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Carrier Fleet By Simon Weldon (_219_Chalenger is my zone name) Part of the 219th Squadron Carrier Training. NOTE: This is the first mission i have made so dont complain if you think it is not to your standard it was made more for rookie pilots to make the difficult carrier landings. 6K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
"Beginner's
            Luck" Mission
0.06Mb (321 downloads)
"Beginner's Luck" Mission You will fly a Wildcat on a post-maintenance check flight out of Henderson Field, Guadalcanal in 1943. This is a very basic fighter sweep mission created using Part 1 of Cody Coyote's CFS2 Mission Tutorial. It is short enough to fly in realtime, but you will not miss anything by warping when that feature is enabled. Tom Sanford. 67K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
Carrier
              Attack Mission
1.76Mb (485 downloads)
Carrier Attack Mission that pits the USS Enterprise against two flights of Japanese Kates. Flyable B5N2 Kate included. By - Arnie Macy. 1.8MB Update: Carrier Combat Mission fixes the problem when you DON'T use WARP to waypoint 3, then end up back in the flak when you DO warp ... (not good) Just unzip the two files to your CFS2 MISSION folder. 4K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
0.03Mb (171 downloads)
Guam Attack Mission This mission is a totally fictional scenario where you have to attack about two flights of the Japanese Defenders. 26K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
Nightmare
            Raid:
0.68Mb (133 downloads)
Nightmare Raid: Lead a flight of Corsairs from VMF(N)-513 to strike the Chinese Air Base of Dandong. The Korth Koreans have been using this base to attack UN Forces. Mission is fictional and not on any 513 flew during the Korean War. Dean Reilly. 697K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
April
            Fools Day.
1.41Mb (146 downloads)
April Fools Day. The North Korean Navy has received Russian and Chinese submarines. Lead a flight of 8 RADAR equiped Avengers to destroy them before they enter operational status. Dean Reilly. 1.4MB
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
Carrier:
15.06Mb (403 downloads)
Carrier: Just a few addon missions for CFS2. Unzip this file to your CFS2 directory, and it will install itself! This will give you two missions, one takeoff, and one landing. It will also give you the ship, and update your callsigns list so that Cowpens will be available, as well as updating your description list so that you can add the Cowpens (Or under any other name) as a part of your own CFS2 missions! David Needham. 662K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
Bombers:
0.12Mb (268 downloads)
Bombers: Simple missions where you watch your countries bombers attack enemy shipping (USN and IJN versions). Just drop into your CFS2\MISSIONS folder. 119K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
Flaktops.
0.08Mb (176 downloads)
Flaktops. Simply un-zip to any temp area and run the self-extractor. This will install both the 323 Lakunia Light and Dark missions. I hope you find this a challenge and enjoy using them. Both missions require the USS Stennis, also avaiable at SimViation. Mission gives you 3 Essex Class Carriers, 3 Yorktown, 3 Stennis and plenty of FLAK! Plenty of room for many player's without crashing into eachother. 86K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
(313 downloads)
Wildcats in Hell mission . Created may 22, 2002 Description---- This is a fictionional mission just for fun. I always enjoy missions with multiple enemy aircraft and multiple mission objectives. There are two japanese squadrons approaching and your primary mission is to destroy the akagi and its support ships just off the horizon. You may warp as soon as you leave the base and attempt to sink the carrier...but your base will be destroyed. It is advised that you shoot down the enemies before you try to accomplish the primary mission. By Charles Hagan. 4K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive