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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/15/2007 7:03:13 PM   
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New World Order #1: Uppercut
By Klaus Behrmann

LOCATION: IN PAKISTANI WATERS
DATE/TIME: 4 JANUARY 2002, 18:00 H Z

The year 2001 had some dramatic effects on the political, economic and military affairs of the world. After the invasion of Afghanistan by U.S.-led ground troops and the elimination of the Taliban regime, the unrest, which erupted in the Near and Middle East as well as North Africa, was inevitable. Peace between Israel and Palestine was never realized, and while certain former hardliner countries adopted a softer attitude towards their radical politics of the past, other regimes, practically forced by their overly conservative or fundamentalist Muslim populations, had no option but to accept and practice stand against the U.S. and her allies.

This battleset begins in the winter of 2001/2002, when the Taliban were defeated, Osama bin Laden still on the run and the Northern Alliance installed as the new rulers of Afghanistan, with the king on a puppet throne. The 10th Mountain Division, the Special Forces and the SAS were ready to go home.

A coup d'etat by a fundamendalist Pakistani army general (directed by the ousted chief of the Pakistani intelligence services who was hiding in a secret command post somewhere near Quetta) was widely supported by the military and the various branches of the security community. Islamabad immediately cancelled all standing agreements with Washington, declared the government of Afghanistan as illegal and gained within a few days not only verbal support from many Islamic countries, notably Iran and Iraq.

American and British warships were readying to get underway on the anchorages of Karachi and Gwadar when the Pakistani navy delivered an unexpected and deadly blow.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/16/2007 12:13:51 PM   
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North Star Exercises #2: Landings
By Mike Mykytyn

This is the second scenario of the three part amphibious landing series. In this one you are expected to land your forces despite stiff enemy defences. You are also required to carry out several missions concurrently.

There are several things of note in this scenario. First you can only play from the US Side. Next, you can win this scenario by not flying any aircraft or moving any landing craft. This is not suggested ;)

Database: DB2000

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/21/2007 2:37:01 PM   
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Rise of the Dragon #1: The Spratly Incident
By Marco Cipollini

CHINA vs TAIWAN

LOCATION: South China Sea
DATE/TIME: 1 August 2002; 03:00:00 ZULU

During the past two decades, several military skirmishes have taken place near the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. Every nation in this area claims the archipelago: Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and, last but not least, China.

In the summer of 2002, China decided to conduct a major naval exercise in the area. Other nations will closely monitor that operation.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/23/2007 5:18:03 PM   
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Rise of the Dragon #4: Free Taiwan Free
By Marco Cipollini

CHINA vs USA

LOCATION: South China Sea
DATE/TIME: 18 AUGUST 2002, 12:00:00

The Chinese have established a strong beachead on Taiwan and only a handfull ROC ground forces are facing them.

At last, two US CVBG and an amphibious group have arrived in the China Sea and a mixed Us-Japan supply convoy is heading to Tsyongan.

Are these forces strong enough to destroy the Chinese menace?

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/26/2007 11:52:43 AM   
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World War III 1985 - Norway #1: First Contact
By Ragnar Emsoy

NATO vs. SOVIET UNION

LOCATION : NORWEGIAN SEA
DATE/TIME: 14 SEPTEMBER 1985, 00:01:00Z

The first scenario in the World War Three battleset begins one hour before the initialization of hostilities on the Central Front. The Soviets have been conducting intense military exercises for weeks, and exceptional quantities of military hardware have been deployed in Eastern Europe.

In Europe's High North, Finland has allowed unusually large numbers of Soviet troops to enter the country, and her air bases have become crowded with Soviet fighters and attack aircraft. Large mechanized formations are racing west through the Finnish Wedge towards the Norwegian border, taking the shortest of only two possible overland routes to Norway's main line of defense in Troms, five hundred kilometers from the Soviet homeland. A powerful Red Banner Northern Fleet SAG and two amphibious groups sailed into the Norwegian Sea 36 hours ago. The amphibious groups have now been spotted about seventy nautical miles off the coast of Norway, heading directly for the Troms area.

