Hi All, I updated this on 11/16/14 fixed issues with the scenario Finely working correctly after latest update to command.
got turns to work well enough. Added another ship to coastal patrol. Changed weapon loadout to match Scenario 2
This scenario is a little different then the other single unit scenarios posted here. Time compression is important here so let me know if time compression is an issue. I am also running 1.03 release candidate which is a must for this. You have to follow a soviet sub to complete your mission. You may have to play it a few times to get the maneuvers correct. The Victor takes a different route each time.
Let me know your thoughts on this scenario and any issues you may have. I would like ways to improve it.
It is scenarios like this is where drawing tool would be helpful. Us reference points to layout your search area.
September 5, 1983 / 2100 GMT
To: USS Baltimore
On September 1, South Korean airlines flight 007 from New York City to Seoul, via Anchorage, was shot down by the Soviets. Tensions are very high. NATO is sending a carrier group to the North Atlantic. Early intelligence reports the Soviet Northern Fleet is preparing to put to sea. 6 hours ago the new Typhoon class SSBN (TK-208) and two Victor IIIs (K-254 and K-298) left port and we do not know their intentions. We just received flash intelligence that a third Victor III (K-502) will be leaving port tomorrow morning at 0300 GMT. The intelligence states that K-502 is assigned to patrol the southern approaches to TK-208's patrol zone. K-502 will be leaving from the submarine base located in Kola bay.
Your Orders: Discover and follow K-502 and when you feel that K-502 has reached her patrol zone, break-off contact and proceed north undetected 35 to 45 miles to the bottom of TK-208's patrol zone. Locate TK-208 and report her position.
You have 6 hrs to Transit to the determined best intercept point N70.03’, E35.40’, marked on the map, to position yourself for K-502’s departure
TK-208 is believed to have very good passive haul and towed array sonar so use caution as you approach and search her patrol zone. We believe the other two Victor IIIs are likely patrolling areas around TK-208 as well.
We expect ASW aircraft to be operating in the Barents Sea along with any ships patrolling the Kola Peninsula coast this time of year. Use caution when you approach the bay area as you can expect heavy harbor patrols.
Tensions are very high and Washington considers this act of aggression against innocent passengers and crew of flight 007 as the first shot. Let me be clear; if the Northern Fleet does put to sea within the next 12 hours, NATO may start hostilities.
Captain, this is the cat and mouse game we train for. Do not let them know you are there. Let them lead us to her. Good hunting and Gods Speed.
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