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ATF:
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Разработчик:Jane's Combat Simulations
Издатель:Electronic Arts
Модель распространения:розничная продажа
Жанры:Simulator (Flight Combat) / 3D

Даты выхода игры

вышла в 1996 г.

Solution [ENG]

Информация актуальна для
Campaign Notes: Egypt 1998
Written by Marcus Spears
Date: July 19, 1998
------------------------------

Notes: This mission guide was written with the assistance of the
Official Guide to Jane's ATF, Copyright 1996 Electronic Arts.
When I give one loadout, it is what I consider to be the best
loadout for the default plane for that particular mission (which
may not be the same as the default loadout for the plane).  If I
give two or more loadouts, the second one is the one I prefer.

Initial Planes available: One B-2, three F-117s, four X-31s,
three F-22s.

------------------------------

Mission One: Hourglass

Briefing: You must escort an Aurora spyplane to your airstrip.  There
are six enemy fighters that will attempt to destroy the Aurora.  Near
Nav Alpha there are two average Mirage 2000s, near Nav Point Charlie
there are two average F-5E Tigers, and two F-16 Fighting Falcons near
Nav Point Delta.  I suggest, after takeoff, that you turn slightly left
and set your radar to 100 NM so you can see the Mirages on your radar
and head directly towards them.  Fire an AMRAAM at one of them, and
order your wingman to attack the other.  Note: Wait until you get a
good firing solution before ordering your wingman to engage, or he
may shoot too early and waste ammo.  If you have the time and patience,
order your wingman to disengage after he has fired one missile and wait
to see if it destroys the target.  If it does not, order him to attack
that target again.  Otherwise, he is likely to waste missiles by firing
two or three when only one was needed.  You may be in the middle of a
dogfight and may not be able to spare the time to do this, but whenever
possible help him save his missiles for more important targets.

Now, turn southeast towards Nav Point Delta and you should be able to
target the F-5s.  Take them out the same way, then engage the two F-16s,
then you can either wait for the Aurora to land, or go ahead and land and
wait for the "Mission Complete" message.  The mission is complete as soon
as the Aurora comes to a complete stop and begins to taxi to the hangar.

Loadout: F-22 with 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders and 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs.  Note:
It's better to use the AIM-9M Sidewinders in the early missions of a
campaign, and save the AIM-9X missiles (which are more accurate, less
likely to be decoyed, and have a slightly longer range) for later.
Also note that you are not required to take a full load of fuel; in
fact, you should be able to finish this mission with only 10,000 lbs
of fuel.  This substantially reduces your weight and improves your
maneuverability slightly, which may help you in a dogfight.

------------------------------

Mission Two: Rebel Waltz

Briefing: Your job is to defend a convoy of three Sacramento-class
frigates, full of supplies desperately needed by the secular government.
The Islamic rebels are sending two Rafales (one average, one good) and
three F-4s (all good) to destroy the convoy.  These five planes are
your primary objective.  Unfortunately, the Rafales are being escorted
by three average F-16s, and the F-4s are being escorted by three average
Mirage IIIs.  This mission is pretty tough.

Skip Nav Alpha.  Turn directly for Nav Bravo, and go into a climb... an
altitude advantage is important in any air battle.  Turn on your radar,
set it to 100 NM, and target the first of the F-16s as soon as possible.
Turn your radar off, switch to your AMRAAM missiles, and keep an eye on
the accuracy indicator and the distance-to-target readout in the enemy
view (Shift-4).  Even though you can't launch an AMRAAM without your
radar, it still shows the accuracy indicator.  At about 25 nm, order
your wingman to approach left (Alt-6).  Wait a few seconds, then order
him to approach low (Alt-8) while you approach at 15 to 20 thousand
feet.  With luck, one or more of the F-16s will engage him and they
won't spot you.  When it reaches about 75% to 80%, order your wingman
to engage the F-16s (you don't want him firing prematurely and giving
away your position, and you don't want him to waste any ammo either...
remember, there are two of you, but eleven planes to shoot down).
The F-16s get priority... they're the ones who'll fire missiles at you.
The Rafales will usually ignore you until you attack them or
accidentally cross in front of their gunsights, in which case they
might break off their attack and dog you with cannon fire.

Use the same approach with the F-4s and Mirages.  Turn on your radar long
enough to target one of the Mirages, then turn it off again, and keep an
eye on the accuracy indicator and range-to-target.  Approach from 20,000
feet and tell your wingman to approach left and low.  Order your wingman
to engage your target when you get a 75% to 80% accuracy.  The F-4s are
further away from the convoy than the Rafales were, and they're slower
than the Rafales too.  They'll ignore you until you attack them or cross
their gunsights.

Loadout: F-22 with 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders and 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs, or
6 AIM-120 AMRAAMs.  I usually end up making gun passes on the F-4s.
If you get behind the F-4s, they won't even try to evade until they
start taking damage, and by then it's too late.  Take the one in the
rear first, and work your way forward.

------------------------------

Mission Three: Rebuke

Briefing: There are two cargo ships carrying supplies to the rebels.
Your job is to destroy them.  On the way to the cargo vessels, you
will probably be attacked by two average Mirage 2000s, then two
F-16A Falcons.  By the time you get close to the ships, two average
F-5E Tigers should be in the area.  Stay at least 7 nm away from the
ships to avoid fire from the two Jianghu II frigates and the Knox
frigate.  It takes two SLAMs to destroy each ship.  Order your wingman
to attack one while you launch both SLAMs at the other.  If either of
you miss a shot, it may be necessary to brave AA fire from the frigates
and make a few gun passes to finish the cargo ships off.  Finally, on
the return leg, two more average Mirage 2000s will try to jump you.
Finish them off, then you can land.  This mission is actually fairly
easy compared to the previous mission.

