From: Red China
China Wins the War: Why I Got Crushed In a Simulated South China Sea Battle
TNI might not be a good site to analyze military activities IRL, but those authors are surely curious. I am surprised they tried CMANO, although other media have done this years ago.
Speak of China may win the fight, here’s the massive, potentially game-crashing CMANO scenario you could try:
If US offensives doesn’t coordinate carefully to hit Chinese mainland defensive perimeters, the taste of victory will be very brief and weak. Usually it’s not the elite, most advanced frontline combatants to have the biggest glory, because this scenario is a long-lasting battle, and PLA may have massive centerline/secondary assets to attack the exhausted US fleets and jets. This is why we need deeper strategy rather than just blitzing. I learned my mistake from it.
Thanks for sharing that, I will give it a try when I have time.
I saw this article on my yahoo frontpage. Driven by curiosity, I hit the link and saw "CMANO" , it attacted all my attention. But then I was like "Wat??!!", how can you lose this scenario? It is a cakewalk.
I know the author has a point on LCS's weakness, but drag them into a gunfight is not a brilliant idea. If there is any problem that could not be solved with one MK48, fire two....
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