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Hi there,

I would like you guys to give me some ideas. I'd like to create a series of missions involving NATO against a soviet-backed army, not directly the USSR, to be a bit more of the Cold War. Any Idea?? I was also thinking of a fictional skirmish between the People's Republic of China, and the USSR, but I cannot find a good terrain. I'll be willing to hear opinions and ideas!!!

 

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Poland... suppose in the early 80's, the Soviets decide to suppress Poland with tanks and planes, but the Polish people revolt anyway and NATO decides to risk WW3 to provide interdiction missions to protect the unarmed masses from being crushed by tanks and planes. Very similar to the recent NATO campaign in Libya. This almost happened, so it is a very realistic scenario. Of course, at the time, I thought it was going to start WW3, but having watched the Iron Curtain and Soviet Union collapse with hardly a shot fired, maybe it could have followed a Korean War model fought to a draw or a Vietnam model where one side is forced to retreat for political reasons. This scenario permits an all-out conventional war in Europe with every type of mission being needed for a successful campaign.

 

Maybe a modern Berlin Airlift that goes hot. Depending on time frame, F-4s and/or F-15s have to escort supplies into Berlin and end up performing intercepts/sweeps/airfield strikes. Could lead to some ground action and even threaten WW3, or could back down after a few air-to-air incidents.

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Poland... suppose in the early 80's, the Soviets decide to suppress Poland with tanks and planes, but the Polish people revolt anyway and NATO decides to risk WW3 to provide interdiction missions to protect the unarmed masses from being crushed by tanks and planes. Very similar to the recent NATO campaign in Libya. This almost happened, so it is a very realistic scenario. Of course, at the time, I thought it was going to start WW3, but having watched the Iron Curtain and Soviet Union collapse with hardly a shot fired, maybe it could have followed a Korean War model fought to a draw or a Vietnam model where one side is forced to retreat for political reasons. This scenario permits an all-out conventional war in Europe with every type of mission being needed for a successful campaign.

 

Maybe a modern Berlin Airlift that goes hot. Depending on time frame, F-4s and/or F-15s have to escort supplies into Berlin and end up performing intercepts/sweeps/airfield strikes. Could lead to some ground action and even threaten WW3, or could back down after a few air-to-air incidents.

 

Great idea!! I didn't think about it. I'll see the terrains issues, and see what I can do. Thanks for the idea!!

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How about a mission to bomb the IRS and all 3 credit burrows ? Not reaally a cold war scenario, but still allot of satisfaction in that one :lmao:

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How about a mission to bomb the IRS and all 3 credit burrows ? Not reaally a cold war scenario, but still allot of satisfaction in that one :lmao:

 

 

Could you please tell me in a bit more detail your idea? I don't know what IRS means :)

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Internal Revenue Service, the US tax machine.

 

 

 

Ahh that's IRS. I did not understand in the first place because I am not from the States. Greets!!

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How about a mission to bomb the IRS and all 3 credit burrows ? Not reaally a cold war scenario, but still allot of satisfaction in that one :lmao:

 

Using rusty F-84s salvaged and flown by the less dumb morons of the True Americans' Militia of Michigan, Operation McVeigh's Revenge? Well, another nightmare of America...

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