Fighter, attack, and bomber reinforcements have arrived in large quantities on the Kola Peninsula, boosting the already formidable force normally based there. The most fearsome new addition is two Backfire regiments of the Soviet Strategic Air Armies, operating a total of sixty bombers. The Backfires will be tasked with supporting the Northern Fleet's push into the Norwegian Sea, adding awesome striking power to the Northern Fleet Naval Aviation's three Badger regiments. Starting in the early 1980s, Backfire regiments regularly forward deployed to bases on the Kola Peninsula, and the Soviets have gained valuable experience in operating these bombers in sub-arctic conditions against carrier battle groups and convoys in the Norwegian Sea.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 3/30/2007 11:48:46 AM   
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Survivors of Son Tay
By Klaus Behrmann

LOCATION: SOUTHEAST ASIA
DATE/TIME: 12 SEPTEMBER 2002, 11:00 H Z

During the Vietnam war, the USA launched a brilliantly executed commando raid on the prison of Son Tay west of Hanoi, only to find out that American POWs were moved to another location shortly prior to the raid.

After hostilities ceased, most POWs were released to the International Red Cross, but some were still unaccounted for. According to Vietnamese officials, some escaped and must have died; and two others died in prison.

Some USAF and CIA officers never believed that story, and a few days ago a former Pathet Lao general, who defected to Thailand, briefed the CIA chief of station in Bangkok that there are still twelve survivors of Son Tay in a prison camp northeast of Louangphrabang in Laos. The Vietnamese kept them there because of their intimate knowledge of Russian/Vietnamese interrogation techniques and as a last bargaining chip in case something with the peace negotiations with the U.S. went wrong.

The American president decides against a negotiated release of these remaining prisoners of war, because the USA need to show a position of strength in view of the resurrection of worldwide terrorist groups. And, in addition, there is a need to send a message to the remaining communist nations of the world that you do not fool around with the US.

Contrary to standard procedures, the rescue mission has to be launched without delay, as it is feared that the defection of the Laotian general might force another relocation of the POWs. US forces in the region scramble to launch a rescue mission which must not fail.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 4/10/2007 4:15:18 PM   
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The Essex' Are Back
By Saul H. Jacobs

As the U.S. downsizes and the Russians sell off their ships, the U.S. finds itself in an interesting situation. As nations all over the world challenge each other, the U.S. needs small task groups to maintain order.

It is not practical to use the few remaining large carriers for this purpose. Therefore the U.S. has been forced to rebuild, demothball and buy back any Essex class carriers they can find.

Even though these carriers are old and small they are ideal for ASW and small shipping intradiction. Since there are no Essex in the data base I am using the Clemenceau (French carrier) to simulate the Essex's.

Note: This scenario must be played with aircraft logistics OFF.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/7/2007 10:51:03 AM   
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The Humbler
By Mike Mykytyn

This is a quick force on force CVBG battle. A small test to see how good you are at meeting your match instead of the usual Kirov, Kuznetsov match... Good Luck.

Notes:


The Stennis Battle Group is set in a typical CVBG posture. It works but you are encouraged to experiment.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/7/2007 11:22:16 AM   
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World War III 1985 - North Cape #7: Return to Norway
By Ragnar Emsoy

A large force of US Marines is underway to conduct a surprise amphibious landing near Narivk in northern Norway. If this operation succeeds it will be the first step to retake all of Norway, and NATO’s Atlantic lifeline to Europe will be secure. If it fails, NATO may well lose the war.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/9/2007 1:39:15 PM   
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World War III 1985 - North Cape #6: Round Two
By Ragnar Emsoy

The Strike Fleet’s two surviving aircraft carriers are back in the Norwegian Sea to launch a second round of air strikes against Soviet forces in northern Norway. The objective is to throw the Soviets on the defensive and soften them sufficiently to allow a large amphibious landing to take place.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/9/2007 3:34:14 PM   
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Korean War: Match Bearings and Fire!
By Paul Bridge

After the massive air attack by Russia on the USS Philipphine Sea Carrier group resulting in her loss, UN forces have been thrown back. Soviet forces are now stretched which includes their supply line.

COMSUBPAC have been tasked to seek and destroy a known convoy under heavy escort which has left Vladivostok onroute to Wonsan Harbour, this Convoy is carrying over 3000 soviet troops, armor and guns and is a prime target!

Database: 1950 - 1964 'Colonial Wars'

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/11/2007 12:59:06 PM   
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The Kra Isthmus
By Steve Mills

The Kra Isthmus is the narrow landbridge connecting the Malay Peninsula to Mainland Asia,it effectively separates the Andaman Sea from the Gulf of Thailand.

The border on the Isthmus itself between Thailand and Malaysia is a not altogether peaceful one. Southerm Thailand has been rocked by a separatist inspired insurgency, while Thai crackdowns are often harsh and directed at Muslim protesters. The Tak Bai incident being only one example of a protest that left a significant number dead and strained relations between the two countries.

Cross border disputes occur all round the globe
and generally lead to nothing further. However the location of this dispute is made significantly worse with the development of the Kra Canal.

