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  • #16
    The 19th NEW Indochine Campaign Scenario

    Coco Crispies

    Bay of Bengal / Myanmar / W Indonesia;

    Coco (Keeling) Islands:


    Indian and Indonesian naval forces have landed a sizable force on the Cocos (Keeling) Islands. All communication is severed with the Australian mainland, and work has begun on expanding the air facilities. These strategically positioned outposts will prove invaluable to the Indochine Alliance. They can disrupt shipping throughout all of the East Indian Ocean.

    Two multi-national submarine squadrons are tasked with getting SpecOps on the islands for intel; and upon completion, they are invited to fire off some cruise missiles as a parting gift to disrupt the Indochine construction.

    Author: Alan Caso

    This is the ninteenth scenario written for ANW and HUE using the customized CasoDB. The scenario and database are bundled within the PlayersDB installation file due to its phenomenal popularity and ease of use.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Herman Hum View Post
      I think that Mark David sums up the MNO scenario community efforts best as, "Seal Clubbing".



      If you think that a fun game is sailing your modern carrier battle group up to some third-world country (without either an air force or navy) and then bombing it back to the Stone Age, then MNO is definitely the right game for you. The rest of the world probably wants something more challenging and realistic, like Angry Birds.
      Don't hold back Herman. Tell us what you really think.

      LOL
      "Put guards on all the roads, and don't let the men run to the rear."
      Major General John Buford's final words on his deathbed.

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      • #18
        The 20th NEW Indochine Campaign Scenario

        Operation McHale

        S. Central and Central Pacific/Solomons:
        Coral Sea:

        The US, French and Australian navies conduct a joint invasion to take back New Caledonia and Vanuatu. These Indochine bases provide a southern buffer for the enemy's large force concentration north, in the Solomons.

        Due to this proximity, any Allied offensive operation aimed at driving north into New Guinea, the Coral Sea and the Solomons could prove to be a dangerous gambit while a well-supplied and determined enemy based in New Caledonia and Vanuatu threaten the Allied flank. Additionally, these air bases and ports are heavily defended by extensive air and surface forces.

        Having said that, the necessity of neutralizing these bases outweighs the risks involved. It's a green light for Operation McHale.

        Author: Alan Caso

        This is the twentieth scenario written for ANW and HUE using the customized CasoDB. The scenario and database are bundled within the PlayersDB installation file due to its phenomenal popularity and ease of use.

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        • #19
          Indochine Campaign

          The 21st NEW Indochine Campaign Scenario

          Operation Pegleg

          Southwest and Central Pacific:
          Papua/New Guinea/East Australia:

          The Coral Sea:

          As the Allies find success in liberating New Caledonia and Vanuatu, they now feel their eastern flank is secure enough to enable a commencement of offensive operations against enemy forces in New Guinea. Additionally, Townsville and Mackay have managed to remain intact as operable air bases after months of withering bombing raids by Indochine air forces out of Rabaul, Honiara and Port Moresby.

          It is therefore determined by Allied Command that any operation to take New Guinea must start with an invasion of Port Moresby, and it must take place now. A major cyclone is predicted to hit the Coral Sea in about 72 hours. If we can neutralize enemy forces at Port Moresby and Samarai, land our forces and supplies, and secure a beachhead in 24 hours, that will allow enough time to withdraw all naval assets back to the northern coast of Australia and be secure before the storm hits.
          If we cannot achieve this and have to postpone the invasion until a later date, there is every possibility that the enemy with have reinforced these bases, making the success of a future landing dubious.

          Australian, British and American forces, assembled from several points along the Australian east coast, meet up and head through the Coral Sea towards the Gulf of Papua against a determined defense from Indochine air, surface and subsurface forces.

          Author: Alan Caso

          This is the twenty first scenario written for ANW and HUE using the customized CasoDB. The scenario and database are bundled within the PlayersDB installation file due to its phenomenal popularity and ease of use.

