Launch from the Stennis and conduct SEAD in support of a targeted strike on an Abkhazi base. Coordinate with Air Force F-15s providing CAP, and lend them a hand if necessary. Ensure the path is clear for two flights of A-10s to do their job. Keep an eye on your and your flight's fuel levels to ensure you can make it back to Stennis.
Voiceover briefing and in-mission instructions and updates from "Overlord," the Air Force colonel who is overseeing the mission.
Please let me know if you have any feedback, or if anything breaks!
Ready room on the Stennis, 6:30 AM local time. Your captain has told you that you that you will be part of a joint Navy/Air Force mission today...and that it is not a training exercise. A video conference is set up, and an Air Force Colonel is introduced. The colonel is the CO of the detachment currently deployed at Kutaisi in Georgia.
Good morning everyone, and sorry to get you out of bed early, but we have a situation developing. Before we get started here at Kutaisi, a quick welcome to our Navy colleagues on board the Stennis. As I understand it they're cruising about 70 miles off the Georgia coast, and about a hundred miles east of here. Busy few hours ahead of us, so let's get right to it...
- There is a bug in comms when taxiing on the carrier, so I have not been tuning Stennis until I'm in place and ready to hook up to the cat.
- Use "Complete mission and rejoin" to get your flight to engage mission targets if needed.
- Max result is 100: Take out SAM radar, ensure A-10s take out their targets, keep your flight alive, and get safely back to the boat.
- Updated 10/26 to fix Springfield 4 activation.