Loadout: F-22 with 2 AGM-84E SLAMs, 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs, and 4 AIM-9M
Sidewinders, or 2 AGM-84E SLAMs and 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs.

------------------------------

Mission Four: End Run

Briefing: In this mission, you must destroy a C&C bunker and a microwave
tower.  This is a night mission in an F-117; unless you manage to attract
an enemy fighter, it is a real cakewalk.  Just follow your waypoints
waypoints until your wingman announces a contact.  Fly straight towards
the base until you can target the microwave tower with your FLIR, and
order your wingman to attack it (Alt-E).  Meanwhile, target the C&C
Bunker.  Wait until you have a good firing solution, then open the bomb
bay doors, release the weapon, and close the doors as quickly as possible
to reduce your radar signature.  No point in attracting unnecessary
attention.  The GBU-27 is extremely accurate (laser-guided) and has a
good blast radius; don't be surprised if you kill a tank or an AA gun
sitting nearby, as well as the target.  It is possible to order your
wingman to "Attack Structures" (Alt-W) and make two passes to take out
both mission objectives (he will probably bomb a tent or something,
though he may just bomb the right target by accident).  You only have
two bombs, though, so make both shots count.

What you need to worry about is being spotted by one of the four expert
Rafale Cs, three expert F-16A Falcons, or three expert Mirage 2000s.
There are other enemy aircraft out there, but many of them will not even
come close to your flight path.  If one does spot you, abort the mission
and play it again.  You have no way of shooting back, so you'll quickly
be toast (unless you cheat).

Loadout: F-117A with two GBU-27 Paveway III bombs.

------------------------------

Mission Five: Freelancers

Briefing: Enemy F-4s have slipped past the barrier defenses.  You must
scramble to intercept them before they can destroy your base.  This is
a straightforward dogfighting mission; there is one group of three F-4
Phantoms (2 average, 1 good) and one group of two good phantoms being
escorted by three average F-16 Falcons.  Go to Nav Alpha just to give
your wingman a chance to get off the ground and catch up with you.
Then turn due south.  Do NOT engage the fighters DR-D1 and DR-D2.
These are unmanned decoy drones, and will not fire on you.

 Loadout: Either an X-31 with three AIM-9M Sidewinders and 4 AIM-120
AMRAAMs, or an F-22 with 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs and 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders.

------------------------------

Mission Six: Ghostrider

Briefing: Use the stealth abilities of the B-2 bomber to penetrate enemy
air defenses and destroy a fuel depot to slow the enemy's advance on the
Suez Canal.  You must destroy eight fuel tanks, two factories, and two
loading docks.  My suggestion: Do NOT use the default way points.

Instead, drag Nav Point Alpha to be just north of Nav Point Echo.
Drag Nav Point Bravo to be due west of Nav Alpha and due north of
Nav Charlie.  Drag Nav Delta to be directly over Nav Bravo.  This
route should allow you to totally avoid all the enemy fighters in
the area, most of which are between Nav Alpha and Nav Bravo.  It
also avoids the F-5E Tigers that are usually found close to the
original Nav Delta.  In a B-2, if an enemy fighter spots you, you
are probably toast.

Loadout: B-2 Bomber with 8 GBU-27 Paveway III bombs and 64 Mk-84 bombs.

------------------------------

Mission Seven: Eagle Eye

Briefing: F-4s and Mirage 2000s are operating from two airbases.
Fly a combat patrol, destroying enemy aircraft in the air or on the
ground.  Three average F-4s at Nav Bravo and three average Mirage
2000s are your mission targets.  Two average Mirage IIIs will probably
intercept you near Nav Alpha, and two novice Mirage IIIs will probably
spot you between Nav Bravo and Nav Charlie, or between Nav Delta and
Nav Eagle.  If you get to Nav Bravo early enough, you should be able
to take out the F-4s with low-level gun passes while they're still on
the ground, saving your missiles for other targets.  If you don't
spend too much time dogfighting, you may even be able to get the
Mirage 2000s while they're still on the ground.  Only one managed to
take off, to be promptly shot down by my wingman.

Loadout: X-31 with 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs and 3 AIM-9M Sidewinders, or an
F-22 with 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs and 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders.

------------------------------

Mission Eight: Party Crasher

Briefing: Egyptian forces, emboldened by their success in the ground
war, are attempting to secure the entrance to the Suez Canal.  Your
mission targets are two Jianghu-class frigates.  These frigates are
very tough targets, requiring three SLAMs each to destroy.  Drag Nav
Point Alpha until it's far south of your starting position.  This way
you can avoid four F-5E Tigers (two good, two average).  There are
two F-5E tigers (one good, one average) that might spot you en route
to the frigates, but you can take them out.  It also gives another
F-22 time to do some damage to the frigates; by the time I got there,
one Knox had been taken out, and the Jianghus were damaged; one died
with only one shot, the other died with two shots.

When engaging the frigates, stay at least 7 nm away to avoid return
fire.  Target one of the frigates, wait for a good lock, open your
doors, and quickly fire three SLAMs at it.  Target the other Jianghu
and fire your last SLAM at it, then order your wingman to engage.
He will only launch one missile at a time, so after he launches, order
him to disengage so he will form back on your wing and not get too close
to the frigates.  Once the missile hits or splashes into the water, order
him to engage the frigate again.  Repeat until it's destroyed.

Loadout: 2 AGM-84E SLAMs, 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders, and 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs
or 4 AGM-84E SLAMs and either 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs or 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders.

------------------------------

Mission Nine: Night Owl

Briefing: Rebels are advancing under the cover of darkness towards
key positions along the Suez Canal.  Your job is to take out a C&C
bunker at Nav Bravo and a pair of hardened shelters at Nav Delta.
Do NOT let enemy aircraft spot you, or you will be toast, since you
are flying an F-117 and cannot shoot back.  Since you only have
two bombs and three targets, your wingman will have to take out at
least one of them.

It will be hard to evade detection.  There are two expert Mirage
2000s that activate 5 minutes into the position (about the time you
reach Nav Alpha), and two expert F-16 Falcons flying in that area as
well.  Hopefully the 4 expert Rafales won't see you either.  Near
Nav Eagle, two more expert F-16s activate, and there are two expert
Mirage IIIs and two expert F-5E Tigers patrolling west of Nav Delta.
They probably won't spot you, though.  I suggest dragging Nav Eagle
back southeast in the direction of Nav Bravo.  That way you are more
likely not to be spotted by the F-16s.

Loadout: F-117 with 2 GBU-27 Paveway IIIs.

------------------------------

Mission Ten: Red Sea

Briefing: Two Knox-class frigates are moving toward the Gulf of Suez
to contest the UN Embargo.  You are to destroy these frigates.  Your
main threats are two average Mirage 2000s, two F-16A Falcons (one
average, one good) and two expert Gazelles near Nav Bravo.  You'll
only have two Air-to-Air missiles each, so save them for the jets and
use guns on the helicopters.  If you move Nav Charlie back to your
original starting point, you should be able to avoid being spotted
by three expert F-5E Tigers on your way home.

Loadout: F-22 with 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs and 4 AGM-84A Harpoons or 4 AGM-84E
SLAMs.  You need all your missiles to take out the ships; they take four
hits each, so if your wingman dies before both ships are dead, restart
the mission.

------------------------------

Mission Eleven: Straight Flush

Briefing: The first step in achieving air superiority in this war is
to take out the enemy's radar.  You and your wingman are to use stealth
to sneak in behind enemy lines and destroy three mobile Long Track
radar units.  There are a LOT of enemy planes in the area; unless you
act fast, it is highly likely that one or more of the two expert Rafales,
two expert F-5E Tigers, four expert Mirage 2000s, or four expert F-16
Falcons, may spot you.

Loadout: F-117 with two GBU-27 Paveway IIIs.

------------------------------

Mission Twelve: Sandstorm

Briefing: Your job in this mission is to destroy six average Mirage
2000s, which will start launching 9 minutes into the mission at the
rate of one every two minutes.  En route to the target, you will
encounter two Mirage 2000s (one Average, one Good), and the longer
you spend over the target the more likely you will be engaged by
three average Mirage IIIs or three average F-5E Tigers.  There is
also one average Gazelle over the target.  You can probably avoid
the first two Mirage 2000s by moving Nav Alpha to the northeast, over
Nav Delta and due east of Nav Bravo.  Don't use the autopilot, and do
use your afterburner for max speed.  Hopefully you can get in, make
some gun passes over the Mirage 2000s while they're still on the
ground, and get the hell out of dodge before reinforcements arrive.

Loadout: F-22 with four AIM-9M Sidewinders and four AIM-120 AMRAAMs or
an X-31 with three AIM-9M Sidewinders and four AIM-120 AMRAAMs.

------------------------------

Mission Thirteen: Mad Dog

Briefing: Once again, enemy aircraft have breached our barrier defenses.
Scramble and destroy five good Gazelles and three average F-4D Phantoms.
The Phantoms are being escorted by two good Mirage 2000s.  One F-16A
Falcon, two F-22A Raptors, and two C-17 Globemasters will take off 30
minutes into the mission.  These planes must survive until then.  Take
off, and instead of going to Nav Alpha, turn due south and start
attacking the incoming fighters and helicopters.

Loadout: X-31 EFM with three AIM-9M Sidewinders and four AIM-120 AMRAAMs
or an F-22 Raptor with four AIM-9M Sidewinders and four AIM-120 AMRAAMs.

------------------------------

Mission Fourteen: Battle Stations

Briefing: Three cargo ships are attempting to sneak past the UN embargo.
You are to take them out with anti-ship missiles.  You will have to engage
two average F-16A Falcons enroute to the ships, and two average Rafale Cs
are also in the area.  Two average F-4D Phantoms are enroute as well.  I
hope you're a good dogfighter!  You'll have to gunfight at least two of
these if you don't take out the ships quick enough.  If you drag Nav
Charlie to the north so that it's due east of Nav Bravo, you can avoid
two Mirage 2000s (1 good, 1 average) on the return trip.  (Or, you can
just outrun them.)  After this mission, you will have a new Rafale C
added to your inventory.

Loadout: F-22 Raptor with 4 AGM-84A Harpoons or 4 AGM-84E SLAMs and
2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs or 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders.