China has finally put into effect its "string of pearls" strategy of forward bases and energy security. To that end they have underwritten the cost of the $20 billion canal across the Kra Isthmus with initial work having already started.

Malaysia has reacted angrily. The canal bypasses the busy Straits of Malacca and Malaysia stands to lose significant Port and Duty revenues. Many people are being displaced as part of the construction work with any opposition being stamped out. Significantly those being displaced and imprisoned tend to be predominantly Moslem.

Malaysia found it had to act and threatened economic ruin on the projest, what started initially as sabre rattling rapidly bloomed out
of all control.

Neither side despite the posturing was fully prepared for a conflict and even most front line aircraft were at a low state of readiness.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/14/2007 12:14:57 PM   
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Alpha Strike!
By Apocal

Lead a carrier air wing on a massed strike against the navy of a ficitious nation. Emphasis placed up limiting losses and civilian deaths.

1. SITUATION
Relations with the nation of Lorovia have grown strained and recent occurances of violence have lead to UN resolutions against the nation. Lorovia has ignored international outcry and continued on a path of persecuting ethnic minorities within their borders by a mix of forced emmigration and genocide. UN has greenlighted a combined NATO response to the crisis. However, Lorovia's neighbors are unwilling to grant basing and overflight rights.

A hastily assembled strike group has been positioned off the coast without being detected, guaranteeing operational and tactical surprise.

However, the Lorovian Navy remains a highly credible threat, with six Sunburn-equipped patrol boats, over a dozen more with various other antiship missiles, two squadrons of antiship missile-equipped maritime patrol aircraft, and five diesel-electric submarines.

2. MISSION
Your mission as CAG is to cripple the Lorovian Navy's surface, air and submarine forces in a single blow.

Your targets are:
-Lorovian Navy's Homeport (ref 1)
1. All six Tarantul patrol craft.
2. Naval HQ
3. SW Dock
4. E Dock
5. SE Dock

-Lorovian Navy's Submarine Base (ref 2)
1. Submarine Control HQ
2. Fleet Intelligence Center
3. Submarine Drydock
4. SW Sub Pen
5. SE Sub Pen
6. NE Sub Pen
7. NW Sub Pen

-Lorovian Navy's Maritime Bomber Base
1. Base Hangar #1
2. Base Hangar #2

-Lorovian Air Force's Fighter Base
1. Base Hangar #1
2. Base Hangar #2

3. EXECUTION
All Tarantul patrol craft are to be SUNK or otherwise damaged beyond any reasonable hope of repair or reconstitution.

All other targets need only two thirds damage to be considered "destroyed" for the purpose of meeting your objective.

No more than eight aircraft can be lost for this strike to be considered a success. No civilian aircraft may be destroyed. And no matter what the circumstance, the E-2 coordinating this action, callsign 'KING NEPTUNE', MUST NOT BE LOST.

We expect this to be a protracted air campaign and five more carrier and expeditionary strike groups are steaming across the Atlantic as we speak. The enemy, while alerted to possible NATO military action in the strategic sense, is unaware of the strike group's presence so close off in the operational sense, and completely unknowing of your strike incoming in the tactical sense.

There is a small training base located in the east, along the coast. We anticipate little to no threat generating from this field but be aware as detachments of fighters have been known to be temporarily deployed there for training. No hostile CAP is expected and most air defense forces are stood down. All aircraft are in their hangars in the two central airbases and all surface craft and submarines are comfortably in port. Do not waste this opportunity.

4. FORCES
a. Control - KING NEPTUNE

b. Recon - GUNSHOP, RUMRUNNER

c. SEAD
c1. Music - BUZZSAW
c2. Iron Hand - BONESAW, HACKSAW, CHAINSAW
c3. Decoy - WARPATH

d. Escort - SIDEWINDER

e. Strike
e1. GPS Hardened - CADILLIAC, COWBOY, RIFLEMAN, APACHE, BULLDOG
e2. LGB Antishipping - DEVILFISH, LINEBACKER

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/15/2007 11:43:05 AM   
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World War III 1987 - Logistical Nightmare
By Quinton Van Zyl

DATE: 13 April 1987
TIME: 07:00 Zulu
LOCATION: Azores, North Atlantic

As NATO attempts to stem the red tide of Soviet submarines entering the North Atlantic the Soviet advance into Western Europe continues. NATO forces are now fighting with the banks of the Aller River at their backs. The cities of Hamburg and Hannover are the scenes of especially heavy fighting.

