This mission is covert and "off the books". You will be landing on a makeshift desert landing field to meet the French. The French have proof required to authorize your mission. You will then personally deliver that proof to your superiors. The proof will, if true, give the green light for you to fly a sortie to destroy four buildings involved in illegal manufacturing. You are then told the targeting team have lost their equipment for lasing, so you have to go "old school". The landing teams will be illuminating the targets for you with signal flairs. You will be able to pinpoint the targets with your night vision and destroy each as they are designated by the flairs. The mission includes some random triggers to mix it up a little each time it's flown. Including mixing up the target order.
Good beginner script. Requires Night Vision with AGM65-F Maverick or Mk-83 or MK-71 Zuni Rockets to destroy your targets, and some CBU99 clusters.
MOD for Landing Strip Lights is required.
Uses the FCLP Box Lights from the Navy Equipment mod
. digitalcombatsimulator . com/en/files/3303802/
Installs into location at:
c:\users\«your username»\Saved Games\DCS.openbeta\Mods\tech\NavyEquipment
c:\users\«your username»\Saved Games\DCS\Mods\tech\NavyEquipment
As a beginner, I'm disappointed with scripts that have too little instructions, and bored with all flying and no action. I also get frustrated by flying 15 minutes looking at clouds, only to be shot down by a silent killer. So I'm trying to make some scripts that are self explanatory and not to technically complicated, for me anyway. Also, an orderly mission roll-out and confirmation of completion is rewarding because it provides "closure". As a new flier, my scripts are not militarily correct and not technically complicated. But, not always easy. I think their fun, and you might think so too. Scripts that have some kind of custom sounds seem to be more interesting, especially with situational voiced feedback, so I'm trying to be creative and add just that.
Thanks for any comments or feedback to make better future scripts.