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Briefing of missions
« on: April 18, 2015, 08:03:38 AM »

Hello.

-If you could place the briefing of missions on the forum or elsewhere, it would be possible to copy it to translate; because, I personally don't know enough English to understand what if found!...

Thank you for your understanding.

Idea: in "FBDj Stats" for example ?

Good flights

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« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2015, 08:57:55 AM »

EDIT: new Rotation; Briefings can be found here

Ok, I'll publish the Briefings in here, so everyone can re-read or translate them:

Some Missions have individual Briefings for Red and Blue; Please only read the Brief for your side ;)

EastFront_42:
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The Briefing: PLEASE READ!
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Date:          02.04.1942 - 09.00h
Weather:      Hazy, clouds ca 700m, 2m/s from east
Location:      Yukhnov, USSR
Armys:         - Deutsche Luftwaffe
                  - Wojenno-wosduschnye sily SSSR (VVS)
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Information about available Ressources:
- Fuel:                  5050 kg
- Bullets:               500000x
- Rockets:            15x
- Bomb, 250kg:       2x
- Bomb, 500kg:      1x
- Spare Parts:         50x
- Spare Engines:   20x
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Available Airfields:   Yukhnov AB
Available Planes:
- I-153P                     x16
- I-16 Type 28            x16
- IL-2 M-1                  x4
- IL-2 '41 Late            x12
- IL-4                        x4
- La-5                        x4
- LaGG-3 Series 35   x4
- LaGG-3 Series 4      x8
- MiG-3 2xShVAK      x4
- MiG-3 2xUB            x8
- P-39 N-1               x4
- P-40 E Fieldmod      x4
- Pe-2 Series 32         x8
- Pe-8                        x4
- Yak-7A                  x6
- Yak-9 Early            x4
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Comrades,
When the supreme command relocated all these Bombers to our airfield they obviously forgot to deliver the needed bombs...
Now we got order to attack the enemy airfield west of Ugra ...
However, the bombs we need for this will be delivered by a truck convoy which will reach us in about 30 - 40 min.
I'm quite sure that German Recon planes have seen it. You better get into your fighters ... if we don't get the bombs we need, the enemy will be able to attack us not only with their tanks .. and we definitely don't want that!
What we will get if the convoy arrives here (mostly) undamadged:
- 50000 bullets
- 130 Rockets
- 400 Bombs (<= 250kg)
- 50 Bombs (<= 500kg)
- 25 Bombs (<= 1000kg)
- 12 Bombs (<= 2000kg)
- 5 Bombs (<= 5000kg)
- 6000kg fuel
- 15 spare engines
- 30 spare part sets
We need that stuff! Don't let the Germans destroy it!

Best Regards,
skylla

EDIT: new Rotation; Briefings can be found here
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« Reply #2 on: April 18, 2015, 09:06:17 AM »

Berlin_44_ZahmeSau:

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The Briefing: PLEASE READ!
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Date:      02/02/1944 - 23.30h
Weather: Clear Night, lots of gusts
Location: Germany, Berlin
Airfield:    Gatow
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Available Planes:
- Bf-110 G4 x32
- Ju-88 C-6NJ x32
- He-219 x8!
- Ar-234 B-2 NJ x4 !
- Me-410D NJ x6 !
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Meine Herren,
our Freya has spotted a big bomber stream heading to Berlin, so it's quite easy for me to tell you what to do tonight... Stop them!
Because of the Engländer's jamming of our ground control stations we might not be able to permanently tell you the position of incoming enemy planes ... however, we got a new airborne radar system! The SN-2b will feed you with information about enemy planes up to 4 km in front of you! Side Azimuth is 120°, elevation also 120°. Minimum Range is 120m; you should be able to spot enemy planes with your own eyes then ... otherwise you're wrong here...
For landing in the dark we have provided you two Lorentz-Funkfeuer; Planes approaching from the west have to select "AR", planes coming in from east "AM".
And now, off you go! Marsch, Marsch!
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China '44 Mission 1 / FrankenChina:
« Reply #3 on: April 18, 2015, 09:08:19 AM »

China '44 Mission 1 / Franken China:

Southeast China 1944.

The Japanese have launched an offensive with the aim of capturing airfields being used by our B-29's as well as opening rail links with Indo-China.

They have been making steady progress against the Nationalist Chinese forces and are approaching a major bridge and crossroads in Grid C3.

Our spawning base is in Grid B4. The CAF are launching ground-attack aircraft from their base in C3. RRR is available at both bases but Mustangs are only available in B4.