------------------------------

Mission Fifteen: Long Shot

Briefing: The enemy has deployed fighters to a recently captured airbase.
This airbase must be neutralized as quickly as possible.  Your target is
three hardened aircraft shelters at Nav Alpha.  Two average F-4D Phantoms
will intercept you en route to the target, and two average F-16A Falcons
and two average Rafales will launch 10 minutes into the mission unless
you work fast.  If you go at full throttle, only slowing down to engage
the Phantoms, you will be able to take the Falcons and Rafales out
while they're still on the ground.  If you move Nav Charlie so that it
is due north of Nav Bravo and due west of Nav Delta, you should be able
to avoid two F-5E Tigers on the return trip (1 novice, 1 average).

Loadout: X-31 with 3 AGM-65 Mavericks, 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs, and 2 AIM-9M
Sidewinders.

------------------------------

Mission Sixteen: Kingpin

Briefing: An Egyptian command facility outside Fayid is coordinating
rebel activities in this region.  You've got to penetrate their defenses
and destroy their command HQ, 9 storage buildings, 2 comm towers, and a
hardened C&C bunker.  There are two SA-6 Gainfuls and 4 SA-9 Gaskins in
the area which you should probably take out ASAP; they have expert crews
and are very dangerous.  The 8 ZSU-23-4 Shilkas have novice crews and are
unlikely to even hit you.  On the way in, you must sneak past three
expert F-16 Falcons and three expert F-5E Tigers, and on the way out
you'll pass through the patrol zone of three expert Mirage 3000s and
three expert Rafale Cs.

You can probably avoid the F-16s and F-5Es by going due west from your
starting location until you're halfway between Nav Bravo and the edge of
the map, then turning due south, but don't go too far west or too far
south... there are two expert F-16s patrolling to the west of the base
and two expert F-4D Phantoms patrolling to the south.  You can avoid the
Mirages and Rafales by moving Nav Charlie until it's due east of Nav Bravo.

Loadout: B-2 Bomber with 64 Mk-82s and 8 GBU-27 Paveway IIIs.

------------------------------

Mission Seventeen: Deathwish

Briefing: While flying patrol in the area, an AWACS alerts you to enemy
planes closing in on our ships (including our old friend, the Eisenhower,
from USNF).  There is an average F-14B Tomcat in the area to assist you,
and the carrier escorts will also launch SAMs at the incoming fighters.
There are two groups of three good F-4D Phantoms.  One group is guarded
by two good F-16 Falcons, the other is guarded by two Mirage IIIs (one
average, one good).  The F-4s are your main goal; use your wingman to go
after the other planes while you open fire on the F-4s.  Once all six
F-4s are gone, you can bug for home (Nav Charlie).  After this mission
is complete, two X-32 ASTOVLs will be added to your inventory.

Loadout: X-31 EFM with 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs and 3 AIM-9M Sidewinders or an
F-22 with 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs and 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders.

------------------------------

Mission Eighteen: Tin Can Alley

Briefing: A convoy of trucks is providing logistical support to a line
of tanks.  Your job is to destroy this convoy of six trucks.  You will
almost immediately be noticed by two F-5E Tigers (one novice, one
average), and you should probably get rid of the single Gazelle providing
cover for the convoy.  If you move Nav Charlie due south of Nav Delta and
southeast of Nav Bravo, you can avoid two average F-16 Falcons on the
return leg.  Watch for missiles coming from the single Crotale SAM
launcher in the area.  For once, this is a mission where rocket pods
may come in useful, since you're only attacking unarmed and lightly
armored trucks (though you could easily make a few gun passes and take
them out).

Loadout: X-32 ASTOVL with 6 AIM-120 AMRAAMs, 2 AIM-9M Sidewinders, and
4 LAU-61 Rocket Pods.

------------------------------

Mission Nineteen: Red Crescent

Briefing: UN forces are preparing to launch a ground offensive against
the rebels.  Your job is to escort three C-5B Galaxies to an airfield.
The first thing to intercept you will be two good F-16A Falcons.  After
splashing these two, follow the nav points but don't use autopilot.  You
want to intercept the remaining enemies as far away from the Galaxies as
possible.  Next up on the hit parade is four F-5E Tigers (three Average,
one good) near Nav Charlie, then three F-4D Phantoms (one average, two
good) close to Nav Delta.  The mission is complete when all three
Galaxies have reached their last waypoint.

Loadout: F-22 Raptor with 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs and 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders or
6 AIM-120 AMRAAMs.

------------------------------

Mission Twenty: Desert Thunder

Briefing: Support the UN advance into Egypt by destroying seven enemy
tanks (M-1 Abrams) that are threatening the lead elements.  En route,
you will probably encounter two average F-16A Falcons.  Two average
F-5E Tigers and two average Mirage IIIs are en route to provide air
cover for the tanks, and two Gazelles (1 average, 1 novice) are also
near the tanks.  The tanks also have a Crotale SAM (Average), an M48
Chaparral (good), 1 ZSU-23-4 (average), and one ZSU-57-2 (good) to
defend against aircraft.

Loadout: X-32 ASTOVL with four AIM-120 AMRAAMs, four AGM-65 Mavericks,
and 2 AIM-9M Sidewinders.

