucial to winning the physical one.

This is a 1-2 player AAW scenario. If played as single player the bluefor side should be chosen as the player side although the redfor side is playable (just far less challening). Multiplay is definitely suggested. Scenario duration is 45 minutes.

Status: Released - Tested in 3.6.3

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/12/2007 12:40:11 PM   
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Korean War #1: Opening Moves
By Paul Bridge

DTG- 01 1800Z JULY 1950
LOCAL TIME- 02 0300 JULY 1950
LOCATION- Korean East Coast
SIDES- United Nations
DURATION-8 Hours
NUKES- Off

Hostilities are still raging throughout Korea, North Korean Forces have made major advances along all fronts.
South Korean forces are taking heavy losses and are now pulling back to regroup near Seoul.
COMNAVFE a mix of US and UK Destroyers and Cruisers has been formed to patrol the coastal areas and try and inforce a blockade.
The Task Group has been weakened during the last two days as 2 US Destroyers have been detached to provide fire support to retreating US Troops.
In all the group now consists of the Flagship USS Juneau, HMS Jamaica and the Sloop HMS Black Swan. This group has now been tasked to intercept a convoy onroute from Wonsan to Chumunjin…. An easy task you think….well maybe there could be a surprise or two waiting!

Status: Released - Tested in v3.7

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/12/2007 4:54:06 PM   
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Korean War #2: Dawn Strike
By Paul Bridge

DTG- 02 2200Z JULY 1950
LOCAL TIME- 03 0700Z 1950
LOCATION- West Coast North Korea
SIDES- United Nations
DURATION- 8 Hours
NUKES- Off

The first Carrier Strikes of the Korean War were lauched from the decks of the USS Valley Forge and HMS Triumph on the 3rd July 1950.
The targets were the Airfields at P'yongyang for the Valley Forges Skyraiders, Corsairs and Panthers.
HMS Triumphs airgroup of elderly Fireflies and Seafires were tasked with the destruction of the Airfield at Haeju.
Hoping to catch the North Korean forces asleep the strikes were planned for early morning….but North Korean pilots were airborne and waiting.

This is an actual real life mission but has been altered to enhance game play.

Status: Released - Tested in v3.7

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/13/2007 11:42:41 AM   
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Korean War #3: Russian Roulette
By Paul Bridge

DTG- 20 2300Z NOV 50

LOCAL- 21 0800 NOV 50
LOCATION- East Coast North Korea
SIDES- United Nations
DURATION- 8 Hours
NUKES OPTION- Off

Since the Successful landings at Inchon, UN forces have struck back at the Communist forces pushing them back to pre-war start positions.

Now is the time to strike deep into North Korean territory. USAAF B-29s have been tasked to strike three major Power Complexes, these are well protected by AAA Sites and Airfields.

With China now offically in the war things are libel to become hot, as 4 days ago USAAF A-26 Invaders made a major error in navigation and target ID and bombed a Soviet airfield by mistake resulting in many soviet casualties, reaction from Moscow has been of harsh words and threats of action, but nothing has happened….. Yet.

Status: Released - Tested in v3.7

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/14/2007 10:46:36 AM   
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Cold War Games
By Mike Mykytyn

The late 50's was a remarkable period of Cold War naval history. Most nations had rebuilt and whole new classes of warships began entering the fleets with improved propulsions, radar and fire control systems. All of this was done under the context of another coming World War pitting the Western powers versus the Soviet Union.

One of the more remarkable classes of warship was the Soviet Sverdlov class Cruiser. It boasted a formidable gun armament, modern radars and an auxiliary propulsion system giving improved speed and manueverabilty over its Western counterparts. So important was discovering the secrets of this class of vessel that Western intellgence agencies invested heavily in cladestine operations to learn more about it (including the loss of the famed RN diver Lionel "Buster" Crabbe).It was truly a class of warships to be reckoned with.

This scenario pits a typical Soviet SAG against a typical NATO formation operating off coastal Norway in 1958. Who will prevail?