After take off, proceed to the area around the bridge in Grid C3. Make sure the CAF bombers get through. Unfortunately, the Chinese ground attack pilots are very green so there is a good possibility that they won't hit very much.

To make matters worse, our Mustangs are not equipped with bomb racks so if we do have to attack Japanes ground troops, we'll only be able to strafe. Wilkins is working on a solution and knowing him, it won't take too long to come up with something.

After 1 hour, recover at our base in B4.

Good hunting!
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FAC_Nuernberg_44
« Reply #4 on: April 18, 2015, 09:12:04 AM »

FAC_Nuernberg_44:

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Date: 12.10.1944 - 09.00 AM
Weather: Hazy, Clouds on 4400m, no wind below 1000m
Location: Northern Bavaria, Germany
Airfields &  Availbale Planes:
- Fürth: Bf-109 K4, Bf-109 Z, He-162 A2, Me-163
- Nürnberg:  Heinkel Lerche III B2
- Wendelstein: Bf-109 G-10, Bf-109 G-4, Fw-190A-6, Fw-190 D-9
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Briefing: PLEASE READ!
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Hello you Clowns!
Looks like the Amis try to bomb our glorious Nürnberg .... Bombers are coming in very high from northwest.
We got some new planes we want to test against the bombers; Some of them have quite odd equipment: Missiles! So, try your best and blow those bombers out of the sky!
Jägers located at Wendelstein Airfield are supposed to protect the other airfields from possible low fighter attacks and - if possible - protect the prop fighters from escort fighters
Oh, and be careful with your planes! We don't have much of them, especially the new ones...
Because of the fuel shortage your tank may not be full ... so keep an eye on your fuel gauge...
Good luck!
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FAC_Finland_41
« Reply #5 on: April 18, 2015, 09:15:57 AM »

FAC_Finland_41:

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The Briefing: PLEASE READ!
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Weather: Bad; clouds on 5000m; Wind 2m/s + gusts
Date: 25.06.1941, 09.00h
Location: Finland / Soviet Union
Airfield:  Suur-Merijoki
Planes:
- Hurricane Mk.I x10
- Hawk-75 A-3 x10
- Gladiator Mk.II x20
- B-239 x10
- D.XXI Series 4 x20
- MS. 406 x12
- SM. 79 x18
- Bf-109 E-7/B x6!
- Bf-109 F-2 x4!
- Hs-123 x15
- Blenheim Mk.I x8!
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Huomenta klovneja!
Day 3 in the next war... we already won back the areas we lost with the Peace of Moscow.. of course we're not done yet!
We also got some new planes from our allies! However, we still have only very few of them, so be careful! Oh, and for our fighter jockeys: Please consider that the 109's are one of the few planes here which can carry bombs ... so, use these planes wisely!
Our today's targets:
First of all, attack and destroy the airfield of Veschevo. Also, cover the streets & bridges from Vyiborg to Johannes Sovetsky, from Vyiborg to Veschevo and from Palcevo to Heinjoki and keep them undamaged! Our troops will be thankful...
Second, attack the airfields of Römpötti Klvuchevoe and Paakkola and cover the streets from S Cherkasovo to Muolaa Streltsovo! We don't know exactly where they gonna attack, and you better keep an eye on our airfield, too ... those guys are up to something..
That's all for now ... blow them out of the skies!
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FAC_HMS_Audacity_HG-76
« Reply #6 on: April 18, 2015, 09:19:05 AM »

FAC_HMS_Audacity_HG-76:

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PLEASE NOTE:
This mission is made for max 6 players! If there are more on the server or the carrier got sunk, please use the <vote yes command to change the mission!
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The Briefing: Background
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16.12.1941:
2 days after the Brithish convoy "HG-76" started its long way from Gibraltar to the British Islands. It is the climax of the Battle in the Atlantic, hundreds of german u-boats endanger the vessels bringing bitter needed supply to Britain. In this time the Royal Navy started to rebuild former civilian vessels to aircraft carriers, which should protect the convoys from german spotter planes (and u-boats, of course).
One of the first of these is the "HMS Audacity", a former german cargo vessel built in 1939 and overtaken 1940. Originally it had 6 (later 8 ) Grumman F-4F "Martlet" on its deck. On this 16.12.1941 Audacity's RDF spotted a german Fw-200 ... in the following, heavy submarine and air attacks were suspected and the Martlets crewmen had to fire up their engines...
(As the C&C object which should make it possible to attack the subs doesn't work for ships, "Swordfish Mk.I" can be flown to attack them)

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The Mission Briefing: PLEASE READ!
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Gentlemen,
a German spotter Fw-200 is right above us! Our position has already been send to Jerry headquarters! They won't need long to send us some subs & planes ...
To make it worse, it's time for our AI men to take a nap, so you have to fight them alone... at least we got some swordfishs to fight the u-boats! But be careful we ARE VERY LOW ON FIGHTERS AND ESPECIALLY  ON SWORDFISHS! Save your planes, take a look at the fuel gauge and take in mind that our flight deck is very short! You may have to go around two our three times or even wait for other planes to clear the deck. Therefore, every pilot being on deck more than a minute has to face a bath in the Atlantic...