------------------------------

Mission Twenty-one: Scorpion Sting

Briefing: The rebels are using two command bunkers and some communications
equipment to coordinate their troops.  You and your wingman need to take
out the command bunker at Nav Bravo and the command bunker and microwave
tower at Nav Charlie.  Whoever designed this mission is a sadist.  There
are WAY too many planes, all of them with expert pilots, to avoid
detection.  The easiest solution I found is to go the LONG way around:
go due east for a while, to avoid being spotted by four Rafale Cs.  Go
south for quite a while, to avoid being spotted by two Mirage IIIs, two
Mirage 2000s, three Rafale Cs, and two F-16s that would otherwise come
close to your flight path.  Go west until you're a good distance south-
west of Nav Bravo, then go northeast to Nav Bravo.  By this time, any
aircraft near Nav Bravo have long since left the area.  Take out the
bunker yourself; if your first shot doesn't quite destroy it, let your
wingman finish it off.  Next, go to Nav Charlie.  Take out the tower
and order your wingman to destroy the C&C bunker.  As soon as you take
out the tower, turn due west for a while.  A Gazelle might spot you, but
you can easily outrun it.  Take the long route back to base: west for a
while, south for a while, east for a while, then north to Nav Eagle.

If an enemy aircraft spots you before you've dropped both your bombs,
eject and restart the mission.  You have to pop up to at least 1000
feet to drop a bomb without taking collateral damage, and it'll hose
you when you do.  If they spot you AFTER you've dropped your bombs,
practice your NOE flying... at about 35 to 40 feet above the ground!
At this altitude radar-guided missiles won't work because of the ground
clutter, the F-117 has almost no infrared signature, and the fighters
apparently don't want to get that close to the ground, so their shots
keep passing over your head.  When you get close to Nav Eagle, any
enemies still on your tail will probably get engaged by the X-31, the
Comanche, and/or the two F-22s patrolling near the base.  If the
fighters patrolling the base DON'T spot the enemy fighters, just try
to get close enough to the base to hear the "We're Almost Home"
message and hit Control-Q to quit the mission.

Loadout: F-117 with two GBU-27 Paveway III bombs

------------------------------

Mission Twenty-Two: Sandtrap
                                        
Briefing: Ground troops are engaging the rebels at strategic points.
Prevent the enemy aircraft from harassing our ground troops.  This is
a straightforward air patrol: First you must take out two F-16 Falcons
(to your southwest when you start the mission).  You will probably spot
four Gazelles and three F-5E Tigers when you turn towards Nav Bravo.
If you're quick enough, you'll intercept one F-16 Falcon and two F-4D
Phantoms between Nav Bravo and Nav Charlie.  ALL of these aircraft must
be destroyed to win the mission!  The F-4D Phantoms and Gazelles have
Good crews; the rest are average.  You get two wingmen for this one.

Loadout: X-31 EFM with 3 AIM-9M Sidewinders and 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs; I
prefer the X-32 ASTOVL with 6 AIM-9M Sidewinders and 6 AIM-120 AMRAAMs.

------------------------------

Mission Twenty-Three: Rapid Fire

Briefing: The airbase at Al ????? has been reinforced with Mirage 2000s
and is now a threat to our troops.  Its air defenses must be eliminated
in advance of UN strike aircraft.  Your job is to destroy two ZSU-23-4s
(both good), two ZIF-31s (one average, one good), 1 ZSU-57-2, 1 Crotale
SAM (good), and two M48s (one average, one good).  Enemy air assets that
you may meet include two average F-5E Tigers, two average F-16 Falcons,
two average Mirage IIIs, and three average Mirage 2000s (if you give them
time to get off the ground).  You will rendezvous with one good F-16
Falcons at Nav Alpha, which will follow you through the remainder of
the mission.

If the Mirage IIIs haven't spotted you by the time you rendezvous with
the F-16s, try turning due south for a while to avoid them, then west
until you're due south of Nav Bravo.  If you move Nav Delta due north
of Nav Charlie, you may also be able to avoid the two F-5E Tigers.

Loadout: X-32 ASTOVL with 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs, 2 AIM-9M Sidewinders,
four AGM-65 Mavericks, and four LAU-61 Rocket Pods.

------------------------------

Mission Twenty-Four: Switchboard

Briefing: Another bombing mission.  The rebels are using a major command
post to coordinate their logistical efforts.  Your job is to get in there
and take it out.  Your targets consist of three hardened shelters, three
hardened C&C bunkers, and five comm towers.  They are defended by no less
than eight SAM sites and nine AAA sites, plus there are a lot of enemy
aircraft that will fly into and around the target area, many of them with
good or expert crew, so you're going to have to work extra hard to avoid
being spotted.

Loadout: B-2 bomber with 64 Mk.82 bombs and 8 GBU-27 Paveway IIIs.

------------------------------

Mission Twenty-Five: Nowhere to Hide

Briefing: UN ground forces are requesting for air support.  Load up and
take off.  You'll be joining with two A-10 Thunderbolts to take out two
Ignore all other aircraft to take out the Gazelles; if they destroy the
friendly M-2s, the mission fails.  After that, you can take out the mission
targets.

Loadout: X-32 ASTOVL with two AIM-9M Sidewinders, two AIM-120 AMRAAMs,
four LAU-61 Rocket Pods, and four AGM-65 Mavericks.