In this scenario we see how NATO's multinational Standing Naval Force Atlantic STANAFORLANT handles a vital tasking order.

Database: DB2000

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/16/2007 1:00:55 PM   
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World War III 1987 - Pearl Harbor II
By Quinton Van Zyl

DATE: 1 April 1987
TIME: 16:00 Zulu
LOCATION: Hawaiian Islands

At the same time as Iceland is being invaded by the Soviet Union, things seem decidedly more peaceful in the Pacific.

This Scenario explores the Soviet Unions attempt to neutralise the USA's major forward operating base in the Pacific.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/20/2007 12:47:50 AM   
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Battle For The Korean Straits
By Mike Mykytyn

The Second Korean War is only a few hours old. North Korean commando attacks have blocked most South Korean harbors. Japan has not responded other than to hold outgoing operations until a decision is made. Chinese intentions are unknown. It's just you and several land based air assets against the coming wolfpacks of North Korean submarines.
This scenario is 1 day in duration and can only be played from the ROK/US side. Ships were left ungrouped so you can task as you wish… Having options makes the game a little funnier.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/24/2007 12:06:57 PM   
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World War III 1985 - GIUK Gap #8: The Barrier
By Ragnar Emsoy

NATO vs. SOVIETS

LOCATION: GIUK GAP/NORWEGIAN SEA
DATE/TIME: 17 SEPTEMBER 1985, 08:00:00Z

In a war situation, early control of the Norwegian Sea will be of great strategic importance for both NATO and the Soviet Union. For the Soviets, such control indirectly protects their strategic submarine bastions in the Barents Sea and reduces the possibility for an attack on the Soviet homeland. The Norwegian Sea is also the only avenue to the Atlantic Ocean and NATO's vital sea-lanes of communication (SLOC). By rapidly seeking control of the Norwegian Sea and the Greenland - Iceland - United Kingdom (GIUK) gap, the Soviets can achieve a good position for offensive operations into the North Atlantic.

NATO control of the Atlantic Ocean is heavily dependent upon the Norwegian Sea. With war raging throughout Europe, the ability to reinforce and supply NATO forces from the United States will be decisive. The loss of the Norwegian Sea will provide the Soviets with free access to the Atlantic, and thereby, the ability to cut NATO's SLOC's. It would also result in a NATO defeat in Norway and Denmark, which would give the Soviets several airfields of high strategic value. If the Soviets also gain control over Iceland, almost any important part of Europe will be within range of their strike planes. So although the war will probably not be won in the Norwegian Sea, it can surely be lost there.

ORDERS FOR CMDR NATO FORCES

INTEL:
As part of NATO's naval strategy to bottle up the initial Soviet incursion into the Norwegian Sea, progressive ASW barriers are now being set up from the Barents Sea all the way down through the Norwegian Sea into the GIUK gap. The GIUK gap itself is being actively patrolled by NATO surface forces including the USS America carrier battle group, the Ark Royal ASW group, STANAVFORLANT, and towed-array ASW groups. Large numbers of shore-based maritime patrol aircraft are operating from bases on Iceland and the British Isles, and B-52s have laid down large numbers of CAPTOR mines in the Greenland - Iceland gap.

With the outbreak of war, NATO's plan is to move its Atlantic Strike Fleet, consisting of as many as four carrier battle groups, into the Norwegian Sea. Here, the fleet will attack Soviet air and naval bases, and force the enemy to develop a defensive posture instead of disrupting the Atlantic sea lanes. However, only USS America and her battle group are present in the theatre at this time; three additional carriers are not scheduled to arrive for another few days.

More than thirty Soviet attack submarines deployed to the Norwegian Sea before the start of the war (in addition to fifty submarines deployed to the Atlantic Ocean), many taking up position in the same areas as those the Soviets expect will be used by NATO submarines. The main submarine barriers have been drawn on your tactical map as threat zones; southeast of Iceland, between Norway and Jan Mayen, and between Norway and Svalbard. Some Soviet submarines are known to have returned to their bases on the Kola Peninsula after delivering the initial blows to NATO naval forces, and replacements have been detected leaving the Barents Sea.

MISSION:
Sink fourteen (14) Soviet submarines while keeping your own losses to an absolute minimum. Scenario duration is four (4) days.

Pay special attention to Soviet submarines attempting to leave the Barents Sea. Stay clear of Soviet surface groups and areas patrolled by Soviet ASW aircraft.

(Hint 1: if you assign the CAPTOR mines to a generic 'Sub Strike' mission they will operate in an automated mode as they would in real life.)