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Some hints for the unexperienced carrier pilot:
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We're travelling with 19kph (merchant vessels are slow!), but we got another 18kph wind from north, which should be enough to take off and land safely (don't forget your arresting hook!!) . As this ship has no underdeck plane storage, all planes have to park on the flight deck! Keep in mind, that other pilots may want to land/take off  during your rrr time, too! PARK YOUR PLANE SO, THAT OTHER CATS CAN COME IN / TAKE OFF (or at least try it). As this carrier only has three spawn places, SPAWN QUEUE IS ACTIVATED! YOU HAVE 60sec TO CLEAR THE DECK before the crew will throw you in the sea. If you can't fly or refly, wait a minute or two, then a spawn place should cleared for you.
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Switzerland_40
« Reply #7 on: April 18, 2015, 09:22:10 AM »

Switzerland_40:

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The Briefing: Historical Background
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During the Blitzkrieg against France, Luftwaffe units did repeatedly cross the borderlines of the neutral Switzerland. The Swiss Air Force, equipped with Bf-109 D1, Bf-109 E-3 and M.S. 406, was hell-bent to stop the violations of their Airspace, and when German bombers crossed the Swiss border on 4th of July 1940 around 14.30h, 10 Swiss fighters scrambled up and started attacking the trespassers. The Germans lost two Bf-110, the Swiss lost a Bf-109 D-1

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The Briefing: PLEASE READ!
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Weather: Good, clouds on 1500m, 2m/s Wind from W
Date: 04/06/1940 - 14.15
Location: Olten, Switzerland
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Available planes:
- Bf-109 E-3 x8
- Bf-109 D-1 x15
- M.S. 406 x10
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Gruezi Miteinander!
Looks like the Luftwaffe doesn't seem to respect our borders ... some Heinkels and their escorts are reported to cross our borders at Radolfzell (AW29). We need you to prevent further ignoring of our sovereignty!
Oh, and Gentlemen ... you MUST NOT ATTACK PLANES OUTSIDE OUR BORDERLINES! That is very important to avoid war with Germany...
I suggest you to fly there and show them what happens when you don't respect our Neutrality in this War!
Good Luck!
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Defending_England_Sum44
« Reply #8 on: April 18, 2015, 09:26:14 AM »

Defending_England_Sum44:

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The Briefing: PLEASE READ!
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Date: 05.08.1944, 9.00h
Weather: clear, 1 m/s wind from west
Location: South-East England / The Channel
Airfield: RAF Hawkinge
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Available Planes:
- Hurricane Mk. IIb x20
- Mustang Mk. III x8
- Spitfire Mk. IX 25lbs.x4 !
- Spitfire Mk. IX 25lbs. CLP x4 !
- Spitfire Mk. VbLF x8
- Spitfire Mk. Vc x8
- Tempest Mk. II x4 !
- Typhoon Mk. Ib x8
- Typhoon Mk. Ib Late x8
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Gentlemen,
once again you have to scramble up to defend our country!
This time, however, your enemies aren't normal planes. The Germans developed a new kind of weapon which is able to fly by itself and fly right into it's target and destroying it with the onboard explosives. It's aim is very bad, but the civilian population is shocked. You have to destroy as many of these ... things .. before they reach their target. They're hard to spot, but luckily we got clear weather today. Some of you might take a few bombs with you and attack the bases of these weapons; those are most likely placed in the area between Dunkerque, Merville and Berck-sur-mer. Take care of German fighters & flak!
WHEN STRAFING V1 BASES: KEEP DISTANCE, THERE MIGHT BE SOME BIG BOMBS LYING AROUND!
Good luck!