------------------------------

Mission Twenty-Six: Head On

Briefing: Enemy fighters have penetrated our defenses (again?)  You must
scramble and intercept these fighters.  This mission is not as easy as I
first thought.  There are fourteen incoming aircraft, including four
average Rafale Cs, two good Rafale Cs, five good F-4 Phantoms, and three
good Mirage 2000s.  Meanwhile, you've got to prevent one fuel tank, one
shelter, and three hardened shelters from being destroyed.  I _strongly_
recommend practicing your dogfighting skills and using the Guns Only
"cheat" for this mission.  It was the only way I could complete the
mission successfully.  (And I got the Air Force Medal of Honor for
shooting down more than 10 aircraft with guns only, to boot.)  The
Phantoms and Mirage 2000s are your mission targets.

Loadout: F-22 Raptor with 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders and 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs.

------------------------------

Mission Twenty-Seven: Entrenched

Briefing: A-10s are being vectored towards the enemy tanks.  Your job
is to take out the SAMs and AAA sites that are providing a defensive
unbrella around the tanks.  There are 2 Crotale SAMs (one average, one
good), two ZSU-57s (one average, one good), and one ZSU-23-4 (good).
Enroute to the target, you'll probably cross paths with two F-16 Falcons
(average).  Over the target, you'll need to take out the two Gazelles
(one average, one good), and two F-4D Phantoms (average) will probably
try to engage you.  On the trip home, you can probably avoid two F-5E
Tigers if you move Nav Eagle south of the airfield, and move Nav Delta
southeast so that it's a ways south of Nav Eagle.

Loadout: X-32 ASTOVL with 2 AIM-9M Sidewinders, 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs,
4 LAU-61 Rocket Pods, and 4 AGM-65 Mavericks.

------------------------------

Mission Twenty-Eight: Viper's Brood

Briefing: The enemy is deploying fighters to the Bir Hasanah airbase.
Your target for this mission is six hardened shelters at the airbase.
There are very few enemy aircraft in this mission; two average Mirage
2000s will intercept you en route to Nav Alpha, and three Mirage 2000s
(two average, one good) will intercept you over the target area.  There
are four average F-16A Falcons and two average Mirage 2000s at the airbase;
you may be able to get a few of these while they're still on the ground.

Loadout: X-32 ASTOVL with 2 AIM-9M Sidewinders, 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs,
4 LAU-61 Rocket Pods, and 4 AGM-65 Mavericks.

------------------------------

Mission Twenty-Nine: Sandflies

Briefing: UN Troops are moving on strategic positions.  The rebels are
trying to mount a counterattack.  Your job is to sweep the area of any
helicopters that are threatening our soldiers.  There are two Gazelles
at Nav Alpha (one good, one expert), and four more Gazelles (good) near
Nav Bravo.  You'll probably be noticed by two F-4D Phantoms (average)
enroute to Nav Alpha and two F-5E Tigers (good) near Nav Bravo.  If,
after destroying these six helicopters, you head south to Nav Alpha
then east until you're due south of Nav Delta, you can probably avoid
two additional Mirage IIIs (novice) enroute to Nav Charlie.  There
may be more Gazelles near your base.  You have two wingmen for this
mission.

Loadout: X-31 EFM with 3 AIM-9M Sidewinders and 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs.

------------------------------

Mission Thirty: Flying Fists

Briefing: AC-130U Spectres will be attacking enemy ground assets.  You
must intercept any fighters targeting the Spectres.  The aircraft
include three Rafale Cs (two average, one good) before reaching Nav
Alpha, two Gazelles (good) and four Mirage 2000s (good) somewhere
between there and Nav Bravo, and three good F-5E Tigers between Nav
Bravo and Nav Charlie.  The mission is complete when both Spectres
reach Nav Charlie safely.

Loadout: F-22 with 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs and 4 AIM-9M Sidewinders

------------------------------

Mission Thirty-One: Divine Retribution

Briefing: The rebels are settling in for a prolonged siege of Cairo.
Their aircraft are still harassing allied troops.  Some of these
aircraft have broken through our barrier and are closing on the Al
Arish airbase.  You must scramble and eliminate these aircraft.
Four F-4D Phantoms and two Mirage 2000s (all good) approach from
the north, while four Gazelles (two good, two expert) and three
Mirage IIIs (two average, one good) are almost on top of the base
from the south.  They are trying to destroy eight of the hardened
shelters at the airport; three of these are mission targets.  These
three must survive until all enemy aircraft are destroyed.  Your
primary targets are the Gazelles and the Phantoms.

Loadout: The default is the X-31 EFM, but I prefer the X-32 ASTOVL
with 6 AIM-120 AMRAAMs and 6 AIM-9M or AIM-9X Sidewinders.  You can
get off the ground more quickly that way.

------------------------------

Mission Thirty-Two: Night Raider

Briefing: The rebels are gathering a bunch of SAMs for the defense of
Cairo.  You are to use the B-2's stealth abilities to destroy these
SAMs while they are still inactive.  Your targets include four M48
Chaparrals, three SA-6 Gainfuls, four Crotale SAMs, one SA-9 Gaskin,
and three of the eight hardened shelters (you probably won't know
which three, so just bomb 'em all).  Only the Crotales are inactive;
the other guns will fire at you.  Like with most bombing missions,
stealth is essential to avoid detection by enemy fighters.  The fighters
include three Mirage IIIs, six F-16A Falcons, two Mirage 2000s, two
Rafale Cs, and two F-5E Tigers.  Many of these can be avoided by bombing
the targets, then turning due north until you're about halfway between
Nav Alpha and your starting position, then due east until you're north
of Nav Delta.

