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Operation Hamburger: New F-15C Campaign v1.12a


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Here’s a new campaign for the F-15C drivers. If you want to make changes Ctrl+SHIFT+D Motherland will declassify. Click the link below for the ZIP file and more info. German and French versions will be available next week.

 

http://www.dpsflight.com/F15OHam.htm

Operation Hamburger

June 1992. A militarily reinvigorated Republic of Ukraine has occupied Krasnodar Administrative Region and part of western Georgia. Norwegian troops as part of UNPROFOR-BS (UN Protection Force – Black Sea) have established a buffer zone east of the 41st Meridian (running north-south through the city of Suhumi) in order to prevent the conflict from spreading. As the Ukrainians have failed to comply with UN Security Council Resolution 6600, calling on them to withdraw immediately and unconditionally all forces from the illegally held areas, NATO aircraft will now impose a no-fly zone over the entire region and commence limited attacks against carefully selected economically important targets.

You are leading a flight of F-15Cs of the 58th Fighter Squadron operating out of IncirlikAB in southern Turkey tasked with enforcing the no-fly zone and escorting strike packages to targets as assigned by ESCOM (NATO/US Eastern Command).

 

Mission 1 Sochi CAP

Day 1. 10:30 Hrs. Your wingman has just come off the tanker and you are about to refuel when AWACS reports contacts airborne in the no-fly zone. Norwegian observers in Suhumi have also reported seeing a Ukrainian Air Force FAC aircraft circling near the town of Cytrusovani (43 05 N 40 52 E). Connect to the tanker, which is currently in your one o’clock position, take as much fuel as you think you will need, and then attack the bandits.

AWACS available. If required, the KC-10 tanker will be on station (SP­­1 – SP2) for the duration of your CAP 70 nautical miles south of Sochi at 18,000 ft.

Your call-sign: Pontiac 11

Weather is fine with scattered cloud at 2,000 ft, 55 F.

Emergency landing field: SukhumiAirport (SP3).

 

Mission 2 Kerch CAP

Day 2. 07:00 Hrs. You are leading Dodge 1 flight maintaining a CAP at 15,000ft south-west of the town of Kerch (SP1 to SP2).

Last night, the Ukrainian Air Force started moving aircraft from its Crimean air bases to Kharkov Osnova AB and Kiev/Antonov airport – clearly in breach of the no-fly zone imposed over the entire region.

In the last few minutes, an electronic reconnaissance RC-135 aircraft has established that Tu-22M3s of the 246th Strike/Bomber Regiment have started engines at Gvardeyskoye Air Base and that 526th Strike/Bomber Regiment Su-24Ms are about to take-off from Belbek.

Leave the CAP position immediately and intercept the Ukrainian aircraft before they are able to leave the region.

Your call-sign: Dodge 11

Weather is fine, 50 F with sky clear.

AWACS available. If required, a KC-10 tanker is currently on station (SP3 – SP4) south of the CAP location at 18,000 ft.

Emergency landing field: SukhumiAirport (SP5).

Mission 3 SEAD Escort

Day 2. 16:20 Hrs. A Ukrainian Dog Ear radar unit associated with an SA-6 SAM site just to the east of the town of Skovrcovo (45 04 N 33 42 E) has been illuminating our aircraft as they patrol the no-fly zone.

You and your wingman are providing an escort to a pair of 555th Fighter Squadron F-16C SEAD strike aircraft. They have orders to put the radar out of action if it is switched on again. You are to ensure that no enemy aircraft interfere with the strikers.

Your call-sign: Colt 11

Weather is fine with scattered cloud at 2,000 ft, 55 F.

AWACS available. If required, a KC-10 tanker will be on station (SP4 – SP5) at 16:45 Hrs 50 nautical miles south of Jalta at 20,000 ft.

Emergency landing field: not available.

 

Mission 4 Night CAP

Day 3. 01:15 Hrs. You are leading Dodge 1 flight maintaining a CAP at 15,000ft west of the town of Balaklava (SP1 to SP2).

Tis a braw bricht moonlicht nicht the nicht and MiG-23s of the Ukrainian 371st Fighter Regiment have been taking-off from Belbek Air Base and have been escaping at very low level through the valleys of the Crimean Highlands and east towards Krasnodar-Pashkovskiy Air Base.

Another pair of MiGs is about to get airborne off Runway 07 at Belbek. Go get ‘em.

Your call-sign: Dodge 11

Weather is fine with scattered cloud at 2,400 ft, 50 F.

AWACS available. If required, a KC-10 tanker is currently on station (SP4 – SP5) south of the CAP location at 18,000 ft.

Emergency landing field: not available.

 

Mission 5 Strike Escort to Krasnodar-Pashkovskiy Air Base

Day 3. 12:45 Hrs. The Ukrainian Air Force is continuing to contravene the UN imposed no-fly zone by allowing their MiG-23s to fly from Krasnodar-Pashkovskiy Air Base. This mission finds you already en route escorting a package of Royal Norwegian Air Force 338-skvadronen F-16A Strike/SEAD aircraft, whose task it is to shut the air base down permanently. Your job will be to protect the package from attack by enemy aircraft that may already be airborne.

Krasnodar-Pashkovskiy Air Base is currently defended by a SA-11 SAM battery.

Your call-sign: Uzi 11

Weather is fine with scattered cloud at 3,000 ft, 55 F.

AWACS available. If required, a KC-10 tanker will be on station (SP4 – SP5) at 13:10 Hrs 80 nautical miles south-east of Novorossijsk at 21,000 ft.

Emergency landing field: SukhumiAirport (SP7).

Mission 6 Wing Attack Plan Romeo

 

Day 4. 10:15 Hrs. You are leading Chevy 1 flight maintaining a two-ship BARCAP at 20,000ft 70 nautical miles north of the town of Sovetskij.

10 hours ago, B52s of the 843rd Bomb Wing took-off from Burpelson Air Force Base in Oklahoma. They are now approaching the Crimean peninsular and have been authorized by ESCOM to attack the Ukrainian missile complex at Laputa (45 23 N 33 22 E).

AWACS have detected enemy aircraft, possibly MiG-23s airborne over the Sea of Azov. Your task is to protect the inbound bomber force.

Your call-sign: Chevy 11

Weather is fine, 86 F with scattered cloud at 3,000ft.

AWACS available. If required, a KC-10 tanker will be on station (SP3 – SP4) at 10:40 Hrs 70 nautical miles south of Kerch at 21,000 ft.

Emergency landing field: SukhumiAirport (SP5).

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