This is a 1-2 ASuW,ASW scenario with a duration of 8 hours.

Enjoy:)

Database: 1950-1964 Colonial Wars DB

Status: Released - Tested in v3.7

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/15/2007 9:45:26 AM   
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Damn the torpedoes - Full speed ahead!
By Paul Bridge

DTG- 051200Z AUG 64
LOCATION- SOUTH AFRICA
SIDES- Soviets, United States.
NUKES- ON

With the war in the Atlantic and Pacific into its 3rd week, the Indian Ocean region seems quite by comparison....
Nato is in need of re-supplying its forces in Europe with the Suez Canal closed the only other option of supplying Europe from Australia is via the Horn of S. Africa.
Before war broke out 3 weeks ago a Large Soviet group left the Motherland and deployed on its annual world training cruise, in this group was numerous Destroyers, Cruisers and Submarines some missile armed, at present they remain unlocated somewhere in the Indian Ocean region.

The convoy has to reach Simonstown almost intact but the problem is no Strike Carriers can be released from the Pacific Fleet only the Old Yorktown converted to an ASW Carrier is available with an escort of gun armed Destroyers and Cruisers , the Pacific TF Commander could only spare 2 SAM fitted ships for Air Defense.
UK and South African forces have deployed to cover the route ro Simonstown using ASW Groups and mpa's, CAP and Strike are provided to cover the Yorktown groups transit to Simonstown but range is the limitation!

Database: 1950-1964 Colonial Wars DB

Status: Released - Tested in v3.7

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/20/2007 10:24:24 AM   
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Mutual Assured Destruction
By Paul Bridge

Mike's show stopping Scenario called "BOOM!" is now a classic for a early/mid-1980s Nuclear Confrontation.
With Mike's permission I have built the same area of the world but set in 1963 at the height of the Cold War in the 1960s , using the B-47 Stratojet as SACs Bomber platform before been fully replaced by the B-52 Stratofortress. It should make an interesting confrontation...

Overview:
Increasing tensions with the USSR came to a climax at 0117Z today when a Soviet Hotel Class SSBN launched an SLBM strike at Washington DC.
The President survived the strike, and from Air Force One has ordered an all out Nuclear Strike on the Soviet mainland.

Database: 1950-1964 Colonial Wars DB

Status: Released - Tested in v3.7

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/21/2007 11:39:54 AM   
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The Widow Maker
By Paul Bridge

Captain First Rank Alekseyev of the Ballistic Missile Submarine K-19 re-read the firing orders. Only an hour earlier he had decoded the signal together with the Political Officer - a man who was well above his station.
Together with his crew they had spent over 2 months at sea , a long time even for a top-line Hotel class SSBN; one of the finest in the Red Banner Fleet. But it had been hard on the crew; no sunlight, just recycled stale air and the smell of sweat.
Alex had spend the early part of his career on conventional boats in WW2, and the 1950s decided to transfer to the new nuclear boats…but why remain submerged for 2 months?
The reason was simple …remain undetected… close to the US Coast and conduct missile launch on the Capitalists. He had his orders; the time had come to Unleash the Dogs of War…..

Database: 1950-1964 Colonial Wars DB

Status: Released - Tested in v3.7

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/22/2007 10:12:32 AM   
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The Odd Angry Shot
By Paul Bridge

During the 1950s and 60s the UK Forces were engaged in a not so small conflict in Yemen.

In 1962 a coup in Northern Yemen organised by the Egyptians overthrew the Iman al-Badr in the Capital Sanaa, at the same time Egypt landed forces into the North of the country.
The loyalist forces backed by the UK fought back the incursions into South Yemen, but at no time did UK and Egyptian forces go head to head apart from the Odd shot at each other nothing happened.
Things came to a head when Egypt had at least 40,000 troops in country and at over 100 aircraft based in Northern Yemen , these aircraft were conducted strike missions on villages in S. Yemen in support of the N. Yemen forces.
In late 1964 UK had received some shocking news… Egypt wanted to become more involved …. Strike UK Assets in S. Yemen, Oil Installations were going to be the prime target, and the UK Forces were on high alert!