Loadout: B-2 Bomber with 64 Mk.82 Slick bombs and 8 GBU-27 Paveway IIIs.

------------------------------

Mission Thirty-Three: Cairo Casbah

Briefing: The airstrip at Cairo must be destroyed.  Use precision weapons
to destroy nine of the eleven hardened shelters.  You will probably meet
two Rafale Cs (average) on the way to Nav Alpha, and the airstrip may
get some planes off the ground, including two F-16 Falcons (average),
one Rafale C (average), and one Mirage 2000 (good).  Two more Mirage
2000s (average) may try to intercept you if you take too long, and two
F-5E Tigers (average) may spot you near Nav Charlie.

Loadout: X-32 ASTOVL with 2 AIM-9M Sidewinders, 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs,
4 LAU-61 Rocket Pods, and 4 AGM-65 Mavericks.

------------------------------

Mission Thirty-Four: Sandblast

Briefing: The UN forces north of Cairo have encountered the last of the
enemy heavy tanks.  You will receive assistance from AC-130U Spectres
in destroying these tanks.  There are 16 M-1 Abrams (11 are mission
targets), 5 M-2 Bradleys (4 are mission targets), and 13 M-113s (which
are not mission targets).  There are two F-16A Falcons (average) enroute
to provide air cover for the tanks, and the airfield nearby will attempt
to get two Mirage IIIs (average) and two Rafale Cs (good) in the air as
quickly as possible.  In addition, there are two Gazelles (good) near the
airbase and three Mirage 2000s (two average, one good) who are planning
to land at the airport but will probably spot you about the time you
reach Nav Baker.  You have two wingmen in this mission.

Loadout: X-32 ASTOVL with 2 AIM-9M Sidewinders, 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs,
4 LAU-61 Rocket Pods, and 4 AGM-65 Mavericks.

------------------------------

Mission Thirty-Five: Fuel for the Fire

Briefing: Enemy aircraft are launching attacks designed to harass our
supply lines.  Your duty is to protect two C-5B Galaxies until they
land.  There are two X-31 EFMs and one M48 Chaparral that start near
the position of the Galaxies; they'll help you fend off the first wave
of attackers, which consists of two Mirage 2000s (one average, one good)
approaching from the northwest and three Mirage IIIs (one average, two
good) approaching from the west.  As you approach nav Bravo, you may
have to engage three more Mirage IIIs (one average, two good).  There
are also three Rafale Cs (one average, two good) and four F-5E Tigers
(one average, three good) headed towards Nav Charlie, but they probably
won't get there before the Galaxies have landed.

Loadout: F-22 Raptor with 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs and 4 AIM-9X Sidewinders.

------------------------------

Mission Thirty-Six: Left Hook

Briefing: Due to our efforts at destroying their logistical support,
many rebel units are finding themselves without fuel.  You are to
assist in this effort.  Use the F-117's stealth to penetrate rebel
lines and destroy four fuel tanks at Nav Bravo.  I hope you're good
at stealth runs by now, because there are LOTS of fighters in the
area protecting their fuel supply, including six F-16 Falcons,
three Rafale Cs, three F-5E Tigers, and five Mirage 2000s, all with
expert crews.

Loadout: F-117 with two GBU-27 Paveway III bombs.

------------------------------

Mission Thirty-Seven: Sheik 'N' Bake

Briefing: The UN forces have pushed to the edge of Cairo.  You are to
make a combat sweep over two airfields and destroy any rebel aircraft
you find.  There are two F-16 Falcons (one average, one good) that will
probably spot you before you reach the first airfield.  At the airfield,
there will be five Rafale Cs (average).  If you dealt with the F-16s
quickly, these five planes will still be on the ground.  Enroute to
the second airfield at Nav Charlie, two more Rafale Cs (average) may
engage you.  Over the second airfield, there is one Gazelle (good), and
you will find two Mirage 2000s, two F-4D Phantoms, and one F-5E Tiger
(all average).  By this point, these five aircraft should be on the
ground or getting ready for takeoff.  One or two may be in the air.
The group of five Rafale Cs at the first airport and the M2000s, F-4Ds,
and F-5E Tiger are your mission targets.  You get two wingmen in this
mission.

Loadout: The X-31 ASTOVL is the default aircraft, but I prefer the F-22.
I also used the Guns Only "cheat" for this mission, just to get the
Medal of Honor.

------------------------------

Mission Thirty-Eight: Snapshots

Briefing: The UN has taken downtown Cairo, but some fighting is still
going on in outer districts.  The rebels are seeking refuge in the
rural countryside.  Some rebel aircraft have redeployed to a partially
destroyed airbase at Luxor.  Perform a combat sweep and take out enemy
aircraft in the area.  Your mission targets consist of three F-5E Tigers
(good) which you should spot enroute to Nav Alpha, three F-4D Phantoms
(good) near Nav Charlie, and three Mirage IIIs (good) near Nav Delta.
There are other aircraft out there, however; three Rafale Cs and three
more F-5E Tigers (all good) are headed northeast from the airbase at
Luxor, and two good Mirage 2000s from the airbase will be patrolling
near Nav Delta by the time you get there.  Depending on how quickly
you deal with the mission targets, you may not have to worry about
many of the other aircraft.

Loadout: F-22 with 4 AIM-9X Sidewinders and 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs.

