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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libyan%E2%80%93Egyptian_War

 

I might do a campaign based on an alternate aftermath of this conflict, maybe right after Egypt's Phantoms go into service.

 

The new Egyptian/Libyan Mirages from DLC28 need a playground and Wrench's East Med. terrain should do nicely.

 

 

I will probably keep the fighting contained to those 2 nations, but am open to suggestions.  A US carrier force comes to mind, as do Arab nation allies.  Still, whenever you throw Tomcats and Eagles into a late '70s conflict, things tend to get a bit lop-sided...

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one of the very reasons I rebuilt that WW2 terrain to 'modern times'

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anything that's not Egypt or Libya gets changed to "NEUTRAL", and rewrite the LimitedNations statements. nothing to it.

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anything that's not Egypt or Libya gets changed to "NEUTRAL", and rewrite the LimitedNations statements. nothing to it.

Is that info I can just add into the campaign_data.ini somehow so I don't have to change anything in your terrain folder?

 

Finally found the time (or was it motivation?) to finish this one up.  It's working pretty well.  Interesting mix of planes between the 2 nations.

 

One thing bothering me is that the stock Libyan Mirages don't fly with AAMs.  Would this be historically accurate?  Might have to include custom loadouts, or relegate them to AtoG roles primarily.

 

Working on this has given me some more appreciation of your terrain.  Nice job.

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