F-16C Balkans Campaign

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F-16C Balkans Campaign

F-16C Balkans Campaign

Type - Campaign
Author - florenceSSD
Date - 05/02/2020 22:52:23
F-16C Balkans Campaign. 12 missions of predominately A-G, but some A-A thrown in.

As always, feedback welcomed.

Custom radios and voice overs.

At the end of 1992, tensions between Bosnian Croats and Bosniaks rose and their collaboration fell apart.In January 1993, the two former allies engaged in open conflict,
resulting in the Croat–Bosniak War. In 1994 the US-brokered peace between Croatian forces and the Bosnian Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina with the Washington Agreement.

In October 1992, at the beginning of the Bosnian War, the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 781. This resolution prohibited unauthorized military flights in Bosnian airspace.  In response to "blatant" violations of Bosnian air space, and implicitly of resolution 781, the UN Security Council issued Resolution 816.

In response to this resolution, NATO commenced Operation Deny Flight on 12 April 1993. Initially Deny Flight was intended only to enforce the no-fly zone; however several NATO members, including the United States, were eager to find ways to end the war and improve the situation of civilians, and hoped that military action could do so.

After the successful Flash and Storm operations, the Croatian Army and the combined Bosnian and Croat forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, conducted an operation codenamed Operation Mistral in September 1995 to push back Bosnian Serb military gains.

Operation Mistral 2, officially codenamed Operation Maestral 2, was a Croatian Army (HV) and Croatian Defence Council (HVO) offensive in western Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its objective was to create a security buffer between Croatia and positions held by the Bosnian Serb Army of Republika Srpska (VRS) and to put the largest Bosnian Serb-held city, Banja Luka, in jeopardy by capturing the towns of Jajce, Šipovo and Drvar. The operation commenced during a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) air campaign against the VRS codenamed Operation Deliberate Force, targeting VRS air defences, artillery positions and storage facilities largely in the area of Sarajevo, but also elsewhere in the country.

Version2.0:
Added second mission Goal trigger to solve Mission 2 issue

Version2.1:
Fixed AWACs switching frequencies at the wrong time in Mission 1 and 2.

Version 2.2 27 Jun 20:
Mission5. Chevy Group unable to taxi, forcing no Taxi prompt for Player- FIXED

Version 2.3:
Update to hopefully fix Mission11

Version 2.4:
Fixed Tanker incorrect freq
Added WP for target as requested
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