------------------------------

Mission Thirty-Nine: Last Call

Briefing: The remainder of the rebel forces are retreating into the
desert, where they are trying to regroup.  Your job is to help smash
the last of the tanks being operated by the rebels.  At Nav Bravo,
there are three M-113s, two M-2 Bradleys, and five M-1 Abrams.  These
are your mission targets.  There are also two ZSU-23-4 AAA guns with
average crews, one Crotale SAM (good) and one M48 Chaparral (average)
protecting the tanks.

You have lots of help in this mission.  There are only ten rebel
aircraft in this mission, total, and six of them will be taken out
by the four F-16s headed for Nav Alpha.  As soon as you take off,
turn southwest, arm your AMRAAMs, and engage the two F-16s that are
trying to make a ground attack.  Once they're finished, turn towards
Nav Alpha and slow to about 50% throttle.  Target one of the F-16s
and watch as he engages the two Rafales taking off from the airfield,
then the four F-5s coming from the south.  Target one of the Gazelles
and when you're about 12 miles out, order your wingman to engage
(Alt-E).  After he launches the missile, switch to the other Gazelle
and give him the order to engage again (Alt-E).  With any luck, his
two AMRAAMs should take both Gazelles out.  Otherwise, the two of you
will have to close within six miles and take them on with your
Sidewinders and/or guns.

Over Nav Bravo, very carefully target one M-113 and order your wingman
to attack it.  As soon as he launches a missile, tell him to disengage.
Repeat the process with the other two M-113s.  I know the M-113s are
only APCs, but they have that machine gun that can do considerable
damage.  Hopefully he will take out all three M-113s with three of his
Mavericks.  Then target one of the M-1s or M-2s and order him to just
attack tanks.  Meanwhile, take out the two ZSU-23-4s with your guns
or LAU-61 rocket pods.  Save your Mavericks for M-1s and M-2s.
Hopefully you've practiced using the rocket pods in the single
missions, because even with the help of the friendly M-1s coming from
the north, you'll probably have to soften one or two tanks with your
rocket pods and/or cannon.  If you complete the mission, you receive
the Air Force Commendation.

Loadout: X-32 ASTOVL with 2 AIM-9X Sidewinders, 2 AIM-120 AMRAAMs,
4 LAU-61 Rocket Pods, and 4 AGM-65 Mavericks.

------------------------------

Mission Forty: Homecoming

Briefing: The rebel army has practically ceased to exist.  A C-17
Globemaster is carrying Egyptian dignitaries to negotiate a peace
treaty.  You must make sure it lands safely at Nav Bravo.  The few
remaining rebel aircraft will try to destroy the C-17.  First up is
three Rafale Cs, followed by three F-5E Tigers.  As you get closer
to Nav Bravo, you will face three F-16A Falcons, then two Mirage
2000s.  All enemy pilots have Good crews.  If you successfully
complete this mission, you will receive the Air Force Expeditionary
Medal.

Loadout: F-22 Raptor with 4 AIM-9X Sidewinders and 4 AIM-120 AMRAAMs.
It is also possible to finish this mission with guns only.

------------------------------
A note on awards:
------------------------------
There are ten possible awards that I know of in Jane's ATF, and one
of them (the Purple Heart) can be awarded up to three times.  One
medal (the Silver Star) is not available in the Egypt campaign, and
one of them (the Air Force Cross) is highly unlikely.  Here's the
list of medals you can achieve

1.  Air Force Achievement.  You and your wingman must each down at
    least three planes (or three fighters and three bombers each?
    The Official Guide to Jane's ATF contradicts itself on this award)
    in the same mission.
2.  Air Force Medal of Honor.  Down ten fighters in one mission using
    guns only.  (You don't have to use the "Guns Only" cheat to get
    this award... but it helps!)
3.  Air Force Cross.  Awarded after you destroy at least 100 structures
    in the campaign.
4.  Air Medal.  Awarded after the mission in which you down your 15th
    fighter in the campaign.
5.  Air Force Distinguished Service.  Awarded after you've downed
    your 30th plane in the campaign.
6.  Air Force Distinguished Flying Cross.  Awarded after you've downed
    your 45th plane in the campaign.
7.  Air Force Commendation.  Awarded after you finish Egypt Mission 39
    successfully.
8.  Air Force Expeditionary.  Awarded after you successfully finish
    Mission 40 of Egypt Mission 40.
9.  Purple Heart.  Awarded after any mission in which you see the
    message "You've been hit" or "You are about to die from your
    wounds".  Can be awarded up to three times.

------------------------------
A note on promotions:
------------------------------
There are five ranks in Jane's ATF.  The highest rank is Lieutenant
Colonel.  When you are promoted depends on how many fighter/bomber
kills you and your wingman have (total).  You start each campaign
as a 2nd Lieutenant.

# kills     1st Lt.     Captain       Major      Lt. Colonel
=======    =========   ==========   ==========   ===========
60+                    Mission 12   Mission 22   Mission 32
50+                    Mission 13   Mission 23   Mission 33
40+        Mission 5   Mission 14   Mission 24   Mission 34
30+        Mission 6   Mission 15   Mission 25   Mission 35
20+        Mission 7   Mission 16   Mission 26   Mission 36
10+        Mission 8   Mission 17   Mission 27   Mission 37
otherwise  Mission 9   Mission 18   Mission 28   Mission 38

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