104th_Maverick Posted January 20, 2018 Report Share Posted January 20, 2018 (edited) 104th PhoenixProudly PresentsOperation LongbowA dynamic Multiplayer Mission set in the Caucasus Map.www.104thphoenix.comFeaturing6 Airbases to capture and hold in the battle-zone.Ability to recapture lost bases.Spawnable aircraft at newly captured airbases.Airbase Defence Upgrade rewards using heavy transport aircraft.Simple Radio.Helicopter Transport Operations using CTLD.AWACS.Aerial Refuelling. Locked GCI slots that are open for sign up.AFAC.JTAC.Anti-Ship Missions. (W.I.P)Deep Strike Missions. (W.I.P)Weapon RestrictionsIntroductionOperation Longbow is a large scale dynamic multiplayer mission that allows clients to capture any airfield in the Battle Area,clients can then spawn in aircraft from their newly captured bases.Starting at opposite ends of the map, both coalitions are aiming to capture all six airbases within the Battle Arealocated along the Black Sea Coastline while preventing their opponent from doing the same.The Target Airbases are Kutaisi, Senaki, Kobuleti, Sukhumi, Gudauta and Sochi (Click the links for more info on coalition ground unit positions at the start of each round!)All six Target Airbases are NEUTRAL the start of the mission however ground forces from each side are locked in a stand-off against each other at opposing sides of the airfields. Click on the links above in red to see the approximate location of each coalitions units. The victor is the first side to successfully deploy troops on all six Target Airbasesafter eliminating the enemy guarding the position.Inter asset cooperation is key as airbases can only be captured by the landing of ground troops by a friendly Helicopter.Each coalition will require transport helicopter pilots standing by to land troops on the target airbasesonce the enemy has been cleared. Helicopter pilots will also be required to deploy JTACS, MANPAD Teams and EWR Systems to the front lines!CommunicationsSRS Server IP - 22.214.171.124:5002Simple Radio (SRS) is to be used as the primary mission communications tool while in the server, however we request that clients also use the 104th Teamspeak server for mission planning and networking purposes. Any client using a GCI slot MUST be on the 104th Teamspeak server.TS3 Server IP - 126.96.36.199 - Password = phoenixWe have set up a HELP CHANNEL to assist users in the set up of SRS on our Teamspeak server.The channel is called "Help setting up Simple Radio" and it's channel description has a step by step guide of how to install and set up SRS for use on the 104th.Coalitions The mission features an East vs West set up and is based on a fictional scenario that involves NATO Allies taking on Russia, Iran and China (Taiwan).NATO PactUSA, UK, SwedenFighters:F-15CStrikers: A-10A, A-10C, AJS-37, AV-8BHelicopters: UH-1H, SA-342 GazelleRussian PactRussia, Iran, Republic of China (Taiwan)Fighters: F-5E, Mig-21, Mig-29A, Mig-29S, Mirage 2000, SU-27, SU-33Strikers: SU-25A, SU-25THelicopters: Mi-8, KA-50Ground Control Interception Operators GCI services will be available to clients through the use of Combined Arms by approved GCI Operators who have signed up for access to the locked slots.Clients who have not signed up to be a GCI Operator will be unable to access the GCI slots during the mission.To be added as a GCI Operator in the server you will need to post a request on our forums at the following link - HEREOnce we have received your application and its been accepted an admin will co-ordinate with you on teamspeak and get you added to the GCI Operator list.Airbase Assault BatteriesEach coalition has Assault Batteries for each Target Airbase.At the start of the round both coalitions have an Assault Battery at EACH airbase! To capture an airbase you must eliminate the enemy Assault Battery and then land friendly troops on the airfield. Once this has been complete the friendly Airbase Assault Battery will move on to the airfield to protect it!Red Assault Battery8x T-90, 8x BMP3, 2x SA-15, 4x SA-13, 4x Shilka AAABlue Assault Battery5x M1A1, 6x IFV, 1x Roland ADS, 4x Chaparel, 4x Vulcan AAAAirbase Defence UpgradesOnce a coalition captures an airfield a heavy transport aircraft will be despatched with an Airbase Defence Upgrade package.The package will arrive in two stages.First is the Surface to Air Missile system followed by an Early Warning Radar system brought in on another aircraft after the first has safely landed.If a coalition looses their first transport aircraft with the SAM package to the enemy a second aircraft will be despatched with another SAM system to try again. In this scenario the EWR system would NOT follow if the second aircraft makes it safely.A coalition only receives the EWR upgrade if the FIRST transport aircraft makes it safely to the airbase!Red Airbase Defence Upgrade PackageSA-11 & EWRBlue Airbase Defence Upgrade PackageHawk & EWRHelicopter OperationsHelicopter pilots are the key to a coalitions success in the mission. Transport pilots are required to land friendly troops on to the Target Airbases once the enemy troops have been cleared.Once the pilot has offloaded his troops the airbase will be secured for his coalition.FARPS can also be captured along with airbases. See the below pictures for FARP locations and details.FARPS in YELLOW are capturable by the enemy!FARPS in BLACK are not capturable.Bulleye EAST LayoutBullseye WEST LayoutRearming, Loading Troops and CratesAll helicopters spawn on the ground at FARPS not on them. To rearm your helicopter you must fly over and land on the helipad then make your request to the ground crew!Cargo loading is done through the fantastic CTLD script by Ciribob in the RADIO MENU.All troops and crates are loaded when at a friendly FARP, loading crates and troops will NOT work at an airbase.You must consult the map and fly to your nearest FARP to pickup cargo.Once you have troops on board you can drop them when it is safe to do so at the target airbase and it will be secured for your coalition. Getting Started and Useful Information.We are running Ciribob's excellent slot blocking script on the server. Available hereThis means you cannot spawn at any airbase or FARP that your coalition does not control.Aircraft at home bases start with the Number 1, eg "1 Tbilisi F-15C A1" aircraft at Capturable bases start with the Number 2, eg "2B Kutaisi F-15C A1".If your coalition has not captured any bases in the mission you will only be able to spawn at a Home Base and select aircraft starting with 1.Once your coalition has cleared the enemy troops from a base then captured it you can spawn in at that airbase by selecting the aircraft based there in the aircraft list.FARP Phoenix activates for the BLUE side when KUTAISI has been captured and secured!FARP Gali starts as a RED FARP at the start of the mission however RED cannot spawn there until they capture SUKHUMI!All fixed wing aircraft start with 0% fuel at all capturable bases.Fixed wing aircraft starting at Home Bases load with 100% fuel.USE THE F-10 MAPWe do not have a website with a live mission map, clients must use the F-10 map to see what airbases belong to which coalition.Press F-10 and click on the airbase you want the status of and it will tell you if it is RED, BLUE or NEUTRAL.You can only spawn on an airbase that belongs to your coalition AND has had the enemy cleared from around it! More details including a downloadable mission brief will follow later this week.Mission is now LIVE for public testing Edited January 23, 2018 by 104th_Maverick Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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