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Operation Exporter, the Syrian-Lebanon campaign. 8 missions are included in this mission pack for MAW. Missions types: anti ship, recon, escort, sweep, strafing, CAP, armed recon, scramble. Aircrafts: Blenheim MkI, MS406, D520, Hurricane, Tomahawk, LeO451, Gladiator. 1st upload had problems. Apologies.
Posted Jan 30, 2011 15:19 by Led Zeppelin
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These 3 missions for MAW are 'what if' based on historical context (locations and dates are historically accurate but thay have not been build from real missions acounts). They all occur during the battle of El Alamein.
Posted Jan 1, 2011 15:28 by Led Zeppelin
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For ETO V1.40 or higher. First of all, thanks to Bob 'rbp71854' who has made the mission template and gave me permission to use it. He has done 99% of the boring job and without him, this mission would never have been the same and so immersive. Overview: 2./NAGr 13, Cuers, august 15th 1944. Alarm, ALARM!! Allies have initiated an amphibious and airborne assault in southern France, HQ requires informations immediately to prepare a counterattack. Confusion is complete, report where the major landings operations are and try to determine where is the airborne assult by spotting gliders on ground. This is a high priority mission....
Posted Dec 11, 2010 14:02 by Led Zeppelin
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Bomber Command at War: the Phoney War. This mission pack (2 missions) is based on historical events and real missions. It is rather unknown that aviators have been buisy during the Phoney War and Bomber Command is no exception, flying many different missions types from it's bases in England. Many crew members payed the highest price the early mistakes of high command. For ETO V1.40 or higher.
Posted Dec 11, 2010 13:54 by Led Zeppelin
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These 2 missions are based on historical events and real missions. They depict typicall tactical missions in which allied fighters were involved during the last weeks of the war. For ETO V1.40 or higher.
Posted Dec 11, 2010 13:49 by Led Zeppelin