For no apparent reason, the enemy has just delivered a fatal blow to your base camp. Peace talks were under way and nearly completed, so this was a complete surprise. Black Shark attack helicopters came in at low level and struck every aircraft on the base, except one. There is only one that can get airborne. The ground crew is working on a second, but there's no time wait. You have just been ordered to get it off the ground and make sure those helicopters are "abolished from the sky". As you approach them to deliver justice, you're informed that the enemy is aware of your potential strike and has scrambling Migs to intervene with your plans.
Update: Migs now set to "Random" skill level. And the increased difficulty in the COMS Menu, might be a little "too difficult" as is? So, it's now more doable.
The object is of course to put down all the helicopters. But you must first destroy the incoming Migs who will be looking to stop you.
The ground crew has loaded your ordnance with everything you can carry. A full cannon, ten AIM 120's and two 9X's.
To survive, you will have to make this mission fast and furious, or you will surely die.
This script is not for beginners. It's definitely a challenge, and just a silly adventure, so don't take it too seriously. If you fail, put another fifty cents in and try again later. The fun is in the challenge of making it the end, or not. It's a fifteen minute slam bang. You must follow the verbal instructions from base command and the ground crew, so the triggers will unfold the adventure. Otherwise, it will make no sense. Also, if you fail along the way, it will not flow through the scenario as designed.
Just spawn in and follow the verbal instructions from base command, exactly.
The complete mission includes:
1. Take off and put down the three inbound Migs as instructed, or fail.
2. Then, destroy all the choppers as instructed, or fail.
3. Then, get back to base as instructed and switch planes, or fail.
4. Then intercept the first three inbound Migs and then the other three Migs behind them, or fail.
There is no alternate scenery in the script for failure. If you succeed, the General will personally congratulate you.