(Hint 2: the SOSUS network takes advantage of the deep sound channels to detect enemy submarines at extreme ranges. However, the range and bearing information produced by these sensors is highly inaccurate, and the actual position may be up to hundred nautical miles or more from where SOSUS says it is. You are encouraged to carefully check each new contact to see what unit detected it. If detected by a submarine, ship or aircraft the contact is relatively close, if detected by SOSUS it can often be ignored.)

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/25/2007 11:27:43 AM   
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Los Bandidos Rojos
By Mike Mykytyn

In a bold move, Castro orders the Cuban Airforce to strike Miami. Can they pull this daring raid off or will formidable American air defenses rule the day?

This is a 1-2 player AAW scenario with a duration of 4 hours. Although a good deal of research was put into the scenario the plot is abit of a stretch. Came across across a Castro quote with offering to "bomb Miami" and wanted to see if it could be done. Have fun with this one, thats what it's about ;)

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/30/2007 12:23:29 PM   
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World War III 1985 - GIUK Gap #6: Arctic Typhoons
By Ragnar Emsoy

NATO vs. SOVIETS

LOCATION: GREENLAND/ARCTIC ICE
DATE/TIME: 15 SEPTEMBER 1985, 16:00:00Z

To defend their ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs) against NATO attack submarines (SSNs), the Soviets have employed a maritime strategy dubbed the Bastion concept. This means they keep most of their SSBNs within small areas protected by surface ships and airplanes. If the boomers ever leave the Bastions they remain under the Arctic ice where they are difficult to track.

ORDERS FOR CMDR NATO FORCES

INTEL:
The Soviets have sent two Typhoons and one Delta IV into attack positions under the Arctic ice cap. This presents an outstanding opportunity to severely damage the Soviet SSBN force and must not be missed. The boomers are probably escorted by several Victor-class attack submarines.

MISSION:
Sail north from Iceland and search for the Soviet submarines. Locate and sink at least two of the boomers. No more than two NATO submarines must be sunk in this operation. Scenario duration is ten (10) days.

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RE: Harpoon 3 scenarios from the HarpoonHQ - 5/30/2007 4:09:53 PM   
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Operation Raffles
By Paul Bridge

Over the past month, Allied forces have conducted numerous engagements against the communist forces of Indonesia. Losses have been heavy for both sides. Allied forces have lost 5 Frigates and Destroyers, at least 4 more damaged including the Cruiser Belfast which is alongside in Singapore with torpedo damage.

HMS Eagle after quick repairs in Perth is on route to the area with only one catapult operational and limited air group due to an AS-1 Kennel missile hit which “removed” 80ft of the flight deck and destroyed weapon mounts, sensors wreaking aviation facilities in the process… there were 250 crew killed or missing in this attack.

RAF losses have been a combination of 30 aircraft, RN air losses have been about the same with reserve squadrons flying out from the UK and Australia.

Today is the day the Allied forces remove the Communist Government from Indonesia, the Bulwark Amphibious Group has sailed from Singapore with a Cdo Group embarked. Escort is provided by the Victorious and Melbourne Carrier Groups.

The Dutch have agreed to provide AAW Cover for the groups but is under Dutch control. 1 and 2 Para will be conducting drops on the Indonesian Mainland… the first mass use of airborne assault since Suez 1956!

The RAF will be conducting CAP, Attack and Recon Support for the Operation supported by the RAAF and RNZAF forces.

Soviet Forces have been warned to keep out the area of operations… but still continue to operate there, if they do get involved they have been told of the response we will give!

This is the last in the Indonesian Campaign Scenarios, let's see if you can change history .

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Neighbourly Intervention
By Quinton Van Zyl

DATE: 27 April 1965
TIME: 23:00:00 Zulu (Before dawn local time)
LOCATION: Dominican Rep., Carribean Sea

In April 1965 a coup was staged in the Dominican Republic. At the time the US had just concluded Operation Quick Kick VII - a training exercise off Puerto Rico. The decision was taken to use the available assets (TF 44.9, including the LPH USS Boxer and her task force plus the embarked MEU) and stage an evacuation of US citizens and diplomats from the US embassy in downtown Santo Domingo.

In this scenario, it is assumed that in addition to the evacuation the US government has decided to neutralise the military capability of this new rebel/communist government so that a more "acceptable" government can take power at a time in the near future, this time with US support. To achieve this, the Essex class carrier USS Shangri La and her battle group have been hastily despatched to the area to provide vital airsupport for this operation.

In real life, the operation went relatively smoothly with little opposition to the US presence.