Database: 1950-1964 Colonial Wars DB

Status: Released - Tested in v3.7

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/22/2007 4:38:56 PM   
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Fight or Flight
By Mike Mykytyn

One of two scenarios based on Larry Bonds Cauldron. In this one, like the book, you are in command of a small but powerful US escort group which has found itself in the worst possible position to be in at the beginning of a major conflict. You are in confined waters with no support and must escape to the North Sea before you are destroyed. Can you pull it off?

Database: DB2000

Status: Released - Tested in 3.6.3

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/23/2007 11:51:23 AM   
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Gauntlet II
By Chris Elliot

This is a remake of the classic Gauntlet scenario that first appeared with the original Harpoon.

Location: Norwegan Sea
Date: 4 October 1999 02:00 Zulu

In any all-out war with NATO, Russia would attempt to gain access to the Atlantic by capturing Norwegan seaports.

In this remade scenario, NATO has it's hands full in distant parts - the Balkans, the Middle East, South East Asia and North West Africa.

Russia has decided an all out attack would prove decisive against an over stretched and down sized NATO. By Attacking on multiple fronts NATO will not be able concentrate it's superior technology in many areas, giving Russia a better chance of securing prized targets - namely oil fields and coastal ports. Many NATO warships are tied up in the Med and Persian Gulf - leaving the North Atlantic strangely quiet. A decisive victory in the North Atlantic will force NATO to retreat and regroup - leaving Eastern Europe and more importantly the oil rich Gulf states poorly defended.

Database: DB2000

Status: Released - Tested in 3.6.3

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 2/28/2007 5:01:23 PM   
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Iranian Weapons of Mass Destruction
By Steve Mills

In February 2004 it was revealed that HEU traces detected by IAEA inspectors some twelve months previously, in at least two separate Iranian sites, were pure enough to produce Nuclear Weapons.

In March 2004 a first ever acknowledgement was made by the Defence Minister Ali Shamkhani that the Iranian Military had produced centrifuges to enrich Uranium.

In April 2004, Iran vowed to step up cooperation with the IAEA and suspend enrichment programs. An IAEA inspection schedule for mid May was agreed, and a promise secured for the submission of complete details regarding its Nuclear program and goals.

By the middle of May however it was clear that the International Atomic Energy Agency Inspectors would no longer be allowed access to the Natanz Uranium Enrichment Facility or the Heavy water production plant at Arak.

Despite efforts to persuade Israel to carry out strikes against suspect sites, this proved a diplomatic non starter, while most U.S assets were diverted with Iraq.

Iran for the moment could not be a priority. By February however there were clear indications that it either had, or was close to producing Nuclear Detonators. The situation in Iraq appeared to be more stable, but available forces remained limited.

Carrier Groups 7 and 8 were stationed in the area, until then on routine patrols and exercises. Having put the election behind them, and with a reshuffled cabinet the President authorised strikes to remove the Nuclear Proliferation in Iran.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/5/2007 3:20:22 PM   
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Kuril Salient
By Mike Mykytyn

Significant Japanese forces have landed on Russia's Kuril Islands unopposed. Russian forces are in poor condition but as throughout its rich history there is no shortage of fighting spirit and leadership. Can you force Japanese forces from Russian territory?

