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UH-1H: Save Hoover dam For Nevada 2.0


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Hello all

 

A new mission for Nevada 2.0 : Save Hoover Dam

 

2 bombs have been discovered at the bottom of the hoover dam barrage.

they can't be defuse there, as the risk is to high for the barrage.

 

They must be helicoptered to the provisional center for demining.

 

What you will find:

- a really difficult mission, but it can be done

- A lot of VRS:pilotfly:

- picking up and dropping cargos

- bad, bad weather

- an unpredictable ending

 

What you will not find:

- long flight time

- Guns

 

This mission was quite difficult to make. i have spend countless hours of testing, so feel free to report bugs, or anything that goes wrong.:helpsmilie:

and most important : have fun

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(PS:my English,is not my natural language, so feel free to correct me !)

Save hoover dam.miz


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I started creating a very similar mission in 1.2 and then 1.5 Beta a couple months ago but ran into some scripting/trigger issues.

My mission takes place at the Ula Sala Dam on the Caucus map (of course).

I look forward to trying your mission out.

 

I hope your mission will help me figure out what I have done wrong with my mission.

While much of it worked in 1.2.16, many features stopped working in 1.5.

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What would it take to convert the mission for the Mi8? Ive got both modules, but recently prefer to fly the Mi8 over the Huey.

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Bet you wont with this wind, it would be like flying a barn door:)

 

Is the Huey better behaved in really windy conditions? Wouldn't the Mi8's greater mass (and engine power) make it a more stable platform in heavy wind?

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Generally speaking I would say yes but these winds are above real world minimums.

You can easily try by replacing the uh-1 with mi-8 in ME, mission might bork but see what the HIP handles like:thumbup:

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The MI-8 is nice in high wind or at least I have thought so in the past.

As onlyfordcs mentions; the mass of the chopper and slow reaction works for the pilot... I think.

 

Have up draughts been introduced with 2.0 or is that a future development?

 

Looking forward to this mission once I get home on Wednesday.

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