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Hong Kong Hustle
By Mike Mykytyn

Local Chinese forces crossed into the New Territories in great confidence of a British defeat. British forces had already withdrawn most forces from Singapore leaving Hong Kong and the New Territories the only significant British colonial holding left in Asia. With a successful Sino-U.S. summit the year before and US involved in a war in Vietnam, U.S. involvement was hightly unlikely. Clearly if pushed hard and fast enough the British would cede these holdings back to China effectively ending the lease that would have the British in China for decades to come.

This theory proved wrong as the Royal House Ghurkas and the Irish Guard fought a brilliant delaying action that stopped Chinese forces short of Kowloon and the shores of Victoria Harbor. Chinese forces were forced to reorganize,slowly reinforce and bombard as their standing local forces had suffered horrible attrition rates.

The British now had precious weeks to reinforce themselves and challenge the Chinese notion that taking Hong Kong would be a simple affair.
Australia honored its Commonwealth commitment and the Melbourne task force was sent North. A large British Task Force centered on Ark Royal passed from the Indian to Pacific Ocean. The United States offered indirect support by convincing the Philippines to open air bases to British and Australian Forces.

The stage was now set to end Chinese aggression.

Notes: This scenario is designed to be one player ASuW, AAW, and ASW scenario with a duration of 4 days. Please play with logistics on and nukes off.

Enjoy :)

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The Cyprus Question 1966
By Quinton Van Zyl

DATE: 18 March 1966
TIME: 08:00:00 Zulu (Dawn local time)
LOCATION: Eastern Mediterranean

Turkey vs Greece & United Kingdom

Cyprus has been at the center of a tug of war for almost a century. The island was part of the Ottoman Empire until it was taken over by the British in the 1877-78 Russo-Turkish war as
a base for naval operations and formally included in the British Empire during World War I. The island was a crucial base for the UK during both world wars as well as the Suez Crisis in the 1950's. Cyprus gained official independence from Britain in 1960 although the UK still maintained two bases on the island.

While Cyprus was never part of modern Greece, the Greeks embarked on a romantic idea to reunite all lands associated with Greek mythology in ancient times. This was known as Enios and was the beginning of a major source of tension between Turkey and Greece.

Many attempts were made in the 1950's to resolve this conflict - however no lasting solution was found. During the early 1960's violent clashes between Greeks and Turks became ever more frequent and widespread across the island. For Turkey this could not be allowed to continue as it was a major cause for instability in the government. In a desperate move Turkish armed forces from the mainland were landed on the island; the operation was well executed and succeeded in securing most of the major towns, harbours and the airport. Fighting was intense in some areas but due to the greater numbers on the Turkish side the Greeks were finally defeated after three days - UK forces on the island were similarly rounded up and deported.

This act of agression by Turkey represented a serious threat to NATO's south-eastern flank. The UK was enraged at the expulsion of British troops and equipment from her two bases on Cyprus. Following a top secret meeting between British and Greek officials in London, the British Prime Minister announced on a national television and radio broadcast that a joint Royal Navy and Greek task force would reclaim the island and restore stability to the region.

The British aircraft carrier Ark Royal and her battle group have been sent at best speed from Gibraltar to join up with elements of the Greek navy before heading east towards Cyprus. A large portion of the Turkish navy has taken up positions around Cyprus; air activity has also increased dramatically.

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The Five-Pointed Star
By Quinton Van Zyl

DATE: 11 May 1975
TIME: 06:00:00 Zulu, pre dawn local time
LOCATION: Gulf of Aden

France vs Somalia

Ever since gaining independence from Britain in 1960, Somalia has dreamed of reuniting all its former provinces to become greater Somalia once more. The national flag of Somalia features a five pointed star representing those areas claimed as part of the Somali nation - the former Italian and British territories; the Ogaden region of Ethiopia; the NFD region of northern Kenya and the former French colony of Djibouti. The constitution includes the statement "the Somali Republic promotes the union of the territories". The constitution also provides that all ethnic Somalis, no matter where they reside are citizens of the republic.

In 1969, Somalia suffered a bloody coup which saw Siad Barre come to power - one year later, Somalia was declared a socialist state. With military ambition high on the agenda, the new Somali government quickly strenghtened ties with Moscow. A deal was quickly set up where Soviet forces could make use of Somali airbases and ports in exchange for modern weaponry.

