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Game Name : Navy Strike
System : PC - Windows
Date Added : 2002-07-08 21:23:01
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Mission One - The South China Sea
This mission is a breeze. You easily have more power than the opposition, so they will resort to more desperate measures, such as trying to shoot down harmless civilian airliners. The aim of this is to show the world that you arenít just another musclehead Navy-Jock who enjoys watching innocent Airbuses explode. So set up your eye in the sky and launch a patrol to surround the islands.
Find Spratly airfield and patrol it with mixed attack sorties of AX Bombers for ground targets and F-18ís for any enemy aircraft that break through. This level is a waiting game, and if you let your attention wander too far, you will not have time to respond to the Chinese special forces units who are hiding out in the network of islands and oil rigs. In this mission you donít have to worry too much about losing a few planes, just be sure to protect the civilians at all costs - or your next assignment will be cleaning up the officersí mess.
Mission Two - Libya
However much you may want to nip this one in the bud by blowing the chemical plant away, you canít. Well, not yet, anyway. Enforce the sanctions and find the ship carrying the missiles and then prevent it from reaching the docks.
This would be easy if the Libyans left you alone for one minute, but they constantly launch nuisance attacks against you. These attacks arenít trying to sink your fleet, but to provoke you into making mistakes so they can turn the conflict into a political embarrassment - and get you fired. Once you have identified the target ship and seen it off, your bosses in the higher levels of government will send you lists of targets to attack. You donít have to destroy everything that is sanctioned, just what you feel is necessary to complete the mission, which in this case is the chemical plant.
So clear a path to it by taking out the air defences of Tripoli and Bani, and suppress enemy air power by taking out the airport. Once you have control of the eastern coastal area you can begin the onslaught on the chemical plant. Deal with the SAMS and AAA, and then send in the heavy mob to flatten the place. Ensure there are a few F-22 fighters to protect the bombers from enemy fighters, which may take off from airports further to the south. If youíre fast enough, that will be it, but for most of us it wonít. The Libyans make one final attempt to save some of their chemical warheads, but you will have to deal with that as it comes.
Mission Three - The Gulf
This is it. You arrive in the Gulf and are told to hold off an Iraqi invasion of Kuwait until reinforcements get there. This will be a much more intense mission as the Iraqis know youíre on your own and they have three days to take Kuwait and dig in before Western coalition land forces arrive.
If you remember Desert Storm, youíll know that Saddam Hussein is a master at manipulating politics and military manoeuvres to get his objective. He also likes to use civilian areas for his military activities, so bombing has to be perfect or youíll be on the next world news broadcast. The other problem with this mission is that your fleet is 250 miles away from the area youíre supposed to be protecting, so you have to use long- range aircraft and lay off the afterburners. Chase away any aircraft that approach your fleet and keep an eye on them, as they often skirt around then come at you again, fooling your combat air patrols.
Set up a forward observation patrol with an eye in the sky far enough north to let you see deep into Iraq, so you are alerted to the land forces as soon as they come pouring down to position themselves in the trenches along the border. Once the forces are in position youíll be hard-pressed to deliver enough bombs to the trenches in time to stop the invasion, so the secret is to slow them down and pick them off as soon as possible. Find the bridges and take them out, knock out the Early Warning Radar, and ensure that there is no invasion force left, as the Iraqis will throw everything at you before the reinforcements arrive (too late as usual).
Top Tips for Commanders
1) When there are lots of simultaneous engagements, stay in the command position. If youíre out gallivanting with your pilots, you may return to some nasty bleeps on the radar screen or, even worse, a message telling you why you have been fired.
2) Donít send missions over well-protected enemy positions. Instead, set the mission waypoints to skirt around them. l Ground vehicles can be used as mission waypoints so your planes can home straight in on them as they attempt to scurry away.
3) Keep your planes at as high an altitude as possible to avoid anti-aircraft fire.
4) If you want to bomb a ground target yourself, send a reconnaissance aircraft to film it first and then view the target using the camera icon on the command screen. You donít want to accidentally blow up innocent civilian buildings, do you?
5) Even though your task force can defend itself against air attack, your job is to keep the enemy away at all times. If you canít, you wonít last long as a commander.
6) Prepare your mission flight paths and gather all your information and reconnaissance as soon as possible, because when things get going youíll need your attention on the enemiesí units and not on your own.
7) Keep one eye on your combat air patrol planes, because if theyíre chasing enemy aircraft, they can fly off over enemy territory and be shot down by SAMs.
Top Ten Flight Tips
1) Follow the rules of engagement. Itís very easy to blow away an aircraft with long-range missiles before you can even see it, and it could well be a civilian airliner.
2) Be aware of your height at all times. The aircraft can dive and climb between sea level and 40,000 feet in under a minute, and if youíre pre-occupied with blowing away a MiG, a little thing like the sea can surprise you. If youíre in a steep dive, pull out of it before 6,000 feet or youíll end up like a wet pizza.
3) Auto-pilot is a life saver. If youíre confused and out of control, use the auto- pilot command to level you out and then switch back to manual control.
4) Things happen fast! You wonít see enemy missiles coming, so keep an eye on the AA missile/SAM warning lights. If they light up, then pump chaff and flares (keys 3 and 4) and pray.
5) Use the long-range missiles to lock on to your target (but donít fire unless you have to). Combined with the Padlock View option (the Backspace key) this should allow you to zero-in on the enemy very quickly. But remember to switch back to cannons for warning shots. Careless missiles cost lives, and careers.
6) Turning takes time. As any good driving instructor will tell you, you should plan your turns - especially if youíre travelling at over twice the speed of sound.
7) F is for flaps (not an alternative means of propulsion). Engaging these will greatly improve manoeuvring, but at the cost of stability and speed. Useful for those sharp turns in dogfights.
8) Remember your brakes. Just because you can fly at over 1,000 mph doesnít mean you have to. Air brakes (key B) will help slow you down in a hurry, especially when combined with flaps (key F).
9) When intercepting, position yourself behind and slightly above your target. That way, when you receive permission to attack youíre ready for the kill. Heíll still know youíre there, but itíll be far more difficult for him to fire back.
10) Go easy on the afterburners - theyíll eat your fuel in a matter of minutes if left on. If you do find yourself in the embarrassing position of having no fuel, panic and then press the E key to switch to your spare tank, thatís if youíve got one. Oh well, thereís always the ejector seat - ALT Q.
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