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Here's the full seven mission version of Operation Hot Dog for the A-10.

 

http://www.dpsflight.com/A10OHD.htm

 

The description is in English and Russian - German and French to follow.

 

Notes and Tips

 

Full mission descriptions with details of assets, objectives, time, weather conditions, etc can be found in the campaign section of the game. To declassify the campaign and add/remove objects to suit your system press Ctrl+Shift+D and use the password: Motherland.

 

Operation Hot Dog

Summer 1995. The Great War of Liberation has entered its 55th year. After a cease-fire lasting almost six weeks, American, British and German ground forces of the Western Allies’ CXVIII Corps are currently well established along a front stretching from Evpatorija in the west to Feodosija in the east. Over the past few days the Russian army in the Crimea has been building up its forces in the region and it now looks highly likely that they will soon launch an attack on our zone.

 

The 7th Allied Tactical Air Force has deployed its A-10 aircraft to their Forward Operating Locations (FOLs) in the Black Sea region. You have arrived in the conflict area with the 23rd Fighter Group and you are leading a flight operating out of its FOL at Khersones Air Base.

Should hostilities begin, your main task will be to support allied ground forces close to the front.

 

Mission 1 Close Air Support at Gerojskoe.

 

Day 1. 06:30 Hrs. Two hours ago a massive Russian offensive commenced along the entire length of the front. So far our forces are holding the Russian advance. However, the 33rd Panzerdivision (Falkenberg) is under immense pressure to the west of the village of Gerojskoe and it is likely that the enemy will beak through and reach the town of Ivanovka if the Leopard 2 tanks of Panzerbrigade 54 are overwhelmed.

 

You and your wingman are on the apron at Khersones fully armed and fuelled. Start engines immediately and get airborne and proceed to the Initial Point at (SP2). Your first targets are a group of tanks that have been pinned-down three miles to the north-west of the village. An OA-10A aircraft will mark these targets with smoke rockets. Subsequent targets, mostly Infantry Fighting Vehicles, will be laser designated by ground troops.

Your call-sign: Colt 11

Weather is fine, 50 F with sky clear.

AWACS unavailable.

Home Plate: Khersones Air Base (SP5).

Emergency landing field: Belbek Air Base (SP4).

 

Mission 2 On-Call CAS at Lekarstvennoe.

 

Day 1. 10:45 Hrs. You are already airborne with your wingman to provide On-Call Close Air Support as required in the Lekarstvennoe (SP2) area. An OA-10A acting as Forward Air Controller in the Milhajlovka sector has observed Russian armour on the move and it is likely that the enemy will soon be in a position to engage forward units of the German 41st Panzergrenadierdivision (Pankow). Your targets are currently 10 miles north of your present position – engage them immediately.

Air cover will be provided by two USAF F-15Cs on CAP just north of Pochtovoe.

Your call-sign: Uzi 11

Weather is fine, with scattered cloud at 4,000ft, 50 F.

AWACS unavailable.

Home Plate: Khersones Air Base (SP4).

Emergency landing field: Belbek Air Base (SP3).

 

Mission 3 On-Call CAS at Belogorsk

 

Day 1. 16:30 Hrs. You are already airborne with your wingman to provide On-Call Close Air Support as required in the Krymskaja Roza (SP2) area. Tanks of the US 330th Armoured Battalion are engaged in a fierce battle against advancing Russian armour around the town of Krymskaja Roza . Your targets are currently 15 miles north-west of your present position – engage them immediately. An OA-10A already in the Rusakovka area will act as Forward Air Controller whilst AH-64Ds of the 3154th Attack Squadron will deal with the enemy’s 2S6 and ZSU-23 self-propelled AAA systems.

Air cover will be provided by two USAF F- 16Cs on CAP overhead Simferopol .

Your call-sign: Enfield 11

Weather is fine, with scattered cloud at 3,000ft, 50 F.

AWACS unavailable.

Home Plate: Khersones Air Base (SP4).

Emergency landing field: Belbek Air Base (SP3).

 

Mission 4 On-Call CAS at Krasnokamenka.

