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PBNA-Boosher
01-08-2005, 06:34 PM
I made two missions. Both are about hopeless odds. Here they are and their descriptions:

Like a Knife Through Butter:

The easiest of the two, but not by much.

16 D3A-1 Vals 16 pilots, 16 gunners.

The USS Indianapolis has just been spotted on transfer, escorted by 2 Destroyers. There has not been a better time to attack! Destroy the Indianapolis, and if you can, hit the destroyers. We have dispatched two B5N Kates, but we don't have much hope they'll make it back. Our Dive bombers are our only hope here. But beware! The last transmission we recieved from one of our scout planes said they were approaching an enemy carrier. We have not heard from the scout plane since. Be on the watch for enemy fighters, you will need to fend them off yourself, we cannot risk losing our Zero-Sens in this endeavor.
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Mission #2: The hardest one you might ever play..
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Clinging to Hope:

Coop made in version 3.03m for 9 players. (warning, intense action due to multiple planes and vehicles)

6 flyable I-16 type 24's
3 flyable I-153P's

This is an anti-resupply mission taking place in the Barbarossa campaign. The Germans are advancing on Vyzama and soon will be at the very gates of Moscow. The Fascists are attacking the larger villages now. They need large amounts of supplies, and all are brought in by truck. Word has it that this resupply convoy has a high ranking German officer going to the front. He would be in a nice looking car, not in one of their normal Kubelwagons. If we can destroy it and kill him, we may have better chances on the ground. Once you have destroyed the convoy, take out the bridge.
Beware Comrades, we still do not have air superiority over the area, and the situation is very grim. I believe that if fighters come and attack, they may have more than twice your number of planes. Most German units have converted from "Emils" to "Friedrichs" by now, and they are more maneuverable and deadly. Be on your guard, and Za Rodinu!

The missions can be downloaded from the TX squadron website. You must be registered to download, however:

Like a Knife through Butter:
http://www.txsquadron.com/topic.asp?ARCHIVE=&TOPIC_ID=1991

Clinging to Hope:
http://www.txsquadron.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1994

PBNA-Boosher
01-08-2005, 06:34 PM
I made two missions. Both are about hopeless odds. Here they are and their descriptions:

Like a Knife Through Butter:

The easiest of the two, but not by much.

16 D3A-1 Vals 16 pilots, 16 gunners.

The USS Indianapolis has just been spotted on transfer, escorted by 2 Destroyers. There has not been a better time to attack! Destroy the Indianapolis, and if you can, hit the destroyers. We have dispatched two B5N Kates, but we don't have much hope they'll make it back. Our Dive bombers are our only hope here. But beware! The last transmission we recieved from one of our scout planes said they were approaching an enemy carrier. We have not heard from the scout plane since. Be on the watch for enemy fighters, you will need to fend them off yourself, we cannot risk losing our Zero-Sens in this endeavor.
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Mission #2: The hardest one you might ever play..
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Clinging to Hope:

Coop made in version 3.03m for 9 players. (warning, intense action due to multiple planes and vehicles)

6 flyable I-16 type 24's
3 flyable I-153P's

This is an anti-resupply mission taking place in the Barbarossa campaign. The Germans are advancing on Vyzama and soon will be at the very gates of Moscow. The Fascists are attacking the larger villages now. They need large amounts of supplies, and all are brought in by truck. Word has it that this resupply convoy has a high ranking German officer going to the front. He would be in a nice looking car, not in one of their normal Kubelwagons. If we can destroy it and kill him, we may have better chances on the ground. Once you have destroyed the convoy, take out the bridge.
Beware Comrades, we still do not have air superiority over the area, and the situation is very grim. I believe that if fighters come and attack, they may have more than twice your number of planes. Most German units have converted from "Emils" to "Friedrichs" by now, and they are more maneuverable and deadly. Be on your guard, and Za Rodinu!

The missions can be downloaded from the TX squadron website. You must be registered to download, however:

Like a Knife through Butter:
http://www.txsquadron.com/topic.asp?ARCHIVE=&TOPIC_ID=1991

Clinging to Hope:
http://www.txsquadron.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1994