The unsuccesful struggle with Kenya in the 1960s has persuaded the Somali government to turn its attention northward. Their attention now seems squarely focussed on Djibouti. This small city state is home to a Somali ethnic majority and is one of the major shipping hubs of the Middle East - it is also almost completely incapable of defending itself. The diplomatic approach to reunification has been aggressively countered by Djiboutis former colonial master France, with the French foreign minister stating that

"The island of democracy that is Djibouti will never fall into the hands of a greedy dicatorship. France's commitment to the preservation of freedom in the area is strong and will be demonstrated by force if necessary."

Somalia has responded by expressing its urgent desire to liberate the oppressed people of the Somali nation under one flag and rid the region of colonial influences. Following this statement, the French navy despatched one of its Indian Ocean squadron frigates to the area and readied a far larger force for despatch to the region to "deal with any and all contingencies."

The mounting tension finally blew last week with cross border raids by Somali military forces and close support airstrikes on French army positions in Djibouti. The small French garrison is not expected to hold for much longer even with the support of a French Mirage squadron. The French task force passed the island of Socrota last evening and has now entered the Gulf of Aden.

While the Soviet Union would be delighted with the removal of the French presence in the region, they seem unwilling to overtly support their Somali allies. However, the presence of Soviet warships conducting hastily arranged exercises with the South Yemen navy has certainly got the attention of the French navy.

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ORDERS FOR CMDR FRENCH OPS

INTEL
Our forces stationed in Djibouti are taking a beating, Somali forces have reached the outskirts of the capital and it seems without reinforcements, the defences will fail within 48 hours. A large proportion of the Somali airforce has deployed to the airbase outside Hargeisa, with a few of the longer ranged units operating out of Mogadishu.

Elements of the Soviet Black Sea Fleet have been conducting exercises with the South Yemen navy, but it seems uncertain as to what further intentions they may have in the area. What is also uncertain is how much assistance they are giving the Somalis - some unconfirmed reports suggest they may have "instructors" assisting with the training of Somali pilots. They may also be passing contact reports on to the Somali's, however at this stage that is unconfirmed.

At this time not all vessels of the Somali navy have been accounted for.

MISSION
* Set up defensive combat air patrols around your forces - keeping a close eye on Soviet activity in the region.
* Conduct airstrikes as required in order to gain air superiority over Djibouti. You may consider attacking the primary forward airbase at Hargeisa, however be warned it is well defended by SAMs and AAA.
* Escort thr amphibious assault group to the reference points off Djibouti. Soften up the defences in the area and close to within 5nm of the enemy positions. The Ouragan has two embarked mechanised infantry companies, the LST's each have one. Once in range, launch the assault on the beachead. The companies each travel to their targets at 12kt (you wont see instantaneous results - this is real life).
* You need to destroy at least 6 of the Somali tank and army units.
* Neither the Foch or the assault ship Ouragan may be lost in this encounter as both are mission critical.
* For political reasons you may not lose more than two ships in total.
* To be considered successful, you must station three of the five amphibious ships in the area marked by the reference points for at least 4 hours.

You have 32 hours to complete your objectives.

COMMAND & SIGNAL: R 99 Foch
Unrestricted Emissions

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The Beagle Channel Incident
By Quinton Van Zyl

DATE: 12 December 1978
TIME: 00:20:00 Zulu - Dawn local time
LOCATION: Tierra del Fuego, S. America

Situated at the foot of South America, three islands of the Beagle Channel - Picton, Lennox and Nueva have been the source of tension between Chile and Argentina since the early 1800's. Also at stake are the island's congruent maritime extensions (30 000 sq miles), with fishing and mineral (notably oil) rights.

The tension has increased dramatically over the past year with the discovery of substantial oil and natural gas reserves in the disputed area. In January of this year, both parties entered into negotiations which have subsequently failed - along with attempts at third party mediation. With Chile currently in possession of the islands and both parties claiming them as their own, war seems inevitable.

In November, the Chilean National Oil Company announced its intention to begin drilling opperations in 1979. This was not well received by the Argentine government which subsequently denounced this statement as a blatent provocation. The patience of the Argentine public with their innefectual government is now wearing thin and action, not words has become the rallying cry.

On December 8th, major elements of the Argentine navy left port and air activity in the area has increased alarmingly. Less than 24 hours later, Chile responded by putting all available naval units to sea.

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Torpedo Run
By Paul Bridge

HMS Bulwark and her cover group comprising of the WW2 Cruiser HMS Belfast have now arrived in Singapore. Bulwark has embarked 45 Cdo Royal Marines and a full complement of Wessex helicopters for future operations. The KRI Irian was destroyed in the engagement with HMS Belfast who herself received damage and is being repaired in Singapore. With both sides licking their wounds, it's time for the submarines to play their part. A convoy on route from Russia has been located hugging the coast of northern Indonesia and is believed to be carrying spare parts and weapons for soviet-built equipment. The convoy escort is heavy with added ASW air support from shore… Soviet units are not in area due to threats from the United Kingdom to “remove” their units from the area of action. HMS Oberon has been tasked with this operation, with torpedo racks fully loaded and tubes full she is out hunting her prey!