          Harpoon3.6.3 users can get the Complete PlayersDB Harpoon 3.6.3 Library
          Harpoon ANW users can get the Complete PlayersDB Harpoon ANW Library
          Harpoon HUE users can get the Complete PlayersDB Harpoon HUE Library

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          • #20
            The 22nd NEW Indochine Campaign Scenario

            Cat and Mouse

            Southwest Asia:
            The Mideast:

            Arabian Sea and the Persian Gulf:

            Iran and India begin a series of attacks on the Pakistani coastline in an attempt to keep US forces busy in the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Sea - and away from Indochine activity at Diego Garcia and the Seychelles. It is a calculated gamble to harass neutral Pakistan without pushing them into entering the war on the Allied side.

            For the Pakistanis, it is not desirable to start hostilities with it's neighbor, India. The nuclear option is simply too unthinkable an alternative. They can only respond in a defensive manner while hoping that US forces in the area will "volunteer" their aid. The alternative would be to formally ask the Allies for assistance, and that would break their neutrality and thus devolve them into a war of which they want no part.

            This is precisely what the ranking Indochine planners are counting on - to keep the Allies tied up in the west Indian Ocean by playing this dangerous game of cat and mouse.

            Author: Alan Caso

            This is the twenty second scenario written for ANW and HUE using the customized CasoDB. The scenario and database are bundled within the PlayersDB installation file due to its phenomenal popularity and ease of use.

            Harpoon3.6.3 users can get the Complete PlayersDB Harpoon 3.6.3 Library
            Harpoon ANW users can get the Complete PlayersDB Harpoon ANW Library
            Harpoon HUE users can get the Complete PlayersDB Harpoon HUE Library

            "Harpoon for Dummies" channel

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            • #21
              Does the Naval Academy still let midshipmen train on that simulator?

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              • #22
                I do not know about the USNA, but I know that the Colombian Naval Academy had a few copies of the Harpoon commercial version kicking around, when I went to visit them. I was also told that they purchased the professional edition, but do not know how they intended to use it.
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                3) Enjoy sharing it
                4) Enjoy helping others create them

                The PlayersDB - The Harpoon Community's #1 Choice.

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                • #23
                  The 23nd NEW Indochine Campaign Scenario

                  Incan Blood


                  Western Hemisphere;
                  South America, Northern Coast of Chile:


                  As tensions begin to increase between rival factions in South America, even the smallest actions can bring on the strongest reactions. Nowhere on this continent is it more applicable than between Chile and Peru - two countries with a long and complicated history.

                  The two countries were at one time very strong allies. Chile aided Peru in the Peruvian War of Independence. Later, Chile helped reunite North and South Peru in the War of Confederation.

                  It was during the War of the Pacific, where Chile and Bolivia began a conflict over taxes levied on Chilean mines in the northern area around the then Bolivian coastal city of Antofagasta, that a rift began between Peru and Chile. A secret defense pact with Bolivia drew Peru into conflict with their former ally, and it all ended with Chile winning the day. Bolivia lost its coastline, becoming landlocked; and Peru lost a friend.

                  Even today this area remains a hotly contested area, as each of these countries have chosen opposite sides in this present day conflict. Ecuador, being a fellow client state of the Indochine Alliance, has joined Peru in its endeavors. Bolivia remains neutral but sources confirm it is rife with enemy agents

                  Author: Alan Caso

                  This is the twenty third scenario written for ANW and HUE using the customized CasoDB. The scenario and database are bundled within the PlayersDB installation file due to its phenomenal popularity and ease of use.

                  Harpoon3.6.3 users can get the Complete PlayersDB Harpoon 3.6.3 Library
                  Harpoon ANW users can get the Complete PlayersDB Harpoon ANW Library
                  Harpoon HUE users can get the Complete PlayersDB Harpoon HUE Library

                  "Harpoon for Dummies" channel

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