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Some tips for the unexperienced V1 hunter:
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The flying bomb is carrying LOT'S OF EXPLOSIVES!
If you get to close whilst shooting your plane will take damaged ... and your CO won't like that.
So, you have three options:
- Let the flak do all the work (your CO won't like that either)
- Keep distance while shooting. Much safer, however, as the V1 is a very small object your hitrate will be somewhat poor..
- RAF pilots discovered they can flip the V1 if they tipped it's wing with theirs:
Fly beside the V1 with same speed, and slowly try to get closer. Place your wing under the V1's. Lift your wintip carfully; The airflow will push the V1's wingtip up; after flipping over, the V1's gyro-stabilization system is not able to steer the bomb anymore and the V1 will crash.
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« Reply #9 on: April 18, 2015, 09:34:28 AM »

WI_Seeloewe_41:

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The Briefing: Background
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What If Germany actually followed their plan to invade the British Islands (Operation Seelöwe)?
Originally the date for the Invasion was planned in September 1940, but then got cancelled and moved to spring 1941, when this scenario takes place. Here, the first troops already crossed the channel succesfully in their Me-321 paragliders and captured the airfields Hawkinge and Lympe. The second wave is just about to start. More Me-321 paragliders are being towed up by He-111Z towing planes and a convoy of german freighter ships left Calais and moves towards the captured port of Dover. The troops of the first wave meanwhile started to move towards the airfields West Malling, Detling and Manston. As the Brits only have few troops in their homeland security, more captured airfields available for German fighters and a succesful landing of the second wave may be the end for them...

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The Briefing: PLEASE READ!
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Weather: Good, clouds around 2500ft,
Date: Spring 1941, 9.00h
Location: Southeast England
Airfields:
- West Malling
- Detling
- Manston
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Available Planes (on all airfields):
- Beaufighter Mk.I x5 !
- Blenheim Mk. IV x15\
- Blenheim Mk. IVF x10
- Battle Mk. I x50
- Gladiator Mk. II x50
- Hurricane Mk. I x30
- Hurricane Mk. IIa x15
- Hurricane Mk. IIc x8 !
- Mosquito B Mk. IV x5 !
- Spitfire Mk. I x20
- Spitfire Mk. Ib x20
- Spitfire Mk. IIa  x10
- Spitfire Mk. IIb x10
- Spitfire Mk. Va x4 !
- Spitfire Mk. Vb x4!
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Gentlemen,
Jerry crossed the Channel. We don't have much time. Your task is somewhat huge: Stop the german ground troops, shoot the Germans bombers and paragliders, and sink their ships ... and don't get killed by their fighters! Both of us go new planes, we reworked the Spit, the Jerrys their 109. And then there's a completely new type of fighter .. we don't know to much about it yet, only that it is better to avoid it.. luckily they don't have many of them yet...
And now, throw them back in the sea! Off you go!

WI_Seeloewe_41:

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The Briefing: Background
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[...] (Same as above)

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The Briefing: PLEASE READ!
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Weather: Good, clouds around 800m,
Date: Spring 1941, 9.00h
Location: Southeast England; Northern France
Airfields:
- Audembert
- Calais-Marck
- Lympe  (RRR ONLY!)
- Hawkinge (RRR ONLY!)
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Available Planes (Audembert & Calais-Marck):
- Bf-109 E-3 x20
- Bf-109 E-4 x20
- Bf-109 E-7 x20
- Bf-109 E-7N x15
- Bf-109 E-7Z x15
- Bf-109 F-1 x8 !
- Fw-189 A-2 x2 !
- Fw-190 A-2 x1 !
- Fw-200 C-3 U4 x2 !
- He-111 H-2 x16
- Ju-52/3mg4e x20
- Ju-87 R-2 x14
- Ju-88 A-4 x4 !
- Fi-156 x4
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Meine Herrschaften!
The first wave landed successfully! The second wave just started. When we manage to cover them and bring them across the channel safely .. it's just a matter of time until the British Islands are ours! But gentlemen .. keep an eye especially on our gliders ... you know how easy it is to down one... the RAF is still a powerful enemy .. safe your planes! We managed to bring some mechanics to Hawkinge and Lympe, so you can RRR there! Our new planes are much better than the older Spits & Hurris, however: We don't have much of them and the Tommy-pilots just got a new Spitfire series ... be careful!
To our Ju-52 pilots: There are not many troops on the british airfields .. if you drop enough paratroopers we might be able to capture some more them....
Und nun auf zu ihren Maschinen! Hopp, Hopp!
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Re: Briefing of missions
« Reply #10 on: April 18, 2015, 09:38:36 AM »

puuuh, we have lot's of missions on the server ..
These are the Briefings from my Missions (so far), I will look through the other folders later...

Best Regards,
skylla
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Re: Briefing of missions
« Reply #11 on: April 18, 2015, 09:51:57 AM »

Hello again.

-Ouffff. What work!... It's really very interesting and I'll see missions everything else now...

Thanks again.

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