Jan. 21 Sunday Vintage Mission - Somme High Recons

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Jan. 21 Sunday Vintage Mission - Somme High Recons

Unread post by BA_cubancoverunner » 19 Jan 2018, 06:19

Greetings gentlemen, this week's Sunday Vintage mission will see us in the Somme sector, late in the war. As always, air superiority is the name of the game to allow army observation aircraft to recon the front and provide intelligence and spotting to their respective forces. This map allows for both high altitude plane sets as well as limited aircraft, which must be used wisely.
This "Battle for Intelligence" is pretty straight forward, first side to 100 pics wins. We will roll to another map if / after this one completes.

Somme - High Recons 1918

Battle for Intelligence - September 1918

Location: Somme river, France

Mission objectives:

Both Allied and Central Squadrons are ordered to: (1) Fly offensive patrols over enemy lines to intercept enemy aircraft and (2) to protect their own reconaissance aircraft.

Description: Both AI and human flown reconaissance two-seaters will have to photograph strategic targets. The more photographs they can bring home safely, the better they will be prepared for the upcoming offensive. The first side that obtains 100 photographs will have won this "battle for intelligence". Any marked target on the map may be used to obtain more photos.

Photographs can be taken by the two-seaters (with camera!) from any altitude between 1500-4000 m.

Weather report: TBA


Will post weather 24hrs before mission start and will be available in mission briefing in-game.

Good luck gentlemen!

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