 

Day 2. 08:30 Hrs. You are already airborne with your wingman to provide On-Call Close Air Support as required in the Krasnokamenka (SP2) area.

Over on the eastern sector, and against very heavy odds, British units of The King’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment have mounted a successful counter-attack on the left flank of the Russian advance and have retaken the town of Staryj Krym . Under heavy tank fire, a MCV-80 Warrior IFV of the Walmington-on-Sea Platoon has taken and held the village of Grushevka . It is vital that we hold on to the village and the high ground it is situated on. Our ground troops will be able to laser designate hostile forces for you. Your targets are currently 10 miles west of your present position – engage them immediately.

Air cover will be provided by two German Air Force F-4Es of Jagdgeschwader 563 “ Kopenick” on CAP overhead Belaja Skala.

Your call-sign: Springfield 11

Weather is fine, with scattered cloud at 2,000ft, 50 F.

AWACS unavailable.

Home Plate: Khersones Air Base (SP4).

Emergency landing field: Belbek Air Base (SP3).

 

Mission 5 On-Call CAS at Pionerskoe.

 

Day 2. 11:55 Hrs. You are already airborne with your wingman to provide On-Call Close Air Support as required in the ­­­­­­ Pionerskoe (SP2) area.

An OA-10A acting as Forward Air Controller in the Pervomajskoe sector has observed Russian Grad Multiple Rocket Systems near the town of Dobroljubovka open fire - with their rockets falling in and around Grushevka. The FAC aircraft will mark these targets with smoke rockets. Your targets are currently 20 miles north-east of your present position – engage them immediately.

MiG-25s have been flying sweeps over the Crimea so air cover will be provided by two German Air Force F-4Es of Jagdgeschwader 563 “ Kopenick” on CAP overhead Belaja Skala.

Your call-sign: Uzi 11

Weather is fine, with scattered cloud at 2,500ft, 61 F.

AWACS unavailable.

Home Plate: Khersones Air Base (SP4).

Emergency landing field: Belbek Air Base (SP3).

 

Mission 6 On-Call CAS at Lavadki.

 

Day 2. 16:30 Hrs. You are already airborne with your wingman to provide On-Call Close Air Support as required in the Lavadki (SP2) area.

Back in the western sector, tanks of the US 330th Armoured Battalion are engaged in a fierce battle against advancing Russian armour around the town of Mazanka . Your targets are currently 20 miles north-east of your present position – engage them immediately. AH-64D attack helicopters of the 3154th Attack Squadron will deal with the enemy’s 2S6 and ZSU-23 self-propelled AAA systems and laser designate the most important targets for you.

Your call-sign: Enfield 11

Weather is fine, with scattered cloud at 3,000ft, 64 F.

Air cover not available.

AWACS unavailable.

Home Plate: Khersones Air Base (SP4).

Emergency landing field: Belbek Air Base (SP3).

 

Mission 7 On-Call CAS at Staryj Krym.

 

Day 3. 10:45 Hrs. You are already airborne with your wingman to provide On-Call Close Air Support as required in the Staryj Krym (SP2) area.

Over on the eastern sector, units of The King’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment and the Rutlandshire Regiment have advanced on the town of Lohovka effectively encircling the Russian 153rd Armoured Division, which is now at half strength and unable to resupply. The Western Allies’ CXVIII Corps now has the advantage. However, the enemy is now moving reinforcements up towards Lohovka from Sadovoe. The destruction of any enemy units threatening our forces will be your objective this morning. Take care to positively identify targets before attacking as some friendly and enemy units are in very close proximity to each other. Our ground troops will be able to laser designate hostile forces for you. The Russian reinforcements are currently 22 miles north-west of your present position – engage them immediately.

Air cover will be provided by two German Air Force F-4Es of Jagdgeschwader 563 “ Kopenick” on CAP overhead Belogorsk.

Your call-sign: Springfield 11

Weather is fine, with scattered cloud at 3,000ft, 64 F.

AWACS unavailable.

Home Plate: Khersones Air Base (SP4).

Emergency landing field: Belbek Air Base (SP3).

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