This scenario is a derivitive of Waking the Bear. The basic idea is you have very little forces and must cause significant damage to a technologically superior opponent. Coordination is key. Have fun with Flanker vs. Eagle :)

This ASW/ASU/AAW scenario is playable from the Russian side only. Scenario duration is 3 game days.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/6/2007 12:02:46 PM   
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Multiple Contacts, Multiple Bogeys
By Paul Bridge

Initial attacks by Soviet forces have pushed Norway's forces south to Orland Airfield. The Ragnar Division is holding the line just north of this position but are suffering heavy losses.
The re-enforcement of Norway suffered a heavy setback when HMS Bulwark was mined just leaving Portsmouth harbour and is now in dry-dock with a hole 200ft in size below the waterline.
The USMC Amphibious Group is also taking a mauling crossing the Atlantic with at least 2 troopships sunk with heavy loss of life.
USS Ranger has now arrived off the coast of Scotland to conduct operations with the Veteran WW2 Carrier HMS Victorious.
Soviet Forces have captured Bodo Airfield and are now conducting aggressive air operations in the region, also a Soviet Amphibious group is on-route there with a Division of Red Banner Fleet Marines, a nice target for NATO you say… well beware of the Badgers they bite!

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/7/2007 4:18:54 PM   
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Race for Iceland
By Quinton Van Zyl

DATE: 15 June 1987
TIME: 20:00:00 Zulu
LOCATION: Iceland, North Atlantic.

This scenario takes place in the first week of World War III. Europe is being ravaged by a titanic struggle that will hinge on events that are taking place in the North Atlantic.

The Soviet Union has launched a (predictable) massive assault on the countries of Scandinavia, most notably Norway with her strategic location. Two days ago a large Soviet amphibious task force left Northern Fleet bases for what was assumed to be Norway in support of the ground fighting that was approaching Bodo. In anticipation of this move a large US CVBG was positioned off the coast to provide cover for NATO amphibious opperations and strikes against approaching Soviet ground forces.

At this time it was decided to send reinforcements to Iceland to fortify defences there. A large NATO Amphibious Ready Group and accompanying Maritime Prepositioning Ships left UK ports earlier today bound for Keflavik.

Just over a day ago the Soviet task force turned west, not south, and headed for Iceland, not Norway. This move was completely unexpected by NATO planners. The situation is now very tense as two large opposing amphibious groups converge on the same area. Neither side can afford to turn back because both realise the strategic importance of their objective. Whoever can get to Iceland first and fortify it will be one major step closer to winning this war.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/9/2007 2:06:39 PM   
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Southern Watch
By Claudius Nissl

Location: Persian Gulf
Date/Time: 10 February 2001, 11:20 AM (EST)

Operation Soutern Watch enforces the "No-Fly Zone" between the 30rd and the 33rd parallel over Soutern Iraq.

This scenario replays the action by US and British Forces stationed in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia against targets in Iraq. In the real world, Iraqi forces did not mount an effective response to the air attacks. This scenario is an exploration of what would have happened if the Iraqis reacted forcefully and takes a glimpse at what kind of attrition the Iraqi response would have been able to achieve.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/13/2007 12:16:10 PM   
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FOST Operational Sea Training #2: Vampire Vampire Vampire!
By Paul Bridge

DTG-291200Z NOV 05
Location-South Coast
Sides-TG 603.01 (FOST Task Group)
Duration-6 Hours

This Scenario covers an Adex 324/451 (FBA and Anti-Ship Missile Defense - ASMD) off the south coast.


The Objective is to transit from Plymouth to Portland Bill in 6 hours. This is at high speed giving protection to the RFA and MCM's attached to your group. This is a good exercise in protecting the HVU's and yourselves close to land.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/14/2007 2:56:02 PM   
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Long Live the Shah #1: Persian Glory
By Daniel Hayes

Date: 15 September 1984
Location: South West Asia

Following the failed revolution of 1979 the regime of Shah Reza Pahlavi has maintained strong ties with the United States and has continued to build one of the most formidible armed forces in the world outside of the superpowers. With an apparent large advantage in military muscle over its traditional rival, Iraq, Iran has recently been pressuring its neighbour to make new concession on the division of the Shatt-al-Arab waterway and Iraqi support for opposition groups in Iran. Iraq has so far stood firm and has leaked details of its unconventional weapons programs in what seems an attempt to counter the Iranian advantage. Iranian troop movements indicate that they may planning some sort of punitive raid to force Iraq to comply with their wishes.

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