United Kingdom and ANZAC
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***TOP SECRET UK ANZAC EYES ONLY***

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FM CinC Far East

TO HMS Oberon



INTELLIGENCE


A Large convoy has been detected onroute from Russia,this convoy is now in our operating area and is believed to be carrying spare parts and weapons for soviet made equipment. Latest position is marked on your chart as ref pt DATUM , the convoy is heading towards Jakarta and must be neutralized.



THREAT



Air

Gannet AS.1:- torpedo's,rockets & depth charges.



Surface

Numerous escorts:- depth charges, & guns.



Sub-Surface

Nil



ORDERS


1. Sink all 4 transports.

2. Engage any Escorts to complete mission.



EMCON
Tiger Balm - Limited Emissions

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Broadsides
By Paul Bridge

The air strikes on the air bases in Indonesia have been considered a success, destroying many of the A.U.R.I aircraft on the ground and in the air. Most of the Badger force have been neutralized but at least 6 are believed to be operational.

The downside of the attacks were losses to the Vulcan and Canberra strike aircraft who were badly mauled by the MiG-21s. HMS Eagle suffered 1 AS-1 missile hit during the engagement resulting in damage to the forward end of the flight deck wreaking the catapults and destroying numerous aircraft in the fire that followed; she is limping back to Perth for repairs.
HMAS Melbourne only received minor damage and is now at Singapore awaiting spare aircraft for her depleted air group. HMS Victorious is still trapped in dry dock due to terrorist attacks to the dry dock gates and should be flooded out in the next week, downside is most of her air group detached to air bases in Singapore have been destroyed by sneak air attacks and terrorist action, spare aircraft are on route from the UK via Cyprus and Aden.

At present HMS Belfast and her group are on transit with HMS Bulwark to re enforce Singapore’s defence’s, HMS Bulwark has embarked 45 Cdo Royal Marines and support helicopters, this group presents the Indonesian forces a major target as these troops will be used for the assault on Jakarta at a future date. It is believed that the Cruiser Irian (Ex Sverdlov) is in the area with escorts! Can HMS Belfast protect “Bulwark” in a classic gun engagement…who knows, the choice is yours !

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Latakia
By Christopher Comars

Israel vs Syria
08 October 1973

On the first night of the October War, five Israeli missile boats sortied to attack Syrian naval units. Off the port of Latakia was a force of Syrian naval units, several armed with SS-N-2 series anti-ship missiles. The action that followed was a resounding Israeli victory as all the Syrian vessels engaged were destroyed without loss. This was the first modern missile boat vs missile boat action and a triumph of decisive leadership and effective counter-measures. And more than a little luck...

The Battle of Latakia was the first engagement where modern missile boats fought each other as well as the debut of the Gabriel SSM. This is a short, (6-hours but you won’t need that long) violent two-dimensional stand up fight. There are no aircraft, coastal defences or submarines present. The Israeli player must sink five Syrian warships to win (the historical result) while the Syrian player must sink at least three Israeli boats.

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Mixed Doubles
By Ralf Koelbach

The third scenario in the PASON introductory battleset, Mixed Doubles puts you in control of combined surface and subsurface forces. You will learn how to coordinate ships and submarines.

Never forget: Speeding up time compression in an missile engagement and with subs lurking around can have drastic consequences…

Database: DB2000

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Go Tell the Spartans
By Steve Mills

Relationships between Greece & Turkey have been historically unpredictable, this scenario assumes a flare up simply getting outside the control of politicians.

This is not as unlikely as might first appear. Air to air combats between the two are not all that infrequent. Usually after a period of posturing , things settle down. However there is always the possibility for escalation. This becomes increasingly true with the enhanced Air Defences , often operating at a semi autonomous level.

With the increasing militarisation of the Eastern Aegean it is sometimes easy to overlook that both countries share a common and disputed border. Across the Evros/Meric River the defences of the 4th Corps , 1st Hellas Army stand facing the Turkish 1st Army.

Although this might look one sided , reinforcements would rapidly be rushed to the front especially from 3rd Corps based in Thessaloniki.

If there ever were an attack it would be those reinforcements that could prove critical.

Relevant satellite imagery is included to assist in your planning.

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