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This is the "Italians in War" mini-campaign, a set of four missions which chronicle various British and American attempts to harrass or invade the island of Sardinia. From your aerodrome at Elmas, you will fly either a Macchi Mc-200 Saetta or a Macchi Mc-202 Folgore in defense of the island in 1940 and then in 1942. Rami
Posted Apr 16, 2013 21:35 by Andrew Talbot
1.65Mb (56 downloads)
This six mission mini-campaign is designed to represent, in part, the clash between Vichy French and British forces in Lebanon, Syria, and Palestine during the spring and early summer of 1941. For more info, you can look at this website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syria-Lebanon_campaign
Posted Apr 16, 2013 20:07 by Andrew Talbot
1.46Mb (88 downloads)
This is my extensive overhaul of the Operation Pedestal campaign found at the closed IS4G website. I want to thank them for creating this wonderful and vibrant campaign. This Mediterranean campaign has been updated in the usual fashion, including the utilization of the Malta scenery by Brunosk. Additionally, many of the flyable aircraft have been updated as well. Because of the amount of ships and aircraft involved, you will need a fairly fast PC to run these missions effectively. If you do not have a reasonably fast computer, you may notice reduced frame rates over land, and over the convoy. In most cases though, once you're over the water, frame rates should be more than acceptable. This was one of the projects I have wanted to work on again and update for a long time, and I am quite pleased with the overall results. For those who want the original mission files, I included those as well. The reason for that is that my goal here was playability, occasionally at the expense of historical accuracy. However, the missions are certainly within the sphere of realism and probability, I assure you. Also, if you read the mission info, some of these raids were massive. Accordingly, these missions have been expanded to include the actual amounts of aircraft involved, because most users of CFS2 have updated their computers, and thereby framerates are not nearly the concern they were in years past. Andrew Talbot
Posted Apr 13, 2013 15:40 by Andrew Talbot
6.41Mb (85 downloads)
An historical (with one "what if" mission) battle history of the USS Saratoga throughout the course of WW2. The player will find himself flying a fighter, divebomber or torpedo plane in randomly selected missions. Also, he may find himself randomly flying as a wingman, rather that the leader of the flight of bombers (but not fighters).
Posted Dec 29, 2012 13:02 by Gregory "Shadow Wolf 07" Baskin
5.34Mb (89 downloads)
This campaign is a mostly historical commentary of the World War 2 exploits of the USS Essex. The US and Japanese task force compositions, ship names, dates, and most locations are as accurate as possible. In this campaign, the USN is on the offensive. Out of all the actions in which she participated, I chose a good, representative sampling of the major engagements of this great ship from her first action until near the end of the war in the Pacific. Random choice will have you flying either a fighter, dive bomber or a torpedo bomber or maybe as a wingman.
Posted Dec 29, 2012 12:44 by Greg "Shadow Wolf 07" Baskin
0.04Mb (139 downloads)
Mission - World War I Duel of Aces 1917 - Guynemer vs Osterkamp. By John P Fortin (aka Polar_Lion) Its about the day Guynemer spared Osterkamp's life. Georges Guynemer was already a french ace with almost 50 confirmed kills. Osterkamp had only recently become and ace. Guynemer isn't credited with this victory due to the lack of witnesses. Even though Guynemer was alone during the duel, for the stories sake, you will be flying wing for Guynemer. You will be flying a SPAD S7 out of Bergues Bierne, just south of Dunkirk. The fight will take place over Roulers.
Posted Aug 26, 2012 14:02 by John P Fortin
6.09Mb (293 downloads)
This is the full 106-mission campaign about the black pilots of the 99th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group, known as the Tuskegee Airmen. This set of missions start in North Africa in 1943 beginning with their arrival at Casablanca, Morocco, and ending after just over two full years of combat with the Tuskegee Airmen flying over the remains of the Third Reich and Festung Europa. The missions are as close to historically accurate as I could make them. The majority of the background information was taken from the outstanding book: "Black Knights, The Story of the Tuskegee Airmen" by Lynn M. Homan and Thomas Reilly. I have had to omit some of the actual missions conducted by the Tuskegee Airmen just for brevity sake. I have also taken some creative liberty where limitations of CFS2 would not allow for total accuracy of mission building. For this, I apologize to the original Tuskegee Airmen and the authors of the book.
Posted Aug 14, 2012 17:51 by Devildog73