A short, simple campaign for the C-101CC, mostly flying CAS low intensity warfare missions.
Georgia declared its independence in April 1991, shortly before the collapse of the USSR and the Warsaw Pact. Since then, the country has been embroiled in bitter in-fighting, as various ethnic paramilitary factions fight for influence within the newborn Republic or seek to leave it, while the Russian government seeks to destabilise its neighbours.
By the summer of 1992 it is clear that Georgia's Armed Forces are overstretched and under equipped, and can no longer maintain control of the rebellious Abhkazia and South Ossetia regions. In an effort to strengthen a potential future ally against Russian influence, the United States have delivered equipment and material to the Tbilisi government.
Part of this limited military aid comes in the form of 8 light attack C-101CC aircraft, formerly used in the US as aggressors by private firms. Several volunteers of the Ukranian National Assembly, veterans the war in Afghanistan, have also arrived in the country, and will operate the aircraft. The mission of the newborn light attack squadron is to relieve the few Su-25 Frogfoots available and help maintain order in the region.