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Panama Theater Updated

Post by Malc » 2003-08-27, 05:05:00 PM

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Re: Panama Theater Updated

Post by ccc » 2003-08-29, 05:54:00 AM

just test fly few missions in Panama.
great job. the fight is pretty cool in mig29 against US forces. A10 is a tough target with Gsh301 ammo.

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Re: Panama Theater Updated

Post by ccc » 2003-08-31, 03:58:00 PM

fly more mission for CALA today..no CTD. dunno why ATO generates lots suicidal long-range strike missions for su25 Sq, instead of CAS. my su25 Sq now reduced to 4 a/c left.
IMO the OOB needs some tweak to reflect arms availble in that region.

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Re: Panama Theater Updated

Post by Malc » 2003-09-01, 10:46:00 AM

Trouble is CCC, I have found it VERY difficult to find any good real-world info!

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Re: Panama Theater Updated

Post by ccc » 2003-09-01, 10:58:00 AM

i see.

my humble 2c, add less F15/16, more USMC AV8, A10 and F18 activities, OPFOR add some mig21/23/29, Su25, F5, one F16 sq.

simply shift the weight to a more COIN war, less US heavy power. and ya, more choppers, less factories- i don't think there're lots industry complex.

the theater is sweet, i'm still testing it these nite.

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Re: Panama Theater Updated

Post by Malc » 2003-09-01, 02:24:00 PM

Like a more "lightweight" campaign? I have one more slot left, I'll try to bias the equipment as you suggested.

As for the factories, believe it or not, I haven't added any at all other than to populate the cities a little! What's in the theater is a result of the original "village.csv" creation from the downloaded datas. It did surprise me it was as heavily populated (if thats the correct word) as it was.

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Re: Panama Theater Updated

Post by ccc » 2003-09-01, 03:21:00 PM

ya i think it's somewhat over-populated, and wonder if there are lots farm near canal area..shouldn't there be more green tile-forrest or moutain type?

oh, if you going to make a lite campaign, be sure to place less heavy armor units, there shouldn' be any heavy armors. in contrast, waves of infantry unit/MANPADS/lite motars sounds more reasonable...things similar to Vnam..

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